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    Barenaked Ladies - Everything to Everyone... Not the best BNL, but good!

    Barenaked Ladies - Everything to Everyone... I bought the one with the DVD and the one with the extra tracks, so I could hear them in the car...

    The Eagles - I don't know the title, but it's the new double greatest hits CD... Can't go wrong with this...

    Micheal McDonald - Motown... The more I listen, the more I hate it... I liked him as a member of the Doobie Brothers, I saw commercials for this and thought it sounded okay... But the entire CD all together at once is a little hard to take... He sounds like Micheal Friggen Bolton!
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    hmm

    A Perfect Circle - Thirteenth Step and..
    Pilate - Caught by the Window

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    Sandy, I love Iz...I also like his rendition too of "Somewhere over the Rainbow."
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    Josh Groban - Closer (****) My dad got this today, and I think it's great. His voice is still as awesome as ever, and this time around the selections are a lot less cheesy pseudo-pop and a lot more classically-inspired. All-in-all, a bit more majestic and beautiful than his first album.

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    Manny -- I still think your voice is better than Josh Groban.

    I remember seeing Josh on Aly McBeal for the first time and thinking he had the most incredible voice. Is that how he got his start or was recognized?
    "Among the blind, the squinter rules." ~ Gerard Didier Erasmus

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    Aww, thank you, Jewels! You're too kind. I'm not sure how Josh was first recognized; I hadn't heard him until fairly recently. I wasn't really a TV watcher; I'm still not really, per se. I think David Foster (the producer) discovered him while he was in college, looked into getting him professional training, and cultivated him to become a recording artist. Something like that.

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    The Rising - Springsteen

    I know nothing about new music. I guess I'm old, or music sucks now or the radio stations in town are just bad. A shame, really...I used to like music a lot.

    -Randy

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    The last couple of CD's I bought are

    The ballads- Roxette
    UP- Shania Twain

    I like both very much and the CD's are great imo.

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    The Jayhawks, "Rainy Day Music". Kind of has a Crosby Stills and Nash feel to it. First Jayhawks CD I've had... will eventually go back and buy earlier ones. Am a convert!
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    Jazz After Dark 2003 - 2 CD Set with 1st CD all instrumental and 2nd Jazz Vocals, Great CD!

    On The Mountain 9 - The Mountain is a Seattle radio station and they produce 1 album a year of all the guests that come in and play live acoustic music in the "Mountain Music Lounge”. It’s cool because since they are all from live local broadcasts, you get new versions of the songs. This year’s compilation has
    Lighthouse, THE WAIFS
    Tailspin, THE JAYHAWKS
    Pickapart, JOHN BUTLER
    The Boxer, CARBON LEAF
    Come Around, RHETT MILLER
    The Last Good Day of the Year, COUSTEAU
    Summertime Thing, CHUCK PROPHET
    You Can't Hide, MAKTUB
    The World Is What You Make It, PAUL BRADY
    If I Had A Boat, LYLE LOVETT
    True To Myself, ZIGGY MARLEY
    A Sorta Fairytale, TORI AMOS
    How Good It Can Get, THE WALLFLOWERS
    Suspicious Minds, PETE YORN
    Spit On A Stranger, NICKEL CREEK
    Drive South, JOHN HIATT
    Amsterdam, GUSTER
    Destiny, ZERO 7
    You and I Both, JASON MRAZ

    You can only find it at Seattle Starbucks.
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