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Ian McP

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  1. Jazz: Currently Spinning

    Interesting live jazz label http://www.promising-music.com http://www.promising-music.com/artists many from Radio Bremen archives regards Ian
  2. Blues Currently Spinning

    Snakefinger Who? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snakefinger https://www.discogs.com/artist/142962-Snakefinger https://www.discogs.com/Snakefinger-Snakefingers-History-Of-The-Blues-Live-In-Europe/master/622807 Wow! Just discovered this was rereleased with extra tracks in 2013! https://www.amazon.com/Snakefingers-History-Blues-Live-Europe/dp/B00EJYGLXS < This is an album that will surprise die-hard experimentalists, delight blues aficionados, illuminate newcomers, and please just about anyone with a pair of ears. In 1983, Philip “Snakefinger” Lithman was in the middle of a promising career as the go-to guitar player for all things weird. His totally original helter-skelter guitar lines graced many of the records released up to that time by the eyeball-headed Residents as well as a few albums under his own name, and he was collaborating with artists as diverse as The Mutants and ex-Captain Beefheart keyboardist Eric Drew Feldman. In his liner notes to the original vinyl release (newly expanded by promising music to include nine previously unreleased cuts) he bemoans “…our present situation, where technology is art and the artist just the poor slob that pushes the buttons” and calls our attention to the blues: “Music full of the life force, that stands on its own, crude and powerful, and played by musicians, not mechanics.” The blues was Lithman’s first love, and the lessons he learned from masters like Robert Johnson, Buddy Guy, and the three Kings (Freddie, Albert, and B.B.) always informed all his work, no matter how outside he may have taken it. Every note he played dripped feeling as well as technique, tradition as well as originality. > and here it is! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nChsRC4wuc
  3. World Music: Currently Spinning

    full Womadelaide lineup just announced! www.womadelaide.com.au regards Ian
  4. Talking .....Paul Kelly

    Great show indeed, many a song brought a tear to my eye. Vicka's vocals on Sweet Guy absolutely spine tingling! at 1:28 in http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/paul-kelly-live-at-sydney-opera-house/FA1701H001S00#playing regards Ian
  5. that mid range dome is a Philips AD 02161/SQ8, reckon they could be ETI Project 4000 < Tweeter AD 01610/t8 3000 hz Mid range AD 02161/sq8 750 hz Mid woofer AD 70601/w8 150 hz Woofer AD 12250/w8 > regards Ian
  6. music labs. Melbourne made amplifier.

    Mat, had the pleasure of listening to Jon's new combo in four channel guise running his Linkwitz active four ways last week. I was very impressed. Had a peek inside his pre and power amp, super neat, superb level of construction! regards Ian
  7. The Song Game Mk III

    Kid Creole and the Coconuts, one of their best live shows, London 1983
  8. The Skin I Live In soundtrack https://www.amazon.com/Skin-Original-Motion-Picture-Soundtrack/dp/B005TQKFXC the bass slam and sheer dynamics on the track El Asalto Del Hombre Tigre have to be heard to be believed! here's the full track: Trentmoller: The Last Resort https://www.amazon.com/Last-Resort-TRENTEMOLLER/dp/B000HIVSH4/ref=tmm_acd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1510882680&sr=1-1-mp3-albums-bar-strip-0 Dubtrain: Umberto Echo https://www.discogs.com/Umberto-Echo-Dubtrain/release/2700830 regards Ian
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