Currently lined up for the turntable are
Utte Lemper CD
Thought it was time to listen to something different
The Threshold HouseBoys Choir
Moody and very laid back
Listening to Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention at Carnegie Hall - Oct. 11, 1971. A 4 disc set which has both the 7:30 & 11:00 shows, as well as the opening set by The Persuasions from the 7:30 show.
Well...........tomorrow is the 40th anniversary of 08-27-72 so I'm getting started on it now. What a show to go back and listen to!
PsychSunday on Q107, Toronto
Everything from 65 > 75
Atlantis ( Donovan ) > Question ( Moody Blues )
SiriusXM is playing a Rob Bertrando audience recording from 2/27/77: very good quality! Wonder if there's a soundboard in the vault? Nice Minglewood leads it off.
Sidney Bechet "The Fabulous" 8/25/53 Hello, Isaac.
Lee Morgan "City Lights" 8/25/57 Spectacular!
Jimmy Smith "The Sermon" & "House Party" 8-25-57 Visions of Lake Pontchartrain.
Extra special chaser: The Creamery, Veneta, Or. "Field Trip" 8-27-72 The whole-nine-yards audio.
Looks like we might have to wait 'til the fiftieth anni.
... Felina, goodbye.
Yesterday it was 'Zeppelin's "IV" and "Physical Graffiti" followed by the 'Stones with "Let It Bleed," "Sticky Fingers," "Exile on Main Street," and "Black and Blue." What can I say? I was having...one of "those" days.
Today, I'm in the mood for a little old-school hardcore: Scream's "Still Screaming & This Side Up" and Social Distortion's "Live at the Roxy." Y'know, as great a live act as Social D is, they don't stray much from the Roxy format when playing live. I saw them a year or so ago, and, aside from songs from the new album, they played that live album like it was their set list. Not that I'm complaining; it's a GREAT live album.