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TEN ALBUMS PRESENTLY FLOATING YOUR BOAT!

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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    Glen Hansard -- Didn't He Ramble
    Mavis Staples -- One True Vine
    Kurt Vile -- b'lieve i'm goin down
    The Black Crowes -- Shake Your Moneymaker Live
    Miles Davis Quintet -- The New Miles Davis Quintet
    The National -- Trouble Will Find Me
    U2 -- Songs of Surrender
    Goose -- Dripfield
    Eddie Vedder -- Into The Wild 
    Bob Marley -- Natty Dread
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    William Tyler & The Impossible Truth -- Secret Stratosphere
    William Tyler -- Modern Country
    Goose -- The Cap Theatre 5/9/23
    Hiss Golden Messenger -- A Loner Alive
    The Arcs -- Electrophonic Chronic
    Bars of Gold -- Shelters
    Jack Johnson & Friends -- Best of Kokua Festival
    De La Soul -- Buhloone Mindstate
    Ray Charles & Milt Jackson -- Soul Brothers/Soul Meeting
    Kevin Morby -- This Is A Photograph
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    May 30thMay 30th Posts: 1,672
    jjflash said:
    William Tyler & The Impossible Truth -- Secret Stratosphere
    William Tyler -- Modern Country
    Goose -- The Cap Theatre 5/9/23
    Hiss Golden Messenger -- A Loner Alive
    The Arcs -- Electrophonic Chronic
    Bars of Gold -- Shelters
    Jack Johnson & Friends -- Best of Kokua Festival
    De La Soul -- Buhloone Mindstate
    Ray Charles & Milt Jackson -- Soul Brothers/Soul Meeting
    Kevin Morby -- This Is A Photograph
    That new Hiss album is awesome!!
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    Hi!Hi! Posts: 3,095
    edited April 2023
    The Smile-A Light For Attracting Attention 

    Jeff Buckley-Grace(Legacy Edition)

    Cat Power-Sun

    Cat Power-Jukebox

    Cat Power-The Greatest

    Cat Power-Wanderer 

    Fontaines DC-Skinty Fia

    Nick Drake-Pink Moon

    Nick Drake-Bryter Layter

    Nick Drake-Five Leaves Left

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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    May 30th said:
    jjflash said:
    William Tyler & The Impossible Truth -- Secret Stratosphere
    William Tyler -- Modern Country
    Goose -- The Cap Theatre 5/9/23
    Hiss Golden Messenger -- A Loner Alive
    The Arcs -- Electrophonic Chronic
    Bars of Gold -- Shelters
    Jack Johnson & Friends -- Best of Kokua Festival
    De La Soul -- Buhloone Mindstate
    Ray Charles & Milt Jackson -- Soul Brothers/Soul Meeting
    Kevin Morby -- This Is A Photograph
    That new Hiss album is awesome!!
    Agreed, my friend! Pure, joyful sound.
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    goldrushgoldrush everybody knows this is nowhere Posts: 7,326
    David Lowery - Vending Machine 
    Mudhoney - Mudhoney
    Mark Lanegan - Live At The Stone Pony
    Silver Jews - Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea
    John Frusciante - The Will To Death
    As Heard On Radio Soulwax Pt. 2
    Lou Barlow - Emoh
    Screaming Trees - Sweet Oblivion
    Ash Grunwald - Fish Out of Water
    DJ Format - Music For The Mature B-Boy
    “Do not postpone happiness”
    (Jeff Tweedy, Sydney 2007)

    “Put yer good money on the sunrise”
    (Tim Rogers)
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    EraserheadEraserhead Stoke-on-Trent Posts: 2,859
    Only really have a few albums I have on rotation during any given week, and so far it's been:

    Swans - To Be Kind
    Tool - Lateralus
    Guns N Roses - Live Era 87-93
    Manchester 04.06.00, Leeds 25.08.06, Wembley 18.06.07, Dusseldorf 21.06.07, Shepherds Bush 11.08.09, Manchester 17.08.09, Adelaide 17.11.09, Melbourne 20.11.09, Sydney 22.11.09, Brisbane 25.11.09, MSG1 20.05.10, MSG2 21.05.10, Dublin 22.06.10, Belfast 23.06.10, London 25.06.10, Long Beach 06.07.11 (EV), Los Angeles 08.07.11 (EV), Toronto 11.09.11, Toronto 12.09.11, Ottawa 14.09.11, Hamilton 14.09.11, Manchester 20.06.12, Manchester 21.06.12, Amsterdam 26.06.2012, Amsterdam 27.06.2012, Berlin 04.07.12, Berlin 05.07.12, Stockholm 07.07.12, Oslo 09.07.12, Copenhagen 10.07.12, Manchester 28.07.12 (EV), Brooklyn 18.10.13, Brooklyn 19.10.13, Philly 21.10.13, Philly 22.10.13, San Diego 21.11.13, LA 23.11.13, LA 24.11.13, Oakland 26.11.13, Portland 29.11.13, Spokane 30.11.13, Calgary 02.12.13, Vancouver 04.12.13, Seattle 06.12.13, Trieste 22.06.14, Vienna 25.06.14, Berlin 26.06.14, Stockholm 28.06.14, Leeds 08.07.14, Philly 28.04.16, Philly 28.04.16, MSG1 01.05.16, MSG2 02.05.16
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    The Wood Brothers -- Heart is the Hero
    Jane's Addiction -- Nothing's Shocking
    Galactic -- Crazyhorse Mongoose
    El Michels Affair -- Glorious Game
    Grant Green -- Feelin' The Spirit
    Blues Traveler -- S/T
    Allman Brothers -- Eat A Peach
    Hempilation -- Various Artists
    Metallica -- 72 Seasons
    Van Morrison -- Moondance

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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    Wilco -- Cruel Country
    Wilco -- Summerteeth
    The Beatles -- Abbey Road
    Pearl Jam -- Give Way
    Pearl Jam -- Backspacer
    Dave McMurray -- Grateful Deadication
    Kurt Vile -- Wakin On A Pretty Daze
    Marvin Gaye -- What's Going On
    Grateful Dead -- Hundred Year Hall
    Grateful Dead -- Reckoning
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    Abe FromanAbe Froman Posts: 5,115
    Waylon Jennings - Music Man
    Pearl Jam - Give Way
    Sunny Day Real Estate - Live
    Jack Johnson - Live at TMR
    Smashing Pumpkins - Live at Kawasaki
    Kyuss - And the Circus Leaves Town
    Son House - Father of Folk Blues
    Pantera - Far Beyond Driven
    The Doors - LA Woman
    Deftones - Adrenaline 
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    mfc2006mfc2006 HTOWN Posts: 37,387
    The National - First Two Pages of Frankenstein
    PJ - Give Way
    Damien Rice - O
    Flag Day Soundtrack
    Brad - Welcome to Discovery Park
    Shovels & Rope - Manticore
    Muddy Waters - The Woodstock Album
    Thom Yorke - Tomorrow's Modern Boxes
    Nada Surf - Lucky
    Wilco - Sky Blue Sky
    I LOVE MUSIC.
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    rw160510rw160510 Posts: 916
    Cloth- S/T
    Daughter- Stereo Mind Game
    Iggy Pop-Every Loser 
    Laurel Canyon-S/T
    Natural Information society- Since time is gravity
    Wye Oak- Civilian 
    King Hannah- I’m not sorry, I was just being me
    Counting Crows- This desert life
    Darkher- The buried storm
    Snowdrops-Volutes
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    J.J. Cale -- Really
    Willie Nelson -- Teatro
    Brad -- Shame
    Leftover Salmon -- Grass Roots
    A Tribe Called Quest -- The Low End Theory
    Sleep -- Dopesmoker
    Steve Miller Band -- Book of Dreams
    MMJ -- Live Vol. 1
    Bob Dylan -- Oh Mercy
    The National -- First Two Pages of Frankenstein


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    Abe FromanAbe Froman Posts: 5,115
    Jackknife Powerbomb - Level Up
    Jerry Reed - Essential Jerry Reed
    Chet Baker - Chet Baker Sings
    Ornette Coleman - Change of the Century 
    The Verve - A Storm I Heaven 
    Head East - Head East Live
    The Dust Brothers - Fight Club Remixes
    Gordon Lightfoot - Sunday Concert 
    Clark Terry - The Happy Horns of Clark Terry 
    Radiohead - Hail to the Thief 
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    edited June 2023
    Goose -- Live at the Salt Shed
    Bob Marley & The Wailers -- Uprising
    Van Morrison -- Moondance
    Steve Gunn & David Moore -- Let the Moon Be a Planet
    Fleck, Meyer, Hussain -- As We Speak
    Peter Gabriel -- Us
    John Mayer -- Sob Rock
    Peter Tosh -- Equal Rights
    Outkast -- Aquemini
    U2 -- Achtung Baby


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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    De La Soul -- Stakes Is High
    Alice In Chains -- Jar of Flies
    Jack Johnson -- In Between Dub
    Hiss Golden Messenger -- Quietly Blowing It
    Bob Dylan -- Shadow Kingdom
    Grateful Dead -- Cornell 5/8/77
    Black Sabbath -- Live Evil
    Kevin Morby -- More Photographs (A Continuum)
    Ben Harper -- Wide Open Light
    My Morning Jacket -- It Still Moves
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    mfc2006mfc2006 HTOWN Posts: 37,387
    Ben Harper - Wide Open Light
    Heartless Bastards - Arrow
    Spoon - Transference
    Josh Ritter - Fever Breaks
    Lucero - Among The Ghosts
    Manchester Orchestra - The Valley of Vision
    Brad - Shame
    Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever
    QOTSA - Like Clockwork
    Bjork - Volta
    I LOVE MUSIC.
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    PapPap Aspra Spitia, Greece Posts: 28,445
    Pearl Jam - Give Way
    Jack Johnson - In Between Dub
    Ben Harper - Wide Open Light
    Foo Fighters - But Here We Are
    Mudhoney - Plastic Eternity
    James Walsh - Coming Good
    The Tiger Lillies - The Brothel To The Cemetery
    The White Buffalo - Once Upon A Time In The West
    Tom Waits - Orphans
    The Rockfords - The Rockfords
    Athens 2006 / Milton Keynes 2014 / London 1&2 2022 / Seattle 1&2 2024 / Dublin 2024 / Manchester 2024 / London 2024
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    QOTSA -- In Times New Roman...
    Vincent Neil Emerson -- S/T
    Dave Van Ronk -- Folksinger
    King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard -- PetroDragonic blah blah blah
    Goose -- Live at Radio City Music Hall
    Killer Mike -- MICHAEL
    Yusef Lateef -- Eastern Sounds
    Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit -- Weathervanes
    Iris DeMent -- Infamous Angel
    Little Feat -- Feats Don't Fail Me Now

    Lotta good music released into the ether over the past few weeks!!
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    Little Richard -- Here's Little Richard
    U2 -- Zooropa
    INXS -- Kick
    Eric B. & Rakim -- Follow The Leader
    Donald Byrd -- Electric Byrd
    Nas -- Magic 2
    Kevin Abstract - Arizona Baby
    Sinead O'Connor -- I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
    Earth, Wind & Fire -- Spirit
    Stan Getz & Bill Evans -- S/T
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    BrainofBGABrainofBGA Australia Posts: 3,993
    edited August 2023
    Peeping Tom (not Mike Payton’s band) - Music Swop Shop
    Peeping Tom - Peeping Tom
    Neil Young - Way Down in the Rust Bucket
    Queens of the Stone Age - In Times New Roman
    Foo Fighters - But Here We Are
    John Farnham - Greatest Hits
    Yawning Man - Long Walk of the Navajo
    3rd Secret - 2nd 3rd Secret
    The Coral - newly release singles

    now that it’s been released add the new Brad record 👌
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    Melbourne #1 '98
    Melbourne #2 '03
    Melbourne #3 '03
    Melbourne #1 '06
    Melbourne #3 '06
    Melbourne '09
    Melbourne '14
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    Tyler Childers -- Country Squire
    Tyler Childers -- Live on Red Barn Radio I & II
    Orebolo -- Volume 1
    Led Zeppelin -- Led Zep III
    Mark Lanegan -- Bubblegum
    Al Di Meola -- Land of the Midnight Sun
    QOTSA -- In Times New Roman
    John Coltrane -- A Love Supreme
    John Prine -- S/T
    Grateful Dead -- Dick's Picks Vol.29
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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    Janes Addiction -- Ritual De lo Habitual
    Pearl Jam -- Gigaton
    The Notorious B.I.G. -- Ready to Die
    Pharoahe Monch -- A Magnificent Day for an Exorcism
    Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed -- Me and Jerry
    Peter Green -- In the Skies
    Dan Auerbach -- Keep It Hid
    Slim Harpo -- Harmonica Mojo
    Van Morrison -- His Band and the Street Choir
    Panda Bear -- Reset in Dub
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    brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain. Posts: 40,797
    edited August 2023
    I've been in a jazz frame of mind lately.  I was telling my wife that for me the big difference between the rock music I like and the jazz I like is that most rock is easy to listen to.  Most of it is in 4/4 time (ONE/two/three/four) and is easy to follow.
    Jazz on the other hand is generally far more complex.  For me, to fully appreciate what is going on in a great jazz record, it deserves or even demands greater attention (although when I listen to any music, that's all I do).
    Both are great to listen to, of course!  
    So that said, my current ten favorites are:

    Albert Ayler: Bells
    Ornette Coleman:  This is Our Music
    John Coltrane: A Love Supreme
    Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
    Dexter Gordon: Gotham City
    Wynton Marsalis: Black Codes (From the Underground)
    Thelonious Monk: At the Five Spot
    Sonny Rollins: Way Out West
    Archie Shepp: Four for Trane
    Cecil Taylor: Dark to Themselves
    “The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man [or woman] who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.”
    Variously credited to Mark Twain or Edward Abbey.













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    jjflashjjflash Posts: 4,865
    brianlux said:
    I've been in a jazz frame of mind lately.  I was telling my wife that for me the big difference between the rock music I like and the jazz I like is that most rock is easy to listen to.  Most of it is in 4/4 time (ONE/two/three/four) and is easy to follow.
    Jazz on the other hand is generally far more complex.  For me, to fully appreciate what is going on in a great jazz record, it deserves or even demands greater attention (although when I listen to any music, that's all I do).
    Both are great to listen to, of course!  
    So that said, my current ten favorites are:

    Albert Ayler: Bells
    Ornette Coleman:  This is Our Music
    John Coltrane: A Love Supreme
    Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
    Dexter Gordon: Gotham City
    Wynton Marsalis: Black Codes (From the Underground)
    Thelonious Monk: At the Five Spot
    Sonny Rollins: Way Out West
    Archie Shepp: Four for Trane
    Cecil Taylor: Dark to Themselves
    Nice list, Brian. In includes several albums that are unfamiliar to me....I've got some homework to do!  :sunglasses:
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    brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain. Posts: 40,797
    jjflash said:
    brianlux said:
    I've been in a jazz frame of mind lately.  I was telling my wife that for me the big difference between the rock music I like and the jazz I like is that most rock is easy to listen to.  Most of it is in 4/4 time (ONE/two/three/four) and is easy to follow.
    Jazz on the other hand is generally far more complex.  For me, to fully appreciate what is going on in a great jazz record, it deserves or even demands greater attention (although when I listen to any music, that's all I do).
    Both are great to listen to, of course!  
    So that said, my current ten favorites are:

    Albert Ayler: Bells
    Ornette Coleman:  This is Our Music
    John Coltrane: A Love Supreme
    Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
    Dexter Gordon: Gotham City
    Wynton Marsalis: Black Codes (From the Underground)
    Thelonious Monk: At the Five Spot
    Sonny Rollins: Way Out West
    Archie Shepp: Four for Trane
    Cecil Taylor: Dark to Themselves
    Nice list, Brian. In includes several albums that are unfamiliar to me....I've got some homework to do!  :sunglasses:

    Enjoy your quest, JJ! 
    It was a bit difficult to compile that list.  I could easily have listed different albums by any of those musicians or listed some by other favorites by Larry Coryell, Eric Dolphy, Vince Guaraldi, Charlie Parker, Pharoah Sanders, Wayne Shorter, Sun Ra, and a bunch more.  SO much great music out there!
    “The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man [or woman] who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.”
    Variously credited to Mark Twain or Edward Abbey.













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    goldrushgoldrush everybody knows this is nowhere Posts: 7,326
    dEUS - How To Replace It
    Faith No More - Angel Dust
    Neil Young - Chrome Dreams
    Brad - Shame
    Rocky Votolato - The Brag & Cuss
    The Be Good Tanyas - Hello Love
    Foy Vance - From Muscle Shoals to Memphis
    Cat Power - Wanderer
    Foo Fighters - But Here We Are
    Manic Street Preachers - This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours
    “Do not postpone happiness”
    (Jeff Tweedy, Sydney 2007)

    “Put yer good money on the sunrise”
    (Tim Rogers)
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    brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain. Posts: 40,797
    goldrush said:
    dEUS - How To Replace It
    Faith No More - Angel Dust
    Neil Young - Chrome Dreams
    Brad - Shame
    Rocky Votolato - The Brag & Cuss
    The Be Good Tanyas - Hello Love
    Foy Vance - From Muscle Shoals to Memphis
    Cat Power - Wanderer
    Foo Fighters - But Here We Are
    Manic Street Preachers - This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours

    Nice list with a few I'm not familiar with and will have to check out.
    Is Josh Freese on the Foo's LP?

    “The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man [or woman] who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.”
    Variously credited to Mark Twain or Edward Abbey.













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    goldrushgoldrush everybody knows this is nowhere Posts: 7,326
    brianlux said:
    goldrush said:
    dEUS - How To Replace It
    Faith No More - Angel Dust
    Neil Young - Chrome Dreams
    Brad - Shame
    Rocky Votolato - The Brag & Cuss
    The Be Good Tanyas - Hello Love
    Foy Vance - From Muscle Shoals to Memphis
    Cat Power - Wanderer
    Foo Fighters - But Here We Are
    Manic Street Preachers - This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours

    Nice list with a few I'm not familiar with and will have to check out.
    Is Josh Freese on the Foo's LP?

    No he isn’t, Dave did the drums himself. I think it’s their best record in years.

    I’ve been catching up on Rocky Votolato recently. I seemed to have missed a few of his middle releases but his ‘Wild Roots’ album from last year put him back on my radar.
    “Do not postpone happiness”
    (Jeff Tweedy, Sydney 2007)

    “Put yer good money on the sunrise”
    (Tim Rogers)
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