What are you listening to and WHY might anyone be interested? (Vol. XIV)

james n posted:

My Sunday afternoon guilty pleasure. Start with Guy Garvey on 6 music and then at 3pm, turn over to Johnnie Walker's Sounds of the 70s. I was too young in the 70s to really appreciate the music so i do love listening to this program and normally end up on Amazon spending too much money 

Johnnie Walker - Sounds of the 70s (Radio 2)

Good stuff James, I remember listening to Johnnie (and many other DJs) live on pirate radio late at night under the bed covers with a little hand size radio and a single earpiece. The music they played was often not on mainstream radio so this was a window on a whole new world to me as a youngster in the early sixties. 

Cheers

ewemon posted:
ALANP posted:

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Tedeschi Trucks Band - Revelator, a great album, I must play "Midnight in Harlem" every week 

Just to feed your habit with IMHO opinion is the best version of the song. He just nails that solo. The whole concert was excellent.

If (and it's a big if) I go to heaven, I want to play like that. Sublime!

ALANP posted:

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Ronnie Wood - Now Look, his second solo album with the usual plethora of mates helping out, and its nor bad at all.

I sometimes use a Ronnie album when on a demo......it should always sound like a bunch of mates having a good time. I have played this on some kit which makes it sound “ nice”.......and then I don, t buy.

Komie, Afterglow.

Komie, aka Ron Komie is an Emmy award winner. His roots are in music for movies and adverts. For me this is an uplifting instrumental album (Komie plays them all).

Seeing Stevee's post about Sky 3 being posh background music made me think this is an album you can just put on and let the music wash over you, or you can tune in, give it your attention and it will reward you for it.

Now Playing.......

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Oregon - Oregon

Paul McCandless  (soprano saxophone, oboe, tin flute, english horn, bass clarinet, musette), Ralph Towner  (prophet 5 synthesizer, piano, classical guitar, 12-string guitar), Collin Walcott  (percussion, tongue drum, sitar, bass drum, voice), and Glen Moore  (double-bass, viola, piano).

Streaming on NAS........  Arrived yesterday, ripped to NAS and now out for a spin......  Sounding mighty fine!  

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