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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote salmacis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 09 2008 at 15:33
No quieter than usual IMHO.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote glass house Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 09 2008 at 15:34
Originally posted by Dick Heath Dick Heath wrote:

Guys, minor moan from another listener (my brother) that we sound quiet - really?
 
Brothers are always wiser!?!
 
 
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Originally posted by glass house glass house wrote:

Dick, you play 11 jazz rock fusion world tracks out of this list. Why not more?
 
 
  You'll find it is   concentrated jazz/fusion in the first 30min - I have to compile a chart for Jazzwise magazine - but then my brief is play allsort - expect the unexpected.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote salmacis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 09 2008 at 15:36
Yes, when I read Jazzwise (my local library has it) I notice the Loughborough charts. There are ones from Zavvi and places like that too, although the jazz section in my local Zavvi has greatly diminished.
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Originally posted by Dick Heath Dick Heath wrote:

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9th October 2008

 

Track

Time

Band

Track Title

Album

Genre

Label

3.11

4.31

George Duke

Thatís What She Said

My Soul

Jazz Funk

MPS

7

6.31

Hiromiís Sonicbloom

Led Boots

Beyond Standard

Jazz Fusion

Telarc

13

5.43

Adriano Adewale Group

Sementes

Sementes

World Jazz

Segue

3

5.38

Elephant9

Skink

Dodovoodoo

Jazz Rock

Rune G

3

7.31

Garaj Mahal

Hotel (radio edit)

WooT

Jazz Rock

Owl Studios

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

2.44

Matts Morgan

Trottsove

Trends & Other Diseases

Fusion

Cuneiform

12

2.25

Sloan

Iím Not A Kid Anymore

Parallel Play

Pop

Yep Roc

2

3.59

Heldon

Une Drole De Journee

Stand By

Prog

Cuneiform

6

5.01

Bruce Hornsby

Preacher In The Ring part 1

Spirit Trail

Rock

RCA

3

8.44

Jordan Rudess (+ Ron Thal)

Just The Same

The Road Home

Prog

Magna Carta

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

2.17

Vampire Weekend

A-Punk

Vampire Weekend

Afro Pop

XL

2.7

3.43

Supersister

She Was Naked

Spirit Of Joy

Jazz Rock

Polydor

3

5.32

Garbarek, Brahem, Hussain

Sebika

Madar

World Jazz

ECM

5

5.42

Roy Harper

Goodbye

Flat Baroque & Berserk

Folk

Science Friction

2.1

3.42

Jethro Tull

My Sunday Feeling

This Was (40th Anniversary Edition)

Blues Rock

EMI

7

6.07

David Earle Johnson + Jan Hammer

Bamboo Forest

Hip Address

Jazz Rock

One Way

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.11

4.22

Ginger Bakerís Airforce (+Graham Bond)

Let Me Ride

Spirit Of Joy

Jazz Rock

Polydor

1.4

3.05

The Creation

How Does It Feel To Feel

Spirit Of Joy

Psych

Polydor

12

4.14

Alexis Korner/Colin Hodgkinson

Got My Mojo Working

Alexis Korner And Ö.. 1972-83

Blues

Castle

1.8

4.46

Pink Floyd

The Great Gig In The Sky

Echoes

Psych

EMI

2.12

7.15

Rory Gallagher

Canít Believe Itís True

Spirit Of Joy

Blues

Polydor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.7

3.12

Fairport Convention

Itís Alright Mamma Itís Only Witchcraft

Spirit Of Joy

Folk Rock

Polydor

2

5.09

Omar Dykes& Jimmy Vaughan

Baby What You Want Me To Do/Big City

Jimmy Reed Highway

Blues

Ruf

9

4.40

Obscured By Clouds

Thatís The Way

Bleed

Folk Rock

OBC Demo

1

2.04

Nick Drake

Pink Moon

Pink Moon

Folk

Island

1

7.07

Indukti

Freder

S.U.S.A.R.

Heavy Prog

Lasers Edge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

6.41

Beardfish

The Ungodly Slob

Sleeping In Traffic Part 1

NeoProg

Inside Out SPV

1

5.10

Duster Bennett

Itís A Man Down there

Blue Inside

Blues

Indigo

1.5

4.55

Allman Brothers

One Way Out

Fillmore

Blues Rock

Polydor

11

9.42

Wave Mechanics Union

Heart Of The Sunrise

Second Season

Jazz

HX Music


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That Loughborough CHART is ofTEN affected by the feedback i GET FROM YOU GUYS

Edited by Dick Heath - October 09 2008 at 15:42
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I find the quality of the stream quite low... was it like that last year?

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This Heldon track sounds far from interesting than the previous.. kid LOL
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Jordan Rudess...I wonder if that album shows more subtlety in the playing department than his excursions with Dream Theater!
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Originally posted by aapatsos aapatsos wrote:

I find the quality of the stream quite low... was it like that last year?



SOMEBODY IS PRATTING WITH THE BANDWIDTH(?) SHOULD BE 128K/S BUT NOTICED IT IS HALF THAT AT THE MOMENT
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Hello Athanasios, long time no see!
 
 
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'The Way It Is' I thought it was AOR. Definitely agree on that 'up front' drum sound characterised the 80s.

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Originally posted by salmacis salmacis wrote:

Jordan Rudess...I wonder if that album shows more subtlety in the playing department than his excursions with Dream Theater!


It isn't bad, some self control and one or two of the guests are interesting
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^ Hi Tony, yes I was away in Greece for several months, back in the UK now, first time listening to the show this year. Hope you are all good and enjoy the show... I am trying to compile a review on Caravan's ITLOGAP...God it's hard LOL
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I'm doing some university work...
 
And Rudess is still showboating! I know he did 'Dance On A Volcano' on that album as well, any chance of slipping that in next week's show, Dick?
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That was The Beatles track I didn't identify last week when discussing the jingles... 'You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)'.
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Dick, you deserve a spanking for forgetting Supersister!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I've not heard Supersister but have heard of them.


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Originally posted by salmacis salmacis wrote:

That was The Beatles track I didn't identify last week when discussing the jingles... 'You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)'.


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Originally posted by glass house glass house wrote:

Dick, you deserve a spanking for forgetting Supersister!!!!!!!!!!!!


But I've found it - I put this track on the list mid September and in the meanwhile forgotten it was on a sampler - just engaged those brain cells, lo and behold it came back to me
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