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What Music are you Listening To? (July 2016)

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  1. johnbarleycorn

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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LkAu3ijigeA

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    I am listening to the new Radiohead record. I like it a lot.

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    I think the more important question is what are you listening to your music ON.

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    That is a good question. But all my music sounds cool whether on my vintage 60s tube magnavox console, my old analog Sony turntable, my new digital Bluetooth Audio Technica turntable, my iPhone or my iPad through a Bluetooth speaker. Point is I love music and must listen to it in all circumstances.

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    Lovin' the new Avett Brothers album "True Sadness", especially this song...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xE92fmD18ds

    What am I doing wrong? I thought I could just copy and paste the youtube page to make the video appear in the page? I guess it may be better to do it this way, as the other way was really slow to open the page in full.

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    Hey Hawky, love the Avett Brothers but hadn't gotten the new album because I absolutely hate the song they have been playing on radio. Glad to hear it doesn't all sound like "ain't no man"!

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    Bummer... I loved being able to post videos. Now it's a surprise !! Yay !!

    Fond memories of this tune

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KT-r2vHeMM

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    It still gives me the chills lustening to at HIGH volume, Yo-Yo Ma performing Bach suite 1. Listened to through Def Tech SM65's on a Niles Amp/Rotel Pre

    Nate @ Moody AL
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    Wondered if someone would notice I accidently typed lustened to. I guess my subconscious took over somehow.

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    Hey Mayfair I love sex and candy. The songs not too bad either. I was thinking that took me back to my college years till I realized I had been out of college 11 years when it was released. Man time flies doesn't it?!

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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e5AIisWNvM4

    Click on the link. It's worth the trouble.

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    Hey Hawky, love the Avett Brothers but hadn't gotten the new album because I absolutely hate the song they have been playing on radio. Glad to hear it doesn't all sound like "ain't no man"!

    I know what you mean, I'm not too fond of it either but good news it's the first track and the rest of the album is on par with their past discography. My favorite album of theirs is Emotionalism. That album is brilliant!

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    Nice live version.

    Two of my favorite "covers" ever, gave me respect for this guy...

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

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

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    Emotionalism IS a brilliant album.

    I am currently listening to a saucerful of secrets on vinyl. Another most excellent album in my humble opinion.

    And those at cool covers Mayfair. I have respect for Fallon also.

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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SKN0-BC9PPg

    Once again worth the trouble. I mean who doesn't like early pink Floyd?!

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    http://youtu.be/dGR3m5Zs9Ic

    If you can't dig this I worry about you!

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    WUNC Radio's (N.C.) Back Porch Music, acoustic from Delta Blues to Bluegrass and folk. One of my favorite tunes, not played yet tonight, features the lyric, "Who's that walking down the aisle, is it Candy?" It's almost a chant, with the simple, repetitious lyric changing nuance and meaning. Simple enough even I can sing along.

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    Tuned in to a classic:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7eQ3eP6kO0

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    Mso489 I saw Dave Rawlings and Gillian Welch a month or so ago and they did that song. What an awesome show.

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    For some reason I started thinking about using a Sax for the baseline in a piece and started looking on youtube.
    I found this rather interesting Beatles cover.
    HelterSkelter

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    Thanks for the gun club post mayfair. I always loved them but their first album is the only one I have ever owned. I guess I need to fix that.

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    Newbroom that is an interesting version of heater skelter to say the least. Very cool. Thanks for sharing.

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    I've been on a trip through the archives lately and I'm currently listening to November-Coming Fire by Samhain.

    "So it goes." - K.V.
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    I have found that adding a bluetooth speaker to my pipe time is magical. As to what I am am listening to, Volbeat's new album and really enjoying Battleship Chains.

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    Oasis were such s great band.....especially when Liam wasn't singing!

    http://youtu.be/cmpRLQZkTb8

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    I've been on a classic kick lately...... Rolling Stones "Gimme Shelter", Traffic "Dear Mr Fantasy", James Taylor "Fire and Rain", and Cat Stevens "Peace Train" seem to find their way on to my playlists regularly.

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    You are definitely hitting a good groove there 'ogre!!!

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    As a general rule I'm NOT a fan of techno, but I'm a HUGE fan of Underworld. DUBNOBASSWITHMYHEADMAN is one my all time favs of any genre. It cuts right through and it's one of the few that I listen to loud.

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    Hey Nate the only stuff I am familiar with that has to do with Underworld is the track on the Trainspotting soundtrack and the album the Karl Hyde made with Brian Eno. Those two things plus your recommendation are enough to make me dig further. And I thank you for that.

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    Oh Nate, just got on Apple Music and that is some good stuff!!! Thank you brother!!!

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    John, that was my first exposure as well! Born Slippy is an anthem. If you like that you'll likely enjoy their other stuff. Let me know what you think! Check their live performance of Born Slippy!
    HERE

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    Just watched your link Nate. Inspired me to post it on Facebook which is a very rare thing for me. Really good shit. Thanks again.

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    Fantastic harmony in a Virginia folksong, Bright Morning Stars. LOVE these women !!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tW00jOvwg3M

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    Returning to the classics:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAhjWvLBXw8

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    So glad you loved it to! I would love to see them live!

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    The Nile song is excellent Mayfair. I listened to the "More Soundtrack" last week on vinyl. Pre - dark side of the moon is my favorite period in pink Floyds music. Followed closely by dark side and post - dark side!!!

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    Pink Floyd - Cirrus Minor....inspired by mayfair's last post.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0ebIwP9eKtc

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    Now THAT is pipe smoking music Harris!!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Fat City-Shawn Colvin.

    "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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    Barleycorn- Pre and Post Dark Side of The Moon are my favorite PF as well.

    Harris- OK. You win. I'm listening to Fragile after swearing off Yes in 1989. The horror of it all is I'm enjoying it. I hope you are satisfied.

    Blueeyedogre- Adding to your classic kick...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUEA5NWlQU0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMgf4cxuyRI

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    The 70s era Yes albums are as good as anything ever made. Really lost interest in the 80s and 90s but that old stuff is amazing. As good now as it was then.

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    mayfair, lol. I stopped listening to anything by Yes after Going For The One. Nothing after that held my interest.

    john, I still enjoy listening to the old Yes albums as much now as I did then.
    I saw Traffic at the Boston Garden I believe it was in July of 1975. I remember it being about 100 degrees in the Boston Garden as we were sweating our asses off.

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    Going for the one was the last yes album I ever bought Harris. And I bet that Traffic Show was amazing.

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    Emitt Rhodes self titled album from 1970 on a vinyl copy I picked up from a friend of mine. A record that I recommend for any fan of the Beatles. It's a little hard to find though.

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    Steve Winwood (self titled first solo album) with a bowl of Dunbar. Earlier I listened to Golden Earing - Mad Love (Contraband - if you listen to it on iTunes.) as I mowed the lawn. First Folden Earing album I ever bought. If you have it you should listen to it again. If you don't you should get it.

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    This fine morning i am lustening to Ministry's JUST ONE FIX. Great early morning tobacco smoking wake up anthem!

    HERE

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    Mad Love is coming.....

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ag5W-vgDZHk

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    Currently enjoying Jethro Tull - Stormwatch on vinyl.

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    Barleycorn - Enjoy some for me. The only Tull I have on vinyl is Thick As A Brick and like the rest of my life...it's in storage.

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    Well, I didn't like it when it was released and I still don't, but for some reason it's stuck in my mind.
    21st Century Schizoid Man
    Schizoid

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    Currently Lustening to Peter Gabriel 4: Security on iTunes. Also enjoying a bowl of Wessex Campaign on the porch after the rain which has cooled the atmosphere down considerably. Almost forgot to mention the glass of Michter's. A good moment.

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    Shock the monkey!!!! He says.

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    Continuing with Peter Gabriel 3: (melt). Superb!!!

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    Nate.....you had me at Just One Fix. As we have discussed previously, Jesus Built My Hotrod the redline/whiteline mix is the single greatest song ever recorded by mankind! Right now though I'm listening to The Shape of Jazz to Come by Ornette Coleman.

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    Philobeddoe - Ornette Coleman NICE!

    Here's some Art Blakey, one of my favorite drummers with Benny Golson on Sax.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IQNPlnc9c0

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    Mayfair, I love the Jazz Messengers, especially their work with Horace Silver.

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    I Tell It Like It Used To Be T. Graham Brown
    Brown

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    JohnB, you can dang a lang long my danga long ling long

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    Barleycorn, Going For the One was also the last Yes album I ever bought as well. Too funny, I guess we both have good taste. GFO had only a few tracks that I enjoyed, the rest of the album was just so so.

    Currently listening to Joe Walsh's Barnstorm. Rocky Mountain Way rules.

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    Where you come from is gone...where you thought you were going to weren't never there...and where you are ain't no good unless you can get away from it.

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    Yes - Fragile in 8bit

    "Fra-gee-lay. It must be Italian."

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    Yellow Ledbetter with a cob full of carter hall and a red stripe.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hs8y3kneqrs

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    The Who - Odorono

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NtnKAKgN7f8

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    New Orleans is Sinking

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    I'm really enjoying the new Jeff Beck album, "Hailer". This one is a bit reminiscent of "Guitar Shop", with an interesting and up-to-date social commentary.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZBaKwDr-d0

    Al

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