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

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The clarittey of Cal wille bracke youre hartte                                             :)

 

 

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1977....holy crap.

 

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1 hour ago, hobot said:

1977....holy crap.

 

Ha! Watching this here, Snaggy's dancing cat is right on the beat!

 

Caught one of Jet Black's last gigs. Amazing.

Saw them again last year with the permanent replacement. Still knocking it out the park. Always on the road.

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Can't help it! I am just a tragic blues harp player, and these are just some of my heroes.....

Hope you enjoy, I just chill out playing up up river ....to the trees, birds ..and fish..?  And the bride!

Cheers,

Jim B)

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38 minutes ago, JimL said:

Can't help it! I am just a tragic blues harp player, and these are just some of my heroes.....

Hope you enjoy, I just chill out playing up up river ....to the trees, birds ..and fish..?  And the bride!

Cheers,

Jim B)

 

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25 minutes ago, Mid said:

 

There's a few of us about......all ya gotta do is add ...some rum...............!

Magic effort for Macca and more power to maintaining LIVE MUSIC SHOWS!!!!!

Cheers Jim ;)

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Can't say I have any Justin Timberlake on any of my Playslists..... but will be adding this one:

 

 

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On 5/9/2018 at 12:51 PM, IrieMon said:

Can't say I have any Justin Timberlake on any of my Playslists..... but will be adding this one:

 

 

with Chris Stapleton, that's interesting.

can't say i have any JT in my collection but the guy is fucking talented.  I love his penchant for R&B and the Big Band.  I actually caught his SNL performance of Mirrors a few years ago and really the best televised musical performance that i can remember.  4 horns, 4 backup singers and about 10 7 musicians up on the riser...that right there is  a Big Band

 

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Chessie - thanks for posting that All-Star jam..... but I have to say it was disheartening to see Taj Mahal having to stay seated.    Saw him at the Birchmere (near DC) in the early 90s... one man acoustical show and he tore the place up.   I swear there is not an instrument Taj has not mastered.    He has been around forever and influenced so many.... little trivia fact, Taj's "Take a Giant Step" was covered by the one and only Monkees.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Went to a Romanian Food Festival last week and they had an awesome playlist going before the bands started.    Funk/rock/jazz fusion that I'm trying to track down (with little success of finding the actual tunes).     However, digging up older classics and discovering "new" ones.    Glad to see Candy Dulfer is still rocking the sax:

 

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On 5/21/2018 at 11:52 AM, IrieMon said:

Chessie - thanks for posting that All-Star jam..... but I have to say it was disheartening to see Taj Mahal having to stay seated.    Saw him at the Birchmere (near DC) in the early 90s... one man acoustical show and he tore the place up.   I swear there is not an instrument Taj has not mastered.    He has been around forever and influenced so many.... little trivia fact, Taj's "Take a Giant Step" was covered by the one and only Monkees.  

I agree - and the Birchmere?  You near NoVa?  It's one of my favorite concert venues.  Saw Tommy Emmanuel perform there - and it was fabulous! 

 

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Used to live in Naptown until a few months back.... when I saw Taj, I lived in Laurel.   Worked with some blues fans who were on first-name basis with Taj, Pinetop Perkins, Hubert Sumlin, James Cotton and many other Blind Pig artists.   Pinetop Perkins, at 70 yrs old, drunk me under the table after one of his shows.    I think that was the 8x10 in Charm City (details are still fuzzy) :wacko:.   He was a great guy....  miss him dearly.

Tommy Emmanuel must have been amazing !

 

 

 

 

 

 

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There are a few bands which you rarely hear good covers of.... Beatles, Led Zep and Hendrix come to mind.   But this guy gets 3 out of 4 Snaggies for Hey Joe:

 

 

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Spanish Moon - great call, always one of my favorite Feat tunes.     Nice find of Stromberg at the Capitol Theatre.... Youtube is filled with hidden nuggets from that venue.

 

 

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I’m guessing that they perform “Time is on my Side” with some trepidation these days. 

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Oldere brorthere wase bigge EC fan, heared it evreynite, northing cautte my attensione licke thisse songue;

enjoye     :)

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Dug up some of my old CDs... just don't have the heart to trash them yet.   Fond memories of using this CD to test out reference systems....  play this with a 12" sub and it rattles the walls (in a good way) ;)

 

 

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This one makes me laugh! Watch this kid livin' the dream!!

 

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For some reason I was in an 80s mood this morn...  and didn't realize Aimee Mann has a successful folk career still going strong.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Diana Krall,  All for you, A dedication to the Nat King Cole trio

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58 minutes ago, d'ranger said:

I know it must be a repeat but so what. (and fwiw I would turn my life upside down to spend time with Diana Krall.  that voice.....)

https://youtu.be/DDOIL5OqvYs.

well, don't let me post the video just the link

d' the link took me to some blues by Roy Buchanan.....which I enjoyed......but no Diana........

 

Maybe you meant..............

 

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1 minute ago, Point Break said:

d' the link took me to some blues by Roy Buchanan.....which I enjoyed......but no Diana........

oh, haha, started listening to the Diana clip that Keith posted when I came here before posting the Buchanan clip.  Her voice would just make me do some really bad things, or good things, or let's face it she could make me do just about anything.  First time I ever heard Roy was live many many years ago and was stunned.  He was erratic yet could be brilliant.  The man could make a Telecaster talk and sing.    And don't get me started on Diana Krall,  I have to be vewwy vewwy careful when my better half is around. 

Did I ever mention I had one of those attention uh, you know, so I was sailing and .....

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3 minutes ago, d'ranger said:

oh, haha, started listening to the Diana clip that Keith posted when I came here before posting the Buchanan clip.  Her voice would just make me do some really bad things, or good things, or let's face it she could make me do just about anything.  First time I ever heard Roy was live many many years ago and was stunned.  He was erratic yet could be brilliant.  The man could make a Telecaster talk and sing.    And don't get me started on Diana Krall,  I have to be vewwy vewwy careful when my better half is around. 

Did I ever mention I had one of those attention uh, you know, so I was sailing and .....

:lol:

Now me....I got a Tom Petty marathon going................

 

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Petty is my all time fav for marathon cross country drives.  Since, you know, waiting is the hardest part.  So f'ning sad when we lose someone like that. 

 

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24 minutes ago, d'ranger said:

Petty is my all time fav for marathon cross country drives.  Since, you know, waiting is the hardest part.  So f'ning sad when we lose someone like that. 

 

Absolutely awful.

On a slight (okay large wander).......Kenny Chesney's new album has a really good song (at least I like it). Brainless drinking in the water music.

 

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But this is my favorite Chesney song....at least it is lately.............

 

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noice, so very noice. And now I am down the rabbit hole.  these threads are just so cool for getting me to just relax and listen.

 

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A new to me super group

The Best

John Entwhistle-Bass Guitar

Keith Emerson-Keyboards

Jeff "Skunk" Baxter-Guitar

Joe Walsh-Guitar

 

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12 hours ago, d'ranger said:

oh, haha, started listening to the Diana clip that Keith posted when I came here before posting the Buchanan clip.  Her voice would just make me do some really bad things, or good things, or let's face it she could make me do just about anything.  First time I ever heard Roy was live many many years ago and was stunned.  He was erratic yet could be brilliant.  The man could make a Telecaster talk and sing.    And don't get me started on Diana Krall,  I have to be vewwy vewwy careful when my better half is around. 

Did I ever mention I had one of those attention uh, you know, so I was sailing and .....

I've got the Diana Krall problem too. I think it's pretty common.

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Heads Up Australia ...NEW MUSIC :)

 

 

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Damn, but we're all lucky too have been around for all this amazing music, when it was released.......:D :)

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Drove 1,000 miles over the past few days (family reunion) and re-discovered some "oldies" while blasting down I-95 at 80mph (yeah... I was the slow one).

If James Brown was the godfather of soul.... I'm thinking Robert Palmer was the godfather of rock...   and the big-hairs from Duran Duran are at their best on this track:

 

And another overlooked band from the 80s:

 

 

 

 

 

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41 years ago.....41.          shit.

 

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High School band;

 

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7 hours ago, hobot said:

High School band;

 

kids got a pretty good voice.  as to the stapelton original, Stapelton has a bit of natural sibilance in his voice as does sean connery...i can't listen to  this song without hearing james bond sing "shhmooth as tenesshe wisshkey"  

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Just scored tix for a Sat night show in a small, local venue... she should be selling out arenas:

 

 

 

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