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The Pagemeister, November 20, 2007 in Other Bands / Music
Another 12 hour day at work...first batch of discs in the 5-disc CD Carousel:
1. Judy Garland "A Star Is Born" Original Soundtrack
2. Jethro Tull "Thick As A Brick"
3. Bernard Hermann "Vertigo" Original Soundtrack
4. June Christy "Something Cool"
5. Jethro Tull "Stand Up"
Next batch on the carousel...
1. Led Zeppelin III deluxe bonus disc
2. Donovan's Greatest Hits
3. Elton John "Honky Cat Château"
4. Bob Dylan "Blood on the Tracks"
5. PJ Harvey "Let England Shake"
Bauhaus - The Sky's Gone Out
America…..Horse with no name….Love it!
Bread…..Essential Bread a must have in anybody's collection, great harmonies and songs, real heart tuggers some of em'
Nina Simone…..Queen of female vocalists
Ella Fitzgerald….well enuff said
The Widowbirds…Shenandoa (first album…fantastic aussie toonz)
The Tea Party…..serious band to discover, early albums great…Edges of Twilight my fave
Bellamy Brothers……Let your Love Flow, wish I could write song like that and sing
The Doors…gotta love them four
The Byrds…..first time seeking them out
The Kinks…..part of my 60's sounding bands
Jethro Tull…..Luv the Tull
Since my Zeppelin awakening way back in 1982, have decided to give them a break and explore other great artists I neglected due to the power they held over me for so long, don't be perturbed they are the kings, just need to enjoy other great artists, thats the power of Zeppelin I guess, been looking for new music but they're ain't to many great artists these days, so gotta go back to the greats of the past!
On a live album kick at work today...
1. Duke Ellington "Complete Ellington at Newport '56" 2 CD set
2. Julie London "In Person: Julie London at the Americana" - Live at the Americana Hotel, NYC 1964
3. Hugh Masekela "The Lasting Impressions of Ooga Booga" - Live at the Village Gate 1965
4. James Brown "Love Power Peace: Live at the Olympia, Paris 1971"
Today is dedicated to live albums recorded at Carnegie Hall...
1. Benny Goodman "The Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert"
2. Judy Garland "Judy at Carnegie Hall: Fortieth Anniversary Edition"
3. Miles Davis "Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall"
4. Dave Brubeck "The Dave Brubeck Quartet at Carnegie Hall"
5. Nina Simone "At Carnegie Hall"
6. Stevie Ray Vaughan "Live at Carnegie Hall"
The greatest T-Rex song I have ever heard, it is one of those songs that lifts my spirits and gets me happy
This is another Glam band that has been more or less forgotten and is never played on the radio. this is another of my fav songs by the band:
For my Australian friends on the Zep forum, this is one of those classic songs that you don't get to hear on radio in Canada or America much anymore because they are busy playing the Eagles...
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