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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
2 July 2019
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Was just reminded of this lovely little thing

It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote

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Oh wow this one sounds almost creepier in the verses

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Why yes that is a picture of Paul dabbing. Deal with it.

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Oh, I thought you were talking about that one earlier. I'm listening to the Anthology one now (which I realise you must have been alluding to previously) and I do see what you mean about it sounding creepy. Cilla's demo with Paul sounds seductive to my ears, while Paul's demo has a Maxwell kind of feel to it a-hard-days-night-paul-4

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After not listening to any music for a while I’ve been enjoying Anthology and Live At The BBC . I’m still giving the studio albums a rest for now, while still getting a Fab fix.

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3 July 2019
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Don't think I've watched this video before: Iggy and The Stooges' free concert in Toronto, 19 June 2010. (Dunno if I'm visible in the crowd; I never made it onstage). A memorable show; sadly, all the musicians save Iggy and bassist Mike Watt (ex-Minutemen) have since passed away. Baby boomers... 🙁

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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!"
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Released on this day in 2006, Muse - Black Holes and Revelations (probably their best/most accessible album, in my never-humble opinion).

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3 July 2019
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I made a playlist of Monkees songs that Micky Dolenz wrote. Sadly it is short but an interesting listen.

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5 July 2019
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Beatlebug said
Released on this day in 2006, Muse - Black Holes and Revelations (probably their best/most accessible album, in my never-humble opinion).

  

Is that the one with Knights of Cydonia and Starlight? Two of their best tracks john-lennon-salute_gif

I’m afraid I’ve fallen behind on my King Crimson quest, so I think today I’ll pick up the slack and listen to the next instalment, whatever that is. 

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Blast From Your Past - Ringo Starr (1975, recorded 1970-1974)

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7 July 2019
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Foo Fighters - Songs From The Laundry Room 

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7 July 2019
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@QuarryMan said

Is that the one with Knights of Cydonia and Starlight? Two of their best tracks john-lennon-salute_gif
  

Yes. Also the well-loved 'Supermassive Black Hole' and 'Map Of The Problematique', not to mention the outstanding 'Soldier's Poem', 'Invincible', 'City of Delusion', 'Hoodoo', and too many other great tracks to mention. It's their Revolver in my mind.

Currently listening to 'It Don't Come Easy' because RINGOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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8 July 2019
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The Monkees - The Headquarters Sessions

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9 July 2019
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So cool to hear the slightly extended ending (and to more clearly the excited Percy babbling without fuzz guitar interfering with the frequencies)

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@Von Bontee said
So cool to hear the slightly extended ending (and to more clearly the excited Percy babbling without fuzz guitar interfering with the frequencies)

['Gallows Pole' - Rough Mix]  

Hahahaha I love excited Percy babbling. heart Though it's particularly cool in the beginning, before he starts babbling, where it sounds a little more intimate than the regular mix.

KEPKEEPKEEPEKEPPPKEEPEKEEPKEPPKEP OHHOAWHOAWHOAWHOOOOOOAAAAAAA MAMAMAMAMAMAMMYMMYMYMY paul-mccartney

And dig that big ol' fat bass too! (In the Beatlebug house we stan Jonesy on principle. a-hard-days-night-george-4)

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10 July 2019
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Yeah, that's one of my favourite vocals. I like what Robert Christgau had to say about III in his 1970 review: "If the great blues guitarists can make their instruments cry out like human voices, it's only fitting that Robert Plant should make his voice galvanize like an electric guitar."

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Released on this day in 1964.
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The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night

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Micky Dolenz - Micky Dolenz Puts You To Sleep 

 

This album features three Beatles covers (The Fool On The Hill , Good Night and and Blackbird ) and a John Lennon cover (Beautiful Boy)

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11 July 2019
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Woke up with this in my head for some reason, so I'm gonna jam it in my head even more firmly now 'cuz that makes sense! ahdn_john_08_gif
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Beatlebug said
Released on this day in 1964.

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The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night

  

@Beatlebug: My parents got me a big postcard of the AHDN album cover (as well as a few others), and I have framed them and put them on my wall. I remember from the other day,the choosing between 2 things thread how much you like the cover a-hard-days-night-john-1a-hard-days-night-paul-5a-hard-days-night-george-4a-hard-days-night-george-10ahdn_john_08_gifa-hard-days-night-john-1a-hard-days-night-george-9.

 

At the moment listening to Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me by U2

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Still writing the words to the sermon that no one will hear......

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The Who - The Ultimate Collection (compilation album)

Got this two-disc compilation for Christmas and somehow I've not gotten round to listening to it till now. a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

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