So how do you like the reissue of Exile on Main Street? Are the new goodies worth it?
I bought it for the goodies (the 10 "new" songs and the interview disc) and it was worth it to me.
Of course it's a phenominal album on its own. If you don't have any other Rolling Stones albums... well, this might not be the one to get. It's very raw, and frankly, I wasn't quite ready for it the first time I heard it. But it's grown on me over the years and rightly deserves to be the favorite it is. If you're familiar with the Stones, though (or think you are) and haven't heard Exile on Main Street, by all means, this is the one to buy.
Jimi Hendrix - Experience Hendrix: The Best of Jimi Hendrix
David Byrne & Fatboy Slim - Here Lies Love
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba - I Speak Fula
Peter Gabriel - Scratch My Back
Contact - Five on One
Kenny Burrell - Prime
Food - Molecular Gastronomy
Michael Brook - Shona
Episodes of the Suspense radio show. One of the episodes is an adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel The ABC Murders, which I finished yesterday. The adaptation, starring Charles Laughton and Elsa Lanchester, focuses on the character who is the central suspect in the novel, and drops Poirot. I didn't think it really works. Other episodes that I've listened to starred Peter Lorre, Cary Grant and Agnes Moorehead, and several were written by John Dickson Carr.
Dave Douglas - Strange Liberation
Dave Douglas - Witness
Dave Holland Quintet - Archive Series Vol. 1
Rick Cox - Maria Falling Away
Miles Davis - Filles de Kilimanjaro
Ben Goldberg - Go Home
Don Byron - Tuskegee Experiments
Pat Metheny Trio - Tokyo Day Trip: Live EP
Miles Davis - Miles in the Sky