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Posted 2020-November-08, 10:30

Here comes the sun

Sun, sun, sun, here it comes.
And I say it's all right.
If you lose all hope, you can always find it again -- Richard Ford in The Sportswriter
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Posted 2020-November-08, 14:49

Nina Simone's version of Just like Tom thumb's blues . Outstanding now if I could get a copy of her CD To love somebody .
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Posted 2020-November-18, 23:39

I was randomly browsing and found a Spotify list of David Gilmour's favourite guitarists. But I ended up listening to a list of David Gilmour's top solos instead.

Currently my mood is Dogs from Animals. In fact the whole of Animals. Takes me back to another dark time when it came out
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Posted 2020-December-01, 09:43

I got to hear Roy Buchanan play at Georgetown's Gaston Hall shortly after this album came out. I knew he was a local but didn't know until just now that he's buried in my neighborhood cemetery.
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Posted 2020-December-19, 21:12

Every year I read lists of the best albums. I usually buy a few....I donít recognize many of the leading artists any more, but I like to discover new music. Right now Iím listening, on Tidal, to Fiona Apple Fetch the Boltcutters. Itís brilliant, the lyrics well worth listening to, and the music is pretty good as well😀
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Posted 2020-December-22, 07:18

I Think We're Alone Now by Tommy James & The Shondells
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Posted 2020-December-29, 19:33

My music mood for the last week or so has been trying to put together a decent playlist of 2020, given that the curating algorithms and apps seem incapable of doing such a thing

Currently going though around 30+ albums 400 or so songs, multiple lists of recommendations (in media), and trying to find something remotely fresh and new. Lots of good stuff from people who have been round a while :)

So its anything from death metal, to pop, to country, to blues, to hiphop etc - and clearly anything recorded over the last 40-50+ years counts as a new release these days :)

Phoebe Bridgers and Cleo Sol jump to mind as two very listenable albums. Also Gorillaz new offering as always

However for something different I am enjoying Rina Sawayama - fits the bill as the newest (and most exciting) sound for me
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Posted 2020-December-30, 12:29

I listen to a lot of symphonic metal, and knew Within temptation, and had watched Pimp my ride and knew Xzibit from that, but wasn't expecting to find this old collaboration

https://www.youtube....h?v=awvqIi427_A
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Posted 2021-January-06, 10:40

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Posted 2021-January-08, 10:46

https://www.youtube....h?v=k0c1c0ZsTLA
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Posted 2021-January-10, 10:50

It is always a great pleasure to hear the voice of: Tom Jones Live on Soundstage https://youtu.be/dXvnkp4EuKw
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Posted 2021-January-20, 07:11

Here comes the sun (again)

Sun, sun, sun, here it comes.
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If you lose all hope, you can always find it again -- Richard Ford in The Sportswriter
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Posted 2021-January-20, 13:08

It's a Beautiful Morning

It's a beautiful morning
I think I'll go outside for awhile
and just smile
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Posted 2021-February-04, 17:51

The particolar sound, rich of swing by Caro Emerald: https://youtu.be/9TBxRIO5lfU
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Posted 2021-February-14, 01:19

I had one of my regular Alice in Chains unplugged days yesterday

Actually it was such a heavy day it went unplugged, plugged, live and studio and every version of some songs I could find
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Posted 2021-February-14, 01:19

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Posted 2021-February-16, 13:49

My song. :rolleyes:

https://www.youtube....h?v=V0XXSjw9mbs
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Posted 2021-February-21, 17:53

View Postthepossum, on 2020-December-29, 19:33, said:

My music mood for the last week or so has been trying to put together a decent playlist of 2020, given that the curating algorithms and apps seem incapable of doing such a thing

Currently going though around 30+ albums 400 or so songs, multiple lists of recommendations (in media), and trying to find something remotely fresh and new. Lots of good stuff from people who have been round a while :)

So its anything from death metal, to pop, to country, to blues, to hiphop etc - and clearly anything recorded over the last 40-50+ years counts as a new release these days :)

Phoebe Bridgers and Cleo Sol jump to mind as two very listenable albums. Also Gorillaz new offering as always

However for something different I am enjoying Rina Sawayama - fits the bill as the newest (and most exciting) sound for me


Hi, i've recently discovered Lexington Lab Band on YouTube: has a rich variety of songs covers on many artists (put a look for).
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Posted 2021-March-01, 16:06

This has been my mood since I first hear it many decades ago

But even more so after a lifetime experience and the more I read the more it fits my mood by the day

Comfortably Numb - original post Syd band members
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Posted 2021-March-24, 19:33

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