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After reading this thread, I have concluded that we have almost the exact same taste in music
I am quite interested in knowing your reason for listing two Miles Davis Albums but leaving off Kinda Blue
Absolutely not being confrontational, just curious is all
I have a friend who knew a friend of John Coltrane's casually and she told him a great story about Miles
John told Miles he was having trouble figuring out how to get out of a solo on a certain song
Miles told him "Just stop playing"
I also would like to know what you thought of Miles TuTu album
It has become my co favorite and is pretty mind boggling when you think there is almost 30 years between Tutu and Kinda Blue
You have fantastic taste in music
This post was edited by BlemBlam3 15 months ago
Spotify needs to add Pink Floyd & Zeppelin ASAP. Beatles too obviously but considerign how long it took them to get on iTunes god only knows when they'll get added.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Wow. Cool. How much time did you spend with Peter tosh and band?
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
I love Kind of Blue, and "So What" is one of the best and most identifiable jazz songs ever. I guess I just prefer In a Silent Way and Tribute to Jack Johnson better.
Ranking Miles Davis albums is like ranking Beatles albums, damn near impossible.
For all of you on Spotify what is your handle? I want to add some of you to my favorites.
Not nearly as much as with The Wailers, but his Lead player, Donald Kinsey was a pretty good friend
And I knew Santa and Fully very well from working with Soul Syndicate and later on Fully and Tony Chin both migrated tioOrange County, and I was in a band with Tony for a few years abd he is still a dear friend
I heard they have a boxed CD set with everything he ever recorded
@ BlemBlam: You know Junior Marvin [Junior hanson]?
This post was edited by ftlaudcock 15 months ago
Haven't heard about a box set, but I've really been digging the session recordings for his classic albums (Kind of Blue, In a Silent Way, Bitches Brew, etc.).
Decided i'd put it on now. Awesome album. On The Beach at seven minutes long is perfect. I've always loved WSP's cover of Vampire Blues, especially since Herring joined the band. I go Houser > Herring all day long in general but his hard hitting style is spot on for their version of the song.
Definitely Houser > Herring. I like Herring's solo efforts and Aquarium Rescue Unit, but don't like him with Panic. Only seen them twice since Herring joined, though.
Also, have you listened to the Phish Chicago '94 box set? I've had SBD recordings for awhile now, but the sound is top notch with this official release.
I listened to it on Spotify right when it came out & yes it's excellent. The Maze from that show is a personal favorite.
Maze is one of my favorites as well. When I saw them in '11 in Alpharetta, first night they played Maze. It was incredible and Trey hit the notes perfectly. That was the night I realized Trey could still shred.
3 more additions for my top Rock album honorable mentions: Radiohead - Kid A, Tool - AEnima, and Lateralus.
how did you like the mogwai tracks A2? did you listen to an album or two?
I listened to most of Mr. Beast, and started listening to Come On Die Young. I really like what I listened to.
I knew him when he was playing with Bob, and I knew his wife at the time, a beautiful Uptown Brown Jamaican girl named Debbie Whittingham
But that was thirty years ago
Last time I saw him was naybe seven years after Bob died when they were touring and I was living in Orlando
But I was much closer to Al Anderson and Tyrone Downie
After Orlando I lived in Lauderhill and then Deerfield Beach
What part if Lauderdale do you live in?
My daughter and his daughter cheerled [cheerleaded?] together a couple of years ago
Wonder if he is still married to Debbie? She was extremely pretty and very sweet.
I didnt know he was living in Broward
OK Computer is at the top for me when it comes to Radiohead albums. No Surprises is a great song. Everything about it is so simple but it works, and Subterranean Homesick Alien is just eerily awesome.
This post was edited by ksred 15 months ago
I don't think so. his daughter's Mom is Brazilian. Mom's last name is Vaz, and the daughter's last name was Vaz-Marvin-Kerr (I guess his legal name is Junior Marvin-Kerr??).
I think he was still a resident of Jamaica at that time
For me Ok Computer and In Rainbows is tied for tops.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
There are Vaz's in Jamaica too
Douglas Vaz wss a very prominent JLP Minister and his son Daryl is in the news right now because of his involvment in a bribery scandal, he had to resign his posts
Juniors first wife I believe still goes by Whittingham- Kerr
Had his Hanson--Now Hear This album back in the day.
He can play for sure
1. Nirvana- MTV Unplugged
2. Snoop Dog- Doggystyle
3. Tupac- The Don Killuminati
4. R. Kelly- R.
5. Gnarls Barkley- St Elsewhere
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