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dstieger Offline
#3851 Posted:
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Eve 6 - Eve 6
JoeKillerKeenan Offline
#3852 Posted:
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If I Can't- 50 cent
Hank_The_Tank Online
#3853 Posted:
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Brandon Heath mix on Youtube
dstieger Offline
#3854 Posted:
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Rush - Feedback

The exception to the rule that I won't listen to anything after Hemispheres. Feedback is one of the best cover albums ever. I do wish some of the songs were a little less faithful to the originals, but it is a very fine tribute to an incredible, developmental era in rock
frankj1 Offline
#3855 Posted:
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The Gaslight Anthem~ The '59 Sound
Choooch Offline
#3856 Posted:
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Posts: 168
Hank 3 - Straight to Hell.

drnos Offline
#3857 Posted:
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Mad Dogs and Englishmen
RMAN4443 Offline
#3858 Posted:
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Climax Blues Band-Sav'ry Gravy


down low and dirty off the album Gold Plated

https://youtu.be/tE74mR3Pv8g
Palama Offline
#3859 Posted:
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Joe Bonamassa - Live at The Royal Albert Hall

Fo' sure he knows his way around a fretboard.

75 F / 68% RH / 6 mph
jespear Offline
#3860 Posted:
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Sat back, put on the headphones, lit up an AF Anejo 46, and watched this . . .

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

SRV and Albert King jammin'.

Your welcome. Sarcasm

Palama Offline
#3861 Posted:
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Happy 72nd Birthday to Eric Clapton! ThumpUp

Still my all-time favorite rock guitarist. Applause
frankj1 Offline
#3862 Posted:
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Posts: 16,115
Ray Davies~ Working Man's Cafe 2008
tonygraz Offline
#3863 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
Posts: 8,441
Link Wray and the Wraymen- Rumble
RMAN4443 Offline
#3864 Posted:
Joined: 09-29-2016
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John Hiatt-Master of Disaster

https://youtu.be/JIAOUFKY4jI



From the Master of Disaster cd
RMAN4443 Offline
#3865 Posted:
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John Hiatt-Rock Back Billy

Love Hiatt's voice, I don't think anyone else could sing these songs better........though many others have made his songs hits, I don't think any sound as good as when he does them himself



https://youtu.be/a2-GxqgsgPs?list=PLi9czCsjvb2_5rxiWVLdzkpwP5Dmm0A_A

From the Stolen Moments cd

Plowboy221 Offline
#3866 Posted:
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Spotify, From Beginning to End: Johnny Cash
Palama Offline
#3867 Posted:
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Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy

Still my favorite Zevon album.

77 F / 63% RH / 7 mph - nice and sunny today, almost perfect night for a smoke out in the garage
jespear Offline
#3868 Posted:
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Plowboy221 wrote:
Spotify, From Beginning to End: Johnny Cash


Best $10/month out of my budget !
( The FREE version ain't half bad either, for all you cheap bastids. )

Listening to The Seigal-Schwall Band "SLEEPY HOLLOW".
tailgater Offline
#3869 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
John Hiatt-Rock Back Billy

Love Hiatt's voice, I don't think anyone else could sing these songs better........though many others have made his songs hits, I don't think any sound as good as when he does them himself



https://youtu.be/a2-GxqgsgPs?list=PLi9czCsjvb2_5rxiWVLdzkpwP5Dmm0A_A

From the Stolen Moments cd



Saw him a couple years ago down here at the Cape Cod Melody Tent.
Great place to go, pretty small and intimate.
Hiatt was phenomenal.
RMAN4443 Offline
#3870 Posted:
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tailgater wrote:
Saw him a couple years ago down here at the Cape Cod Melody Tent.
Great place to go, pretty small and intimate.
Hiatt was phenomenal.


Yeah, I've seen him several times Solo and with the Goners.......he was great every time. I saw him 3 weeks after 9/11 at the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord NH....another small intimate venue(about 900 seats), and he was solo.......He performed for more than 3 hours......great show and very Patriotic American. He uses his voice as an instrument.
I've been to Cape Cod Melody Tent many times.......South Shore Music Circus in Cohassett is another good venue.

Here is one of my personal favorite Hiatt tunes........he uses his voice to great effect here......my wife hates this but......

John Hiatt-My Thunderbird https://youtu.be/eO0u6Pb0Xog
frankj1 Offline
#3871 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Yeah, I've seen him several times Solo and with the Goners.......he was great every time. I saw him 3 weeks after 9/11 at the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord NH....another small intimate venue(about 900 seats), and he was solo.......He performed for more than 3 hours......great show and very Patriotic American. He uses his voice as an instrument.
I've been to Cape Cod Melody Tent many times.......South Shore Music Circus in Cohassett is another good venue.

Here is one of my personal favorite Hiatt tunes........he uses his voice to great effect here......my wife hates this but......

John Hiatt-My Thunderbird https://youtu.be/eO0u6Pb0Xog

also a fan, seen him a few times. Caught a solo show in Cohasset a few summers ago, it was great, very intimate setting that night.
Plowboy221 Offline
#3872 Posted:
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jespear wrote:
Best $10/month out of my budget !
( The FREE version ain't half bad either, for all you cheap bastids. )

Listening to The Seigal-Schwall Band "SLEEPY HOLLOW".



I'm one of those cheap bastids Smile
Palama Offline
#3873 Posted:
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Plowboy221 wrote:
I'm one of those cheap bastids Smile


Me too. Cool

The Persuasions - Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop

For me, acapella as it should be. If they're not the best, then certainly in the conversation.

77 F / 61% RH / 14 mph with gusts up to 26. Yard work in the morning, granddaughter and granddog in the afternoon till after dinner.
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#3874 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Me too. Cool

The Persuasions - Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop

For me, acapella as it should be. If they're not the best, then certainly in the conversation.

77 F / 61% RH / 14 mph with gusts up to 26. Yard work in the morning, granddaughter and granddog in the afternoon till after dinner.

Lindsey!!! sweet for you.
Palama Offline
#3875 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Lindsey!!! sweet for you.


For sure! ThumpUp
jespear Offline
#3876 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Me too. Cool

The Persuasions - Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop
Could not find it on YouTube, but if I'm not mistaken, this is a later incarnation of the band, with just a few of the original members. Still good, but not nearly as good as the original band.

For me, acapella as it should be. If they're not the best, then certainly in the conversation.

IMHO, NOBODY even comes close to their harmonies.

My wife and I have seen them DOZENS of times over the years.
We even got to go back stage at a small club in Philly to meet them. They treated us like we were life long friends and even bought us drinks while we chatted for about a half hour. "Our song" is actually their rendition of "Looking for an Echo".
It still gives me chills when I think of the statement that was printed on every one of their albums, which was ...
"This album contains no instrument other than the human voice."

They were my favorite band, until Sonia Dada came along and dethroned them.
77 F / 61% RH / 14 mph with gusts up to 26. Yard work in the morning, granddaughter and granddog in the afternoon till after dinner.
dstieger Offline
#3877 Posted:
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Quicksilver Anthology - Getting my 'hippie' on this weekend..."Whatcha gonna do about me?"
frankj1 Offline
#3878 Posted:
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Lou Reed~ Magic & Loss
RMAN4443 Offline
#3879 Posted:
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Listening to Little Steven's Underground Garage, and like the flashback I was promised way back when.....Bang........here it is from outta nowhere

David Johansen-Funky But Chic https://youtu.be/al0hg1iLcLY

Not the greatest song ever, but some good time rock and roll that brought back some good memories
DrMaddVibe Offline
#3880 Posted:
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dstieger wrote:
Quicksilver Anthology - Getting my 'hippie' on this weekend..."Whatcha gonna do about me?"



ThumpUp
Palama Offline
#3881 Posted:
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dstieger wrote:
Quicksilver Anthology - Getting my 'hippie' on this weekend..."Whatcha gonna do about me?"


I remember when they were the middle group with New Riders of the Purple Sage and the Grateful Dead in 1970. Believe they opened their set with "Fresh Air" and Dino Valenti actually reached down into the crowd, grabbed an offered doobie and took a big hit. Cool times! Herfing
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
ThumpUp

Yea, Quicksilver Messenger Nicky Hopkins "Edward The Mad Shirt Grinder"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHbA7D60XkI&index=1&list=PLpFMmyUt3WUXrTl7FKpM7hJ2D14IutxDl
Palama Offline
#3883 Posted:
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Todd Rundgren - A Wizard / A True Star

Love the medley of I'm So Proud / Ooh Baby Baby / La-la Means I Love You / Cool Jerk

76 F / 61% RH / 13 mph
frankj1 Offline
#3884 Posted:
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Rundgren- under rated
frankj1 Offline
#3885 Posted:
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Pete Droge~ Spacey & Shakin" 1998
Plowboy221 Offline
#3886 Posted:
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Spotify, Hiram Hank
DrMaddVibe Offline
#3887 Posted:
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The Benturas - Monta and Roll

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Of3fkIeFHL0
tailgater Offline
#3888 Posted:
Joined: 06-01-2000
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I'm a Puddles junkie.

But this one is mind boggling.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bfPwtUTP4k


The man in black meets Tommy.


RMAN4443 Offline
#3889 Posted:
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Robin Trower-Too Rolling Stoned

https://youtu.be/OT21jl9Afbc
frankj1 Offline
#3890 Posted:
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Masters of Reality~ Sunrise on the Sufferbus 1993

man, does that guy sound like Jack Bruce.
Cream-like band anyway, Ginger Baker is on this album
mkurt Offline
#3891 Posted:
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Serezha Mestniy!


JadeRose Offline
#3892 Posted:
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All over the place today......Morning was Johnny Thunders "So Alone", then I flipped over to Joe Cocker "Joe Cocker" then I annoyed my coworkers with **** 80's one hit wonders all afternoon.
DrMaddVibe Offline
#3893 Posted:
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Infectious Grooves - "The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move...It's the Infectious Grooves"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4eqC3DX_oE
frankj1 Offline
#3894 Posted:
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The Byrds~ Boxed Set 1965-1990
Palama Offline
#3895 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
The Byrds~ Boxed Set 1965-1990


I have this...somewhere in storage. Cursing
Palama Offline
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John McLaughlin & The One Truth Band - Electric Dreams

I like certain periods of JM, this is one of them.

76 F / 61% RH / 6 mph - cloudy but no rain day
tailgater Offline
#3897 Posted:
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Peter Wold solo stuff.

Going to Woofa Goofa tomorrow night in Beverly.

Get to hear some great music. AND pass the sign that says "Entering Beverly".

Winning!


frankj1 Offline
#3898 Posted:
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tailgater wrote:
Peter Wold solo stuff.

Going to Woofa Goofa tomorrow night in Beverly.

Get to hear some great music. AND pass the sign that says "Entering Beverly".

Winning!



you should call Fiddler...
fiddler898 Offline
#3899 Posted:
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^^^ If you Massholes haven't heard "Entering Marion" by John Forster yet, give it a listen. It'll give you a whole new perspective on those cute little signs.
tailgater Offline
#3900 Posted:
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fiddler898 wrote:
^^^ If you Massholes haven't heard "Entering Marion" by John Forster yet, give it a listen. It'll give you a whole new perspective on those cute little signs.


Heard it?
I practically wrote it.

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