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What's on your CD player lately ??

GUEST,HiLo 21 Sep 12 - 12:21 PM
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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: GUEST,HiLo
Date: 21 Sep 12 - 12:21 PM

Two Joni Mitchell,Blue and Turbulent Indigo. The Kinks greatest hits. Maddy Prior Seven For Old England..June Tabor Airs and Graces..Ian Bostridge singing Schubert, Sacraficium by Cecelia Bartoli, Faure's Requiem and, as always, Martin Carthy.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Jack Campin
Date: 21 Sep 12 - 10:33 AM

Allan Pettersson: Symphonies 7 and 11 conducted by Leif Segerstam.

I think all the neighbours are out just now.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: GUEST,Jerome Clark
Date: 21 Sep 12 - 09:42 AM

Ry Cooder's "Election Special"

The Dust Busters' "The Old Man Below"

Bob Dylan's "Tempest"

Ronny Elliott's "I've Been Meaning to Write"

Stephen Wade's "Banjo Diary"

Various Artists' "First Came Memphis Minnie" (tribute by Maria Muldaur, Koko Taylor, Rory Block, Bonnie Raitt, and others)


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: GUEST,Banjiman
Date: 21 Sep 12 - 06:21 AM

Honestly?

Some of the raw recordings for the The wife's new album. All trad and all Scottish - Anarchie Gordon, something in Gaelic I can't spell, Banks of Fordie, Slaves Lament (OK Burns not Trad, but lovely all the same) etc, etc. Just her a'cappella or with her guitar (or bouzouki). I think most of the tracks will probably stay like that as well.

Apart from that a stunning album from Lucy Pringle & Chris wright ..... covers pretty much the same territory as above.

Has Wendy been feeding me Tartan Pills I wonder?


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: JHW
Date: 21 Sep 12 - 05:39 AM

In the car a double CD (one at a time) of other people singing Bob Dylan songs in honour of his 70th birthday. Can't say I'm impressed. Only track I've played several times is Its Not Dark Yet sung by a guy with a Wandering Star voice and I keep trying to remember to check who he is. Mostly I'd much rather hear the Dylan original but the car won't even play cassettes never mind 7" reel to reels.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Don Firth
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 06:32 PM

Four slots in the Bose, one in the main unit, three in the CD changer.

All four slots are currently loaded with Baltimore Consort CDs.

Great stuff! I heard them here in Seattle a couple of years ago, and I've heard they're coming back! December 14th, this year, at Seattle's Town Hall.

Don Firth


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: ian268
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 06:14 PM

'Roadside Dreams' by Ribbon Road.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Henry Krinkle
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 05:26 PM

Hank Williams
When God Comes And Gathers His Jewels
(:-( ))=


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: kendall
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 05:14 PM

Michael Black. Wicked good stuff.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 01:04 PM

Ray Hearne
Stefan Grossman
Tony Rose


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: GUEST,Blandiver
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 12:26 PM

We've got 4 CD players on the go just now:

Bedroom - Hesperion XXI : Ostinatos
Kitchen - Miles Davis : Get Up With It
Car - Harry Smith Anthology
Front Room - Clemencic Consort : Troubadours / Cantigas de Santa Maria


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Elmore
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 11:47 AM

The entry just above was me.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: GUEST
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 11:29 AM

Old Ideas by Leonard Cohen, and Rev. Gary Davis Live at Newport. I love their sweet, flawless voices.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Sir Roger de Beverley
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 05:54 AM

The Burns Unit - side show

Rough guide to African Blues

Jack McNeill - The Northern Road

The wind cries mary - Jimi Hendrix (trying to learn it on mandolin)



Roger


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: SteveMansfield
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 05:37 AM

Current Top 5:

Naragonia Quartet - 'Batiska'
Flemish band playing gorgeous multi-instrumental dance music, just makes you want to dance wherever I'm listening to it. Just fab.

Gilles Le Bigot - 'Empreintes #2'
Great performances from Marthe Vassallo (singer) and Gilles le Bigot (guitar), but the real attraction for me is the God-like genius that is Jean-Michel Veillon on flute, especially when duetting with soprano saxophonist Ludovic Mesnil ...

The Old Dance School 'Chasing The Light'
Widescreen cinematic loveliness from the Birmingham septet. Again, worth the price of admission just for the interplay between the low whistle and trumpet.

Calum Stewart & Heikki Bourgault 'Calum Stewart & Heikki Bourgault'
Full-on flute from Calum Stewart playing bourrees, polskas, an dros, and the occasional reel, with great accompaniment on guitar and cittern from Heikki Bourgault. The best new flautist I've discovered in many a year.

Penguin Cafe - A Matter Of Life ...
Minimalist but warm, serial but organic, I'm just so pleased to have the Penguin Cafe back in action, and there's some stuff on here every bit as good as the classic PCO repertoire.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Spleen Cringe
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 05:25 AM

Glenn Jones - The Wanting. Excellent double album of post-Fahey guitar soli. On vinyl.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Reinhard
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 04:43 AM

For the last 3.5 months Fay Hield's Orfeo has been more often in my CD player than outside of it.

In the last weeks she has been joined by the Fellside re-issue of Peter Bellamy Sings the Barrack-Room Ballads of Rudyard Kipling and by The Very Best of Stan Rogers.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: melodeonboy
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 03:02 AM

Reder Noz by Sonerien Du (Breton)
Outside Looking In by Dave Hole (blues - not one of his best!)


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 02:51 AM

Jackson Browne at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1996

Don't Stop Singing - Thea Gilmore

Best of chacereras - Argentine compilation

Ziggy Marley - Minnesota Zoo in July 2012


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Mark Ross
Date: 20 Sep 12 - 12:30 AM

Stephen Wade's BANJO DIARY, and the companion CD of Library of Congress
field recordings that accompanies his new book THE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC ALL AROUND US.

Mark Ross


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: ranger1
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 10:43 PM

Transatlantic Sessions Series Three, Vol. 1. Before that, it was Social Distortion's Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: pdq
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 10:02 PM

Recently discovered Rex Allen.

His Pop and Country stuff is enjoyable but is traditional Western material is amazing.

Great voice and perfect phrasing.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Joe_F
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 09:11 PM

_Mind the Stopgap_, by Dr. Snark.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Bobert
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 09:08 PM

Howlin' Wolf...

B~

p.s. Oh, and 100...


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Little Hawk
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 08:49 PM

Lynn Miles.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: GUEST,Azoic
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 08:48 PM

Karan Casey and John Doyle "Exile's Return",June Tabor and the Oysterband "Ragged Kingdom" and Cristina Branco Live.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 08:35 PM

now that I've moved my player from the depths of my cabinet, almost behind a side table, I can SEE the buttons! & no longer have to get into a contorted position (no good for my back & other sore bits) I'm playing more music.

Recent CDs - some Fine Art from Art Thieme, Jim Brannigan ('Catter JimLad), local friends Collector (traditional Australian), another friend Bruce Watson & his friends with Unsung Heroes of Australian History, Short Sharp Shanties vol 1 - yet another friend is ordering us copies of vols 2 & 3.

Life is sooo much better with a CD player beside my left elbow. And the shelf that contained the player & speakers is now home to around 2 years worth (over 2 ft wide!) of unsorted CDs. I really must sort them some time.

sandra


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Claire M
Date: 19 Sep 12 - 12:25 PM

Hiya,

I prefer 'Oh Love'

Here's a couple of mine that don't leave the stereo for long:

Maddy Prior, with or without Steeleye
June Tabor + Oysterband (but not if I've had a bad day)
Joan Osborne 'Relish'


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: John Hardly
Date: 23 Apr 01 - 09:17 AM

Dave Carter&Tracy Grammer "Tanglewood Tree" and "When I Go" never get too far from the player these days.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: GUEST,Roger the skiffler
Date: 23 Apr 01 - 08:42 AM

Friends round for lunch on Sunday. I played an early Nat King Cole while we were waiting for them all to turn up. Followed by Bert Jansch "Live in Glasgow/Young Man's Blues" followed by Davey Graham "Folk Blues and Beyond" followed by Best of Miss. John Hurt followed by an early Lena Horne. I then asked for requests ( I was on the post lunch Metaxas by then and feeling mellow!) and a little skiffle was asked for (honest, no arm twisting!)so I put on the 2-CD Disky "Skiffle- as good as it gets" compilation with the forgotten bands like Les Hobeaux and the Original Barnstormers.
Incidentally, one of my friends said he'd been trying to find lyrics to Life gets tedious and Four Legged friend and was most impressed when I went up to the old non-networked PC and ran him off a copy of both which I'd got from discussions here. He now has a list of this and other lyrics sites!
He looked at the Handful of Songs lyric we'd been puzzlingover recently and thinks it's OK. He couldn't add to Gossie Goosei though!
RtS (the one and only- there'll never be another, missus. [(c)Max Miller!])


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Susan of DT
Date: 23 Apr 01 - 07:59 AM

What has been living on my CD player lately is
Maureen Jelks
Moira Craig
both Scottish traditional singers and both available from Camsco (of course)


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: sledge
Date: 23 Apr 01 - 04:15 AM

Bob Fox and Stu Luckly - box of gold Waterson Carthy - Broken ground Bill JOnes - Come to me Kate Rusby - Sleepless A.L.Lloyd - Leviathen Show of Hands - Folk Music

Sledge Thanking heaven that PC's can play cds, allowing me to fill my office with music. 8)


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Stewie
Date: 23 Apr 01 - 02:22 AM

I am listening to Clarence 'Tom' Ashley 'Greenback Dollar: The Music of Clarence 'Tom' Ashley 1929-33' County CO-CD-3520. The back cover has a note: 'An outstanding collection of pre-war recordings by the legendary old-time musician Clarence 'Tom' Ashley'. 'Outstanding' is an understatement. Given the unwritten law of the reissue business - that the very best will disappear more quickly than one could possibly comprehend - anyone interested in old-timey, 'white tradition' blues or early commercial recordings of folk performances should grab this while it is available.

--Stewie.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 23 Apr 01 - 12:55 AM

Just got Irish flute player Kevin Crawford's new CD, "In Good Company." It's outstanding! He celebrates the flute/fiddle combination by recording with eight fiddlers, each fiddler on two or more sets of tunes with him, (a sort of Irish trad version of the Sinatra "duets" recording!) including a great, great track of Crawford, Tommy Peoples, and Arty McGlynn on guitar.

-chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Lepus Rex
Date: 23 Apr 01 - 12:24 AM

LH, I have a possibly related problem with recorded music: Once I've seen the musician/s perform live, especially if they were really good, I tend to ignore their cds. So it seems that I listen to the music of a lot of dead people, and people who don't tour outside Kazakhstan much...

This week, the cds I've had in my cd player: Nick Cave, "No More Shall We Part"; Maria Kalaniemi, self titled cd from 1992; "Setu Songs," a Finnish release of songs from Setuland; Sacred Reich, "Independent"; "Het daghet inden Oosten," a collection of bagpipe music from the Netherlands; Kokomo Arnold, "Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1930-1935)"; Trip Shakespeare, "Are you Shakespearienced?"; Supernova, "Ages 3 & Up"; and Motörhead, "Bomber."

---Lepus Rex


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Little Hawk
Date: 22 Apr 01 - 11:10 PM

Hi there, Matt!

- LH


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Little Hawk
Date: 22 Apr 01 - 11:07 PM

A fine layer of dust. Oddly enough I barely ever listen to recorded music these days. I play a certain amount of music myself and go to the odd live performance by others, but I don't listen to recorded music.

Why? I honest to God don't know. It doesn't seem to matter like it used to. It used to matter a lot, but not anymore.

I guess I could say that: "Things Have Changed"

I have listened a number of times to a meditation tape recently, but that was for purposes of meditating...which is a little different.

- LH


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Matt_R
Date: 22 Apr 01 - 11:05 PM

James --The Best of
Travis --Good Feeling
Travis --The Man Who
Belle & Sebastian --Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant
Bluetones --Expecting To Fly
Bernard Butler --People Move On
Idlewild --100 Broken Windows
Lifehouse --No Name Face
Spacehog --The Hogyssey


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Jo King
Date: 22 Apr 01 - 10:56 PM

Hello folks, I have always had fun buying new albums/cds. I can not wait to get them open and read the liner notes to begin enjoying the purchase before I can get to my stereo to really soak it up. The experiences that bring the greatest pleasure often involve the purchase of a recording where I know a bit about the band and think I would like it ...... but I don't know. I just had the good fortune to go to Elderly instruments, and among the items I got were The String Cheese Incident - Carnival '99, Leftover Salmon - The Nashville Sessions, and The David Grisman Quintet - DGQ 20.

I was confident in the DGQ 20 choice, and yes it is incredible. SCI and LoS I was not sure. Oh my God.

"What is in my cd player?" I would have to say "joy and inspiration."


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Bluebelle
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 11:59 PM

Aldridge, Bennett & Goudeau - This Old Town
Cold On The Shoulder - Tony Rice
Empty Old Mailbox - Don Rigsby
Native American - Tony Rice
The Stanley Tradition
Church Street Blues - Tony Rice
Always In Style - John Duffey
Little Sparrow - Dolly Parton
The Grass is Blue - Dolly Parton
Follow Me Back To The Fold - Mark Newton
Talkin' To Myself - Lonesome River Band
25 Years/Bluegrass Music on Rounder Records - Various


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Devilmaster
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 05:34 PM

Might not be able to find it at the record store, but A definite look at Tom Lewis' latest, 'Mixed Cargo'

You can order by calling 1-800-SEA-DOG1.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Naemanson
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 02:12 PM

I would never listen to that long haired rocker stuff! (Surreptitiously pushing a box full of records out of sight.)


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Jim the Bart
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 02:01 PM

Just got a Tom Rush retrospective - absolutely fabulous.

If I had your $30.00, I'd go to the Rhino site and buy the Tim Buckley "Works in Progress" CD. Limited Edition; early studio tracks from between his first two albums, mostly unreleased. He was unbelievable back then.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: CamiSu
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 11:09 AM

Pat Humphries, Hands on Appleseed www.appleseedrec.com

Anne Dodson, Against the Moon, Beech Hill Music www.midcoast.com/~beechhil

Both real good.

CamiSu


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Lepus Rex
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 08:26 AM

I've been listening to alot of traditional music from Central Asia and musically related areas. More than I usually do, because I'm burning some cds of this stuff for a friend. In between, I've been listening to "We Kill Everything" by GWAR, and waiting for the new Nick Cave cd.

---Lepus Rex


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Mooh
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 07:39 AM

Pretty much the same stuff that was there the last time I answered this question, so I guess I haven't been too musically curious lately.

Lunasa, Led Zeppelin, Simon Mayor, Rolling Stones tribute from the House of Blues label, Hound Dog Taylor tribute, Acoustic Guitar magazine cd, Little Feet, Purcell...more dust than I generally allow.

Nothing has really twisted my ears lately, though I was re-listening to some live Phish the other day. Cool grooves.

Mooh.


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Firecat
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 07:36 AM

Alright for some, eh, Matt?? :-))


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Son of the Mill
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 06:14 AM

A Pot Plant


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: Sarah the flute
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 03:43 AM

Just been given a CD called Salza Celtica - a delightful fusion of latin and Irish rhythmns - sounds interesting ? It is it's brilliant!


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Subject: RE: What's on your CD player lately ??
From: texastoolman
Date: 22 Mar 01 - 03:33 AM

i haven't heard PBB's first album in a log time i ran across Eas West at the local library i had long since given up any hope of finding it anywhere it is among the missing of my original blues collection from the 60's lost them out in california when i beat a hasty retreat back to Texas when i finally broke down and bought a cd player my blues collection started to blossum again


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