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Henning
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My May Playlist

Postby Henning » Wed May 18, 2005 10:34 pm

Cold Roses - Ryan Adams
New Roman Times - Camper van Beethoven
Exploration - Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion
Ghetto Bells - Vic Chesnut
The Secret Migration - Mercury Rev
Devils and Dust - Bruce Springsteen
I'm wide awake it's morning - Bright Eyes
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Postby Pete » Thu May 19, 2005 12:00 am

Stories from the Cellar - Dead Like Harry
In a Glass House - Gentle Giant
The Unauthorised Breakfast Item - Caravan
Tubular Bells III - Mike Oldfield
Live in Europe - Rory Gallagher
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Postby Tim » Thu May 19, 2005 12:28 am

Early 21st Century Blues - Cowboy Junkies
Badlands: a tribute to Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska - Various Artists
Martha Wainwright - Martha Wainwright
Played Out - Peter Bruntnell
89/93: An Anthology - Uncle Tupelo
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Postby tomsakic » Thu May 19, 2005 10:25 am

Mary Gauthier: Mercy Now
Josh Rouse: Nashville
M.I.A.
Antony and the Johnsons: last two albums
Nick Cave: B-Sides and Rarities
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Postby Bernardo Gui » Thu May 19, 2005 8:18 pm

Bruce Springsteen - Devils And Dust
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - B-Sides & Rarities
Van Morrison - Magic Time
Tom Waits - Real Gone
Practica Inquisitionis Hereticae Pravitatis
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Postby Dylan » Thu May 19, 2005 8:54 pm

Martha Wainwright - Martha Wainwright
Nina Simone - Fodder On Her Wings
Eliza Gilykson - Land Of Milk And Honey
Eddi Reader - Driftwood
Karine Polwart - Faultlines
Kirsty MacColl - From Croydon To Cuba
Rufus Wainwright - Want Two
Laurie Anderson - Live From New York
Christine Collister - Into The Light
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Postby Kush » Sat May 21, 2005 6:30 pm

Charlie Musselwhite - One Night in America
Charlie Musselwhite - Sanctuary
Joe Ely - Letter to Laredo
Willie Nelson - It Always Will Be
Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska (will get to Devils & Dust soon)
Son Seals - Live and Burning
Joe Ely - Streets of Sin

looking forward to Master of Disaster by John Hiatt & North Mississippi Allstars to be released next month
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Postby echoes » Sat May 21, 2005 6:42 pm

The Sisters of Mercy - first and last and always
Lambchop - I hope you're sitting down
The Alan Parsons Project - Tales of mystery and imagination
R.E.M. - Lifes rich pageant
Bob Dylan - Highway 61 revisited
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Postby LaurieAK » Sun May 22, 2005 12:43 am

Collective Soul-Greatest Hits
Woven Hand-Blush Music
Woven Hand-Woven Hand
Zucchero-Zucchero & Co.
Joan Jett-Greatest Hits
Bob Dylan-Time Out of Mind
Zucchero-Blue
Cracker-the song "Low"
Scott Hardkiss-God Within (techno)

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Postby Teratogen » Sun May 22, 2005 10:59 am

bernardo, is "magic time" the new van morrison album? i'm wondering if it's any good. i'm sure it is but i just found out he came out with a new album.

for me my playlist has pretty much been the new nine inch nails album, "with teeth." i'm seeing them at the end of may in concert and i love the new album. it's so much better than i expected. other than that a little kiss ("love gun") and lou reed ("the blue mask") to round things out a bit. hahaha.
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Postby linda_lakeside » Sun May 22, 2005 7:04 pm

Great thread! Keep it going. I'm furiously making notes. I'd say Van Morrison's Magic Time is a safe bet, T. I haven't heard it, but he's never really let me down. Devils and Dust is turning up a lot.

Laurie: Please find another way to say 'techno'. Thank you so much. Oh, have you checked out the Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen thread? I think Ania started it. I love it! I don't know if it'd be in my top 10, but it's different.

Linda.
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Postby tomsakic » Mon May 23, 2005 11:43 am

I'm glad to see so much Martha Wainwright (I didn't buy album yet: not imported) and Wovenhand! I bought his latest album Consider the Birds last month when I was in Austria - Laurie, did you hear it? (I'm going to Austria this week again, Martha, here I come :D ).

I guess this monthly topic is mostly for new music... or no-one listen to LC? I do every day, but that's not "monthly playlist" issue... :D


Henning, is new Ryan Adams good? I avoided it because it's his "band-album" - last year, "band-album" Rock'nRoll was total crap, and his simulatenously published "solo" Love Is Hell was, for me, unbelievable masterpice worth of Nick Drake or early Leonard Cohen.
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Postby the Linda at the lake. » Mon May 23, 2005 1:08 pm

Hi Tom,

Did you ever get around to hearing that "I have been delivered" line that sharon does on By the Rivers Dark?
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Postby Tchocolatl » Mon May 23, 2005 6:55 pm

In May? well... played MP3 of Luis Eduardo Aute, Dentro, Slowly, Aleluya, just sent by a e-friend, I like Dentro a lot, while at it, in my file of received and stored MP3 I replayed Fabrizio de André's Hotel Supramonte, Reihard Mey's Die kinder von Izieu, Graeme Allwright's For Mother and Don't you Forget it - and L'Étranger but from his Anthologie (not MP3) (the best French version of The Stranger Song form Cohen I know). I listened Ludwig an Beethoven's Sinfonai n.8 in fa maggiore op.93. Rigth now I'm listening Ella and Louis - can't we be friends? and I'll go trough the all CD. What else?.... Oh, yes, this guy named Leonard Cohen. A must. Should try this, guys, you'll loOove it! Kiss-cheek/kiss-cheek/kiss-cheek, ev. :D
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Postby LaurieAK » Tue May 24, 2005 1:35 am

~Linda by the Lake~
Laurie: Please find another way to say 'techno'. Thank you so much.
Ummm, okay. Tchkno. Tjhzlmkno (the: jhzlm are silent). Teccckknooo.
You're welcome.

~Tom Sakic~
I heard about Woven Hand on this forum last month or so (maybe it was you that mentioned them?) anyways. I ordered Woven Hand and Consider the Bird. I am not too fond of the 'birds' cd. Too overtly christian and the music just doesn't resonate with me like W H. I totally fell in love with cd Woven Hand. The Blush cd is an organic miracle. I don't know how else to describe it. Stunning. I appreciate whoever it was that mentioned their music. Thanks!

Laurie

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