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Tangerine Dream: Zeit (2 disc set)

 

(I'm totally sick of Christmas music after being bombarded with it incessently for a month so I've vowed that today I will listen only to CDs; preferrably ones I haven't played in a while.)

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Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now?

 

Tangerine Dream: Zeit (2 disc set)

 

(I'm totally sick of Christmas music after being bombarded with it incessently for a month so I've vowed that today I will listen only to CDs; preferrably ones I haven't played in a while.)

Tangerine Dream is excellent music to unwind to. I like to put on Green Desert when I need get my mind to relax.

 

at the moment, trying to stay awake with

Women - Def Leppard

 

(I have no idea what promted me to add DL to my iPod for work this week...)

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The soundtrack/game of Dragon Quest VIII (that I got the wife for Christmas). - the music on this game, from the box, "Music. Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. Conducted by Koichi Sugiyama" It's cool a full orchestra score.

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The soundtrack/game of Dragon Quest VIII (that I got the wife for Christmas). - the music on this game' date=' from the box, "Music. Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. Conducted by Koichi Sugiyama" It's cool a full orchestra score.[/quote']

That game is like...fifth in my que. I wish you'd all quit gushing about it; I'll get antsy and ruin my order....

Ah well...

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Stranger in Paradise -- as performed by John Raitt.

 

I wonder why his daughter decided to become a blueswoman? Not for lack of gratitude, as Bonnie Raitt is one of the greatest blueswomen of her generation, just as John was one of the greatest Broadway signer-actors of his.

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