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original copy of the first Dire Straits record. Sounds amazing on vinyl. Dug this out of my old man’s crate of records. Absolutely amazing. 

"Heaven is a big band now..." 😔

9 hours ago, HDGSN said:

VOLUME UP!

 

 

Hard to beat ‘77! ?? 

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An uplifting song by Wolfgang Niedecken of BAP set in New Orleans - "It is what is, cannot change a thing ... "

Sung in the best Cologne regional German slang - love it ?

 

 

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Nice technique, never quite seen someone play with a shoulder rest like that before. But wow, that section of harmonics was impressive and her overall tone was very impressive. 

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Today is Ahmad Jamal’s 90th birthday. Master of holding back— leaving space and always swinging. Here he is from a 1959 performance with audience including Jo Jones, Ben Webster, and jazz critic Nat Hentoff (head bobbing and puffing away). Great time for jazz.

 

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RIP Maestro.

 

This week will be only on your music.

 

 

 

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I have been selling a lot of albums of my younger years.  Some of which has renewed my interest in albums I haven't heard in like 30 years.  This one included.  What a monumental album.   I saw some of their first shows in my area, very powerful.  The album is just as good today. 

 

 

 

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