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Discussion in 'Movies / Music / TV / Streaming' started by Todd Anderson, Apr 24, 2017.
Leon Russel-Carney One of my favorites.
Steven Wilson - To The Bone
Van Morrison - Moondance
Mutemath, Play Dead, War
Paul Simon's America played by Yes on the Yesterdays LP. I remember when this great tune played on AM radio as a kid. Followed up with Loggins and Messina's Angry Eyes (album version). Enough nostalgia for the moment. Time for supper and more football.
Had time for 1 more. Thanks Dennis.
Meiko "Playing Favorites" Pretty cool album... chill, which I like... and classic tunes, which I really like!
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit: Nashville Sound
Lot of controversy in regards to the classic Christmas song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" in terms of the lyrics that were used in the song. Here is the updated politically correct version.
Sometimes the stuff I end up listening to is so odd even I wonder how I ended up down this path. And with that introduction, here you go: And.....it’s actually enjoyable to listen to and making the Outlaw BLS even more impressive to me. Not that I have any idea what Afghan music is supposed to sound like, but if I try to imagine in my head what the live event would be like, this is a close approximation.
Grooving to one of my favorite albums: Third Eye Blind "Out of the Vein".
Listening to a Coldplay mix on Amazon Music
Meddle on vinyl
Rodrigo y Gabriela's acoustic cover of Pink Floyd's Echoes, pretty awesome.
That was a lot of fun, @Mark C Flick . Thank you.
On Vinyl, Tomita, "The Planets" as well as "John Mayall and the Blues Breakers. "
Russian Chicago cover band. The technical ability, the top notch gear...
Thanks, that was a great Chicago cover. Love the early Chicago music, not so much the later stuff.
Some Girls, Rolling Stones 1978 Live in Texas
Got the new "Beast in Black" album a day before release date and now have it on constant replay
Blink 182 Enema of the State
lol, you're going back to my highschool days now