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just finished johnny winter "the progressive blues experiment", and put on the best of b.b. king, both on vinyl. i love 'how blue can you get', recorded live at the cook co. jail in chicage 1970. sweet


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Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun!!! :lol:


I'm really diggin' their stuff lately....

Now - Broken Joe, Long Walk to Nowhere....this is where Jerome Godboo got to.

also Dread Zeppelin, *5,000,000
*'5,000,00 tortelvis fans cant be wrong' - this is the sh*t - Robert Planet and screechy whatsername dont hold a candle to this guy :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Genesis, Selling England by the pound.
A bit of Bowie, Tony Bennett, steppin out and yes a bit of Jewel.
Mellow evening!!!!!

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Right now i"m listening to a little Lighthouse One Fine Morning(Vinyl). God I love the old stuff.


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I got a Squeezebox and a HD with about 40,000 songs on it but what do I listen to mostly? KCRW on the Squeezebox' internet radio option. This is a little college station in the basement of Santa Monica University, and man is it ever good, my fav radio station by far.


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I have been listening to the Decca "Schubert symphonies" boxed set that I recently acquired, as well as Arvo Part's "Lamentate"...really good stuff.


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Richard Thompson.....Sweet Warrior.
Tom Russell......Love and Fear
Gary Moore and Friends....One Night in Dublin...Tribute to Phil Lynott...DVD


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mikeyc wrote:
I got a Squeezebox and a HD with about 40,000 songs on it but what do I listen to mostly? KCRW on the Squeezebox' internet radio option. This is a little college station in the basement of Santa Monica University, and man is it ever good, my fav radio station by far.


Mine as well. Very eclectic . . . suits me to a Tee.

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I just flipped to the B side of ,"6 3/4 hp Craftsman self propelled mower".
This is the first music that makes me sweat!!!!!!! :wink:
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"voilence has arrived" and "beyond hell" by GWAR
"Mutter" by Rammstein
"artificial soldier" - Front line assembly
"AEnima" - TOOL!!!
"Dethalbum" - Dethklok


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Return of The Grievous Angel: Tribute to Gram Parsons

Lyle Lovett: Pontiac

Merle Haggart: If I Could Only Fly

...I'm feelin' the need for beers and tears :lol:

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Prefab Sprout: Steve McQueen. Found a sealed copy at the Guelph record show a few months back. LOVE this album.


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Soundemon wrote:
"voilence has arrived" and "beyond hell" by GWAR
"Mutter" by Rammstein
"artificial soldier" - Front line assembly
"AEnima" - TOOL!!!
"Dethalbum" - Dethklok
TOOl aenima is one of the best cd's ive heard.They are great musicians.


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Return of The Grievous Angel: Tribute to Gram Parsons

Lyle Lovett: Pontiac

Merle Haggart: If I Could Only Fly

...I'm feelin' the need for beers and tears :lol:


I have all three, mind if I join you for a beer and a song.
Good call. 8)


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"Midnight Sugar" (Yamamoto Tsuyoshi Trio) a few moments ago. Right now is Gustav Mahler's "The Song of the Earth/Das Lied von der Erde" w/ Fischer-Dieskau, etc.


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