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Old 01-04-2015, 04:13 PM   #43
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Sad for sure, I saw him live back in the day, before he re-located.
'Breeze' is one of our favorite albums.

"..BUT....Tom Waits is my hidden vice and secret musical hero.."



Funny you mention....ACL just re-broadcasted a 1979 performance last Friday, a one-of-a-kind artist for sure.
Did you catch it?

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Old 01-05-2015, 12:12 AM   #44
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Sometimes I need a break from the monks......Girl of the North Country is a favourite. Tom Northcott was a big Vancouver name at one time. He now lives a reclusive life somewhere up the coast.

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Old 01-20-2015, 09:11 AM   #45
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Mariza....o essance de alma.

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Recently have been listening to Handel's Messiah. Great driving music. Listened to it going to/from Harrison, AR last Saturday.

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Old 01-20-2015, 11:52 PM   #47
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Recently have been listening to Handel's Messiah. Great driving music. Listened to it going to/from Harrison, AR last Saturday.


That's the version I had in growing up.

Recommend to you the Charles Mackarras first recording of (as it's known) the Mozart-Hiller edition of Messiah. Remastered around 1987 on Arkiv and features Edith Mathis and Peter Schreier.

Familiarity makes the changes that much more fascinating.
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Enjoyed this music today while traveling down the freeway: Bill Frisell, "Pipeline", from his album, "Guitar in the Space Age", played by San Diego's Jazz 88.3 FM Station.

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Glad to see there are at least a few other classical music fans out there!

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Recently have been listening to Handel's Messiah. Great driving music. Listened to it going to/from Harrison, AR last Saturday.

Back in the 80's when CD's were replacing LP's, this was one of my first searches for music on CD. Growing up, it was on the list of annual Christmas music that was played on the turntable of the Wards Airline stereo... similar to this one (I LOVE vacuum tube stereos!!):


On that same list was the Chipmonks, Dick Leibert, Arthur Fiedler, Nat King Cole, etc. Wasn't really Christmas until those albums were pulled out!
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Now thats familiar....this was new when I was a T-ager.





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when I'm on the road, it's stuff that keeps me movin, mostlt 80's stuff. At camp, Jazz, Blues, instrumental, and big band
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Mariza....o essance de alma.

OMG...that beautiful voice!! Next time I start to sing, someone should just duct tape my mouth shut!!
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This song was written on a road trip, and recorded in my trailer. I almost bought the canned ham in the video. A lot of people who saw the video wanted it as well. The video got hits from 32 countries and 48 states.

http://youtu.be/b1QgHEC0dhA
mandolindave....great video!! I hope we run into you some time on the road. Our music styles would totally click!!
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