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Love This Giant

Great album... turned the volume up a bit and I'm loving it. I do think David Byrne added a lot of warmth and humanity to Annie Clark's signature cold, brilliant style of music. I hope they do another album together soon.

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not trying to hide his age at all... 

sing in your pocket and play like you can..  thanks willie...

 

 

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First: 

Always great, Simon & Garfunkel "Wednesday Morning 3 a.m"

 

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Then (About "the Sound of Silence) Disturbed "Immortalized"

 

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IMO I prefer the original Simon & Garfunkel... 

 

Edit: I don't know why but I love listening to Simon & Garfunkel in my old Lambda Pro. Their voices sound wonderful

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Kenny Barron and Dave Holland | Without Deception 

 

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RIP McCoy Tyner. The Coltrane Quartet ❤️.

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in vinyl.... 

 

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Land of Giants, and then a little more McCoy/Bobby collaborations.

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Finally found a good link to the full two-hour Cure set at Glastonbury last year. Obviously highly recommended if you have the time. Imagine having this catalog to rip through? 

 

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Stephen Malkmus - Traditional Techniques

New Pavement it is not, but it is pretty good!

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Bob looks and sound exactly like he did when I visited his studio a decade ago in San Rafael. 

Great to hear Don Was too. I see him around the Monterey Jazz Festival all the time (he's the head of Blue Note Records).

Gotta admit getting goosebumps with Ripple!

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Delightfully weird stage presentation, too bad I can't watch it, will watch later, right now just listening:

RIYL Katatonia (musically)

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Waylon Jennings - Are You Ready For The Country (1976)

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Waylon Jennings - What Goes Around Comes Around (1979)

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^^ literally the first 'concert' I ever attended -- back in my Dukes of Hazzard days..

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