Not heard much, but not forgotten (an audio game)

Discussion in 'Music' started by Lee Scoggins, May 17, 2003.

  1. Lee Scoggins

    Lee Scoggins Producer

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    I thought it might be fun to get members' choices for not totally obscure music that does not get much radio play but would be great to hear in high resolution.

    I will start by offering up two very different choices:

    Ice Cream Man by Van Halen - this just rocks!

    Sample in a Jar by Phish - great guitar lines!

    What songs would you like to see in hirez that may get overlooked by modern radio stations? (please say why if you like)
     
  2. Brian L

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    Snortin' Wiskey - Pat Travers Band

    That was a pretty well recorded slice of vinyl. They made a point on the liner of saying it was 1/2 speed mastered (I think that was the term) and did not use Dolby...Holy Spinal tap!

    The drums/bass had great slam.

    BGL
     
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    FIRE AND WATER & TONS OF SOBS by Free
    WHERE HAVE I KNOWN YOU & LIGHT AS A FEATHER by Return to Forever
    SCHOOL DAYS by Stanley Clarke
    SURFING WITH THE ALIEN by Joe Satriani
    Boz Scaggs' DOWN TWO THEN LEFT & RETURN TO LIGHT & S/T
    WHITE RABBIT by George Benson
    BLUE MATTER & RAW SIENA & A STEP FURTHER by Savoy Brown
    JUNGLE CAT by Manfredo Fest
    JOHN BARLEYCORN MUST DIE by Traffic
    Jean Luc Ponty's IMAGINARY VOYAGE
    BALLADS by John Coltrane
    Red Hot Chili Peppers S/T
    Dr. John's DESTITIVELY BONNAROO & THE RIGHT PLACE & TANGO PALACE
    Maria Muldaur S/T
    Crazy Horse S/T
    Roy Wood's Wizzard S/T
    Emir Deodato's VERY TOGETHER
    Area Code 615 S/T
    and absolutely anything by the original Dixie Dregs!
     
  4. Lee Scoggins

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    Great suggestions Brian and Rachael...

    Rachael I am not as familiar with some of these but I am intrigued.

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  5. Mike Broadman

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    Any classic albums by Iron Maiden or Dizzy Gillespie. The clear, open guitar/trumpet tones could be served nicely by high-res.
     
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