C.D. = John Surman- Withholding Patterns, Milt Jackson-Wizard of the Vibes, Joe Bonammassa- You and Me,Branford Marsalis-Contemporary Jazz,McLaughlin,Pastorius,Tony Williams-Trio of Doom,Cressida-Cressida,Wipers-The Herd.
Rufus at Carnegie, Judy at Carnegie, The Allman Brothers at Fillmore East (thanks for the tip Mr.Jet J), Enigma Variations - conducted by Colin Davis, the Best Of Burl Ives & a Stephane Grapelli Live album, all on CD. On vinyl: Tighten Up Vol.1, Ingenue - kd Lang, Endtroducing -DJ Shadow (trounces the flat as a pancake CD version) & Disco 4 by Pet Shop Boys.
Travelling Wilburys Vol1-3 with DVD and Life on Mars CD soundtrack. Spiderman boxset of all 3 films and Jezzer Clarksons supercar DVD. Went into Zavvi yesterday and saw Dire Straits Love over gold for £4 (remastered version) just couldn't help myself !!!!
[quote user="Charlie Jefferson"][quote user="Thaiman"][quote user="huddo"]Dire Straits Love over gold [/quote] try 2nd track in the dark! sound amazing[/quote] Please, please, please. . . enough with the truly Dire Staits stuff. Call the taste C.I.D.!![/quote]
Messy guitar work and Mark can't sing to save his life but great recording and mastering save the day...a truly great demo cds (even with boring old music!)
and it's very strange indeed. For a major motion picture soundtrack, it all sounds a bit 'Paignton Light Operatic Society sings Sondheim': Mrs Burton sounds weedy and unconvincing, and Johnny Depp appears to have moved on from Keith Richards impersonations to Decca-era Laughing Gnome David Bowie.
And yet the movie trailers look superb - as I said, very odd...