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Evening Folks.

 

Just came across this album tucked away on one of the hard drives...  first listen...

 

Andrew Bird  'Are You Serious'

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Great sounding album.

 

From Wiki...

Andrew Wegman Bird (born July 11, 1973) is an American indie rock multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter. Since 1996, he has released 15 studio albums, as well as several live albums and EPs, spanning various genres including swing music, indie rock, and folk music. He is primarily known for his unique style of violin playing, accompanied by loop and effect pedals, whistling, and voice. In the '90s, he sang and played violin in several jazz ensembles, including Squirrel Nut Zippers and Kevin O'Donnell's Quality Six. He went on to start his own swing ensemble, Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire, which released three albums between 1998 and 2001. Weather Systems (2003) was his first solo album, and a departure from jazz music into indie music.

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Hi All,

 

Brian & Roger Eno with Daniel Lanois, Apollo Atmosphere & Soundtracks

 

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Steely Dan - Alive in America

 

Love Green Earrings on this

 

 

 

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Took 6 weeks to arrive from the Uk (still waiting for 3 Lps ordered at the same time), patience is a virtue (that I sadly lack)

 

 

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Wishbone Ash "The Very Best Live At Geneva" 2013 German pressing (my copy thankfully doesn't have that awful Silver Star logo on the cover!). Actual concert was in 1995 at the 'Heroes Of Rock' festival.

 

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https://www.discogs.com/Wishbone-Ash-The-Very-Best-Of-Live-At-Geneva/release/6151549

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Wishbone Ash "40 Live In London" 2009 German pressing. Great concert (excerpts at least)! Their pioneering twin lead guitar attack was legendary!

 

40th Anniversary Concert - Live In London: Amazon.co.uk: Music

 

Two examples of the joy to be found on this LP (the first one fades out about a minute from the end for some reason!).

 

 

 

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On 20/09/2020 at 12:28 PM, mrbuzzardstubble said:

DJ Krush  Zen.

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I have his Stepping Stones double CD. Luckily for me he has separated the bloody awful American rap he includes on so many tracks from the instrumental ones. I play that disc exclusively and consider that to be worth the cost of the album.

 

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4 minutes ago, Grimmie said:

I have his Stepping Stones double CD. Luckily for me he has separated the bloody awful American rap he includes on so many tracks from the instrumental ones. I play that disc exclusively and consider that to be worth the cost of the album.

 

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Jaku's a pretty good album as is Ki-Oku with Japanese jazz trumpeter Toshinori Kondo.

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44 minutes ago, Grimmie said:

Thanks @mrbuzzardstubble do either have the dreaded gangster rap? I don't seem to mind some older UK rap (I have Tricky, Roots Manouvre, Massive Attack etc.) but almost all from that side of the pond is a huge turn-off.

There's a couple of rap tunes on Jaku and Ki-Oku is jazz.

Aesop Rock on Jaku

Ki-Oku

 

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Loving this album at the moment, great lineup of Artists and songs with high quality production values that really capture the ambience of this concert. 
 

 

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