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WHAT CLASSIC ROCK (OR JUST PLAIN ROCK) ARE YOU LISTENING TO?

So what are you listening to right now?  Any genre is cool.

 

For me:

 

Scott's Hidden Treasure

Depeche Mode - Wrong (courtesy of Niels)

Kim Mitchell - Akimbo Alogo (courtesy of Jon)

Next week's Album of the Week (hint: think orchestra)

Shinedown - The Sound of Madness

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I remember reading the line up prior to the release for "Baptizm Of Fire" and thinking, with Cozy Powell and Billy Sheehan, that might be a dream formation. The first weekend the album came out, I put my kids in the car, and drove up to Regina, SK, to buy the CD. I was very excited to hear it. Then, when I unwrapped it, I noticed that this line-up only played on two tracks. Disappointed by the fact, I skimmed through tracks quickly, and left the CD on a "later" pile, for another day. Another day... LOL. It took me 23 years to give it a proper spin. Damn. 23 years "later". Time flies. I can't believe it. Anyway, I love the Instrumental title track (really a great tune, with Don Airey on it too), but other than that, your assessment of being simply OK is correct. Wonder if it would have sounded better if CP and B. Sheehan played on the whole album?

I used to own "Intuition" on LP, back home. So, when I bought the CD, I wasn't in a hurry to listen to it, hence why it ended up on a "later" pile. Hearing it in full after 30 years again, I have to say the new experience is somewhat less remarkable than what it used to be. Wisdom is still my favorite track, but in my opinion, that should have been the only ballad there. I find the album quite mellow, and the two short intros are absolutely ridiculous. I wish LeTekro (in top form here) had more exposure.

But I'm looking forward to your thoughts.

315. Thomas Dolby - The Golden Age Of Wireless 

316. Zebra - Live

317. David Coverdale - Whitesnake/Northwinds

318. The Rolling Stones - Rarities 

319. The Rolling Stones - Their Satanic Majesties Request

320. Blackberry Smoke - Like An Arrow

321. Eric Clapton - Backless

322. Jon Anderson - In The City Of Angels 

323. Toto - Kingdom Of Desire

324. George Jones - I Am What I Am 

325. Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson - Pancho & Lefty

326. Robin Trower - King Biscuit 

327. Uriah Heep - King Biscuit 

328. Glenn Frey - Soul Searchin’

329. Spandau Ballet - The Singles Collection

330. Brothers Osborne - Port Saint Joe

331. Waylon Jennings - The Taker/Tulsa

Filter—The Very Best Things (1995-2008)
Bonnie Tyler—Faster Than The Speed Of Light
John Parr—John Parr
Paul McCartney—McCartney II
Steelheart—Tangled In Reins
Ringo Starr—Ringo
The Tubes—Young And Rich
George Harrison—Thirty-Three & 1/3
Atlanta Rhythm Section—Atlanta Rhythm Section
Tangerine Dream—Hyperborea
Free--Heartbreaker
Poco—Under The Gun
Rose Tattoo—Outlaws
Crosby, Stills & Nash—Greatest Hits
Twisted Sister—The Best Of The Atlantic Years
Stevie Wonder—Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I
Mountain—Avalanche
Ratt--Dancing Undercover
Lenny Kravitz—Mama Said
Carly Simon—Hotcakes
The Doobie Brothers—Best Of The Doobies
Hydra—Hydra
Argent—Argent
Collective Soul—Blood
Roger Daltrey—Under A Raging Moon
Dave Edmunds—Trax On Wax 4
Ministry—In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up
Warren Zevon—Genius: The Best Of Warren Zevon

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You can get this for a decent price:

Jon, 

I actually have that John Parr self-titled album on cassette which might end up as a Cassette Chronicles article in the future.

I have the Warren Zevon album as well.

My latest playlist:

Heart - S/T

Iron Maiden - Dance of Death

Iron Maiden - Maiden England '88

U.D.O. - Mastercutor

Hughes-Turner Project  - Live In Tokyo

Twisted Sister - Under The Blad

Twisted Sister - You Can' Stop Rock and Roll

Rainbow - Finyl Vinyl

Kiss - Asylum

Kiss - Hot In The Shade

Seven Witches - Xiled To Infinity And One

Impellitteri - System X

McAuley-Schenker Group - Unplugged Live

AOR/HARD/HEAVY
1721. Tora Tora ‎– Surprise Attack ℗1989 (7)
1722. Tormé, Bernie ‎– Turn Out The Lights ℗1982/©1996 (8)
1723. Tornado ‎– Triumph Of The King ℗2002 (2)
1724. Toto ‎– Don't Chain My Heart (EP-CD) ℗1992 (0)
1725. Tourniquet ‎– Stop The Bleeding ℗1990/©2001 (3)
1726. Tourniquet ‎– Psycho Surgery ℗1991 (5)
1727. Tourniquet ‎– Pathogenic Ocular Dissonance ℗1992 (3)
1728. Tox ‎– Prince Of Darkness ℗1991 (1)
1729. Toxik ‎– Think This ℗1989 (2)
1730. Tradia ‎– Welcome To Paradise ℗1988/©1995 (3)
1731. Trance ‎– Break Out ℗1982/©1994 (1)
1732. Trance ‎– Power Infusion ℗1983/©1994 (8)
1733. Trance ‎– Victory ℗1985/©2000 (2)
1734. Trancemission ‎– Back In Trance ℗1989/©? (1)
1735. Transmission OK ‎– The Sky, The Stars, And The Great Beyond... ℗2000 (9)
1736. Trash Broadway ‎– S/T ℗1989 (2)
1737. Treasure ‎– S/T ℗1977/©2002 (7)
1738. Treasure Land ‎– Questions ℗1997 (9)
1739. Trelleborg ‎– Lands Of Njord ℗2010 (3)
1740. Tribuzy ‎– Execution ℗2005 (6)

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I did a Cassette Chronicles article on that Tora Tora album. 

I don't have that Bernie Torme album but I'd love to hear it someday. I once spent a few months exchanging emails with Torme and it was a real kick.

Chicago—Chicago 18
Al Stewart—Zero She Flies
The Edgar Winter Group—Shock Treatment
Tom Johnston—Everything You've Heard Is True
The Rolling Stones—Their Satanic Majesties Request
Head East—Gettin' Lucky
Asia—The Very Best Of Asia: Heat Of The Moment (1982-1990)
Billy Squier--Essential
REO Speedwagon—You Can Tuna Piano, But You Can't Tuna Fish
Steely Dan—Everything Must Go
Nazareth—The Fool Circle
Jaguar—Power Games
Daft Punk—Tron: Legacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Argent—Ring Of Hands
Ratt—Reach For The Sky
Lenny Kravitz—Are You Gonna Go My Way
Linda Rondstadt—Living In The USA
Gotthard—Homerun
Night Ranger—Greatest Hits
Bee Gees—Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits
Picture—Wings
Chic—Real People
The Tubes—Now
James Taylor—Walking Man
Ministry—Psalm 69: The Way To Succeed And The Way To Suck Eggs
Little River Band—No Reins
Holocaust—The Nightcomers
George Harrison—George Harrison
Black Sabbath--Dehumanizer
Talking Heads—Little Creatures
Riot—Fire Down Under
The Black Crowes--Greatest Hits 1990-1999: A Tribute To A Work In Progress

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Jon,

I've got the Black Sabbath album Dehumanizer and love it.

I also have that Riot Fire Down Under, which seems to be an album a lot of people call the band's best, but I was rather underwhelmed by it.

332. A Thousand Horses - Southernality

333. April Wine - King Biscuit 

334. 38 Special - Rockin’ Into The Night

335. Marty Robbins - The Drifter

336. The Robert Cray Band - Twenty

337. Fleetwood Mac - Shrine ‘69

338. Blondie - Autoamerican 

339. Jefferson Starship - Winds Of Change

340. Tanya Tucker - Lizzie & the Rain Man

341. Jim Croce - Facets

342. Whitesnake - The Purple Tour

343. Christine McVie - Christine McVie

344. Robert Plant - Shaken ‘N Stirred

345. Frank Zappa - Apostrophe (‘)

346. John Entwistle - King Biscuit

347. Aerosmith - Draw The Line

348. Elton John - Too Low For Zero

For some reason the site isn't letting me respond directly to anyone else's posts.

So RJhog, I have the .38 Special and Robert Plant albums but nothing else from your latest playlist.

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