Slipped my mind that the first track on Sefronia is Dolphins which is on the first Third Mind album.
She has a wonderful voice, I’ve been playing golf with her dad most days for nearly 20 years @markah
Sounds like a plan.
I’m not an audiobook listener - too much music to listen to - but I liked what my mate/boss in the shop was telling me about The Beastie Boys audiobook. He said Adam & Mike narrate most of it, but when it covers matters and events pertaining to England Jarvis Cocker narrates their words. Sheffield meets New York.
It’s a fantastic book, too. Very Beasties: inventive, funny, informative, and highly entertaining.
Great pics and lists of DJ sets and fave albums too.
One of the best books I’ve read for capturing the essence of both a scene they grew up in and moved on from, namely, American punk, hardcore into hip hop, and then their own emergence from teenagers into young adults.
And I’m still on the same album - tho moved to disc 3….
Elton John and Leon Russell - The Union.
2010 CD Rip To FLAC.
An excellent collaboration featuring appearances by Booker T. Jones, Neil Young, Robert Randolph and Brian Wilson.
Fabulous recordings on the Chandos label …and a SACD…wow …I bet it sounds amazing their normal red book CDs in my collection are very very good…
Some lovely classical you have posted tonight
Wishing you a fine evening
Tony Joe White | The Shine | 2010
The swamp man doing his very fine thing, his voice has always been like playing lullabies to my various dogs who have always just loved his voice… go figure?
Bad Company Live. 2002.
No Mick Ralphs, but Dave Colwell does a great job.
- Paul Rodgers – vocals, arranger, guitar, piano
- Dave Colwell – guitar, background vocals
- Jaz Lochrie – bass, background vocals
- Simon Kirke – drums, percussion, background vocals
Smiley Smile. The 2012 master.
Possibly better than the Pastmasters version I usually opt for when wanting to hear it in flat transferred mono.
I wish The Beatles’ albums were released in mono/stereo packs, too.
These Beach Boys CD from 2012 were released without much fanfare but have become highly regarded, and rightly so, since then.
Just discovered the latest from one of my favourite blues musicians - sadly released posthumously. Slow late night blues. Really great music.,