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  • Kymba334
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    Jethro Tull - A Passion Play

    https://youtu.be/4BqugCZVtXA
    Last edited by Kymba334; 04-04-2021, 03:16 AM.

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  • Pietro_Mercurios
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    I went to see, The Song Remains the Same, when it came out and enjoyed it, although I found it weirdly self indulgent. Particularly the gangster segment featuring their manager (Richard Cole), like an out-take from Bugsy Malone, which was made around the same time. I also went through a phase of listening to them on my mp3 player, while I worked, until their fixation with hobbits meant I just couldn't take them seriously any more. Much prefer the earlier, fresher, sounds of the Yardbirds, these days.

    The Who are still one of my all time favourite bands.

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  • EverKing
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    Well, I said I would try more Led Zeppelin to counter my Who love and so I have but only in bits and spurts. While I enjoy individual songs of theirs I find 5-6 minutes to be my Zeppelin limit, any more and Plant's voice starts to make my ears ring until I would prefer an icepick to his shrill. It's strange because I really like Plant's singing so long as I limit it to one song at a time. As soon as there is a pause between songs I completely loose the tone and when the next song kicks in my ears start to ring no matter how softly I have it playing. The way I have been most successful approaching a Zeppelin album is by listening to one song per day or at the very least breaking up the sound with something less shrill (Eric Burdon woks well) followed by various sounds more soothing and/or diverse for a few hours before tackling the next Zep track.

    Maybe I'm strange, maybe my ears are broken from too much loud music and shooting in my youth, maybe it's just some strange manifestation of my SPD; regardless, while I appreciate their talent and artistry, try as I might, I cannot fall in love with Zep the way so many others have--certainly not to the level of religious obsession they seem to attract.

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  • Kymba334
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    Laurie Anderson - Mister Heartbreak

    Track 3. Gravity's Angel

    https://youtu.be/CqUg6RL-1Sc?list=PL...d7WDVYur73veGM
    Last edited by Kymba334; 03-09-2021, 08:22 PM.

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  • Doc
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    Originally posted by In_Loos_Ptokai View Post
    Robert Randolph and The Family Band Jimi Hendrix Tribute

    The second instrument I ever learned was the pedal steel guitar, but never like that!!! Wow!!!
    I saw a show of theirs about 10 years ago. The energy was electric and of course the music was amazing. I can only imagine the experience is getting better.

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  • In_Loos_Ptokai
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    Robert Randolph and The Family Band Jimi Hendrix Tribute

    The second instrument I ever learned was the pedal steel guitar, but never like that!!! Wow!!!

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  • Pietro_Mercurios
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    Having a folk afternoon...
    The Best of the Bothy Band
    Alan Stivell in Dublin 26 and 27 November (am Baile atha cliath yn nulyn)
    De Danann All Stars; The Star Spangled Molly
    Lindisfarne: The Fog on the Tyne


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  • zlogdan
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    I have just played



    And now I am listening to



    Next, it will be likely :


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  • Kevin McCabe
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    Welcome to the Weekend from the Left Coast!
    Right now, Hawkwind - It is the Business of the Future to be Dangerous

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  • Kymba334
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    Roxy Music

    Track 3. If There is Something

    https://youtu.be/YKcbIpXuduE?list=PLC5C06E85499082F2

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  • zilch
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    Bomba Estéreo - El Alma y el Cuerpo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6SZuAcqeW8
    Love her microphone technique, so simple, so effective

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  • Kymba334
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    Steely Dan - Can't Buy A Thrill

    Track 9. Change of The Guard

    https://youtu.be/roLIYw8Ov_I?list=OL...mZw6kE3pHlyGoc

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  • Heresiologist
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    Ella Fitzgerald - The Lost Berlin Tapes

    Linton Kwesi Johnson - Fite Dem Back

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