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Currently Playing

Posted: 25 Apr 2003 10:18
by JaS
White Stripes mostly, with a bit of Belgian new beat thrown in for good measure.


Re: currently playing

Posted: 25 Apr 2003 13:43
by Johnny_Tightlips
been listening to alot of Psychedelic Furs lately. also some Atari Teenage Riot, Bad Religion, AC/DC, and Temptations. nothing that's newly released though, except for NOFX's "Regaining Unconciousness" EP.

Re: currently playing

Posted: 27 Apr 2003 23:52
by euclid
Blue Oyster Cult - Blue Oyster Cult & Secret Treaties, AC/DC - Let There Be Rock, Jimmy Smith - The Cat, and part of Affinty - Affinity.

Liesbeth List

Posted: 28 Apr 2003 00:33
by JaS
After dragging out Pixies 'Doolittle' for yet another airing I had my first listen to the Lisbeth List 'Zingt Jaques Brel' album. It caught my eye when I was visiting my partners parents, along with a wonderful Mireille lp. I've heard some excellent english translations of Brel but this is really different - Brel Dutch Style! I'm gonna have to give this back but I'm definately going to hunt down a copy for myself, its worth it just for the beautiful rendition of Laat me niet alleen (If you go away). Superb. Cheers JaS  

Re: currently playing

Posted: 28 Apr 2003 19:04
by Tawe
I´ve been mad about funk music almost one year now. My vinyls are new reissues and used ones (mint), some of them are 180g pressings. James Brown: Payback, Sex Machine (live), There It Is; Graham Central Station: Graham Central Station, Release Yourself; Skull Snaps; Parliament: Mothership Connection; Funkentelency vs. Placebo System, Motor Booty Affair, Funkadelic: Maggot Brain; Curtis Mayfield; Isaac Hayes... Now I´m waiting for Betty Davis: Nasty Gal LP to come to my dealer... It´s maybe friday. Nam!

Re: currently playing

Posted: 28 Apr 2003 19:58
by Ambient Housewife
Alison Moyet and just finished 'On Land' by Brian Eno - sublime! 8)

Re: currently playing

Posted: 01 May 2003 08:40
by euclid
The last few night's records: Soulful Strut -- Young Holt Unlimited (musically disappointing) Machine Head (Stereo (I have in CD4 and SQ also)) -- Deep Purple - Kicks ass! 461 Ocean Boulevard (Stereo (I have in CD4 also))  -- Eric Clapton -- yummy! The Complete Tommy Dorsey Vol 2 1936 -- Tommy Dorsey  -- 1977 issue of 1936 material -- great! Next: The Who by Numbers -- The Who Earlier Today at the Wendsday old jazz sessions at work : A variety of old jazz, swing, and show tunes (via cassette - sometimes the quality content outweighs the audio quality!) Fat Cat and the Manassas Festival Jazzers -- Cd from the original tapes that i recorded in 1975 for WGTB-FM Washington, DC. -- I can burn a high quality CD. I don't have a record lathe.

Re: currently playing

Posted: 16 May 2003 15:53
by -Linus-
Alexander Zemelinsky, The Mermaid, RSO Berlin Riccardo Chailly (For those who like classical music) -Linus-

Re: currently playing

Posted: 12 Jun 2003 13:10
by garre1968
Best album bought in the last weeks is Daniel Lanois' Shine: it is becoming a masterpiece in my collection. Anyway recently i also cleaned from dust some Jon Hassell albums (i saw a concert of Jon in Milan) and Philip Glass works: i bought the soundtrack of Naqoyqatsi and, even if it is not so impressive like Koyaanisqatsi, it is a beautiful album which recalls the best Glass of the eighties. Bye

Shawn Mullins

Posted: 20 Sep 2003 17:53
by Ses
Soul's Core
first new recording i have enjoyed for a long time ....
twin rocks is my fave track...

ps nice to meet you all

New Order - Closer

Posted: 21 Sep 2003 19:31
by JaS
New Order - Movement

This never seems to lose its impact, its hard to believe this has been around 22 years.


Posted: 30 Sep 2003 13:11
by Piotr
Lightnin' Hopkins - Live at the Bird Lounge

Probably one of the best blues albums ever...marvellous blues

Midnight Oil - Diesel and Dust

Posted: 09 Oct 2003 18:54
by JaS
Midnight Oil - Diesel and Dust

I didn't realise I still had this; it belongs to an ex-girlfriend from long ago! Aussie political songs with good tunes and lyrics that don't make you wince (chumbawumba anyone?). I played this to death at the time but never grew tired of it.


Posted: 28 Oct 2003 16:27
by psrobert

Joe Pass: "Portraits of Ellington"
Joe Pass and Herb Ellis: "Two for the Road"

Art Pepper: "The Intimate Art Pepper"

White Stripes: "Elephant"


The Hives: "Veni Vidi Vicious"

Images and reflexions

Posted: 11 Nov 2003 12:43
by Marcos
Recently i have been reviving my Mike Oldfield albums.

They sound so much better in vinyl...they are warm.
Especially the LP Crises, and Ommadawn.

And also OMD and Electronic.