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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
3 October 2020
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 Holy moly @WeepingAtlasCedars, I had no idea that Rod ever performed a Petty song. It's been fun having new music to listen to the last few weeks. I'm assuming that's it, as the release of the box is coming later this month.

 

* I have a funny story about Rod live and a Paul song, but it involves Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds so probably belongs in a different thread.

* My first fiddy of the month thank you. john-lennon-salute_gif

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Beatlebug said
Gonna listen to this on repeat because there's a beautiful full harvest moon rising tonight.

https://youtu.be/HDzHhqWZMD0

  

Hey, I only discovered this wonderful song for myself just the other day and listened to it several times over! ahdn_george_08 It has such a beautiful and drifting atmosphere about it. My only critique if I had to give one is that the riff sounds a little too close to Walk Right Back by The Everly Bros... ahdn_paul_02

I've slowly been dipping into Neil's work recently but probably have started with two of the most bizarre but pretty cool places in his discography - his super psychedelic and fuzzy '68 solo debut followed by 1983's Everybody's Rocking, his homage album to 50s rock and roll/doo wop which I wanted to check out of curiosity (I love Wonderin'!). I'll report back at some point in the future on what albums I'll get to next if anyone who has stuck through this post is interested lol 

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I know @Beatlebug, I just have the most affection for the Zepplin thread so I think all English bands have (had) a home there. I still think your ranking of the last song on each LP could be the basis of a cool book.  

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Hey, I only discovered this wonderful song for myself just the other day and listened to it several times over! ahdn_george_08 It has such a beautiful and drifting atmosphere about it. My only critique if I had to give one is that the riff sounds a little too close to Walk Right Back by The Everly Bros... ahdn_paul_02
 

Haha I just googled "harvest moon" and that came up and I l o v e it... it's a song I've needed but only just found, I think. Mood-wise, it also kinda reminds me of one of my all-time favorites, "The Blue" by David Gilmour. heartheartheart

Current listening, released 50 years ago today ! ! ! !

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Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III @Ledheads

Next up, released 10 years ago today:

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Fistful of Mercy - As I Call You Down

I HIGHLY recommend this. Excellent album, top-notch, and I say this without my bias for Dhani Harrison having an influence because he's really not that prominent on it, it's just a damn solid album. The harmonies are lush and wild and the acoustic instrumentation is so clean and full and the songwriting is quality.

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Harvest Moon is great, as is the album. The version from Unplugged is phenomenal. Overall, Harvest is a better album any day of the week. 

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6 October 2020
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I'm very happy to see all the love for "Harvest Moon" as of late. While I've not heard the whole album myself (I'll fix that eventually), I've always loved the song, and hearing it on the radio is always a treat (I think I heard it just this last Saturday, even). Also, in general, it makes me glad to see people enjoying some of the best of what Canada has to offer. a-hard-days-night-john-1

Beatlebug said

Current listening, released 50 years ago today ! ! ! !

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Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III @Ledheads

 Happy 50th, LZ III!beatlemaniacs_02_gifheart I'm giving it a listen as well; currently on "Hats off (To Roy Harper)" (which, despite being a bit of an acquired taste, I do actually quite like hearing from time to time). a-hard-days-night-george-9

MUST I MUST I MUST I SHAKE 'EM ON DOWWWWWWWWN paul-mccartney

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6 October 2020
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Listening to The Smiths over and over again bc for some reason they give me autumn vibes

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R.I.Noise to a giant...fuck cancer

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Wish you were here for A Day In The Life ...

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9 October 2020
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Was:
John Lennon - Plastic Ono Band
John Lennon - Imagine

Am: John's half of Double Fantasy
Next: John's half of Milk And Honey

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Was:
John Lennon at 80 podcast parts one and two

Am:
Sean Lennon - "Little Wing" acoustic (which is surprisingly good)

Next: The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger - Acoustic Sessions

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10 October 2020
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I'm feeling a little "Positively 4th Street" at the moment, so that's what I've got on:

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11 October 2020
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Released 13 years ago yesterday but I feel more in the mood for it today bc it's rainy and I'm in a mood for a bout of partially self-inflicted atmospheric Radiohead-induced melancholy study session:
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Radiohead - In Rainbows (my first and eternal favorite Radiohead album)

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Pink Floyd - Animals 

'Dogs' is absolutely incredible.

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THE SEX IN YOUR SOUL WILL DAMN YOU TO HELL

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THE SEX IN YOUR SOUL WILL DAMN YOU TO HELL

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QuarryMan said
Pink Floyd - Animals 

'Dogs' is absolutely incredible.

  

Yes.heart

Currently listening to:

     Sunday Cruise -- Am I Pretty? (2020)

 

.......I found this band on TikTok......don't judge me.

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Spectacular debut 

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It's Paul Simon's birthday so I have listened to my beloved Graceland and now I am listening to Hearts And Bones and it is SOOOO GOOOD OMG. The more I listen to his stuff, the more my brain is blown by his songwriting excellence a-hard-days-night-paul-7a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

Graceland is travelling music, while Hearts And Bones is contemplative evening possibly subtropical drawing music (like sipping wine). I appreciate both moods exquisitely. heart

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that Goats Head Soup reissue/remix is INSANE

I've mostly just been listening to that for the last like month

some T. Rex too

John Lennon /Plastic Ono Band and misc. other solo songs, some solo McCartney/Wings

oh, also, some disco/synthpop type stuff

basically all I've been listening to for the last, like, two months or so

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Been digging into Prince's discography the past few days, particularly Sign O The Times, which is a pretty amazing album the whole way through. The title track, 'Starfish and Coffee', 'Slow Love' and 'The Cross' in particular are all fantastic. 

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