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Old 01-04-2020, 10:10 AM
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I’ve been smiling ear to ear with this post, Phil. Enjoy that fantastic instrument -
Here's another one you might enjoy, Jaden. Not a harp but a 7-string Furch, tune written and played by Adrian Bellue:



Makes me want one of those 7-string Emerald fan-frets...

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The current disc in my car is "Stage Fright" by The Band...

Gerry Mulligan's "Paraiso" is coming next... LOVE Jane DuBoc's singing... sigh...
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Been listening to the greatest hits of the Allman Brothers for the last week or so during my commute to work.
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Here's another one you might enjoy, Jaden. Not a harp but a 7-string Furch, tune written and played by Adrian Bellue:



Makes me want one of those 7-string Emerald fan-frets...

Phil
Wow - easily approachable to listen to & memorable/ hum-able, yet virtuosic and pushing the boundaries of what the acoustic guitar is capable of. Maybe that kind of paradox is common to genius.
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Rush: Test For Echo (1996) on 3 sides of vinyl

The Rush catalogue is so deep that in some polls fans ranked this LP near least favourite, but yet among others near the best - count me in the latter camp - layers of guitars & guitar driven
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Iced Earth. A 30 minute, 3 song trilogy on the Civil War.
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I always stream Spotify at home and in my car. today I felt nostalgic and was listening to Roxette thinking about her passing away last month perhaps because we were about the same age and the late 80s in the mid 90s were such a fun time. God bless her.
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My Steve Earle Pandora station recently rolled in The Dirt Drifters and I think I have liked every song from them so far and just this past week The Steel Drivers dropped into rotation and I'm really diggin' them.
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The Eminent J.J. Johnson, Volume Two

J.J. Johnson, trombone
With Paul Chambers, Charles Mingus and friends

Blue Note Records (on cd)
2001 Rudy Van Gelder (himself, the eminent) Remaster

From September 24, 1954 and June 6, 1955

Classic American jazz really doesn’t get much better than this
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Early 20s jazz - King Oliver, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Original Memphis 5, New Orleans Owls, & many others - an incredibly rich & creative period of 20th century music, & so much of it miraculously captured on recordings - & the quality of modern remastering is able to bring out the majesty of it.
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