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3 Jan 2011, 03:14 by lookbackboreDonald Fagen: The Nightfly (WG Target)
Lee Hazlewood: These Boots Are Made For Walkin' - The Complete MGM Recordings (2CD)
Rickie Lee Jones: The Sermon On Exposition Boulevard (SACD+DVD)
Emmylou Harris: Songbird - Rare Tracks & Forgotten Gems (4CD+DVD box)
Esther Ofarim: Esther (XRCD)
McCoy Tyner: Sahara (MOFI SACD)
Gene Ammons: Boss Tenor (XRCD)
Gunnar Berg: Melos
Naked City: The Complete Studio Recordings (5CD box)
Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Welcome To The Pleasuredome (2CD 2010 deluxe edition)
Megadeth: Countdown To Extinction (MFSL)
David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (2CD soundtrack)
David Bowie: Fame And Fashion (WG RCA)
Grace Jones: Private Life - The Compass Point Sessions (2CD)
Rachel Sweet: Fool Around
Rita Lee: Babilônia
Rita Lee: Santa Rita De Sampa
Rita Lee: Balacobaco
Os Mutantes: Jardim Elétrico
Os Mutantes: MutantesE Seus Cometas No País Do Baurets
Art Farmer: Here's That Rainy Day (MFSL)
Alternative TV: The Radio Sessions
Ray Charles: The Genius Sings The Blues (MFSL SACD)
28 Apr 2009, 22:49 by provlearObviously a work in progress. Let me know if you have any additions or corrections.
30 Rock - Jeff Richmond
7th Heaven - Dan Foliart
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters - Drew Neumann
Ace Of Cakes - Motörhead
A Different World - Aretha Franklin
Adventure Time - Pendleton Ward
Airwolf - Sylvester Levay
Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Charles Gounod
ALF: The Animated Series - Shuki Levy
Alias - J.J. Abrams
All Creatures Great And Small - Johnny Pearson
All That - TLC
Amazing Stories - John Williams
American Dad! - Walter Murphy
American Dreams - Emerson Hart
American Gladiators - Bill Conti
America's Funniest Home Videos - Jill Colucci
Andy Richter Controls The Universe - Jason Cropper
Angel - Darling Violetta
Animaniacs - Richard Stone
Aqua Teen Hunger Force - Schoolly D
Are You Afraid Of The Dark? - Jeff Fisher
Are You Being Served? - Ronnie Hazlehurst
Arrested Development - David Schwartz
Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes - Shuki Levy
28 Dec 2007, 23:00 by kperfettoMy Top Ten for 2007 (cross-posted at Five Dollar Radio)
Bruce Springsteen - Magic Easily my favorite record of the year. In a word full of American Idols and MySpace stars, it's good to see The Boss still out there making albums that matter. Oh, and it rocks pretty hard, too.
The Ike Reilly Assassination -We Belong To The Staggering Evening We Belong to the Staggering Evening came totally out of left field for me. Had no idea. I'd only heard the name "Ike Reilly" tossed around among some of my hipper friends. This time they were right. A melange of punk, garage, hip-hop and beat poetry.
Wilco - Sky Blue Sky I briefly left the cult of Wilco sometime after Yankee Hotel Foxtrotand before a A Ghost is Born. It's good to be back. On first listen, Sky Blue Sky's lyrics seem almost too simplistic, especially in comparison to the last couple albums. Wring simple, pretty songs isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Elliott Smith - New Moon For years I dismissed Elliott Smith's music as whiny, Gen-X mush. …
11 Aug 2007, 21:35 by kperfettoAll Music doesn't think so.
I never keep best-of lists, for music anyway. Usually, I don't buy enough records to find ten "good" ones for the year. This is what I've bought so far this year*
(*Strikethroughs = already sold back to the store for beer money.)
Andrew Bird - Armchair Apocrypha
Recommended by an internet friend. I like it fine. I'm going to guess this isn't his best though. Still on the shortlist, though.
Wilco - Sky Blue Sky
Needs more listens. That's my standard line when I think I'm disappointed, but I'm not quite sure. When I heard Sky Blue Sky in its entirety in a record store, I fell in love with it. (It's that drug that permeates the air at most indie record stores -- you think it's incense or something, but it's really something that warps your reality making you think every record playing in the store is the best thing since The Beatles. Needs more listens. Definitely.
Lucinda Williams - West
Disappointed. No more listens.
The Dollyrots - Because I'm Awesome