what an album
Cornell Hockey - LETS GO RED!
Ravi Shankar's "The Spirit of India"
Yup, it's that kind of day.
So, for the first time since moving to my new digs I have a REAL computer with a kickass and VERYLOUD soundsystem. I figgered the best way to get to know my neighbors was with a great 'change-up' cd like this.
Atlas Losing Grip- State of Unrest
Cobra Skulls- Agitations
Have Nots- Proud
Chuck Ragan- Covering Groud
Nothington- Borrowed Time
Today I dragged out my 3 recoed set of Frank Zappa's "Shut Up N Play Yer Guitar"
Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Because Frank could not give a Rat's A%% about being a "Top 40" artist most people have no idea how great of a guitar player he was. This 3 Lp set (2 CD's) is a collection of improved solo's done at many live events.
I highly recomend this one.
Frank Zappa - Treacherous Cretins - 1984, Los Angeles (audio) - YouTube
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Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andrew Litton - Stravinsky, Le sacre du printemps
What a fantastic record.
Originally Posted by Watti
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