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So what are ya listening to tonight?
#101514 07/07/05 01:13 AM
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Well the wife took the kids over to our friends who have a pool to cool down a bit. What is a guy to do all by himself, ok well our dog Dylan (named after Bob) is with me....

Just chillin listening to my Foreigner Double Vision CD.....dang these 60's and 350 make old CD's come to life.....I kinda miss the good ole days.

What you guys listening to tonight?


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#101515 07/07/05 01:26 AM
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Got the tubes all warmed up, but haven't decided yet. . .
Went through Green Day "American Idiot", Doves "Some Cities", and Rogue Wave "Out of the Shadow" earlier today.
I'm thinking something a bit slower for this evening. Hmm, in honor of your dog--Bob Dylan SACD "John Wesley Harding" or "Blood on the Track". Also in the mood for some Robyn Hitchcock "Spooked" and maybe some Elliot Smith.

Tomorrow will be a different beast altogether.

I can hardly wait. . .


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Re: So what are ya listening to tonight?
#101516 07/07/05 01:34 AM
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Funny Sean you mentioned Green Day, earlier tonight I had Dookie cranked up pretty loud. I've got most of Dylan's stuff, however, I don't have any SACD stuff.

I must be in a 70's and early 80's mode tonight. I've got some Bad Company cranked right now. "Shooting Star" sounds pretty good pushing 0dB's. Don't want to crank it to loud or my dog might start singing "Like a Rolling Stone" Oh crap "Rock N Roll Fantasy" sounds sweet cranked. I feel like I'm in a strip bar


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#101517 07/07/05 01:38 AM
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Oh crap "Rock N Roll Fantasy" sounds sweet cranked. I feel like I'm in a strip bar




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#101518 07/07/05 02:04 AM
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Randy, I just got through listening to one of the most gorgeous compositions in all of music, Ravel's exquisite Ma Mere L'oye, in an NPR broadcast performance of a concert from Auckland, NZ, by their excellent orchestra which I'd never heard before.


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Re: So what are ya listening to tonight?
#101519 07/07/05 02:18 AM
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That is great John, I bet that sounds fabulous. As a person that has been around music all of my life:Piano, Trumpet, and singing. In addition, my dad was an singer back in the late 50's and early 60's I appreciate all types of music. I actually grew up listening to many of his old albums which included many orchestras of that time period. If you have heard of Jan Garber, he toured with him for a few years up/down the east coast, and in New Orleans. He was also on Ed Sullivan in 59. Anyway, I need to grow my collection and get some good orchestra or symphany type music. A budy of mine is an Opera singer, so I'm starting to grow my classical type music. I really enjoy my Diana Krall "Live in Paris" cd with Claus Ogerman and the Orchestre Symphonique European & Paris jass Big Band. My system comes alive in 6.1


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#101520 07/07/05 02:26 AM
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As I type this I find myself moving to ZZ Top's great CD, Mescalero! Before ZZ it was a band that most people have not heard of that go by the name of the Electric Boy's.

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#101521 07/07/05 02:37 AM
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Weren't they more country oriented back in the day? Had a couple of ZZ LPs when I was a wee lad.


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#101522 07/07/05 02:40 AM
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Speaking of Foreigner, I was listening to their Complete Greatest Hits today. It is a fairly new release of all their hits remastered. I haven't listened to much of the other Foreigner stuff yet on the new system to compare it to, but I can tell you this CD sounds excellent. "Juke box hero" sounds friggin awesome.

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#101523 07/07/05 03:29 AM
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...well technically I'm listening to EverQuest 2 right now

But if I was sitting in front of the HT, it would likely be the multichannel version of NIN "WITH TEETH"

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