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Bump-n-Grind

what are you listening to right now ... part trois

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the other threads keep crashing firefox ,,,,

 

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hehehe

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This one reminds me of Voorheesville, New York, my hometown...

 

 

 

 

And this one reminds me of my sister...

 

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Holy shite!! Is this thread actually still going in its third iteration??!!

 

Well then, right now I'm listening to:

 

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Shared to me by a friend yesterday - catchy.

 

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in a steeleye span, fairport convention this morning. the cambridge folk scene was sooo much better than american folk. apart from dylan of course.

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Loving that, Shibby - trumpet concertos are my favourite - thank you for over an hour of entertainment (of which I'm only halfway through)

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I'm listening to this on vinyl I bought a few decades ago.

 

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Glad to see some banjah music in the mix. Here's some more pickin' n grinnin'...

 

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theres that guy who plays the bugle at the pa memorial at gettysburg. hes there every evening ive been there. or is it a sax? i think its a bugle.

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The best blues-rock guitarist you have probably never heard of, he has played with Joe Bonamassa among others, and he has been on the road for years. I caught him this summer at an outdoor venue in a little town in East Germany, talked to him after th egig and he is a great guy and autographed his CD for my wife and I, "To my new Polish and American friends". Anyway, ladies and gentlemen, without further adieu, I present the one, the only, Ryan McGarvey.

 

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never get tired of this band

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgoB6Gjkmvk

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Ticket to Ride was released 45 years ago today. A friend posted this almost a capella version elsewhere.

 

Catherine woulda loved this shit....

 

 

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Bon voyage Jack.. thanks for the tunes

 

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Good stuff - listened to Blue Skies earlier NOT Frank - I'll get the cite just Wow!

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Latest album, prerelease song....

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followed by this, too...

 

 

 

XTC

 

I saw this video at a record store when it first came out in 1978. This was almost 4 years before MTV even existed.

 

I thought it was the coolest thing ever.

 

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Latest album, prerelease song....

 

 

Talked to Brian Johnson for a few minutes on Saturday at the Classic 24 Hours of Daytona race. Said that they felt like the Back in Black days during the sessions,

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I quite like these guys, a little bit indie rock. The video was filmed where I live which makes it slightly more watchable for me.

 

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realley realley

OMG Snagster...now that one really brings back some memories! :)

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just heard these guys the other days on XM, somewhat hooked now. i was born in the wrong decade...

 

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I'll see your Wishbone Ash and raise you a few of Uriah Heaps.

 

 

 

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IN honor of the Birthday Boy, "Willin'" here's a different interpretation of the great Little Feat Song - Dixie Chicken

 

http://<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/LeKaMlna29E" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

 

 

and Time Loves a Hero

 

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FARK Why can't I ever get the video to Load????

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IN honor of the Birthday Boy, "Willin'" here's a different interpretation of the great Little Feat Song - Dixie Chicken

 

 

 

and Time Loves a Hero

 

 

Phische? :)

 

HB W!

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Check out the voice on this girl!

 

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These guys are amazingly diverse and Rachael has a commanding stage presence live. I'm predicting they'll hit big.

 

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Who knew Jerry could get funky?

 

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Who knew Jerry could get funky?

 

 

Pretty much everybody knows that! I can't even listen to the old Dead tunes any more. Because sad. Jerry, why'd ya have ta go and die for!?!

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These guys are amazingly diverse and Rachael has a commanding stage presence live. I'm predicting they'll hit big.

 

 

And here I was thinking no one had ever heard of them but the locals! Excellent.

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Back in the 70's I had me a beautiful young hippy chick that tried to convince me that this was cool. At that time all I wanted to listen to was Led Zep, Jethro Tull and Traffic.

 

She's long gone now and after all these years I believe she may have been right. Dan Hicks may just be the coolest man in the universe.

 

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Benjamin Clementine was born in England and moved to Paris when he was 19. He was a street performer and played in hotles and bars and was "discovered" by an agent. In this "cover" of the classic Jimi Hendrix tune, Clementine desconstructs the song and makes it his own. Without the bombast and frantic fretwork of Hendrix and later, Stevie Ray Von, Clementine with just his voice and a piano delivers a stunning, stripped down, haunting version of the song. It isn't so much of a cover as a brilliant reinterpretation of a classic rock song. With its stark honesty and raw emotion and the powerful piano, if this doesn't leave you sweating and your heart pounding by the time it is over, you just aren't human. His original songs are well worth a listen as well.

 

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I recently watched a show on James Brown. And it talked a little bit about all the songs of his that were sampled and used in Hip hop and pop music. So it got my interest up and I did a little research and wound up starting to look into more and more songs that have been sampled multiple times by various artists. So right now I am listening to The Funky Drummer by James Brown. Possibly the most influential song of the 80s and early 90s, sampled over 900 times. Many of the top rap acts from the 80s through the 2000s have sampled this song. Mostly the drum break at 5:33 on this clip.

 

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Put on your sailing shoes and give a listen to this:

 

 

I'm listening to it on my original owner 1978 Denon with a Blue Point cartridge, the album is a MFSL.

 

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An artsy look at my beloved.

 

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