#1
Alright I need some suggestions for some music that can be bought on iTunes.

I am starting to get into fusion type jazz and stuff, but any rock, blues, or jazz reccomendations of a good album would be great. I have a lot of the more popular stuff.
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#2
Don't buy music from iTunes; a CD is the same price, and the quality off iTunes is bad. At best the quality is 192kb/s, but a lot is 128kb/s.

Suggestion:
Joe Pass - Virtuoso
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#4
If you're going to buy a cd, you might as well get an actual cd for the better sound quality.

If you want fusion... I like Birds of Fire, by the Mahavishnu Orchestra.
#5
Robben Ford.

Amazing guitarist, blues-jazz.

I suggest "A handful of blues" or "talk to your daughter" (THat's his first blues albumn, it one best contempary blus album in whatever year)
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#6
Quote by Hypnot1st
Don't buy music from iTunes; a CD is the same price, and the quality off iTunes is bad. At best the quality is 192kb/s, but a lot is 128kb/s.



Add to the fact that you then have to fork out for a blank CD and case if you want to play it in your stereo. Then if they provide you with the album art you have to print that off.
I realise all of this can be cheap to get/do, but still, iTunes is not the way to go. Use it for previews if anything.
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#7
Here one of each (My current favs)

Jazz: Dexter Gordon - Landslide
Fusion: Pat Metheny - The Way Up
Blues: B. B. King - Live at the Regal
Rock: Joe Satriani - Flying in a Blue Dream

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