Sunday, July 3, 2011
Learning Isn't Hard When you Got Your Library Card...
When money's tight, another good source of music is via the library. I made a few trips there recently to pick up CD's to burn. One trip a book sale where I picked up a dozen albums for a buck.
Here's a list of what I've picked up recently...
Aerosmith: O, Yeah! The Ultimate Hits
Asia: Live Around the World
the Babys: Anthology
Bon Jovi: The Circle
David Bowie: Station to Station
Creedence Clearwater Revival: Pendulum
Al Di Meola; Scenario
Dixie Dregs: Freefall
Dixie Dregs: Night of Living Dregs
Dixie Dregs: Dregs of the Earth
Melissa Etheridge; The Awakening
Melissa Etheridge: Fearless Love
Peter Gabriel: (s/t)
Peter Gabriel: Security
Rory Gallagher: Irish Tour
Steve Hackett: Please Don't Touch!
Steve Hackett: Spectral Mornings
Steve Hackett: Defector
Heavy Metal (soundtrack)
Jethro Tull: A
Paul Kantner & the Jefferson Starship: Blows Against the Empire
King Crimson: Lizard
Pet Methany Group: Offramp
North Mississippi Allstars: Hernando
Ozzy Osbourne: Scream
Elvis Presley: Elvis' Christmas Album
the Pretenders: Learning to Crawl
Soul Asylum: Black Gold
Bruce Springsteen: The Essential Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen: Devils & Dust
Bruce Springsteen: Live in Dublin
Bruce Springsteen: Magic
Bruce Springsteen: Working on a Dream
Billy Squier: Emotions in Motion
Steely Dan: Aja
Stephen Stills: (s/t)
Pete Townsend: Empty Glass
Pete Townsend: Chinese Eyes
Neil Young: Unplugged
ZZ Top: Rancho Texicano
Posted by drewzepmeister at 12:14 PM
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With getting all the ones from the library when did you have time to burn them? Plus doing both of your blogs and working!
Somehow I manage, Tender Heart...With a little help:)
Chicago V and VII are a couple favorites of mine. I really dig the jazzy stuff on VII. It displays the versatility of guitarist, Terry Kath, and drummer Danny Seraphine.
With V, I prefer the album cuts over the singles. Now That You've Gone and Goodbye are particular favorites of mine. And State of the Union shows what an underrated monster of a bass player Peter Cetera once was.
I of course also have to give you props for the Steve Hackett material you picked up. That cat has some monster talent
I almost bought Chicago III while I was there, but the vinyl was scratched to hell, so wasn't even worth getting.
I haven't yet the chance to sit down to listen to the Chicago albums. When I do, I'll keep in mind about your thoughts about these records.
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