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Old 10-01-2006, 05:42 PM
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Re: What CD's Are you Playing RIght Now? Top 5

1-soft machine live in paris - 1972
2- magma live au Trianon - 2000
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Old 10-03-2006, 05:27 PM
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this week on mailo 's own show
1 to 3. Peter Hammill's remasters ( Chameleon, Silent corner and In camera)
4. Ozric tentacles The floor's too far away
5. Hackett 's last cD ( slightly disapointed)
6. Kansas Song for america ( track)
7. VDGG Still life
8. PFM Is my face on straight , Live in Hempstead NY 27/8/1974
9. ben Harper Will to live
10.Deep Purple Burn
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Old 10-03-2006, 05:35 PM
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5. Hackett 's last cD ( slightly disapointed)
Album of the year for me :P. And not only for me So mature, sheer beauty.
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Old 11-07-2006, 05:46 PM
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Re: What CD's Are you Playing RIght Now? Top 5

November Playlist

The Mars Volta - Frances the Mute
Rovo - Flage
Platypus - Ice Cycles
Miles Davis - You're Under Arrest
Jethro Tull - A Passion Play
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Old 11-14-2006, 04:47 PM
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My current top five;

Space Revolver - The Flower Kings
Lightbulb Sun - Porcupine Tree
Automatic - Channel Light Vessel
Physical Grafitti - Led Zep
Dark Third - Pure Reason Revolution

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Old 11-14-2006, 06:12 PM
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led zeppelin - physical graffiti
jeff beck - blow by blow
mahavishnu orchestra - the lost trident tapes
genesis - the lamb lies down on broadway
caravan - with strings attached
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Old 11-14-2006, 07:13 PM
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Re: What CD's Are you Playing RIght Now? Top 5

The top 5 today are:

Alan Parsons Project - The Turn of A Friendly Card
Jean-Michel Jarre - Images
Emerson, Lake, & Palmer - The Return of the Manticore (4-disc set)
The Clash - London Calling
Blue Trail of Sorrow - 16 Top Bluegrass Gems (Rounder)

An interesting collection...
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Old 11-15-2006, 10:16 AM
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Riverside's Second Life Syndrome
Ozric's Spirals in Hyperspace
Strawbs Deja Fou

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Old 11-15-2006, 05:05 PM
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That's only three Gort....

Today I was in a Cowboy Junkies mood and was listening to Lay it Down, one of their best.

As I was getting ready for work I had Marillion's Brave in the CD tray.

I been listening to some of Iron Maiden's new one lately.
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Old 11-16-2006, 01:21 PM
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Re: What CD's Are you Playing RIght Now? Top 5

Here's what is playing the most 'round the house nowadays:

1. Beulah - The Coast is Never Clear ; For the last 4 months, I've been playing at least one track from this album every day.

2. Steve Roach - Possible Planet ; Nice concept, great execution, fantastic soundscapes.

3. Harold Budd & Brian Eno - The Pearl ; Great music for late evenings

4. Medeski, Martin & Wood - End of the World Party ; Jazz-Funk with vintage keyboards? 'nuff said.

5. Ornette Coleman - The Shape of Jazz to Come ; Started listening to it for a school paper I had to write, now getting frequent listenings.
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Old 11-16-2006, 03:44 PM
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Right now
Twin Age : Lialim High

these days :
Ben Harper alone in Cambridge
Ben Harper both sides of the gun
Ben Harper live from mars ( mostly the acoustic cd )
Peter Hammill : In camera remastered
Radiohead : Kid A
Tom Yorke : The eraser
Riverside : Second life syndrom
Neil Young 's tracks : Cortez/Hurricane /Don' t be denied/See the sky about to rain/Hospital Blues
Paatos : Kallocain
Ozric tentacles : last CD
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Old 11-16-2006, 05:05 PM
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Listening to a nice mixture....

A Silver Mt. Zion - Horses In The Sky
Cherry Five - Cherry Five
Gordian Knot - Emergent
Pagan's Mind - Enigmatic Calling
The Black Noodle Project - And Life Goes On
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Old 11-16-2006, 08:31 PM
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Man I love seeing the New Wave of Moonies jumping in. When I started this thread I also wanted opinion. It seem to me that this has been a slow year for excellent New recordings. Just to Make it even more controversial I would say that there just isn't a strong Generation of Great singers in Prog today, So If I'm wrong, let us know by your thoughts not just lists, Thx to all for keeping this thread Fresh and vital and RETURN often, the title is "in your CD player today, that could change Daily for Mailo!! I must check out Ben Harper !! Keep them coming Moonbuds.......
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Old 11-17-2006, 09:53 PM
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There are plenty of good singers in prog today Sharc. How about...

Matthew Parmenter - Discipline
Eirik Hanssen, Gilbert Marshall, Allan Olsen - Magic Pie
Tom Galgano - IZZ
Neal Morse
Fish
Ray Weston, Brett Kull - Echolyn
Christina - Magenta
Hans Froberg - The Flower Kings
Cliff Phelps - Chaos Code
James LaBrie - Dream Theater
Steve Taylor - Strangefish
Phil Griffiths - Poor Genetic Material
Michael Sadler - Saga

...jsut to name a few. The list goes on
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Old 11-18-2006, 07:52 PM
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So... not just lists eh? in the last couple of days I have taken in the following albums:
Jesus Hits You like An Atom Bomb - The Blind Boys Of Alabama. This is an extraordinary piece of work. I never thought I'd be able to listen to and enjoy such a straight-down-the-line-christian set of songs but the committment and soul in this album is truly stirring. It's forthright and honest and so deeply bluesy that it takes my breath away. The album positively ripples with dirty hammond organ and the gospel harmonies are divine. It's contemporary in terms of production values and yet old fashioned in it's unabashed gospel nature. I have a number of "pagan" friends who find this album almost offensive because they're so radically opposed to christianity but to me it oozes spirituality. If I could go to church and get music like this I'd be there every day. Sadly this isn't an option in rural Norfolk so I guess I'm damned; bummer. If you like the Staple Singers you'll love this album.
Relayer - Yes.
Somewhat controversially I consider this to be the finest album Yes ever made. It goes out on the edge in so many ways. Moraz brings an experimental Jazz element to the material that really lights my candle in a way that Wakeman never did. Combine this with the fact that it's the most guitar-led of all their albums and you have perfection. Obviously the lyrics are bollocks but the same is true of all Yes albums.
Animals - Pink Floyd.
There's a phrase in one of the guitar solos in Dogs where Gilmour does a controlled ppleck slide that is just perfect. I love the lyrics, I love the concept, I love the lords prayer for sheep... it's beatiful, (if a bit dark).
Tadpoles - The Bonzo Dog Band.
"you've heard of Ali Baba
Forty theive had he
Out for what we all want
Lots of LSD"

or

"In the canyons of your mind
I will wander through your soul
Though the venticles of your heart my dear
I'm in love with you again"

nuff said.

and finally...
Once Around The World - It Bites.
Despite the late 80's production sheen the song-writing, the musicianship and the vocal harmonies make this album a most rewarding listen and definitely represents the high-water mark of the bands career. Okay there are a couple of dodgy tracks; Hunting The Whale and Platic Dreamer but their doginess come from that perculiarly prog kind whimsical attitude that gave us The Battle Of Epping Forest and Benny The Bouncer so that's alright. The lyrics are shit but this is true of most prog lyrics (the Floyd not included) so that's alright too.

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Old 12-06-2006, 03:09 PM
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on radio mailo these last weeks

Outcast on the Islands : Colin Bass ( Camel)
Both sides of the gun: Ben Harper
Live au réservoir Paris 2003 : Ben Harper
Au delà du délire :Ange
Hinterland: Wobbler
Blezki zatzaz : the tide turns
Marillion : Marbles CD1
Marillion : Season's end (remastered DCD)
Marillion : Christmas CD 2
Ozric Tentacles ; Floor is too far away
RPWL: world through my eyes
Prowlers: Sweet metamorfosi
Anekdoten : Garvity
Anekdoten : Waiting the dead
Sigur Ross : () tracks 4 and 8
Tangerine Dream : Ricochet
VDGG : the least we can do is wave to each other ( remaster)
Hammill Peter : a way out ( simply beautiful)
Hawkwind : warrior on the edge of time
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Old 12-13-2006, 07:14 PM
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Excelent reviews timlane !!! Schuppy, Im not Crazy about Anybody on the New Guys List. Neal is the best writer Musician in America Today, but vocals as Premium Quality? Last Great Vocal harmonics were from Annie Lennoxs BARE!

But here is my newest Q? knowone has listed the New SPOCKS BEARD. I haven't got it yet because the last one just couldn't Hold me.
So Anybody Got the New Beard CD in there Player, right Now? I was just soaring to the Other Morse on guitar during SOLITARY SOUL, how is the new one?



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Jethro Tull - Thick As A Brick
Nightwish - Century Child
Opeth - Damnation
The Tangent - The Music That Died Alone (Can't stop listening to it, since I got it in April 2005)
Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
Alan Parsons - A Valid Path
The Nuclear Whales Saxophone Orchestra - Gone Fission
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Old 12-14-2006, 02:04 AM
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The Nuclear Whales Saxophone Orchestra - Gone Fission
That needs to be on The Moon for the title alone

At the moment I'm playing:
ELP - Works Orchestral Tour 1977 (Thanks Ted)
Moon Fog Prophet - Taunting Tin Bells Through The Mammal Void
Steve Hackett - Wild Orchids
Helmet of Gnats - Helmet of Gnats
Paul winter Consort - Icarus
Yes - Union
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