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4 February 2014
10.57pm
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Alphabetical order again. 

Was: 
All Revved Up (Demo) – The Smithereens 
All Right Now – Free 
All She Wrote – Ray Davies 
All Shook Up – Elvis Presley 
All Shook Up (Get Back sessions, January 3, 1969) – The Beatles 
All Summer Long – The Beach Boys 
All The Love In The World – Nine Inch Nails 
All The Love In The World – Vika Yermolyeva (vkgoeswild) 
All The Love In The World (Live rehearsal, Los Angeles, California, 2005) – Nine Inch Nails 
All The Pigs, All Lined Up – Nine Inch Nails 
All The Same – The Smithereens 
All The Time – Tom Waits 
All Things Must Pass – George Harrison 
All Things Must Pass (Demo) – The Beatles (technically George Harrison) 
All Things Must Pass (Get Back sessions, January 3, 1969) – The Beatles 
All Things Must Pass (Get Back sessions, January 7, 1969) – The Beatles 
All Things Must Pass (Get Back sessions, unidentified) – The Beatles 
All This Is That – The Beach Boys 
All Time Low – Nine Inch Nails 
All Time Low (Todd Rundgren Mix) – Nine Inch Nails 
All Together Now – The Beatles 

All You Need Is Love – The Beatles

 

Currently: 
 All You Need Is Love (LOVE Mix) – The Beatles

Up next:  
All You Need Is Love (Unknown Rough Take from Anthology video) – The Beatles 
All You Need Is Love (Take 58 Acetate) – The Beatles 
All You Need Is Love ("Our World" TV Broadcast) – The Beatles 
All Your Love – John Mayall's Bluesbreakers 
Alligator – Paul McCartney 
Alma Mater – Alice Cooper

Almost Blue – Elvis Costello

 

I have to admit, this current list doesn't make my musical tastes seem very diverse.

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5 February 2014
12.01am
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Never heard it before. Reminds of U2 a little.

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5 February 2014
12.05am
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You found Radiohead! They're fantastic, Kid A is one of my favorite albums. 

And speaking of U2, they had a charity track for RED, Invisible, which was free on iTunes during the Super Bowl, with someone donating $1 for every download (I forget who). It's pretty good. Don't know if it's still free

Edit: It's not free anymore, and it doesn't say who was donating when it was, but it's available for the standard song price of $1.29, and all proceeds go to AIDS research (which is what RED is). It's a good song, so I'd recommend getting it even if charity wasn't involved. 

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5 February 2014
12.19am
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Over the past few days, I've been listening to the 2009 Beatles mono mixes from the awesome "The Beatles in Mono" box set I received in the mail not too long ago.  In addition, because I had gotten several iTunes cards for Christmas, I purchased a lot of songs by other artists like The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Simon and Garfunkel, The Who, and some solo Beatle songs.  Also, I have a few CDs, besides the Beatles mono remasters, including Paul McCartney's "New", "Let It Be…Naked", and the Rolling Stones compilation "GRRR!".

5 February 2014
1.11pm
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"It's called Sex Panther by Odeon. It's illegal in nine countries. Yep, it's made with bits of real panther, so you know it's good."

5 February 2014
3.24pm
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All Josh Ritter albums in shuffel mode. Such a great storyteller.

5 February 2014
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John Lennon, "Mother."  This week I've been realizing that this actually is / could be a country song.

"This Beatles talk bores me to death." --John Lennon

5 February 2014
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Been on an 80s kick, and at work I've been listening to Sirius' 80s on 8, and at home I'm alternating between KROQ Roq of the 80s station and my Pandora Old Skool R&B station.

parlance

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5 February 2014
10.57pm
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I'm listening to 60's on 6, the Cousin Brucie radio show, on Sirius XM. Since mid December, when I had my rental car, listening to Cousin Brucie has become a staple of my Wednesday and Saturday evenings/nights. I called in a few weeks ago to request "Twist And Shout", Beatles version of course;however, they said they had too many Beatles request. I settled with the Isely Brothers version. Not the same I know, but hey The Beatles liked, so I'm cool with it.  Both versions are great with me. a-hard-days-night-george-10heart

5 February 2014
11.00pm
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Ipod in alphabetical order again.

Was:
Alone At Midnight – The Smithereens
Alone At Midnight (Live, 1986) – The Smithereens
Alone In Kyoto – Air
Already Dead – Beck
Alright For Now – Tom Petty
Altar Boy – Tom Waits
Although The Sun Is Shining – Fleetwood Mac
Always Leaving – Cowboy Mouth
Always On My Mind – Elvis Presley
Always With Me, Always With You – Joe Satriani

Am:
Am I Ever Gonna Change? – Extreme

Up next:
Am I Going Insane (Radio) – Black Sabbath
Amazing – Aerosmith
Amazing Grace – Rory Gallagher

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5 February 2014
11.15pm
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Sky999 said
I'm listening to 60's on 6, the Cousin Brucie radio show, on Sirius XM. Since mid December, when I had my rental car, listening to Cousin Brucie has become a staple of my Wednesday and Saturday evenings/nights. I called in a few weeks ago to request "Twist And Shout", Beatles version of course;however, they said they had too many Beatles request. I settled with the Isely Brothers version. Not the same I know, but hey The Beatles liked, so I'm cool with it.  Both versions are great with me.

 

Sky, have you tried out the Deep Tracks or Classic Rock stations? We listen to them at work and they play a lot of Beatles.

parlance

Beware of sadness. It can hit you. It can hurt you. Make you sore and what is more, that is not what you are here for. - George

Check out my fan video for Paul's song "Appreciate" at YouTube and Vimeo.

5 February 2014
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parlance said

Sky999 said I'm listening to 60's on 6, the Cousin Brucie radio show, on Sirius XM. Since mid December, when I had my rental car, listening to Cousin Brucie has become a staple of my Wednesday and Saturday evenings/nights. I called in a few weeks ago to request "Twist And Shout", Beatles version of course;however, they said they had too many Beatles request. I settled with the Isely Brothers version. Not the same I know, but hey The Beatles liked, so I'm cool with it.  Both versions are great with me.

 
Sky, have you tried out the Deep Tracks or Classic Rock stations? We listen to them at work and they play a lot of Beatles.
parlance

I've listened to Classic Vinyl,Classic Rewind, Underground, 70s, 80s, and 90s a bit, but I haven't tried Deep Tracks yet. Thanks for the recommendation. :D 

5 February 2014
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Sky999 said

I've listened to Classic Vinyl,Classic Rewind, Underground, 70s, 80s, and 90s a bit, but I haven't tried Deep Tracks yet. Thanks for the recommendation. :D 

You're welcome. Deep Tracks is definitely my favorite. One of my coworkers loves Garage Rock. I don't care for it as much, but one day they did play "On My Way to Work."

parlance

Beware of sadness. It can hit you. It can hurt you. Make you sore and what is more, that is not what you are here for. - George

Check out my fan video for Paul's song "Appreciate" at YouTube and Vimeo.

5 February 2014
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parlance said

Sky999 said I've listened to Classic Vinyl,Classic Rewind, Underground, 70s, 80s, and 90s a bit, but I haven't tried Deep Tracks yet. Thanks for the recommendation. :D 

You're welcome. Deep Tracks is definitely my favorite. One of my coworkers loves Garage Rock. I don't care for it as much, but one day they did play "On My Way to Work."
parlance

Yeah I heard it on there too! I mostly check into that channel for Breakfast With The Beatles, but sometimes I do listen to it other parts of the week. 

 

5 February 2014
11.56pm
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Rx – Bedside Toxicology. It's a collaboration of industrial artists Ogre (of Skinny Puppy fame) and Martin Adkins. Typical dark electronic and slightly experimental stuff for the most part, but interestingly it opens up with a fairly straightforward cover of Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett era tune "Scarecrow". It works better than you'd think. :D

6 February 2014
12.23am
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The Surfer Moon and Your Summer Dream of The Beach Boys. Pretty underrated songs by them (though Brian is the only one singing in both). Very beautiful songs, check them out.

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6 February 2014
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Sky999 said

parlance said

Sky999 said I'm listening to 60's on 6, the Cousin Brucie radio show, on Sirius XM. Since mid December, when I had my rental car, listening to Cousin Brucie has become a staple of my Wednesday and Saturday evenings/nights. I called in a few weeks ago to request "Twist And Shout", Beatles version of course;however, they said they had too many Beatles request. I settled with the Isely Brothers version. Not the same I know, but hey The Beatles liked, so I'm cool with it.  Both versions are great with me.

 
Sky, have you tried out the Deep Tracks or Classic Rock stations? We listen to them at work and they play a lot of Beatles.
parlance

I've listened to Classic Vinyl,Classic Rewind, Underground, 70s, 80s, and 90s a bit, but I haven't tried Deep Tracks yet. Thanks for the recommendation. :D 

When I worked at Five Guys, we had to had the station on Classic Rewind, no exceptions. And I worked at 5G for close to three years. Because of that, I can't stand listening to Tom Petty or post-Permanent Vacation Aerosmith anymore. However, I did discover "Slipping Away" by Dave Edmunds, so it wasn't all bad. (Jeff Lynne wrote "Slipping Away," actually.)

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6 February 2014
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Right now I'm listening to The Grey Album for the first time, and I'm really loving it. Too bad there's no download because of copyright. 

I sometimes (OK, lots of times) really hate EMI and their copyright tightness. Were they planning on releasing a Jay-Z/Beatles mashup album? I'd say probably not. So how is it hurting them? It might even help them, by maybe making some Jay-Z fans into Beatles fans and buying Beatles stuff. It's certainly making me appreciate Jay-Z more.  

Anyway, check it out on YouTube if you haven't heard it, it's pretty great.

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6 February 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said
Right now I'm listening to The Grey Album for the first time, and I'm really loving it. Too bad there's no download because of copyright. 
I sometimes (OK, lots of times) really hate EMI and their copyright tightness. Were they planning on releasing a Jay-Z/Beatles mashup album? I'd say probably not. So how is it hurting them? It might even help them, by maybe making some Jay-Z fans into Beatles fans and buying Beatles stuff. It's certainly making me appreciate Jay-Z more.  
Anyway, check it out on YouTube if you haven't heard it, it's pretty great.

Paul even told EMI execs they were being stupid about it. Jay-Z felt it was a honor to have his music mashed with the Beatles, almost as if he "made it" in a way. I have heard it, and I love it.

"It's called Sex Panther by Odeon. It's illegal in nine countries. Yep, it's made with bits of real panther, so you know it's good."

6 February 2014
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wetsroosa said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said Right now I'm listening to The Grey Album for the first time, and I'm really loving it. Too bad there's no download because of copyright. 
I sometimes (OK, lots of times) really hate EMI and their copyright tightness. Were they planning on releasing a Jay-Z/Beatles mashup album? I'd say probably not. So how is it hurting them? It might even help them, by maybe making some Jay-Z fans into Beatles fans and buying Beatles stuff. It's certainly making me appreciate Jay-Z more.  
Anyway, check it out on YouTube if you haven't heard it, it's pretty great.

Paul even told EMI execs they were being stupid about it. Jay-Z felt it was a honor to have his music mashed with the Beatles, almost as if he "made it" in a way. I have heard it, and I love it.

I know! I meant to put that in my post, but forgot. 

Paul, Ringo, and Jay-Z all liked it, and Paul certainly didn't have a problem with it.

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