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What Are You Listening To - The Reckoning

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Joni Mitchell - Shadows and Light. A live DVD with a band featuring Jaco Pastorius and Pat Metheny, plus a guest appearance from The Persuasions. Great performance, excellent recording.

The Grateful Dead - Blues for Allah. Revisiting the very first CD I ever bought. Still good, in the main.

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mod rock at its best. What they look like-check out the hair and tyhe trousers matters as much as what they sound like

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzSF-cgk8-s&feature=related

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Just picked up a still sealed copy of Joe Walsh - But Seriously Folks for £3 from my favourite 2nd hand shop which is a bit of a result.

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Not strictly speaking "listening to" at the mo, but cued up for tonight.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...ames_Episode_1/

A very welcome return to David Quantick's Blaggers Guide.

Thanks for the heads-up! :) I was listening to the 'Jazz' series only last night.

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Baroness were outstanding on Monday night.

Shocked to see on the news tonight that their bus was in a serious accident near Bath last night.

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Judee Sill - Abracadabra. A 2CD set, comprising her two albums, a live gig and a hatful of demos/outtakes.

This isn't folkie strumming; it's genuinely sophisticated writing and arranging. And how someone whose life encompassed alcoholism, armed robbery, prostitution and various drug addictions (up to and including heroin) can write such joyful music is quite remarkable.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd - Skynyrd's Innyrds

The Black Sorrows - Beat Club

Marvin Gaye - What's going on? (Detroit Mix)

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The Specials - Ghost Town (extended edition)

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Frank Zappa - Jazz from Hell

Midlake - The Trials of Von Occupanther

Donald Fagen - The Nightfly

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I'm just listening to the radio and they've played a live version of that Ed Sheeran song A-Team, and it's strange hearing lasses cheer and scream and sing-a-long with what is a desperately sad song.

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Picked up two Rainbow vinyls up today from my favourite 2nd hand shop, Rising and Down To Earth. What a sad loss Ronnie James Dio was,Stargazer on at the minute not bad for £2 each and in great nick after a clean.

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Nat 'King' Cole - After Midnight. It may be a mono recording, but it's almost tangibly real-sounding.

...followed by my personally-selected Stevie Wonder playlist. Tracks from all the classic mid-period albums, with the sappy stuff removed. Joyful and frequently mind-expanding.

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