what are people listening to today?

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  1. applekat

    applekat Well-Known Member

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  2. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    Flying Burrito Brothers - Gilded Palace of Sin
    Calexico - Live at the Great American Music Hall 1 Dec 2002
    Little Feat - Waiting For Columbus (live, in the must-have expanded edition)
    Burning Spear - Garvey's Ghost (dub version of "Marcus Garvey")
    Ry Cooder - Chicken Skin Music
     
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  3. nedsurf

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    Simon and Garfunkel. Yes,I am old,but had a good afternoon body surfing session. Tequila and beer with the sunset.
     
  4. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    I guess that makes me old too, but I saw S&G about 15 years ago and it was f*cking awesome. I'm 52 and--because of my parents--I've been listening to them since I was a todder. Luckily for me, same with the Beatles, the Stones, Vivaldi, Beethoven, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, etc. Very fortunate to have such great sounds in my young ears.

    Today, I had another (probably #286) listen to Meat Puppets II. Man, that album is so brilliant. A taste:

     
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  6. jbb

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    Maybe Harvey and Kevin and James and Brett and Donald and so many more can learn something from Picasso

     
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  7. houseofsuffering

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    FFO: Blue Cheer, riffs, bong resin, etc. Song kicks around 1:30 and then slows to a crawl at 3:50. I miss seeing this band live so much.
     
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    Tedeschi Trucks Band in about 15 minutes 1109172015.jpg
     

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