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Discussion in 'Bass Central' started by Michael777, Jul 5, 2007.
What CD's is Everybody Listening to these Days?
Yellowjackets - 25
Paul Chambers - Mosiac Collection
Brecker Brothers - Heavy Metal BeBop
Flim and the BBs - Tricycle
David Gogo, especially the Vibe album. Everybody listens to it, well at least everybody in my house.
Also just got the new Downchild Live album.
I was Actually turned onto the King Crimson 4 CD Set "The Great Deciever" It is Incredible!!!! Overdriven Bass Sounds At there Best. Also Polytown by Mick Karn, Terry Bozzio and David Torn!!! Fretless Feast on this one!!! Thanks Ed!!!
White Stripes-Icky Thump
Of Montreal-Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? (a rather effeminate dance band with a killer funky bass player who uses flats)
Nekromantix-Life is a Grave and I Dig It (best psychobilly band on the planet)
Devo-bootleg of a recent show in London
Amy Winehouse-Back To Black
portishead - (pick an album, they're all good)
amy winehouse - back to black
ottorino respighi - belkis, queen of sheba (eiji oue, minnesota orchestra)
leonard cohen - best of
big business - (pick an album, they're all good)
jeff buckley - grace
alice in chain - dirt
melvins - houdini
bad company - bad company
stravinsky - the rite of spring (dutoit, montreal symphony)
Nickelback, Coldplay, Yellowjackets, Spyro Gyra, DMB, Brad Paisley, Brian Bromberg, Gerald Veasley, The Jazz Ministry, Michael Manson, Blue October, Maroon 5
Fury in the Slaughterhouse - Pure Live
Toby Keith - Greatest Hits 2
Rush - Snakes and Arrows
Yellow Jackets.. Blue Hats
Victor Bailey ... Low Blow
The Flaming Lips. They are awesome and fuel my pedal GAS.
the elms - the chess hotel
arcade fire - neon bible
corinne bailey rae - self-titled
desperado - bloodied, but unbowed
Rush - Snakes and Arrows
Chris Cornell - Carry On
Megadeth - United Abominations
Linkin Park - Minutes to Midnight
Here is whats in my rotation At the Moment Mike you crazy SOB
Wilco--Sky Blue Sky
Frank Zappa--Joe's Garage I,II, and III
Frank Zappa--Baby Snakes
Screaming Headless Torsos--2005
Phish--New year's Eve 1995
Cake--Prolonging the Magic
The Cramps--Songs the Lord Taught us
Larry Graham--My radio Sure sounds good to me
Tribe called quest--the Low End Thoery
Bob Dylan--Blonde on Blonde
ok I'm getting carried away
Planet X- Quantum (this Brit, Rufus Philpot grooves in odd time signatures like there´s no tomorrow)
Incubus- S.C.I.E.N.C.E , Fungus Amongus ("Dirk" Katunich, was known to have a rig that made people laugh when they saw it and cry when they heard his tone)
Bozzio Levin Stevens - Black Light Syndrome (Tony Levin....no comment)
Deadsy, Midnight Assembly, Metric, In Flames
John Coltrane - Blue Train
Jamiroquai - Traveling Without Moving (thanks to a TB discussion)
Yes - Close To The Edge
Yes - Relayer
Dave Weckl - Multiplicity
Brian Bromberg - Downright Upright
Mahavishnu Orchestra - Lost Trident Sessions
Yo Yo Ma - Bach Cello Suites
so much great music to listen and learn from
Brazillian Girls-Talk to La Bomb
Spoon-Gimme Fiction,Girls Can Tell
Elvis Costello-Greatest Hits
Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos
Elliot Smith-Figure 8
Dino Saluzzi-Ojos Negros
...and usually anything on KCRW
Right now, in no particular order:
Alex de Grassi
Jammin' all through Yahoo Music!
Young Jazz Giants...(2004).
CAB4...(2003)..Jam and Toast
London Elektricity..(2006)...The Land that Time Forgot
Paris Jazz Big Band....Tony Blues...
John Mayer Trio
Ali Farka Toure
6S (a friend's band - check them out on 6Sband.com )
The Black Crowes
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