Monday, November 21, 2005

shove it, Frampton.

I've been listening to a lot of music here at work while I work on some massive Word documents these past couple of weeks. As such, I've been running my iTunes playlist into the ground of late. This morning, I couldn't stomach the thought of hearing the same songs over and over and over again for another week (albeit, a short week).

So, today I dragged in a good 20 or so additional CDs and ripped them all into iTunes. First of all, iTunes r0><0rz. So, way to go Apple. But, second of all, I ripped one album in particular that I've been LOVING today.

The winner? Peter Gabriel's "Secret World Live" which could possibly be the greatest live album I've ever heard. Gabriel's a genius and he has an incredible talent for finding just the right guest artists to play live with him.

On Secret World Live, Gabriel snags Paula Cole before she became famous and then dropped off the face of the Earth again. Their two voices, backed by a killer rhythm section, make for a very enjoyable double album. And yeah, it's so freakin good that I love the inclusion of two discs.

Anyway, if you haven't ever heard it, check it out; you won't be disappointed. If you've heard it but not recently, listen to it again. And, I dunno, if you're listening to it right now, then you get a gold star.

4 comments:

rooni said...

Doh! I don't get a gold star. =(

I'm currently listening to something quite different.. which I plan on mentioning in my blog at some point soon.

Bug said...

Wow! You just put an ad for your blog in my blog. ; )

And it worked. I immediately clicked the link to see if you had written about it yet.

Way to go. Gold Star for advertising.

EmoRiot said...

Secret World Live = good.

A little dated in sound, but very very well performed.

phobucket said...

Peter Gabriel is best in an audio format where you can't see his pelvic thrust dancing. Great album though.

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