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Listening now to this stereo/mono CD.

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Here’s another old favorite...

David Crosby/Graham Nash - Whistling Down The Wire

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My goodness, such beautiful music.
Continuing on with their beautiful music...

Graham Nash, David Crosby

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I wish they'd just kiss and make up......

 
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Whoa Jan, those are some seriously heavy wave beams there :eek:

But now that I see Vinnie Moore; I seem to remember him as being one of the cats that made one of those floppy record thingies I have from Guitar Player magazine back in the 80's :unsure:
Edit- found 'em (I've got about 30 different ones)
This one is actually double sided; and on the flip side is "Hubert Sumlin" (guitarist for Howlin' Wolf) doing "Down In The Bottom"
This is from the Feb. 1987 issue.
***Now where is that thread that was discussing these "Soundsheets"???***

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Whoa Jan, those are some seriously heavy wave beams there :eek:

But now that I see Vinnie Moore; I seem to remember him as being one of the cats that made one of those floppy record thingies I have from Guitar Player magazine back in the 80's :unsure:
Edit- found 'em (I've got about 30 different ones)
This one is actually double sided; and on the flip side is "Hubert Sumlin" (guitarist for Howlin' Wolf) doing "Down In The Bottom"
This is from the Feb. 1987 issue.
***Now where is that thread that was discussing these "Soundsheets"???***

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That's because it's seriously heavy music :smokin, very dense but the compression is alright, I played it seriously loud and no fatigue.
About Vinnie Moore, I'd say he's as talented as Satriani, fantastic guitar player.
 

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Ghosteen.
It continues his recent trend of light pop music. It is well constructed, but a bit of a snoozer for me. I miss his angst post Birthday Party, early Bad Seeds. But, its his muse and I'm just along for the ride.
I think I will have to emulate JanBakker and follow this up with something like All That Remains, A War You Cannot Win.
 

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Ghosteen.
It continues his recent trend of light pop music. It is well constructed, but a bit of a snoozer for me. I miss his angst post Birthday Party, early Bad Seeds. But, its his muse and I'm just along for the ride.
I think I will have to emulate JanBakker and follow this up with something like All That Remains, A War You Cannot Win.
Good choice!

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