What are you listening to and WHY might anyone be interested?


#2707

Excellent on vinyl Dave :slight_smile:


#2708

Gabriel’s “Melt” album is my personal favourite, and “Family Snapshot” always gives me goosebumps, no matter how often I’ve listened to it, down the years. :hushed:


#2709

The B-52’S - Cosmic Thing, on first UK vinyl pressing. Not heard this in a while and time to give it a spin as it’s a true late 80s gem. Channel Z, Love Shack and Roam my favs, but it’s all good!


#2710

I know, I bought it when it was first released, I still play it today :slight_smile:

I love his live DVD’d as well, you can never get too much PG :slight_smile:


#2711

Robin Trower - Victims of the Fury - WAV CD rip
Another disc from the new boxset, and more classy blues and folk influenced rock. He’s a very very fine gittar player.


#2712

Gabriel’s best album in my view, and he’s made some good ones.


#2713

My favourite Free album. It has a special place in my heart as I saw them perform much of it live.


#2714

1994

Marillion - Brave (Deluxe extended double album)


#2715


#2716

Beaux Arts Trio - Beethoven Piano Trios 1&2, WAV CD rip
Early Beeth9ven (Op. 1), still showing the classical period influence, lovely attractive music with a typically classy and lively performance from rhe Beaux Arts, lovely fluid piano from Pressler.


#2717

Joe Cocker - Sheffield Steel.

With Sly and Robbie onboard, how could Joe go wrong?

Probably his finest album, IMHO.


#2718

Coldcut. Outside the echo chamber. 2017

More a collaborative compilation, as ever from Adrian Sherwood with Matt and Jon.


#2719

Just ordered this (Thanks PB) and Jennifer Warnes’ Famous Blue Raincoat (Thanks @Eoink). Earlier Natalie Merchant- Natalie Merchant (Thanks @blackdogbarking). Waiting for Kacey Musgraves Same Trailer Different Park to arrive shortly (Thanks @MDS). Don’t need to worry about CD storage with my new toy.

Phil


#2720

It’s what this thread is all about, Phil. I’ve lost count of the number of wonderful recommendations I’ve benefitted from on here.

Mike


#2721

image

Haven’t played any Lana Del Rey for a while.


#2722


2 x LP - Rhino 2016 reissue : )

The Tori Amos album i’m most familiar with, after purchasing a freshly released CD copy back in 1996 and which got frequent plays on the system i had then back along - CDS player / 72-hicap-250 / SBLs.
The old system may have moved on ~ but the CD remains in my collection, but i know it’s blighted with CD bronzing bad enough to become no longer playable.
This vinyl Rhino reissue purchased a couple of years ago is doing an excellent job as a substitute : )


#2723

I hope you enjoy it :blush:


#2724

It’s a fantastic place this thread isn’t it Phil? People sharing their musical loves and finding new music through each other’s posts.


#2725

That was the first Tori Amos album I bought and it remained my only one for quite a few years. Until I joined this forum when my collection of her albums suddenly expanded quite fast. I seem to remember dayjay gave me several recommendations (his wife being big Tori fan). Don’t think I’ve seen dayjay on the new forum yet.


#2726

Ursula Rucker. Ma’at mama. 2006.