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Geddy and Kia....great shout for Tori - I wish more people would listen to her. I've been a fan since '94 Smiler We should have a chat and swap some live stuff and rarities.

I'm listening to Steely Dan's back catalogue (all of it), as I'm so disappointed that they won't be touring over here in the UK this time, what a shame Frowner I can't afford the plane trip to the US! So I'm making do with the old CDs and some nostalgia (now playing - 'Dirty Work').
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[qb] That is one classy album! I love Seal's voice and I think I'll now play the ever excellent 'Fast Changes'. Cheers for reminding me! [/qb]
Fast Changes is such a great song! I'm glad someone else gets that one too.
The instrumental arrangement is so well put together as well. Such a wide variety of sounds, and a message to boot.


BTW- Right now I'm listening to Maybe I'm Amazed, off of -

Paul McCartney - Back In The US

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Originally posted by skinheadskippy:
[qb] TOP FIVE CD'S OF THE WEEK:

* Laura Imbruglia - It Makes A Crunchy Noise[/qb]
As in related to her off Neighbours? [/qb]
Yip, that's Natalie Imbruglia's sister. I saw her live when I was working on a festival, and she's got a great voice. Natalie's is more developed, and Laura's around my age (i'm 19). Laura's songs are quite funny too!
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New Seal, it was an anniversary gift of sorts. The man is a GENIUS! [/qb]
You know, I was flipping thru the tv channels on Tuesday morning and there was Seal singing a new tune live. It was pretty good. Turned out he was on Regis and what's her name's show.

I heard he has a disco tune on the new cd. Say it isn't so!! Confused [/qb]
He was on Letterman a couple weeks ago as well. Did a brilliant job, I think the audience was actually stunned!

Disco? I'm listening to it again now, going through the tracks to figure out which one may be disco... Vision?, it's dancy, but I wouldn't say DISCO. Let Me Roll? naw. Waiting For You has a 70s feel, but it's more R&B/Big Bandish than disco. Where There's Gold has a reggae beat, but it's very subtle, and not dicso. Ahh, must be Get It Together! Brilliant song, I can see how it could be called disco, but it's very up-to-date some how even with a bit of a disco vibe. Kind of a later George Michael kinda disco, but not as campy as George does disco-y stuff.
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Originally posted by Kill Eye:
[qb]He was on Letterman a couple weeks ago as well. Did a brilliant job, I think the audience was actually stunned!

Disco? I'm listening to it again now, going through the tracks to figure out which one may be disco... Vision?, it's dancy, but I wouldn't say DISCO. Let Me Roll? naw. Waiting For You has a 70s feel, but it's more R&B/Big Bandish than disco. Where There's Gold has a reggae beat, but it's very subtle, and not dicso. Ahh, must be Get It Together! Brilliant song, I can see how it could be called disco, but it's very up-to-date some how even with a bit of a disco vibe. Kind of a later George Michael kinda disco, but not as campy as George does disco-y stuff. [/qb]
Yes it's 'Get Together'. I'd like that one a lot more without the strings (that are jumping in doing eighth notes), but I still listen to it. 'Waiting For You' just kicks ass, it's a shame that his voice isn't as prominent as it was in the live performances. He really belted it out.

Now that I frowned on the disco vibe, I'm gonna look like a hypocrite when I tell you what I'm listening to right now. I totally submitted to the subliminal messages from a GAP commercial, as they were playing 'September', and I HAD to break out my EW&F cd. I don't consider EW&F disco at all though. This is a great, great cd. Their cover of 'Got To Get You Into My Life' is worth the price of the cd by itself, let alone all the classics on there.

Earth, Wind & Fire - The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1

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Originally posted by Semi_Detached_1978:
[qb] Neil Young
Decade [/qb]
Love that! Now that is something that should be remastered...

Today it's:



Epiphany: The Best of Chaka Khan, Vol. 1
Man, that woman can sing!

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Simply Red - Greatest Hits
It's weird, I like this album now way more than when I orginally bought it. I don't know if it's because I'm getting old and just like the more mellow stuff? Though I've always loved "Holding Back The Years" and "Money's Too Tight To Mention"....I just find this album so pleasing now.

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