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Unread postPosted: Wed May 30, 2012 6:21 pm 
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Frank Zappa.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQQdYokbp4E

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BWV 988 (Goldberg Variations) - performed by GLENN GOULD (both 1955 and 1981)
BWV 1080 (Die Kunst der Fuge)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQQdYokbp4E

Yes, I know they are posers.

Actually, ELP's "Pictures at an exhibition" [on the MFSL label; original recorded live on March 26, 1971 at Newcastle City Hall] is not so bad. In fact, MFSL had some of the best sounding vinyls there were [I have about 40 of them].

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From the sublime: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmgAjkxq4Gc (Danny Gatton "Sleepwalk"). :mrgreen:

To the ridiculous: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmgjiUTFs3w (Teisco Del Rey, "King of the Guitorgan"). :lol:

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I really like these guys, I have both of their albums... witty lyrics* and laid back guitar on the upbeat. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4RMnOdM ... e=youtu.be
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Monks_(UK_band)


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wrong sublime http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTCyZvb2Uzw


*e.g. "nice legs, shame about her face", et al

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Joe King Carrasco the Crowns.

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way exhausted these days, when i get back home i only want to hear either the "köln concert" or "jasmine" by jarret/haden.

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Dick Dale and the Del Tones. "Misuru".

hamei sends me some crazy rock'n'roll and i get a 5min dream of being on vacation, surf's up

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Louis Armstrong - Mack The Knife (Theme From Three Penny Opera)

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fu wrote:
"köln concert"


Sure. Was there in January '75. One of the greatest concerts I've ever attended [part1/ second half is simply gorgeous]. Have it on my iPod for listening on the road. Like his solo stuff more than others, though - his Scala concert was a bit of a let-down, however...

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 Post subject: Re: Music?
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"jasmine"

Despite "I'm gonna laugh you right out of my life", the perfect love-making background. Also, his "The Melody At Night, With You" is rather suitable as well :-)

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Oskar45 wrote:
Sure. Was there in January '75.

ah! lucky you. i'm happy to discover a melody built with 5 notes, jarret creates a whole universe out of 5 notes :) . i prefer his american quartet and most of his solo works.

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the perfect love-making background.

that's what jarret says/writes about it. the blissfull part in my case right now is that these 2 works make up the only thing that untrips me these days. i'm working on a difficult performance in an ancient theatre and i have to finalcut the score/soundtrack soon.

syb, check out karen, the girl next library

smj, i think you're gonna dig the bad plus

sky, cooked any grooves out of your studio?


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I was hesitant to put anything along this thread because I hear so many music styles that I would not where start...

...anyway, and I don't know if anyone else mentioned the band along this thread, but when you talk about vintage pop/soft/symphonic rock you can't forget Supertramp!

Breakfast In America
Fools Overture
School
The Logical Song

...being four of my preferred songs! :)

And by the way, Roger Hodgson seems to be one of the very few musicians that can sound better into live recording than into studio recording. No matter if you hear CD or vynils... this guy can put your speakers under heavy stress and pretty much reset all your neural connections! No matter how many times you can upgrade your sound system, you'll always hear layers above layers of new sounds.

Alan Parsons, Jean Michel Jarre, Pink Floyd, Supertramp... you name it! :)

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fu wrote:
hamei sends me some crazy rock'n'roll and i get a 5min dream of being on vacation ...

Hank on there, Sloopy, there's more where that came from :P


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I was browsing the bands/songs suggested above, and I discovered I ignored most part of them for years and they are indeed sublime... very nice, time to renew my playlist. Thank you guys. Really.

EDIT: "sublime" as in adjective, but also as in band... :)

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Okay, it seems that "Sublime" and "The Monks" won another fan here after all, so I'm open to hear more along the lines of this music genre! :) ...where to follow?

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