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#102554 - 05/12/06 10:20 PM Re: So what are you listening to tonight? *****
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your neighbor. The funny older man in the brown house next door.
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#102555 - 05/13/06 06:45 AM Re: So what are you listening to tonight?
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Oh yeah...well, there is the other half of the duplex between him and me, so if he heard anything it was probably fairly muffled.

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#102556 - 05/13/06 11:37 AM Re: So what are ya...OK if it takes a Canadian!
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Adam, If you like Miles Davis stuff, you will like Horace Silver, "Song for my Father". Mr. Silver was a pianist/composer who played with Miles Davis in the early to mid 50's with other legendary jazz musicians of that eara. Great stuff. If you like Davis, you'll like Silver.
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#102557 - 05/13/06 09:30 PM Re: So what are you listening to tonight?
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Oops! Didn't intend to bring up that "Subject" again... sorry.
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#102558 - 05/13/06 09:36 PM Re: So what are ya listening to tonight?
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Getting back on track once again, It's Jazz tonight. Starting off with Miles Davis's Prestige Profiles, then on to Chris Botti's To Love Again. Finish the night with Mr. Davis again in Kinda Blue. Chris Botti does a great job along with David Sanborn in Flemenco Sketches that would do Miles proud. Life is good...
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#102559 - 05/14/06 11:21 AM Re: So what are you listening to tonight?
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I finally gave the new Tool a proper listen.




Me too. Although I didn't crank it up. My downstair neighbors might object.

On the title track (I think) the thunder sounds seemed to come from behind me. Creeped me out for a sec. Seems like it was recorded out of phase or something.

Also, I made myself dizzy looking through the little goggles.

One more thing--doing a crossword puzzle while listening to Tool (yes, you read that right) came across this clue:

54 down: Audiophile's brand

Answer: Bose

Go fig.

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#102560 - 05/14/06 02:17 PM Re: So what are you listening to tonight?
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That makes me want to cry.
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#102561 - 05/20/06 07:39 PM Re: So what are you listening to tonight?
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A few buddies and I are downing a few cold ones and waiting for the NASCAR race to start. High Def on a 125" screen is going to be so cool. "Crankkkkkk It Uppppppp"
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#102562 - 05/21/06 12:44 PM Re: So what are you listening to tonight?
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cgrface, good call on the kinda blue. My favorite Miles album. I've been revisiting my MJQ - Concorde CD again lately. I think I might play "The shoes of the fisherman's wife are some jive ass slippers" now - hands down the best title for a song ever.

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#102563 - 05/22/06 12:51 PM Re: So what are you listening to tonight?
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John Pizzarelli live at Birdland. Very "live" - the surround accurately brings the ambience of the live venue with the audience sounds and what not. The music is great and went really well with a glass of Beringer Riesling. I could not resist listening through the more than 2 hour concert in one shot.
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