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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:49 pm 
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The latest Neil Halstead album "Palindrome Hunches"


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From The Lowlands, the new album from Tom McRae. Finally a product in more or less the same vein as his wonderful debut.


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Duncan Browne over and over again...


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Saw it written and I saw it say
Got "Pink Moon" for my birthday

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Right now I'm listening to:
- John Martyn
- Francoise Hardy
- Nick Drake
- Bert Jansch
- The Avett Brothers
- Elliott Smith
- The Black Keys
- Belle and Sebastian
- Bridget St. John


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Over the past few nights it's been:

Red House Painters- Songs For A Blue Guitar

Neil Halstead- Palindrome Hunches

Anne Briggs- The Time Has Come

Josh T. Pearson- Last Of The Country Gentlemen

Hammock- Departure Songs

...and Pink Moon, haha!

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Dave Brubeck, today

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The Ballad Of Easy Rider...The Byrds

So damn great!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNjzzDNIJWw

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Tears For Fears' output - lately Elemental and Raoul And The Kings Of Spain. I stupidly lost track of them and had no idea that Roland Orzabal has been carrying on for the last 20 years, and putting out some really good stuff. "Killing With Kindness" is dang near a perfect pop song - I love it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBCMUyhXbOg

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Lovely Linda...Ronstadt 1971
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFlUvQI2rZE

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CRAZY LADY BLUES...yeah, sweet Sandy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVWVd9xwZBY

SO good.

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Ride The Wind--The Youngbloods
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxTE3B52RN0&feature=kp

For me, one of the finest songs ever written, performed or recorded -- it takes me places no other song can...i ride the wind.

If you don't know it, a must listen.

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Holy River by Space Opera
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ega67x3O4s4

This one has me hooked for life and I just discovered this band...
whose roots go back to a 1964 Texas rock & roll band--The Mods and a later 60's psych folk rock incarnation (Whistler, Chaucer, Detroit & Greenhill), and finally to their apex as Space Opera.

Quite brilliant--12 string and electric guitar shredding at its very best, and harmonies to match the best of the likes of the Byrds, Springfield, Poco... and some arrangements & raga improvs that have drawn comparisons to the intricacy of a Zappa composition...doesn't get better!

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Hendra, the new album from Ben Watt. His first album, North Marine Drive, was released in 1983 and I've played that one very often. The new one is more electric, but still has some of those typical acoustic guitar-patterns from the first LP. Watt worked in the past with Robert Wyatt of Soft Machine-fame and his solo-recordings. On this CD he works with Bernard Butler, Martin Ditcham, Steve Pearce, Ewan Pearson and Pink Floyd-guitarist/singer David Gilmour.


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JASON ISBELL ....and the 400 Unit...brilliant!

Decoration Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kwyh3zQ6vPg


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