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Palama Offline
#5201 Posted:
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Bloomfield, Kooper & Stills - Super Session

Although Bloomfield and Stills never played together on this album, it was, nonetheless, a great release.

81F / 84% RH / 4 mph - sheesh, the humidity and lack of a breeze makes it tough to sit outside and smoke
JadeRose Offline
#5202 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Slight fix



Great frickin’ album! Bought this as an import back-in-the-day. Love his balls-to-the-wall versions of “Pipeline” and “Great Big Kiss.”







Hmmmm....I have no idea why I wrote "Lonely". I can see the album cover from where I'm sitting.
Palama Offline
#5203 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
Hmmmm....I have no idea why I wrote "Lonely". I can see the album cover from where I'm sitting.


Hahaha! That's pretty funny. Laugh
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#5204 Posted:
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Got a Fuente Hemingway Classic lined up so gonna be out in the garage a little longer than usual.

Eric Clapton - Latin Blood - Stadio Centenario, Montevideo, Uruguay, Oct. 3, 1990
A comp disc I call "Put the Metal to the Pedal" - with Johnny Thunder's "Pipeline" included
dstieger Offline
#5205 Posted:
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Smithereens - Green Thoughts
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#5206 Posted:
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dstieger wrote:
Smithereens - Green Thoughts



Man....IDK....I still like it ok, but starting to second guess my taste from 30 years ago. I always held Smithereens (and Goo Goo Dolls, Posies and maybe a couple few others like Squeeze) way above stuff later, that I considered totally mindless like Gin Blossoms, Matchbox, Ben Folds, Counting Crows, etc.

But, while Green Thoughts is a decent listen, I'm not so sure it wasn't the secretly evil stepdad of some serious crap
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#5207 Posted:
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Wood Brothers
Palama Offline
#5208 Posted:
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Joe Jackson - Stompin’ at the Savoy - August 7, 1981, Savoy Club, NY, NY

“Jumpin’ Jive” tour, good recorded FM broadcast

80F / 87% RH / 8 mph - total contrast to yesterday when it rained almost all day

Palama Offline
#5209 Posted:
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The O’Jays - Survival

Super underrated 1975 release with two great songs that many people (...other than maybe Jespear...) never heard: “Where Did We Go Wrong” and “Never Break Us Up.”

78F / 92% RH / 5 mph - overcast, sometimes rainy day
Palama Offline
#5210 Posted:
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Jaco Pastorius Trio - October 31, 1986 - The Dock Restaurant, Tiburon, CA

Sigh! The talented but troubled genius....

78F / 86% RH / 5 mph - off and on rain
Palama Offline
#5211 Posted:
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Allman Brothers - At Fillmore East

A classic that I never get tired listening to.
frankj1 Offline
#5212 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Allman Brothers - At Fillmore East

A classic that I never get tired listening to.

so fine.
dstieger Offline
#5213 Posted:
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Chicago VIII

I know it was never highly regarded, but its got a special place in my heart. One of the first 'new release' albums I ever bought. Had the cardinal on the cover...and the t-shirt iron-on inside. Still had some of the old funk....some decent rocking....and none of the yet-to-come saccharine crap* that came with X and turned me off them for good.

America needs you
Harry Truman
Harry could you please come home

Edit.....*Forgot about 'Never Been in Love Before'.....guess I should have seen it coming....at least it tries a couple time sig changes and almost gets decent....but in way way hindsight, it makes "If you leave me know..." much less of a surprise....disappointing still...but it was inevitable, I guess....RIP Terry Kath
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L83kotQdhKs&list=PLCPxMEgymbXVK_ZnEkTDGFiSUQ8liIWR3&index=2
dstieger Offline
#5214 Posted:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uAUoz7jimg

For you young whipper snappers who may not know Terry Kath....the man Hendrix called 'the greatest guitar player in the universe'
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#5215 Posted:
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dstieger wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uAUoz7jimg

For you young whipper snappers who may not know Terry Kath....the man Hendrix called 'the greatest guitar player in the universe'


...that he was. Sure laid down some mean licks, still listen to them.

That said, listening to some Roy Hargrove on SXM Real Jazz this afternoon. Died over the weekend at age 49, far too soon...
Palama Offline
#5216 Posted:
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dstieger wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uAUoz7jimg

For you young whipper snappers who may not know Terry Kath....the man Hendrix called 'the greatest guitar player in the universe'


Terry could play! The CTA album is one of my favorites, still remember buying it at the Downtown Singer (...yes, the sewing machine guys...) for $3.37 - an odd price that I still, for some reason, can recall.
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#5217 Posted:
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Rod “The Mod” Stewart - Never a Dull Moment

Hands down my favorite RS solo album.

Absolutely love the line from “True Blue” - “...he’s got a lot more money than sense...”

79F / 78% RH / 9 mph - sunny day, rainy night
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#5218 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Terry could play! The CTA album is one of my favorites, still remember buying it at the Downtown Singer (...yes, the sewing machine guys...) for $3.37 - an odd price that I still, for some reason, can recall.

the whole world is watching
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#5219 Posted:
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I was so sheltered....that chant meant nothing to me when I spun that album.....likewise Dialogue I,II....I loved the music but was completely oblivious to the messages
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#5220 Posted:
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I was waiting to get my draft lottery number...
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#5221 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
I was waiting to get my draft lottery number...


I imagine it was spooky times for 18 to 26 years old guys. By the time I turned 18, the war was de-escalating and the draft ended in June so it wasn’t so nervewracking to become draft eligible.
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#5222 Posted:
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they stopped calling numbahs my year (born 1953).
I had #121.
CTA was part of the fabric of the times.
Palama Offline
#5223 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
they stopped calling numbahs my year (born 1953).
I had #121.
CTA was part of the fabric of the times.


I’d put Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On” in there too.
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#5224 Posted:
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yes.
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#5225 Posted:
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Billy Joel Piano Man
Palama Offline
#5226 Posted:
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Chicago Transit Authority - Chicago Transit Authority

Hard to believe this album is almost 50 years old!
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#5227 Posted:
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Alberta Hunter - from Jazz at the Smithsonian in 1981

Two-fisted Double-Jointed Rough & Ready Man

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfggPdr4lNk&index=1&list=RDvfggPdr4lNk


My Handy Man
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLoPKQZRjOQ
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#5228 Posted:
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Beckley Lamm Wilson - Like a Brother

Last recorded album by Carl Wilson before his untimely death.

75F / 59% RH / 14 mph - a bit chilly, especially after battling a cold for most of the week
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Smashing Pumpkins- Machina II/The Friends & Enemies of Modern Music

Took some Palama-like digital know how to make myself this CD back around 2000....this album was only pressed in 25 copies with instructions to get it out on the web. The band sort of Napstered their own label. Rough around the edges, but good.
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^^^ Hahaha! ^^^

Little Feat - Waiting For Columbus

Nothing like some live LF. Saw them on New Years Day 1972 at the Diamond Head Music Festival and then July 1978 when Jaco Pastorius joined in for the encore ("Teenage Nervous Breakdown").

74F / 73% RH / 8 mph - mostly cool but overcast day
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#5231 Posted:
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Palama wrote:

Little Feat - Waiting For Columbus








In my opinion, one of, if not the best, live rock albums ever recorded.
Palama Offline
#5232 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
In my opinion, one of, if not the best, live rock albums ever recorded.


ThumpUp Right there with you.

At different times, WFC has been on my Top 5 / 10 Deserted Island lists.
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#5233 Posted:
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Santana - comp CD spanning 1969 to 1999

Heavy on the first four albums, my favorite releases.

77F / 78% RH / 13 mph - mostly nice day
Palama Offline
#5234 Posted:
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Damn double post. d'oh!
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#5235 Posted:
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Los Lobos - February 27, 2005 - Craterian Ginger Rogers Theatre, Medford, OR

First 3 songs performed without David Hidalgo and Louie Perez due to a late airplane flight.

78F / 73% RH / 6 mph - another nice but cooler day
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#5236 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
In my opinion, one of, if not the best, live rock albums ever recorded.


Waiting for Columbus
Good stuff, for sure !

THIS is one of MY favorite "live" albums . . .
Elvin Bishop - "Raisin' Hell"
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Jackson Browne - Jackson Browne - Revisiting the Albums Live, Vol. 1

Collection of interviews, song intros and live performances, in sequence, of JB’s first album.

77F / 76% RH / very calm evening
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#5238 Posted:
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Link Wray and the raymen.
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#5239 Posted:
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Jackson Browne - For Everyman - Revisiting the Albums Live, Vol. 2

Collection of interviews, song intros and live performances, in sequence, of JB’s second album.

78F / 84% RH / 7 mph - light showers this evening
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#5240 Posted:
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Allman Brothers - February 11, 1972 - Macon City Auditorium, Macon, GA

One of the few performances by the 5-man version of the band after Duane’s tragic death.

75F / 88% RH / 13 mph - overcast all day, light showers
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#5241 Posted:
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In honor of his passing, I spent the evening last night listening to Roy Clark on YouTube .
The man was absolutely phenomenal !
RIP, Big Guy !
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#5242 Posted:
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Foghat - Boogie Motel
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#5243 Posted:
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freak... Mellow
JadeRose Offline
#5244 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
I'm listening to my Boy George albums. Next up.....SHOWTUNES!!





Queer
DrafterX Offline
#5245 Posted:
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you wish... Not talking
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#5246 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
Foghat - Boogie Motel


I was just listening to the Rock and Roll Outlaws album the other day

Trouble in My Way-Foghat

https://youtu.be/zsXB92pv4aY
Palama Offline
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Al Green - comp disc of my favorites from The Rev

77F / 76% RH / 12 mph - been cool all day, drizzly at times
jespear Offline
#5248 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
Queer


Garbage ?
jespear Offline
#5249 Posted:
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Not bad for a fat girl . . .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSwoM7WIy5M
JadeRose Offline
#5250 Posted:
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jespear wrote:
Not bad for a fat girl . . .








This is exactly what teedubbya told me about Drafter.
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