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What Music Are You Listening To ~ June, 2019

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  1. dino

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    We lost Leon Redbone the other day. Although he asks us, in this 1977 performance, "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone," I'm quite sure many of us will.
    May his memory be eternal.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/FUxbInKev-o

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    Currently listening to Todd Rundgren ~ Something/Anything?.

    "So it goes." - K.V.
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    Lately, I've been binging on Al Stewart. I have all his cds.

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    Lots of smooth jazz like Warren Hill or Dave Koz

    “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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    Van Morrison - Saint Dominic’s Preview with a bowl of Capstan Blue.

    And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl proved the strongest man at last
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    Monster Magnet - Powertrip

    My soul has had enough chicken soup, it needs more TESD podcast.
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    Ive been on a motorhead kick lately

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    Been listening to stoner/doom rock/metal the past week. Bands like Mystic Sons and My Sleeping Karma. Most of their songs don't have many singing parts just instrumental so they don't disturb my thought process while doing writing.

    Pierre
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    Mozart - a collection of works to help one relax

    It's working.

    "You are remembered for the rules you break." - General Douglas MacArthur
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    Germ free adolescents by x ray spex

    Education is important, but motorbikes is importanter.
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    Currently listening to Frank Zappa ~ FZ:OZ.

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    To mark the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre...from Roger Waters' masterpiece, Amused to Death:

    She wore a white bandanna that said
    Freedom now
    She thought the Great Wall of China
    Would come tumbling down

    Won't you shed a tear
    For my yellow rose
    My yellow rose
    In her bloodstained clothes

    She's everybody's sister
    She's symbolic of our failure
    She's the one in fifty million
    Who can help us to be free

    Because she died on TV

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ca3PnHFgJ54

    “Bipartisan usually means some larger-than-usual deception is being carried out.” – George Carlin
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    Currently listening to King Crimson ~ In The Court Of The Crimson King.

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    I was listening to the It Ain't Easy album by the "Somebody" who saved Elton John's life, Long John Baldry, Reggie Dwight's band mate in the group Bluesology (Elton's stage name is taken from two of his band mates, Elton Dean and John Baldry. In the new movie Rocketman it is claimed the Elton took the "John" from John Lennon. Wrong.)
    Anyway, here's the wonderful "Don't Try To Lay No Boogie-Woogie On The King of Rock & Roll" with John's classic intro, and the scorching tune that follows.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/Bj_lZ4hkJd8

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    Currently listening to The Pharcyde ~ Labcabincalifornia.

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    by the "Somebody" who saved Elton John's life, Long John Baldry

    (Elton's stage name is taken from two of his band mates, Elton Dean and John Baldry. In the new movie Rocketman it is claimed the Elton took the "John" from John Lennon. Wrong.)

    Right on both counts Dino...and thanks for the post...a cool tune with a funny story by Baldry.

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    Ian Noe - Between the Country

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    Mike Ness, album Cheating At Solitaire.

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    Mike Ness , I love Social Distortion.

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    Currently listening to Gary Clark Jr. ~ Blak And Blu.

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    Listening to Chick Corea and Gary Burton. Here's a very entertaining live performance filled with virtuosity and fun, that begins with Vibes for 4 hands, "Armando's Rumba"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/VRSjLkj0VMw

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    That was awesome Dino.

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    For all you Zappa fans, Philo and me included, here's that amazing live 1988 Barcelona performance of his arrangement of Ravel's Bolero, with Frank conducting The Best Band You Never Heard In Your Life.
    If you've never heard this before, you will be entertained.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/d5nknnhZVs8

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    bump

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    here's that amazing live 1988 Barcelona performance of his arrangement of Ravel's Bolero

    I especially liked the trombone on that Dino.

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    One from Colvin & Earle...finally got around to purchasing this album recently.

    Someday · Colvin & Earle

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-oH6xavYU0&list=PLk44dnpzP7wQtJegucBKYSq3MG60bqPWr&index=14

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    I was surfin' YT and came across this amazing acoustical performance by Mark Knopfler and Chet Atkins, live at Secret Policeman's Ball, 1987. They're playing "I'll See You In My Dreams" and "Imagine"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/5wTVLIZaxMk

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    amazing acoustical performance by Mark Knopfler and Chet Atkins, live at Secret Policeman's Ball, 1987.

    That was a gem Dino...from two of the masters.

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    Colvin & Earle - "You're Right (I'm Wrong)" (Live at WFUV)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3s99XNMD58

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    The Beatles Revolver album, found at a thrift store.

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    Jenna Greene's "Wild Earth Child" album.

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    "The Boxer"...and the rest of it.

    Mr. Simon and Mr. Garfunkel.

    Home is the sailor, home from sea,
    And the hunter home from the hill.
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    I've been over these highways for years in the dark
    Crisscrossing the land like a stitch on the wound
    Rolling through the night while millions were sleeping
    Under every phase of the moon
    Under every phase of the moon

    And the wind blows down hard in the night
    With the ghosts of the brave and the damned
    Howling their song, locked in their fight
    Over every inch of this land
    Over every inch of this land

    And they say what is lost will be what is won
    What is done will be done and undone again
    They say don't think for a second that you won't become
    One more voice on the wind
    One more voice on the wind

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rr-NTRnG_ps

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    Currently listening to Madeleine Peyroux ~ Careless Love.

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    "Ziggy".

    Bowie.

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    I met a Frenchman in a field last night
    He was out there with an easel, painting carnival light
    He said, "I used to paint the princess, I used to paint the frogs
    Now I paint moustaches on dangerous dogs"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvFeuSARN8A

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    Currently listening to Iron Maiden ~ Piece Of Mind.

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    One of the great features of Spotify is how you can select a band you like and then click on their "radio" and it will play tunes form a variety of bands with similar music. Was listening to some fine bluegrass on Town Mountain's "radio."

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    Hey all!........I've been absent from posting here, still lurk once in a while...........
    I've been working 80-88 hours/week...... No Fun!!.
    But I've put together a little Amplifier in the Single Ended Triode Mode.. with the venerable 45 tubes.........Playing through Klipsch Cornwalls........
    Pure bliss, I don't know what else to say....... I've been listening to a lot of Dylan, Cohen. Peter,Paul & Mary...... this set-up is pure ear-candy.....
    I'll be eligible to retire in
    20 months, can't get here soon enough...............
    Been listening to a bunch of Joni ...... On Vinyl......Sweet Stuff....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLu2-gG68S0&list=RDvLu2-gG68S0&start_radio=1

    "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream..."
    Willy Wonka
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    3Teeth, Shutdown.exe.

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    Hey Beef...good to see you posting again. But damn, 80-88 hour weeks??? That's brutal dude.

    Retirement in 20 months sounds great, but I hope you don't have to keep up those kind of hours that long. I couldn't do it.

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    It's June 21st., listening to Mungo Jerry's "In The Summertime"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/wKMIzEtmmD4

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    Respectable little murders pay
    They get more respectable every day

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

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    Currently listening to Steely Dan ~ Countdown To Ecstacy.

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    Ask Alexa to play you "Waltzing With Bears," an absurdist lyric about Uncle Walter who keeps escaping the family home to, yes, go waltzing with bears -- shaggy bears, raggy bears, saggy bears too. The hair of the bears shows up on his new coat, then some new torn spots. When he's finally convinced to stay home, the bears barge in and insist on taking Uncle Walter dancing, at least one dance a day. It's as insane and witty as it sounds. I believe it is on youTube too. Then ask Alexa to play you "Be Kind To Your Parents," with Pete Seeger singing. It's a lyric urging kids, in the same slightly condescending tone people take toward children's behavior -- to "be kind to your parents, even though they don't deserve it," etc. Because one day you may wake up and find you're a parent too.

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    Listening to some Dixie Dregs ~ Free Fall.

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    Being in the mood for some bagpipe rock, listened to the blazing pipes of the Red Hot Chilli Pipers on Spotify. They do it up well from their rendition of Scotland the Brave to Smoke on the Water.

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    Currently listening to Steely Dan ~ Countdown To Ecstacy.

    Ultimately my favorite SD album.

    I got a chuckle out of the liner notes that Don & Walt penned in the remastered CD...particularly the part where they warned that anyone who considers CTE to be the best SD album is:

    "not the sort of individual you want sitting across the table from you at a dinner party, especially one where alcoholic beverages are being served"

    ... and went on to elaborate even further regarding such an unsavory individual. LOL

    Listening to some Dixie Dregs ~ Free Fall.

    Dregs is great stuff. Interesting trivia related to that album:

    I always remembered the cover art of them jumping out of a plane. They were signed to Capricorn records to record that album in '77 with the help of Twiggs Lyndon, Allman Bros road manager, who also worked with the Dregs for a while. Two years later Lyndon died skydiving when his chute didn't open properly (and the plane had taken off from "Duanesburg"...go figure).

    The full Lyndon story is quite a tale...would make a great movie.

    ORGANIZATION MAN – TWIGGS LYNDON’S WILD LIFE AND EERIE DEATH.

    http://alanpaul.net/2017/11/organization-man-twiggs-lyndons-wild-life-and-eerie-death/

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    Mötley Crüe ~ Too Fast for Love

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    Paul Weller - Sonik Kicks.

    Really fantastic, IMO.

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    I was listening to some Elvis, earlier this evening, on LP.
    Here's an iconic live performance of "Polk Salad Annie"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/RUFKiiVD-sc

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    Listening to the Old and in the Way bluegrass radio station on Pandora. Some mighty fine bluegrass on it.

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    You all know the Doctor. Doctor John. Mac Rebennack. C'mon Mac!

    This is in thankfulness to the band and all the fellas. Two, three, four, a-one...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCRrXZP8b0I

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    Liquid Mind VII.

    Mr. Wild.

    For some reason, this album takes me back to the one homeplace in my youth that I never wanted to leave.

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    Steely Dan-Alive In America.

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    Chuck E. Weiss- Red Beans and Weiss

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    Currently listening to David Bowie ~ Low.

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