What are we listening to lately?

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  1. Mar 9, 2018 #151

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    Rediscovering Eric Clapton lately let me to Freddie King, who I somehow never knew about before, but this is a wonderful album:

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    the Clash - The Story of the Clash, Vol 1, disc 2 (White Man in Hammersmith Palais, London's Burning, etc.)

    Geeze, probably been 10 years since I've played this. But it is time I start introducing my 5-year-old to some real music :cool2:



    (Only made possible by mommy being away all day)
     
  9. Apr 14, 2018 #159

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    I've been listening to a lot of Tame Impala for some reason
     
  10. Apr 14, 2018 #160

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    Hell yeah! They never get old.
     
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    been back on a motown kick myself lately... helped me blast through 3 thinning and refinishing jobs so far this morning (on to number 4 now with Mary Wells up next on my playlist)
     
  12. Apr 14, 2018 #162

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    Here’s a cool little explanation of some of the ways Jon Bonham was such a phenomenal drummer. I pretty much listen to zeppelin for the drum parts.
    https://youtu.be/UvOm2oZRQIk

    Also, I can’t wait for the new death grips to drop.
     
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    Speaking of phenomenal drumming, I was just watching/listening to this for the millionth time. This crazy man wrote an instrumental in 19/8 called 19 Days. His countdown at the start is 7+7+5=19. Usually stupidly odd time signatures sound jerky and un-musical, but damn is this liquid drumming.

     
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    How is the sound quality? I have LC, Shea Stadium and On Broadway but I'm a live music junkie;).
     
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    Record Store Day this year had just too many must have albums...taking my time this week to go through them all and give a thorough listen to each. In no particular order:

    Johnny Cash; At Folsom 50th anniversary box set
    The Doors; Matrix II live
    The Police; Roxanne 7” single
    Quicksand; Triptych Continuum
    Bruce Springsteen; Greatest Hits
    Led Zeppelin; Friends/ Rock & Roll 7”
    Powell Peralta; Search for Animal Chin soundtrack
    Eric Clapton; Greatest Hits

    Anyone else get some great new albums on RSD ‘18?
     
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    I don’t have the energy to go through each page, but is anyone listening to Jason Isbell? Songwriter out of Alabama. If your into some sad deep music with a southern touch, it’s so good.
     
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    Because of the Times by Kings of Leon. Powerful vocals and a well produced album. I especially love the first song 'Knocked Up', it's over 7 mins and I wish I had that courage.
     
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    You might be too young for that my g 😆😉
     
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    this reminds me of my skateboarding youth!

    I wonder if I still have the coordination :running:
     
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    Kings of Leon - Because of the Times.
     
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    Guy J. Amazing musician from Israel.
     
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    Damn, what an amazing track. Haven't heard anything this good in a long time.
     
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    Early Dylan Freewheeling and Blonde on Blonde
     
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    Father John Misty
     
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    Saw them live last week, it was a blast.

     

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