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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
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26 October 2012
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Von Bontee
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Wow, I was listening to "Talking Book" just last night! And "Music of My Mind" right before it.

Stevie was on FIRE in the 70s!

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!" -- Paul McCartney
27 October 2012
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Currently shuffling all of my Bruce Springsteen. Waiting on a Sunny Day.
Bikelock28 - Yes, huge Bruce fan here. Saw him when he was up in Ottawa last week. I still can't believe I saw Bruce. It was unbelievable. As for Wrecking Ball - I love it. It is basically Bruce being very angry - which always makes for a good album. Songs like We Take Care Of Our Own, Shackled and Drawn, Jack of All Trades (and especially) Death To My Hometown stack up to some of his classics from back in the 70's/80's. As I was saying to a friend earlier this week - I forget how good it is, until I hear it. His best album since, gosh, The River. Slightly better then the Rising (although the Rising has what I have to call my favourite Bruce song - Waiting on a Sunny Day. It has so many great memories, and it's a great song.) I'll still take Darkness on the Edge of Town first (I think, maybe Born to Run), but Wrecking Ball is Bruce saying "I'm back."

As if it matters how a man falls down.'

'When the fall's all that's left, it matters a great deal.

27 October 2012
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I agree, I love Wrecking Ball. I wasn't expecting much of it becuase I didn't think Working On A Dream was particuarlarly good, but Wrecking Ball is excellent. My favourite song is Jack Of All Trades because of its blue-collar lyrics (which are somehow both simplistic and really meaningful) and its waltz metre. In my opinion its one of his best love songs.

I too saw Bruce this year, in Hyde Park in London. He opened with a slow accoustic version of Thunder Road- did he do the same at the concert you went to in Ottawa? I thought it was a really magical way to start the gig.

But the best, best, best  part, probably the best thing ever In My Life, was at the end when he brought on SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY and they did I Saw Her Standing There and Twist & Shout together. It was the most awesome and amazing moment ever, unbelievable.

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"I don't think we were actually swimming, as it were, with shirts on, 'cos we always wear overcoats when we're swimming,"-

George Harrison, Australia, June 1964

28 October 2012
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I've been re-listening to RAM, and I honestly love it more and more each time I play it. I love the way it's just upbeat, and fun, and it always leaves me smiling.I also like how it wasn't a very commercial album. Instead of making an album for the public, Paul and Linda were just like, "Why do we even care about what people think anymore? Let's just make this album for ourselves," and I've always admired that.
My favorite Paul album by far. heart

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29 October 2012
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This right now

Dear Prudence Giving you quality -Facepalms- , since August 7, 2010.
29 October 2012
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8That song was out when I was in Year 5 and we used to sing it non-stop (as well as You're Beautiful)

And you're right about Ram, FlyOn13. It suprises me how the album turned out so light and fun, considering all the sueing and court cases and post-break-up stuff that was going on during the time is was made.

My favourite song on Ram is Monkberry Moon Delight becuase its cool and it makes me a-hard-days-night-george-9

"I don't think we were actually swimming, as it were, with shirts on, 'cos we always wear overcoats when we're swimming,"-

George Harrison, Australia, June 1964

29 October 2012
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Dear Prudence said

 

This right now

I love me some James Blunt, and I especially love that song: I cry almost every time I hear it. When I first listened to Back to Bedlam in its entirety, I can't tell you how many times I replayed that song. It's just so incredibly beautiful. heart

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30 October 2012
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Von Bontee
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Janis Joplin, "All Is Loneliness"

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!" -- Paul McCartney
30 October 2012
11.14am
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The Who -- Quadrophenia

I'm seeing the Who (for the first time) in another week-and-a-half.  I nearly balked at the ticket prices, but any one of these tours could be the last time to see these guys (and so many others).  I'm trying not to pass up the opportunities when they present themselves...

It's gotta be rock and roll music if you wanna dance with me
30 October 2012
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8I read somehwere that they are touring. Have fun!  

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30 October 2012
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Von Bontee
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Yeah, when Townshend says it's their "final tour", you know he means it.

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!" -- Paul McCartney
30 October 2012
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There have been so many 'final' tours by artists and bands. I think Phil Collins first tour was called The Definately Final Tour and The Stones are on their definately final, no doubts about it, 100% certain final final final set of gigs - until the anniversary of the first song Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote together (must mark the huge events).

Don’t make your love suffer insecurities, trade the baggage of self to set another one free. ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)
1 November 2012
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This.

Good golly, how I love me some T. Rex! Musical talent aside, does anyone else find Marc Bolan's hair as epic as I do? <3

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9 November 2012
12.13pm
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The Mallett Brothers Band -- Lowdown

From my time lurking around these forums, I've come to gather that Zig is from Maine, so this is a shout-out to him:  do you know of these guys? 

They are based in Portland, Americana rock band (a little twang in their rock, a little rock in their twang).  The two Malletts in the band have roots about 120 mi or so north of Portland:  their father is David Mallett, a not-quite-unknown folk singer (most obvious claim to fame:  he wrote "Garden Song," covered by many, including the Muppets,  and a minor hit for John Denver).  David graduated from the same high school as and a few years earlier than I did, up in the middle-of-nowhere, Maine.

So this is definitely small-town/hometown boosterism on my part, but if you like this sort of music, and I love it, check these guys out...especially if you can see them live.

Happy Friday!

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10 November 2012
4.26am
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I'm listening to Richard Ashcroft a lot.

Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie…… Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower… Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go. Beware of Darkness…  I believe in SH...
13 November 2012
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Get Your Way by Jamie Cullum. Very cool and funky song wth some great lines in it, and the video is so naff, it's cool!

"I don't think we were actually swimming, as it were, with shirts on, 'cos we always wear overcoats when we're swimming,"-

George Harrison, Australia, June 1964

16 November 2012
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BluemeanAl said
The Mallett Brothers Band -- Lowdown

From my time lurking around these forums, I've come to gather that Zig is from Maine, so this is a shout-out to him:  do you know of these guys? 

Hi BluemeanAl. I'm not originally from Maine but do live here now. I have yet to hear about these guys, but will look for them if I see they are playing locally.

In which Maine town did you live? I am in Topsham.

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19 November 2012
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Zig, my post refers to Dover-Foxcroft (I also lived in Dexter), so 90 miles or so north of you.  Going north from there, it's pretty much wilderness until you get to the Canadian border...

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20 November 2012
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Been listening to a lot of Pink Floyd recently. I never thought I would find a band/artist who I would love as much as The Beatles, tho I admire many, but I have!! I get a funny sensation when I listen to most of their music, it's hard to put into words.

Moving along in our God given ways, safety is sat by the fire/Sanctuary from these feverish smiles, left with a mark on the door.

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24 November 2012
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I love Pink Floyd!

 

I'm listening to Litlle Black Submarines by The Black Keys right now.

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