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You go Pinchy

1. The Slip from Frontiertown Disc 1 - can't wait for the rest of the set

2. Jack Johnson - On and On - Detractors beware, Jack is Jack and perfect for the patio

3. The Wailers - 73 radio show - just got this and wow, the Tosh is thick on this

4. Radiohead - Hail to the Thief - a student set me this, complete and AMAZING

5.Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks - Pig Lib - it's not Pavement but it's good

honorable mentions - GD - 8/27/72, The Dears new album, Phish 3/31/93, the Slip Angels On Time (purchanced at Frontiertown for $12 before the merch table figured out the exchange thing)

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1. Phish 2/24/03 - disc 3

2. S.C.I. - 4/20/02 - what an awesome show!!

3. Phish - 2/14/03 - Can ya guess a trade just came in? [big Grin]

4. Electric Meat - 05/03/03' - set 2

5. Phish - 12/11/99' - disc 1

So much music ....so little time

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John Scofield - A Go-Go

Lucinda Williams - World Without Tears (still spinnin' it!)

Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Preludes, Airs & Yodels

Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays - As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls

The White Stripes - Elephant (diggin' it more and more!)

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the libertines - up the bracket (for thsoe fo you who said you're digging the white stripes, check these guys out theyre similair but i like them alot more)

the pixies - surfer rosa

the grateful dead - american beauty

radiohead - hail to the thief

nero - is it morning?

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Wow Phish Stick! Surfer Rosa eh? Didn't know anyone else dug that stuff. I saw those dudes quite a few years back in Toronto. It was a great show.

Here's my disks:

Trey - Plasma - Disk 1

John Scofield - Up All Night

St. Germain - Boulevard

Dylan & The Dead

O' Brother Where Art Thou

The Slip - Live is my Jumby

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I'm actually on a ten disc rotation. Here's 5 more:

The White Stripes - The White Stripes(Uncompromising punk/blues. Fuckin' killer raunch-blues guitaring)

Who's Next: Deluxe Edition - The Who

(Disc 2 is all unreleased live stuff from 1971. It's as good as Live At Leeds)

The Who Sings My Generation: Deluxe Edition

(Moon's drumming never sounded so explosive. Plus, bonus unreleased stuff).

Soledad Brothers - Soledad Brothers

(2-piece blues band from Detroit. Heavy delta and jam-oriented blues).

Hittin' The Note - The Allman Brothers Band

(As good or better than their last studo album: Where It All Begins. And that album is great).

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nero: 12-19-02 Jimmy Jazz, Guelph, ON D1

Del McCoury Band: 04-26-03 Merlefest, Wilkesboro, NC

The Wassabi Collective: The Masquerade Sessions

nero: 01-30-03 Wilf's Pub, Waterloo, ON D2

Grateful Dead: 07-13-85 Ventura C.F., Ventura, CA D1

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