Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Double takes...

Playlist
Isaac Hayes - Black Moses
Škampa Quartet - Wigmore Hall Live
Smashing Pumpkins - Monuments To An Elegy
Booker T. & The MG's - The Best Of Booker T & The MGs
Kiss - Love Gun
Bob Dylan - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack (The Bootleg Series, Vol. 7)
Ligeti - Kammerkonzert, Ramifications, Lux aeterna, Atmosphères
Free - Tons Of Sobs
Chic - Up All Night
Vivaldi - Concertos For The Emperor
The Steve Miller Band - The Very Best Of The Steve Miller Band
Django Django - Django Django
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery (Remaster)
Jeroen Van Veen - Minimal Piano Collection Vols I-IX
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - Wolf: 24 Lieder
Chicago - Chicago II
Ter Veldhuis - JacobTV: Complete Solo Piano Music
Chicago - Chicago VIII
Shura Cherkassky - Wigmore Hall Live
Santana - The Ultimate Collection
Balanescu Quartet - Byrne, Moran, Lurie & Torke
Kiss - Revenge
Chicago - The Best Of Chicago: 40th Anniversary Edition
Maxwell Davies - Sinfonia Concertante/Sinfonia
Jeroen Van Veen - Minimal Piano Collection Vols X-XX
Van Veen - Piano Music
Ten Holt - Canto Ostinato XXL
Schulhoff - Musik Für Streichquartett (Schulhoff Quartett)
Jacques Loussier Trio - The Best of Play Bach
James Morrison - The Awakening
Rheostatics - Music for the Group of 7
Rheostatics - 2067
Paul Linklater - Smooth Sailing and How

Nothing to report today really...

I have expanded the content of my phone to include every purchase of 2015 thus far - I've been able to do this by restricting any item with more than one disc, to just one disc...

So the current soundtrack comprises some 66 titles...

As you can see, almost half of them were sampled today - six highlights being Free's "Sweet Tooth", Booker T's "Soul Clap '69", Nietzches's "Das Fragment an sich", Ter Veldhuis's "Where the Heart is", Schulhoff's "Divertimento fur Streichquartett" and the Jacque Loussier Trio's interpretation of the adagio from Bach's Italian Concerto...

In addition, albums by Isaac Hayes and Rheostatics were played in full, the latter due to an announcement that they will reform to play their album "Music Inspired by the Group of 7" in Toronto in early September...

I wish I could go...

Good skies again, including good clouds and trees - the pictures below offer double takes...




















"Agents of Shield" and new arrivals "Newzoids" and "Delivery Man" also entertained...

Lights out on the territories...

Highlight of the Day : Enjoying new music - and old music...

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why can't you go to Toronto?? I hear it's a lovely place. Carpe Diem and all that.

David Quartet said...

Well, you never know...maybe...

David Quartet said...

Diem has been Carpe'd