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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
24 December 2019
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Binging our lads' Crimble messages. ahdn_john_08_gif And yes, I still love George's vocals on Yesterday from the 1965 one. ahdn_george_08

EDIT: Now onto my other lads' (The Beach Boys and The Monkees) Christmas albums! 

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Join Mitchell, "River"

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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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Frank Zappa - 'Son of Mr Green Genes', on my early Xmas present to myself, a copy of Hot Rats, with a very cool pink vinyl. 

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What Is Life , on my new, non-broken earbuds a-hard-days-night-george-9

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QuarryMan said
Frank Zappa - 'Son of Mr Green Genes', on my early Xmas present to myself, a copy of Hot Rats, with a very cool pink vinyl. 

  

Nice! There's a new 6CD box of the full sessions just released; sadly a little outta my price range. Dunno if there's a vinyl equivalent...

If that's your favourite Zappa, you may like "Waka/Jawaka" from a couple of years later. It's subtitled "Hot Rats Vol II", and the side-long "Big Swifty" is Frank's most Milesish thing.

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Von Bontee said

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Frank Zappa - 'Son of Mr Green Genes', on my early Xmas present to myself, a copy of Hot Rats, with a very cool pink vinyl. 

Nice! There's a new 6CD box of the full sessions just released; sadly a little outta my price range. Dunno if there's a vinyl equivalent...

If that's your favourite Zappa, you may like "Waka/Jawaka" from a couple of years later. It's subtitled "Hot Rats Vol II", and the side-long "Big Swifty" is Frank's most Milesish thing.

  

Cool, thanks! I'll check it out. Currently spacing out (or rather, entering into the imagination of the imaginer) to 'Watermelon in Easter Hay'.

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Am: Mannheim Steamroller - Christmas
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A dump of music I've been enjoying lately:

The Field Mice - Snowball - twee pop, jangle pop (1989) 

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Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day - folk (1970)

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Bernard Herrmann - Taxi Driver Soundtrack - cool jazz (1976)

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Keith Jarrett - The Köln Concert - jazz (1975)

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Steely Dan - Aja - yacht rock, jazz-rock (1977)

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I am currently mainly listening to AG's gift of Bob Dylan CDs:

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Official 3CD set made up of (mostly) John Wesley Harding and Nashville Skyline outtakes, concentrating on the February 1969 Johnny Cash sessions;

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Unofficial 10CD set made up of home recordings, radio and television appearances, and concerts 1961-1965;

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Unofficial 10CD set including broadcast concerts with the Band, Guam (Rolling Thunder Revue), and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and television appearances 1974-1994.

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The George Martin Orchestra - The Family Way Soundtrack.

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29 December 2019
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Just discovered this rather odd track by the band responsible for one of my favourite rock albums of the year (Schlagenheim by Black Midi) which reminds me more of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Slint than their other influences. I suspect that the vocal narration is meant to be tongue-in-cheek, but the instrumental itself is gorgeous. 

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'15 Step' - Radiohead

I had it in my head this morning because my grandmother has a notepad stuck to her fridge that has 15 numbered list items on it, and on the 15th I wrote '15 step, then a shear
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What I really want to listen to is Presence by Led Zeppelin, because I just watched a video about 'Achilles Last Stand', and I'm going to buy it with my Christmas money as soon as I get some sleep... ahdn_george_05

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Percy "Thrills" Thrillington - Thrillington

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Linda McCartney - Wide Prairie. 

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Was: 

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Disraeli Gears by Cream 

(Note: My third time listening to it in the past week. It's such a banger of an album a-hard-days-night-paul-7)

 

Now:

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Crosby, Stills & Nash by Crosby, Stills & Nash

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"....This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no fooling around...."

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Elementary Penguin said
Linda McCartney - Wide Prairie. 

  

a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 Linda McCartney is one of my favorite people in the entire universe and this album lives very close to my heart. I love the animated music videos that were done for it especially. heartheart

When I talk about music with my theatre director, he always craps on Linda and her singing and this album, which I find kinda unfair and it really bugs me even though I try to be patient with others' opinions. He said that he hates how Paul had to "drag" her into music and wishes she just would've stuck to "things she knew like photographs, raising Paul's babies, and veggies," which made me roll my eyes all the way into my skull. I know it's not the best album, but I just love the spirit of it and I love hearing Linda have fun and explore before she was tragically and unfairly taken from us and I'm so glad this album was made. 

 

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*chef's kiss* Lovely, just lovely. 

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lovelyritametermaid said

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Linda McCartney - Wide Prairie. 

  

a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 Linda McCartney is one of my favorite people in the entire universe and this album lives very close to my heart. I love the animated music videos that were done for it especially. heartheart

When I talk about music with my theatre director, he always craps on Linda and her singing and this album, which I find kinda unfair and it really bugs me even though I try to be patient with others' opinions. He said that he hates how Paul had to "drag" her into music and wishes she just would've stuck to "things she knew like photographs, raising Paul's babies, and veggies," which made me roll my eyes all the way into my skull. I know it's not the best album, but I just love the spirit of it and I love hearing Linda have fun and explore before she was tragically and unfairly taken from us and I'm so glad this album was made. 

 

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*chef's kiss* Lovely, just lovely. 

  

I quite enjoy Linda's stuff. It is fun and you can tell that she is having fun making it. She obviously isn't a perfectionist so it is exciting to hear music made for fun like hers. 

Thrillington is a very enjoyable listening experience. 

 

Currently listening to Paul McCartney - Dance Tonight single. 

After this I think I will have a little break from the McCartney's and I will listen to some music from Neil Innes. 

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FKA Twigs' new album, Magdalene. 

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