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PostPosted: Fri Jul 03, 2009 10:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Nice. I love Willie. Have you checked out his recent collaboration with Asleep at the Wheel, called Willie and the Wheel? Its pretty good - fun, upbeat Texas swing.

I listened to Levon Helm's Electric Dirt. I give it a thumbs up.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Nice. I love Willie. Have you checked out his recent collaboration with Asleep at the Wheel, called Willie and the Wheel? Its pretty good - fun, upbeat Texas swing.

I listened to Levon Helm's Electric Dirt. I give it a thumbs up.


Yeah, Willie is fantastic, I have heard his live shows are kind of uneven, but I saw him once and it was a great show, he and his sister played some of the tunes from Red Headed Stranger, although he is kind of like Dylan now, more rapping out the lyrics to his songs than singing them. Can't beat his guitar playing though and his sister is a really good piano player, and considering how old he is he is a great performer, I just listened to a recording of one of his recent concerts and it was pretty cool. One of his shows from 79 - April 1 - at the Capitol Theater in New Jersey has been up lately at some of the sites, it was from Jerry Moore's stash, he recently passed away. That's a pretty good show too.
I like Willie as collaborator, one of my favorite albums by him is San Antonio Rose with Ray Price, love that guy's voice. I haven't Willie and the Wheel at all, thanks for the recommendation.
I need to check out that Levon Helm album for sure.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bruce Springsteen's The Ghost Of Tom Joad. Rage Against The Machine has covered the title song (at first I thought this was a RATM original). The entire album has a nice folksy sound to it.
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George Harrison-All Things Must Pass
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Alison Krauss & Union Station, 9/23/89. What a voice this lady has.
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Todd Snider. I have a bunch of his stuff on shuffle. He is one of my favorite alt. country singers. His songs have a certain humor to them I haven't heard elsewhere. For instance he sings about Louie, Louie and how it led to Marilyn Manson.

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Then he has this song:
Conservative Christian Right-Wing Republican Straight White American Males

From The Album East Nashville Skyline
Check out the story about Garth Brooks before he sings this song. Pretty funny.

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[img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/c/c7/Elton_John_-_Tumbleweed_Connection.jpg/200px-[/img]


Well I can't figure out how to post pics here dammit! Sorry.

Tumbleweed Connection by Elton John. Freaking great album.
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Well I can't figure out how to post pics here dammit! Sorry.

Tumbleweed Connection by Elton John. Freaking great album.


I used to wear this album out.
It's like he's doing a soundtrack from a gritty old western.
Burn Down the Mission is one of my all-time faves by anyone!
Thanks for the reminder to get in back in the rotation.

Here's the pic, I think.



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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Right now I am streaming "Eye of the Tiger" selected by the fine staff of 88.4 The Cheese, a station out of New Zealand.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bobby Dylan---Another Side of Bob Dylan Cool
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Go Now - Moody Blues
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Jim Croce..........assorted.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 09, 2009 1:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Abbey Road this morning. A lovely way to bring in Sunday Smile Cool
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some good hiking and running yesterday before sundown and the last album before I got back:

Nirvana - Nevermind


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I rocked out to some Jefferson Airplane Bathing At Baxters. Love that album!!!
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I rocked out to some Jefferson Airplane Bathing At Baxters. Love that album!!!
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A black and white proshot Johnny Cash NTSC bootleg DVD I scored at losslesslegs a little while ago, great stuff, 6/9/94 New York. I split archived it and put it up on megaupload to share with some people, and didn't alter any of the filesets in any way, if anybody wants it, the megaupload links at the bottom should work.
Also put this one up at Aiko's site,
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which seems to have survived the GracefulDuck circus.

1. Folsom Prison Blues
2. Sunday Morning Coming Down
3. Ring Of Fire
4. I Walk The Line
5. Delia's Gone
6. The Beast In Me
7. Drive On
8. The Man Who Couldn't Cry
9. Thirteen
10. Tennesse Stud
11. Big River
12. Ghost Riders In The Sky
13. Orange Blossom Special
14. Let The Train Blow The Whistle

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 2:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hmmm ive been hooked on the dead for like 3 weeks now overloaded on bootlegs ive downloaded i suppose. but ive listened to besides the dead Bob Dylan bootleg series volume 4. Neil young live at massey hall. Allman Brothers Fillmore East(prolly my favorite live album) and the who sell out.
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Love that Stewie Copeland!

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I listened to Buckethead's Colma and Portishead's Live In NYC this morning at work.
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The Beatles-Rubber Soul and Revolver today..God may have blessed every note they played Smile
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The Beatles-Rubber Soul and Revolver today..God may have blessed every note they played Smile


Excellent albums...I have been listening to Steve Kimock Band 2-22-2002 the past couple days. Normally, I listen to a show and move on. This one on the other hand is the exact opposite.
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"A Thousand Kisses Deep" by Leonard Cohen, not so much a tune as a spoken word piece here.

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Casting Crowns - 2003 self-titled debut

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It might be blasphemy but I think this is my favorite Beatles album to date. The remixes are brilliant and the flow of the album can only be compared to other Beatles albums.
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Soundtrack to "Oh Brother Where Art Thou".Love pulling this out every now and then.
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Soundtrack to "Oh Brother Where Art Thou".Love pulling this out every now and then.


That is a good album overall. I enjoy Down From The Mountain. It was the soundtrack performed live. There were a couple different songs and some different artists if I am right. Either way they both albums should be released as a double disc.
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1974-12-08 Weather Report

2009-09-05 Britney Spears

1988-07-01 Bob Dylan

2009-09-10 Nine Inch Nails

Miles Davis Bitches Brew Disc 1

Such a random day for music.
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Thelonious Monk 4 17 66 Tivoli, great stuff.
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Quick note about this one....All star Blue Note House Lineup:

Hank Mobley — tenor saxophone
Curtis Fuller — trombone
Lee Morgan — trumpet
McCoy Tyner — piano
Bob Cranshaw — bass
Billy Higgins — drums

Van Gelder Era Blue Note and one of my favorite albums of all time....A Caddy for Daddy is a blatant ripoff of Herbie's Watermelon Man, but I dont care...These guys definately got their [CENSORED] together..In an Era when Coltrane and Cannonball owned the tenor sax, Hank held his own.....His horn sounds great, and McCoy is amazing....Dont take my word for it, check it out...If you need it, PM me...PEace


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- That's Why There's Grace (2008)
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I have had a relaxing evening listening to Battlestar Galactica's Original Soundtracks. These are all excellent musical scores. The only song with real lyrics is All Along The Watchtower which is when you find out Bob Dylan is an angel or something to that effect. However, these make me sad as I listen for I know there is no more BSG to look forward to. Other than The Plan which is going to be a televised movie or miniseries. Oh and Caprica the new spinoff is comin up soon. Still not the same. Did I ever mention that I am somewhat of a nerd.
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Other than the recent first night of Furthur, I've been on a Christian music kick but tonight a certain circumstance called for a certain change of tone and I just walked a mile and a mile back to buy a 6-pack at 2:30 in the morning listening to, for the first time since like 1995...


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(their 1989 debut and so classic.)

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Holy crap, there's not a bad song on there. Having heard the album at least 100 times before, I knew that already but this was the first time listening in over ten years! Brought me back to seein' the first Lollapalooza Festival in 1991 at Great Woods in Massachusetts... not that I really remember that so much but bits and pieces of it, including seeing NIN, will always be with me. I was a Deadhead in a tie dye and Bobby-style cutoffs amongst a sea of Doc Martens.
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Great album, and quite a 180 from what you had been listening to!
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The Gourds "Heavy Ornamentals" - good roots/alt-country/tex-mex stuff from
Austin (I think)

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Other than the recent first night of Furthur, I've been on a Christian music kick but tonight a certain circumstance called for a certain change of tone and I just walked a mile and a mile back to buy a 6-pack at 2:30 in the morning listening to, for the first time since like 1995...


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(their 1989 debut and so classic.)

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Holy crap, there's not a bad song on there. Having heard the album at least 100 times before, I knew that already but this was the first time listening in over ten years! Brought me back to seein' the first Lollapalooza Festival in 1991 at Great Woods in Massachusetts... not that I really remember that so much but bits and pieces of it, including seeing NIN, will always be with me. I was a Deadhead in a tie dye and Bobby-style cutoffs amongst a sea of Doc Martens.


I have the demos for this album. Many songs have morphed and become a lot better on Pretty Hate Machine. One of the all time greats. I literally have bought this album like 3 times. Once stolen, scratched, and once again stolen. When I went to repurchase this album a few years ago it was no where to be found (I looked at every record store). Then I found out it was out of print due to Reznor and TVT Records having a dispute. Since this time the album has been rereleased.
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The musical scores just keep a flowing in my house. I just got the Terminator Sarah Connor Chronicles soundtrack. The first song on it was Samson And Delilah. To my surprise it was Shirley Manson from Garbage singing a rather familiar song.
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Most of the scores I have been listening to lately have all been done Bear McCreary. He is very atmospheric and ambient. When needed though he can up the ante and become intense and epic. Which is why I have been digging Battlestar Galactica's soundtracks so much lately.
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The new black Crowes albums.

Before the Frost is the first one and delivers somewhat typical Crowes. More Country Rock then straight out Rock. Check out the disco tune!

After the Freeze is the free companion download they gave away with the Frost album. This one is straight up Country with a bluegrass feel.

Both are excellent. They recorded these in front of a live audience at Levon Helms's barn during the course of 4 nights. It's a live album but it doesn't sound like one. Check them out!
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The Cure 2000-04-11. You can also listen to this show since Koch posted his upload for it in the Cure Upload section.

This is a great FM source. The setlist is rather long and it varies. This is good gloomy Cure. Tracks from Disintegration and Bloodflowers are the high lights for me.
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Listened to Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock all after noon. Moved onto some Talking Heads!!! Excellent recording from 1983-08-03 SPAC
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ART BLAKEY, drums
LEE MORGAN, trumpet
WAYNE SHORTER, tenor sax
BOBBY TIMMONS, piano
JYMIE MERRITT, bass


For those of you unfamiliar with Art Blakey, he essentially is the inventor of the Hard Bop or Bebop style of drumming. Lee Morgan once again is absolutely blistering on the trumpet…Another all time Blue Note classic from the Van Gelder era……Must have for any Jazz fan…..PEace
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ART BLAKEY, drums
LEE MORGAN, trumpet
WAYNE SHORTER, tenor sax
BOBBY TIMMONS, piano
JYMIE MERRITT, bass


For those of you unfamiliar with Art Blakey, he essentially is the inventor of the Hard Bop or Bebop style of drumming. Lee Morgan once again is absolutely blistering on the trumpet…Another all time Blue Note classic from the Van Gelder era……Must have for any Jazz fan…..PEace


Amazing jazz album.. One of my favorites
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Freewheelin' Bob Dylan...Key tunes
Girl from the No. Country
Masters of War
Don't Think Twice
Blowin' in the Wind
Hard Rains Gonna Fall
WWIII Blues

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Freewheelin' Bob Dylan...Key tunes
Girl from the No. Country
Masters of War
Don't Think Twice
Blowin' in the Wind
Hard Rains Gonna Fall
WWIII Blues


Cool I have said this before, maybe even on LSP somewhere. I think Masters Of War is the meanest song he has ever written.
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Alice In Chains have returned with a new album. The first since the passing of lead singer Layne Staley. It features the same gloom and doom that they were known for back in the early 90s. Actually, it pretty much picks up right where 1995's Alice In Chains album left off. Oh yeah....there is a special guest with the name of Elton John on the last song. I give it 3 stars, just because it seems like I have heard all of these songs before, but impressed with the new singer. It seems like they have successfully done that few bands before them have done. AC/DC being one of them.
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Freewheelin' Bob Dylan...Key tunes
Girl from the No. Country
Masters of War
Don't Think Twice
Blowin' in the Wind
Hard Rains Gonna Fall
WWIII Blues


Cool I have said this before, maybe even on LSP somewhere. I think Masters Of War is the meanest song he has ever written.


Try Idiot Wind for Dylan at his sharp tounged best. A seething song for his future ex-wife.
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I had no idea of this, I have worn out every copy of all AIC I ever owned. I originally tuned into the dead back in '86 because of hair metal taking over the airwaves and only turned back to non dead material when the sub pop gang broke out in '88 with mark lanigan, kurt sound garden etc... I am very excited to check this out! thanks for posting this
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I had no idea of this, I have worn out every copy of all AIC I ever owned. I originally tuned into the dead back in '86 because of hair metal taking over the airwaves and only turned back to non dead material when the sub pop gang broke out in '88 with mark lanigan, kurt sound garden etc... I am very excited to check this out! thanks for posting this


Not a problem. I hope you enjoy the album as much as I have.
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This album is sweet, some live tracks recorded in 1958 at the Five Spot.
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I like the way you listen, Cheese... Monk is the shit.

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I love that Mingus album.
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That is a great Mingus album. I like listening to his stuff. His music is technically great, and retains a uniqueness, passion, and humor that really comes together on albums like "Ah Um" (great title) and "Pithecanthropus Erectus." Also not too many bass player bandleaders out there, pretty sure he exerted a lot of influence on the Grateful Dead in his compositions and playing.
Dig that song "Pedal Point Blues" off of "Ah Um."
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This one is pretty good.

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setlist

set one
01 Dance Me To The End Of Love
02 The Future
03 Ain't No Cure For Love
04 Bird On The Wire
05 Everybody Knows
06 In My Secret Life
07 Who By Fire
08 Chelsea Hotel
09 Waiting For The Miracle
10 Anthem

set two
11 Tower Of Song
12 Suzanne
13 Sisters Of Mercy
14 The Gypsy's Wife
15 The Partisan
16 Boogie Street
17 Hallelujah
18 I'm Your Man
19 A Thousand Kisses Deep
20 Take This Waltz

encores
21 So Long Marianne
22 First We Take Manhattan
23 Famous Blue Raincoat
24 If It Be Your Will
25 Closing Time
26 I Tried To Leave You
27 Wither Thou Goest


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Dino Soldo - keyboards, wind instruments, vocals
Roscoe Beck - electric bass, double bass, vocals
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Spoken Word...Poetry for The Beat Generation...Jack Kerouac reciting his poems accompanied by Steve Allen on piano Cool

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The Roots - Rising Down. I have really grown to like this band. Perhaps the best hip hop group around considering they play their own instruments.
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I've been listening to more 'non-Dead' than Dead lately.

Some of it has been along the lines of
Tortoise, a post rock group.
Brian Eno
Gustav Holst
A healthy dose of Young and Dylan
John McLaughlin and a few of his different projects,
Pere Ubu,
boy this list could go on.. Very Happy
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Larry Young
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Larry Young: organ
Woody Shaw: trumpet
Joe Henderson: saxophone
Elvin Jones: drums

This is another of my favorites from the Van Gelder era of hard bop. Larry is a true innovator on the old Hammond B-3......He's a master and Joe Henderson is no slouch backing him up either. I think its cool that an organ player is the front man and it is his album. This guy used to jam with Hendrix as well.....I have one of the sessions recorded somewhere I think. Anyway, give this a listen as it is another great Blue Note album....PEace
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Mix Master Mike- Anti Theft Device

I watched a movie the other day called Scratch.. If you are able to find this documentary I strongly suggest it. It is a doc about the history of the DJ. Mix Master Mike did a lot of interviews. The most interesting thing about DJ's. A good portion of the DJs interviewed in the film were all about aliens and abductions. At one point they said scratching was speaking in an alien language. After listening to this album that makes perfect sense.
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I had a dream this morning, and one of the vivid details was that someone was listening to Gumboots and Whispering Bells by Paul Simon from this era. This is a pretty good recording in all, I bought a copy of Graceland when I was in my teens and it is an excellent album, one of Simon's best, his work with Ladysmith Black Mambazo is sweet. The guy who plays bass is amazing.
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Disc 1:
01 Township Jive
02 The Boy In The Bubble
03 Gumboots & Whispering Bells
04 Bring Him Back Home
05 Song of Hugh Masakela
06 Crazy Love, Vol. 2
07 I Know What I Know
08 Song 1 Of Ladysmith Black Mambazo
09 Song 2 Of Ladysmith Black Mambazo
10 Homeless
11 Graceland
12 You can call me Al

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01 Song of Hugh Masakela
02 Song of Hugh Masakela
03 Song of Miriam Makeba
04 Song Of Miriam Makeba
05 Under African Skies
06 Song of Miriam Makeba
07 Mother And Child Reunion
08 Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes
09 The Boxer
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Axis: Bold As Love...The Jimi Hendrix Experience Cool Cool Cool
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Axis: Bold As Love...The Jimi Hendrix Experience Cool Cool Cool

Classic Cool Cool
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Depends on how you define non-GD family member. I consider Jorma a non-family member. Jorma and Barry 11/21/08 has gotten a few spins lately.
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I went on a Stones binge the past few days. Let It Bleed, Only Rock N Roll, Black and Blue, selected cuts off Satanic Majesties and "Englands Newest Hitmakers" then 12x5.

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No "Emotional Rescue"?

That's my favorite Stones album.
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No "Emotional Rescue"?

That's my favorite Stones album.

Confused Confused Confused Confused
I can't tell if you are serious or sarcastic....I hope it's sarcastic.
IMO the last worthy Stones album was Some Girls. Emotional Rescue and Tattoo You had their moments, but not solid all the way through. I also cannot stand the song Emotional Rescue.

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If I had to pick three stones tunes to hang with they would probably be
Gimmie Shelter
Shattered
Paint it Black
(Honorable Mention, She comes in colors)

BTW Dude, congrats on your Oscar win! Very Happy

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cowboysth24 wrote:
If I had to pick three stones tunes to hang with they would probably be
Gimmie Shelter
Shattered
Paint it Black
(Honorable Mention, She comes in colors)

BTW Dude, congrats on your Oscar win! Very Happy

Thanks, I worked hard and really prepared for the role. I would like to thank my directors, my agent, the Academy, my family and most of all, the Lost Sailors Pub... Cool

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Duderino wrote:
Kochman wrote:
No "Emotional Rescue"?

That's my favorite Stones album.

Confused Confused Confused Confused
I can't tell if you are serious or sarcastic....I hope it's sarcastic.
IMO the last worthy Stones album was Some Girls. Emotional Rescue and Tattoo You had their moments, but not solid all the way through. I also cannot stand the song Emotional Laughing Rescue.

Totally serious. I love the title track as well...
Of course, growing up with this album as played by my parents may have warped me
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Kochman wrote:
Duderino wrote:
Kochman wrote:
No "Emotional Rescue"?

That's my favorite Stones album.

Confused Confused Confused Confused
I can't tell if you are serious or sarcastic....I hope it's sarcastic.
IMO the last worthy Stones album was Some Girls. Emotional Rescue and Tattoo You had their moments, but not solid all the way through. I also cannot stand the song Emotional Laughing Rescue.

Totally serious. I love the title track as well...
Of course, growing up with this album as played by my parents may have warped me


I am fan of Emotional Rescue the song. I love the "I want to be your knight in shining armor" line.
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Hell yeah DS!
I love disco Stones in general.
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Hell yeah DS!
I love disco Stones in general.


That is pretty much how I feel as well. Although, I gotta say Satisfaction is still sends chills down my spine. That crazy fuzz distortion.
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Pink Floyd - Pulse (Disc One) I have heard DSOTM (disc 2) recently and have found the later live performances of it rather boring, then again I am comparing that to early 70's Floyd.
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Pink Floyd 1988-02-19
A New Machine I>Welcome To The Machine>Terminal Frost>A New Machine II Cool
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Nine Inch Nails Downward Spiral. I have been listening to this album since it came out and I still love almost every distorted note played.
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She and Him Vol. 2

I also just downloaded some stuff by a band called "Wussy" from Cincinnati.
Really cool alt rock band I stumbled upon. Sort of a cross between early REM, X, Yo La Tengo with a little country mixed in. Great lyrics and slightly off key female and male vocals. Me likey.

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She and Him Vol. 2

I also just downloaded some stuff by a band called "Wussy" from Cincinnati.
Really cool alt rock band I stumbled upon. Sort of a cross between early REM, X, Yo La Tengo with a little country mixed in. Great lyrics and slightly off key female and male vocals. Me likey.


I love me some Zoe...Still haven't heard this album yet.
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Just watched Hendrix at Woodstock The complete performance. Very Happy Shocked Cool Shocked Very Happy Cool Exclamation
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She and Him Vol. 2

I also just downloaded some stuff by a band called "Wussy" from Cincinnati.
Really cool alt rock band I stumbled upon. Sort of a cross between early REM, X, Yo La Tengo with a little country mixed in. Great lyrics and slightly off key female and male vocals. Me likey.


I love me some Zoe...Still haven't heard this album yet.

During our trip to NYC last week we saw She and Him.. Really good live, more energetic than what comes across on the albums. Vol. 2 is worth getting if you like Vol. 1. Some catchy tunes that get inside your head.

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CSNY - De Ja Vu

Hey, it's no Buckethead, but I like it.
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What else? Taxman off my favorite Beatles album Revolver. Great tone on Harrison's guitar Cool
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The soundtrack from the movie Garden State...

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The Shins have a great song on that disc.

I have been listening to some of the most emotionally powerful music of the new age...Of Montreal!!!! I have mentioned these guys many times here before, but I really think these guys are the shiznit. The raw emotions that Kevin Barnes can sing in some rather mean, yet danceable tunes is astounding.

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I am getting pretty antsy about the new album from these guys that should be coming out in October.
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Led Zep, live bootleg from Birmingham Ala, 73
And the Modern Lovers self titled LP

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"God said to Abraham kill me a son.Abe said man you must be puttin' me on. God said no, Abe said what? God said you can do what you want Abe but...next time you see me comin' you better run! Abe said where d'ya want this killin' done? God said out on Highway 61."
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Bruce Springsteen
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Freehold Night


It is some kind of bootleg, good quality, lots of Bruce talking since it is a very intimate show in his hometown so he is often referring to people he knows from childhood in the crowd.

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dogstarz wrote:
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"God said to Abraham kill me a son.Abe said man you must be puttin' me on. God said no, Abe said what? God said you can do what you want Abe but...next time you see me comin' you better run! Abe said where d'ya want this killin' done? God said out on Highway 61."


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Dogstarz ... have you tried the "expecting rain" site registration, to see what concerts are on there? I am with You with Bob (Spike) Dylan ... and the topic BOB DYLAN PROJECT on this forum! Razz

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Freehold Night


It is some kind of bootleg, good quality, lots of Bruce talking since it is a very intimate show in his hometown so he is often referring to people he knows from childhood in the crowd.




YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Finally an ally in Brucedom!!!!! That is a hometown show from the Ghost of Tom Joad Tour. Very somber sad music. Crap the whole album is a dreary look through crushed American dreams. It makes Nebraska look like a joy ride. My friend if you are down into that kind of Bruce yer alright in my book!!

YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Bruce Springsteen
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Freehold Night


It is some kind of bootleg, good quality, lots of Bruce talking since it is a very intimate show in his hometown so he is often referring to people he knows from childhood in the crowd.




YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Finally an ally in Brucedom!!!!! That is a hometown show from the Ghost of Tom Joad Tour. Very somber sad music. Crap the whole album is a dreary look through crushed American dreams. It makes Nebraska look like a joy ride. My friend if you are down into that kind of Bruce yer alright in my book!!

YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Ghost Of Tom Joad is one of my favorite Boss albums. I haven't really looked for any bootlegs though, since I am not that big of a fan. Although, I can respect him and dig the [CENSORED] out of his "roots" albums.
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Just finished giving Laurie Anderson's "Strange Angels" another spin. It's my favorite album of hers.


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I like her too and I have that album. I saw her perform once way back a long time ago in a small venue. Pretty cool.

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Cub - Box of Hair.

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Townes Van Zandt--Pancho and Lefty Cool
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PostPosted: Sun May 02, 2010 2:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="Kochman"]Something unique from Hendrix I always loved is from the song "Are you Experienced?", where he does like some kind of backward guitar sound (I can't be more technical about it because I don't know jack about playing guitar)... any Hendrix fan should know what I am referring too...[/quote]


Yes. What you are referring to is the famous "backward guitar sound".

Actually it's a tape of a guitar run played backwards. George Harrison employed that trick on "I'm Only Sleeping" and it became a fairly well used technique by many musicans after that.
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PostPosted: Sun May 02, 2010 2:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

fillmoreeast wrote:
Townes Van Zandt--Pancho and Lefty Cool

Cool indeed.

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