Re: What's in your CD player?

Gus Cannon & Noah Lewis, "Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2" (Document)
Robert Jr. Lockwood, "Does 12"
Blind Boys of Alabama w/Robert Randolph and the Family Band, "Higher Ground"
African-American Spirituals: The Concert Tradition, "Wade In The Water, 
Vol. 1"
Ike & Tina Turner, "Proud Mary"

Linda Delong wrote:

>   Hi All,
>          Since some folks seem to be lamenting the "lost days" of
>harp-l, I thought maybe a round of innocuous fun in the form of "what's
>in your CD player" might be in order.Allow me to kick it off....
>                 (on shuffle)   disc 1 "The Essential Little Walter" -
>MCA Chess
>                                    disc 1&2 "Paul Butterfield Blues
>Band-An Anthology" - Elektra
>                                                 The Dave Brubeck
>Quartet-"Time Out" - Columbia
>                                                 The Boneshakers- "Book
>of Spells" - Pointblank
>   The back to back juxtaposition of LW and Butter is very entertaining
>and instructive.The linear progression from LW's swing influenced style
>to Butterfields rock and jazz really stands out when heard together.This
>particular Boneshakers Cd is one that I never tire of - great band!
>Brubeck is an all time classic that should be required listening for any
>musician regardless of genre.What pleases me most about this group of
>CDs is that they were chosen by my 29 year old son visiting for the
>holiday. I guess I did something right raising that boy!
>                                                     Peace,
>                                                              Jeff
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