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    Smile Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    LP:

    New toay in the mail:

    Metallica - Black Box 12" 45rpm 200g vinyl I have to change motors on my TT to play this

    Big Blue Ball - produced by Peter Gabriel - anyone interested in whole world music should give this a listen it grows on you.

    Velvet Underground - Andy Worhol Yellow Banana album - new pressing on yellow vinyl doesn't sound as good as the original but it is pretty

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    Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    Foo Fighters - Everlong
    Linkin Park - In the End
    A Perfect Circle - Judith
    Stone Sour - Through Glass
    3 Doors Down - Duck and Run
    Rage Against the Machine - Bulls on Parade
    Tool- Stinkfist
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    Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    Quote Originally Posted by LCN View Post
    Didn't even know about it . What tunes should I run a search for ?
    Standouts include, Crystal Baller, Faster, Blinded and Can't Get Away. Only Blinded made the radio. Two weeks after the CD was released, the record company went under and there was no money to push the album.

    Forget Myself, Company, Palm Reader and My Hit and Run are also more than worthy of listening to. To me the whole album is great. It might have been a stretch to say it's better than their Self-Titled, but it's definitely on par. I know I listen to this one more than I do Self-Titled.

    Like most 3EB, it's filled with ocean, beach and sexual references. Stephen Jenkins is a very odd guy, but one of my favorite lyricist from my generation.
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    Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    at this exact moment I'm listening to 650 am WSM on my clock radio. When I tire of that, I'll generally listen to Sirius online and go back and forth between 62 - The Roadhouse, 64 - Willie's Place, 23 - Hair Nation, or 24 - Lithium

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    currently listening to XM 7 (seventys) XM 8 ( Awesome 80's) XM 55 Margarittaville.......
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    TooCool Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    CD's for today

    Coconut Telegraph - Jimmy Buffett
    I'm With You - Delbert McClinton
    Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon
    The Complete Tom Jones - Tom Jones
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    Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    CD:

    Alice In Chains - The Essential Alice In Chains both discs

    Dream Theater Images & Words

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    The Everly Brothers - Heartaches 'n' Harmonies
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    Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    Quote Originally Posted by bayoutider View Post
    LP:

    New toay in the mail:

    Metallica - Black Box 12" 45rpm 200g vinyl I have to change motors on my TT to play this

    Big Blue Ball - produced by Peter Gabriel - anyone interested in whole world music should give this a listen it grows on you.

    Velvet Underground - Andy Worhol Yellow Banana album - new pressing on yellow vinyl doesn't sound as good as the original but it is pretty
    Were you ever into Peter Gabriel during his time with Genesis (1969-1975)?

    Probably the best prog rock from that period. That was before Phil Collins eventually succeeded in turning that band into a sappy pop lounge act.

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    Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    Quote Originally Posted by It's On A Slab View Post
    Were you ever into Peter Gabriel during his time with Genesis (1969-1975)?

    Probably the best prog rock from that period. That was before Phil Collins eventually succeeded in turning that band into a sappy pop lounge act.
    Yes I was. That was back in Peter Gabriel's stranger than he is now days. I have a couple of the older albums and was going to play one today. The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway and Trick of the Tail.

    I'll probably spin some Cat Stevens today as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bayoutider View Post

    I'll probably spin some Cat Stevens today as well.
    I love Cat. Great stuff.
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    TooCool Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    Today's CD -

    Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here


    On repeat.
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    Yusef Islam is his new handle . I used to strum "Wild One" from time to time .
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    TooCool Re: What are you listening to (Music)

    Quote Originally Posted by derek4tide View Post
    CD's for today

    Coconut Telegraph - Jimmy Buffett
    I'm With You - Delbert McClinton
    Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon
    The Complete Tom Jones - Tom Jones
    Just saw Delbert McClinton in concert last weekend here in Florence Al awesome he gets better with age.....
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