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Posted: Jan 19, 2021 - 4:10am

Got it.  Will give it a go in the next week. Looks diverse and worldly which is right up my alley.{#Music}
ColdMiser

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Posted: Jan 18, 2021 - 7:12am



 Lazy8 wrote:
KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
I listened to both volumes of The Algorhythm these last few days.
It was a trip around the world! Lots of music I’ve never heard before. Which makes me wonder... How does a guy from a ranch in Montana find music like this?
Of course, I get the same question about the music I like. Except for the Montana and ranch part.

Hey, we got paved roads and a post office and everything! Even get the Sears-Roebuck. And teh internets.

Thanks for the kind words. When everyone has checked in all will be revealed.
 
"We even got Starbucks, what else you need?" - James McMurty - Out here in the Middle

miamizsun

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Posted: Jan 18, 2021 - 5:48am

 Lazy8 wrote:
KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
I listened to both volumes of The Algorhythm these last few days.
It was a trip around the world! Lots of music I’ve never heard before. Which makes me wonder... How does a guy from a ranch in Montana find music like this?
Of course, I get the same question about the music I like. Except for the Montana and ranch part.

Hey, we got paved roads and a post office and everything! Even get the Sears-Roebuck. And teh internets.

Thanks for the kind words. When everyone has checked in all will be revealed.
 

i listened to the first disc and i'm thinking the same thing

a couple of the tunes i listened to twice but overall (with the exception of pokey) they're virgin turf for me

another note: i'm behind a review or two, but please know that i do listen when possible and i appreciate everyone's effort
Lazy8

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Posted: Jan 17, 2021 - 9:55pm

KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
I listened to both volumes of The Algorhythm these last few days.
It was a trip around the world! Lots of music I’ve never heard before. Which makes me wonder... How does a guy from a ranch in Montana find music like this?
Of course, I get the same question about the music I like. Except for the Montana and ranch part.

Hey, we got paved roads and a post office and everything! Even get the Sears-Roebuck. And teh internets.

Thanks for the kind words. When everyone has checked in all will be revealed.
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 17, 2021 - 6:59pm

I listened to both volumes of The Algorhythm these last few days.
It was a trip around the world! Lots of music I’ve never heard before. Which makes me wonder... How does a guy from a ranch in Montana find music like this?
Of course, I get the same question about the music I like. Except for the Montana and ranch part.

I really liked the Melbourne Ska Orchestra... we need more Ska Music!
I really loved the Allison Krause version of “Carolina in My Mind”. One of my favorite James Taylor songs. A keeper.
I liked the Pistol Annies song.

So, when we arrive back in the U.S.A... it’s just $#*! it all?





And what does Al Gore have to do with the rhythm? 

Thanks for the time, thought and effort Marty! I appreciate it.


KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 16, 2021 - 6:27am

Got mine yesterday.
Two disc release!
ColdMiser

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Posted: Jan 15, 2021 - 2:44pm



 Lazy8 wrote:
Discs going out today. Five addresses. Am I missing anyone?

Anybody else want in?
 
Received and Receiving

miamizsun

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Posted: Jan 15, 2021 - 2:20pm

i rec'd some music in the mail today

sort of a confirmation that i'm the matrix?  

even a parental advisory warning!

looks interesting  

{#Music}
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 10, 2021 - 7:32pm



 Lazy8 wrote:
Discs going out today. Five addresses. Am I missing anyone?

Anybody else want in?
 
I compliment you on your efficiency!

Lazy8

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Posted: Jan 10, 2021 - 1:24pm

Discs going out today. Five addresses. Am I missing anyone?

Anybody else want in?
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 5, 2021 - 12:48pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:





Patti - Was surprised how many comments from other members that never heard this version.


 You know, I was thinking the same thing.
I think I've heard this version more than the Byrd's original.


 

I know I have. It was one of those things that I was surprised to learn was a cover, way back when. I might have also had the same misconception about GLORIA too. 

 
Kids...  

ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Jan 5, 2021 - 11:32am



 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:





Patti - Was surprised how many comments from other members that never heard this version.


 You know, I was thinking the same thing.
I think I've heard this version more than the Byrd's original.


 

I know I have. It was one of those things that I was surprised to learn was a cover, way back when. I might have also had the same misconception about GLORIA too. 
ColdMiser

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Posted: Jan 5, 2021 - 10:04am



 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:


 ColdMiser wrote:


 kurtster wrote:


 


Patti - Was surprised how many comments from other members that never heard this version.


 You know, I was thinking the same thing.
I think I've heard this version more than the Byrd's original.


 


KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 5, 2021 - 9:45am



 ColdMiser wrote:


 kurtster wrote:


 


Patti - Was surprised how many comments from other members that never heard this version.


 You know, I was thinking the same thing.
I think I've heard this version more than the Byrd's original.


ColdMiser

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Posted: Jan 5, 2021 - 7:19am



 kurtster wrote:
Alrighty, here's the skinny.
RPMCC 18 FRONT

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RPMCC 18 BACK

S
o I picked the ending first.  I had just got the Petty set with the concert in it and was blown away with it and especially the last two songs and decided that would be the ending knowing that the material was going to be pretty much what it is.  Petty was so influenced by The Byrds that to me, he sort of sums up the natural evolution of this era.  Then I picked the opener and filled in the rest on the fly, picking up hints from some timely posts in other threads.

01)  One of my favorite Cream songs with some really trippy noodling by Clapton. Jack Bruce said that it is one that he wishes they had done live but never did. Couldn't figure out any other place for it and it kinda sets the tone for what comes next.

02)  One of my favorite Hendrix tracks and rarely heard anywhere.  

03)  A cover of the Hendrix song and my favorite version of the song, too.  Set up for the Prunes.

04)  Yep.  Keeps the up all night thing going.

05)  My favorite version of this Beatles' song.

06)  Yep.  Kinda the song that inspired so much music of this genre that would came afterwards from all the garages in SoCal The Southland back then.

07)  My favorite version of this Byrds song and the one that got me really going on Patti Smith looking back.

08)  Heh, A real guilty pleasure.  Hard driving and relentless. Lot's of different riffs mixed up in this.  Kinda like how Tesla would do it later on. Teddy before he went solo.

09)  Another guilty pleasure.  This was the only place it would work ...

10)  And another favorite and a transitional catch your breath track after all the previous stuff.

11)  Seems to be a favorite across the board and for good reason.  It is just as defining as Eight Miles High.

12)  Yep.  Todd was doing stuff way back then and nothing else could follow The Who track except this.

13)  A period piece.  Short little poppy ditty with a touch of relevance today.

14)  Yes, that Donnie Iris.  The screamer.  From the same album with Ah, Leah !  Just plain love this song.  On the album, there are two other songs that come before it that are tied into the idea of the song.  Not really psychedelic, but with some of the same thoughts of Run, Run, Run.

15)  Yep.  This is a song that I seem to use a lot, too.   Gots to have at least one ooh la lala song ... Got some attention in the Vinyl Only thread so in it went.  

16)  Sird posted the live version in the Songs That Rock thread.  I thought that I have this somewhere and dug it out.  What I found when I put it on the TT was one of the finest quality recordings I have ever heard throughout all of my listening years, now that I have hours upon hours upon hours of critical listening.  The whole album is this good.

17)  And Petty brings it all home.  That and when you let the disc play through and start over again, it seems to work with the opener.

FWIW ... These tracks were from first pressings of their albums ... 1, 3, 7, 11, 14, 15, 17.

Thanks for listening and your thoughts.  For those who would like the files which are a higher quality than the CD ... CLICKY... you know what to do
 
I'm picturing Kurt with his head phones on, tweaking the dials like a Modern Day Lenny Kaye and the timeless Nuggets collection. My highlights

Hendrix - Good Deep Cut, Man I wish he lived longer.
Prunes - Quintessential Psych Rock in my opinion (On the Nuggets Collection as well)
Spooky Tooth - If Joe Cocker did a better version of Little Help  then Spooky is a close second of the best Beatles Cover EVAH!
Patti - Was surprised how many comments from other members that never heard this version.
Jeff Beck - I love his instrumental phase the most, but this one from the original JB Group is an all time classic
Nazz - There are some good covers out there of this. Just put it on YouTube for a spin.
The Third Rail - A new to my ears song, definitely agree with you it being relevant today.
Donnie Iris - nice to see he can do stuff better than Leah, who knew?
I'm a Man - a guy that left us early but doesn't get the recognition like other well know names. Probably because the band persevered. Like Hendrix, wish he left us more.

I'm thinking the same thing as Lazy, your quality rips are amazing. You must have taken great care of your collection. Nice Work!

kurtster

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Posted: Jan 4, 2021 - 12:17pm

Alrighty, here's the skinny.
RPMCC 18 FRONT

.
RPMCC 18 BACK

S
o I picked the ending first.  I had just got the Petty set with the concert in it and was blown away with it and especially the last two songs and decided that would be the ending knowing that the material was going to be pretty much what it is.  Petty was so influenced by The Byrds that to me, he sort of sums up the natural evolution of this era.  Then I picked the opener and filled in the rest on the fly, picking up hints from some timely posts in other threads.

01)  One of my favorite Cream songs with some really trippy noodling by Clapton. Jack Bruce said that it is one that he wishes they had done live but never did. Couldn't figure out any other place for it and it kinda sets the tone for what comes next.

02)  One of my favorite Hendrix tracks and rarely heard anywhere.  

03)  A cover of the Hendrix song and my favorite version of the song, too.  Set up for the Prunes.

04)  Yep.  Keeps the up all night thing going.

05)  My favorite version of this Beatles' song.

06)  Yep.  Kinda the song that inspired so much music of this genre that would came afterwards from all the garages in SoCal The Southland back then.

07)  My favorite version of this Byrds song and the one that got me really going on Patti Smith looking back.

08)  Heh, A real guilty pleasure.  Hard driving and relentless. Lot's of different riffs mixed up in this.  Kinda like how Tesla would do it later on. Teddy before he went solo.

09)  Another guilty pleasure.  This was the only place it would work ...

10)  And another favorite and a transitional catch your breath track after all the previous stuff.

11)  Seems to be a favorite across the board and for good reason.  It is just as defining as Eight Miles High.

12)  Yep.  Todd was doing stuff way back then and nothing else could follow The Who track except this.

13)  A period piece.  Short little poppy ditty with a touch of relevance today.

14)  Yes, that Donnie Iris.  The screamer.  From the same album with Ah, Leah !  Just plain love this song.  On the album, there are two other songs that come before it that are tied into the idea of the song.  Not really psychedelic, but with some of the same thoughts of Run, Run, Run.

15)  Yep.  This is a song that I seem to use a lot, too.   Gots to have at least one ooh la lala song ... Got some attention in the Vinyl Only thread so in it went.  

16)  Sird posted the live version in the Songs That Rock thread.  I thought that I have this somewhere and dug it out.  What I found when I put it on the TT was one of the finest quality recordings I have ever heard throughout all of my listening years, now that I have hours upon hours upon hours of critical listening.  The whole album is this good.

17)  And Petty brings it all home.  That and when you let the disc play through and start over again, it seems to work with the opener.

FWIW ... These tracks were from first pressings of their albums ... 1, 3, 7, 11, 14, 15, 17.

Thanks for listening and your thoughts.  For those who would like the files which are a higher quality than the CD ... CLICKY... you know what to do
Lazy8

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Posted: Jan 3, 2021 - 9:52pm

After a couple of trips around the CD player I remain impressed with the stellar sound quality. These rips rock!

I also salute the effort to dig deeper into the artists' catalogs than the well-known cuts, and the covers were a welcome freshening up of the hits. My favorite was the Patti Smith cover of So You Want to Be a Rock And Roll Star.

Nice transitions too, especially from The Who to Nazz.

Altogether:
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 1, 2021 - 9:22pm

Good stuff Kurt! One of my favorite subjects! You got into one of my mixes coming up... still lots of material left.

Loved the Hendrix. Thanks for not picking the obvious overplayed ones.

The Electric Prunes had to be here. One of the true psychedelic songs from that great era of music.

The Byrds! This is supposed to be “THE FIRST” psychedelic song. The Byrds! The end!

Nugent! When I was younger, I wondered why a band was named after a little town on Route 66, out in the California desert. I didn’t get out of California much from the late 50’s to the late 60’s. I did go to Amboy, California in 1963... with my parents.

Sweet Martha Lorraine... Sweet!

I Can See for Miles... yes indeed!

Nazz... Todd is swirly!

The Third Rail... Nice and poppy!

Is this the same Donnie Iris that was in the Jaggerz and did Ah! Leah!? Who knew?

Steve Harley. This is the only one on the list I’ve never heard of... the song I remember was from Duran Duran though. I didn’t realize they had covered it.

I’m A Man... I never thought it psychedelic. After careful consideration... it is psychedelic! Thanks for that Kurt.

Tom Petty psychedelic? Well, maybe his song “Don’t Come Around Here No More”.
These two? They do sound great!

Once again... thanks for your work Kurt.
Kurt

ColdMiser

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Posted: Dec 31, 2020 - 3:15pm



 miamizsun wrote:


got mine too

i'm a bit behind in my reviews

asking the club for some forgiveness 

excuses on request
 
sounds like a New Year's Resolution in the making

sirdroseph

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Posted: Dec 31, 2020 - 3:38am

"High" lights for me:
 
Too much too dream; one of my fav psychadelic era songs. Love that sitar sounding thing in the background of this one.

I am the Walrus - Never heard the Tooth version; pretty kewl

8 Miles High - Definitely one my fav Byrds tune; especially good sound quality on this one.

Want to be a rock and roll star - Never heard this version; she did a good job with it.

Takes me back to my teenage years; Double Live Gonzo really pissed off a lot of parents in my neighborhood I tell ya wat.  "This goes out to all that Nashville <censored> !

 
 Goin Down - man, I totally forgot about this song. I couldn't tell you the last time I heard this.....crazy

I can see for miles - Just a brilliantly crafted song; chorus is just sublime

Open my eyes - This come before Can't Explain? Who got sued?

Make me Smile - I used to make personal cd mixes for Rosie's Sony 10 disc player and this one ends up all over the place. I must like it. 

I'm A Man - Terry fVckin' Kath. I'm out. Drops mic.
 
Great trip down memory lane and as always super sound quality. I am a uuuge treble fan so I like the way you mix.  First thing I do when I set up sound on any player; Minus Bass all the way - Plus treble all the way!
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