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#9251 Posted:
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Live)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enuOArEfqGo
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#9252 Posted:
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Gene363 wrote:
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Live)

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

Good stuff. Thanks for sharing
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#9253 Posted:
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Posts: 60,686
Tyler Childers
Bottles & DJT Bibles
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#9254 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
Queens Of The Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf

"Song For The Dead"

https://youtu.be/eFg1AGuAGYA?si=e1uORbEkVT0G8TZ0
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#9255 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
Duff McKagan - Lighthouse

"Just Another Shakedown"

https://youtu.be/7fA-39MboxM?si=IVPWXS-J3_wiwqCV


This song sound more like an Izzy Stradlin sweetspot of GNR that made me like them. Glad to see Duff pick up where he left off.
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#9256 Posted:
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Posts: 371
Tedeschi Trucks Band - Revelator
Tiver Offline
#9257 Posted:
Joined: 08-22-2019
Posts: 371
Tab Benoit - Medicine
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#9258 Posted:
Joined: 05-16-2019
Posts: 67
Indelible Grace Music IV and VII
Palama Offline
#9259 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 23,879
Aerosmith - a comp CD of my favorites from 1973 to 1998
MaduroJorge Offline
#9260 Posted:
Joined: 03-27-2023
Posts: 140
Dire Straits Sultans of Swing Most amazing guitar licks
Palama Offline
#9261 Posted:
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Posts: 23,879
Joe Jackson - a comp CD of my favorites from 1979 to 1982.

Wifey is out so cranking up the stereo. To say that I play my music too loud is a slight understatement. Whistle

With the volume level high, you can really hear (…and feel…) Graham Maby’s bass. Lovin’ it!
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#9262 Posted:
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Posts: 55,647
Palama wrote:
Joe Jackson - a comp CD of my favorites from 1979 to 1982.

Wifey is out so cranking up the stereo. To say that I play my music too loud is a slight understatement. :-"

With the volume level high, you can really hear (…and feel…) Graham Maby’s bass. Lovin’ it!



YESSSSSS!!!

My musical journey started with a 6 string. I had to have it to learn to play what I thought was the best lead that was wasted of all-time. I found myself running over to turn the knob up to 11 to hear it fade out getting those last few seconds. it happens after that skiffle riff towards the 4:00 mark of this vid.

https://youtu.be/BLZZ8GWAk7E?si=ykl2tRSx-PWrg8Q9

Got close to it...then somewhere playing that I'd revert to the bassline. Everytime. Started learning KISS' "Detroit Rock City" (which is really 2 guitars a half step apart playing the same thing, classic KISS) playing Paul's part with the band I was with. I knew about 15 songs on guitar. The band left all the equipment at my house that day. Latchkey kids with no parents...we rocked the roof off until it was time to clean up the place...anyways just like the Aerosmith song...3/4's of the way if I wasn't playing with anyone else the bassline creep popped in. Went over to the bass in the corner...standing head and shoulders above the other guitars like "Here I am!". Started noodling around on it and was like "Man, those strings are HUGE". The action on this was real low so it wasn't that bad. Jammed my way into a few songs playing the bassline. Put on the records and was playing "Deuce", "The Jack", but when I got to "Is It My Body" I slid into that groove and the clouds parted. I wasn't playing the guitar again. So, years later New Wave happened and after taking a rash of crap from my entire Spanish class for liking "My Sharonna", I thought if that brand of music elicits that much hate from people I need to pay attention to it. Went to the record store and dived into the bargain bin...the staff knew me and I had the same weird tastes they had. The place was like the movie "High Fidelity". If I asked for a take...I was gonna get schooled...BUT...they knew that I knew and could prove I knew Music. So, one of them put Joe Jackson Band into my hands. Look Sharp!. THIS was the uplifting, dance around in the pogo while enjoying every second of it music that was New Wave. It was this album where I found Graham Maby and his playing exactly where I needed to be. Those slides, fills...starting a song out at 100 MPH while background singing one or 2 words. I couldn't believe that he NEVER was mention in the Greatest Bassist convos. It was my job from there on out to make sure others knew. Toss more age on the pile and I was in the working band stage. We had regular paying gigs where between all of our friends, families and co-workers could pull 200 people into a bar on a Fri-Sat night. Got tight by practicing our asses off. We started writing our own material and it wasn't like McCartney/Lennon...it was more like the Police or cats mating process. The littlest part became the biggest part. One sentence became the gist of the entire song. I really borrowed a lot of Maby's stylings when it came to bringing my stuff to the table and it stuck. Anyways, I'm rambling but you made me go back in time mentioning him. This is the song that made me take a step back and play it 3 times in a row.

Joe Jackson Band - Look Sharp!

"Got The Time"

https://youtu.be/XTIPCc1nKYQ?si=JMbqTayG7qkOir76


It finds Maby in one of his rowdiest forms but hanging in for the background vocals. I really missed this type of music as Joe evolved. He can't leave any venue until he hits the early stuff...and he KNOWS it.

Thanks, and ALWAYS play it loud.
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#9263 Posted:
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Posts: 2,485
Red hot French jazz quartet. Cyrus Chestnut. Diane Krall. Django Rienhart. Stephan Grapelli. It's a jass kind of day.
MidnightToker( • )( • ) Offline
#9264 Posted:
Joined: 10-20-2023
Posts: 1,006
Metallica Master of Puppets album
Palama Offline
#9265 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 23,879
DrMaddVibe wrote:
YESSSSSS!!!

My musical journey started with a 6 string. I had to have it to learn to play what I thought was the best lead that was wasted of all-time. I found myself running over to turn the knob up to 11 to hear it fade out getting those last few seconds. it happens after that skiffle riff towards the 4:00 mark of this vid.

https://youtu.be/BLZZ8GWAk7E?si=ykl2tRSx-PWrg8Q9

Got close to it...then somewhere playing that I'd revert to the bassline. Everytime. Started learning KISS' "Detroit Rock City" (which is really 2 guitars a half step apart playing the same thing, classic KISS) playing Paul's part with the band I was with. I knew about 15 songs on guitar. The band left all the equipment at my house that day. Latchkey kids with no parents...we rocked the roof off until it was time to clean up the place...anyways just like the Aerosmith song...3/4's of the way if I wasn't playing with anyone else the bassline creep popped in. Went over to the bass in the corner...standing head and shoulders above the other guitars like "Here I am!". Started noodling around on it and was like "Man, those strings are HUGE". The action on this was real low so it wasn't that bad. Jammed my way into a few songs playing the bassline. Put on the records and was playing "Deuce", "The Jack", but when I got to "Is It My Body" I slid into that groove and the clouds parted. I wasn't playing the guitar again. So, years later New Wave happened and after taking a rash of crap from my entire Spanish class for liking "My Sharonna", I thought if that brand of music elicits that much hate from people I need to pay attention to it. Went to the record store and dived into the bargain bin...the staff knew me and I had the same weird tastes they had. The place was like the movie "High Fidelity". If I asked for a take...I was gonna get schooled...BUT...they knew that I knew and could prove I knew Music. So, one of them put Joe Jackson Band into my hands. Look Sharp!. THIS was the uplifting, dance around in the pogo while enjoying every second of it music that was New Wave. It was this album where I found Graham Maby and his playing exactly where I needed to be. Those slides, fills...starting a song out at 100 MPH while background singing one or 2 words. I couldn't believe that he NEVER was mention in the Greatest Bassist convos. It was my job from there on out to make sure others knew. Toss more age on the pile and I was in the working band stage. We had regular paying gigs where between all of our friends, families and co-workers could pull 200 people into a bar on a Fri-Sat night. Got tight by practicing our asses off. We started writing our own material and it wasn't like McCartney/Lennon...it was more like the Police or cats mating process. The littlest part became the biggest part. One sentence became the gist of the entire song. I really borrowed a lot of Maby's stylings when it came to bringing my stuff to the table and it stuck. Anyways, I'm rambling but you made me go back in time mentioning him. This is the song that made me take a step back and play it 3 times in a row.

Joe Jackson Band - Look Sharp!

"Got The Time"

https://youtu.be/XTIPCc1nKYQ?si=JMbqTayG7qkOir76


It finds Maby in one of his rowdiest forms but hanging in for the background vocals. I really missed this type of music as Joe evolved. He can't leave any venue until he hits the early stuff...and he KNOWS it.

Thanks, and ALWAYS play it loud.


Totally cool!

Ramble on anytime Braddah!

I remember when "Look Sharp!" first came out. My co-worker and I looked at the cover (...which, as you probably know, Joe absolutely HATED!...) and thought, "We gotta put this guy on!" The rest, as they say, is history. I give JJ a lot of credit for delving into different genres but yah, those first 2 albums are still my favorite.

Love "Got the Time", the bass intro simply one of the best!

I really enjoy this song as the rhythm section cooks:

https://youtu.be/NQ3Hh9ULVXc?si=C80HbPw-qVl97A13
jeebling Offline
#9266 Posted:
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Speyside2 wrote:
Red hot French jazz quartet. Cyrus Chestnut. Diane Krall. Django Rienhart. Stephan Grapelli. It's a jass kind of day.


Now that’s my wheelhouse! I like the older stuff as well. Sarah Vaughan and Carmen McCrae come to mind.
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I’m listening to the thunderstorm and rain. It’s been rattling since 3:00 AM and now it’s 3:00 PM and still going strong. I loved the weather in San Diego and I miss the weather and the landscape of Southern California. But I did miss these Texas thunderstorms. They are a unique example of the handiwork of The Creator.
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#9268 Posted:
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The Reverend Horton Heat
Spend a Night in the Box
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#9269 Posted:
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Posts: 55,647
Pepper - No Shame

"No Control"

https://youtu.be/8g09JyE0IB0?si=lyNodnxMuzKQQkdJ
DrMaddVibe Offline
#9270 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
Humble Pie - Performance - Rockin' The Fillmore: The Complete Recordings

"I Don't Need No Doctor"

https://youtu.be/tJ_UvW4zJbQ?si=TXfwdvidSWvsQOPv
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#9271 Posted:
Joined: 03-27-2023
Posts: 140
Pete Fountain/Al Hirt Encore finale Wolf Trap 1979 YouTube

Ck it out!!
Speyside2 Online
#9272 Posted:
Joined: 11-11-2021
Posts: 2,485
Miles Davis, Sketches of Spain.
Palama Offline
#9273 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 23,879
Van Morrison - June 21, 1987 - Glastonbury Festival, Somerset, UK
DrMaddVibe Offline
#9274 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
R.E.M. - New Adventures In Hi-Fi

"The Wake-Up Bomb"

https://youtu.be/NymAujWp8uY?si=WdTTt2q1Dg0jLuos
Palama Offline
#9275 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 23,879
Santana - April 28, 2000 - Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

Trying to clean up some loose ends and ran across this recording. Eric Clapton plays on 5 songs.

DrMaddVibe Offline
#9276 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
The Cosmic Dead - Infinite Peaks

"Space Mountain (Part I: Desert Djilo)"

https://youtu.be/_zAoXNVLOlA?si=MKNW9mYhy-QxH798
DrMaddVibe Offline
#9277 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Freak Out!

"Hungry Freaks, Daddy"

https://youtu.be/IDE9MC3jnl0?si=MaMLXFkPDmMwbl2-


"Hungry Freaks, Daddy"

Mister America
Walk on by
Your schools that do not teach
Mister America
Walk on by
The minds that won't be reached
Mister America
Try to hide
The emptiness that's you inside
When once you find that the way you lied
And all the corny tricks you tried
Will not forestall the rising tide of
Hungry freaks, Daddy....

They won't go
For no more
Great mid-western hardware store
Philosophy that turns away
From those who aren't afraid to say
What's on their minds
(The left-behinds of the Great Society)

Hungry freaks, Daddy....

Mister America
Walk on by
Your supermarket dream
Mister America
Walk on by
The liquor store supreme
Mister America
Try to hide
The product of your savage pride
The useful minds that it denied
The day you shrugged and stepped aside
You saw their clothes and then you cried:
THOSE HUNGRY FREAKS, DADDY!

They won't go
For no more
Great mid-western hardware store
Philosophy that turns away
From those who aren't afraid to say
What's on their minds
(The left-behinds of the Great Society)


Frank wrote this back in 1966...could've been yesterday. He would've been a great voice of reason during the plandemic.
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#9278 Posted:
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Jethro Tull - Benefit

"Teacher"

https://youtu.be/ZehVZNgMNu4?si=gOBH8ST1vvuE1hSv
Palama Offline
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A disc of my favorite Byrds and Buffalo Springfield songs...including the extended version of "Bluebird."
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#9280 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
Nazz - Nazz Nazz

"Rain Rider"

https://youtu.be/pHIiQzPqwkU?si=9k4aVQRFGlgkG4BE
Palama Offline
#9281 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 23,879
Allman Brothers - Live from A&R Studios, NYC, NY
August 26, 1971
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#9282 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
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Pearl Jam - Dark Matter

"React, Respond"

https://youtu.be/_00AOwmVhHY?si=vtHnAVGm-iY5mSOs
DrMaddVibe Offline
#9283 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 55,647
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown - Pressure

"Pressure"

https://youtu.be/UtuVZr1gzFA?si=7L0El-mNQYBM0Dts
Palama Offline
#9284 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
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Sons of Hawai’i - “Red” album
An all-time classic. Many point to this album as the start of the Hawaiian Renaissance.

Loggins & Messina - The Best of Friends
One of my favorite groups from 1972 to 1975. They loved Hawaii and played here quite frequently. Probably saw them 3 times during their height.
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Feel - Find a Love

"Find a Love"

https://youtu.be/9eiR4CYMUno?si=3EDDUp4G-weQU5Fg
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#9286 Posted:
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Posts: 28,842
Bee Gees, Saturday Night Fever
Palama Offline
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delta1 wrote:
Bee Gees, Saturday Night Fever


Say it ain’t so Joe (Al)! Gonz

I remember when the album came out and all you seemingly heard on the radio were cuts from the soundtrack. Hawaii girl, Yvonne Elliman, fresh from touring with Eric Clapton, had a big hit, “If I Can’t Have You”, that was played ad nauseum. But man, I HATED disco so never seriously listened to the album. Despite my deep distain for it, gosh, did that album sell! Seemed like every 2 out of three customers that walked into our store, walked out with that album.

Three or 4 years ago I finally broke down and watched the whole movie. The opening scene with Travolta walking down the street with “Stayin’ Alive” is, imho, one of the best opening scenes of all-time. His swagger along with the beat is perfect!

https://youtu.be/HVEqy6K18Yo
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#9288 Posted:
Joined: 10-21-2000
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Walter Trout - Positively Beale St.

"Hardtime Blues"

https://youtu.be/lSpVvQR5Bpk?si=BkmjbdJfbuL_ZHpd
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Joined: 08-04-2015
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WILLIE NELSON (yes, I’m yelling)
91 y/o today
delta1 Offline
#9290 Posted:
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Posts: 28,842
Palama wrote:
Say it ain’t so Joe (Al)! Gonz

I remember when the album came out and all you seemingly heard on the radio were cuts from the soundtrack. Hawaii girl, Yvonne Elliman, fresh from touring with Eric Clapton, had a big hit, “If I Can’t Have You”, that was played ad nauseum. But man, I HATED disco so never seriously listened to the album. Despite my deep distain for it, gosh, did that album sell! Seemed like every 2 out of three customers that walked into our store, walked out with that album.

Three or 4 years ago I finally broke down and watched the whole movie. The opening scene with Travolta walking down the street with “Stayin’ Alive” is, imho, one of the best opening scenes of all-time. His swagger along with the beat is perfect!

https://youtu.be/HVEqy6K18Yo



I was channel surfing and caught a PBS special about the BeeGees...they were so popular and successful that some folks in Chicago in 1979 organized an anti disco (BeeGee) event, "Disco Demolition Night". Observers noticed that the BeeGees weren't the only vinyls that were trashed that night...many of the others were records by Black artists, so the event may've been racially motivated. Most performers of the disco genre were Black.

So, in a gesture of protest against a protest, albeit 45 years late, I dug out the Saturday Night Fever album, one of my all-time faves, and played it loud.
Palama Offline
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delta1 wrote:
I was channel surfing and caught a PBS special about the BeeGees...they were so popular and successful that some folks in Chicago in 1979 organized an anti disco (BeeGee) event, "Disco Demolition Night". Observers noticed that the BeeGees weren't the only vinyls that were trashed that night...many of the others were records by Black artists, so the event may've been racially motivated. Most performers of the disco genre were Black.

So, in a gesture of protest against a protest, albeit 45 years late, I dug out the Saturday Night Fever album, one of my all-time faves, and played it loud.


Good ol’ Bill Veeck!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disco_Demolition_Night

Delta - your “protest against a protest” is kinda, sorta a fine example of civil disobedience!

As much as I hate disco, there is one song that still gets my foot tapping:

https://youtu.be/SFiv9M577a4

But I guess I must be racist ‘cause the members of the group all happen to be white! d'oh!
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Posts: 55,647
Palama wrote:
As much as I hate disco, there is one song that still gets my foot tapping:



One???


https://youtu.be/yEbaeLv-aOo?si=AkEn0DXXvhLuv4hD


https://youtu.be/9UaJAnnipkY?si=vceAW9rp4CL8FmdG


https://youtu.be/xz4YQZ01Q_A?si=0k39NjpId4Kvmpcr


https://youtu.be/j3bxUlgFTxs?si=pNp8IiP5zCJxc1WJ


https://youtu.be/XKuJUxGntRI?si=TVIDTbeHBSvLYb36



C'mon...git yer boogie shoes on. There was more than one!
Palama Offline
#9293 Posted:
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
One???


https://youtu.be/yEbaeLv-aOo?si=AkEn0DXXvhLuv4hD


https://youtu.be/9UaJAnnipkY?si=vceAW9rp4CL8FmdG


https://youtu.be/xz4YQZ01Q_A?si=0k39NjpId4Kvmpcr


https://youtu.be/j3bxUlgFTxs?si=pNp8IiP5zCJxc1WJ


https://youtu.be/XKuJUxGntRI?si=TVIDTbeHBSvLYb36



C'mon...git yer boogie shoes on. There was more than one!


Hahahaha, no! But of those songs, mebbe only "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty" but since you made me relive those dark times, if I hadda pick another disco song, it would be:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHEsE9yN2CY

Or even:

https://youtu.be/q3svW8PM_jc?si=hbe0Q55HRGPfR4qZ

Thanks? Think




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#9294 Posted:
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Applause
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RIP Duane Eddy (86) R&R Hall Of Fame 1994

He was my teenage idol and a local boy when he recorded Rebel Rouser. His twangy guitar became popular and influenced many others such as the Beatles the Boss and John Fogerty. I met him at the premier of the D!ck Clark movie Because They're Young when he did the theme song. (long story)
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Chicago - Chicago Transit Authority

"South California Purples"

https://youtu.be/CM_3KrNOZxM?si=EQyvAOXIMT2vHilv
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#9297 Posted:
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Posts: 28,842
Palama wrote:
Hahahaha, no! But of those songs, mebbe only "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty" but since you made me relive those dark times, if I hadda pick another disco song, it would be:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHEsE9yN2CY

Or even:

https://youtu.be/q3svW8PM_jc?si=hbe0Q55HRGPfR4qZ

Thanks? Think







KC and the Sunshine Band were more disco than Wild Cherry, who seemed to generate their own unique funk/rock genre. But of all the white disco acts, ABBA got closest to the pinnacle occupied by the Bee Gees.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFrGuyw1V8s


can't forget Blondie...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGU_4-5RaxU




tip of the hat to DMV, for the nudge to play Chicago Transit Authority... later tonight with a cigar and beverage...been awhile...it's one of those albums where once you put it on, you have to listen to the whole thing...
Palama Offline
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delta1 wrote:
KC and the Sunshine Band were more disco than Wild Cherry, who seemed to generate their own unique funk/rock genre. But of all the white disco acts, ABBA got closest to the pinnacle occupied by the Bee Gees.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFrGuyw1V8s


can't forget Blondie...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGU_4-5RaxU




tip of the hat to DMV, for the nudge to play Chicago Transit Authority... later tonight with a cigar and beverage...been awhile...it's one of those albums where once you put it on, you have to listen to the whole thing...


Loved that album too! Bought my copy in 1969 from the Downtown Singer (…yes, the sewing machine company…) store for the odd price of $3.37.

Edit: Since my CD copy is in storage, decided to listen to the album via Spotify. Didn’t know there was a 50th anniversary remixed version so went with that version. The problem with streaming apps like Spotify is that the frequency response sucks so I can’t really tell if the 50th anniversary version is worth getting. Goggled for reviews of the 2019 release and apparently it’s not worth getting. There’s also a 2002 remastered version that may be sonically better but for some reason, some songs are shortened by a few seconds. Guess I’ll just stick to my older CD, whatever limitations it may have.

“The whole world is watching! The whole world is watching!”
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delta1 wrote:
tip of the hat to DMV, for the nudge to play Chicago Transit Authority... later tonight with a cigar and beverage...been awhile...it's one of those albums where once you put it on, you have to listen to the whole thing...


Applause


The next track..."I'm A Man"...yeah...I did the same thing last night too!
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Eric Sardinas - Midnight Junction

"Planks of Pine"

https://youtu.be/iHRQuxBlcls?si=g4KcYHzl1BUiTiGb
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