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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 2:30 am    Post subject: Last Non-Dead Family Tunes You Listened To? Reply with quote

<center>Outside of the immediate GD Family...

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I was checking this out to potentially use when running but it's too fast-paced... What this is is a GREAT morning album to WAKE THE HELL UP to with the stereo volume at 10 while you lose about 5 pounds from dancing around your living room like a nut...


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 4:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I was checking this out to potentially use when running but it's too fast-paced... What this is is a GREAT morning album to WAKE THE HELL UP to with the stereo volume at 10 while you lose about 5 pounds from dancing around your living room like a nut...


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Ha ha! One of the first albums I ever bought, I bought the cassette new at some place called the Exclusive Company when I was a teenager. Loved that line "Just when I thought it would all cool down/That evil motherfucker screams 'Burn this place down!'" One of the Bosstones's best efforts imo.
I think I bought the Ministry Live (In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up) tape that day too. I later bought the videotape of that one.
I should be going to bed, I am not listening to anything presently, the last thing I listened to on my ipod was "Seven Spanish Angels" by Willie Nelson and Ray Charles.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

M&M Encore... on the way to work this morning.
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Last night I listened to The Cramps - Smell of Female.
I just downloaded 50 songs from eMusic -
the last song I heard was Flipper - [CENSORED] Bomb.

Next up is some Jim Reeves, then Willie Nelson with Asleep at the Wheel, then Swervedriver, Marianne Faithful, then the Seldom Scene, some Humble Pie outtakes, then the Black Crowes.
BTW - this Jim Reeves stuff is great - old school country/swing stuff from the 50's and 60's

I'll turn my attention to the GD this afternoon, and yes Koch, I will queue up Darkstar from 9/16/72.....

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I ran today to some mid-90's Indie Brit-pop from Wales...


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good stuff, lead singer has a gorgeous voice.

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Outback "Baka"

Really like the albums Baka and Dance the Devil Away by Outback.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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good stuff, lead singer has a gorgeous voice.


Seriously?
She sounds dreadfull to my ears. But I'm Welsh too, so maybe it's the accent that upsets me so much.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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good stuff, lead singer has a gorgeous voice.


Seriously?
She sounds dreadfull to my ears. But I'm Welsh too, so maybe it's the accent that upsets me so much.


Seriously! Okay, maybe not gorgeous but I really dig Cerys Matthews' (formerly of Catatonia) voice.

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Sunrise Musical Theatre -- Sunrise, Florida

Everybody's Everything, Black Magic Woman-> Gypsy Queen-> Oye Como Va,
Samba Pa Ti, Batuka-> No One To Depend On, Spirits Dancing In The Flesh, Healer,
Smooth Criminal, Europa, Cloud Nine, Soul Sacrifice, Once It's Gotcha

Santana does Michael Jackson? (Smooth Criminal.) Gorgeous Soundboard!!!! Great show!

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 8:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Whats the album called (I cant make it out) Love his work with the Byrds. Didnt know he had any solo stuff.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 8:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Infectious 80s, from SwamiGD80s
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I have been listenin to Coheed and Cambria a lot lately. For those that haven't heard them yet. Imagine Rush but newer.
This is Coheed with everyone's friend Warren covering Dylan.
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This is Coheed doing Welcome Home with Warren.
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Duderino, it's called 'Kindling' and it's really good.
I love everything about Gene.
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Next up is some Jim Reeves, then Willie Nelson with Asleep at the Wheel, then Swervedriver, Marianne Faithful, then the Seldom Scene, some Humble Pie outtakes, then the Black Crowes.
BTW - this Jim Reeves stuff is great - old school country/swing stuff from the 50's and 60's


Predictable pehaps, but mum owned every Jim Reeves LP that existed and it turned me right off him. In fact, turned me right off country music for years until somebody gave me a copy of Viva Terlingua and I got into the Austin sound.

Maybe in my dotage he gets a second listen, but, boy, I doubt it. "He'll have to go...."

Been listening to Greg Brown. Dream Cafe gets plenty of airing but I think his old Iowa Waltz album is ahead of everything he's done since.

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Duderino, it's called 'Kindling' and it's really good.
I love everything about Gene.

Thanks, I'll have to check it out.

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More of Swami's Infectious 80s...

Really dig the Bobby Brown song, and the Fixx's
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More of Swami's Infectious 80s...

Really dig the Bobby Brown song, and the Fixx's


The Fixx i dig but uh... Bobby Brown?

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More of Swami's Infectious 80s...

Really dig the Bobby Brown song, and the Fixx's


The Fixx i dig but uh... Bobby Brown?


Come on brother...

On Our Own (featured in Ghostbusters II) I love this song!
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Right now I am listening to Blues Traveler's album [CENSORED] os!. I have seen these guys for free in Atlanta's Olympic Park at the beginning of this decade. Which brings me to another question. Did anyone go to Atlanta for the free concert series. It was always a hit or miss on concerts. The lineups for a night made no sense. Blues Traveler headlined, Avril Lavinge opened. Although it was cool to see her at the beginning of her everlong career and my everlong career of changing the radio station. I also saw Collective Soul, Cracker, Better Than Ezra. I missed the 2 weeks that had They Might Be Giants and George Clinton though.
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1. "Falling From Above" 7:27
2. "Double E" 5:18
3. "Devil's Sidewalk" 5:18
4. "Leave the Driving" 7:14
5. "Carmichael" 10:20
6. "Bandit" 5:13
7. "Grandpa's Interview" 12:57
8. "Bringin' Down Dinner" 3:16
9. "Sun Green" 12:03
10. "Be the Rain" 9:13
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1. "Falling From Above" 7:27
2. "Double E" 5:18
3. "Devil's Sidewalk" 5:18
4. "Leave the Driving" 7:14
5. "Carmichael" 10:20
6. "Bandit" 5:13
7. "Grandpa's Interview" 12:57
8. "Bringin' Down Dinner" 3:16
9. "Sun Green" 12:03
10. "Be the Rain" 9:13


Interesting fact about this album. There THREE different versions that I know of. 2 have DVDs yet they are different DVDs. One is Mr. Young in the studio workin on the album. The other (the one I don't have) has Greendale performed live.Then the 3rd is just the disc no DVD. I also have the movie of Greendale. All I can say about that album is fucking brilliant. Then again when has Neil let us down. Don't count the 80's Geffen records.
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Kochman wrote:
More of Swami's Infectious 80s...

Really dig the Bobby Brown song, and the Fixx's


The Fixx i dig but uh... Bobby Brown?


Come on brother...

On Our Own (featured in Ghostbusters II) I love this song!
My prerogative


It's been forever since I've heard it but maybe I'd dig the song from Ghostbusters II... but other than that... Bobby Brown?!

Eh, whatever floats your boat, my friend!

I ran this afternoon to:

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Ben Folds - Rockin' The Suburbs (2001)

Hated it. It worked just fine to distract me from how much I hate the actual act of running but I just don't dig too much music that's Adult Top 40-ish.

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It was the GBII song that is on Infectious 80s...
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Moe.-Fillmore Aud. Denver, 1/30/09. Not the greatest recording but a pretty good show.

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Stevie Wonder's greatest hits, listening to it now at work... Happy Friday all!
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Blues Traveler Live From The Fall. I forgot how much I loved these guys until the other day.
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1. "Falling From Above" 7:27
2. "Double E" 5:18
3. "Devil's Sidewalk" 5:18
4. "Leave the Driving" 7:14
5. "Carmichael" 10:20
6. "Bandit" 5:13
7. "Grandpa's Interview" 12:57
8. "Bringin' Down Dinner" 3:16
9. "Sun Green" 12:03
10. "Be the Rain" 9:13


Interesting fact about this album. There THREE different versions that I know of. 2 have DVDs yet they are different DVDs. One is Mr. Young in the studio workin on the album. The other (the one I don't have) has Greendale performed live.Then the 3rd is just the disc no DVD. I also have the movie of Greendale. All I can say about that album is fucking brilliant. Then again when has Neil let us down. Don't count the 80's Geffen records.



I love this album. It works so well for what is not played. It would have been easy to just overamplify and crunch the tunes out with usual Crazy Horse rust. It's cooked perfectly. I have the DVD with the solo acoustic performance and I think that helped me appreciate the band versions of the songs that were released on the album.

I have a pretty good aud show of the album if anyone is interested.
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Tonight I am currently in the middle of watching/listening to The Beastie Boys Awesome, I Fucking Shot That. They gave like 40 people in the audience of this MSG show cameras. So it has a nice bootleg feel. Than they edited all different angles together. The Beasties have always been a good fall back for when I am not listening to the Dead. I still need to go out and give up the dough for their new instrumental album. The previous one they did was frakking classy.
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David Byrne bootleg from 2008 tour
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Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys and Dear Mr. Fantasy by Traffic.
Phil and Friends does Low Spark on occasion, here's a couple.
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I'm a little burned out on the GD right now - this morning listened to:
Ween 10/17/2008 - nice sounding boot. What a great band.
Right now I'm listening to The Replacements 7/1/85 Minneapolis.
(thanks cheesebeer pointing me to the source on traders den)
Great sounding FM of a great post-punk band at their peak. Any fans?? Weird to think this same night the boys were tearing up Merriweather....

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Van Halen!
1984
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Duderino, that 7/1/85 Replacements show was pretty good, as was that one at the I Beam, both great shows, that other one that I just grabbed wasn't as good soundwise.
I think the best album by Van Halen is Women and Children First, 1984 is decent.

Last album I listened to was Live After Death by Iron Maiden, for my money, one of the best live albums ever put out, recorded at Long Beach Arena and Hammersmith Odeon in 1985. The snippet of Churchill's "never surrender" speech leading up to Aces High really sets the tone on this one.

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When I was young and should've been having a cool influence in my life to introduce me to the GD, I was introduced to these guys (Iron Maiden) instead.
I was never a huge fan, though I do love the song "Run For The Hills"
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Last album I listened to was Slaide Cleves "Broke Down"- country-ish singer/songwriter from Austin. Good stuff. George Jones has been in the rotation too

Also since I saw her on Elvis Costello's show Spectacle, I've been listening a lot to Jenny Lewis from the indie band Rilo Kiley - her solo stuff is amazing. Kind of indie-country-soul. Great voice and great singer-songwriter. Also on Costello's show the band She & Him is pretty cool - this young studio guru/multi-instrumentalist M. Ward and the actress Zooey Dechanel - admittedly I like it to some extent because I have a crush on her, but its really cool stuff- sort of early 70's pop or something.

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Last album I listened to was Slaide Cleves "Broke Down"- country-ish singer/songwriter from Austin. Good stuff. George Jones has been in the rotation too

Also since I saw her on Elvis Costello's show Spectacle, I've been listening a lot to Jenny Lewis from the indie band Rilo Kiley - her solo stuff is amazing. Kind of indie-country-soul. Great voice and great singer-songwriter. Also on Costello's show the band She & Him is pretty cool - this young studio guru/multi-instrumentalist M. Ward and the actress Zooey Dechanel - admittedly I like it to some extent because I have a crush on her, but its really cool stuff- sort of early 70's pop or something.


I have been listening to Rilo Kiley for a while now. They are sort of the Fleetwood Mac of this day and age. In my opinion a little better. Also you should check out Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins. Its more folky than just her solo stuff. Really most of anything that is on Saddle Creek Records is quality music.(If you can get over Conor Oberst's voice[Bright Eyes]). She & Him is amazing. It reminds me of a cool version of the Carpenters. Hey Dude have you heard any of M. Ward's new stuff? From what I heard on the radio it is really good.
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Just catching Tennessee Pusher from OCMS.

Thanks for the heads up, Dave. I hadn't caught up with that one.

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Last album I listened to was Slaide Cleves "Broke Down"- country-ish singer/songwriter from Austin. Good stuff. George Jones has been in the rotation too

Also since I saw her on Elvis Costello's show Spectacle, I've been listening a lot to Jenny Lewis from the indie band Rilo Kiley - her solo stuff is amazing. Kind of indie-country-soul. Great voice and great singer-songwriter. Also on Costello's show the band She & Him is pretty cool - this young studio guru/multi-instrumentalist M. Ward and the actress Zooey Dechanel - admittedly I like it to some extent because I have a crush on her, but its really cool stuff- sort of early 70's pop or something.


I have been listening to Rilo Kiley for a while now. They are sort of the Fleetwood Mac of this day and age. In my opinion a little better. Also you should check out Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins. Its more folky than just her solo stuff. Really most of anything that is on Saddle Creek Records is quality music.(If you can get over Conor Oberst's voice[Bright Eyes]). She & Him is amazing. It reminds me of a cool version of the Carpenters. Hey Dude have you heard any of M. Ward's new stuff? From what I heard on the radio it is really good.


Yeah, I like her solo stuff a little more. Really soulful esp with the Watson Twins (yowza!)- check out the youtube video for Rise Up With Fists. Pretty funny. Yes I have checked out the new M Ward. Its pretty good, a little mellow but good. I have a subscription to emusic so i d/l-ed a few tunes off it.

And yes Dave, Tennessee Pusher is awesome!!

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Listening to some:

Cornmeal - When the World's got you Down " - 3/4/09 - Knoxville, TN.

This was the only song I got the see them play live and loved it. Since seeing this performance I have developed an interest in bluegrass music. This band is GREAT, imo.

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Coltrane's Sound, it is a fantastic (5 out of 5 stars from me at least) Trane album with a totally butt ugly cover and called, um, Coltrane's Sound. Thank you Atlantic. 1960 was a good period for jazz and the almighty Trane is a killer sax man. McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, and Steve Davis, doesn't get much better than that as a backup band.

1. "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" (Jerry Brainin) 6:42
2. "Central Park West" (Coltrane) 4:12
3. "Liberia" (Coltrane) 6:49
4. "Body and Soul" (Johnny Green) 5:35
5. "Equinox" (Coltrane) 8:33
6. "Satellite" (Coltrane) 5:49
7. "26-2" (Coltrane) 6:12
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Listened to "Hard Days Night" soundtrack this morning Cool

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Good to see some Beatles love... I just finished up 1967-70 of the Fab Four...
They rocked the house and changed everything.
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Hard to go wrong w/the moptops Smile

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I normally listen to bands on shuffle at work so I don't have to play with my iPod too much. Yesterday I listened to Rage Against The Machine discography on shuffle.
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For the past couple days I have been on a weird Billy Corgan kick. I have listened to the Smashing Pumpkins, Zwan, Billy Corgan (solo), and the new Smashing Pumpkins. This too was on shuffle.
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Listening to the White Album right now...
A true Masterpiece.
The Dear Prudence issue led me to listen to it again. This was a formative album for me.
Too bad the GD didn't keep up with Blackbird, or ever fully sing Dear Prudence. While My Guitar Gently Weeps would've been cool too... somehow arranged like Victim.
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quite a biit actually from the KCCC the past couple days

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The Beatles kick continues-Revolver this morning and now Rubber Soul. Revolver is probably my favorite album by The Fab Four.

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Talking Heads
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SBD - Excellent Sound Quality
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Exile on Main Street-Stones...Fuckin Ay Exclamation Cool

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Bob Dylan's 30th anniversary concert. Cool

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Eddie Vedder's Masters Of War was a life changing moment for me.
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Eddie Vedder's Masters Of War was a life changing moment for me.
A song that that unfortuately will never lose it releventcy. Yes Vedder's rendition is truly awesome

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Bob Dylan's 30th anniversary concert. Cool


Eddie Vedder's Masters Of War was a life changing moment for me.
A song that that unfortuately will never lose it releventcy. Yes Vedder's rendition is truly awesome


It is interesting, if I am right, that song was written during the Korean War era. When I first heard I thought it was written during Vietnam. Or maybe John Brown was written during Korean War era. Hmm. I will check on this later.
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I looked it up. 1963 was the ending of the Korean War. Also Vietnam was going on. So that is 2 wars America was in. Sounds familiar to anyone in present day America? This is why Bob Dylan is one of the most influential writers of the 20th century.
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I looked it up. 1963 was the ending of the Korean War. Also Vietnam was going on. So that is 2 wars America was in. Sounds familiar to anyone in present day America? This is why Bob Dylan is one of the most influential writers of the 20th century.


The Korean War ended in 1953. Vietnam didn't really get going as far as the US was concerned until 1964-65. The Maddox incidents -- used to justify US escalation -- were in summer of 64. I don't think Masters of War was really about either one of those conflicts.
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Technically, I think the Korean War is still at ongoing. I don't think they ever declared "peace" together. They still shoot at each other at the border from time to time, etc. Everyone stays are their side of the DMZ, and watches the other guys.
US/UN direct war activity stopped in 1953 (1951-53).
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Technically, I think the Korean War is still at ongoing. I don't think they ever declared "peace" together. They still shoot at each other at the border from time to time, etc. Everyone stays are their side of the DMZ, and watches the other guys.
US/UN direct war activity stopped in 1953 (1951-53).


Fair enough. 53 was when the armistice was signed. Definitely wasn't 63, was my point. We were also in Vietnam in 63, but still less than 20,000 troops.
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Technically, I think the Korean War is still at ongoing. I don't think they ever declared "peace" together. They still shoot at each other at the border from time to time, etc. Everyone stays are their side of the DMZ, and watches the other guys.
US/UN direct war activity stopped in 1953 (1951-53).


Fair enough. 53 was when the armistice was signed. Definitely wasn't 63, was my point. We were also in Vietnam in 63, but still less than 20,000 troops.


My apologies for the mix up on the dates. I was just wakin up and I am not a morning person. That is my excuse anyway. I don't think Dylan would have wrote such a mean song if there wasn't a war he was pissed at. That was by far one of his meanest songs to date. In my opinion anyway.

So I listened to some Dylan this morning after I got off here. MTV Unplugged. It has a fun Desolation Row. Also Dignity was a good song as is John Brown.
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As far as war stories go, not everybody is into them, but if you want a gnarly war story, the Chosin breakout during the Korean War is one of the great moral victories by the armed forces in United States history (yes I realize it was a UN police action, but the US forces and allies were directly involved) especially considering the terrible odds and extreme cold that were faced against an overwhelming force of Red Chinese troops. Off the top of my head, I think 11 Medals of Honor were awarded to Marines, and Army forces were seriously crippled by destruction of the command structure but made it out before blowing up the Korean port and avenue of escape totally, and along the way obliterating entire forces of Chinese.
I do like Masters of War, great tune, I would love to see peace reign.
I listened to Boogie Nights soundtrack last night, great stuff, great movie, better soundtrack, all good picks of the era imo.

1. "Intro (Feel the Heat)" by John C. Reilly & Mark Wahlberg 1:11
2. "Best of My Love" by The Emotions 3:39
3. "Jungle Fever" by The Chakachas 4:20
4. "Brand New Key" by Melanie 2:23
5. "Spill the Wine" by War 4:02
6. "Got to Give It Up (Part 1)" by Marvin Gaye 4:07
7. "Machine Gun" by The Commodores 2:38
8. "Magnet and Steel" by Walter Egan 3:23
9. "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by McFadden & Whitehead 3:40
10. "Sister Christian" by Night Ranger 5:00
11. "Livin' Thing" by Electric Light Orchestra 3:30
12. "God Only Knows" by The Beach Boys 2:48
13. "The Big Top (Theme from Boogie Nights)" by Michael Penn & Patrick Warren 9:58

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The Felice Brothers - Adventures of The Felice Brothers Vol. 1

They have a Basement Tape/Dylan/The Band thing going on that is very cool.
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Talking Heads 1984-01-25

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Bless it's Pointed Little Head-JA. Great live album with the end of King Kong being shown as the band takes the stage--"No, it wasn't the Airplane that killed the beast...' Cool Cool

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This was a wonderful sounding boot I have had for a while but never listened to. I have also decided I should not listen to the Talking Heads while driving. I seem to drive a lot faster when I do.


Yeah, they crank up the energy levels!!!
8/20/83 is my favorite bootleg of theirs, I highly recommend it. Buckle up!
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Really nice stuff for any fans of country....
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Really nice stuff for any fans of country....


Sweet!! Two of my favorite artists!! I knew they were putting out a disc together but wasn't sure of the release date. This will definitely be on my short list.
My band opened up for the Sadies years ago in Baltimore and I've dug them ever since. I am going to catch them at Floydfest in July but I think they are playing some other dates on the East coast soon. Great blend of twang/surf and Byrds style country. Saw John Doe last year and it was awesome. I talked to him after the show and it turns out we grew up in the same neighborhood in Baltimore
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Before I discovered the Dead, X was one of my favorite Bands. Didn't follow John Doe after that but always wondered.
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Before I discovered the Dead, X was one of my favorite Bands. Didn't follow John Doe after that but always wondered.


X is touring right now. I might go see them in DC. Exene kind of uh, cant really sing anymore but they still rock out. John Doe's solo stuff is generally good. A little more country oriented but still rocks out. The last album he put out "A Year In the Wilderness" is pretty good. He does some duos with various chick singers. This new one with the Sadies should be excellent. The two brothers who front the band are AMAZING guitar players. I will report back when I download it from emusic.

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11 17 93 Primus, The Bomb Factory, Dallas, Texas sbd, good stuff.
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The Felice Brothers - Adventures of The Felice Brothers Vol. 1

They have a Basement Tape/Dylan/The Band thing going on that is very cool.


Indeed. I saw them last year at Mountain Jam and they are playing at Floydfest this summer. Just downloaded and am listening to the John Doe and Sadies.
REALLY GOOD - covers of a bunch of old country tunes. He has a great voice and the Sadies are supreme instrumentalists. I feel like crying on a barstool in a smoky bar with a shot of whiskey in my hand. Cool

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Red Hot Chili Peppers - One Hot Minute
An underrated release from this band. It has Dave Navaro on guitar which is excellent. The opening song Warped is one of my favorite track 1's of all time.
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Jane's Addiction
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Some Girls--Rolling Stones. Love "Far Away Eyes."

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Rollins Band. Got most of the albums and it was on shuffle. Man that guy is intense. I am now in the process of getting some of his spoken word stuff. Normally I try to avoid the rock star turned poet but with Henry Rollins I can't do that. Been listenin to him for almost as long as I have been listening to the Dead.
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I always dug that album, American Prayer, by the Doors, where they set it to his poetry readings (they did that after he died, didn't they?).
Of course, really, Jim was a Poet first, then a rock star...
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Star Room Boys - a country/honky tonk outfit from Athens GA, that unfortunately broke up in 2002.
The Spinanes.

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Dengue Fever.. You gotta check these guys out.
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Byrds - Avalon Ballroom 1968. SMOKIN

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I always dug that album, American Prayer, by the Doors, where they set it to his poetry readings (they did that after he died, didn't they?).
Of course, really, Jim was a Poet first, then a rock star...


Morrison is another exception to my rule. I do prefer Rollins over Morrison. I guess I just showed my age huh.
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More Henry Rollins. This time in the form of stand up comedy and spoken word.
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John Doe live last year as warm up band for Lucinda Williams here at a small club. Doe did a killer cover of 'Revolution'.
Just got done listening to Neil Young 10-27-07 in Spokane, WA. Very nice.
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Eminem - Relapse
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Beatles Anthology Vol. Three. Acoustic version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps is pure beauty.

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Interesting tidbit George just got a star on the Walk Of Fame in front of the Chinese theater.
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been busy busy busy, but hot damn this 12 4 72 Santana show live from Paris is slick, great background music cranked up.
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Jeff Beck--"Truth" Cool Cool

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Brian Wilson-Smile. This is a crazy album in the same vein as Pet Sounds but way more out there. I love the way it ends with Good Vibrations to bring you back to a sense of normal.

Thanks Cheese. I was just talkin about gettin this album the other day while I was listening to Pet Sounds.
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It drives my daughter crazy when I put classic C&W material on, and when Patsy busts out with the yodeling, she has to leave the room. Laughing

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It drives my daughter crazy when I put classic C&W material on, and when Patsy busts out with the yodeling, she has to leave the room. Laughing


Crikey! I'm learning more about you guys every day. Wanda Jackson has her moments, too.

Check out Dick Parry, "Tasmania's Yodelling Hillbilly" (disgusting vocals, impressive yodelling) or Corinna Cordwell. Aussie country has always been very heavy on yodelling. I stick it on whenever next door has had the boom box on for more than an hour, and it's coming over the top of whatever I've got on.

Don't touch Maria Schneider with a barge pole, except for revenge purposes. She has a peculiarly intense and edgy voice and she yodels badly off key.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 6:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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It drives my daughter crazy when I put classic C&W material on, and when Patsy busts out with the yodeling, she has to leave the room. Laughing


Crikey! I'm learning more about you guys every day. Wanda Jackson has her moments, too.

Check out Dick Parry, "Tasmania's Yodelling Hillbilly" (disgusting vocals, impressive yodelling) or Corinna Cordwell. Aussie country has always been very heavy on yodelling. I stick it on whenever next door has had the boom box on for more than an hour, and it's coming over the top of whatever I've got on.

Don't touch Maria Schneider with a barge pole, except for revenge purposes. She has a peculiarly intense and edgy voice and she yodels badly off key.

Cheers

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Thanks for these (probably difficult to track down) recommendations. My favorite yodeler is, of course, Jimmie Rodgers, but Patsy has her moments (as does Jerry Laughing ).

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 6:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The yodelling brakeman is right up there.

How classic do you want to get? Tex Morton, Wilf Carter?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 7:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The yodelling brakeman is right up there.

How classic do you want to get? Tex Morton, Wilf Carter?

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E gads, you're a veritable encyclopedia of yodeling. I'm really quite unschooled in the genre, so all these names are both new to me and much appreciated. Got any more?

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When I was very small, my parents bought a gramophone. It was electric, not like the one at school which we wound up in order to play a record. It used one needle for each record played. Along with the gramophone Dad bought an auction lot of 78 rpm discs, most of which were Aussie country, and the rest were Andrews Sisters and Bing Crosby, so I grew up on this music. There were other kids at our small country school whose families were into rodeo, pronounced rodayo in this part of the world, and some of these kids had decent yodelling skills at 9 years of age, and played a competent 3 chord guitar.

Mum was a Jimmy Rodgers fan, though I never discovered this until I was in my forties, when I was playing an LP of his and Mum arrived and began to sing along.

Look up June Holms, Shirley Thoms, Buddy Williams, Colleen Honeyman, Slim Dusty, Kathryn Pitt, Rex Dallas, Owen Blundell, the McKean Sisters, Reg Lindsay. ETC. (And of course, the Topp Twins - NZ's own lesbian feminist yodellers.) If you have trouble finding these, PM me a postal address that will reach you and I'll stick a few CD's in the post for you

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Thanks for all these recommends. I'll be a pig rolling in yodels very soon.

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience--Axis: Bold as Love. The opening guitar part on Little Wing may be (to my ears anyway) the most beautiful electric guitar playing I have ever heard.Released 42 yrs. ago it still blows my mind. What a Band Exclamation Cool

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I worked late tonight and heard Be Thankful For What You Got by William DeVaughn on the radio on the way home, what a great tune.
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The Jimi Hendrix Experience--Axis: Bold as Love. The opening guitar part on Little Wing may be (to my ears anyway) the most beautiful electric guitar playing I have ever heard.Released 42 yrs. ago it still blows my mind. What a Band Exclamation Cool


The title track is one of the coolest songs EVER.

The descriptions of the colors tells a great story, and then the pause into a sick jam at the end.

Great Great song. 42 years, wow......

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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...
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