Non-Macca CD of the Moment

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Re: Non-Macca CD of the Moment

Postby EddieV » Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:09 am

Beauty and Ruin Bob Mould.
He has done it Again great album!!
Now junior behave yourself
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Re: Non-Macca CD of the Moment

Postby mr h atom » Tue Jul 01, 2014 6:41 am

agreed...that's 3 pretty great albums in a row: 'life and times', 'silver age' and this.....powerful stuff
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Re: Non-Macca CD of the Moment

Postby lobbybobby » Tue Nov 25, 2014 8:10 pm

james1985 wrote:Enjoying new ones from the Hold Steady and the War On Drugs this week


The War On Drugs album is just absolutely stunning.

Picked it up about six weeks ago and probably listened to it 50 times.

It's an album that must be listened to from beginning to end with no skips.

I had never heard of them before, wish I would have paid more attention to James's post and picked it up earlier.
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Re: Non-Macca CD of the Moment

Postby efghijiloveyou » Thu Nov 27, 2014 2:13 am

I've been revisiting many of Bob Dylan's Bootleg Series albums. I'm always amazed at the high quality of Dylan's output that went unreleased for so long. My favorites are Vol. 4: The Royal Albert Hall Concert (such a fantastic live album, not only in the performance but also the great sound), Vol. 7: No Direction Home (if you love his mid-sixties period and you like alternate takes, this is a must-have), Vol. 8: Tell Tale Signs (astonishingly good late period Dylan, featuring some mind-blowingly good stuff). The man's choices of what to put on and what to leave off his albums are as enigmatic as he himself is! The collection of "hits" called simply Dylan also has some great exclusive tracks: "Things have changed" is found here, and is one of his best songs, I think; great late-period Dylan. Also there's a truly great live performance of "Can't Wait". It seems Dylan is so prolific, one has to scour even greatest hits collections for terrific exclusive tracks.
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