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What Music Are You Listening To ~ January 2019

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  1. philobeddoe

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    Currently listening to Frank Zappa ~ Hot Rats.

    "So it goes." - K.V.
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    Currently listening to Horace Silver ~ The Cape Verdean Blues.

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    Kraftwerk - Autobahn

    And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl proved the strongest man at last
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    Ballake Sissoko and Vincent Segal: Chamber Music

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    Larry Carlton, drinking Kona dark roast and smoking a fresh bowl of Plum Pudding Reserve in a Pete B42. Kicking the morning off right!

    “The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began.
    Now far ahead the Road has gone, I must follow if I can
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    Currently listening to The Raconteurs ~ Broken Boy Soldiers.

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    Currently listening to Return To Forever ~ Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy.

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    Currently listening to Steely Dan ~ Pretzel Logic.

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    Tonight I'm listening to selections from the Eton Choirbook.

    The pipe is an instrument of civilization.
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    Currently listening to Jackson Browne ~ Late For The Sky.

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    Now playing Rush - Hemispheres

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    That’s my favorite JB album Philo.

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    Mine too.

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    Currently listening to David Bowie ~ Scary Monsters.

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    Standing in the middle of nowhere
    Wondering how to begin
    Lost between tomorrow and yesterday
    Between now and then
    ..............
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mIj-jedeRA

    "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream..."
    Willy Wonka
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    Currently listening to Alice Cooper ~ Billion Dollar Babies.

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    ^ love this. Generation Landslide is a personal fave.

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    Springsteen: Ghost of Tom Joad.

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    Standing in the middle of nowhere
    Wondering how to begin
    Lost between tomorrow and yesterday
    Between now and then..............

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mIj-jedeRA

    Great Kinks tune Beef!

    Not sure what to think about that video though LOL. But then I've seen very few videos I've really liked.

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    George Straight: Ocean Front Property

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    Dean Martin’s - Volaré & Sammy Davis Jr’s - Sam’s Song.

    These played back to back on my playlist while enjoying a SG - Fire Dance!

    Clear sky, no wind, and a full belly. Great times!

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    Rod Stewart - Another Country.

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    Not sure what to think about that video though LOL.
    I agree........ it's got a whole lotta that 1980's cheesiness, but I after a few stiff drinks, it grows on you............

    Here's one, written almost 50 years ago, and just now released.......... there's an important message here in this one methinks.........

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOBjwkaW-T0

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    ^ Most excellent beef

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    My 2 year old picked this out last night:

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    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. The second coming of Ray Charles, Sam Cooke and James Brown all rolled into one. Righteous stuff.

    "Each of you be a light unto yourself; betake yourself to no external refuge. Hold fast to the Truth. Look not for refuge to anyone beside yourself." -The Buddha
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    French accordian cafe music while painting a bathroom wall. I can think of a million other things I'd rather be doing.

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    Currently listening to Blondie Chaplin (self titled) on vinyl with a bowl of SG best brown flake and glass of Bulleit Bourbon.

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    The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw.

    Misters Butterfield and Bishop, Etal.

    Home is the sailor, home from sea,
    And the hunter home from the hill.
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    French accordian cafe music while painting a bathroom wall.

    That is without question the only appropriate music for painting a bathroom wall.

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    Currently listening to Jeff Beck ~ Truth.

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    Here's one, written almost 50 years ago, and just now released.......... there's an important message here in this one methinks......…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOBjwkaW-T0

    Just had a chance to listen to that one Beef. I love the subject of time. I often contemplate what the true nature of it is...and how it relates to consciousness.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Someone pieced together a pretty good video for this one:

    So we bought a pack of cigarettes and Mrs. Wagner's pies
    And walked off to look for America.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH9MMdaVZnE

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    Merle Haggard: Sing Me Back Home

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    Carl Maria von Weber, Clarinet Concertino in E-Flat, Op 26
    Vienna State Opera Orchestra / Felix Prohaska, conductor

    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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    Listening to some Jane's Addiction ~ Ritual de lo Habitual.

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    Mad Dogs and Englishmen.

    Misters Cocker and Russell, Etal.

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    Pink Floyd - Relics (on vinyl) with bowl of Balkan Sassieni and mug of coffee.

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    I love the subject of time. I often contemplate what the true nature of it is...and how it relates to consciousness.
    Same here, brian...... It's a fascination of mine as well.

    Great video too, and probably my favorite S/G song! I have a couple really memorable moments that involve that song.

    In 1991 I went to see Paul Simon at a small outdoor venture in Grove City, Ohio. The place was kinda out in the sticks. When he sang the verse "And the moon rose over an open field", he sort of waved his arm towards the crowd. Then he paused, and sang the verse again, and waived his arm towards the crowd. Finally someone looked over their shoulder and then EVERYONE turned around and the crowd went NUTS!! For there, on the horizon behind us was the Biggest brightest full moon I've ever seen- rising over an open field....... it was one of those truly magical moments in my life. To this day, I don't know if that was planned, or sheer blind coincidence, but I like to believe there was some sort of higher-power at work that wonderful night. I will never forget that. (I just dug out my old concert stub from the show (yes, I have them all ) It was August 25, 1991, and looked up the full moon calendar for 1991, and indeed it was a FULL moon) Wanted to make sure my memories weren't playing tricks on me!!

    My other memory dates back to 1988, I was in college in Athens Ohio. I had a HUGE 1971 Olds 98, and sometimes on the weekends my buddies and I would gas that thing up and cruise the backways of southern Ohio. This usually involved beer and weed back then too (I know )............ Well we're driving this backwoods two lane highway and we pass Art G. just walking down the road!! WTF? I says: "THAT was fucking ART GARFUNKEL, MAN!!" My buddies were saying "no way dude, you're too high." "Why would Art. G. be walking down the road? I said 'How would I know?, but THAT was him!" They insisted it was not. Well, I turned the Old 1971 Olds 98 around and approached the walker. We rolled down the windows and my buddy says "Are you Art G?" Art smiled and said, "Why yes, yes I am!" Then we asked him if he needed a ride....... he explained he was walking across America, but thanks anyways.......... Then we told him good luck, and offered him a beer, which he declined. Then we just sort of drove off and waved, and that was it..........

    Both true stories, and both very dear to my heart, so thanks again brian, for posting that link, and bringing those old memories back!!

    And JBC-- Thanks for reminding me of that Blondie Chaplin album. My freshman roommate had a copy on vinyl and we played that one all the time! I haven't thought of it in over 30 years! I love that album.........

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    Yo-Yo Ma “Cello Suites: Inspired by Bach”

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    ^ great stories beef. And you are welcome.

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    Holy crap Beef...those are two great stories. I’m glad I had that song on my mind...how serendipitous. I listened to it again last night after posting it and that moon line kept running through my head. I can easily imagine what a magical memory that would be from that concert. I’m sure PS remembers it as well.

    But your AG story is even better...I mean that’s something that only happens in a movie. I bet Art was thinking, I wonder if these guys are going to kidnap me.

    I can’t remember hearing about AG’s walk before, and I was wondering if he might have just been joking with you guys, so I just looked this up...below is an excerpt:

    How have the press and Art Garfunkel's fans treated him during his walk?

    "I was left almost totally alone. There were times that the press latched onto me and then I would have to strike a deal. If you leave me alone, I'll give you an interview in the coffee shop in the town I'm about to come to. ..... But I was never really hassled and I find the world .... is a safe place. Almost the entire world is trying to mind their own business and stay out of trouble and find their way to heaven in their own way. They just can't be bothered with you. There is another phenomena that my fellow celebrities may know. If you are wearing a non-persona, if behind your face, you are feeling like I'm not a famous singer, I'm just a guy looking out at the beauty of the landscape. The attitude that you project belies any sense of celebrity. So, even if somebody says, 'he seems to look like Art Garfunkel, but it can't be, look at his tone, his attitude, that couldn't be him.' So I never get hassled."From the "Across America" Interview.

    While walking across America, what is the most surprising thing that had happened to you or that you had observed?

    "In the Appalachians of West Virginia, the sun was going down and I was stuck for a place to stay. I knocked on the door of a private farm house. Three college-age girls were in the middle of an LSD trip. They recognized me as Art Garfunkel. I learned that they were three of thousands (millions?) who are "invisible" - pay no taxes, avoid the census taker; they are not on America's books." From the "1999 AG Website" Interview.

    https://www.artgarfunkel.com/america_walk_quotes.html

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    .I mean that’s something that only happens in a movie.
    Thinking back on that moment it was really quite surreal......... It would have been a great scene in a movie!........
    I've loved Simon and Garfunkel since I was a toddler. Although Simon gets a nod for his songwriting prowess, its Art that really fascinates me. The guy is a study in humanity itself. He's one of those guys that does what he wants, just because he wants to do it. He's kept a book list since 1968 that's over 1000 titles! He's got a Masters in mathematics, and is a bit compulsive with numbers...........An accomplished poet too, poems he graciously shares on his website. Art truly loves America. What an interesting man...........

    I love his "Note to younger self", written on the back of an envelope........... Note to younger self

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    I'm listening to the Tete Montoliu LP, Tête à Tete, with Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and Al "Tootie" Heath.
    Here's Tete's solo performance of "Lush Life"

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

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    Although Simon gets a nod for his songwriting prowess, its Art that really fascinates me. The guy is a study in humanity itself.

    That's interesting Beef...I'll have to check out some of his poetry. I've never really known anything about AG beyond his singing with PS and his role in Carnal Knowledge.

    To walk across America was quite an undertaking...I can't imagine doing that. Can you imagine those girls in the farmhouse trying to get someone to believe their story?

    "We were tripping on acid in this farmhouse out in the middle of nowhere and Art Garfunkel knocked on the door."

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    Currently listening to Genesis ~ Selling England By The Pound.

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    Currently listening to King Crimson ~ In The Court Of The Crimson King.

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    Stuck at work listening to The Clash ~ Sandinista!

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    Well if you have to be stuck at work you might as well listen to sandanista! Great choice.

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    Currently listening to Kraftwerk - Ralf and Florian (on vinyl) with a bowl of SG Kendal plug.

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    Currently listening to Art Farmer ~ Early Art and smoking a bowl of Margate in a Castello Old Antiquari prince.

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    Phil, I like your taste.

    Beef, those are great stories. Thanks to my youth I'm all too familiar with gassing up boats to cruise bfe Ohio backroads as they were essentially international water and you could do about anything.

    Currently playing Caravan - In The Land Of Grey And Pink

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    Currently listening to various artists ~ The Anthology Of American Folk Music, this collection is breathtakingly beautiful.

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    Lou Reed: Anthology

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    Listening to some Joy Division ~ Unknown Pleasures.

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    Now that the film Green Book has received some awards, it’s a good time to revisit some of Dr. Don Shirley’s wonderful recordings. Here’s an amazing rendition of “Georgia On My Mind”

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/SWJJm2WJ-WA

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    Currently listening to Kraftwerk - Radioactivity ( on vinyl). Been on a bit of a krautrock kick lately.

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    Currently listening to Hank Mobley ~ No Room For Squares.

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    New York Dolls

    A man that hoards up riches and enjoys them not, is like an ass that carries gold and eats thistles.
    -Richard Burton
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    Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind

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    Journey - Feeling That Way/Anytime

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    Currently listening to Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumors.

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    Currently listening to Weather Report ~ Mr. Gone.

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    Hump Day special with "Purple".

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    Jimmy Page is 75 today. Here he is as a session musician, playing lead guitar, on The Who's "Bald-Headed Woman" which was the B-side of "I Can't Explain"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/qId1oNx5o4w

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    Happy Birthday Jimmy, currently listening to Led Zeppelin ~ Houses Of The Holy.

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    ^^ Thanks for that one, Dino!.......... I've never heard that before. Happy Birthday to Jimmy!!.........

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    Currently listening to Free ~ Fire And Water and smoking a bowl of Margate in a Savinelli Punto Oro sandblasted 320.

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    Always listen to music post-breakfast and often post-lunch. Today post-lunch while puffing away listened to the Infamous Stringdusters station on Pandora, 1 of my 2 favorite bluegrass stations there along with the Yonder Mountain String Band station.

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    The Beatles............... And you bird can sing..........
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uq0aeEYLkIE

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    Peter Wolf: Nothing But the Wheel

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