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Discussion in 'Musical Goodness' started by afterlife2, Aug 16, 2016.
Tom Petty - Spike
Very cool when the guitar is isolated
BEEGEES, One Night Only. CD. Enhancer
CinemaDSP 3D. Celler Club.
EAGLES: The Very Best OF.
Bob Seger: Turn The Page
Mettalica: Turn The Page
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Simple Man
Shinedown: Simple Man
Harry Chapin: Cats In The Cradle
Ugly Kid Joe: Cats In The Cradle
Simon & Garfunkel: The Sound Of Silence
Disturbed: The Sound Of Silence
Bad Company : Bad Company
Five Finger Death Punch: Bad Company
Candlebox: Far Behind
Everlast: What Its Like
Seven Mary Three: Cumbersome
Tonic: If You Could Only See
Third Eye Blind:Semi-Charmed Life
Third Eye Blind: Never Let You Go
Third Eye Blind: How's It Going To Be
Collective Soul: Shine
Marcy Playground: Sex & Candy
Spyro Gyra - Shakedown
My fellow human, there are no days off from being a father staying home with your children instead of where you want to be. You may feel like you should be somewhere else. Making the most of where your at will bring reward of priceless measure. A father's love is long suffering for his children.
Hiromi - Brain
Spyro Gyra - Daddy's Got A New Girl Now
Archie Lee Hooker & The Coast To Coast Blues Band "Chillin" on CD
The Clash "London Calling" on vinyl
Malcom McLaren - Madam Butterfly (Un Bel Dì Vedremo) [feat. Betty Ann White & Debbie Cole]
A little upbeat for what he's saying lol, I guess that's the point. I'm going to see them tomorrow night, 2 days ahead of the new album.
Incredible bass score! Exceptional bass player imho. Excellent writing!
Here is another one of my favorites:
Want to learn the bass so bad. Maybe one day.!
Led Zeppelin - How the West Was Won blu-ray audio in DTS 5.1. - Old recording remastered so the quality isn’t like a modern recording but the slide show of pics is cool. Jimmy Page is the best!
Nirvana blu-ray audio in 2.0 (DolbyTruHD 2.0 seems slightly better than the DTSHDMA 2.0). Super clear but would have been better in 5.1. Also nothing but a menu, would have been nice to have some pictures.
Long Live the 80's!
Patricia Barber - Café Blue (album)
My favorite SACD, but even the redbook CD sounds amazing.
Even the youtube versions/live videos come across well. Great band too.