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Old 08-13-2012, 10:45 PM   #8431 (permalink)
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Lost militant afro-centric funk/jazz/soul gem from the 70's. Rugged stuff right here.
Holy ****. Don't bogart that, pass it over here!
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Old 08-14-2012, 12:25 AM   #8432 (permalink)
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Not exactly an album as its a greatest hits collection but still great to have all of their old hits in one place. Pretty good listen!
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Old 08-14-2012, 02:45 AM   #8433 (permalink)
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very nice jazz-tinged psychedelia
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Old 08-14-2012, 06:04 AM   #8434 (permalink)
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Listening to this one at the moment; can't believe how powerful a singer she still is at 64! Brilliant album, shows she still has it. Helped out by Dave Stewart and even featuring the return of Lindsey!



Three fantastic standouts: "Soldier's angel" (duet with Lindsey), "Moonlight (a Vampire's dream) and the amazing "Italian summer" --- I literally cried.
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Old 08-14-2012, 09:20 AM   #8435 (permalink)
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very nice jazz-tinged psychedelia
Funny story. I took a road trip to Oregon and I saw a sign with "Morrison Hotel" on it. I took a picture and I'm sure I have it somewhere on the internet.
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Funny story. I took a road trip to Oregon and I saw a sign with "Morrison Hotel" on it. I took a picture and I'm sure I have it somewhere on the internet.
well, it is an actual hotel
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well, it is an actual hotel
I am aware of that. My point was, I saw a sign in Oregon as the same sign, wasn't a hotel, just something cool.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:26 AM   #8438 (permalink)
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Madlib - Madvillainy Instrumentals

About time I listened to this. Had it on my hard drive for years.
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Old 08-14-2012, 11:13 AM   #8439 (permalink)
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Right now, this one. First studio Genesis album I ever heard. Got it for my birthday; one of the first albums I ever got. Was a little upset that the version of "Dance on a volcano" ended differently to what I had heard on "Seconds out", but hey, I was just a stupid kid!


Love this album! I know it inside out, can sing it word-for-word (extremely badly) and know all the music. One of the better post-Gabriel albums, where Collins was still keeping to the prog ideal, and Steve Hackett, a sad loss one album later, was still around. Not a single bad track on it, though I used to have less love for "Robbery, assault and battery" than I do now: still my least favourite on the album though. Favourite? Probably "Ripples". Or "Squonk", the first real Genesis track I ever heard via "SO" (apart from "Follow you follow me" of course). Also love "Mad man moon", "Entangled", "Dance on a volcano". And the title track of course. Plus it has a really cool cover...
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