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I assume that some of us still listen to CDs, right?
Jailbreak - Thin Lizzy Jar of Flies - Alice In Chains Ted Nugent (debut) Dirty Deeds - AC/DC On Every Street - Dire Straits Zebra (yes, Zebra) - debut Wrecking Ball - Emmylou Harris Screaming Cheetah Wheelies - debut, Magnolia Back Door Slam (debut) Humble Pie - Smokin' Bobby Darin's Greatest Hits Dream Theater - A Change of Seasons
No, I usually IPhone everything or MP3 it... I dock it and go.
But, what I'm listening to as of late --
Demo stuff from my band Matthew Good - Vancouver u2 - POP u2 - No Line On the horizon Modest Mouse - all of it Echo & The bunnymen Van Halen - Diver Down The Who - all of it... Everything. Greatest band ever. Well, 1 of 5 greatest bands ever.
That's easy. The rotation has not changed for, like, 4 months -- but now I realize I don't know some of the titles haha. I will have to go look later.
Pete Townsend, Empty Glass Franz Ferdinand, forget the title XTC, forget the title Ting Tings, forget the title (but they just have one, right?) Best of ELO Best of Cure Rush, 2112 Lou Reed, New York (very under-rated) Beatles, Sgt. Pepper Rod Stewart, Every Picture Tells a Story
Muddy Waters, Hard Again John Coltrane, Early works Head East, Flat as a pancake Casting Crowns, Best of... Tool, Tool Black Sabbath, Neon Knights Frank Zappa, Zoot Alures Allan Parsons Project, Turn of a friendly card Canned Heat, Boogie With Canned Heat Rush, All the world's a stage
Bert, Loe Reed, New York is hands down one of my Favs of all time. Just saw Rush again a few weeks ago in Austin. Better than ever and I have seen them many times, but man are they on their game.
"Love Supreme" is great as well - don't know "Africa Brass", I'll have to check that out.
So I had forgotten that I ordered a Coltrane DVD and I found it unopened one day. Popped it in, and Trane is just playing, calm as can be, but wailing - and who walks out on stage and starts to duet with him? Stan Getz. Almost fell on the floor and genuflected.
Although I appreciate the authenticity and ownership that comes with a CD (and giving something back to a group or artist whose output you value) I can't say I buy the fraction of what I used to. Like internet porn, its just too easy nowadays to share the sh?t out of it with friends and get all your music for free.
I got an almost full 80GB iPod dock in my auto so the rotation is pretty wide and varied. I'm going through my library at the moment from A-Z and deleting stuff I don't want. I'm currently on the letters M & N:
- The Mars Volta (De-Loused at the Comatorium & Frances The Mute)
- Mad Season - (Above)
- Midfield General (Generalisation)
- Miles Davis (Kind of Blue)
- Modest Mouse (Everything bar their first album & EPs)
- Mogwai (Everything)
- Morphine (Cure For Pain)
- Mr. Lif (Mo' Mega)
- Muse (Showbiz & Origin of Symmetry)
- Mylo (Destroy Rock & Roll)
- Nico (Various)
- Nick Cave & Bad Seeds (All his studio albums & some live stuff)
- Nina Simone (Compilation)
- Nine Inch Nails (The Downwards Spiral & With Teeth)
Needless to say, none of the above are getting the chop.
I also listen to a lot of podcasts and the occasional audiobook.