The New What's On Your Cd/Turntable Thread.

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Every Stranger's Eyes

Roger Waters, In the Flesh.

5:06 AM — Every Stranger's Eyes

[Waitress:] "You wanna cup of coffee?"

[Customers:] "Hey! Turn that fucking juke box down.
You want to turn down that juke box? Loud in here."

[Waitress:] "I'm sorry, would you like a cup of coffee?
Ok, you take cream and sugar? Sure."

In truck stops and hamburger joints,
In Cadillac limousines,
In the company of has-beens
And bent-backs,
And sleeping forms on pavement steps.
In libraries and railway stations,
In books and banks,
In the pages of history,
In suicidal cavalry attacks,
I recognize
Myself in every stranger's eyes.

And in wheelchairs by monuments,
Under tube trains and commuter accidents,
In council care and county courts,
At Easter fairs and sea-side resorts;
In drawing rooms and city morgues,
In award winning photographs
Of life rafts on the China Seas,
In transit camps, under arc lamps
On unloading ramps,
In faces blurred by rubber stamps,
I recognize
Myself in every stranger's eyes.

And now, from where I stand
Upon this hill
I plundered from the pool,
I look around,
I search the skies,
I shade my eyes,
So nearly blind.
And I see signs of half remembered days,
I hear bells that chime in strange familiar ways.
I recognize
The hope you kindle in your eyes.

It's oh so easy now,
As we lie here in the dark;
Nothing interferes, it's obvious
How to beat the tears
That threaten to snuff out
The spark of our love.
Julia Kent

( 30,01 MB, total time - 05.09 )
live at Dom Cultural Centre, Moscow,
December 15, 2007

"Летающие китайцы" by ZEN-ZEN-ZEN
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Great album, and simply awesome for!
It morphs modern times with classic music values and creates a unique reflection on our modern society, if you understand Russian that is. :)

I particularly liked Om Namah Shivaya, Про кенгурей reminded of tales about tropic animals I read as a kid, and Пиратская is an awesome song!

Use of flutes reminded me a bit of Jethro Tull.
"Worm Food" by Ruth Theodore
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The guitar playing is what does it for me right off the start, the lyrics and the way they are presented was the icing on the cake. On top of that, you've got some fantastic support music. This album is definitely worth a curious listen.
Yes they were very good but Alvin Lee became very difficult to play with and caused the band to lose players at first then it was disbanded altogether.
for me today.....

CunninLynguists new CD "Dirty Acres" will be on repeat throughout the day......
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