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Old 01-02-2020, 06:11 AM
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The worlds most hated band.

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Right now:

Miles Davis: Kind of Blue (from 1959)

The 2015 Sony/Columbia reissue on vinyl - stereo, very clean signal, low noise ratio, marvellous hi fidelity
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Scofield.
Country for Old Men, and Hudson.
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Old 01-02-2020, 07:27 PM
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Right now, Heidevolk, a folk metal band from the Netherlands. I don't understand the words but the music is great.
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Now:

Thelonious Monk Quartet: Misterioso

Thelonious Monk, piano
Johnny Griffin, tenor sax
Ahmed Abdul Malik, bass
Roy Haynes, drums

from: Five Spot Cafe, New York City, August 1958
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The past few days , ive been going threw a '70's thing - listening to Neil young
never realized how easy it is to work his early stuff out -simple songs that were catchy with driving beats - stuff like Cinnamon Girl

also put his greatest hits on my mp3 player
and got the book for that CD -very interesting
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Mandolin Orange's Blindfaller is on heavy rotation right now. "Wildfire" is my go-to track from that record.



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Mandolin Orange's Blindfaller is on heavy rotation right now. "Wildfire" is my go-to track from that record.



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That’s classic - I’ll be looking for hard copies on vinyl of their latest two or three releases -
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Old 01-03-2020, 04:27 PM
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Evans Blue, Jenn Johnson, and a little Led Zeppelin.
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Evans Blue, Jenn Johnson, and a little Led Zeppelin.
That should be a Whole Lotta Led Zeppelin
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Fire updates - TV while I still have power and battery powered radio as back-up.
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The worlds most hated band.
I thought that was Nickelback...? (maybe that's just a Canadian thing)

Having just bought a harp guitar, I've been listening to a LOT of harp guitarists lately. Alex Anderson is one of my favourites:



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I thought that was Nickelback...? (maybe that's just a Canadian thing)

Having just bought a harp guitar, I've been listening to a LOT of harp guitarists lately. Alex Anderson is one of my favourites:



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Most of my listening is through Pandora lately. I have a bunch of different “stations”.
I recently found out that you could alter each station with a “discover” mode that adds in folks in the same general style that you may have never heard of.
Interesting...

But a couple of days ago I turned on my “John Stewart” channel and found a real nostalgia trip. Stewart of course was a superb songwriter, and added in were Lightfoot, Dylan, CSN, PPM, Croce, many more.
On the way to work this morning, they played Stewart’s “Mother Country” which is still a powerful tune.
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