What Are You Listening Too // Non-Metal Edition

Discussion in 'Jazz, Acoustic, Classical & Fingerstyle' started by Trespass, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. Trespass

    Trespass AEADGBEA

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    Lets see...

    9 Al Di Meola Albums
    2 Guitar Trio Albums (Meola, McLaughlin, De Lucia)
    4 Albert Collins Albums
    4 Andy McKee Albums
    3 Antoine Dufour Albums (Existence, his new album rocks!)
    1 B.B. King Album (I can't afford to buy anymore :noway:)
    3 David Sanborn Albums (Just purchased this morning, and DAMNIT he's AMAZING!)
    10 Don Ross Albums
    1 Moe Koffman Album (Signed by Moe before he died)
    1 Robert Cray Album (Shame + A Sin. He's hit and miss with me)
    3 Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters Albums (I think he blows away any of the mainsteam bluesmen, really)
    1 Sikth (...)
    3 Trace Bundy Albums

    Yup, this is my current cycle of albums I chose out till I get bored of them. (2-3 months)

    And lastly, in the pic and while I write this, I'm listening to Mastercharge by Albert Collins




    And Sanborn is amazing, Crossfire off of Upfront blows my mind
     
  2. Shannon

    Shannon Lord Super Awesome Contributor

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    As for non-metal, I've been listening to the following lately....

    Allan Holdsworth
    John Zorn's Astronome
    Frank Zappa
    Element of Surprise
    Genesis
    Iceburn
     
  3. jacksonplayer

    jacksonplayer The Fusion Guy! Contributor

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    Some of my more recent acquisitions:

    Lenny White--Venusian Summer
    Miles Davis--The Complete Cellar Door Sessions
    Miles Davis--In Concert: Live at Philharmonic Hall
    John Coltrane--Newport Jazz Festival '63 and '65
    Flora Purim--Encounter
    Weather Report--Live in Tokyo
    Jonas Hellborg--Art Metal
    Sam Rivers--Contours
    Zappa--Hot Rats (had it on LP for years, finally got the CD)
    Zappa--Tinseltown Rebellion

    Geez, no metal in there at all. I must be getting old! :)
     
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    Groff Medicine Chief/RHLC© Contributor

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    DrakkarTyrannis WWSD?

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    Chaka Khan...I'm a huge Chakaholic
     
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    Trespass AEADGBEA

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    To anyone who cares, David Sanborn's stuff is amazing!
     
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    Lenny Kravitz - Are you gunna go my way CD
    Jamiroquai - Synkronized
    The Hush Sound - Goodbye Blues
    Danny Elfman
    Seawolf
    Nicole Atkins and the Sea
    Some local punkish stuff
    And the ever constant Queen
     
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    God Hand Apostle Tin Foil Central

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    Grant Green
    Miles Davis
    Wes Montgomery

    ...and more Holdsworth.
     
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    Thrashmanzac plays in 69/42

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    brett garsed. nuff sed.
     
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    Zepp88 Arktanian Diplomat Contributor

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    Recently, every 'Mode album since Black Celebration.
     
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    I was looking through a stack of cd's and found some Infinite Number of Sounds and a Hitchcock Go Home disc. Very good stuff. INS was based out of ohio, pretty eclectic group. HGH is a french folk rock band. A lot of banjo and les paul action.
     
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    Trespass AEADGBEA

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    I'd be down to be listening to some Brett Garsed. Good albums? I love 'And a Crow Came Out" from that 1998 clip on youtube. What cd is that on.
     
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    Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Django Reinhard, Billie Holiday.
     
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    Non-metal edition:

    Robert Mirabal
    Aretha Franklin
    The Doors :hbang:
    Lene Marlin
    Franz Schubert
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    Dornenreich the album: Hexenwind (i know, they're usually metal but this album is accoustic and it's fuckin' great!!!)
     
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    Stuart Hamm, The Doors, Mammatus,Rodrigo y Gabrielle
     
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    Trespass AEADGBEA

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    I obtained another Di Meola album, Orange and Blue. And honestly, its amazing! As good as Tirami Su, which has that feel but Orange and Blue is more traditional Meola/Fusion sound, with a lot of the elements that later made Tirami Su jamazing!
     
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    jacksonplayer The Fusion Guy! Contributor

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    Lenny White - Venusian Summer

    Flora Purim - Nothing Will Be As It Was...Tomorrow

    Miles Davis - The Complete Cellar Door Sessions

    Alex Machacek/Jeff Sipe/Matthew Garrison - Improvisations

    Have you heard his "Kiss My Axe" album? If not, you really need to get that one. It was the album after Tirami Su and blows it away in every respect.
     
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    not sure what album thats off sorry man, but check out the album "big sky" and anything by uncle moe's space ranch:yesway:
     

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