Saturday Tunes

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  1. bigmacc

    bigmacc AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    None of that wimp-ass sensitive crap made for tube systems; but manly SS in your face rock in roll music.;) :D

    AC/DC live
    Rory Gallagher Irish Tour

    Football season is here time to prepare mentally.:D

    Love an early morning rant.:p:
     
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  2. opt80

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    Allison Moorer Show

    Xcellent live cd,features her sister,Shelby Lynne on one track

    Alan
     
  3. Andyman

    Andyman Scroungus Stereophilus Subscriber

    Some live Grateful Dead I picked up garage saleing. 7 Maxell UD-XLII tapes with Dead shows on for $0.25 each.

    What a steal!

    Pigpen's doing "Hard to Handle" right now.

    I hope there's a vintage "Good Lovin" in there somewhere
     
  4. moondog

    moondog Super Member

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    Well after a hard night with Johnny I had to mellow so it's been...

    1. Greateful Dead - American Beauty (Thank Beatle Fred)
    2. Arlo Guthrie - Washington County (Thanks Beatle Fred)
    3. Peter Green & Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits - (Thanks CarlV)
    4. Lucinda Williams - World Without Tears

    Soon to come & highly Recommended: JJ Cale - The Very Best Of...

    mOOn
     
  5. shrinkboy

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    ROCK IT TO THE MOON, by Electrelane--spaced out drone rock reminding you of Joy Division crossed with Spacemen 3-- four girls from Brighton

    BORN INTO TROUBLE AS SPARKS FLY UPWARD, by A Silver Mt. Zion-incredible viols, cellos, guitars, organ, electronics by a spin off band from Godspeed You Black Emporor-- an ode to sadness, grief, loss and more, truly amazing
     
  6. Johnny

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    Gov't Mule, listening to John Popper rip a harmonica a new asshole !! Great stuff.

    John
     
  7. opt80

    opt80 Moderator Moderator

    Johnny,
    John Popper plays with Gov't Mule and Blues Traveler?

    Alan
     
  8. Johnny

    Johnny Senior Slacker

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    He just plays on one song "Mule" its great stuff, you should check em' out if you havent already.

    John
     
  9. madpioneer

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    KIX
    KEEL
    New England
    New England-Walking Wild

    :guitar: :rockon:
     
  10. Johnny

    Johnny Senior Slacker

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    KIX and KEEL :dunno: :dunno:


    What da...

    J:cool:
     
  11. madpioneer

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    Ya know Ron Keel's Rock band from the 80's then they broke up and Ron started doing Cuntry music,supossidly back to his roots.That sucked then Ron started Rockin' again.
    KIX well they were just KIX!:guitar:

    Right now got some
    STEELHEART-Smooth Side Down Sticky Side Up! :rockon:

    HEY! Bigmacc said no wimp-ass stuff!!
     
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  12. Johnny

    Johnny Senior Slacker

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    Oh I know who they are, I just didnt know anybody actually listened to them :D :D

    J ;)
     
  13. madpioneer

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    Hey! at $.49 a CD at Fry's I sure will grab it and listen.
    I am just a Rockin' MetalHead anyway right THOR!
     
  14. mobydud

    mobydud Analog Again

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    Sat. night and its mellow and jazzy around here..so far;)


    Donald Fagen "The Nightfly" , an album with a real back to the 50's ambience..if not sound cuz the sound is straight up!


    Sade, soulful singer, soulful band. Who backs her up on sax?? damn it just hangssss in the air.


    Bachman Turner Overdrive, bit of a change..who knows whats next?
    :p:
     
  15. opt80

    opt80 Moderator Moderator

    Taj Mahal one of the cds in the Martin Scorsese presents The Blues.

    Apparently he did a film on the blues.I got my copy of Taj at Indigo $12.99.

    They have released Allmans,Johnny Lee, J.B. Lenoir,Keb Mo the list goes on

    Alan

    Ps sound is great on this disc
     
  16. bully

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    FM in the morning. Listening to the M-80/C-1/P-530 with the ST-3120B.
    Have a tremendous back ache. "Ow," he says.
    Big game here today, but not 'til 7 pm. TV game, with a team I detest, Penn St. I still think we got cheated out of the 69 Orange Bowl.
     
  17. bully

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    Just went downstairs to check the cat's litter box. Have the POA-2200/C-383/HPM-900 with the T-9 playing the same FM.
    'Whole-house' stereo, eh?
     
  18. Johnny

    Johnny Senior Slacker

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    I've got Sublime rattling the walls as I type, 40oz To Freedom, what a friggen great cd !!!! Think I'll peel the paint with some Supersuckers next.

    Raining outside :( It always seems like my stereo sounds better on a rainy day :dunno:

    Hey Pete, I`m about half done with the Monster Magnet comp'. Think I'll tack on some Gov't Mule and get er' out to ya ASAP.

    Have a good weekend

    J
     
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  19. opt80

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    Karla Bonoff Greatest
    (Thanks Reyneman)
     
  20. CarlV

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    Well, I went to Down Home Music by where I live and I picked up this new Eddie Cochran 2cd compilation today. (Proper Records LTD) Going to enjoy it shortly. They had
    this lady Suzy Thompson with group playing in the store. Kinda trad. blues, bluegrass-ish type of stuff, really enjoyed it and bought a cd.
    And bought some new vinyl of course:

    Axis Bold As Love, 200 gram Mono

    Rising Sons-180 Sundazed(Ry Cooder, Taj Mahal, Jesse Lee Kincaid, Gary Marker, Kevin Kelley)

    Green Onions, Booker T, 180 Sundazed

    Abbey Road (re-issue)

    Mystery Girl - Roy Orbison, sealed cut out

    Centerfield - John Fogerty, mint used

    Hurry Sundown - Outlaws, mint used

    I never had any Eddie Cochran before for some strange reason,
    he truly was a pioneer that influenced many with his music.

    Now to unseal my goodies and work on the right frame of mind.
    ;)

    Carl
     

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