What are you listening to in 2022 and why might anyone be interested

Annette Peacock - I’m The One

Released when AP was a Mainman recording artiste.

The title track is one of the great female vocal performances.

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1988 - The Smiths // Rank (Live)

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Alela Diane, cusp. :relaxed:

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Great sounding record. I wonder how the pending MOFI release is going to compare. My early uk pressing sounds tremendous, but still very tempted by the MOFI, despite all of the recent hyped controversy.

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Alela Diane, the pirate’s gospel. Haven’t actually tried this before from Alela Diane. Today is the day. :relaxed:

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Diane Birch, Bible Belt. :relaxed:

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Dominique Fils-Aimé – Nameless
CD|2018

Curiosity got the better of me, having seen Dominique’s albums posted here frequently. First listen.

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Patty Griffin – Tape
CD|2022

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Thought I’d have a classics day. Not my most played Beatle album but you could hardly dismiss it. Think The Day in the Life is one of their finest tracks and a fitting way to end a masterpiece especially in this hir res remix.

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Carole King Tapestry, don’t think there’s a bad track on the album

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This is a fantastic album.

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Neil Young Harvest

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Now playing…

Bill Frisell - Guitar in the Space Age

Bill Frisell (Electric Guitar), Greg Leisz (Pedal Steel, Electric Guitar), Tony Scherr (Bass, Acoustic Guitar) and Kenny Wollesen (Drums, Percussion, Vibes).

Streaming on NAS (44.1/16)… spending a Saturday night with Bill, Greg, Tony and Kenny and the music is sounding mighty sweet! I do love this album…

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Continuing with my classics, Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust

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Stevie Wonder - Talking Book

Stevie Wonder (ARP Synthesizer, Drums, Harmonica, Keyboards, Moog Synthesizer, Synthesizer, Vocals), Gloria Barley (Vocals), Gloria Barley (Vocals), Jeff Beck (Guitar, Acoustic Guitar)Shirley Brewer (Vocals), Malcolm Cecil (Moog Synthesizer), Scott Edwards (Bass), Howard “Buzz” Feiten (Guitar), Jim Gilstrap (Vocals), Lani Groves (Vocals), Delores Harvin (Vocals), Loris Harvin (Vocals), Trevor Lawrence (Alto Saxophone), Steve Madaio (Trumpet), Steve Madalo (Trumpet), Robert Margouleff (Moog Synthesizer), Ray Parker, Jr. (Guitar, Acoustic Guitar), David Sanborn (Alto Saxophone, Vocals), Deniece Williams (Vocals), Dennis Williams (Vocals), Wilson (Vocals), and Daniel Ben Zebulon (Congas, Percussion).

Streamed on Qobuz (192/24)… Just about finishing up with this fantastic album from Stevie and the fabulous group of supporting musicians and they sounded sublime! A trip back in time some 50+ years, gone in the blink of an eye, or so it can seam on some days…

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That’s all it seems to take, a blink. On the bright side we’re so much wiser (apparently). :grin:

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…yes a blink of an eye, I recollect a lot of what was happening in 60’s and 70’s era more than the 80’s and 90’s, then the 2000’s and 2010’s and start of 2020’s is more of a real sheet show… if you know what I mean…

I would not wanted to have missed a day of any of it… better than the alternative.

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Yes so true, I’m just flipping through my classics. It does start to slow down once you leave the 70s. Think in the 80/90s we were too busy trying to eek out our place, earn a living and start families.

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Wasn’t a great fan of 80/90’s music by and large anyway so that helped forget about it

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