Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by BlackSwamp, Nov 5, 2003.
Woke up and spun:
Traveling Wilbury's Volume Three side two
bob and tom/espn radio
Rush's 2112 album, wish it was a vinyl copy!
Just finished Derek Trucks Band "Joyful Noise". Very interesting blend of music from the young slide guitarist of the Allman Brothers Band (drummer Butch Trucks' nephew), worth checking out.
Now it's "Greendale" by Neil Young.
Thanks once again to the Macomb County Library system.
Check out your local libraries folks; they're much more than just books these days!:thmbsp:
Cowboy Junkies Black Eyed Man
One of my favs spinning now. Ray Charles Cryin time. :thmbsp: Only thing that would make it better is to find a cleaner copy
And yes I do know what day of the week it is:
Buddy Guy Stone Crazy
Doyle Bramlett Fitchburg Street
Tom Russell Modern Art
Rush In Rio.
After Hours on CBC2 (on right now)
Dire Straits, Communique
Kool And The Gang, Fresh
Rainbow Quartz sampler
Spinning Taste - self titled. Thanks mOOn!
Now it's Green Day's Insomniac, side2
Peter Green "Blues By Green"
Some Old, Some New
Driving to work this morning I listened to a R.E.M. compilation with 21 songs spanning most of their first 10 albums. You remember these albums don't ya: Chronic Town, Murmur, Fables of Reconstruction, Green, Document, Life's Rich Pageant, Reckoning, Out of Time, Dead Letter Office. This is a great comp - not a radio hit on it - instead their deeper cuts.
Now I'm playing a 2003 compilation. It's got 18 songs from mostly 2003 releases from bands such as: The Decemberists, The Shins, Super Furry Animals, Broken Social Scene, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, A Perfect Circle, Radiohead, Cursive, Enon, Grandaddy, Wheat, Fruit Bats, Calexico, Andrew Bird, The White Stripes, and Death Cab for Cutie. I just got this, and this is my first spin. I'll let you know my favs off of here.
After that, I have two cds lined up for the rest of the day here at work - Hootie & the Blowfish (Cracked Rear View), and a Widespread Panic compilation.
That should keep me busy.
the Kinks Muswell Hillbillies:
Slow day at work, so I'll continue the Peter Green experience - at reduced volume of course.
Fleetwood Mac "Then Play On"
It's a Green kinda day
Peter Green Splinter Group "Time Traders"
Man Of The World-Reflections
on Peter Green hybrid SACD on Audio Fidelity. Stunning, evenin redbook. That Steve Hoffman sure has some ears!
as we speak, My Morning Jacket, It Moves, really nice stuff.
later on, Hope Sandoval and the Warm Invention
A bit of Kris Kristofferson - Me And Boby McGee
On original Vinyl form Monument Records. Played on my RPM9 / 9c / Ortofon Rohmann MC.
Sweet as a nut. :thmbsp:
Just got back from the library with a couple Asleep at the Wheel CDs, "Ride with Bob" and "Tribute to the Music of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys"
We're gonna be swingin' tonight!!
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