What is the most recent CD or LP you've purchased? Is it any good?

What is the most recent CD or LP you've purchased? Is it any good?
Here it is:
95% (150 votes)
I don't buy music.
1% (1 vote)
Can't remember . . .
4% (7 votes)
Total votes: 158

This question is an attempt to quickly take the pulse of audiophile music tastes this month: What music have you just bought?

John Carlson's picture

Since I'm into second-hand LPs, it all depends on what turns up. My most recent binge—er, buying trip included a Handel Harpsichord & Lute music LP, a copy of "Camelot," a Verdi opera, and last and maybe least, "Bagpipe Marches of Scotland." (Hey, at 25 cents for a new, sealed LP, how could I refuse?)

Glenn Bennett's picture

Diana Krall's "When I Look in Your Eyes." One of her best albums.

David L.  Wyatt, Jr.'s picture

Ice by Trial Balloon, an indie I found on CDBaby.com. It rocks too.

Richard's picture

Morphine, "The Night." Very poignant for a last album from Mark Sandman.

Michael Kowand's picture

I just purchased three CDs: Kenny Wayne Shepherd, "Live On." Jimmy D. Lane, "Legacy." Jonny Lang, "Wander this World."

Joe Evans's picture

Dru Hill. What an awful-sounding CD. I gave it to my ladyfriend. She loved it. Well! She does like me.

Danny Kaey's picture

Bob Marley - Exodus, MOFI LP & CD... Keith Jarret, K

Barry Krakovsky's picture

Just bought the 3cd set by the Magnetic Fields, "69." A collection of sixty nine love songs. Great pop well crafted. Aside from that I collect used jazz on vinyl. Most recent vinyl purchase, Teddy Wilson, Tribute to Fats Waller on Black Lion, John Handy, "No Coast Jazz," "Bennie Wallace Plays Monk," on Enja, Art Pepper, "Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at the Village Vanguard," on Contemporary. I'm also listening to a collection of Klezmer music on CD entitled, "Between Heaven and Earth." There is way too much good software and not enough time!

Mike McClendon's picture

David Sanborn's "Inside." I am in awe of Sting's cover of the wonderful old Bill Withers tune, "Ain't No Sunshine." I've never paid much attention to Sting before, but that's gonna change. Great CD!

MIA's picture

Blue Man Group: Audio is not bad, it just doesn't meet my expectations. It lacks the range and color of the live performance. The disc is in HDCD format, which helps the dynamics. The disc would be nothing but noise without it.

Paul's picture

Catatonia, "Equally Cursed and Blessed." It's goddamn brilliant.

Rick Flynn's picture

Santana's first album, Columbia/Legacy 24-bit remaster, three added tracks from Woodstock.

Jorge Liguori's picture

Strange Cargo III (William Orbit): some New Age with a lot of punch.

Gary Sarlo's picture

Coco Montoya's new release, "Suspicion." Awesome guitar work, overall mix pretty good! Worth a shot!

Geno's picture

Delbert McClinton-One Of The Fortunate Few. It's in heavy rotation.

Harvey B.'s picture

Brendan Perry's "Eye of the Hunter." This is a solo effort since leaving Dead Can Dance. Very nice, airy sound to this recording, done at Quivvy Church. I found a track from the album available to download from Atomic Pops website. Great idea! It made the sale. Bonus to get it on vinyl!!

Harris's picture

Warren G - I want it all

Randy Thill's picture

Holly Cole's "Dark Dear Heart." It is the best album I have heard in 10 years.

Jack Roberts's picture

Joni Mitchel's "Both Sides Now." I hated it.

Michael Arpin's picture

The Color and the Shape by the Foo Fighters is my most recent addition, even though it is an older album. I originally bought it for one track, but after the first complete listen-through, I realized that there are talented musicians (Dave Grohl, namely) who play alternative rock. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a glimpse of what good alternative sounds like. The musicianship (mostly Dave Grohl) is excellent, and the recording is better than any other alt. record that I have heard.

Robin Heisey's picture

The Goldberg Variations performed by the Canadian Brass. It's very good—lots of new discoveries from JSB.

Davey F.'s picture

The last MFSL release! "Roy Orbison Sings Lonely and Blue." Haven't heard it, probably never will! Too rare to open. Pick them up while you still can.

Ranjan Majumder's picture

Mark Knopfler "Golden Heart". Bought this to listen to HDCD recording and really amazed, how clear the music is compared to regular CD.

Colin Cassidy's picture

Bob Marley,Exodus ---the bomb shit

mike eschman's picture

dgg,boulez,chicago, r. strauss also sprak Zarathustra

Denny Phillips's picture

My most recent purchases are not recent releases, and they are both good. "Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space" by Spiritualized and "Damaged" by Black Flag have helped me soothe a recent retro phase concerning psychedelia and punk I have been experiencing lately.

Greg's picture

Bt - Movement In Still Life. House , trance , ambient electronica CD. Very well done, he is among the best in the genre.

BLET's picture

Shelby Lynne. "I AM Shelby Lynne" Great songwriting and vocals. Sound quality is average. One good song after another. Very good buy.

Pete's picture

Kind of Blue, Miles Davis. Jaques Brel, En Scene. Test old grounds.

peterj@ameritech.net's picture

Scheherazade, on Referance Recordings The best that I've heard in years. Sometimes you don't expect much from a showstopper in the way of inner beauty or true musicality but this time your rewarded with both in abundance. Highly recomended!