Whats on your turntable tonight?


For me its the first or very early LP's of:
Allman Brothers - "Allman Joys" "Idyllwild South"
Santana - "Santana" 200 g reissue
Emerson Lake and Palmer - "Emerson Lake and Palmer"
and,
Beethoven - "Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major" Rudolph Serkin/Ozawa/BSO
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LOW / Drums & guns 
Of Montreal / False Priest 
You're welcome tomic! I agree that is a great album 

Phish / Big boat 
Cool tomic. I missed that one :-(
The Golden Palominos / OAO
Death Vessel / Island intervals 
Songs:Ohia / Axxess & ace
Bowie / Station to station
Will do slaw, thanks!

Nicolai Dunger / Sweat her kiss 
3 or 4 systems... She is a keeper!!

The Fiery Furnaces / I'm going away
Godspeed You! Black Emperor / Yanqui 
uber, You've only been married for 20 years? Man you're still in the honeymoon phase, surprised you have time to listen to music at all!!! Happy anniversary uber. Treat her well & she may let you stick around for another 20 years. That is as far as my marriage advise goes. :-)
Mark Lanegan / Blues funeral
MV & EE / Mother of thousands
It's amazing any of the rock stars from the 70's are alive. That was a different era for sure. Surprised I even lived through it (lol)
I'll be with you for a couple hours yet...
Blitzen Trapper / American goldwing 
That is awesome slaw, I'm sure she enjoyed that. 

Psychic Temple / III
Pere Ubu / The tenement year
Matt Valentine / What I became
Bardo Pond / Peri

Grateful Dead / Reckoning

Phish / Story of the ghost

REM / Document

Bob Dylan / Bootleg
I've been very impressed with most all of Bob's albums since Time out of mind, the exceptions being his latest and the Christmas album. Modern times is awesome. 
David Bowie / The man who sold the world, Space oddity, Hunky dory, Aladin sane. Its a shame he's gone. 
Porcupine Tree / Recordings 
Radiohead / Ok computer 
Constantine / Day of light
The Fiery Furnaces / Blueberry boat
The Clientele / Music for the age of miracles 
Baptist Generals / Jackleg devotional 

Awesome shelf slaw!
Anna Burch / Quit the curse
A certain Ratio / Sextet 
Miles Davis / TuTu 
Wooden Wand / Death seat
Grateful Dead / Ready or not
Badger, I saw a car cruising around town a while back with a "Joes Garage" outer licence plate ring on it. I need one of those! 

moe.
More moe. (they are sounding awesome tonight!)

moe. / No doy 
Land Of Kush / Against the day 

The last two selections of mine are from a label called "Constellation". The bands they feature are off the beaten path (for sure) and innovative for the most part, but I haven't bought an album from them that hasn't been great from a sound quality standpoint. 
Clem Snide / Hungry bird 
Mark Lanegan / Blues funeral 
Silver Mt. Zion / This is our punk rock
Congratulations on the Spatial's uber!  Almost pulled the trigger on a pair of those a couple years ago. From what I've read (& now you confirmed), they are really good. 
I don't know uber. My wife came home with an 8 pack yesterday though. I laughed :-) 
uber, Your wife is an over achiever for sure :-)
Nick Cave / Dig Lazarus Dig
Nick Cave / Skeleton tree
Good ol hippy music. Love it slaw