What are you listening to right now?

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  1. mylan

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    Just picked up Airbourne, a new band that sounds like AC/DC, straight ahead ass kicking rock. I haven't listened to the whole thing but I think we have a winner, also got Buckcherry's new one, Black Butterfly, still in the shrink wrap, highly anticipated!
     
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    You haven't lived until you see them do The Hokey Pokey.
     
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    Blue Rodeo - "Nowhere To Here". Damn, I forgot what a great CD it is.
     
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    Forgive Me (Group1Crew).
     
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    Brahms' Third Racket, as dubbed by Basil Fawlty.
     
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    Not at this very moment, but I've been listening to Lara St John's recording of Bach's Sonatas & Partitas for Solo Violin on my iPod (in Apple Lossless format ripped from the Hybrid SACD)...

    _Man_
     
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    Ra Ra Riot - The Rhumb Line
     
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    After reading about the forthcoming MoFi SACD version of "What's Going On", I popped in Marvin Gaye's Greatest Hits.
     
  9. Ockeghem

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    Impromptu in G-Flat Major (Schubert) (A. Brendl).
     
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    The Barbarian (ELP). I received the Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, Tarkus, Pictures At an Exhibition, Trilogy, and Brain Salad Surgery albums today. One of my closest friends mailed them to me in two days. These remastered CDs sound wonderful. Such great memories. [​IMG]
     
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    Tne Endless Enigma (pt. 1), from Trilogy (ELP).
     
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    Louie Bellson Orchestra; I Can't give You Anything but Love. A surprisingly light version, with lots of solos.
     
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    Nightwish: "End of an Era"
    Nightwish: "Dark Passion Play" (I think "Amaranth" will be my favorite song of 2008).
     
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    "Earth Angel" The Crew Cuts
     
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    Fugue (ELP).
     
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    A Time and a Place, from Tarkus (ELP). Parts of Tarkus (the opening suite) still remind me of Pink Floyd in parts, particularly The Battlefield. What wonderful guitar work. And Aquatarkus is an amazing track as well. [​IMG]
     
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    David Naughton- Makin' It!
    Hey, who said i have taste!
    I didnt know the guy from American Werewolf in London could sing?
    He sung in a Dr. Pepper ad too.
     
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    The Royal Scam by Steely Dan. Aja gets all the kudos but The Scam is very good in it's own right. Many of the musicians/singers/engineers that worked on Aja are also on this one. In fact, Larry Carlton has apparently received high praise for his work on Kid Charlemagne. The Royal Scam is also the first cd I bought. 1987, I think.
     
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    They use that song in MEATBALLS.
    Seems like there was a TV show called Makin' It, that used it as it's theme song....
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    "Needles and Pins" The Searchers
    "No Matter What Shape Your Stomach's in" The T-Bones
     

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