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I can't even play any Chris Cornell right now.... I'm numb. 

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I can't even play any Chris Cornell right now.... I'm numb. 

Play some, and you won't feel numb any more... Music is simply sound which stirs emotion [emoji111] Wish there was a "metal hands" emoji...

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4 minutes ago, Wiffle said:


Play some, and you won't feel numb any more... Music is simply sound which stirs emotion emoji111.png Wish there was a "metal hands" emoji...

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Too true! \m/ 

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1 hour ago, Jakeyb77 said:

I can't even play any Chris Cornell right now.... I'm numb. 

 

 

Now is the time to play some Jakeyboy...  ;)

 

Audioslave for me, just finishing Out Of Exile, then will move to a Chris Cornell playlist on Spotify to mix it up...

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1 hour ago, Jakeyb77 said:

I can't even play any Chris Cornell right now.... I'm numb. 

I was/am a massive fan of Chris Cornell. I hadn't heard the news and just googled after I read your post. In my opinion one of the greatest vocalists of all time.

 

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10 hours ago, Alfred Hayes said:

I was/am a massive fan of Chris Cornell. I hadn't heard the news and just googled after I read your post. In my opinion one of the greatest vocalists of all time.

 

I agree, my mate and I had this conversation a while back and both agreed he had one of the best rock voices of all time....his unplugged stuff is just outstanding.....a massive loss to the music industry.

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Hi All

 

                        London Undersound - Nitin Sawhney                                                                        Paul Simon - Graceland                      

 

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Superunknown today.

 

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It's been a long time since I've played this. Y'know, this is a very good band indeed. Even the throwaways have depth, melody or arrangements enough to hold interest throughout.

 

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Guest BobbyD

This is going to get a listen tonight having just arrived......thanks for the tip @guru

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My Spotify playlist that I'm  building to deliver tastiness to the ear holes. Forget 'Barbados' though, not that yummy.

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First spin tonight, Malcolm John "Mac" Rebennack aka Dr John!
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White Lion MQA on Tidal.

Some of the best guitar work you'll ever here but jury is still out on MQA, man it's bloody LOUD.

 

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NAH, it took me a whole 2 minutes to turn that off and go back to the normal version, so loud it's unbearable.

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This is a much better example of MQA. This is impressive.

 

 

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1 hour ago, ollie_08 said:

First spin tonight, Malcolm John "Mac" Rebennack aka Dr John!
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You'll love the Mick Jagger and EC cameos, not to mention the Memphis Horns et al......

 

cheers

 

mick

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Was listening to Gris Gris yesterday. He's not the juju man, his career path shows that, but I keep wanting him to walk on gilded splinters.

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Was listening to this last week via Apple music. Found it in a Hobart record store so grabbed it.

I liked the melodies and the songs but didn't have high hopes on the recording quality.

Mudcrutch is Tom Petty and one of his first bands (some went into Heartbreakers)

Well i was pleasantly surprised. And when you look at the credits i can see why.

Great analogue sound and not at all compressed (which i assumed Tom would be).

Great album

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On 05/05/2017 at 6:46 PM, jazzdog@groovemasters said:

The Tremeloes Reach Out For The Tremeloes MFP 1973 Australia. Spinning on the TT I found in an op shop on the way home! Yes it works!

 

Cowboy's lament Gordon McRae WRC T334 UK, Release date, who knows when & who even cares.... Has to be 200g+ wt vinyl, but not my cup of tea, sounds like a country version of Dean Martin X John McCormack....

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Googled Gordon

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I was 19 when this came out

and 20 21 22 23 as it seeped into my consciousness 

for surfers at that time it rivalled Neil Young and Astral Weeks for listening to rolling down the road looking for waves and smoking your way into enlightenment 

so to speak

but I haven't listened to it for over 20 years because of the Salman Rushdie stuff

bought it last week in Brisbane for 10 bucks

and glad I did

sure sounds good my stereo sounds a bit better than portable car cassette players and 20 dollar turntables

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A give this flag quite frequently, for the simple reason, it is brilliant and holds up so well.

Live in the studio, with Rob doing a few minor guitar touch ups. It sounds so full, rich and alive - 1973 vintage Aussie instrumental music.

The band reputedly did not like it, but had only one go at it.  I think they underestimate its uniqueness. On the decent Hifi systems of today, this leaps out of the boxes.

The live set was never meant to be released, Gudinskiburger doing the dirty after Rob had taken off overseas.

So glad it was recorded. I was at this concert. 

Billy.

 

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@Zen Mister          I was at this concert. 

 

 

You had hair, were wearing flares (or were they still called bell bottoms then?),everyone was like kinda stoned or sipping southern comfort and ...

 

Yooth, your yooth was on display and the night was late.

 

Yo Billy

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@Luc, Yo right back at ya - why does this not surprise me. A gentleman of taste and discernment.

Levi 501s , white Tee , hair half way down my back, definite Southern Comfort buzz, ( or Friends of Janis as I like to think of it), five rows back. Bliss. Historical proof now unattacheda if you missed it, you missed it. 

Billy.

 

 

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