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what are you listening to right now?

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im listening to led zeppelins The Lemon Song. the bass and guitar just is amazing
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Jimi Hendrix's Dolly Dagger.
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Cake - Short skirt, long jacket.
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Cake - Short skirt, long jacket.

Badass song. I wish I had written it.
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I just bought the Comfort Eagle CD and I'm loving all of it. Such a unique sounding band from my high school days.
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Vivaldi l'estro harmonico the concerto refered to as noahs arc
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Stan Getz, The Complete Columbia Albums Collection: Bonus Disc, Tin Tin Deo (with the CBS Jazz All-Stars)

Getz is always reliable.

Mike
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I just bought the Comfort Eagle CD and I'm loving all of it. Such a unique sounding band from my high school days.
Comfort Eagle is probably my favorite song by Cake, Dude. smile.gif All their music is excellent.
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QOTSA latest has gotten the most spins along with Darius Rucker True Believers
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Holly Golightly - Won't Go Out
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The ringing in my right ear. It's been there for few days now and it's driving me bonkers....

Seggers

(post 2000)
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The ringing in my right ear. It's been there for few days now and it's driving me bonkers....

Seggers

(post 2000)

That's no good at all. Hope it quits for you.
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Teddybears-Cobrastyle

You really need to click this one wink.gif
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Oingo Boingo- Ain't this the Life

Miss these guys. Good times.
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Iron & Wine: Jezebel tongue.gif

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Oingo Boingo- Ain't this the Life

Miss these guys. Good times.
I was about to say that it's sad that we'll probably never get to see "Urgh! A Music War" on disc. However, I checked first and it is out on DVD!! Came out in 2009 - finally!!!!

larry
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I bought it the day it came out, waited for years. The DVD structure is not real good and it looks like its ported from a VHS, but its basically all there.
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Iron & Wine: Jezebel tongue.gif


Eheh, the hula hoop girls could probably warrant their own thread. I just don't know which sub-forum they'd go in.

One more...Burning Man - Hula mounted Go-Pro
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J.S.B.E - Full Grown NSFW lyrics. Friday night music. smile.gif


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Comfort Eagle is probably my favorite song by Cake, Dude. smile.gif All their music is excellent.

"Doesn't matter if you're skinny,
Doesn't matter if you're fat.
You can dress up like a Sultan in your onion head hat." biggrin.gif
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That new Mayer Hawthorne is really good. Been enjoying that a lot lately.
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Comfort Eagle is probably my favorite song by Cake, Dude. smile.gif All their music is excellent.

"Doesn't matter if you're skinny,
Doesn't matter if you're fat.
You can dress up like a Sultan in your onion head hat." biggrin.gif
Yup! biggrin.gif

Their lyrics remind me a lot of Zappa's in some regards.

larry
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Jackie Wilson - Reet Petite

Huh, because of that (you reminded me of something) I can honestly say that I'm listening to the below right now.

I have to be an egotistic jerk here - while most people have probably heard it, if you haven't, well, you either get it or you don't. In case it turns out that you do, turn your setup to the loudest level you can reasonably use, then click play. If you're one who gets it, you'll get chills - feel it in your onions as one comment puts it.



Edit to change the embed code.
Edited by fjames - 7/15/13 at 3:31pm
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That is pretty damn meaty, FJ.
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rk Lindsay's (yes, that Mark Lindsay!) LIFE OUT LOUD. One of the best rock n roll albums I've heard in many years. Goy sounds like ke's still in his 20s!
Edited by cinema13 - 7/29/13 at 1:22pm
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Huh, because of that (you reminded me of something) I can honestly say that I'm listening to the below right now.

I have to be an egotistic jerk here - while most people have probably heard it, if you haven't, well, you either get it or you don't. In case it turns out that you do, turn your setup to the loudest level you can reasonably use, then click play. If you're one who gets it, you'll get chills - feel it in your onions as one comment puts it.



Edit to change the embed code.

Thanks for that post. Sam Cooke was one hell of a singer and songwriter. It's a shame he was killed near the peak of his career. It had been a tough year for him after losing his baby boy. I'm currently reading a biography of Jimi Hendrix, and it's clear that early in Jimi's career Cooke was an R&B legend and played a small but important part in the trajectory of Jimi's future stardom (Jimi toured with him briefly and dated, lived with, and became very close with Cooke's ex-girlfriend, who played a vital role in many of his gigs in NYC).
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Thanks for that post. Sam Cooke was one hell of a singer and songwriter. It's a shame he was killed near the peak of his career. It had been a tough year for him after losing his baby boy. I'm currently reading a biography of Jimi Hendrix, and it's clear that early in Jimi's career Cooke was an R&B legend and played a small but important part in the trajectory of Jimi's future stardom (Jimi toured with him briefly and dated, lived with, and became very close with Cooke's ex-girlfriend, who played a vital role in many of his gigs in NYC).

Yeah, Sam broke ground for a lot of future artists that are better known now. That's really interesting about the Hendrix connection. I checked their age difference, and Jimi would have basically come of age when Cooke was at his prime. Small world ...

I hate to admit my ignorance, but I always thought of Cooke as a songwriter until one day, years ago, I downloaded the mp3 of the above on usenet.
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The Blasters - I'm Shakin'

Get outta my head! tongue.gif I loved The Blasters - still listen to Dave's first (?) album - nice performance of my favorite song from it below.

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