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    today we're moving on to some wyclef...





    and a little of this for good measure:


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    No music for me...just steel on stone..

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    Jazz or Classical. I like music in the background, but don't want to be distracted by lyrics.

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    The Babies tonight
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    Bang on a Can All-Stars; Music for Airports. I'll be making lots of mud today.
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    reel big fish has been on the playlist lately, with some lonely island mixed in for the humor

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    was rocking out to some led zeppelin earlier when I was sharpening my gyuto.

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    My playlist list tonight includes little feet, allman bros, Jj Cale, the band, Otis redding, Stevie Wonder and lots of Waylon. Then I switched to a book by William S Burroughs. I found I can usually finish a book a week between sharpening and driving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckTheButcher View Post
    My playlist list tonight includes little feet, allman bros, Jj Cale, the band, Otis redding, Stevie Wonder and lots of Waylon. Then I switched to a book by William S Burroughs. I found I can usually finish a book a week between sharpening and driving.
    I'm assuming audiobooks...

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