Stevie R Vaughan "CSTW" MFSL UD1S
the long game
just released... excellent!
Jimbo Mathus/Andrew Bird "These 13"
Still Bach .
I cannot say better....
Music trends change
very quickly, so classical music is always a priority for me,
classical music is timeless.
Anything that does not include a drum machine.
I am looking forward in reading this thread.
Lucinda Williams "Runnin' Down a Dream" a tribute to Tom Petty
Norah Jones "Til We Meet Again" Live
Nick Waterhouse "Promenade Blue"
Amy Winehouse "At The BBC"
Morgan Wade's new album "Reckless"...I can't stop listening to it! Beautiful voice, great songwriting and perfect production.
John Hiatt w/The Jerry Douglas Band
Tom Petty "Finding Wildflowers"
Liz Stringer "First Time Really Feeling"
my new favorite lp!
Fountains Of Wayne "Welcome Interstate Managers"
Rhiannon Giddens "They're Calling Me Home"
Cooley, Hood, Isbell "Live at the Shoals Theatre"
4 lp box
Blood, Swear & Tears
"Music trends change
very quickly, so classical music is always a priority for me, classical music is timeless"
Who told you you have to follow trends. . . or that the only choices are
1) Classical or 2) whatever's trendy at the moment?
Hiss Golden Messenger "Quietly Blowing It"
Rose City Band "Earth Trip"
The Mountain Goats "Dark in Here"
Joni Mitchell "The Reprise Albums"
for jazz fans
hays street hart
’all things are’
celebrating billy hart’s 80th... live set @smoke jazz club in nyc, beautiful sound, even more beautiful music
Lucinda Williams "Southern Soul"
Looking forward to hearing Southern Soul @slaw. Gonna pick up it and Rodney Crowell's new one this weekend. Haven't yet decided which version of All Things Must Pass to get.
John Prine "Live @ The Other End"
My music friend ordered the Uber box!
"With These Hands" Alejandro Escovado
Drake - Laugh Now Cry Later (Official Music Video) ft. Lil Durk
The Black Keys "Delta Kream"
Black Acid Soul by Lady Blackbird currently way ahead of other stuff for me this year. Best new female vocalist for a long time.
You beat me to it.
I hope they come out with a CD.
I just ordered 2 copies of this in LP form yesterday, I'll give one away as a Christmas present.
mahughes & nonoise great recommendation.
Amy Helm "What the Flood Leaves Behind'
The new album by Low inevitably joins the list.
Bela Fleck "My Bluegrass Heart". !!!
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Neil Young - 1970 Carnegie Hall recording is pretty sweet. Loving It.
Jose Gonzalez "Local Valley"
Thought about the Carnegie set but already own Massey Hall and Young Shakespear, both of which, were recorded within the same year.
Thank you for posting. My copy is enroute next week.