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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
28 March 2019
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I've been listening to Kate Bush's Hounds of Love a lot today. I'm particularly obsessed with the track 'Cloudbusting' which is about philosopher Wilhelm Reich who coined the term 'sexual Revolution ' and thus paved the way for the hippie counterculture movement of the 60s. 

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28 March 2019
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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

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28 March 2019
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Was: The Division Bell - Pink Floyd (released on this day in 1994)
Am: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn - Also Pink Floyd (released on not this day in 1967)

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28 March 2019
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Hurley by Weezer. 

And in the end the lunch you take is equal to the lunch you bake.

28 March 2019
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I am now listening to to the Sunday Driver/Now That You're Gone single by The Raconteurs.

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28 March 2019
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This piece of loveliness. (I do love this album.)

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28 March 2019
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This is becoming one of my Favorite Prince tracks. One of the very rare Reggae tinged songs he made

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28 March 2019
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Was: Mozart, Symphony #40 in G minor, Orchestra "Festival" St. Petersburg, conducted by Alexander Titov

Is: Aretha Franklin, Lady Soul LP

 

Released January 22, 1968...New Apple office on Wigmore Street totally unsuitable for rooftop concerts!

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29 March 2019
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29 March 2019
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Muse - Simulation Theory (2018)

It's very good ahdn_george_06

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29 March 2019
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29 March 2019
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My third-favourite lvb symphony, after the 6th and 7th. george-martin

Thanks for posting the Talk Talk track, that was very cool. Dude was quite the exotic sound-painter, like Miles Davis or Kate Bush (or Beethoven doing his 6th), people like that.

RIP Mr. Hollis

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Von Bontee said
My third-favourite lvb symphony, after the 6th and 7th. george-martin

Thanks for posting the Talk Talk track, that was very cool. Dude was quite the exotic sound-painter, like Miles Davis or Kate Bush (or Beethoven doing his 6th), people like that.

RIP Mr. Hollis

  

Indeed. I've yet to get around to hearing his one solo album, but I've heard it's excellent. The last three Talk Talk albums are enough to satisfy me for life, anyway. Your Miles Davis comparison is on point. Both definitely knew how to take the basics of their genre and fuse them with the alien. Now you mention it, I can definitely hear Sketches of Spain in their music. Do you hear a bit of the Velvet Underground's 'Heroin' in that song (specifically the crescendos)? 

On topic, I'm jamming to this absolute masterpiece. I really hope Frank drops some new music soon. 

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29 March 2019
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The inside of my head is a great place a-hard-days-night-john-6

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Ah, Days isn't an earworm! 

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Unless it's stuck in your head. Which it is in mine right now, because you said 'ALL THE DAYS OF MY LIFE' in the other thread and forced me to listen to it like 10 times on repeat. a-hard-days-night-paul-7

As for the other, well, 1) all Muse songs are earworms and 2) that one's been in my head off and on since the concert. a-hard-days-night-john-6

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I only meant to listen to the first couple of songs, and now here I am almost the whole album later... ahdn_paul_01

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Jazz station, now playing Duke Ellington's "Flirtibird",following a lifeless vibes cover of "Norwegian Wood " by Gary Burton.

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