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    Gov't Mule (EP live):
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    Movie scores and soundtracks

    Joe Jackson composed some soundtracks. This one seems to me really successful:
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    Albums Of 1986 - Add List (50)

    Master Of Puppets - Metallica Home And Abroad - The Style Council
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    At Carnegie Hall, Vols. 1-4 (Chicago IV) 4xLP, Album + Box - Chicago
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    All kinds of Jazz

    An obscure album released in the mid Seventies, but recorded live in 1965 by the Detroit's drummer Bert Myrick. He leads a stunning quintet which plays a great hard bop and modal style:
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    What Are You Listening To? : Classical

    Pascal Roge plays Eric Satie:
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    Eddie Van Halen or Brian May?

    I like very much Brian for his melodic approach, but I prefer Eddie Van Halen.
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    Miles Davis (Official Thread)

    Maybe the peak of the second Miles Davis Quintet, that one of the Sixties featuring Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Anthony Williams, the album Nefertiti recorded in 1967, released the year after:
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    Stevie Nicks or Janis Joplin?

    Janis for a lot a of reasons: energy, feeling, stage performances...
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    POLL: 4 notable singles from 1966

    All nice songs. I prefer the single by the Rolling Stones.
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    Albums Of 1985 - Add List (50)

    1. Live After Death - Iron Maiden 2. Tim - The Replacements 3. This Is The Sea - The Waterboys 4. Beyond Appearances - Santana 5. Showdown! - Albert Collins, Robert Cray & Johnny Copeland 6. Brothers In Arms - Dire Straits 7. Mr. Bad Guy - Freddie Mercury 8. Afterburner - ZZ Top 9. On a...
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    In the last days, I've listened to this great album by Stevie Ray Vaughan & The Double Trouble released in 1997 featuring the powerful horn section of Roomful Of Blues and Marcia Ball as special guest:
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    Fantastic! No song is filler.
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    Rory Gallagher at the beginning... :)
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    Awesome album: inspired band with Nicky Hopkins and Dino Valenti really fantastic.
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    A single (7") by The Blues Project released by Sundazed in 2012:
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    Grateful Dead or Eagles?

    Grateful Dead. I love some songs by Eagles, especially the second awesome album Desperado, but the jams of The Deads often influenced by jazz music make them greater.
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    Herbie Hancock Official Thread

    Tomorrow, Herbie will be seventy-eight years old:
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    A single (7") released in 2015 for The Record Store Day: https://www.discogs.com/it/The-Kinks-You-Really-Got-Me/release/6912832
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    A Various Artists Album featuring Santana, Dave Mason, Heart, Ted Nugent, Aerosmith, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush etc...: My copy: https://www.discogs.com/it/Various-California-Jam-2/release/2921328
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    Woodstock Moments

    Alvin Lee, because he was so deeply emotional and impressive for technique. Good also the other two. ;) Hendrix's performance was iconic; Carlos plays with a lot of feeling.
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    Albums Of 1984 - Add List (50)

    1. Powerslave - Iron Maiden 2. Born In The USA - Bruce Springsteen 3. Ride The Lightning - Metallica 4. The Unforgettable Fire - U2 5. Private Dancer - Tina Turner 6. 1984 - Van Halen 6. Trouble - Psalm 9 7. Love At First Sting - Scorpions 8. Grace Under Pressure - Rush 9. Body And Soul - Joe...
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    Spirit (Official Thread)

    I have their first two albums. Great rock band well inserted into the experimental age of the Sixties. The drummer, Ed Cassidy, came from the west coast jazz circuit. I like very much this piece from Spirit:

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