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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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    I was lucky enough to catch Albert and Peter Asher at a small venue here in Birmingham (UK) last November and picked up this DVD.

    I was able to thank them both personally for the parts they played in two concerts that I really enjoyed in the Washington DC area in 1985

    The Everly Brothers at Wolf Trap Farm Park, VA (Albert was lead guitar in the Everly's Band) and Linda Ronstadt and Nelson Riddle at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (Peter Asher was Linda's producer for many years including for this concert).

    I'd never seen Albert play solo before and was really impressed, not only by his legendary guitar playing, but also his keyboard playing and vocals too.

    The DVD is well produced and includes a plethora of (mostly) old rockers with many on-screen messages from the likes of James Burton, Emmylou Harris and lots of others.
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    Following an excellent suggestion from user iPhone, I'm now listening to Keb' Mo' - Just Like You




    There are two albums on the CD, the above one and Suitcase
    Great music and well recorded indeed.
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    Earl Hines - Piano Genius At Work

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