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Old 2nd July 2011, 03:51 AM   #31
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Track 7 sounds for all the world like Bob James to me, but I couldn't identify the song.
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Old 2nd July 2011, 03:58 AM   #32
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That one I got (with help from Google):

Track 6: Big Boy Henry, "Old Bill" - Beaufort Blues

Also, I got the track number wrong on "Isn't She Lovely"...

The instrumentals aren't so easy to google, unfortunately!

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Artist Title CD/Record *ID'd by*

Track 1:
Track 2:
Track 3:
Track 4: Livingston Taylor "Isn't She Lovely" Ink *Pano*
Track 5:
Track 6: Big Boy Henry, "Old Bill" - Beaufort Blues *bwaslo*
Track 7:
Track 8: Eric Bibb "Shingle by Shingle" - Good Stuff *Pano*
Track 9: James Taylor - "Line em Up" Hourglass *Pano*
Track 10:
Track 11:
Track 12: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto (3rd movement?) don't know the recording (*Pano*)
Track 13: Bach-Gounod "Ave Maria" *Pano*
Track 14:
Track 15:
Track 16: Down at your buryin' written by James Cotton *Arick*
Track 17:
Track 18: written buy Derrick Ashong, used on the trailer of the movie :The Shift. *Arick*
Track 19:
Track 20: Hans Theessink, "Set Me Free", Journey On *Arick*

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Old 2nd July 2011, 08:02 PM   #33
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Default 2nd set of 20 tracks

Ok, here's the link to the mp3 files for the second set of 20 tracks, "Disc2" (53MB):

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And here it is as an "nrg" image of an uncompressed Audio CD (400MB):

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=4OPJPOWQ

Enjoy, and ID any you can.
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Old 2nd July 2011, 09:17 PM   #34
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Disk 1 IDs --
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Artist Title CD/Record *ID'd by*

Track 1:
Track 2:
Track 3:
Track 4: Livingston Taylor "Isn't She Lovely" Ink *Pano*
Track 5:
Track 6: Big Boy Henry, "Old Bill" - Beaufort Blues *bwaslo*
Track 7: George Duke "From Dusk To Dawn", After Hours *soundhound*
Track 8: Eric Bibb "Shingle by Shingle" - Good Stuff *Pano*
Track 9: James Taylor - "Line em Up" Hourglass *Pano*
Track 10:
Track 11:
Track 12: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto (3rd movement?) don't know the recording (*Pano*)
Track 13: Bach-Gounod "Ave Maria" *Pano*
Track 14:
Track 15:
Track 16: Down at your buryin' written by James Cotton *Arick*
Track 17:
Track 18: Eric Bibb, New World Coming Through, Good Stuff
written buy Derrick Ashong, used on the trailer of the movie :The Shift. *Arick*
Track 19: Robbie Williams "Well Did You Evah", Swing WHen You're Winning *SoundHound*
Track 20: Hans Theessink, "Set Me Free", Journey On *Arick*

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Old 4th July 2011, 02:50 AM   #35
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Default Disc #2

Track 1: Saint Seans - Carnival of the Animals, "The Elephant" (recording unknown)
Track 3: Johann Strauss - "Pizzicato Polka" (unknown recording)
Track 19: Harry Belafonte Live at Carnegie Hall, "When the Saints Go Marching In"
Track 20: Kodos (not sure which CD, will search)

I don't know the recordings on 3 of these, but at least it's a start
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Old 4th July 2011, 04:10 AM   #36
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Track 9 is Diane Krall "My Love Is"
Track 10 is Robbie Williams "Mr. Bojangles" from In and Out of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010
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Old 4th July 2011, 04:17 PM   #37
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Disk 2 IDs --
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Artist Title CD/Record *ID'd by*
Track 1: Saint Seans - Carnival of the Animals, "The Elephant" (recording unknown) *Pano*
Track 2:
Track 3: Johann Strauss - "Pizzicato Polka" (unknown recording) *Pano*
Track 4:
Track 5:
Track 6:
Track 7:
Track 8:
Track 9: Diane Krall "My Love Is" *sofaspud*
Track 10: Robbie Williams "Mr. Bojangles" from In and Out of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010 *sofaspud*
Track 11:
Track 12:
Track 13:
Track 14:
Track 15:
Track 16:
Track 17:
Track 18:
Track 19: Harry Belafonte Live at Carnegie Hall, "When the Saints Go Marching In" *Pano*
Track 20: Kodos (not sure which CD, will search) *Pano*
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Hope this doesn't spoil the game, but my daughter showed me an iPhone app that you just expose to about 10sec of a piece of music, through the smartphone mic, and it (about half the time) can identify the song, artist, and album. That's what did the "SoundHound" IDs of the first disk. Pretty darn neat. I didn't want to completely cheat, so I didn't put down its IDs of all the tracks it found. Maybe later I'll let it ID the stragglers when it can. Unfortunately, it does worst on classical pieces and couldn't get the first three tracks of Disk1.
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Old 5th July 2011, 04:08 AM   #38
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Yes, I've read about it but not used it.

MusicMatch Jukebox used to have a "Super Tagging" feature that would do much the same thing. A track has a sonic finger print, so to speak.
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