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Thread: NP List May 2006

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    Ibreathe Music Advisor EricV's Avatar
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    NP List May 2006

    Andy Timmons - Resolution ( I mentioned how much I dig it in the other thread )
    Tool - 10.000 Days
    Goo Goo Dolls - Let Love In
    Chris Juergensen - Prospects
    Amanda Marshall - Greatest Hits
    John Petrucci - Suspended Animation
    Scott Henderson - Dog Party

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    Shawn Lane - powers of ten
    Yngwie Malmsteen - Concerto Suite
    Testament - the new order
    Neil Young - Comes a time
    reggae (I am forced because of friends)

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    Oceansize - Everyone Into Position
    Aretha Franklin - Greatest Hits
    Jimmy Eat World - Bleed America
    Radiohead - The Bends

    And the last few days I've been playing a lot of Robert Randolph, Jack Johnson, Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder etc. in honor of the amazing weather we've been having the UK!

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    Devin Townsend - all
    Cog - The New Normal
    Ministry of sound - chillout session
    Joe Satriani - Super Colossal
    \m/ chunk chunk chunk \m/

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    C Mingus "Ah Uhm Mingus"
    Sonny Rollins "RCA collection"
    E.S.T. "Susie Soho"
    Jimmy Smith "Chicken shack"
    and some more jazz.

    I'm also into bluegrass at the moment...
    Tony Rice "The Bluegrass Guitar Collection" and "Me and my guitar"
    Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt "Complete Mercury Sessions"
    Bill Monroe "The Essential .."
    and some Allison Kraus + Nickle Creek, but I'm really trying to figure out more about the classical blugrass stuff.

    Anyone have any recommendations in this regards?

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    Anyone have any recommendations in this regards?
    Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Will The Circle Be Unbroken

    Regards!

    Rock_Rocket
    "I guess I'm always hoping that you'll end this reign, but it's my destiny to be the king of pain."

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    Berrtt Garsed - Uncle Moe's speace ranch
    Dream Theater - Octavarium
    Scott Handerson - Vital tech tones
    Paco De lucia - Cositas Buenas
    David Gilmour - On An Island
    Def Leppard - Hysteria
    [ It's Definitely ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam6
    Paco De lucia - Cositas Buenas
    ah I forgot that, there are some good tracks on this album, I even saw Paco on the cositas buenas tour in south france!
    and I forgot
    Megadeth - Youthanasia (I just started listening)
    Last edited by Padawan; 05-06-2006 at 09:37 PM.

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    David Gilmour - On An Island
    Andy Timmons - Resolution
    Rafael Cortes - Live 2005(an awesome german flamenco guitarist click)
    Jimmy Smith - The Sermon
    Pink Floyd - Meddle, The Devision Bell, The Wall
    Dredg - El Cielo, Catch Without Arms
    Radiohead - Ok Computer
    Yes - Close To The Edge

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    Satch, Vai, & Malmsteen - G3 Live, DVD
    Black Crowes- Reunion DVD (these guys are killer)

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    Striking chords all over! Strukkanurv's Avatar
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    Like Wendy - Posthumous Silence
    Preston Reed - Ladies Night
    Moon Safari - A Doorway To Summer
    John Mayall - Crusade
    Joe Bonamassa - A New Day Yesterday
    Camel - Dust & Dreams
    Ernest Ranglin - E.B. @ Noon
    Sylvan - Artificial Paradise
    Barclay James Harvest - Early Morning Onwards

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    Not Only As Distortionist sam6's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Padawan
    there are some good tracks , I even saw Paco on the cositas buenas tour
    Yeah it's Amazing album,there are fresh materials for Paco style,what about the concert?
    [ It's Definitely ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam6
    Yeah it's Amazing album,there are fresh materials for Paco style,what about the concert?
    Well, I have a paco dvd at home, already owned friday night in san francisco and knew most of his songs, paco was my king. So the best thing about seeing him live was just to see him!
    He started with "mi nino curro", that blew me away and played some other famous tunes. At the end, the band was jamming to "entre dos aguas" and I have a full movie of that on my computer! that file would be to big, but I can upload some pictures if you want

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    Viagra Falls - Blue Friday Sessions
    Rhythm Junkies - Three Countries, Two Continents

    These are the two projects I'm involved in at the moment. I listen to them not because I think we're so great but because I suddenly realised how much I learn about my playing when i actually listen to it in a critical way. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy it too

    I have updated the Soundclick site for Rhythm Junkies, expect more content to be added soon and a new soundclick site for Viagra Falls will be up soon.(Links in sig)

    I mention this not for self promo, (you can't see us live or buy any of our stuff anyway) but because I would always be interested in feedback from my IBM buddies.

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    Toto - Falling In Between
    Dweezil Zappa - Confessions
    Thomas Blug - The Beauty Of Simplicity
    Electric Gallery
    Jonas Hellborg - Adfa
    Prince
    Jimi Hendrix
    Van Halen
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