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So, what CD's did you get?

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Petary791, Dec 25, 2005.


  1. Petary791

    Petary791

    Feb 20, 2005
    Michigan, USA
    What CD's did you guys get for Christmas? I got a pretty big loot this year.

    Dream Theater:
    -When Dream and Day Unite
    -Images and Words
    -Awake
    -Falling Into Infinity


    Yeah, i'm a DT slut.

    Sean Malone:
    -Gordian Knot

    Tony Levin Band:
    -Double Espresso

    King Crimson:
    -Discipline
    -Beat


    And then I got Dream Theater's Metropolis 2000: Scenes From New York DVD. AWWWWW YEAH!!!! :hyper:
     
  2. Figjam

    Figjam

    Aug 5, 2003
    Boston, MA
    I wish to assemble some funk/jazz cds to purchase for my bday

    So far im thinking Marcus Miller -m Squared as a definite, (i alrewady have the files i just want a real copy)
    I also want Stanley Clarke and Mark King stuff, any more recomendations for some nice slap stuff?
     
  3. nick g.

    nick g. Supporting Member

    Nov 9, 2003
    Chandler, Arizona
    Dream Theater:
    Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
    Octavarium
    Scenes From New York (I know, DVD)
    Eventually, in order:
    When Dream and Day Unite
    Metropolis Pt. II
    Images and Words
    Awake
    Falling Into Infinity

    Megadeth:
    Greatest Hits - Back to the Start (CD/DVD)
    Eventually, in order:
    Rust in Peace
    Youthanasia
    Countdown to Extinction
     
  4. Petary791

    Petary791

    Feb 20, 2005
    Michigan, USA

    Nice dude! We're DT sluts together! I have now completed my DT discography after today.

    Does your DVD have the burning New York Skyline too, or did I get the rare version?
     
  5. Thrice - Vheissu

    Dropkick Murphys - Sing Loud, Sing Proud
     
  6. Redhotbassist

    Redhotbassist

    Oct 19, 2002
    England
    Deftones - Around the fur

    Great cd!
     
  7. HaVIC5

    HaVIC5

    Aug 22, 2003
    Brooklyn, NYC
    Edger Meyer/Mark O'Connor/Yo-yo Ma - Applachia Waltz
    Edger Meyer/Mark O'Connor/Yo-yo Ma - Applachian Journey
    Richard Bona - Reverance
     
  8. nick g.

    nick g. Supporting Member

    Nov 9, 2003
    Chandler, Arizona
    I can't remember. I only looked at the case when I bought it with my uncle; we haven't opened anything yet.
     
  9. Petary791

    Petary791

    Feb 20, 2005
    Michigan, USA
    Ah ok. When you open it, look on the inside cover and tell me if the skyline's on fire.
     
  10. FunkSlap89

    FunkSlap89

    Apr 26, 2005
    Albany, NY
    AC/DC - Back in Black

    Allman Brothers Band - Eat a Peach


    i couldn't think of anything else... im satisfied though
     
  11. mike sancho

    mike sancho SANCH

    Feb 10, 2004
    Milwaukee, WI
    Isreal and the New Breed Live in South Africa.
     
  12. JimK

    JimK

    Dec 12, 1999
    Miles Davis--The Cellar Door Sessions 1970...Michael Henderson on bass. Nice booklet included. Keith Jarrett basically calls out Marcus Miller for MM's comments made on last year's Electric MIles: Isle Of Wight DVD. In short, Jarrett sez Miller doesn't know what he's talking about.

    Oteil Burbridge--Blessing. Funky stuff in an Allman Bros. vibe(sorta).

    The Budos Band--The Budos Band. Bass Player recently reviewed this...they're classified as "Afro Soul". I agree. All the tracks are instrumental & harken back to old school R&B/Funk bands. Nice cover of Sly & TFS's "Sing A Simple Song".

    Electric Masada--Live At The Mountains Of Madness. High energy/octane from John Zorn, Marc Ribot, et al. Trevor Dunn on bass.

    Massacre--Killing Time. Noise & energy from Fred Frith & Bill Laswell. Thankfully, each tune runs only a couple minutes. ;)

    Barry Guy/London Jazz Composers Orchestra--Study II/Stringer. I will need to spend mucho time with this.

    My baptism into the Japanese Free Jazz scene-
    Otomo Yoshihide New Jazz Quintet--Live
    Otomo Yoshihide New Jazz Quintet--Flutter


    ...and-
    The Waitresses--Live: King Bisquit Flower Hour.
    Helluva lot better than I ever anticipated. Tracy Wormworth is bad!
    They can pull off "Christmas Wrapping" live, too.
     
  13. Stabone1972

    Stabone1972

    Sep 10, 2005
    Dekalb
    Cd:
    Allman Brothers Box Set
    Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble Box Set
    Chess Bluess Box Set

    Dvds:
    Alvin Lee; Live at Rockpalast
    The Doors; Live in Europe 1968
    The Doobie Brothers; Live at Wolf Trap
    Band of Gypsys; Live at the Fillmore East
    Humble Pie; The Life & Times of Steve Marriott
    Jethro Tull: Isle of Wight 1970

    Came away pretty good
     
  14. Squidfinger

    Squidfinger I wish I could sing like Rick Danko.

    Jan 7, 2004
    Shreveport LA
    Danzig---II
    Danzig---III
    Beck---Mellow Gold
    Metal Church---s/t
    Vinnie Vincent Invasion---s/t
    Clutch---Blast Tyrant
     
  15. P. Aaron

    P. Aaron Supporting Member

    My 11 year old son got a Green Day Live CD. Lots of swearing on the disc to add ostensible credibility to all that anti-establishment 'teen angst'.

    'Dude just play the song.
     
  16. Petary791

    Petary791

    Feb 20, 2005
    Michigan, USA
    Agreed. :rolleyes:
     
  17. Against Will

    Against Will Supporting Member

    Dec 10, 2003
    Big Sound Central
    John Coltrane "Giant Steps" (fave 'Trane album so far, had it on my computer, now I own it officially)
    Art Blakey & the Jazz Messangers "Moanin'"
    Cannonball Adderly "Somethin' Else"
    Dexter Gordon "Go"
    Freddie Hubbard "Red Clay"
    Thelonious Monk Quartet w/ John Coltrane "At Carnegie Hall"
    Gogol Bordello "Underdog World Strike" (my brother was really into these guys and let me burn a copy of their 2nd cd. I dug it but lost the CD. Now I got this, and I really want to see their live show.)

    And the kicker! *drum roll*

    Charles Mingus "Passions of a Man: The Complete Atlantic Recordings 1956-1961" 5 discs, 7 albums (6 of his own and one that he played on) + extra disc with an hour-long interview + embarrasingly thorough liner notes= Heaven for anyone who loves Mingus as much as I do (and doesn't already have all his atlantic releases already).


    Jazz is the most expensive music I collect, so it's most economical to ask for it for christmas and my birthday; thus devoting my other resources to acquiring more bargain-priced music. I haven't listened to any of it yet (except the Mingus) because I'm not on much of a jazz kick right now. But when I am....oh momma!
     
  18. Mind Eroded

    Mind Eroded Supporting Member

    Apr 25, 2003
    Brooklyn/Buffalo, NY
    Atomic Bitchwax-self titled
    Monster Magnet-Superjudge
     
  19. Baryonyx

    Baryonyx Banned

    Jul 11, 2005
    Marathon Man
    I'd check out Stan's eponymous album and "If this bass could only talk", they rock! And I got "Influences" by Mark king, it's very very good...the first track (18:00 of prog funk) ends with a blazing slap solo from King...

    I also got "The best of Larry Graham and Graham Central Station" and "Elegant Punk" by Jonas Hellborg. All great stuff!

    And as for nice slap stuff, I'm listening to Kings Of Sleep by Stu hamm now...get it if you don't have it!
     
  20. Prahainspring

    Prahainspring

    Oct 22, 2002
    New Jersey
    Herbie Hancock - Headhunters
    Brand X - Moroccan Roll, Unorthodox Behavior
    King Crimson - The Great Deceiver (four CD box set of live material from 1973-1974. Comes with a big book of all sorts of interesting stuff).