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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by amagras, Nov 10, 2017.
Oh, I'm really dating myself now...
I'm torn between this
I spent quite a bit of time trying to read all of the articles.
I’m not sure how this hasn’t been posted yet, or how forgot to in my first post, but:
Can't post it here, but...
The Grateful Dead had some wonderful covers!
Not much of a Dead fan, my brother gave me this for Christmas one year. I think he was trying to convert me. But I do like the cover, the album itself is kinda meh..
I know this cover has already been posted , thought I’d share this anyway
I said I had a collection...
The Spotted Peccary label has some of the best album / CD covers going these days.
Simple but effective
Maybe this one. It's at least etched in my memory.
The debut album of smooth jazz supergroup Fourplay was so well produced that I and many others have used it as the reference model when choosing audio equipment. The opening track, Bali Run, features the ringing cymbals of Harvey Mason, followed by the deep, flowing bass lines of Nathan East. Blended with the riffs of Lee Ritenour ("Captain Fingers") and keyboardist Bob James, a quality sound system should reproduce this album / CD cleanly and clearly.
Their follow up album was equally impressive.
They went on to record several more releases, eventually replacing Ritenour with Larry Carlton (also a very capable guitar player!).
The start of it all was a Bob James album, Grand Piano Canyon. To this day, its final track, "Far From Turtle" remains for me the epitome of smooth, languid jazz.