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What Music Are You Listening To? (February 2018)

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  1. dino

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    I was listening to Joe Satriani's Surfing With The Alien, and found this live version of my favorite track from the album, "Always With Me, Always With You"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/BsJisD7n8_Q

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    I 'happened' upon this silly little tune.
    The 'artist' looks familiar?
    song

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    Satriani was one of those artists that influenced everyone indirectly. Great album though.

    "My own experience has been that the tools I need for my trade are paper, tobacco, food, and a little whiskey." -- William Faulkner

    The Metal Mixtures
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    I believe that Joe Satriani was Steve Vai’s guitar teacher, if I remember correctly.

    "So it goes." - K.V.
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    Currently listening to The Clash ~ Combat Rock.

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  6. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Rush ~ Vapor Trails.

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    Now playing AC/DC - Highway to Hell

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  8. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Wayne Shorter ~ Super Nova.

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    Doors........

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    I have a nice old Ray Charles record I was spinning today on this old girl. I picked up my parents Dual 601 that was sitting in their crawlspace. Sounds absolutely fabulous on there.

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    Another vintage Zevon episode complete with street encounter (this time with 2 young ladies) and a piano performance in what was apparently his private studio in those early days (and this time he seems completely sober).

    They rode against the railroads
    And they rode against the banks
    And they rode against the governor
    Never did they ask for a word of thanks

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVfRwyhBNXY

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    Thrash Metal station on Spotify

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  13. judcole

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    Paul Chambers, Bass on Top

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=784vBuUrUFQ

    Thought in the early morning, solace in time of woes,
    Peace in the hush of the twilight, balm ere my eyelids close
    Rudyard Kipling
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    Nilsson - Pussy Cats.

    And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl proved the strongest man at last
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    Jud, what a great album! I remember, back in the day, my friend got this LP and we sat in front of his new Altec Lansing A7s and those 15in. woofers nearly landed in our laps. Paul Chambers was amazing. And, this album became one of our "test how good your stereo system is" LPs.
    Thanks for posting this. Great music and great memories.
    Dino

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    Currently listening to The J.B.’s ~ Funky Good Time: The Anthology. If this don’t get you to shake your ass.....forget it!

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    Doors.......

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    Good tune newbroom...

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    If this don’t get you to shake your ass.....forget it!

    I couldn't dance if you were shooting at my feet.

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  20. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Eddie Harris ~ Plug Me In.

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    I took a wrong turn on the astral plane
    Now I keep on thinkin' my luck is gonna change
    Someday

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5CDxAQ23T4

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  22. dino

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    Ane Brun, "One"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/F5XYhp7t9bw

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    Soundtrack: Trinity and Beyond by William Stromberg and John Morgan

    I showed some of the film to my history class the other day and I had to find the soundtrack. It's Mighty Ominous

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvDvN5oYoZw&list=PLSlIAmn09FuOLZRWu9XwJrczFS3zzOGRu

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    -Richard Burton
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  24. danielplainview

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    Nice turn table Mike.

    Getting my creepy jams on tonight.

    Ray Noble orchestra

    https://youtu.be/vJ9aT-Wa_tE

    Timber Timbre

    https://youtu.be/rbity554pSg

    Make aromatics great again.
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  25. cortezattic

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    Engelbert Humperdinck Orchestral Suite: "Hänsel und Gretel", Royal Phil/Rudolf Kempe

    I find myself sitting idly on the line dividing past and future,
    as if I could kill time without injuring eternity. -- Thoreau
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    Verdi's "Celeste Aida", Joseph Calleja, tenor; Valenciana Orchestra/Ramón Teba

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  27. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to 10,000 Maniacs ~ MTV Unplugged.

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  28. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to the Talking Heads ~ Sand In The Vaseline.

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    Stones - Let it Bleed.

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    Exile on Mainstreet.

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  31. brian64

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    Of course I went to law school and took a law degree
    And counseled all my clients to plead insanity
    Then worked in hair replacement, swindling the bald
    Where very few are chosen, and fewer still are called

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24mqb-IAHfo

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  32. lasttango

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    You want it darker -----> Leonard Cohen

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    DOORS........

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    Instrumental relaxing jazz.

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  35. brian64

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    I may be old and I may be bent
    But I had the money till it all got spent
    I had the money till they made me pay
    Then I had the sense to be on my way

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uH1okbICrw

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    I'm listening to Van Morrison's new CD titled Versatile. It is an interesting mix of songs with a jazz feel to many of them.

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  37. brian64

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    What goes on in Detox Mansion
    Outside the rubber room
    We get therapy and lectures
    We play golf in the afternoon

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MHxkl4Xs4A

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  38. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Willie Bobo ~ Willie Bobo’s Finest Hour.

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  39. dino

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    Brian, I, too, love Warren Zevon's music. I most respect how he faced his mortality with incredible courage. The last music he wrote is some powerful stuff. Here's one that will make you laugh and cry, at the same time:

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/LbhYqV17CoQ

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    I most respect how he faced his mortality with incredible courage. The last music he wrote is some powerful stuff. Here's one that will make you laugh and cry, at the same time

    So true Dino. Great video...and that was in 2000 before he even knew of his condition as I understand the story. Amazing considering some of those songs on Life’ll Kill Ya and My Ride’s Here...he apparently intuited what was coming. And then managed to complete The Wind while he was in the process of dying.

    He was truly one of a kind...and a somewhat troubled soul...but was able to channel it into a long list of strange, twisted and wonderful timeless songs.

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    Mozart: Flute Quartet No. 3 in C

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    John Pinette I Say Nay Nay

    Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch’entrate
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    One of my all time favorites and what I think as one of the best songs ever written (eat your heart out Beetles!)....

    The one, the only,

    Elvis Costello - Beyond Belief

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    Boccherini: String Quartet in A Major

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  45. brian64

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    I didn't have to come to Maui
    To be treated like a jerk
    How do you think I feel
    When I see the bellboys smirk?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilGTZTITn_4

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  46. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Portishead ~ Dummy.

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    Honky Chateau on vinyl smoking a bowl of 2016 Christmas cheer.

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    Bryan Ferry - the Bride Stripped Bare

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  49. philobeddoe

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    Honky Château on vinyl.....

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  50. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Black Sabbath ~ Master Of Reality and smoking a bowl of Wessex Burley Slices in a Bill Shalosky sandblasted Dublin.

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  51. renfield

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    Alan Parsons Project - Ammonia Avenue

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  52. brian64

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    Don't knock on my door
    If you don't know my Rottweiler's name

    Well, he's dreaming about an intruder or two
    And the promise of burglar blood
    He's yearning to chew on a gangster tattoo
    And to hear the proverbial sickening thud

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_0e4chKXQ4

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    Some have the speed and the right combinations
    If you can't take the punches it don't mean a thing

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fGI0RymUa4

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    ^^ I'm with Dino............ Really enjoying these WZ songs.............He had a certain gift, an introspect, like no other....GOOD STUFF!!.......

    JBC........ Honky Chateau on Vinyl........... One of my earliest memories........... I remember my mother playing this on vinyl, I was 5-6 years old............ to look back now, she was only 23 years old at the time........ God Damn, where does the time go??

    One of my favorites from the album............

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tRgYfQ48A0

    "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream..."
    Willy Wonka
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  55. dino

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    Listening to the Jimmy Eat World (Bleed American) album.
    Here's a live, studio version of the songs "Hear You Me" and "My Sundown"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/fjhaRHOB2Uo

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  56. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Fiona Apple ~ Tidal.

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    Tales from Topographic Oceans by Yes. I listen to 3 of the 4 sides. It is a double album with only 4 songs. Each song is 18-around 20 minutes and they are like an opera. The only side I don't like is the Ancient, too weird even for my tastes. It is an album you have to listen to at least a dozen times to get everything that is going on in each individual songs.

    I saw them when they were promoting the album in Feb of 1974, totally mind blowing concert one of my favorite shows ever.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tales_from_Topographic_Oceans

    Harris
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    The Who by Numbers with a bowl of Condor ready rubbed and a Bells Two Hearted Ale. “But however much I booze...there ain’t no way out”.

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    Tales from Topographic Oceans by Yes. I listen to 3 of the 4 sides. It is a double album with only 4 songs. Each song is 18-around 20 minutes and they are like an opera. The only side I don't like is the Ancient, too weird even for my tastes. It is an album you have to listen to at least a dozen times to get everything that is going on in each individual songs.

    I saw them when they were promoting the album in Feb of 1974, totally mind blowing concert one of my favorite shows ever.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tales_from_Topographic_Oceans


    I love those long, complex prog songs.

    You actually inspired me to break out some King Crimson Red

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    Yes was my second concert in ‘76. My first was Bowie the same year. I love Yes. Great pipe smoking music.

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  61. renfield

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    ^^^^ Yes, indeed. Put on the Koss Pro 4AA cans, dim the lights, kick back and lose yourself in the music.

    Now playing SRV - Couldn’t Stand the Weather.

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  62. agnosticpipe

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    Arvo Part, Tabula Rasa. Makes me relax...

    The pipe smoker formerly know as agnostic pipe
    "Fried food, hard liquor, and tobacco, that's the holy trinity!"- Stacy Keach
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    Hawky, Yes original drummer Bill Bruford left to go to King Crimson.

    John Barleycorn, I saw Bowie's Thin White Duke tour in 1976 at the Boston Garden. Hell of a show. Station to Station is one of my favorite Bowie albums. I also saw him in 1983 for the Serious Moonlight tour.

    I saw Yes 3 times in 1976, Boston Garden, Providence Civic center and in Hartford at an outdoor venue called Colt Park, it was the only time I saw them outside. It was a great show but I kind of missed the cool indoor stuff they did, light show wise. The Tales tour had the coolest set design. The only concert that beat that set, was Pink Floyd's The Division Bell tour. That was the most amazing light show I have ever seen. Now the big question, how many times did you see Yes tripping?

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    I saw Laser Floyd whilst tripping, at the local planetarium.

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    Currently listening to Frank Zappa ~ You Are What You Is.

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  66. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to The Kinks ~ Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part One.

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  67. brian64

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    Early in the morning I feel a chill
    The factory whistle blows loud and shrill

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nA47hTf1SJ8

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  68. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Pink Floyd ~ Ummagumma.

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  69. dino

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    Today is George Brunies birthday (1902-1974). He was a Jazz giant, "King of the Tailgate Trombonists." An original member of the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, who were among the earliest recorded jazz musicians, he spent much of his life in Chicago. From the 1950s until the mid 60s, he was a regular performer at the 1111 Club, on Chicago's North Side. The club was just down the block from the grocery store in which I worked through high school and college.
    I knew George, as he was a regular customer at the store. Although I never saw him at the club, (I wasn't old enough to get in), we often spoke about jazz and its history. When he passed, I went to his wake. A genial man, with a great sense of humor, and an incredible musician.
    Here is a clip from Al Hodes 1968 TV show "Jazz Alley" as the group, Art Hodes on piano, George Brunies on trombone, Nappy Trottier on trumpet, Jimmy Grenato on clarinet and Truck Parham on bass, plays "I've Found A New Baby"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/r1oHyoVQQkE

    And, here's George, hamming it up, in a 1938 performance of "At The Jazz Band Ball" with Bobby Hackett, trumpet, Eddie Condon, guitar, and Pee Wee Russell, clarinet

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/iTi9k6ZtLYw

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  70. 5star

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    Haydn Symphony 88 in G major

    "You are remembered for the rules you break." - General Douglas MacArthur
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