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    No One Knows by Queens of the Stone Age. Love Josh Homme's thick guitar sound.
    A celebration for the cat's birthday.

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    Happy Lego day!

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    3. Take Five from Time Out by The Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1959
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    Quote Originally Posted by Percival Sweetwater View Post
    No One Knows by Queens of the Stone Age. Love Josh Homme's thick guitar sound.
    A celebration for the cat's birthday.

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    Happy Lego day!
    Well, not so much a 'What are you listening to right now', so much as a 'What would I be listening to were I to be at home'! I bought a couple of items at Record Store Day: Iggy Pop's Post Pop Depression Live at The Albert Hall, which features the above mentioned Josh Homme and is a triple LP. There's a download redeem code but the website seems pretty much broken, so I'll have to wait a day or so to play it! I also picked up The Durutti Column's Short Stories for Pauline. This did have a usable download code, which oddly required I email it in to receive a download link for 320k mp3 files with no tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimChances View Post
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    3. Take Five from Time Out by The Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1959
    A classic. I could listen to Time Out once a week, forever! I was lucky enough to see Dave Brubeck live in concert in Toronto about 15 years ago.

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Sargent View Post
    A classic. I could listen to Time Out once a week, forever! I was lucky enough to see Dave Brubeck live in concert in Toronto about 15 years ago.

    Mike
    This reminds me of something I heard David Letterman say one time. As they were coming back from commercial, you could hear Paul and the band just ending a performance of 'Layla'. Letterman's comment: If someone held a gun to my head and said "You have to listen to 'Layla' twelve times a day, every day for the rest of your life", my answer would be "OK. Sure".

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    Art Blakey - Live in '65

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    Neil Young - On The Beach [24/88] (1974; NYA Official Release Series 06, 2014)

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