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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
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After all that talk with @QuarryMan in the Albums you have bought recently... thread, I am now being compelled a-hard-days-night-george-10 against my will a-hard-days-night-george-10a-hard-days-night-george-10 to listen to Led Zeppelin - Presence (1976) john-lennon-salute_gif

  

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QuarryMan said

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After all that talk with @QuarryMan in the Albums you have bought recently... thread, I am now being compelled a-hard-days-night-george-10 against my will a-hard-days-night-george-10a-hard-days-night-george-10 to listen to Led Zeppelin - Presence (1976) john-lennon-salute_gif

  

Your poor thing a-hard-days-night-george-10

  

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Listening to the Pointer Sisters' version of Springsteen's "Fire" on the "Flashback 70s" station. (A single I owned 40 years ago. It's not all that great.)

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Just starting a Dylan Marathon with 1961...

The Home of Bob and Sid Gleason
East Orange, New Jersey; February or March 1961

1: San Francisco Bay Blues (Jessie Fuller)
2: Jesus Met the Woman at the Well (traditional)
3: Gypsy Davey (traditional, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
4: Pastures of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
5: Trail of the Buffalo (traditional, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
6: Jesse James (traditional)
7: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie)
8: Southern Cannonball (R Hall/Jimmie Rodgers)
9: Bring Me Back, My Blue-Eyed Boy (traditional)
10: Remember Me (When the Candle Lights Are Gleaming) (traditional)

Montewese Hotel (Indian Neck Folk Festival)
Branford, Connecticut; 6 May 1961

11: Talking Columbia (Woody Guthrie)
12: Hangknot, Slipknot (Woody Guthrie)
13: Talking Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)

unidentified coffeehouse
Minneapolis, Minnesota; May 1961

14: Ramblin' Round (Woody Guthrie)
15: Death Don't Have No Mercy (Reverend Gary Davis)
16: It's Hard to Be Blind (traditional)
17: This Train Is Bound for Glory (Big Bill Broonzy, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
18: harmonica solo
19: Talking Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)
20: Pastures of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
21: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
22: Two Trains Runnin' (McKinley Morganfield)
23: Wild Mountain Thyme (traditional)
24: Howdido (Woody Guthrie)
25: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie)
26: Don't Push Me Down (Woody Guthrie)
27: Come See (Woody Guthrie)
28: I Want My Milk (Woody Guthrie)
29: San Francisco Bay Blues (Jesse Fuller)
30: A Long Time a-Growin' (traditional)
31: Devilish Mary (Bess Lomax Hawes)
32: Railroad Bill (traditional)
33: Will the Circle Be Unbroken (A.P. Carter)
34: Man of Constant Sorrow (traditional)
35: Pretty Polly (traditional)
36: Railroad Boy (traditional)
37: James Alley Blues (Richard Brown)
38: Bonnie, Why'd You Cut My Hair?

Riverside Church (12-Hour Hootenanny Special: Saturday of Folk Music)
New York City, New York; 29 July 1961

39: Handsome Molly (traditional)
40: Naomi Wise (traditional)
41: Poor Lazarus (traditional)
42: Mean Old Southern Railroad (Danny Kalb) *1
43: Acne (Eric von Schmidt) *2

*1 Bob Dylan & Danny Kalb
*2 Bob Dylan & Ramblin' Jack Elliott

Gaslight Café
New York City, New York; September 1961

44: Man on the Street
45: He Was a Friend of Mine (traditional)
46: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
47: Song to Woody
48: Pretty Polly (traditional)
49: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie) *

* Bob Dylan & Dave van Ronk

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios (Carolyn Hester session)
New York City, New York; 30 September 1961

50: Swing and Turn Jubilee [take 1] (traditional) *
51: Come Back, Baby [take 1] (traditional) *
52: Come Back, Baby [take 5] (traditional) *
53: Los Biblicos [take 1] (traditional) *
54: I'll Fly Away [take 1] (Albert E Brumley) *
55: I'll Fly Away [take 2] (Albert E Brumley) *

* Carolyn Hester (Bob on harmonica)

WYNC Radio Studio (Oscar Brand's Folk Song Festival)
New York City, New York; 29 October 1961

56: interview (1)
57: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
58: interview (2)
59: The Girl I Left Behind (traditional)

Carnegie Chapter Hall
New York City, New York; 4 November 1961

60: Pretty Peggy-O (traditional)
61: In the Pines (Huddie "Leadbelly" Leadbetter)
62: Gospel Plow (traditional)
63: 1913 Massacre (Woody Guthrie)
64: Backwater Blues (Bessie Smith)
65: A Long Time a-Growin' (traditional)
66: Fixin' to Die (Bukka White)
67: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
68: Man on the Street
69: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
70: Talking Merchant Marine (Woody Guthrie)
71: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)
72: Freight Train Blues (John Lair)
73: Song to Woody
74: Talkin' New York

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 20 November 1961

75: You're No Good [take 5] (Jesse Fuller)
76: Fixin' to Die [take 3] (Bukka White)
77: He Was a Friend of Mine [take 2] (traditional)
78: House of the Risin' Sun [take 3] (traditional)
79: Talkin' New York [take 2]
80:Song to Woody [take 2]
81: Baby Let Me Follow You Down [take 1] (Eric von Schmidt)
82: In My Time of Dyin' [take 1] (traditional)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 22 November 1961

83: Man on the Street [take 2]
84: Man of Constant Sorrow [take 4] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
85: Pretty Peggy-O [take 2] (traditional)
86: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
87: Gospel Plow [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
88: Highway 51 [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
89: Freight Train Blues[take 1] (John Lair)
90: House Carpenter [take 1] (traditional)

The Home of Bonnie Beecher
Minneapolis, Minnesota; 22 December 1961

91: Candy Man (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
92: Baby Please Don't Go (Big Joe Williams)
93: Hard Times in New York Town
94: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band)
95: Poor Lazarus (traditional)
96: I Ain't Got No Home (Woody Guthrie)
97: It's Hard to Be Blind (traditional)
98: Dink's Song (traditional, arranged by John & Alan Lomax)
99: Man of Constant Sorrow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
100: Story of East Orange
101: Naomi Wise (traditional)
102: Wade in the Water (traditional)
103: I Was Young When I Left Home
104: In the Evening (Brownie McGhee)
105: Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Eric von Schmidt)
106: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
107: Gospel Plow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
108: Long John (traditional)
109: Cocaine Blues (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
110: VD Blues (Woody Guthrie)
111: VD Waltz (Woody Guthrie)
112: VD City (Woody Guthrie)
113: VD Gunner's Blues (Woody Guthrie)
114: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
115: Ramblin' Round (Woody Guthrie)
116: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)

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Taking a break from the Bowie to listen to ATMP and I'm so glad I did. 

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Anonymous by Tomahawk. 

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Taking a break from the Bowie to listen to ATMP and I'm so glad I did.   

One is always glad to listen to ATMP . a-hard-days-night-george-4 I did earlier as well, though in my case it was a break from an endless rotation of Bowie and Zeppelin. (I think Led Zeppelin is my favourite band at the moment. a-hard-days-night-paul-10 Don't worry, I'll get over it momentarily... I think ahdn_paul_01)

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Oddfellows by Tomahawk.

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Vampire Weekend's new album Father of the Bride. Their last album is a favourite of mine in this decade, and I've been eagerly looking forward for this one!heart

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The M.E.A.T/Curtain Call single by Tomahawk. 

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Beatlebug, you'll rotate the Beatles and Bowie and Zep and ______ and ______ forever, I suspect!

I was listening to a couple of the albums I posted about purchasing earlier, not gonna say which ones...

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Vampire Weekend's new album Father of the Bride. Their last album is a favourite of mine in this decade, and I've been eagerly looking forward for this one!heart

  

Is it any good? I really loved the last one too, but I've heard mixed things about this new album. Really hoping that it's good.

 Currently trying out a country album I've heard loads about but never actually heard. 

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Unlike the complex musical arrangements in Modern Vampires, the new album tends to be simply great. It's kinda like Sgt. Pepper versus White Album . Maybe it lacks those glorious fragments in the last one, but I still enjoy Ezra Koenig's songwriting and vocal. I'm currently giving it a second listen.

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Just starting a Dylan Marathon with 1961...

The Home of Bob and Sid Gleason
East Orange, New Jersey; February or March 1961

1: San Francisco Bay Blues (Jessie Fuller)
2: Jesus Met the Woman at the Well (traditional)
3: Gypsy Davey (traditional, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
4: Pastures of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
5: Trail of the Buffalo (traditional, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
6: Jesse James (traditional)
7: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie)
8: Southern Cannonball (R Hall/Jimmie Rodgers)
9: Bring Me Back, My Blue-Eyed Boy (traditional)
10: Remember Me (When the Candle Lights Are Gleaming) (traditional)

Montewese Hotel (Indian Neck Folk Festival)
Branford, Connecticut; 6 May 1961

11: Talking Columbia (Woody Guthrie)
12: Hangknot, Slipknot (Woody Guthrie)
13: Talking Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)

unidentified coffeehouse
Minneapolis, Minnesota; May 1961

14: Ramblin' Round (Woody Guthrie)
15: Death Don't Have No Mercy (Reverend Gary Davis)
16: It's Hard to Be Blind (traditional)
17: This Train Is Bound for Glory (Big Bill Broonzy, arranged by Woody Guthrie)
18: harmonica solo
19: Talking Fish Blues (Woody Guthrie)
20: Pastures of Plenty (Woody Guthrie)
21: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
22: Two Trains Runnin' (McKinley Morganfield)
23: Wild Mountain Thyme (traditional)
24: Howdido (Woody Guthrie)
25: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie)
26: Don't Push Me Down (Woody Guthrie)
27: Come See (Woody Guthrie)
28: I Want My Milk (Woody Guthrie)
29: San Francisco Bay Blues (Jesse Fuller)
30: A Long Time a-Growin' (traditional)
31: Devilish Mary (Bess Lomax Hawes)
32: Railroad Bill (traditional)
33: Will the Circle Be Unbroken (A.P. Carter)
34: Man of Constant Sorrow (traditional)
35: Pretty Polly (traditional)
36: Railroad Boy (traditional)
37: James Alley Blues (Richard Brown)
38: Bonnie, Why'd You Cut My Hair?

Riverside Church (12-Hour Hootenanny Special: Saturday of Folk Music)
New York City, New York; 29 July 1961

39: Handsome Molly (traditional)
40: Naomi Wise (traditional)
41: Poor Lazarus (traditional)
42: Mean Old Southern Railroad (Danny Kalb) *1
43: Acne (Eric von Schmidt) *2

*1 Bob Dylan & Danny Kalb
*2 Bob Dylan & Ramblin' Jack Elliott

Gaslight Café
New York City, New York; September 1961

44: Man on the Street
45: He Was a Friend of Mine (traditional)
46: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
47: Song to Woody
48: Pretty Polly (traditional)
49: Car, Car (Woody Guthrie) *

* Bob Dylan & Dave van Ronk

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios (Carolyn Hester session)
New York City, New York; 30 September 1961

50: Swing and Turn Jubilee [take 1] (traditional) *
51: Come Back, Baby [take 1] (traditional) *
52: Come Back, Baby [take 5] (traditional) *
53: Los Biblicos [take 1] (traditional) *
54: I'll Fly Away [take 1] (Albert E Brumley) *
55: I'll Fly Away [take 2] (Albert E Brumley) *

* Carolyn Hester (Bob on harmonica)

WYNC Radio Studio (Oscar Brand's Folk Song Festival)
New York City, New York; 29 October 1961

56: interview (1)
57: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
58: interview (2)
59: The Girl I Left Behind (traditional)

Carnegie Chapter Hall
New York City, New York; 4 November 1961

60: Pretty Peggy-O (traditional)
61: In the Pines (Huddie "Leadbelly" Leadbetter)
62: Gospel Plow (traditional)
63: 1913 Massacre (Woody Guthrie)
64: Backwater Blues (Bessie Smith)
65: A Long Time a-Growin' (traditional)
66: Fixin' to Die (Bukka White)
67: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
68: Man on the Street
69: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie)
70: Talking Merchant Marine (Woody Guthrie)
71: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)
72: Freight Train Blues (John Lair)
73: Song to Woody
74: Talkin' New York

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 20 November 1961

75: You're No Good [take 5] (Jesse Fuller)
76: Fixin' to Die [take 3] (Bukka White)
77: He Was a Friend of Mine [take 2] (traditional)
78: House of the Risin' Sun [take 3] (traditional)
79: Talkin' New York [take 2]
80:Song to Woody [take 2]
81: Baby Let Me Follow You Down [take 1] (Eric von Schmidt)
82: In My Time of Dyin' [take 1] (traditional)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 22 November 1961

83: Man on the Street [take 2]
84: Man of Constant Sorrow [take 4] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
85: Pretty Peggy-O [take 2] (traditional)
86: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
87: Gospel Plow [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
88: Highway 51 [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
89: Freight Train Blues[take 1] (John Lair)
90: House Carpenter [take 1] (traditional)

The Home of Bonnie Beecher
Minneapolis, Minnesota; 22 December 1961

91: Candy Man (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
92: Baby Please Don't Go (Big Joe Williams)
93: Hard Times in New York Town
94: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band)
95: Poor Lazarus (traditional)
96: I Ain't Got No Home (Woody Guthrie)
97: It's Hard to Be Blind (traditional)
98: Dink's Song (traditional, arranged by John & Alan Lomax)
99: Man of Constant Sorrow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
100: Story of East Orange
101: Naomi Wise (traditional)
102: Wade in the Water (traditional)
103: I Was Young When I Left Home
104: In the Evening (Brownie McGhee)
105: Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Eric von Schmidt)
106: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
107: Gospel Plow (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
108: Long John (traditional)
109: Cocaine Blues (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
110: VD Blues (Woody Guthrie)
111: VD Waltz (Woody Guthrie)
112: VD City (Woody Guthrie)
113: VD Gunner's Blues (Woody Guthrie)
114: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
115: Ramblin' Round (Woody Guthrie)
116: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)

...now I move into 1962 and Folksinger's Choice...

WBAI Studios (Folksinger's Choice)
New York Town, New York; 13 January 1962

117: Lonesome Whistle Blues (Hank Williams/Jimmy Davis)
118: Fixin' to Die (Bukka White)
119: Smokestack Lightning (Howlin' Wolf)
120: Hard Travelin' (Woody Guthrie)
121: The Death of Emmett Till
122: Standing on the Highway
123: Roll On, John (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
124: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band)
125: Long Time Man (traditional, arranged by Alan Lomax)
126: Baby Please Don't Go (Big Joe Williams)
127: Hard Times in New York Town

The Home of Eve and Mac MacKenzie
New York City, New York; 29 January 1962

128: Hard Times in New York Town
129: The Death of Emmett Till

unknown studio (Leeds Music demos)
New York City, New York; February 1962

130: Hard Times in New York Town
131: Poor Boy Blues
132: Ballad for a Friend
133: Rambling, Gambling Willie
134: Man on the Street
135: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues
136: Standing on the Highway

Webster Hall (Harry Belafonte session)
New York City, New York; 2 February 1962

137: Midnight Special [take 19] (traditional) *
138: Midnight Special [take 20] (traditional) *

* Harry Belafonte (Bob on harmonica)

Cue Recording Studios (Victoria Spivey session)
New York City, New York; 2 March 1962

139: Sittin' on Top of the World (Big Joe Williams) *
140: Wichita (Big Joe Williams) *
141: Big Joe, Dylan and Victoria (Big Joe Williams) *
142: It's Dangerous (Victoria Spivey) *

* Victoria Spivey, Big Joe Williams & Bob Dylan

Gerde's Folk City
New York City, New York; 16 April 1962

143: Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Henry Thomas/Bob Dylan)
144: Talkin' New York
145: Corrina Corrina (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
146: Deep Ellem Blues (Joe & Bob Attlesay)
147: Blowin' in the Wind

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 24 April 1962

148: Going to New Orleans [take 1] (traditional)
149: Going to New Orleans [take 2] (traditional)
150: Sally Gal [take 1] (Woody Guthrie)
151: Sally Gal [take 2] (Woody Guthrie)
152: Sally Gal [take 3] (Woody Guthrie)
153: Rambling, Gambling Willie [take 1]
154: Rambling, Gambling Willie [take 3]
155: Corrina Corrina [take 1] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
156: Corrina Corrina [take 2] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
157: The Death of Emmett Till [take 1]
158: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues [take 3]
159: (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle [take 2] (Hank Williams/Jimmie Davies)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 25 April 1962

160: Rocks and Gravel [take 2]
161: Rocks and Gravel [take 3]
162: Let Me Die in My Footsteps [take 1]
163: Let Me Die in My Footsteps [edit of take 1]
164: Talkin' Hava Negiliah Blues [take 1]
165: Sally Gal [take 1] (Woody Guthrie)
166: Sally Gal [take 2] (Woody Guthrie)
167: Baby Please Don't Go [take 1] (Big Joe Williams)
168: Baby Please Don't Go [take 3] (Big Joe Williams)
169: Milk Cow's Calf's Blues [take 1] (Robert Johnson)
170: Milk Cow's Calf's Blues [take 3] (Robert Johnson)
171: Wichita (Going to Louisiana) [take 1]
172: Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues [take 3]
173: Milk Cow's Calf's Blues [take 4] (Robert Johnson)
174: Wichita (Going to Louisiana) [take 2]

WBAI Studios (Broadside show)
New York City, New York; May 1962

175: Ballad of Donald White
176: The Death of Emmett Till
177: Blowin' in the Wind *

* Bob Dylan with Gil Turner, Pete Seeger & Sis Cunningham

Witmark Studio (Witmark demo)
New York City, New York; July 1962

178: Blowin' in the Wind

Finjan Club
Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 2 July 1962

179: The Death of Emmett Till
180: Stealin' (traditional, arranged by the Memphis Jug Band)
181: Hiram Hubbard (traditional)
182: Blowin' in the Wind
183: Rocks and Gravel
184: Quit Your Low Down Ways
185: He Was a Friend of Mine (traditional)
186: Let Me Die in My Footsteps
187: Two Trains Runnin' (McKinley Morganfield)
188: Ramblin' on My Mind (Robert Johnson)
189: Blues Yodel No. 8 (Jimmie Rodgers/G. Vaughan)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 9 July 1962

190: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You [take 2]
191: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You [take 3]
192: Blowin' in the Wind [take 1]
193: Blowin' in the Wind [take 2]
194: Blowin' in the Wind [take 3]
195: Quit Your Low Down Ways [take 1]
196: Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance (Henry Thomas/Bob Dylan)
197: Down the Highway
198: Worried Blues [take 1] (Hally Wood)
199: Worried Blues [take 2] (Hally Wood)
200: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You [take 4]
201: Bob Dylan's Blues [take 1]
202: Bob Dylan's Blues [take 2]

Carnegie Hall (Carnegie Hall Hootenanny)
New York City, New York; 22 September 1962

203: Sally Gal (Woody Guthrie)
204: Highway 51 (Curtis Jones)
205: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
206: Ballad of Hollis Brown
207: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall

The Home of Eve and Mac MacKenzie
New York City, New York; September 1962

208: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
209: Ballad of Donald White
210: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
211: unidentified instrumental

WBAI Studios (Billy Faier Show)
New York City, New York; October 1962

212: Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Eric von Schmidt)
213: Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
214: The Death of Emmett Till
215: Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor (traditional)

Gaslight Café
New York City, New York; 15 October 1962

216: Barbara Allen (traditional)
217: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
218: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
219: Black Cross (Lord Buckley)
220: No More Auction Block (traditional)
221: Rocks and Gravel
222: Moonshiner (traditional)
223: John Brown
224: Ballad of Hollis Brown
225: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
226: Cocaine Blues (traditional, arranged by Reverend Gary Davis)
227: The Cuckoo Is a Pretty Bird (traditional)
228: Ain't No More Cane (Huddie "Leadbelly" Leadbetter)
229: Motherless Children (traditional)
230: Handsome Molly (traditional)
231: Kindhearted Woman Blues (Robert Johnson)
232: West Texas (traditional)

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 26 October 1962

233: Corrina Corrina [take 2] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
234: Corrina Corrina [take 3] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
235: Corrina Corrina [take 4] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
236: That's All Right Mama [take 1] (Arthur Crudup)
237: That's All Right Mama [take 3] (Arthur Crudup)
238: That's All Right Mama [take 5] (Arthur Crudup)
239: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 1]
240: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 3]
241: Corrina Corrina [take 7] (traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)

Folkways Studios (Broadside demos)
New York City, New York; circa October 1962

242: I'd Hate to Be You on That Dreadful Day
243: Oxford Town
244: Paths of Victory
245: Walkin' Down the Line

Witmark Studio (Witmark demo)
New York City, New York; November 1962

246: Long Ago Far Away

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 1 November 1962

247: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 1]
248: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 2]
249: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 4]
250: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 5]
251: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 6]
252: That's All Right Mama (Arthur Crudup) [take 1]
253: Rocks and Gravel [take 1]
254: Rocks and Gravel [take 2]

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 14 November 1962

255: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 10]
256: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 13]
257: Mixed-Up Confusion [take 15]
258: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right [take 1]
259: Ballad of Hollis Brown [take 2]
260: Kingsport Town [take 1]
261: Kingsport Town [take 2]
262: Whatcha Gonna Do [take 1]

Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios
New York City, New York; 6 December 1962

263: Hero Blues [take 1]
264: Whatcha Gonna Do [take 1]
265: Oxford Town [take 1]
266: I Shall Be Free [take 2]
267: I Shall Be Free [take 4]
268: I Shall Be Free [take 5]
269: Hero Blues [take 2]
270: Hero Blues [take 4]
271: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall [take 1]

Witmark Studio (Witmark demos)
New York City, New York; December 1962

272: A Hard Rain 's a-Gonna Fall
273: Tomorrow Is a Long Time
274: The Death of Emmett Till
275: Let Me Die in My Footsteps
276: Ballad of Hollis Brown
277: Quit Your Low Down Ways
278: Baby, I'm in the Mood for You

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ScarlettFieldsForever said
a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Unlike the complex musical arrangements in Modern Vampires, the new album tends to be simply great. It's kinda like Sgt. Pepper versus White Album . Maybe it lacks those glorious fragments in the last one, but I still enjoy Ezra Koenig's songwriting and vocal. I'm currently giving it a second listen.

  

Great, I'll check it out when I get the chance.

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I've been listening to Heathen on repeat all morning.

 

all.

morning.

I must be on my seventh listen now at the very least.

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I slept to The Night Before on repeat

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The George Martin Orchestra's Off The Beatles Track. It's kind of embarrassing listening to orchestral music but i must admit, George Martin makes orchestral music fun by including modern instruments like the electric guitar and drum kit that aren't typically seen in orchestras. It's like The Beatles had an influence on his music in the same way he had an influence on theirs.

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Dark Overlord said
The George Martin Orchestra's Off The Beatles Track. It's kind of embarrassing listening to orchestral music but i must admit, George Martin makes orchestral music fun by including modern instruments like the electric guitar and drum kit that aren't typically seen in orchestras. It's like The Beatles had an influence on his music in the same way he had an influence on theirs.

  

nothing should be embarrassing if you enjoy it. What could there possibly be to be embarrassed about by liking it?

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