Ok, so let's hear it, What have you listened to today?

Posted by: mrkim56
With a pretty extensive collection on the ol'puter I've listened to quite a variety of tunes.

What have YOU lissened to today? Diversity is the key so any and all choices are cool, so let's hear 'em!

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A Dear friend recommended this today ...


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One of the finest Canadian Muscians ever!

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ My fave albums of his are "Harvest" and "On the Beach" but I think my fave tune of his is "Ambulance Blues"

www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LTiKJlB...

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@mrkim56 Yep, I love all his songs. I have a friend here in TO who actually played with the Buffalo Springfield and has a tribute band now. He sounds very much like Neil too.

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Always loved Joan Jett, finally tons of time to listen to some old tracks again.

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ After a short stint at work today I've been voraciously consuming stuff on the net and decided to take a well deserved break with one of my faves by Stevie Ray Vaughn called "Tin Pan Alley" www.youtube.com/watch?v=oydj5H9C...

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@mrkim56 he's one of my favs too!
'Pride and Joy' is one.

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ , you or Frac ever heard of these cats? Morphine - You Look Like Rain www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkSzV6jA...

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@mrkim56 Knowing the history a bit, might not be the best idea putting those two members' names in the same sentence Kim. Just a heads up like.

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ and to Frac as well ... I figure music's one area where lots of dissimilarities amongst folks kinda melts away, which is just ONE of the reasons I started this thread.

I mean no ill will in having mentioned you 2 in the same post, nor did I know of a problem in having done so.

To that end please accept any apologies that might be needed for having done so smiley

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@mrkim56 or was it box. Didn't bother me at all,as long as they wash their hands. hahahaha
Any who, terrific post and having lots of fun too. :)

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@1FRAC1 Happy there was no offense taken as none was surely meant.

Definitely diggin all the great music folks are postin here.

Party at the anysubj is rockin and a rollin

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@mrkim56 she fill ya in then. hahahah

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@mrkim56 No problem at all, don't be sorry. Damage was done a couple of years ago..... DBR (Damaged Beyond Repair).... smiley

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@mrkim56 mouse probly did,she listens to more variety

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Way back from '74, my all time favorite synthesized rock band Emerson, Lake and Palmer.

Even then they saw the coming and eventual ending of man vs AI




Man:
"Rejoice, glory is ours,
Our young men have not died in vain,
Their graves need no flowers
The tapes have recorded their names

I am all there is"

Computer: "Negative, primitive, limited
I let you live."

Man: "But I gave you life!"

Computer: "What else could you do?"

Man: "To do what was right!"

Computer: "I'm perfect, are you?"

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@mrkim56 On one of my late 70's magic mushroom picking excursions, I forgot my tape case at home. The only tape I had was the one in the deck. Emerson, Lake and Palmer's Brain Salad Surgery. It was the only one we needed. smiley
It was a great trip.

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@Bread&Circuses Uh, speakin of great trippin music ... I spent more than a few nights groovin to this one by Robin Trower while cruisin the back roads in my buddys ol 66 'Stang in those days

www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e_xK35C...

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@mrkim56 Indeed. When i was 19, I had three Mustangs, all fastbacks and 4 speeds. A '65 2+2, '67 GT Fastback, '70 Fastback with the shaker hood. Those were the days. smiley

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@Bread&Circuses again, I am SOOOOOO jealous!

First off, yeah, no other single album could produce a finer trip!

Tocatta and Jerusalem would be intense but Karn Evil# 9 the Third Impression, MIND BLOWING!!

But, I've been wanting to do shrooms for 40+ years now and have never come across any.

Was even talkin to a neighbor just the other day and even here in cattle country where we've had tons of rain he says he haddn seen any.

I can guarantee if I find any, I'm doin 'em!

Haddn tripped in over 20yrs but I would definitely make an exception for shrooms

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@mrkim56 The Marysville exit off the 405 just north of Seattle . . . or so it was 40 years ago. Always there, under the power lines. My trippin' days are over. I did enough drugs in the twentieth century to last my time in the twenty-first.

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@Bread&Circuses I hear ya man, I really only smoke any more and even that's been severely curtailed by the need for gainful employment, sheesh.

Did plenty of playin around in the 70s with 2 caveats, I never tried heroin (scared I'd like it too much) and I never used a needle.

Neil Young's verses were taken to heart www.youtube.com/watch?v=49M10VIX...

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One of my favorite acoustic guitarists, Leo Kottke, teamed up with Mike Gordon, the founder of Pfish to create a great duo.


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One of the most sultry female voices I've ever heard and really hard to imagine she did this when she was just 17


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Ozark Mountain Daredevils

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@Bread&Circuses Great blast from the past!

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Eddie Van Halen was the coolest! smiley He and David Lee Roth inspired us stupid kids with this song....

We used to call the band "Van Whalen" just because how they cranked us all up

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ Never a bad time to lissen to some J Geils!

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Another ancient one, but the band was great!

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ Never quite figured out why Steve Perry didn do so well in his solo career smiley

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@1FRAC1 Thanks, didn have this vid in my Hoonigan/Gymkana series!

Perfect combination of wheeled fun and techno beats smiley

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Here's one from an artist that died waay too early. this particular version of "Rehab" was published the day Amy Winehouse died.



Really liked her style.

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Started my day with exercise,

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@PureVodka๐Ÿบ yep, is a keeper. smiley

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@1FRAC1 Awesome techno smiley

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Here's another one from the Bizarre folder

Unknown Hinson





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@1FRAC1 I've seen this same tune with a much better video. smiley

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I do have my soft moments occasionally.....

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ I was amazed when I heard they'd collaborated on this song and instantly enjoyed it.

They're both great singers in their own right but together the result was nothing short of phenomenal.

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@Bread&Circuses Even though Grand Funk was a big band in their time, due to the way the radio stations play music there's tons of great stuff they did that never got any airplay.

Sometimes I'll go on a GF binge and just let it roll!

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He had to be the best music guy/silly actor ever. Never fails to make me smile ๐Ÿ˜€

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ yeah, I've had this in my music video archive for some time now and love it.

I bet you'd enjoy perusing my collection Mousie.

With just under 10k music vids I enjoy playin VJ when I have friends over :>)

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I had friends from Cali, and that's how I really got to know who Skynyrd were.

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@Bread&Circuses Great choice indeed!

Ever seen the album version of their Fandango album?

The inside of the album has a panoramic pic of the stadium and crowd from their 1974 ZZ Top's First Annual Texas Size Rompin' Stompin' Barn Dance and Bar B Q concert at the football stadium at Texas University in Austin.

texasarchive.org/2013_02397

Somewhere in the middle of that pic are myself and the 2 buddies of mine that made the trek from Duncanville to Austin for the show.

It featured Bad Company featuring Jimmy Page, Santana, Joe Cocker and of course ZZ Top.

It was a wild concert to say the least but the Austin cops were cool and stayed under the bleachers and never entered the actual crowd inside the stadium.

There were even some enterprising souls who even set up an impromptu booth and were hawking their wares, yellin "Acid, Mescaline, right here!"
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Every now and again, I feel that horrid love feeling, long lost from the past ..... smiley

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ "Every time you go away, you take a piece of me with you."

So perfectly poignant, how could anyone with a romantic soul fail to appreciate those words?

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Having always been a huge fan of Jethro Tull I came across this interesting vid while cruisin around YT this morning.

It's a classical flutists/flute teachers reaction to a live Tull performance

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Here's a fun little ditty from another of my go-to bands 10cc


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I sing this to myself every Valentine's Day.... smiley

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ As many lines as I've penned over the years about Love I REALLY get your point!

My fave from J Geils is one I never heard on the radio, problee due to it's 9+ minute length, which is "Monkey Island" www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVZLqe77...

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stones 'Sweet Virginia','Love in a elevator' + 'dude look like a lady','Back In the Saddle' by aerosmith.

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@1FRAC1 A lil Sting right now "We Work the Black Seam"

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ Mousie, so glad to see you've joined the fun!

Really like the Wallflowers myself and ... did you know the lead singer's Bob Dylans son?

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@mrkim56 Yeah I'm a huge music nut... have won many radio contests that wanted the first couple of lyrics from their songs.

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ Used to have a friend we played an ongoing game with every time we were together to be the 1st to name the artist, song and album it came from as we listened to the radio.

To this day if I know a song I can usually recall at least the artist and song title within the 1st few bars of the song.

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@mrkim56 Yep exactly, my trivia is good too. And it's always a trip back in time to remember who and what you were doing back then.... smiley

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ I don't really listen to that much these days, but I have a huge vinyl collection from back in the day....

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@oldshuntr Not a huge collection but I do still have about 300 LPs, most of which are in pretty good shape.

It's on my to-do-list to eventually get a digital turntable and encode 'em all since there's tracks there I've never found in a digital format

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ Here's one from waaaay back in my memories of my druggie days in the 70s.

The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Faith Healer www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rQ6BBc8...

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@mrkim56 Never heard of these guys, but they kinda remind me of Kiss....

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One of my Faves https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=what+i%27m+doing+here

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I am listening to some Tom Petty at the moment!

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Woke up to David Gray wafting outta the Polks this mornin.

Slipped into some Deep Purple from the Machine Head album. "Space Truckin", "My Woman from Tokyo" and "Lazy" still sound as good as they did when I was in high school smiley

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@mrkim56 Love me everything by David Gray. This has to be a future classic though ...


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@๐Ÿ˜ทjust_box๐Ÿ˜ท David Gray is a great talent!

My fave of his is "We're Not Right" www.youtube.com/watch?v=73ikO2lH...

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I was lettin Rhythymbox run the gamut today and just scroll through the "C's" so I heard tunes from CW McCall, Cake, Calexico, Carly Simon, Carole King, Carpenters, Casandra Wilson, Cat Stevens, Cat Power, Cheap Trick, Cher and Chicago, Chickenfoot, Chris Isaac, Coco Montoya and now I'm on Coldplay.

Did I mention how much I LOVE music smiley

Share with your friends here what you like to listen to, no matter what, it's all good smiley

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@mrkim56 Casandra Wilson I'm not familiar with. Something to do this evening, apparently. Thanks for starting this, by the way. I've gotten introduced to a variety of new artists and music.

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@TRCIII She was on a blues compendium I came across put together by Martin Scorsese of all people.

More than welcome man and that's really the point for a variety of folks to share their tunes and by virtue of doin so we ALL find new stuff to appreciate.

'Sides, I love sharin my own faves and off beat collection too.

This fall I'm plannin a big birthday party bash where I'll be playin VJ in between the grazin and unabashed rum consumption. If you get a chance to slide outta town for the weekend, you as well as anyone else here would all be welcome to come have some fun!

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@mrkim56 There's some familiar names in there! Cat Stevens is my personal fave. Partied with Cheap Trick (from my hometown and my best man played with them in a previous band).

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@Paladin* When I started collectin music in my early teens I ordered a 45 of Cat Stevens "Wild World" from a lil store in my neighborhood.

He's one of the artists I have his complete catalogue of tunes:>)

Certainly envious you got to party w/Cheap Trick. "The Flame" is my favorite tune but every track on Live at Budokan is also high on my list of faves of all time

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sounds familiar?


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Variations on the theme of Black Coffee as approached by multiple artists

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamasso

The original (as I know it) by Humble Pie



By the inimitable Everlast



And last but not least Black Coffee in Bed by Squeeze


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An interesting lil tune I 1st saw on a Rock Video Monthly VHS tape from back in the 80s

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Here's one about one of the best music festivals ever. My 1st recording of this was on a 4 track player



Here's another link to a lot of the fine music from the festival


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@Bread&Circuses pure D soul baby, another great one smiley

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@mrkim56 Thank you. I could do this all day.

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@Bread&Circuses the highest compliment I was ever paid by a woman was that I made her feel like this song

www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEWuAcMW...

I miss that fine lil red head to this day ... alas t'wasn't meant to be smiley

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@Bread&Circuses Had to double check myself to make sure but that was one of Harry Nilssons hits.

Another great smiley blast from the past

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Emmylou Harris really gets me with this one

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Here's one of Leo Kottkes songs that displays what a melodic guitarist he is


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@Bread&Circuses Another pure classic!

Nothing's been made like this song in many years now smiley

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@Bread&Circuses One of the best song ever

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@mrkim56 I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know,I know, I know, I know, I know,I know, I know, I know, I know. smiley

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islandic group with a witty video


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@NoNeed2Argue that was cool! Always up for some "World" music smiley

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Trapped on a desert island with only 10 tunes to take with me, this would be one of 'em


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Here's an interesting internet find. Goes by Shakey Graves


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@mrkim56 You might appreciate "The Tallest Man on Earth" (Kristian Matsson) from Sweden.


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@๐Ÿ˜ทjust_box๐Ÿ˜ท that was certainly different! Thanks for sharin that one smiley

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... and may all your favorite bands stay together. (DAWES)


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@๐Ÿ˜ทjust_box๐Ÿ˜ท that's an interesting choice that seems to fit in perfectly with this thread. Nice choice dude smiley

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From a great movie by the same name


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Here's a pair of sisters that are amazing ; Larkin Poe


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Long, long before Tracy Chapman, there was Joan...


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@mrkim56 Kinda in the same vein and one of my all time faves Roberta Flack - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8_fLu2y...

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@๐Ÿ˜ทjust_box๐Ÿ˜ท Some awesome poetry in this one.

Wish I could write like that smiley

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Ahhh, a day off, Irish coffee and appropriately strange tunes for breakfast




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Home from work and just itchin for some Chris Isaak.

Nite ya'll!


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Ya'll know how partial/proud I am of my home state, well here's one I really like from Chris Rea


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Another reason I love The Eurythmics! Annie Lennox can ROCK

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Wanted something soft, light and melodic and this one just hit me right


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@1FRAC1 yep ELO did some great stuff.

My all time favorite of theirs is from back in the early 70s from their On the Third Day album www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMS5h8OX...

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This chic's gotta be channelin Janis Joplin in this song

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A truly simple and melodic guitar duo whose music reminds me a lot of the early Simon and Garfunkel stuff.

This one has a sweet injection of Feist that adds even more to an already great song


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My music tastes have kindly been described as "eclectic", and I have a sizable, wide-ranging collection (just under a terabyte).

Just this last hour, the playlist shows:

"Take It Easy There" - Kita Klane with The Filthy Pillows (ONE OF MY FAVS)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSS6Seff...

Blood & Wine - Dustin Kensrue (starts slow, picks up quick)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cdBXztx...

"Sticks & Stones" - The Pierces (AWESOMELY fun Music video!)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAU2Pf78...

"Comin' in Hot" - Coco Montoya (Seriously bluesy rockin' song - almost died listening to it one day)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIIYH9Bu...

"Desert Trash" - Mija
www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0YCdsSI...

"Nice To Meet Ya" - Niall Horan
www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7jeYJA9...

"Crazy Possessive" - Kaci Battaglia
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@TRCIII Backatcha dude, definitely some cool tracks in that mix and mostly unknowns on this side of the screen ... but not for long.

Thanks for the links

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This cat's as close to country as I can stand and this one should be our state song for sure


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From one of my favorite folders, Female Vocalists.

Really love the poetry in this one


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Buddy of mine sent me this one. Careful with those speakers!


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My tastes run pretty wide and to be honest, the more eclectic the better.

Here's a band my oldest daughter suggested I check out and I LOVE how bizarre, raucous and unusual it is.


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@mrkim56 OMGG that's freak! smiley
That has gotta be a double YIKES!

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@1FRAC1 If you think that's bizarre check out "Pitbull Terrier" or "Baby's On Fire".

Like I mentioned, the more eclectic the better smiley

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They still play this song regularly. Love that little man, belts out this song so well!

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saw this voice a couple of years ago - sublime


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@NoNeed2Argue All set to give it a listen but when I click on it seems like the vid is unavailable here smiley

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@mrkim56 what a pity maybe this one workks

www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNwfUanm...

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@NoNeed2Argue yep, that one came right on through.

Nice jazz indeed, thanks!

Ever lissened to Lauren Hill? Here's one of hers I really like

www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aDIqM0n...

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@Bread&Circuses Yep, used to always crank it up when this was fresh on the air ways back in the mid 70s!

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@Bread&Circuses Santana has such a catalogue of amazing music and most definitely one of the finest guitarists alive today smiley

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It takes balls to make a Stones song your own and improve it. Another awesome Canadian band.

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@๐“œ๐“ธ๐“พ๐“ผ๐“ฎ*๐Ÿญ I seldom like covers, but that one's pretty good!

Their vibe kinda reminds me of The Divinyls.

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A nephew suggest listening to Pisces by Jinjer. Kind of freaked me out at first because I wasn't expecting the vocal change but I like it. Listened to Teacher, Teacher by them also and discovered that I DO, in fact, enjoy a good blast beat.

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Just lettin the music player do its thing and woke up to Creams Disraeli Gears this mornin ... YES smiley

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