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  1. #1996
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    Cy Curnin "Solar Minimum"
    June 11, 2009, during an all nighter on the computer. I credit Rockerchic for sending me a sugar high tonight.
    BM
    I've been lurking...

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    the steve Vai box set-

    i feel like burning all my guitars....


    i keep going to see him and just die laughing watching/listening to someone of this caliber-

    Yeah, he's showy.... but if your that damn good- you can be!

    ; )


    <>D3
    "There can be no tradition without innovation."
    - Earle Hitchner, Irish music journalist

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    today i am listening to the best of reo speedwagon and the scorpions cd's dee
    music junkie!!

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    Solar Minimum CD by Cy Curnin.
    "Remember me when I'm gone
    Remember my breathing
    Remember my eyes
    Remember my wings
    Remember my swan song
    Remember me when I'm gone
    I would have loved to die in your arms"

    - Cy Curnin, "Remember Me When I'm Gone"

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    Jon playing guitar- he's picking at SBZ

    wait a minute...shredding now...that's not SBZ. Show off.

    I don't know what I just said or why.

    From my heart & from my hand
    why don't people understand my intention
    -Weird Science




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    Running blind

    Really coming to love this song; Sully Erna struck a nerve when he penned this. At times when I look around I play this song in light of current events and the way man is always in constant conflict with himself/herself.

    love that tune; soulful, painful but true nonetheless
    "Even the devil may cry when he looks around Hell and realizes that he is all alone"

    Acheron Parthenopaeus

    (Sherrilyn Kenyon, Devil May Cry)



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    Back from the Dead by Spinal Tap

    I love Spinal Tap. This is an album of re-recordings of their old stuff. Guest artists include Steve Vai, John Mayer, Keith Emerson, and Phil Collen.

    See the original movie on DVD if you haven't. The outtakes are great. I wish they would release it with the deleted scenes put back in. But then it would be twice as long.

    Man! They must have had a lot of fun doing this work.

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    Ryan Star ~ "Last Train Home EP"

    Great stuff....I am really looking forward to his full-length CD due out in September.

    This would be worthwhile getting just for the full version of "Brand New Day", the theme song from the Tim Roth TV show "Lie To Me" [BTW, watch the show you will not be disappointed].

    The other tracks are very good too.


    "I knew a transsexual guy whose only ambition was to eat, drink, and be Mary." ~ George Carlin.

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    Thumbs up Ryan Star ~ "Last Train Home" EP

    Great stuff....I am really looking forward to his full-length CD due out in September.

    This would be worthwhile getting just for the full version of "Brand New Day", the theme song from the Tim Roth TV show "Lie To Me" [BTW, watch the show you will not be disappointed].

    The other tracks are very good too.


    "I knew a transsexual guy whose only ambition was to eat, drink, and be Mary." ~ George Carlin.

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    Howard Jones
    Dream Into Action

    It's out of print, but I got a used CD for $1.50. One of my all time favorites from the 80s.

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    Yes Live in '85

    Yes "Changes"
    Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire...this is MY Yes : )

    I don't know what I just said or why.

    From my heart & from my hand
    why don't people understand my intention
    -Weird Science




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    Re: Yes Live in '85

    Originally posted by Cary C-Troll
    Yes "Changes"
    Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire...this is MY Yes : )

    Cool! I was listening to Trevor's (brilliant imho) "Can't Look Away" album earlier and I recently bought the deluxe edition of Chris Squire's 1975 album "Fish Out Of Water" (which I heartily recommend also ).


    Right now... Alice In Chains - A Looking In View...

    still not sure this should be called AIC but it is definitely great to have "that" sound back.
    The world will always turn, with or without your point of view...

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    Robert M

    and didn't know Trevor Rabin was into film scores, looking for more on this now (I should go on to bed).

    right now "Going Back to Cali" LL Cool J

    I don't know what I just said or why.

    From my heart & from my hand
    why don't people understand my intention
    -Weird Science




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    I'm playing the incredibly beautiful new album, "My Maudlin Career", from Scotland's wonderful chamber-pop band: CAMERA OBSCURA! Just pure unbridled bliss!! ...

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    beck.com

    Been listening to Velvet Underground & Nico, plus the acoustic available of Modern Guilt (for now, "Gamma Ray") on there.

    Damn, didn't know Beck could get anymore hipper or cooler, but he has!

    They've overhauled the site; check the Tom Waits/Beck casual interview.

    Maybe Cy, or the band, would consider an interview? Hint, hint.

    Kim (for that, I'd need more thumbs than I have! LOL!)
    Last edited by msmith1; 07-26-2009 at 01:58 AM.
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    I reject your reality and substitute my own.
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