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General Interest => Let It Bleed => Topic started by: Froderik on January 29, 2006, 08:22:00 PM

Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on January 29, 2006, 08:22:00 PM
..picking up where the other one left off..
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on January 29, 2006, 08:38:00 PM
Oh no you don't! No fucking way...That thread is a fucking classic and must not stop..It's 2nd to the "I JUST" thread, come on! Get over the stupid error message, it still posts everything... ::unhappy::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on January 29, 2006, 09:35:00 PM
Nah...quality, not quantity. ::armed::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on January 29, 2006, 10:05:00 PM
FUCK THIS SHIT! IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE "TODAY"...NOT "LATELY" BOOOOO!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on January 29, 2006, 10:37:00 PM
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On 2006-01-29 17:38:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Oh no you don't! No fucking way...That thread is a fucking classic and must not stop..It's 2nd to the "I JUST" thread, come on! Get over the stupid error message, it still posts everything... ::unhappy:: "



I agree and both threads are fornits classics!

 :rofl:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on January 29, 2006, 10:48:00 PM
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On 2006-01-29 19:05:00, Anonymous wrote:

"FUCK THIS SHIT! IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE "TODAY"...NOT "LATELY" BOOOOO!!"
Definitely!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on January 30, 2006, 12:13:00 AM
Well, as your moderator I've got just a couple of words that I'd like to say to y'all on this subject & they are:  



TOUGH SHIT.  :rofl:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: fuckbuddy on January 30, 2006, 12:30:00 PM
Elliott Smith - Either/Or

White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan

Oasis - Definitely Maybe
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on January 30, 2006, 01:47:00 PM
Sisters of Mercy - Floodland :cool:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on January 30, 2006, 02:25:00 PM
White Orchid- The White Stripes, excellent choice soul survivor!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 30, 2006, 04:49:00 PM
Aawhhh Diggg it!!!...a new thread!!!

...Sat nite I went out to Barts and we went out to his shed and fired up the woodstove until the turntable warmed up.  Then we listened to:

Ritchie Blackmores' "Rainbow"

and "The Last Puff" by Spooky Tooth, featuring Mike Harrison(I Think)

...and drank beer and smoked up.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on January 30, 2006, 05:37:00 PM
Pink Floyd - Animals
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 30, 2006, 05:41:00 PM
I got that on vinyl  :smile:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on January 30, 2006, 05:51:00 PM
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On 2006-01-30 14:41:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"I got that on vinyl  :smile: "


It is a great one though isn't it?  :razz:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 30, 2006, 06:05:00 PM
Yeah, great record.  Love Pink Floyd.  I got a whole bunch 'a' their records. Saw 'em once in like '89 at JFK in Philly.

 ::bandit::  :skull:  :wave:

[ This Message was edited by: starry-eyed pirate on 2006-01-30 15:26 ]
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 30, 2006, 08:42:00 PM
Got that ol' 8 track player that I pulled outta Grizzs' scrap yard hooked up and runnin, although it's only commin' thru one channel.  Old school baby...wanna hit ???  :smokin:  :skull:

Tower of Power - Bump City
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on January 31, 2006, 07:40:00 PM
Sisters of Mercy - Floodland
Roxx Gang - Things You've Never Done Before
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: fuckbuddy on February 01, 2006, 12:12:00 AM
Coldplay - X&Y
The Pixies--Surfer Rosa
Oasis - "Up in The Sky"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 01, 2006, 01:55:00 AM
Mouth For War-PANTERA :flame:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on February 01, 2006, 11:19:00 AM
NIN- Pretty hate machine
Thanks NCL ::rocker::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 01, 2006, 12:26:00 PM
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On 2006-02-01 08:19:00, Second Skin wrote:

"NIN- Pretty hate machine

Thanks NCL ::rainbow::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 01, 2006, 12:30:00 PM
The Crow Sountrack
The Crow/City of Angels Soundtrack
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 01, 2006, 03:06:00 PM
Pantera's song on the Crow Soundtrack is sick! :smokin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 01, 2006, 09:12:00 PM
Touch me ( All night long ) Cathy Dennis~
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 01, 2006, 09:12:00 PM
Cult of Personality- Living Color
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 02, 2006, 12:05:00 AM
The Stooges - Funhouse
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on February 02, 2006, 12:19:00 AM
Morrissey~ Who put the M in Manchester?-ON DVD.
  ::hatter::  ::both::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Twisted Sister on February 02, 2006, 12:29:00 AM
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On 2006-02-01 21:19:00, Second Skin wrote:
::both::

It's okay ~ I don't think too many people on this forum have problems with gays.  :roll:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Ganja on February 02, 2006, 12:42:00 AM
Why the 'fuck you' fingers? Do you think that people here have a problem with gays..?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 02, 2006, 01:03:00 AM
Bow Wow - Wanted
(gave this cd to my daughter for her b-day today)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 02, 2006, 10:38:00 AM
KISS - Calling Dr. Love
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 12:39:00 PM
Bloodhoung Gang- A Lapdance Is So Much Better When The Stripper Is Crying.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 12:40:00 PM
Steve Miller Band- Jungle Love...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 02, 2006, 12:43:00 PM
Van Halen- I'm the one, jamie's cryin', atomic punk, feel your love tonight
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 01:22:00 PM
Yo yo yo yo yo! What it is motherfuckers?
 
Aw shit, here comes Pac-Man.
 
Hey Pac-Man, what's up?
 
Me you bitches! I'm high on crack! Wanna freebase?
 
No Pac-Man drugs are bad!
 
Nope can't help you man.
 
Pussies. Whoa! Holy shit!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 01:22:00 PM
The Outfield- I don't wanna lose your love (tonight)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 01:23:00 PM
The Human League- I'm only human..1986 niggaz!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 01:59:00 PM
Metallica~ *To live is to Die* from the album...And Justice For All-1988

Best instrumental EVER
If the guitar solo by Kirk Hammet doesnt give you chills, you are not human.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 05:23:00 PM
Weezer - Island in the sun
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 02, 2006, 07:25:00 PM
Velvet Revolver - Contraband
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Short Bus on February 02, 2006, 07:30:00 PM
Slither is the closest we can get to classic G'N'R
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 02, 2006, 08:50:00 PM
Good point....GNR was one of a kind and will never be replicated, even with half of the GNR lineup together again.... ::rocker::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 02, 2006, 08:53:00 PM
Tesla - Time's Makin' Changes, The Best of Tesla
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Short Bus on February 02, 2006, 09:02:00 PM
Tesla- Signs...Best cover ever done!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 02, 2006, 09:12:00 PM
The Stooges - "1970"
The Stooges - "Funhouse"
The Stooges - "L.A. Blues"

Puddle of Mudd--Come Clean

Time's Makin' Changes The Best of Tesla
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 02, 2006, 10:03:00 PM
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On 2006-02-02 18:02:00, Short Bus wrote:

"Tesla- Signs...Best cover ever done!"



Tesla- Signs...Best cover ever done!


Oh hell yeah  :exclaim:  :exclaim:  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 10:06:00 PM
If God was here, He'd tell it to tor face, man your some kinda sinner!! ::rocker::  I have to say that Tesla's version is actually BETTER than the original...True???
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 02, 2006, 10:11:00 PM
I think Tesla's version is much better than the original!!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 10:22:00 PM
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On 2006-02-02 19:11:00, Nonconformistlaw wrote:

"I think Tesla's version is much better than the original!!! "
:wink:  I want you baby!! Short Bus
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006, 10:52:00 PM
Brian Adams- Run To You
             Summer Of '69
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 03, 2006, 09:48:00 AM
Van Halen - Diver Down
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 03, 2006, 10:37:00 AM
Van Halen - Diver Down
Chopin - Prelude #15 in D-flat "Raindrop"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 04, 2006, 02:12:00 AM
Reconstruction, bootlegs from 1979 featuring the incomparable Jerry Garcia on guitar.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 04, 2006, 11:47:00 AM
Queensryche - Rage for Order, Operation Mindcrime, & Empire (http://http://www.websmileys.com/sm/cool/721.gif)(http://http://www.websmileys.com/sm/cool/721.gif)(http://http://www.websmileys.com/sm/cool/721.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 04, 2006, 12:55:00 PM
I was into Queensryche back in the early 80s when they first come outta Seattle(I think).  They put out a self-titled ep that had 4 songs on it:  

1)"The Lady Wore Black"
2)"Queen of the Reich"
3)"Night Rider"
4)"Blinded"

I think these are the correct song titles but it has been a while...too bad my misguided parents threw away all my records when I entered $tr8.  I had all kin 'a' heavy metal imports and special releases and stuff (I had Judas Priest recorded live at he US festival on vinyl!!). NCL you would 'a' loved my record collection in about 1984.

I loved that Queensryche ep.  I even had a friend of mine make me a Queensryche shirt in his graphic arts class.  I was in 9th grade at the time and the only kid around with a Queensryche shirt...yeah, I was that cool... :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 04, 2006, 02:51:00 PM
Ramones Mania
Van Halen - 1984
Queensryche--Operation: mindcrime
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 04, 2006, 09:00:00 PM
Def Leppard- Photograph
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 04, 2006, 10:18:00 PM
The Very Best of Frank Sinatra  :grin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Short Bus on February 04, 2006, 10:30:00 PM
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On 2006-02-04 19:18:00, Frank Discussion wrote:

"The Very Best of Frank Sinatra  :grin: "
Frank is a GOD here in New Jersey
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 05, 2006, 01:33:00 AM
Tool-Eulogy
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 05, 2006, 05:12:00 AM
Pearl Jam ~ Oceans
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 05, 2006, 12:20:00 PM
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On 2006-02-04 18:00:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Def Leppard- Photograph"

I've always loved that Def Leppard tune! (http://http://www.p2p-zone.com/underground/images/smilies/guitar.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 05, 2006, 12:44:00 PM
Roky Erickson--"Don't Slander Me" b/w "Starry Eyes" on 7" vinyl, motherfucker!

Rudimentary Peni--Cacaphony

Ween--Pure Guava and The Mollusk
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 05, 2006, 05:26:00 PM
Ah Hah- Take On Me.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 05, 2006, 05:39:00 PM
Metallica- BLACKENED              FUCK YES!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 05, 2006, 09:04:00 PM
Little Feat--Sailin' Shoes
Little Feat--The Last Record Album
John Hiatt - Slow Turning, Memphis in the Meantime, Drive South, Tennesee Plates
Humble Pie - 30 Days in the Hole
The Stranglers--The Raven
The Stranglers--Men In Black
Some stuff by the Krautrock band Faust
Some stuff by the Krautrock band Amon Düül
Some stuff by the Krautrock band Shocking Blue
Chrome--Alien Soundtracks

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

The Rolling Stones - Start Me Up, Rough Justice, Satisfaction  :tup:  :tup:  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 06, 2006, 02:00:00 AM
http://www.myspace.com/primmer55 (http://www.myspace.com/primmer55)  

Thought I'd give these guys their props. Got a request to add them earlier and I like what I hear.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 06, 2006, 08:54:00 PM
Jane's Addiction - self titled

Pink Floyd - Animals (I'm hooked on this right now)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 06, 2006, 09:54:00 PM
Sonic Youth - nyc ghosts & flowers
Blue Flame - Bare Bones, Girl Sunday, 3AM
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 07, 2006, 04:49:00 PM
The Phosphenes - Bleak, Drunkards, Stupid, Bye Bye, Guilty, Huge
War - "Slippin' Into Darkness"
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - "2Kindsa Love"
Junior Kimbrough  - "Junior, I Love You"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 07, 2006, 05:27:00 PM
Reptile House
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 07, 2006, 06:19:00 PM
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On 2006-02-07 14:27:00, Nonconformistlaw wrote:

Reptile House

Good band...really good live, from what I recall.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 07, 2006, 09:40:00 PM
Sick of It All - Blood, Sweat, & No Tears.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 07, 2006, 09:42:00 PM
Chester Burnett aka Howlin' Wolf
Neil Young--On the Beach
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 07, 2006, 10:55:00 PM
I went out ta B*rts' house to watch the game. I went Saturday night to avoid drivin in the snow on Sunday.  B*rt has sirius satellite radio.

Saturday night:

21st Century Schizoid Man - King Crimson

Red House - Jimi Hendrix

The Changeling - The Doors

...Then we decided to move out to the shed.  He's got a woodstove out there and a stereo with a turntable and about 100 ol' records...

The album "Wonderworld" by Uriah Heap, in its entirety

The album "Black Oak Arkansas - The Best Of..." by Black Oak Arkansas, in its entirety

The album "The Magicians Birthday" by Uriah Heap in its entirety

Free - "Fire And Water", "Mr.Big" (This is one of my favorite records.  Free is the band that Paul Rodgers was in before Bad Co.  The record was too slow for B*rt, so he gave it to me!)

U.F.O. - from the record "Strangers in the Night":

"Natural Thing"
"Out In The Street"
"Only You Can Rock Me"
"Doctor,doctor"
"Mother Mary"
"This Kids"
"Love To Love"

Taj Mahal - from the album "The Best of Taj Mahal:

"Chevrolet"
"Johnny Too Bad"
"Take A Giant Step"
"Aint Gwine Whistle Dixie(No More)"

King Crimson - From the album "Epitaph"(recorded live at the Fillmore West 12/15/69):

"In The Court Of The Crimson King"
"21st Century Schizoid Man"
"Mars"

That was it for Saturday night.  We let the fire burn down and headed back into B's livin room about 2am...

...Sunday morn...

sirius satellite radio:  "Sunday Sabbath" on Buzz Saw:  Black Sabbath - "Time Machine", "Sabbra Cadabbra", Ozzy Osbourne - "Over The Mountain"

Cinderella - "Gypsy Road"(not real impressive)

Queensryche - "Silent Lucidity"

Jackyl - "I stand Alone"(I'm not too into Jackyl either)

Metallica - "Damage Inc"

Refused - "New Noise"

Arch Enemy - "Nemesis"

The Who - "Doctor Jimmy"

Cream - "Tales Of Brave Ulysses"(Clapton rules, Disraeli Gears is another great record))

Led Zep - "...many times I've wondered how much there is to know...",live version,(can't think of the title right now)

David Bowie - "Panic In Detroit"(just caught the end)

Whitesnake - "Still Of The Night"

Ted Nugent - "Free For All"

Queensryche - "Jet City Woman"

Van Halen - "Hot For Teacher"

Judas Priest - "Livin' After Midnight"

Aerosmith - "Permanent Vacation"

Led Zep - "Heartbreaker/Livin, Lovin' Maid(She's Just A Woman)

Black Sabbath - "Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath"(Another of my favorite tunes)

Stevie Ray Vaughn - "Love Struck Baby"

Sweet - "Ballroom Blitz"

Lamb of God - "Laid To Rest"

North Mississippi Allstars - "Po' Black Maddie > Skinny Woman..."(great band)

Blood, Sweat and Tears - "Spinnin' Wheel"

Beach Boys - "Fun, Fun, Fun"(I would 'a' turned this but it was B's call)

The Beatles - "I'm Only Sleeping"

Ronny Elliot - "When Idols Fall"

Testament - "Sins Of Omission"

Down - "Lifer"

Thin Lizzy - "Cowboy Song"(Jailbreak's a great album)

Yngwie Malmsteen - "Little Savage"

Then we watched the game.

...Monday night:

Free - The album, "Fire and Water", in it's entirety

Bad Company - Self-titled album, in its entirety.

Blind Melon -

"Tones of Home"
"I Wonder"
"Paper Scratcher"
"Dear ol' Dad"
"Change" (kick-ass tune)
"No Rain"

That's it!  :smile:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 07, 2006, 11:02:00 PM
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Led Zep - "...many times I've wondered how much there is to know...",live version,(can't think of the title right now)
That would be "Over the Hills and Far Away" from Houses of the Holy.

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North Mississippi Allstars - "Po' Black Maddie > Skinny Woman..."(great band)

Yes they are...John Hiatt is great!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 07, 2006, 11:02:00 PM
Jimmy Reed - High and Lonesome, Big Boss Man, Found Love
Some cool live shit by Hound Dog Taylor
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 07, 2006, 11:02:00 PM
Ravonettes - Pretty In Black
Sisters of Mercy - Floodland
Cure - Disintegration
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 07, 2006, 11:08:00 PM
Pirate, how the hell did you remember all that???
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 07, 2006, 11:20:00 PM
It's all the pot that he smokes webxrawler.  :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 07, 2006, 11:47:00 PM
I'm listening to Black Sabbath - N.I.B

I just got around to hooking up my new computer speakers. Shelled out $100 for Bose ones. I figured why not because I have previously had 3 sets of speakers that turn to junk in several months. So lets hope these stay alive for a long time.

Getting ready to listen to some podcasts my friend recommended.

http://www.cushrocks.com (http://www.cushrocks.com)
A great talk show, just one guy who's into music and has a great take on life and some insightful knowledge.

http://www.danklass.com/pill/ (http://www.danklass.com/pill/)
The Bitterest Pill. The Dan Klass Show: Comedy, commentary and music from a stay-at-home dad/shut in
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 07, 2006, 11:47:00 PM
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On 2006-02-07 20:20:00, Anonymous wrote:

"It's all the pot that he smokes webxrawler.  :lol: "


Share the wealth Pirate!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 07, 2006, 11:54:00 PM
Webcrawler, thanks for posting some links for us insomniacs. Perhaps you should change your name to nightcrawler.  :grin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 07, 2006, 11:59:00 PM
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On 2006-02-07 20:54:00, Froderik wrote:

"Webcrawler, thanks for posting some links for us insomniacs. Perhaps you should change your name to nightcrawler.  ::cheers::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 08, 2006, 01:38:00 PM
The Who-A Quick One While He's Away.... (from the Rolling Stones' Rock & Roll Circus)

UFO-Strangers In The Night

Little Walter-"Hate To See You Go"

The Hives--"Die, Alright!"

Raveonettes--"Attack Of The Ghost Riders"

Roky Erickson--"Nothing In Return" (Little Steven's Underground Garage has been pretty much Zen Radio lately, I'll think about, talk about, or hear about a band and they will get airplay within a day or so.  Damn weird.)

The Cramps--"Human Fly"

The Mooney Suzuki--"Legal High"

Broadzilla--Lady Luck (thnx fer the RAWK, wc)

Detroit Cobras, Pussy Galore, Dirtbombs, and others on a mix CD someone gave me.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 08, 2006, 03:55:00 PM
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The Who-A Quick One While He's Away.... (from the Rolling Stones' Rock & Roll Circus)
A great performance by The Who. I have that movie on VHS.

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Roky Erickson--"Nothing In Return" (Little Steven's Underground Garage has been pretty much Zen Radio lately, I'll think about, talk about, or hear about a band and they will get airplay within a day or so. Damn weird.)
You must be in tune with them on a molecular level in the same way that I am... :smile:

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Pussy Galore

I saw them open for Reptile House back in 1985. Good band. I like Jon Spencer.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 08, 2006, 03:56:00 PM
The Foo Fighters (self titled)
Sheryl Crow--The Globe Sessions
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 08, 2006, 04:12:00 PM
So far.....

Cro-Mags - Near Death Experience

Cro-Mags - Revenge

Madball - Legacy  ::rocker::

My friend if you are reading I'll call you back tonight. Got your messages. I'm about to go back out.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 08, 2006, 08:10:00 PM
Hank III - Lovesick, Broke, & Driftin

(http://http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y45/freefoodlady/th_HankIII.jpg) (http://http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y45/freefoodlady/HankIII.jpg)

 (Just look how damn sexy he is!!!)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 08, 2006, 11:54:00 PM
Bob Dylan - Knocking On Heaven's Door
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 09, 2006, 02:27:00 AM
How come "something you listened to today" got locked ??  How can a thread get too long ??  I don't understand.


Led Zep - The album "Houses of the Holy"(on vinyl), in its entirety.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 09, 2006, 02:28:00 AM
O, but I guess you knew that was me...huh ??
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 09, 2006, 09:05:00 AM
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How come "something you listened to today" got locked ?? How can a thread get too long ?? I don't understand.

You ever notice that "error connecting to the database" message that comes up on the "I just" thread? This seems to happen only on longer threads like that one, and it was starting to happen on the other "something" thread.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 09, 2006, 11:38:00 AM
O, thanks for clearin'that up for me Frod.  Rock On!!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 09, 2006, 11:01:00 PM
Jay Z & Linkin Park - Collision Course

The Clash - The Essential Clash (disk 2)

Santana - Best of
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 10, 2006, 10:15:00 AM
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The Clash - The Essential Clash (disk 2)

I have a three-disk set called "Clash on Broadway" never heard of Essential Clash..how many disks is it?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 10, 2006, 12:17:00 PM
Doobie Brothers - Black Water
Lush--Gala
Captain Chesapeake- electric practice at guilford & federal
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 10, 2006, 03:18:00 PM
Dar Williams--"Comfortably Numb" (yep, the Pink Floyd song.  She do it real purty like, too)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 10, 2006, 04:44:00 PM
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On 2006-02-10 07:15:00, Anonymous wrote:

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The Clash - The Essential Clash (disk 2)

I have a three-disk set called "Clash on Broadway" never heard of Essential Clash..how many disks is it? "


2 disks.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 10, 2006, 04:45:00 PM
Lots of gospel music (been at church all day for a funeral)

Now I'm in the mood to go find my Shirley Ceaser cd.  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 10, 2006, 06:36:00 PM
Tupac- Niggers rock the globe
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 10, 2006, 09:21:00 PM
Rod Stewart - "You Wear It Well"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 10, 2006, 11:18:00 PM
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On 2006-02-10 15:36:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Tupac- Niggers rock the globe"


 :tup: I recommend Thug Life and All Eyes On Me  :tup: 2 of my favorite recordings of Pac.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 10, 2006, 11:19:00 PM
Black Sabbath - "Killing Yourself to Live"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 10, 2006, 11:21:00 PM
Brenda's Got a Baby from Pac just came on right after I posted.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 11, 2006, 01:32:00 AM
Mairead Nesbitt - Raining Up
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 11, 2006, 02:32:00 AM
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On 2006-02-05 18:04:00, Froderik wrote:

"Little Feat--Sailin' Shoes

Little Feat--The Last Record Album

"


Little Feat is a great band, seen 'em about 3 times, but of course Lowell was way dead by then.  You never hear them on the radio.  They are way under-rated.  Whenever the heady kids come to party with me at my house an' I put  some ol' Little Feat on the turntable they can't believe it and don't understand how they never heard of 'em.  Same goes for Robert Palmers' classic album: "Sneakin' Sally Thru the Alley", although I do hear that very ocaisionally on the air.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 11, 2006, 10:01:00 AM
I share the same birthdate as Lowell. His ashes were scattered in the Pacific Ocean from his fishing boat. Yes they were and still are way under-rated. Most musicians with any knowledge or taste would tell you the same.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 11, 2006, 12:40:00 PM
Anthrax- Bring the Noise
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 11, 2006, 04:00:00 PM
my bloody valentine - loveless (http://http://www.p2p-zone.com/underground/images/smilies/pinklove2.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 11, 2006, 04:36:00 PM
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On 2006-02-11 13:00:00, Frank Discussion wrote:

"my bloody valentine - loveless (http://http://www.p2p-zone.com/underground/images/smilies/pinklove2.gif)"
Superb!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 11, 2006, 08:56:00 PM
Roxx Gang - Things You've Never Done Before
Ramones - Mania
Faster Pussycat - Whipped!
Sister's Of Mercy - Floodland
Killers - Hot Fuss
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 11, 2006, 09:12:00 PM
Pink Floyd--Obscured by Clouds (on LP)
Eva Cassidy - Who Knows Where the Time Goes?
Bob Dylan - Masters of War
Rolling Stones - Fool to Cry
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 12, 2006, 01:45:00 AM
While driving on icy highways with blowing snow  this morning trying to stay alive in the middle lane sandwiched between SUV's with Starbucks caffienated surburban sprawl lunatics going 90 MPH in the Detroit suburbs and praying to stay alive I was listening to Pink Floyd - The Wall.

Too busy trying to stay alive to even dare reach for another cd.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 12, 2006, 03:27:00 AM
Webcrawler(shakin' my head)...I worry about you too.

Today:

Yusef Lateef - "The Blue Yusef Lateef" (LP)

CTI Summer Jazz series; featuring: George Benson, Grover Washington jr., Freddie Hubbard and Milt Jackson - "Live One At the Hollywood Bowl":

1) "Grits Bowl"
2) "Inner City Blues/What's Goin' On" (Marvin Gaye cover)
3)"California Dreamin"(tight cover of the Mamas and the Papas)
4)"First Light"

Art Farmer w/Yusef Lateef and the Dave Mathews(not the Dave Mathews you're pro'ly thinkin' of) Big Band:

1)"Spandu"
2)"Spain"

Live Canned Heat:
(scored this at the Sal for only 50 cents. It didn't have no case.  I brought it home and promptly re-recorded it.)

1)"(When Things Go Wrong) It Hurts Me Too"
2)"I'd Rather Be the Devil"
3)"Wish You Would"
4)"Dust My Broom"
5)"Sweet 16"
6)"Bullfrog Blues"

Dragonfly(not his real name, he's a str8 survivor) - Grieving In Woodfin:

1)"Daddy Why"
2)"Precious Life"
3)"Taking Flight"
4)"This Game"
5)"2 Pear Trees"

Then about 10pm I walked about a half mile down E. Washington st. to the Villanova Inn, which is a small, strictly  blues bar and there's never a cover.  I caught Glen Pavone and the Cyclones.  They're outta Pittsburgh.  I had seen 'em once about 11 years ago down at Genes', 'cross the Mon' river and thru the ol' liberty tubes from the city, which the drummer tol' me aint 'round no mo', Genes' that is not the city, I think Pittsburgh is still in the same place.  I knew they would tear the joint down and I was not dissapointed.  Uhh...I don't have a set list, but they did play 3 sets and featured such standards as "Little Wing" and "Voo-doo Chil'".  I think they played some obscure Beatles tune and a couple S.R.V. songs, and some stuff I had never heard.  There were a lot of musicians in the crowd and no shortage of sexxxy women there all dancin and shakin' what they got.  The last set was the best.  They had the room mesmerized by then and were playin' a lot of slow and languid instrumental blues...you know stuff that requires a lot 'a' touch.  Fuckin nice.  I cut out as soon as they were done. Stayin' outta trouble don't'cha know.

 ::dove::


.

 [ This Message was edited by: starry-eyed pirate on 2006-02-12 00:55 ]
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on February 12, 2006, 03:42:00 AM
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On 2006-02-11 17:56:00, Nonconformistlaw wrote:

Sister's Of Mercy - Floodland
Killers - Hot Fuss"


Me too.
G.M.T.A.
Floodland is  a GREAT road trippin cd...LOVE IT!!!
Tell me your favorite songs from floodland.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 12, 2006, 03:28:00 PM
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On 2006-02-11 22:45:00, webcrawler wrote:

"While driving on icy highways with blowing snow  this morning trying to stay alive in the middle lane sandwiched between SUV's with Starbucks caffienated surburban sprawl lunatics going 90 MPH in the Detroit suburbs and praying to stay alive I was listening to Pink Floyd - The Wall.



Too busy trying to stay alive to even dare reach for another cd.



"
Thats too fucking funny! :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 12, 2006, 04:38:00 PM
Hellacopters--Grande Rock (Kind of a Swedish version of the Supersuckers, they RAWK)

Motorhead--"Orgasmatron", "Killed By Death", "Bomber", "No Class", "Born To Raise Hell", and of course, "Ace of Spades"

Alice In Chains--"Got Me Wrong", "Would?", "Heaven Beside You", "Dem Bones", "Down In A Hole"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 12, 2006, 04:40:00 PM
Anybody hear about a Layne Staley tribute show with the members of AIC playing with different singers (Maynard from Tool, Mark Lanagan from Sreaming Trees, etc.)?  A dude I know claims to have seen it somewhere.......can't seem to find it.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 12, 2006, 04:49:00 PM
An old upright piano I was playin' at my sister's.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Rock&Roll Nigger on February 12, 2006, 05:02:00 PM
Yo, Frank, nice threads!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Rock&Roll Nigger on February 12, 2006, 05:18:00 PM
"I Talk to the Wind", "21st Century Schizoid Man"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 12, 2006, 05:48:00 PM
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On 2006-02-12 13:40:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Anybody hear about a Layne Staley tribute show with the members of AIC playing with different singers (Maynard from Tool, Mark Lanagan from Sreaming Trees, etc.)?  A dude I know claims to have seen it somewhere.......can't seem to find it."
No, but if this is true, it must be SICK with Maynard singing ! New TOOL album this spring I hear...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 12, 2006, 07:13:00 PM
Grateful Dead

Tool
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 12, 2006, 07:16:00 PM
A friend tol' me that Blind Faith recently released a new C.D. of previously unreleased material.  This is great news because Blind Faith is one hell of a band and up to this point their entire discography contains only 6 songs.  I just thought I'd put the word out.  Have fun an' enjoy.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Rock&Roll Nigger on February 12, 2006, 08:26:00 PM
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On 2006-02-04 11:51:00, Frank Discussion wrote:



Queensryche--Operation: mindcrime"


That's a pretty good 80s metal album, have you ever heard Voivod?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 12, 2006, 11:19:00 PM
Blondie - Heart of Glass
Blondie RAWKS!  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 12, 2006, 11:35:00 PM
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On 2006-02-12 17:26:00, Rock&Roll Nigger wrote:

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On 2006-02-04 11:51:00, Frank Discussion wrote:





Queensryche--Operation: mindcrime"




That's a pretty good 80s metal album, have you ever heard Voivod?"

Yeah some dudes were into them when i was in str8. They were ok from what I can recall...very little.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 12, 2006, 11:36:00 PM
Pink Floyd--More
Alice Cooper--Pretties for You (not one of his best, but a good enough attempt at psychedelia)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 13, 2006, 11:14:00 AM
Neil Young--"A Man Needs A Maid"

Eric Burdon--"When I Was Young"

Monkees--"Porpoise Song" (theme from Head)

Beatles--"Rain"

High Dials--"Fields In Glass" (Montreal garage/psych band)

Ramones--"Do You Remember Rock and Roll Radio?"

Jackie DeShannon--"When You Walk In THe Room"

Sugartwins--"For You" (Contemporary garage band w/femme vox, recommended for lyrical content and smooth production)

Mick Jagger w/ Ry Cooder--"Memo From Turner" (from the film Performance, too fucking cool)

Crystals--"Then He Kissed Me"

Reigning Sound--"I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys (Than A Girl Like You)"

Motorhead--"Orgasmatron", "Metropolis", and some others listed yesterday, from an extended version live album)

rtp2k3



"I'm an RTP Head! I follow him all over the country in a VW van, selling drugs and bumper stickers and wearing t-shirts with his name on them."
---some druggie piece of shit
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 13, 2006, 11:32:00 AM
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On 2006-02-12 20:19:00, webcrawler wrote:

"Blondie - Heart of Glass

Blondie RAWKS!  :tup: "


I like their cover of the Nerves' song "Hanging On the Telephone".  Also "X-Offender", "Kung Fu Girls" , and "Rip Her To Shreds"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 13, 2006, 01:39:00 PM
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"I'm an RTP Head! I follow him all over the country in a VW van, selling drugs and bumper stickers and wearing t-shirts with his name on them."
---some druggie piece of shit

 :lol: I guess the stickers and shirts have dancing tophats + eyeballs on them.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 13, 2006, 02:57:00 PM
The Grassroots - Let's Live for Today
Bob & Sam Springer - Dueling Banjos
The Stanley Brothers - Orange Blossom Special
Flatt & Scruggs - Foggy Mountain Breakdown (used in the 1967 movie Bonnie and Clyde)
Bill Emerson - Runnin' Wild
Bill Emerson - Lonesome Road Blues
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 13, 2006, 10:17:00 PM
Blue Oyster Cult--On Your Feet Or On Your Knees

Tool--Aenama
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 13, 2006, 10:43:00 PM
Primer 55 - Introduction to Mayhem
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 13, 2006, 11:25:00 PM
Grateful Dead--American Beauty
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 13, 2006, 11:36:00 PM
Rolling Stones--Emotional Rescue
Henry Purcell - Fantasias for viols
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 14, 2006, 01:35:00 AM
So glad I decided to stay up and tune into punk radio cast  :tup:

Crass - White Punks on Hope
The Buzz - Sick at Heart
The Vibrators - I Need a Slave
The Squad - Red Alert
The Unwanted - Withdrawl
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 14, 2006, 12:05:00 PM
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On 2006-02-13 22:35:00, webcrawler wrote:



The Vibrators - I Need a Slave



Good stuff, my band used to cover that one occasionally.

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 14, 2006, 02:28:00 PM
The Who - Eminence Front
Neil Young - World on a String
»»»------ t o d a y:
P.I.L. - Flowers of Romance
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 15, 2006, 12:06:00 AM
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On 2006-02-14 11:28:00, Frank Discussion wrote:

"The Who - Eminence Front
"


Fuck yeah, great tune...maybe their best, my favorite anyway.

Emmy Lou Harris(former back-up singer for Little Feat) - "Lodi"(sweet cover of J.Fogerty)

G'n'R - "Sweet Child 'a' Mine"

Yes - "Owner of a Lonely Heart"

Motley Crue - "Too Young to Fall In Love"(now this is some good Crue, IMO they went to shit after the Shout at the Devil album)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 15, 2006, 12:13:00 AM
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On 2006-02-14 21:06:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:



Motley Crue - "Too Young to Fall In Love"(now this is some good Crue, IMO they went to shit after the Shout at the Devil album)"


I agree. They went pretty soft.

Rumor has it that when Tommy Lee came here to host his Superbowl party he got slapped for talking trash about Kid Rock and Detroit.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 15, 2006, 12:34:00 AM
Ramones - The KKK took my Baby Away
patti smith group - rock n roll nigger
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 15, 2006, 04:56:00 PM
I was in my truck on my way to K-mart when I heard one of those joke songs, ya know...This one was sung to the tune of "Jamies Got A Gun" by Aerosmith only it was "CHENEYS' Got A Gun".  I can't remember how it all went now, but damn it was hysterical.  Anyone else heard this yet ?? It'd be great if someone could post the lyrics...

So then as I'm pullin' inta the K-mart lot you know, and like CD93.3 outta Cleveland(formerly the wolf) is about to go to a commercial break and they tell you what artists will be featured in the next set and they mention Kenny Wayne Sheppard.  So I think to myself: "Now that's a tune I love...I wonder if I should sit here in my truck until I hear it and then go inta the store or take my chances and try to be quick so I don't miss it".  I decide I'm gonna go for it.  I went inta the store, took care of my business an' got back to my truck just in time to hear:

Kenny Wayne Sheppard - "Blue On Black...Tears on a river...Push on a shove...It don't mean much...Joker on a jack...Match on a fire...Cold on ice as/is(??) the dead mans' touch...Whisper on a scream...Doesn't change a thing-ing...Won't bring you ba-a-ack.  Blue on Bla-ack!..."

Now this is some serious, aint foolin' 'round lay down electic blues.  Maybe my favorite tune for the last year, although I do like those Commodres still too.

Yeah! I run a tight ship! HUH!!

 ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 15, 2006, 06:07:00 PM
Godsmack- Running Blind
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 15, 2006, 06:13:00 PM
I bought my mom that Kenny Wayne Shepard cd with Blue on Black for x-mas last year. Great stuff!  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 15, 2006, 06:13:00 PM
I bought my mom that Kenny Wayne Shepard cd with Blue on Black for x-mas last year. Great stuff!  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 15, 2006, 06:15:00 PM
12 more posts till "mid-life crisis" poster! Get to it Webcrawler, you sexy ass bitch! :wink:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 15, 2006, 06:28:00 PM
Butthole Surfers - Independent Worm Saloon
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 15, 2006, 08:42:00 PM
Thankfully I can say I hit my midlife crisis posting mostly about music.  :tup: )
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 15, 2006, 08:44:00 PM
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On 2006-02-15 15:15:00, Anonymous wrote:

"12 more posts till "mid-life crisis" poster! Get to it Webcrawler, you sexy ass bitch! :wink: "


Why thank you! Do I get any clues about you?  :wink:  :razz:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 15, 2006, 09:13:00 PM
Just know that you rock my life, Webcrawler of love.  :wink:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 15, 2006, 09:42:00 PM
neil young & crazy horse--greendale
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 15, 2006, 10:03:00 PM
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On 2006-02-15 17:42:00, webcrawler wrote:

"Noize Boyz - Peace is Gonna Make Me... (thanks NCL  :tup: )"

What did you think of it?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 15, 2006, 10:06:00 PM
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On 2006-02-15 19:03:00, Nonconformistlaw wrote:

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On 2006-02-15 17:42:00, webcrawler wrote:


"Noize Boyz - Peace is Gonna Make Me... (thanks NCL  :tup: )"


What did you think of it?"


I liked it.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on February 15, 2006, 10:09:00 PM
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On 2006-02-12 00:42:00, Second Skin wrote:

Quote
On 2006-02-11 17:56:00, Nonconformistlaw wrote:

Sister's Of Mercy - Floodland
Killers - Hot Fuss"
Me too.
G.M.T.A.
Floodland is  a GREAT road trippin cd...LOVE IT!!!
Tell me your favorite songs from floodland."

I love the entire CD....but of course, 'This Corrosion' is still prolly my fave. (http://http://www.websmileys.com/sm/cool/721.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 15, 2006, 11:57:00 PM
Bob Marley - Africa Unite: The Singles Collection
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 16, 2006, 12:59:00 AM
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On 2006-02-15 20:57:00, Froderik wrote:

"Bob Marley - Africa Unite: The Singles Collection"


I don't know that one.  Whats the song list Frod ??
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 16, 2006, 01:03:00 AM
Well, I don't know...but I WILL tell ya that there's this version of "Get Up, Stand Up" recorded under the title of, "Stand Up Jamrock" that is way psychedelic and I had never heard it before tonight! Very cool rendition of that tune! Guess I lucked out when i went to the local library today!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 16, 2006, 01:07:00 AM
Is it a recent release, whats the copyright date ??
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 16, 2006, 01:14:00 AM
2005. Frod.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 16, 2006, 01:17:00 AM
Thanx...I'll keep my eyes an' ears open for it.  Sounds interestin'

-pirate
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 16, 2006, 05:14:00 PM
Included in Q's Best Metal Albums Of All Time - Officially the heaviest album ever made....displaying an overwhelming preoccupation with death and Satan...


Slayer- Reign In Blood
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 16, 2006, 07:29:00 PM
Hawkwind--"Space Is Deep"

more Motorhead

Aerosmith--a few off of Toys In The Attic

Blve Oyster Cvlt--Secret Treaties
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Short Bus on February 16, 2006, 10:34:00 PM
Of A Revolution- Crazy Game Of Poker


Please download and listen to it, excellent poker and drinking jam!!!!! Fuck yeah!!!!!1 :wave:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Short Bus on February 16, 2006, 10:35:00 PM
You may hafta look under OAR as the bands name...its short obviously for "OF A REVOLUTION" Great bluesy rockin shit, great hit w the college beer bong crowd
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 17, 2006, 12:17:00 AM
Grateful Dead - (5-21-77) Fire on the Mountain
Lucinda Williams--Live @ The Fillmore
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 17, 2006, 12:06:00 PM
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On 2006-02-16 21:17:00, Froderik wrote:

"Grateful Dead - (5-21-77) Fire on the Mountain

Lucinda Williams--Live @ The Fillmore"


That's considered by many to be the definative version of "Fire On the Mountain".

Lucinda rocks my world.  I remember seeing her on Letterman once, she was wearing a New York Dolls t-shirt.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 17, 2006, 04:18:00 PM
Ozzy - "Flyin' High Again"

Pearl Jam - "Daughter"

Eagles - "Life In the Fast Lane"

Queen - "Killer Queen"

G'n'R - "Nov. Rain"

Red Hot Chilli Peppers - "Can't Stop"(this band has mamaged to continue to put out good music throughout their career)

Humble Pie - "30 Days In the Hole"(Thank God for Rock-n-Roll!!)

Molly Hatchet - "Dreams"

Eric Clapton - "Cocaine"

Rainbow - "Man On the Silver Mountain"(good solid tune)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 18, 2006, 07:38:00 AM
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On 2006-02-14 21:06:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

Quote

On 2006-02-14 11:28:00, Frank Discussion wrote:
The Who - Eminence Front




Fuck yeah, great tune...maybe their best, my favorite anyway.

Is that Pete Townsend singing on that one?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 18, 2006, 04:02:00 PM
Scorpions- Wind Of Change
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 18, 2006, 06:32:00 PM
Urge Overkill--Americruiser
Butthole Surfers - Who Was In My Room Last Night? ::rocker:: :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 18, 2006, 09:35:00 PM
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On 2006-02-17 13:18:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"Ozzy - "Flyin' High Again"



Pearl Jam - "Daughter"



Eagles - "Life In the Fast Lane"



Queen - "Killer Queen"



G'n'R - "Nov. Rain"



Red Hot Chilli Peppers - "Can't Stop"(this band has mamaged to continue to put out good music throughout their career)



Humble Pie - "30 Days In the Hole"(Thank God for Rock-n-Roll!!)



Molly Hatchet - "Dreams"



Eric Clapton - "Cocaine"



Rainbow - "Man On the Silver Mountain"(good solid tune)"
Superb playlist dude..
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 18, 2006, 09:59:00 PM
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On 2006-02-18 04:38:00, Anonymous wrote:

"
Quote

On 2006-02-14 21:06:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:


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On 2006-02-14 11:28:00, Frank Discussion wrote:
The Who - Eminence Front







Fuck yeah, great tune...maybe their best, my favorite anyway.

Is that Pete Townsend singing on that one?"


Hmmm...not sure, never really thought about it and unfortunately it's not in my library so I can't even check.  Sorry.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 18, 2006, 10:06:00 PM
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On 2006-02-18 18:35:00, Anonymous wrote:

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On 2006-02-17 13:18:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:


"Ozzy - "Flyin' High Again"





Pearl Jam - "Daughter"





Eagles - "Life In the Fast Lane"





Queen - "Killer Queen"





G'n'R - "Nov. Rain"





Red Hot Chilli Peppers - "Can't Stop"(this band has managed to continue to put out good music throughout their career)





Humble Pie - "30 Days In the Hole"(Thank God for Rock-n-Roll!!)





Molly Hatchet - "Dreams"





Eric Clapton - "Cocaine"





Rainbow - "Man On the Silver Mountain"(good solid tune)"

Superb playlist dude.."


Thanks, but it was just a matter of turnin' the tuner back an' forth between a couple stations.  Although I will say CD 93.3 outta Cleveland does pack a wicked punch, an' 2 thirds of these tunes were off their frequency.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
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Post by: teachback on February 19, 2006, 08:52:00 PM
Henry Purcell - Fantasias for viol
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Butthole Surfers--Independent Worm Saloon
ZZ Top - Cheap Sunglasses
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 19, 2006, 11:13:00 PM
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Westtexascon on February 20, 2006, 09:40:00 AM
hell yeah rock on!!!!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 20, 2006, 06:28:00 PM
Fugazi - Repeater
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: fuckbuddy on February 20, 2006, 09:27:00 PM
Emmylou Harris - Time in Babylon + Jupiter Rising
Jane's Addiction--Nothing's Shocking (side 2)
Emmylou Harris--Spyboy
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 20, 2006, 10:28:00 PM
Radio Birdman--"Smith & Wesson Blues"

Velvet Underground--Loaded
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 21, 2006, 01:59:00 AM
Iron Maiden - "Number of the Beast"(On the radio no less: CD 93.3 Cleveland  :nworthy:)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: fuckbuddy on February 21, 2006, 06:38:00 PM
Joni Mitchell--Court & Spark
Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
The Raveonettes--Pretty In Black
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 21, 2006, 08:33:00 PM
Black Flag - The First Four Years

One more post to go before I hit my Fornits midlife crisis! YEE HAW!!!!!! Will the next one be me telling someone off? Will it be about music? Will it be a response to a post? Stay tuned.....
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 21, 2006, 10:55:00 PM
The Hives--"I Got The Poison"

The Hives--"Die, Alright!"

Rezillos--"Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonight", "Flying Saucer Attack", "My Baby Does Good Sculptures"

Richard Hell & the Voidoids--"Blank Generation", "Love Comes In Spurts"

The Stranglers--"Tank", "Toiler On THe Sea", "Bring On The Nubiles"

Hellacopters--"Where The Action Is"

Blue Oyster Cult--"Hot Raols To Hell", "Seven Screaming Diz-busters"

Nervous Eaters--"Loretta"

Mink DeVille--"Let Me Dream If I Want To"

X-"Los Angeles"

Then some Chet Baker stuff and some Leadbelly after I got home, including "Gallis Pole" that Led Zeppelin ripped off from him on Led Zeppelin III.  They also were successfully sued by Willie Dixon for doin' the same thing to him.   Thievin' bastards.  At least Clapton (god bless his lil 12Steppin' heart) and the Stones (god bless their dope addicted Satanic majesties) had the decency to credit the writers of the songs they covered.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 21, 2006, 10:57:00 PM
I have been informed that the name of the Hives song is "Antidote".  Check they lyrics thread.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 22, 2006, 12:42:00 AM
Just finished listening to Mondo Cane an old Flint band. Downloaded the last of their songs. I have a friend that has been putting all the old Flint bands online so people can download the music.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 22, 2006, 01:15:00 AM
KING CRIMSON - The Power To Believe
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 22, 2006, 01:27:00 AM
Good to see you are awake Frank!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 22, 2006, 01:33:00 AM
Yo!

Grand Funk's from Flint.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 06:02:00 AM
Lita/Ozzy ~If I Close My Eyes Forever

Smashing Pumkins cover of ~ Landslide

Kix! ~ Walking Away

And MeOw!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 22, 2006, 10:04:00 AM
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Rezillos--"Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonight"
A good punk band from Scotland. I have that song & the album that it's on somewhere on cassette.

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X-"Los Angeles"

An all-time fav..what a great album!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 12:12:00 PM
Queen--"Dragon Attack" (sickest bass line ever played by whitey, and possibly even brothers), "'39", "The Prophet's Song", "Tie Your Mother Down", the live version of "We Will Rock You" (much faster and not as overplayed as the single version)

Rolling Stones--live bootleg of a show I saw in Tampa in '99.  Highlights include "Moonlight Mile", "Respectable, "Live With me", "Some Girls", and 'Sympathy For The Devil"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 22, 2006, 12:32:00 PM
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Highlights include "Moonlight Mile", "Respectable, "Live With me", "Some Girls", and 'Sympathy For The Devil"

All great songs!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 06:01:00 PM
Ozzy - Goodbye to Romance....Great tune, man...Great mellow tune to drink some frosty ones to.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 22, 2006, 08:17:00 PM
Santana - Moonflower(double album)which includes a kick-ass cover of "She's Not There"(Is this a Zombies cover or an Argent cover ??  The record label credits it to R. Argent.  Was he a member of the Zombies ??)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 10:06:00 PM
CHIMAIRA- THE DEHUMANIZING PROCESS..
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 10:42:00 PM
Alice in chains- ROOSTER
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 10:47:00 PM
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On 2006-02-22 17:17:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"Santana - Moonflower(double album)which includes a kick-ass cover of "She's Not There"(Is this a Zombies cover or an Argent cover ??  The record label credits it to R. Argent.  Was he a member of the Zombies ??)"


Yep, Rod Argent was in the Zombies, who are also known for the song "Time Of The Season".  Later on, he had a hit with the song "Hold Your Head Up".

Moonflower is a great record, I really like the band line-up on that one, particularly Alex Ligertwood, the vocalist.   He was in another band called Oblivion Express that was kind of a keyboard-heavy Santana-influenced band.

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 10:48:00 PM
more live Motorhead

The Stooges--Fun House

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 22, 2006, 11:12:00 PM
Led Zeppelin--"Nobody's Fault But Mine", "Candy Store Rock", "For Your Life"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 23, 2006, 12:33:00 AM
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On 2006-02-22 19:47:00, Anonymous wrote:

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On 2006-02-22 17:17:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:


"Santana - Moonflower(double album)which includes a kick-ass cover of "She's Not There"(Is this a Zombies cover or an Argent cover ??  The record label credits it to R. Argent.  Was he a member of the Zombies ??)"




Yep, Rod Argent was in the Zombies, who are also known for the song "Time Of The Season".  Later on, he had a hit with the song "Hold Your Head Up".



Moonflower is a great record, I really like the band line-up on that one, particularly Alex Ligertwood, the vocalist.   He was in another band called Oblivion Express that was kind of a keyboard-heavy Santana-influenced band.



rtp2k3"


Cool.  Thanx.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 23, 2006, 01:02:00 AM
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On 2006-02-22 20:12:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Led Zeppelin--"Nobody's Fault But Mine", "Candy Store Rock", "For Your Life""

Presence is a good one.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on February 23, 2006, 01:44:00 AM
Kasabian-Kasabian
Morrisey-You Are the Quarry [Clean]
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 23, 2006, 01:58:00 AM
neil young and crazy horse - greendale
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 23, 2006, 06:57:00 AM
Hank Williams III--Outlaw Rising

Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper & Stephen Stills--Super Session (contains the coolest version of Donovan's "Season of the Witch" ever recorded)

Motorhead--No Remorse

Grateful Dead--American Beauty

Blue Oyster Cult--Some Enchanted Evening

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 23, 2006, 08:35:00 AM
Kings of Leon--"Molly's Chambers"

Yeah Yeah Yeahs--"Maps"

Ween--"Transdermal Celebration"

The Cure--"End of the World"

The Hives--"Hate To Say I Told You So"

White Stripes--"Doorbell"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 23, 2006, 03:40:00 PM
Tony Scott, Shinichi Yuize and Hozan Yamamoto - Music For Zen Meditation(LP)

The Mighty Diamonds - Right Time(entire CD)

"The Harder They Come" original soundtrack recording*, which features:

1)Jimmy Cliff - "You Can Get It If You Really Want It"
2)Scotty - "Draw Your Brakes"
3)The Melodians - "Rivers of Babylon"
4)Jimmy Cliff - "Many Rivers To Cross"
5)The Maytals - "Sweet and Dandy"
6)Jimmy Cliff - "The Harder They Come"
7)Desmond Dekker - "Shanty Town"
 )The Maytals - "Pressure Drop"
9)Jimmy Cliff - "Sitting In Limbo"

*I highly reccomend this  classic reggae soundtrack to anyone interested in reggae music. If you like reggae and you don't have this your missin' out!

Santana - Self titled(LP),the one with the cover that's made up of human faces and a womans body combining to form the face of a lion.

Peace.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 23, 2006, 11:18:00 PM
Billie Holiday - Ultimate Legends

All kinds of good stuff from http://www.pandora.com (http://www.pandora.com)
I've been tweaking it to my tastes everytime I listen. If you know my email you can type it in and listen to my station.

Right now I'm listening to a pretty cool song from Tupac called "Ghetto Gospel" and Elton John is doing back up.  :tup:

Oh shit now I have to tell you Blondie's "Rapture" is playing.  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 24, 2006, 01:01:00 AM
Butthole Surfers--Locust Abortion Technician
The Fall--I Am Curious Oranj
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 24, 2006, 01:19:00 AM
The Germs - Complete Anthology

About to do the damn dishes at 1:19 AM. I hate washing dishes!   :flame:  :flame:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on February 24, 2006, 01:35:00 AM
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The Germs - Complete Anthology

 :tup: How did you like it? I used to love to listen to that band!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 24, 2006, 01:52:00 AM
Blind Melon - Self titled(entire CD)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 24, 2006, 02:24:00 AM
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On 2006-02-23 22:35:00, Frank Discussion wrote:

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The Germs - Complete Anthology

 :tup: How did you like it? I used to love to listen to that band!"


Great stuff  :tup: and my dishes are done! Whew!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 24, 2006, 06:38:00 PM
Something by Jurassic 5
Something else by the Killers
Another song by Social Distortion
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Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way (as loud as it would go)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 25, 2006, 12:08:00 AM
Some christian songs that I wasn't feeling. I prefer gospel. Funny how music varies in the way it is sang depending on what kind of church it is.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2006, 12:09:00 AM
therollingstonesabiggerbang
THE HIVES - TYRANNOSAURUS HIVES
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2006, 12:09:00 AM
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On 2006-02-24 21:08:00, webcrawler wrote:

"Some christian songs that I wasn't feeling. I prefer gospel. Funny how music varies in the way it is sang depending on what kind of church it is."

Amen, sister!  :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 25, 2006, 12:21:00 AM
String Cheese Incident - 4/17/02, Louisville,KY

String Cheese - 4/20/03, Live Oak Arkansas

Chicago Transit Authority - self titled double album(LP)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 25, 2006, 12:23:00 AM
String Cheese Incident - 4/17/02, Louisville,KY

String Cheese - 4/20/03, Live Oak, FL

Chicago Transit Authority - self titled double album(LP)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2006, 12:34:00 AM
Led Zeppelin - The Battle of Evermore, Misty Mountain Hop
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2006, 12:57:00 AM
Led Zeppelin - Four Sticks, Going to California, When The Levee Breaks (http://http://www.p2p-zone.com/underground/images/smilies/speaker.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 25, 2006, 02:15:00 AM
Bob Marley:

My Cup
Corner Stone
No Water
Rainbow Country
Natural Mystic
There She Goes
Mellow Mood
Treat You Right
Chances Are
Hammer
You Can't Do That To Me
How Many Times
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2006, 10:15:00 AM
Madonna--American Life  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 25, 2006, 06:26:00 PM
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On 2006-02-24 23:15:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"Bob Marley:



My Cup

Corner Stone

No Water

Rainbow Country

Natural Mystic

There She Goes

Mellow Mood

Treat You Right

Chances Are

Hammer

You Can't Do That To Me

How Many Times"
Um,mmmmm, you forgot "She's gone" WTF!! From Bob's album KAYA....
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2006, 06:40:00 PM
JERKY BOYS - "Stop Staring At Me"
Oasis--Don't Believe The Truth
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 25, 2006, 09:00:00 PM
String Cheese Incident - 4/17/02, Louisville, KY

Chicago Transit Authority(Chicago)(LP):

Free Form Guitar
South California Purples
I'm a Man
Prologue
Someday
Liberation

Rolling Stones: from Some Girls

Miss You
Some Girls

Rick Wakeman with the London Symphony Orchestra: The musical adaptation of Jules Vernes' novel, "Journey to the Centre of the Earth"(LP)

Santana: from the double LP: Moonflower

Dawn Go Within
Carnaval
Let the Children Play
Jugando
I'll Be Waiting
Zulu

Johhny Winter - Jumpin' Jack Flash

Sweathog - Hallelujah

Bruce Hornsby and the Range - 5/17/96, Metropol, Pittsburgh, PA:

The Way It Is
Scarlet Begonias

Free:
Fire and Water
Mr. Big(great early electric heavy blues rock, highly reccomended for those who like hard slow whiteboy blues/soul)

Grand Funk: Into the Sun(live)

Rod Stewart: Ever' Picture Tells A Story

Dave Mason: from "Certified Live" double LP
Feelin Alrigh
Pearly Queen
Show Me Some Affection
All Along the Watchtower

Ozzy: from "Speak of the Devil:
Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath
Iron Man/Children of the Grave
Paranoid

Van Halen: 1(Self titled LP)

Offspring:
Self Esteem
It'll Be a Long Time
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 25, 2006, 11:26:00 PM
at the bar......

Kinks-"I'm Not Like Everybody Else"

Pixies--"Monkey Gone To Heaven"

Santana--"Black Magic Woman"

....on the way to score

some George Jones stuff and "Sunday Morning Coming Down" by Johnny Cash

....after the score

Fleetwood Mac-- Live In Chicago (back when they were a blues band, w/ Peter Green playing guitar and doing vox, waaaaaay befor Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined them, hell even before Bob Welch ('Sentimental Lady', 'Hypnotized', & 'Ebony Eyes') joined them.  Good stuff, even though it doesn't have "Black Magic Woman", "Oh Well", "Rattlesnake Shake" or "Green Manalishi w/the Two-Pronged Crown" (covered by Judas Priest on Unleashed In The East).  Damn good stuff.


......getting on the mainline

"Born To Raise Hell" by Motorhead (came on random on the CD player, it was loud and sounded real good with a speedball ringing in my ears--Born to raise Hell, Born to raise Hell/We know how to do it and we do it real well....  Fucking three k4 dillies and a good bit of yay, realllly sweet shit, not the tweaky stuff, just the icicles in the vein to the numb explosion in the brain kinda yay, not some speedy school kid stash.  Yeah, baby.  Send more pills soon.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2006, 12:42:00 AM
Sonic Youth - "Sympathy for The Strawberry"
The Beach Boys--Pet Sounds
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2006, 01:38:00 AM
Limp Bizkit ~Break Stuff! It's just one of those days!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on February 26, 2006, 03:03:00 AM
A Sheryl Crow concert on PBS.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2006, 03:44:00 AM
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On 2006-02-25 15:40:00, Froderik wrote:

"JERKY BOYS - "Stop Staring At Me"

Oasis--Don't Believe The Truth"
Yeah, Auto mechanic, did racecars for 18 yeaz! :rofl:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2006, 04:08:00 AM
Are you the weed man?!?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 26, 2006, 02:02:00 PM
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On 2006-02-17 09:06:00, Anonymous wrote:

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On 2006-02-16 21:17:00, Froderik wrote:


"Grateful Dead - (5-21-77) Fire on the Mountain


Lucinda Williams--Live @ The Fillmore"


Lucinda rocks my world.  I remember seeing her on Letterman once, she was wearing a New York Dolls t-shirt."

Mine too! Does she also play the lead guitar on that stuff? :question:

Man, that is some fuckin' sweet Neil-Youngish stuff there on the 4th track (out of touch)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 26, 2006, 02:04:00 PM
Lucinda Williams--Live @ The Fillmore
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 26, 2006, 05:31:00 PM
Sonic Youth--Sonic Nurse
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2006, 09:00:00 PM
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On 2006-02-26 11:02:00, Froderik wrote:

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On 2006-02-17 09:06:00, Anonymous wrote:



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On 2006-02-16 21:17:00, Froderik wrote:





"Grateful Dead - (5-21-77) Fire on the Mountain





Lucinda Williams--Live @ The Fillmore"






Lucinda rocks my world.  I remember seeing her on Letterman once, she was wearing a New York Dolls t-shirt."


Mine too! Does she also play the lead guitar on that stuff? :question:



Man, that is some fuckin' sweet Neil-Youngish stuff there on the 4th track (out of touch) "


I believe she did play lead on the Letterman show, if I remember correctly.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2006, 09:05:00 PM
Nuggets compilation (cool comp of influential garage rock from the 60s; includes "You're Gonna Miss Me" by the 13th Floor Elevators, "Hey Joe" by the Leaves, "Baby Please Don't Go" by the Amboy Dukes (with a '3rd Stone From the Sun' tease from T. Nugent), The Seeds, The Count 5, and other mindblowing shit.  Also listened to some of Children of Nuggets a compilation of a bunch of modern garage bands who were influenced by the earlier ones.   Fucking great, can't get enough of that shit.

BTW, has anyone seen Queen with Paul Rogers (Bad Co.)singing for them?  They're playing near here soon and I was thinking abo8ut going.  Wondering if anybody's seen them on this tour.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2006, 09:06:00 PM
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On 2006-02-26 01:08:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Are you the weed man?!?"
I am the walrus.  Goo Goo Ka Choob.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 27, 2006, 02:41:00 PM
Alice Cooper - "School's Out"
Shelby Lynne - "Your Lies"
PJ Harvey--Uh Huh Her
Jerky Boys - "Burial Vaults" :rofl:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on February 28, 2006, 07:31:00 AM
Hank Williams III--{i]Outlaw Rising[/i]

Aerosmith--"Uncle Salty"

Cramps--"New Kind Of Kick"

Peter Schilling--"Major Tom (Coming Home)"

Peter Gabriel--"Games Without Frontiers"

Modest Mouse--"Bury Me With It"

White Stripes--"Denial Twist"

The Strokes--"You Only Live Once"

Arctic Monkeys--"I Bet You'd Look Good On the Dance Floor"

and other assorted stuff on Sirius.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on February 28, 2006, 05:10:00 PM
Heart - Little Queen
Heart - Love Alive  ::rainbow::
Nick Drake--Pink Moon
Tom Waits - Picture in a Frame
Bad Company - Feel Like Making Love
Be-Bop Deluxe - Twilight Capers
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 01, 2006, 12:10:00 AM
Tom Waits--Real Gone
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on March 01, 2006, 12:20:00 AM
Hole~ Celebrity Skin
Girls against boys~ Cruise Yourself
::rocker::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 01, 2006, 04:49:00 PM
Van Morrison - Greatest Hits album

Free - Hearbreaker album

String Cheese Incident: Compilation -

Blue Bossa
Take 5
Birdland
Chameleon
L.A. Woman
Gin and Juice
Pinball Wizard
Stir it up

Ozzy -

Symptom of the Universe
Snowblind...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2006, 04:52:00 PM
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Van Morrison - Greatest Hits album

What a great singer/songwriter. I have this one & I like it.. Have you ever listened to Astral Weeks?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2006, 04:53:00 PM
Elton John - Philadelphia Freedom
Eric Clapton - Let It Rain
John Lennon - Instant Karma
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on March 01, 2006, 05:01:00 PM
The Killers~ Hot Fuss
The Chameleons~ Script Of the Bridge
Beck~Guero
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 01, 2006, 05:04:00 PM
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On 2006-03-01 13:52:00, Froderik wrote:

"
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Van Morrison - Greatest Hits album

What a great singer/songwriter. I have this one & I like it.. Have you ever listened to Astral Weeks?"


Woops, sorry, actually it wasn't the "greatest hits" I just wrote that cause I didn't feel like runnin' downstairs to check the actual title.  The real, actual title is "The Best of Van Morrison".  I guess that's the last time I'll make an assumption like that.  I hope it don't hurt my credibility too much!!  :lol:

I love Van Morrison.  I agree with you.  He is an incredible artist, especially when he's had too much to drink and sings duets with Sinead O'Conner on Late Night.  Never heard "Astral Weeks", what's that ??
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 01, 2006, 05:11:00 PM
Warpigs !!!  Black Sabbath RULES the Cosmos!!!  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  :nworthy:  ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 01, 2006, 05:35:00 PM
Ozzy Osbourne - Speak of the Devil

This is a double live album recorded live at the Ritz in New York 9/26 an' 27/82.  It's all Black Sabbath originals and a super High energy show.  Ozzy talks to the crowd between every song and is obviously havin' a great time.  I love when he yells "Let's have a riot!!!" right between "The Wizard" an' "N.I.B."  His energy is so pure and real.  Long live the Ozzman!!! All glory to Black Sabbath!!!  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  :nworthy:  :nworthy:  :nworthy:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2006, 08:05:00 PM
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On 2006-03-01 14:11:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"Warpigs !!!  Black Sabbath RULES the Cosmos!!!  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  :nworthy:  ::dove:: "

YES they do! :tup:

"I just" listened to Killing Yourself To Live + Looking For Today from Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath!! (http://http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/teufel/devil-smiley-067.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2006, 08:08:00 PM
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On 2006-03-01 14:04:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

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On 2006-03-01 13:52:00, Froderik wrote:


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Van Morrison - Greatest Hits album


What a great singer/songwriter. I have this one & I like it.. Have you ever listened to Astral Weeks?"




Woops, sorry, actually it wasn't the "greatest hits" I just wrote that cause I didn't feel like runnin' downstairs to check the actual title.  The real, actual title is "The Best of Van Morrison".  I guess that's the last time I'll make an assumption like that.  I hope it don't hurt my credibility too much!!  :lol:



I love Van Morrison.  I agree with you.  He is an incredible artist, especially when he's had too much to drink and sings duets with Sinead O'Conner on Late Night.  Never heard "Astral Weeks", what's that ??"

Yeah, yeah...that's the one, lol.

Astral Weeks? It's a great album by Van Morrison, but one of the best albums of all time!! Lester Bangs writes about it here:

http://www.harbour.sfu.ca/~hayward/van/ ... stral.html (http://www.harbour.sfu.ca/~hayward/van/reviews/astral.html)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 01, 2006, 08:51:00 PM
Cramps--Bad Music For Bad People

Rolling Stones--"I Just Want To See His Face"

The Fixx--"Saved By Zero" & "One Thing Leads To Another"

Big Midnight--"Doin' Alright"

Peter Gabriel--"Games Without Frontiers"

Hank Williams III--Straight To Hell

and some other stuff on Sirius.  Listened to the old jazz station, too, it was a good soundtrack for my day-and-a-half long speedball session. Like Wm. S. Burroughs said, "if god made anything better than a shot of coke and heroin, he kept it for himself".
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: fuckbuddy on March 01, 2006, 09:08:00 PM
REM - Kohoutek
REM - Driver 8
GO · GO'S - How Much More, Tonite, This Town
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 01, 2006, 09:37:00 PM
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On 2006-03-01 18:08:00, bitch magnet wrote:

"REM - Kohoutek

REM - Driver 8



Like that stuff.  Fables of the Reconstruction is one of my faves by them, though I've heard they don't particularly like it.  I really like "Old Man Kensey" and "Maps and Legends" from that one.

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 01, 2006, 09:39:00 PM
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On 2006-03-01 17:08:00, Froderik wrote:





Astral Weeks? It's a great album by Van Morrison, but one of the best albums of all time!! Lester Bangs writes about it here:



http://www.harbour.sfu.ca/~hayward/van/ ... stral.html (http://www.harbour.sfu.ca/~hayward/van/reviews/astral.html)"


That is a good one, check out Live At the Grand Opera House Belfast for some cool mid-period stuff.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 02, 2006, 02:07:00 AM
Thanx for postin' the Van Morrison link Frod.  Interesting article.  I really enjoyed the 2 poems at the end too.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 02, 2006, 05:03:00 PM
"Two-Headed Dog (Red Temple Prayer)"

"Anthem"

"I Have Always Been Here Before"

"John Lawman"

"Cold Night For Alligators"

"Starry Eyes"

"If You Have Ghosts"

"Don't Slander Me"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 02, 2006, 05:15:00 PM
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On 2006-03-01 23:07:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"Thanx for postin' the Van Morrison link Frod.  Interesting article.  I really enjoyed the 2 poems at the end too."

Np... If you liked that article, I suggest you check out the book "Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung" by the same author (Lester Bangs).
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 02, 2006, 07:26:00 PM
Grateful Dead--American Beauty

Black Flag--Damaged

Chet Baker--Live In Stockholm

The Who--live bootleg Fillmore 1969

Stranglers--MenInBlack

White Stripes--Elephant

Hank Williams III--Outlaw Rising

Soft White Underbelly/Stalk-Forest Group demos (band that later became Blue Oyster Cult)

Roky Erickson--Gremlins Have Pictures & I Think Of Demons
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 02, 2006, 08:09:00 PM
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On 2006-03-02 16:26:00, Anonymous wrote:

"The Who--live bootleg Fillmore 1969...

...Soft White Underbelly/Stalk-Forest Group demos (band that later became Blue Oyster Cult)
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Hey! Umm...These 2 selections look real good to me.  Any chance you could hook me up ??  I have some Allmans boots and various Dead and one Reconstruction(Jerry G. on guitar, somewhat hissy but still worth it)boot and 2 Marley boots.  I have live Canned Heat(not the greatest quality though), lots of String Cheese Incident, Hot Buttered Rum String Band, and some Yonder Mountain boots too.  Oh! also Bruce Hornsby and the Range boots too.  Wanna trade some stuff ??

I'm listenin' to my Reconstruction boot right now.

Can anyone hook me up with more Reconstruction ??  I am finding them difficult to come by.  Even my heavy heady friends don't have none.  Who wants to be a hero ??  Peace.[ This Message was edited by: starry-eyed pirate on 2006-03-02 17:30 ]
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 02, 2006, 10:27:00 PM
Be-Bop Deluxe - Sleep that Burns, Electrical Language, Panic in the World
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on March 03, 2006, 12:48:00 AM
Sonic Youth--Daydream Nation
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 03, 2006, 12:32:00 PM
Filter - Short Bus
GNR - Appetite for Destruction
Kix - Hot Wire
Motley Crue - Too Fast For Love
Motely Crue - Dr. Feelgood
Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In
Prince - Purple Rain
Sisters of Mercy - Slight Case of Overbombing/Greatest Hits
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 03, 2006, 12:46:00 PM
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On 2006-03-03 09:32:00, Nonconformistlaw wrote:

"Motley Crue - Too Fast For Love
Sisters of Mercy - Slight Case of Overbombing/Greatest Hits

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Love that ol' Crue.  G'n'R ??...anh they're alright.  Who are these Sisters of Mercy ??  Are they a girl band or what ??  I notice you listen to them alot.  What are they like ?? What are their influences ?? who are they comparable to ??

Oh and heads up! Fucktard's gunnin' for ya again over on survivors forum!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 01:27:00 PM
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Oh and heads up! Fucktard's gunnin' for ya again over on survivors forum!

He is..? Where? I didn't see that...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 03, 2006, 01:29:00 PM
Oasis--Don't Believe The Truth
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 03, 2006, 01:53:00 PM
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On 2006-03-03 10:27:00, Anonymous wrote:

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Oh and heads up! Fucktard's gunnin' for ya again over on survivors forum!

He is..? Where? I didn't see that..."


Hmmm...I can't find it now either.  I'm on so many forums I can't remember where I saw it, but it was on some post or some thread where fucktard was congratulatin' some hackers who were supposedly collecting IP addresses and Fuckbrain specifically singled out NCL and said she would be on front row shortly!  That cat just aint gettin it!  

Don't worry NCL, we won't let 'em get ya.  ::armed::  :skull:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 03, 2006, 02:03:00 PM
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On 2006-03-03 09:46:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

Love that ol' Crue.  G'n'R ??...anh they're alright."
I should burn ya that old Crue CD since it has songs ya dont have, Stick to Your Guns, Toast of the Town, etc. OMG!!! How can ya NOT like Appetite for Destruction?!?

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"Who are these Sisters of Mercy ??  Are they a girl band or what ??  I notice you listen to them alot.  What are they like ?? What are their influences ?? who are they comparable to ??"
Sisters of Mercy are Goth....and no they are not a girl band....but RTP2k3 would be able to explain better than I what they are like, their influences, etc.

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"Oh and heads up! Fucktard's gunnin' for ya again over on survivors forum!"

Where???
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 02:05:00 PM
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Hmmm...I can't find it now either.  I'm on so many forums I can't remember where I saw it, but it was on some post or some thread where fucktard was congratulatin' some hackers who were supposedly collecting IP addresses and Fuckbrain specifically singled out NCL and said she would be on front row shortly!  That cat just aint gettin it!  

Don't worry NCL, we won't let 'em get ya.  ::armed::  :skull: "

That post is waaaay old, dude.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 03, 2006, 02:08:00 PM
Oh!!!  Well where the hell did I see it, I wonder ??
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 02:11:00 PM
The point is i think you didn't.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 03, 2006, 02:13:00 PM
Then how do I know about it ??
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 02:15:00 PM
You know about the old post..there IS no newer one...is there?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 03, 2006, 02:19:00 PM
Well you're tellin' me that the post in question is an old post.  I'm just takin' your word for it because I can't even find it now.  But I thought I just read it this mornin' somewhere.  Perhaps I'm mistaken.  Who knows but this has been fun!  :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 02:28:00 PM
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Perhaps I'm mistaken. Who knows but this has been fun!

'Perhaps' my ass! :smokin:  

Yes, it has!  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 03, 2006, 02:54:00 PM
:smokin: Peace dude!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 03, 2006, 03:47:00 PM
Well I haven't had the energy to crawl to the radio since my entire household has had the flu all week long. Soooo.....

I have been in bed all week and at 3:40 AM I caught "Lady Sings the Blues" and got to hear Ms. Diana Ross perform as Billie Holiday. I'm a sucker for films featuring chicks that struggled and cried my eyes out even though I have watched this movie before. Still cry my eyes out to Coal Miner's Daughter and the Patsy Cline movie too. lol.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on March 03, 2006, 05:38:00 PM
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On 2006-03-03 09:46:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote: Who are these Sisters of Mercy ?


The bands name is taken from the song "Sisters of Mercy" by Leonard Cohen. Since it is also the name of a community of nuns and a slang-expression for whores, it is a perfect metaphor for a rockband, according to Andrew.

http://music.yahoo.com/ar-263937---Sisters-Of-Mercy (http://music.yahoo.com/ar-263937---Sisters-Of-Mercy)

I've met Wayne Hussey a few years ago at a show.I have many signed cds...Love this guy.Check out their cd floodland.I still love this cd 20+ yrs later.
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Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 07:08:00 PM
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The bands name is taken from the song "Sisters of Mercy" by Leonard Cohen. Since it is also the name of a community of nuns and a slang-expression for whores

Speaking of Leonard Cohen, have you listened to that CD yet? :question:

Nuns & whores....we have some of those around here too!   :grin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 07:44:00 PM
Golden Earring--To The Hilt

Thin Lizzy--Live and Dangerous

The Who--The Who Sell Out

UFO--Strangers In The Night

I guess it was a 70s drug-rock kinda day.........
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 03, 2006, 09:37:00 PM
X - More Fun In The New World
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Second Skin on March 04, 2006, 03:36:00 AM
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On 2006-03-03 16:08:00, Anonymous wrote:

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The bands name is taken from the song "Sisters of Mercy" by Leonard Cohen. Since it is also the name of a community of nuns and a slang-expression for whores

Speaking of Leonard Cohen, have you listened to that CD yet?

No, I don't recall you sending this one.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 04, 2006, 11:06:00 AM
Lucinda Williams - "Out of Touch"
neil young and crazy horse - greendale
THE HIVES - TYRANNOSAURUS HIVES
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 04, 2006, 04:40:00 PM
Nine Inch Nails - With Teeth
Faster Pussycat - Whipped
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 04, 2006, 04:43:00 PM
PJ Harvey - Uh Huh Her
Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings & Food
Joni Mitchell - "Raised on Robbery"
NEIL YOUNG - AFTER THE GOLD RUSH
The Kinks - Muswell Hillbillies
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 04, 2006, 11:26:00 PM
Shane MacGowan - The Snake
Urge Overkill STULL EP
AC/DC - Power Age
Theatre of Hate - Revolution
The White Stripes - White Blood Cells
Wilco - "I'm a Wheel"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 05, 2006, 10:55:00 PM
Alien Sex Fiend--The Impossible Mission & New Christian Music
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 05, 2006, 11:33:00 PM
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New Christian Music

I got turned on to this album just after finishing str8!

"You nearly got high on some birth control pills"  :lol: Good stuff!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 05, 2006, 11:34:00 PM
MADONNA - AMERICAN LIFE
KISS - (self titled)
The Misfits - Walk Among Us
FEAR - The Record
Fleetwood Mac - Fireflies
The Clash - Clash On Broadway
Led Zeppelin - "In the Evening"
The Beatles - "Blue Jay Way"
Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 05, 2006, 11:34:00 PM
Yeah, they're pretty fun.  Good live show, too.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 07, 2006, 11:38:00 AM
Led Zeppelin - Presence  (http://http://elouai.com/images/yahoo/64.gif) (http://http://www.websmileys.com/sm/cool/721.gif) (http://http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/musik/music-smiley-008.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 07, 2006, 01:21:00 PM
White Stripes--Get Behind Me Satan

Guns & Roses--Appetite for Destruction

Radio Birdman--Radios Appear
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 07, 2006, 10:47:00 PM
The Hives - Tyrannosaurus Hives
Ramones - Mania
Mother Love Bone - self titled
Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet
Tesla - Time's Makin' Changes/The Best of Tesla
Roxx Gang - Things You've Never Done Before
Baton Rouge - Shake Your Soul
The Cure - Disintegration
Fuel - Somthing Like Human
Killers - Hot Fuss
Muse - Absolution
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 07, 2006, 11:12:00 PM
Thee Headcoatees
JamesMathusKnockdownSociety - "StopandLettheDevilRide"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: try another castle on March 08, 2006, 04:30:00 PM
The Blue Up?'s albums "Spool Forka Dish" and "Cake and Eat It", as well as Ana Voog's solo stuff "anavoog.com" and "introducing sorrow".

The Blue Up? was one of those great bands that was strictly local (to the twin cities scene) but should have been national.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: RTP2003 on March 09, 2006, 03:11:00 PM
Residents--"Eskimo" & "13th Anniversary Tour Live In Japan" (Cry For The Fire rocks!  Snakefinger's guitar solo on the end of this version always moves me to my very soul, yes it does, indeed.  It's originally found on "The Big Bubble", which is The Residents portraying the band The Big Bubble, who are characters in "The Mole Trilogy", a story about the struggle between the Moles and the Chubs, who had previously fought a war that devastated both sides, but had recently been living together, uneasily, in the Chub cities.  After a while, a 'return-to-the-roots' type movement, the Zinkinites, arose amongst the Moles, (and amongst some Mole/Chub hybrids,who ironically became some of the most violent proponents of the Zinkinites), led by one Kula Bokka.  Kula Bokka was the intellectual and political genius behind the movement; he realized that in order for it to succeed, he had to harness the energy, idealism, and naivete of the Mole youth.  He found a rock band called The Big Bubble to promote his ideas, including them at a huge rally where they played songs such as "Kula Bocka Says So" and "Cry For The Fire", the latter of which contained lyrics in the ancient language of Mohelmot, the public use of which had been banned since the end of the war.  Good stuff.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 09, 2006, 03:12:00 PM
Frank Sinatra...
Louis Armstrong...
Commodores....
Curtis Mayfield....
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 09, 2006, 03:17:00 PM
Some early stuff by Boss Hog
Captain Chesapeake at Jim's place
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 09, 2006, 09:27:00 PM
Primer 55 - Introduction to Mayhem

Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb & Wish You Were Here

Cat Stevens - Hard Headed Woman

Dwarves - I Will Deny

Blue Ohm -  http://www.myspace.com/blueohm (http://www.myspace.com/blueohm)

Bad Religion - Modern Man

Deadfall Mass - Some videos my friend taped of a metal band from Michigan that rawks, don't know the song names.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=f8jfEBxG-b4 (http://youtube.com/watch?v=f8jfEBxG-b4)

Mighty, Mighty Bosstones - Numbered Days (I loved seeing these guys live)

Mustard Plug - Go (a great ska band from Michigan)

Kanye West - Late Registration

Blondie - Rapture Riders (a remix she did that had Riders on the Storm mixed in)  :tup:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 09, 2006, 10:40:00 PM
CAKE - Comfort Eagle
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 10, 2006, 12:13:00 AM
Freddie Hubbard...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 10, 2006, 10:59:00 AM
Motorhead--"March Or Die" and "Ace of Spades"

Steely Dan--"The Royal Scam" (see the glory.....)

Blue Oyster Cult--"Some Enchanted Evening" (the remastered version of this on e is coming out soon, with new tracks added----can't fucking wait, this is one of the greatest live rock albums, EVER)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 10, 2006, 11:25:00 AM
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Blue Oyster Cult--"Some Enchanted Evening" (the remastered version of this on e is coming out soon, with new tracks added----can't fucking wait, this is one of the greatest live rock albums, EVER)

How would that one compare to "On Your Feet Or On Your Knees"? That's a pretty good one..
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 10, 2006, 11:31:00 AM
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On 2006-03-10 08:25:00, Froderik wrote:

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Blue Oyster Cult--"Some Enchanted Evening" (the remastered version of this on e is coming out soon, with new tracks added----can't fucking wait, this is one of the greatest live rock albums, EVER)

How would that one compare to "On Your Feet Or On Your Knees"? That's a pretty good one.."


Although I really like  "On Your Feet Or On Your Knees", "Some Enchanted Evening" is really a better record, sound-quality-wise, it has a better track listing, flow-wise, and the versions of "Astronomy" and "E.T.I." are priceless, as are the covers of "Kick Out the Jams" (MC5) and "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place" (Animals).  "Reaper" is also fantastic, this is a pretty good document of the band right after their first taste of big success.  I find it to be the best of their live records, followed by "On Your Feet...." which is miles ahead of "Extraterrestrial Live" which was a fulfillment of contractual obligations, and was recorded and released as the band was falling apart in the early 80s.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 10, 2006, 12:19:00 PM
I actually heard Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville 2 times this morning and giggled thinking of you RTP being tortured listening to the Jimmy Buffet station.  :lol:  

Then I popped in Pink Floyd - Animals
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 10, 2006, 12:25:00 PM
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Jimmy Buffet Station

..a pretty good band, I hear! ::ftard::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 11, 2006, 01:31:00 AM
The Ramones - i wanna be sedated, teenage lobotomy, gimme gimme shock treatment
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 11, 2006, 04:01:00 PM
The Hives - Tyrannosaurus Hives
The Misfits - Walk Among Us
Nine Inch Nails - White Teeth
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 11, 2006, 06:35:00 PM
TYRANNOSAURUS HIVES
Robert Palmer - Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley
The Doors - L.A. Woman
Shawn Mullins - Beautiful Wreck
THE VENTURES IN SPACE
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 11, 2006, 11:28:00 PM
Raveonettes--Pretty In Black

Godspeed You Black Emperor--Yanqui UXO

Hot Tuna--live bootleg, Philadelphia 1978
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 11, 2006, 11:49:00 PM
At the recommendation of a friend I finally just watched Friday Night Lights and the bonus was they played "I Wanna Be Your Dog" I love that damn song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 12, 2006, 06:15:00 PM
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On 2006-03-11 20:49:00, webcrawler wrote:

"At the recommendation of a friend I finally just watched Friday Night Lights and the bonus was they played "I Wanna Be Your Dog" I love that damn song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"


I live in Odessa/Midland and still refuse to watch that piece of crap
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 13, 2006, 12:29:00 AM
Butthole Surfers--Independent Worm Saloon (by request from my 5 yr. old)
Sonny Rollins
Deep Purple - "Woman from Tokyo"
Queen - "You're my Best Friend"
IGGY & THE STOOGES - RAW POWER
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 13, 2006, 10:20:00 AM
Sneakin' Sally -  :nworthy:  :nworthy:  :nworthy:
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On 2006-03-11 20:28:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Hot Tuna--live bootleg, Philadelphia 1978"


I want it!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 13, 2006, 12:07:00 PM
Led Zeppelin - Achilles Last Stand
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 13, 2006, 07:03:00 PM
http://fornits.com/sounds/Hip.m3u (http://fornits.com/sounds/Hip.m3u)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: try another castle on March 13, 2006, 07:27:00 PM
The Mummies... again.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 13, 2006, 10:14:00 PM
White Stripes--White Blood Cells

Hank Williams III--Outlaw Rising
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Kurt Rejoinder on March 13, 2006, 10:39:00 PM
Sick Dick and the Volkswagens--Timmy (Great 'rock opera' sendup about kid who encounters aliens who turn him on to sex and drugs)

Sick Dick and the Volkswagens--"Drugs Are The Way (the Truth and the Light)"

SDVW--"Teenage Prostitute"

SDVW--"Voodoo Doll"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 13, 2006, 10:41:00 PM
Shit Kurt, do you think I'll ever get myself a copy?  :wink:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on March 13, 2006, 10:43:00 PM
Welcome to the board, Kurt!

Discussion's the name -- Frank Discussion.   :grin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Kurt Rejoinder on March 13, 2006, 10:44:00 PM
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On 2006-03-13 19:41:00, webcrawler wrote:

"Shit Kurt, do you think I'll ever get myself a copy?  :wink: "


Yeah, I'll get on it, eventually......
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Kurt Rejoinder on March 13, 2006, 10:45:00 PM
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On 2006-03-13 19:43:00, Frank Discussion wrote:

"Welcome to the board, Kurt!



Discussion's the name -- ~Frank Discussion.  :lol: "


Thanks, Frank.  You are truly an inspiration to us all.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on March 13, 2006, 10:45:00 PM
I think you'd better do it now.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Kurt Rejoinder on March 13, 2006, 10:46:00 PM
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On 2006-03-13 19:45:00, Frank Discussion wrote:

"I think you'd better do it now. "


huh?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on March 13, 2006, 10:49:00 PM
I didn't say that!  :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Kurt Rejoinder on March 13, 2006, 10:54:00 PM
Monster Magnet--Spine of God
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 13, 2006, 10:58:00 PM
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On 2006-03-13 19:43:00, Frank Discussion wrote:

"Welcome to the board, Kurt!



Discussion's the name -- Frank Discussion.   :nworthy:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Kurt Rejoinder on March 13, 2006, 11:52:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-10 09:19:00, webcrawler wrote:

"I actually heard Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville 2 times this morning and giggled thinking of you RTP being tortured listening to the Jimmy Buffet station.  :lol:  







AHHHHHHH!!!! MAKE IT STOP!!! MAKE IT STOP!!!!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 13, 2006, 11:57:00 PM
John Zorn--Spillane & The Big Gundown

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 13, 2006, 11:58:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-13 20:52:00, Kurt Rejoinder wrote:

"
Quote

On 2006-03-10 09:19:00, webcrawler wrote:


"I actually heard Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville 2 times this morning and giggled thinking of you RTP being tortured listening to the Jimmy Buffet station.  :lol:  













AHHHHHHH!!!! MAKE IT STOP!!! MAKE IT STOP!!!!!"



Could I tempt you with a cheeseburger in paradise then?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 14, 2006, 12:00:00 AM
Maybe if it was a Big Smack.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 14, 2006, 01:20:00 AM
http://fornits.com/sounds/Hip.m3u (http://fornits.com/sounds/Hip.m3u)
The Bee Gees first album
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 14, 2006, 02:16:00 PM
A Wayne Kramer (ex-MC5) solo disc I just picked up, forget the title.

Pink Floyd--"Careful With That Axe, Eugene", "Astronomy Domine", "Grandchester Meadows"

Stereolab--Emperor Tomato Ketchup
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 14, 2006, 02:41:00 PM
Surgery--Trim, 9th Ward High Roller

Fuckin' yeah!  Surgery was my favorite of all the Amphetamine Reptile Records bands.  "A.K.", "Brother Remington", "Exquisite", all of 'em kick ass, this is a great rock and roll record.  Nationwide by them is good, too, I never heard D-Nice, which was their major label (Atlantic, I think) record, but I bet it's OK.

As your spiritual advisor, I urge you to get loaded, fucked up, blitzed, wired, ripped, twisted, scorched, blasted, wiped out, completely fucking wasted, damaged beyond repair, buy this CD, and crank it up LOUD.  It'll do ya some good.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on March 14, 2006, 03:22:00 PM
I'm considering trying out your spiritual advice.....the sooner the better!   :grin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 14, 2006, 10:03:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-14 11:16:00, Anonymous wrote:

"A Wayne Kramer (ex-MC5) solo disc I just picked up, forget the title.





It's called Dangerous Madness, for those of you keeping score, and it's pretty good, though he tends to drift into Lou Reed-like soliloquays a bit, kinda like Iggy on American Caesar.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 14, 2006, 10:51:00 PM
Nirvana--"Heart-Shaped Box"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 15, 2006, 04:00:00 PM
Gorilla Biscuits - Start Today
Sick of It All - Blood, Sweat, & No Tears
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 15, 2006, 04:45:00 PM
Led Zeppelin - "Houses of the Holy" (the song)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 15, 2006, 08:23:00 PM
Shine Down - "I Dare You"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 15, 2006, 08:34:00 PM
AC/DC - Hiway to Hell
Curtis Mayfield - SuperFly, orig. motion picture soundtrack
Al Green - Greatest Hits vol.1
Commodores - Greatest Hits, Natural High
(all on vinyl)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 15, 2006, 08:49:00 PM
Quote
Curtis Mayfield - SuperFly

Great tune by a good artist.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 15, 2006, 11:15:00 PM
Velvet Revolver - Contraband
Killers - Hot Fuss
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 16, 2006, 01:08:00 AM
Franz Ferdinand--You Could Have It So Much Better
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 16, 2006, 10:03:00 AM
King Crimson--Discipline
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 16, 2006, 10:22:00 AM
King Crimson--Red
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 16, 2006, 04:27:00 PM
The Lemonheads - The Turnpike Down
Syd Barrett - Late Night
The Byrds - The Day Walk (Never Before)
The Byrds - The Times They Are A'Changin' (first version)
Regina Spektor - Us
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 16, 2006, 05:07:00 PM
The Lemonheads - It's A Shame About Ray
The Lemonheads - Rudderless
The Lemonheads - My Drug Buddy
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 17, 2006, 01:21:00 PM
Boss Hog - "Jaguar"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 18, 2006, 12:06:00 PM
Taj Mahal - "The Best of..."

Steely Dan - Gold(Expanded Edition):
1)Hey Nineteen
2)Green Earings
3)Deacon Blues
4)Chain Lightning
5)FM
6)Black Cow
7)King of the World
VIII)Babylon Sisters
9)Here at the Western World
10)Centurys' End - Donald Fagan
11)True Companion - Donald Fagan
12)Bodhisattva(live)

Babylonnnnnnn sis-ta....SHake IT !!!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 18, 2006, 12:16:00 PM
I love Steely Dan, pirate. Always have and always will...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 18, 2006, 12:19:00 PM
Charles Mingus - MINGUSMINGUSMINGUSMINGUSMINGUS
Pete Townsend - "My Baby Gives It Away"
Chairsmen of Yore 16 song rehearsal
Lee Perry and the Upsetters - Rude Walk
Beach Boys' Party
Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on March 18, 2006, 09:40:00 PM
Salty Dog - Every Dog Has Its Day

OMG I can't believe that I have neglected this CD for years (why I dont know)....
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Sentinel on March 18, 2006, 11:21:00 PM
first post!

tonight ive got:

Victor Bailey, Lenny White, Larry Coryell "Electric"

Medeski, Martin, & Wood "Notes From the Undergroud"

Jimmy McGriff & Groove Holmes in concert

Wayne Shorter "Footprints Live"
::drummer::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: RTP2003 on March 19, 2006, 11:35:00 AM
The Who--"Armenia City In The Sky"

The Jeffersons--"World War II"

Thirteenth Floor Elevators--"Roller Coaster"

Bailter Space--"Fascination"

Mercury Rev--"Something For Joey"

Supersuckers--"Must've Been High" and "Non-Addictive Marijuana"

Dinosaur Jr.--"The Lung" (live)

Sonic Youth--"Death Valley '69"

Ween--"Sketches of Winkle"

Ween--"The Stallion Pt. 4"

Tomahawk--"God Hates A Coward"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 19, 2006, 02:37:00 PM
Bob Marley - Complete Wailers 67-72 ::rainbow::
Bob Marley - could you be loved, stand up jamrock
PJ Harvey - Uh Huh Her (http://http://www.wordforge.net/images/smilies/music.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 19, 2006, 05:52:00 PM
Oasis - Don't Believe The Truth
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 19, 2006, 07:47:00 PM
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros - Global a-Go-Go
 
::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 19, 2006, 09:26:00 PM
String Cheese Incident - 4/20/03 Live Oak FL

Dennis Brown - Love and Hate
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 19, 2006, 10:22:00 PM
Jerry Garcia - some unlabled commercial release  :grin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 19, 2006, 10:48:00 PM
Commodores... ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 20, 2006, 12:01:00 AM
Eagles - Hotel California (the cd) 3 times.

Listened to all sorts of stuff on various radio stations. My hands are gripping the steering wheel so hard that I don't dare look for another cd while on the highway.

Just got home from my mom's house. I made about 50 cds while there so I'll have lots of new stuff to listen to.

Made my stepdad a Hank III and Broadzilla cd.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 20, 2006, 12:03:00 AM
Wallflowers - Bringing Down the Horse(nice album)  ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 20, 2006, 04:37:00 PM
Emmylou Harris - Spyboy ::rainbow::
Rolling Stones - A Bigger Bang (http://http://www.allemoticons.com/Music/Music_0431.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 20, 2006, 10:41:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-19 18:26:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"String Cheese Incident - 4/20/03 Live Oak FL





I worked that show, those guys (and their road crew) are self-absorbed pricks.  On the upside, I met and partied a bit with Gov't. Mule and the North Mississippi All-Stars, and those guys were way cool, no rock star bullshit about them at all.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on March 21, 2006, 02:10:00 PM
Rolling Stones - Let it Bleed
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 21, 2006, 02:21:00 PM
Bill Withers - From "Lean On Me, The Best Of Bill Withers"

Aint No Sunshine
Grandmas Hands
Lean On Me
Use Me
Kissin' My Love
Who Is He(And What Is He To You ??)
I Don't Want You On My Mind

Steely Dan - Greatest Hits 72-78:

Do It Again
Reelin' in the Years
My Old School
Bodhisattva
Show Biz Kids
East Saint Louis Toodle-OO
Rikki, Don't Lose That #
Pretzel Logic
Any Major Dude
Here At The Western World
Black Friday
Bad Sneakers
Doctor Wu
Hatian Divorce
Kid Charlemagne
The Fez
Peg
Josie

Steely Dan - Gold(Expanded Edition)

Hey 19
Green Earings
Deacon Blues
Chain Lightning
FM
Black Cow
King of the World
Babylon Sisters
Here At the Western World

Sublime - Greatest Hits

Black Sabbath

It's a fucked up ol' hard world...I wish you all Peace.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 21, 2006, 11:36:00 PM
The Wallflowers - Rebel, Sweetheart
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 21, 2006, 11:41:00 PM
Beatles--White Album

All Tomarrow's Parties--"Light Of Love"

Faces--"Wicked Messenger" (Dylan cover)

Hives--"Die, Alright!"

Cocktail Slippers--"He's My Man"

High Dials-"Holy Ground"

Rain Parade--"No Easy Way Down"

etc.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 22, 2006, 02:01:00 PM
Hawkwind--Space Is Deep

Motorhead--1914
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Sentinel on March 22, 2006, 09:29:00 PM
a webcast of WPRB 103.3 Princeton Radio- a non-profit station run by students of Princeton U

http://www.wprb.com/ (http://www.wprb.com/)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 22, 2006, 11:10:00 PM
Sonic Youth - Pattern Recognition, Stones

http://www.cokemachineglow.com/reviews/ ... e2004.html (http://www.cokemachineglow.com/reviews/sonicyouth_nurse2004.html)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 23, 2006, 03:35:00 PM
Lou Reed - "Rock and Roll Heart"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 23, 2006, 08:41:00 PM
AC/DC - You Shook Me All Night Long
The Doors - People Are Strange
Steely Dan - Kid Charlemagne
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 24, 2006, 12:45:00 PM
The Rolling Stones - Heartbreaker
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Born on the Bayou
The Wobblies--Howdy Neighbor
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 24, 2006, 01:09:00 PM
Steely Dan:

Kid Charlemagne
The Fez
Peg
Josie
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2006, 02:04:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-23 12:35:00, Anonymous wrote:

"Lou Reed - "Rock and Roll Heart""


That's the absolute worst Lou Reed song, ever, and he's done some shit.  Metal Machine Music sounds good compared to that one......
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2006, 02:20:00 PM
Mooney Suzuki--"Legal High" & "Naked Lady"

The Kinks--"Wicked Annabella"

The Who--"Armenia City In The Sky"  (smoke enough weed and we'll meet there)

Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood--"Some Velvet Morning"  (freaky country-pop psychedelia, 1968.  Lyrics :Some velvet morning when I'm straight/I'm gonna open up your gate/ And maybe tell you 'bout Phaedra/And how she gave me life   Then Nancy sings in reply: Flowers growing on the hill/Dragonflies and daffodils/Learn from us very much/ Look at us but do not touch/ Phaedra is my name .  This song is DAMN WEIRD, weirder if you consider it was written by the guy who wrote "These Boots are Made For Walkin". It is occasionally used as bumper music by Art Bell when he hosts 'Coast-to-Coast AM")

Gov't. Mule--"She Said She Said" (Beatles cover)

Hoodoo Gurus--"I Was A Kamikaze Pilot"  (great song, cool lyrics "Taught how to take off/ Don't know how to land/ Something's the matter but I don't understand", plus the final lines "Cherry blossoms all around......."

Flaming Lips--"Mountainside" (from their last good album, In A Priest Driven Ambulance.  Everything they have done since then sucks due to pompous artfaginess.   They were much better as a drug-damaged garage band.)

Jane's Addiction--"Three Days"

Cracker--"Low"

Nick Cave--"Red Right Hand"


stay high stay free


RTP2k3



***RTP2k3 is a seven foot tall black man who shoots up Straight survivors with drugs***
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2006, 02:31:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-24 11:04:00, Anonymous wrote:

"
Quote

On 2006-03-23 12:35:00, Anonymous wrote:


"Lou Reed - "Rock and Roll Heart""




That's the absolute worst Lou Reed song, ever, and he's done some shit.  Metal Machine Music sounds good compared to that one......"

LOL, then you must really hate it then!  :lol:

I know, certainly not his best album by any stretch... They can't give the damn thing away at the used record store i used to go all the time. Still, i kinda like that title track that i posted there. it's one of the better tracks on that album (which isn't saying much, i know) kinda stupid lyrics, but i've always liked 'em anyway...hell, lou sings it pretty good despite its somewhat debatable suckiness...at least it's more uplifting than Berlin (shudder)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2006, 02:48:00 PM
Yeah, Berlin is a real downer.  A friend in college used to put it on during acid trips to try to depress people.  I beat him with Dark Angels by the Kronos Quartet, it made him never want to trip with me and my g/f again.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2006, 02:53:00 PM
gotta go score

get high!

peacer
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 25, 2006, 11:58:00 AM
Led Zeppelin - Custard Pie
Led Zeppelin - Misty Mountain Hop
Chairzmen of Yore @ Mt. Vernon Place Methodist Church
Roky Erikson 1971 - 1985
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 25, 2006, 08:11:00 PM
Oscar Peterson Trio
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 25, 2006, 11:55:00 PM
Radiant Pig - Daily Grace

http://www.citypaper.com/music/recordreview.asp?id=2351 (http://www.citypaper.com/music/recordreview.asp?id=2351)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 26, 2006, 11:42:00 AM
Ben Harper - Live at the Hollywood Bowl EP
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 26, 2006, 03:17:00 PM
Butthole Surfers Independent Worm Saloon
The Ventures in Space
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 26, 2006, 08:20:00 PM
The Who - Eminence Front, Substitute
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 26, 2006, 11:52:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-26 17:20:00, Anonymous wrote:

"The Who - Eminence Front"


Bad-ass tune.

Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals - Live at the Hollywood Bowl EP

Emmy Lou Harris(former back up singer for Little Feat) and the Nash Ramblers - At the Ryman
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 27, 2006, 01:29:00 AM
Walk On the Wild Side, the Best of Lou Reed(vinyl)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 27, 2006, 01:14:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-26 22:29:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

"Walk On the Wild Side, the Best of Lou Reed(vinyl)"
Top of the line listin' right there brother!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 27, 2006, 06:24:00 PM
Steely Dan - "Green Earrings"
The Beach Boys - The Pet Sounds Sessions
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 27, 2006, 10:22:00 PM
Spirit - The Family That Plays Together
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 28, 2006, 05:10:00 PM
The Kinks:
  • you do something to me
  • something better beginning
  • i'm not like everybody else
  • where have all the good times gone
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 29, 2006, 12:39:00 PM
The Wallflowers - god says nothing back, back to california
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 29, 2006, 08:26:00 PM
Frank Zappa - Hot Rats
Throwing Muses - Hunkpapa
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 30, 2006, 11:55:00 AM
The Dicks - "Hate The Police"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 30, 2006, 01:04:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-26 20:52:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

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Quote

On 2006-03-26 17:20:00, Anonymous wrote:


"The Who - Eminence Front"




Bad-ass tune.




Saw Gov't Mule cover this one (and "Trampled Under Foot" by Led Zeppelin and a Van Morrison song, I forget which one) at that show they played in Live Oak on 4/20/03 with those lamesters SCI.  They got kicked by the Mule, which goes without saying, as Warren Haynes, Matt Abts, and Co. are so far beyond those Grateful Dead wanna-be's and their legions of BO & patchouli smelling fans there is no comparison.

 
Peace and love,

RTP2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 30, 2006, 01:09:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-28 14:10:00, Froderik wrote:

"The Kinks:
  • you do something to me
  • something better beginning
  • i'm not like everybody else
  • where have all the good times gone
"


Damn good stuff.  Heard any of the stuff rom Ray Daivies' new solo album.  Pretty cool, he's still got it as a songwriter.  Their playing the hell out of the new album on Underground Garage.  I love the fucking Kinks, they are the most underrated of all the 60s UK bands, they arguably invented fucking Heavy Metal in '64 with the opening riffs to "You Really Got Me", for chrissake, definitely true genius at work.  I hears Dave had a pretty bad stroke last year, during a solo tour, so it may be over for the Kinks.  I'm truly sorry I have never seen them live, I'd trade 10 Dead shows and a couple of Fear shows for a good Kinks show.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 30, 2006, 01:10:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-30 08:55:00, Froderik wrote:

"The Dicks - "Hate The Police""


Didn't Soundgarden cover this song?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on March 30, 2006, 01:46:00 PM
I'm pretty sure they did, they also did a great cover of "Girl U Want" by Devo.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 30, 2006, 07:16:00 PM
Captain Beefheart - Doc at The Radar Station
Songs by Felicia Carter; played today (piano + vox w/ me on acoustic)
The Pixies - "Monkey Gone to Heaven"
Van Hunt - "Hot Stage Lights"
Some cool earlier stuff by the Cocteau Twins
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 30, 2006, 09:02:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-30 10:10:00, Anonymous wrote:

Quote
On 2006-03-30 08:55:00, Froderik wrote:


"The Dicks - "Hate The Police""



Didn't Soundgarden cover this song?"

No, that was Mudhoney (a better but not as well-known band from Seattle concurrent with Soundgarden) who covered that.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 30, 2006, 09:42:00 PM
The Dicks - hate the police, lifetime problems, dead in a motel room
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 31, 2006, 02:55:00 PM
Jim Stafford - "Wildwood Weed" :smokin:
Paul Westerberg - Eventually
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on March 31, 2006, 05:56:00 PM
http://www.myspace.com/dicksthe (http://www.myspace.com/dicksthe)
The Raveonettes - Love In A Trashcan, Sleepwalking
The Wallflowers - God Says Nothing Back, Back To California
Emmylou Harris - Jupiter Rising, Time In Babylon
Bob Marley - Could You Be Loved, Stand Up Jamrock
Stereolab - Blue Milk, Strobo Acceleration
Stereolab - Come & Play in the Milky Night
David Bowie - Scary Monsters
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 01, 2006, 01:07:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-30 18:02:00, Froderik wrote:

"
Quote
On 2006-03-30 10:10:00, Anonymous wrote:



Quote
On 2006-03-30 08:55:00, Froderik wrote:



"The Dicks - "Hate The Police""






Didn't Soundgarden cover this song?"


No, that was Mudhoney (a better but not as well-known band from Seattle concurrent with Soundgarden) who covered that."


My bad, I knew it was one of those Seattle bands, I like Mudhoney a lot better than Soundgarden, who are OK in my book, just not as cool as Mudhoney.  Check out "Blinding Sun" by Mudhoney, it sounds like an Elevators song, and the song "Thirteenth Floor Opening" is a direct reference to them.  Death to all who oppose Roky.

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 01, 2006, 01:09:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-30 16:16:00, Froderik wrote:

"Captain Beefheart - Doc at The Radar Station



Damn good record.  "Dirty Blue Gene", "Run Paint Run Run", "Sheriff of Hong Kong", what a fine work of art Mr. Van Vliet has bestowed upon us. Eric Drew Feldman plays keys on that one, he was with Pere Ubu when I saw them open for the Pixies in '91 or so.  Damn I'm old.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 01, 2006, 02:23:00 PM
Blve Oyster Cvlt--Tyranny and Mutation

Blve Oyster Cvlt--Secret Treaties

and some stuff off of Cultosaurus Erectus.

rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 01, 2006, 03:34:00 PM
The Mekons - Rock 'n' Roll
Neil Young - Freedom

froderik
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 02, 2006, 01:20:00 PM
Johnny Cash--Best of....1956-1981

REM--Document

Blue Oyster Cult--Blue Oyster Cult

Hank Williams III--Outlaw Rising

Coincidentally, both the Johnny Cash and the Hank III have the song "Cocaine Blues" on them, which mentions shooting cocaine.  Oh the irony.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 02, 2006, 10:17:00 PM
Butthole Surfers - Sweat Loaf
Butthole Surfers - Independent Worm Saloon
The Mekons - Memphis, Egypt
The Mekons - Club Mekon
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 02, 2006, 11:47:00 PM
...a very nice blend of blues an' metal.   ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 02, 2006, 11:50:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-03-30 18:42:00, Froderik wrote:

"The Dicks - hate the police, lifetime problems, dead in a motel room"


Those are cool song titles.  I think I would like this band.  ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 02, 2006, 11:53:00 PM
Some Bad-Ass, slow version of Spirits in the Night.  I have heard it before ...I think ??

 It's still fuckin' goin' ::bandit::  ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 03, 2006, 12:02:00 AM
Quote
On 2006-04-02 20:53:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

Some Bad-Ass, slow version of Spirits in the Night.  I have heard it before ...I think ??



 It's still fuckin' goin' ::bandit::  ::dove::

Is it Bruce doing it? I love that tune.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 12:05:00 AM
Quote
On 2006-04-02 21:02:00, Froderik wrote:

"
Quote

On 2006-04-02 20:53:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:


Some Bad-Ass, slow version of Spirits in the Night.  I have heard it before ...I think ??





 It's still fuckin' goin' ::bandit::  ::dove::


Is it Bruce doing it? I love that tune."


No, not Bruce. Heavy version and Bad slow.  No idea who it is...but way respectable.  Very bluesy and still metallic. Digg ity ??  ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 12:08:00 AM
2nd Neil tune in the last... a little more an' an' hour...

MY my HEY HEy

The king is gone but he's not forgotten...

Hey, hey...my, my
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 12:27:00 AM
...Sweet Leaf... which is a song I first heard from a misbehaver while I was in $tr8!!! I've loved Black Sabbath for a lot 'a' years now.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 01:00:00 AM
DIO - 'The Last In Line...'
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 03, 2006, 01:04:00 AM
...No way...Metallica...reminds me of when I was right before $tr8.  'For Whom the Bell Tolls'  

(not lyrics; my own comments)...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 03, 2006, 01:20:00 AM
...W/ my big black boots an' my ol' suitcase...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 03, 2006, 01:22:00 AM
swim out past the breakers..an' watch the world die...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 03, 2006, 01:25:00 AM
Led Zepppelin...

...Floyd...'Time'
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 03, 2006, 01:45:00 AM
Luckily I have a back up system, a panasonic V55(which features a turntable) and a bose hooked up to a cd player, otherwise my reciever is currently blown and I'm workin' on tryin' to fix it.  Any idea what happened to Clockwork ??
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 03:35:00 AM
Ozzy - 'Flyin High Again'

Stained....
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 03:39:00 AM
An'it's been a while...But I can still remember...just the way you taste... :skull:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 02:30:00 PM
The Vandals--When In Rome....

Richard Hell & The Voidoids--"Love Comes In Spurts"

Dangerous Birds--"Alfa Romeo"

Nervous Eaters--"Loretta"

Suicide--"Cheri Cheri"

Spaceman 3--"The Sound Of Confusion"

Bailter Space--"Fascination"

Lungfish--"Axiomatic", "Abraham Lincoln", "Creation Story" (tell 'em I said hi, Alex)

Nirvana--"Love Buzz"

Mudhoney--"No Song III", "Chain That Door", "In and Out of Grace", "If I Think"

X--"Around My Heart"

Pixies--"Down To The Well"

The Weirdos--"Life Of Crime", "We Got The Neutron Bomb"

Dave Alvey--"Green Fuzz"

Black Flag--"Bastard In Love"

Dead Kennedys--"Chemical Warfare"

Fleshtones--"Pretty Pretty Pretty"

The Hellacopters--"Where The Action Is"

Radio Birdman--"Descent Into The Maelstrom"



rtp2k3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 03, 2006, 08:00:00 PM
Raconteurs--"Steady As She Goes"

Rattlers--"I Won't Be Your Victim"

Johnny Kidd & The Pirates--"Let's Talk About Us" (these guys wrote the song 'Shaking All Over' that was popularized by The Who.)

Byrds--"My Back Pages" (Dylan cover)

Back In Spades--"Detroit Slums (Here We Come)"

Plimsouls--"A Million Miles Away"

Yardbirds--"Train Kept A Rollin'" (kicks the Aerosmith cover around)

The Who--"Mary Ann With The Shaky Hands"

Roky Erickson--"Nothing In Return" (Death to all who oppose Roky Erickson!!!!!!!!)

White Stripes--"My Doorbell"

Cheap Trick--"Surrender' &* "Ain't That A Shame" (Fats Domino song)

Kaiser Chiefs--"I Predict A Riot"


rtp2k "I shoot up Straight survivors" 3
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 04, 2006, 10:47:00 PM
Captain Beefheart - Sheriff of Hong Kong, The Big Floppy Boot Stomp
Bob Seger - Night Moves, Mainstreet
Can--Tago Mago
Paul Westerberg--Eventually
90 minutes of 70's funk
David Bowie--Scary Monsters
Sonic Youth--Sister
AC/DC--Live at the Atlantic
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on April 05, 2006, 10:06:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-04-03 11:30:00, Anonymous wrote:

"The Vandals--When In Rome...."

Hey rtp2k3, Is this the same CD as "Peace Through Vandalism/When In Rome Do as the Vandals"? (looking at amazon.com), if they are different, which is better?

It has been over 10 years since I heard the Vandals and I think the one I mentioned is the album I heard....I thought their tunes were absolutely addicting!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 05, 2006, 10:16:00 PM
Quote
Hey rtp2k3, Is this the same CD as "Peace Through Vandalism/When In Rome Do as the Vandals"? (looking at amazon.com), if they are different, which is better?

Sounds like 2 albums on one CD..
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 06, 2006, 01:41:00 PM
The Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street (http://http://www.allemoticons.com/Music/Music_0431.gif)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Troubled Turd on April 06, 2006, 03:30:00 PM
Twisted Sister - We're Not Gonna Take It
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 06, 2006, 03:31:00 PM
Twisted Sister - "We're Not Gonna Take It"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 07, 2006, 03:39:00 PM
"Twisted Sister - 'We're Not Gonna Take it'" :rofl:  :rofl: You gotta be kiddin' right.   :roll:  :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 07, 2006, 05:28:00 PM
I'm not joking!  

What? You don't like that song? :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 07, 2006, 05:30:00 PM
The Pretenders - Lovers of Today
Snakefinger - The Magic & the Mystery
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 07, 2006, 08:21:00 PM
Quote

On 2006-04-07 14:28:00, Froderik wrote:

"I'm not joking!  



What? You don't like that song? :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl: I'd rather listen to Bon Jovi! Thats how bad Twisted Sister is.  You crack me up Frod. :grin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 07, 2006, 09:01:00 PM
That song fuckin' ROXX!  ::rocker::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 07, 2006, 09:02:00 PM
Roky Erikson - I Think of Demons
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 07, 2006, 09:52:00 PM
:lol:  :lol:  :lol:

Right now I'm listenin to The Moody Blues 'Days of Future Passed'

'Cold hearted orb that rules the night
Removes the colours from our sight
Red is grey and yellow white
But we decide which is right
And which is an iluusion???

Pinprick holes in a colourless sky
Let inspired figures of light pass by
The mighty light of ten thousand suns
Challenges infinity and is soon gone.
Night time, to some a brief interlude,
To others the fear of solitude
Brave Helios wake up your steeds
Bring the warmth the countryside needs

Breathe Deep the gathering gloom
Watch lights fade frome every room
Bedsitter people look back and lament
Another days' useless energy spent.
Impassioned lovers wrestle as one
Lonely man cries for love and has none
New mother picks up and suckles her son
Senior citizens wish they were young
Cold hearted orb that rules the night
Removes the colours from our sight
Red is grey and yellow white
But we decide which is right.
And which is an illusion ???
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 07, 2006, 10:04:00 PM
Just Lookin' outta the window watchin the asphalt flow, thinkin' 'bout how it all rolls down the road.

Any time you need a payment: GooD Times...any time you need a friend...not gettin hassled, not gettin hustled.  Keepin yo head A-bove wat-er...makin away when you can...scratchin' an' survivin'...GooD Times...Hangin an' a jivin'  GooD Times...aint we lucky we got 'em ....GooD Times-I-i-I-i-i...mmmesssesss

 ::dove::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 07, 2006, 10:14:00 PM
Who's Roky Erikson ??  :???:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 07, 2006, 10:43:00 PM
http://www.furious.com/Perfect/roky.html (http://www.furious.com/Perfect/roky.html)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on April 07, 2006, 11:54:00 PM
KIX - Midnight Dynamite
KIX - Hot Wire
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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 07, 2006, 11:59:00 PM
The Cramps--Flamejob
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 08, 2006, 02:27:00 PM
Thee Headcoats (wish i knew names of songs)
The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds (stereo mix)
Sheryl Crow (self titled)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 08, 2006, 04:10:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-04-05 19:16:00, Anonymous wrote:

"
Quote
Hey rtp2k3, Is this the same CD as "Peace Through Vandalism/When In Rome Do as the Vandals"? (looking at amazon.com), if they are different, which is better?

Sounds like 2 albums on one CD.."


You are correct sir!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 08, 2006, 04:12:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-04-07 14:30:00, Froderik wrote:



Snakefinger - The Magic & the Mystery"


What's on that one?  Have you heard Fingerprints
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 08, 2006, 04:15:00 PM
Ray Davies--"The Tourist"
Willie Nile--"Welcome To My Head"
Cotton Mather--"I Lost My Motto"
Dead Boys--"Tell Me" (Stones cover)
Elvis Costello--"Oliver's Army"
Apples In Stereo--"Please"
Ramones--"I'm Against It"
Vatican Sex Kittens--"My Girl"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 08, 2006, 05:45:00 PM
Quote
What's on that one?  Have you heard Fingerprints

It's actually a song on Chewing Hides the Sound. Fingerprince is a Residents album, isn't it? But I'm not sure if I've heard it. I used to have Greener Postures (Snakefinger) for a while and loved that one...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 09, 2006, 12:01:00 PM
Van Halen- "The Cradle Will Rock"
Aerosmith - "Back in The Saddle"
Ratt - "Round & Round"
Van Halen's 1st album
Bowie- Changes One
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: webcrawler on April 09, 2006, 08:01:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-04-09 09:01:00, Froderik wrote:

"Van Halen- "The Cradle Will Rock"

Aerosmith - "Back in The Saddle"

Ratt - "Round & Round"

Van Halen's 1st album

Bowie- Changes One

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street"



I think I listened to the same music at a party. :rofl:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 10, 2006, 02:18:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-04-08 14:45:00, Froderik wrote:

"
Quote
What's on that one?  Have you heard Fingerprints


It's actually a song on Chewing Hides the Sound. Fingerprince is a Residents album, isn't it? But I'm not sure if I've heard it. I used to have Greener Postures (Snakefinger) for a while and loved that one..."


Fingerprince is a Snakefinger solo album, it has the song "She's A Model" that was covered by Big Black.  Musically, it reminds me very much of his work with The Residents, with him on vox.  Good stuff.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on April 10, 2006, 06:58:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-04-09 17:01:00, webcrawler wrote:

Quote
On 2006-04-09 09:01:00, Froderik wrote::

"Van Halen- "The Cradle Will Rock"
Aerosmith - "Back in The Saddle"
Ratt - "Round & Round"
Van Halen's 1st album
Bowie- Changes One
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street"

I think I listened to the same music at a party. :rofl: "

me too....what a coincidence!  :lol:  :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Dr Fucktard on April 10, 2006, 07:03:00 PM
That music sounds familiar to me as well... go figure...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on April 11, 2006, 01:57:00 PM
PJ Harvey - Uh Huh Her
Miles Davis - On the Corner

Ozzy Osbourne - "Crazy Train"
Black Sabbath - "Paranoid"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 12, 2006, 10:12:00 AM
Iggy Pop--"Little Know It All" (four star, this is cool Iggy solo stuff, not as good as "Five Foot One", but damn good.   I'd put it right around "Cold Metal".  Rockin'!)

Creatures of the Golden Dawn--"Remember Memory Lane"

Ricochets--"I Won't Change My Mind"

Cramps--"Uranium Rock"

Cry Babies--"Man With Money"

High Numbers--"I'm the Face" (band that became The Who)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 12, 2006, 03:43:00 PM
Lush - Gala
Flo featuring Ultra Sharlat
Some early Boss Hog
Girls Against Boys - Cruise Yourself
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 12, 2006, 07:39:00 PM
Gorillaz- "Feel Good Inc."
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 12, 2006, 10:49:00 PM
Boz Scaggs - Dirty Low Down('I wonder,wonder,wonder,wonder who... taught her how ta talk like that!...')

Steely Dan - Hey 19, Deacon Blues

Bob Marley - 'Like Dan-iel out.of. Da Lions' Den survivor, survivor', 'Babylon system is the vampire...tell the children da truth'

Metallica - Creeping Death

Rasta-Fari!

 ::dove:: [ This Message was edited by: starry-eyed pirate on 2006-04-13 14:56 ]
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 13, 2006, 12:21:00 AM
starry, check yr email..
-frod
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Nonconformistlaw on April 13, 2006, 08:58:00 PM
Salty Dog - Every Dog Has Its Day
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 14, 2006, 12:01:00 AM
Emmylou Harris - Spyboy
AC/DC - Live at Atlantic Studios
The Hives - Tyrannosaurus Hives
Buttsteak - Men Who Pause
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 14, 2006, 04:47:00 PM
REM--"What's the Frequency, Kenneth?"

Dandy Warhols--"Bohemian Like You"

Eagles of Death Metal--"I Want You So Hard" (Josh Homme's [of Queens of the Stone Age] new band.  Caught 'em on Leno last night.  Cool stuff.)

Caesars--"Jerk It Out"

Outrageous Cherry--"Girl You Have Magic Inside You"

Big Star--"Feel" (fucking underrated classic)

Robert Plant--"Louie, Louie" (the coolest thing he's done in years)

Iggy Pop--"Little Know It All"

Tool--"No Quarter" (better than the Zeppelin original, no goofy "winds of Thor" shit.  Dwarves, magic swords, etc. do not make good subject matter for rock and roll songs, regardless of what RJ Dio told you.)

Pantera--"Walk" (Dimebag Darryl RIP)

The Who--"Anyway, Anywhere, Anyhow"

REM--"Pretty Persuasion" (the line 'goddamn/your confusion' alone makes this a great song.  Add the jangly Byrds-like guitar and we have a winner.....)

Chrome--"Electric Chair"

Residents--"Cry For The Fire (live)"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 14, 2006, 04:51:00 PM
Quote
On 2006-04-07 18:02:00, Froderik wrote:

"Roky Erikson - I Think of Demons"


I just came across a copy of Gremlins Have Pictures in a record store a friend of mine owns.  Apparently it got reissued.  Spare no expense in obtaining this recording, it has some of the coolest stuff Roky has ever recorded.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 15, 2006, 08:54:00 AM
Sonic Youth - Sister
Paul Westerberg - Eventually
Television - Marquee Moon
Gillian Welch - "Wayside/Back in Time"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 15, 2006, 02:46:00 PM
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Nazareth - "Hair of the Dog"
The Who - "Eminence Front"
Rolling Stones - "Jumping Jack Flash"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 16, 2006, 01:10:00 PM
yEs - From the album 'Cassic yEs' (on cassette tape):

Heart of Sunrise
Woderous Stories
Yours is No Disgrace
Roundabout
Starship Trooper
 a.Life Seeker
 b.Disillusion
 c.wurm
Long Distance Runaround
The Fish(Schindleria Praematurus)
You and I
 a.Cord of Life
 b.Eclipse
 c.The Preacher the Teacher
 d.The Apocalypse
I've Seen All Good People
 a.Your Move
 b.All Good People

I like Yes.  Never got to see them live.  But they're a good band.  Right now my reciever is blown so I'm listenin' to alot of tapes again.  I still have a working CD player in the truck and in my room but the main house system is down.  I have a back up though.  It's the (1983)Panasonic V55 stereo/reciever/turntable/cassette player.  Not as good but not so bad either.  It's the same stereo that I had right before $tr8.  I mean not the exact same stereo but the same make an' model.  It's cool to have it.  I hooked up some Fischer speakers to it that my great aunt gave me a while back.  I found it at the flea market for 10.oo $.  

Yeah...yEs is a good band.  I like this tape.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 16, 2006, 04:25:00 PM
Commodores - Midnight Magic:

Gettin' It
Midnight Magic
You're Special
Still
Wonderland
Sexy Lady
Lovin' you
Sail On
12:01 Reprise
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 16, 2006, 09:24:00 PM
Aretha Franklin & Otis Redding - "Angel"

Gillian Welch - "Wrecking Ball"
The Who - It's Hard
The Who - Face Dancing
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 16, 2006, 10:53:00 PM
Eagles of Death Metal--"Whore Hoppin'"

Lou Reed--"Vicious"

The Contrast--"Mystery #1"

Wanda Jackson--"Mean Mean Man"

Stones--"Steel Wheels" tour live show video, w/ Clapton, John Lee Hooker, and Axl Rose & Izzy Stradlin from G &R

David Bowie--"Hang Onto Yourself"

L7--"Wargasm"

Lords Of Altamont--"She Cried"

The Come Ons--"Mesmerizer"

Kinks--"Do You Remember Walter?"

The Avengers--"The American In Me"

Negative Approach--"Ready To Fight"

Pink Fairies--"Chamber Maid"

Hellacopters--"Ferrytales"

The Plimsouls--"Zero Hour"

Cosmic Psychos--"Rain On You"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 16, 2006, 10:54:00 PM
Now Time Delegation--Now Time Delegation

Some trip hop stuff, Cut Chemist doing a classic rock mix.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 17, 2006, 01:27:00 AM
Bob Dylan - one too many mornings · the lonesome death of hattie carroll · restless farewell
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 17, 2006, 01:22:00 PM
Sonic Youth live bootleg, Europe '88
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 17, 2006, 01:42:00 PM
Built to Spill---"Singing Sores Make Perfect Swords"
and "Virginia Reel Around The Fountain"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 17, 2006, 08:57:00 PM
http://www.arcadefire.com/yope.html (http://www.arcadefire.com/yope.html)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 17, 2006, 09:07:00 PM
http://stream.qtv.apple.com/qtv/toolshe ... de_100.mov (http://stream.qtv.apple.com/qtv/toolshed/merge/arcade_100.mov)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: try another castle on April 17, 2006, 10:20:00 PM
Wendy and Lisa - Eroica
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 18, 2006, 08:22:00 PM
Paul Westerberg - Eventually
superchunk - come pick me up
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 18, 2006, 09:55:00 PM
Baby Woodrose--"Pouring Water"

Fuzztones--"Cheyenne Rider"

The Kinks--"Louie, Louie"

Pantera--"Planet Caravan" (Black Sabbath song, took balls to cover that one, they hit it.....)

Demolition 23--"Dysfunctional"

Pretty Things--"Walking Through My Dreams"

Plimsouls--"Everyday Things"

Modest Mouse--"Ohio" & "Float On"

Doors--"Break On Through"

The Who--"It's Not True"

Primal Scream--"Loaded"

D Generation--"Major"

Creatures of the Golden Dawn--"Living In Sarah's Lies"

Raveonettes--"Beat City"

Bad Brains--"I Against I"

Iguanas--"Mona" (one of Jim Osterberg's old bands)

Boink!--"Walk of Fame"  (LA garage band w/ cool femme vox, rockin')

David Bowie--"TVC 15"

Raveonettes--"Chains"

The Cult--"Love Removal Machine"

Hot Tuna--"I Know You Rider"

Mooney Suzuki--"Legal High"

Martin Sexton--"Beast In Me"

Husker Du--"Don't Want To Know If You're Lonely"

Lords of the New Church--"Open Your Eyes"

Pearl Jam--"World Wide Suicide" (a great song by a band I don't particularly like.  They've occasionally stumbled across good songs, and I'm sure they're cool guys and all, they just never really did it for me.  I do like this one, though)

Tool--"Vicarious" (new single, don't like it as much as I thought I would, it's OK.  I'll wait for the album in May.)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 19, 2006, 02:16:00 PM
Paul Westerberg - Eventually

http://members.aol.com/paulspage/ (http://members.aol.com/paulspage/)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 20, 2006, 10:01:00 PM
Pink Floyd - Cirrus Minor, Crying Song
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 21, 2006, 08:23:00 AM
Counting Crows - August and Everything After(great cd)

Jethro Tull - live version of 'John Barleycorn must die' and some other Tull.  I think the CD was titled 'A Little Light Music'.  

Kenny Wayne Shepperd - 'Blue on Black' (CD93.3 Cleveland)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 21, 2006, 02:49:00 PM
The Grip Weeds--"Every Minute" (up tempo without being silly, optimistic without being stupid, kinda bouncy garage rock.  Good stuff.)

Hives--"Main Offender"

Lords of the New Church--"Lord's Prayer"

Fuzztones--"Heathen Set"

Radio Birdman--"Aloha Steve and Dano" (Australian punk band's take on 'Hawaii 5-0 Theme')

Mooney Suzuki--"Primitive Condition" (My fave yet from them, they're a great band)

Eyes of Mind--"She Only Knows" (80s LA "Paisley Underground" (LSD-taking garage band scene)band, I think they're on BOMP! records.....cool)

Kinks--"Gotta Get the First Plane Home"

Pretty Things--"Rosalyn"

Mudhoney--"A Brief Celebration of Indifference"

Wolfmother--"Mind's Eye" & "Woman"

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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 21, 2006, 02:51:00 PM
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On 2006-04-21 05:23:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:


Jethro Tull - live version of 'John Barleycorn must die' and some other Tull.  I think the CD was titled 'A Little Light Music'.  




"John Barleycorn" the English folk tune made famous by Traffic?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 22, 2006, 11:01:00 AM
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On 2006-04-21 11:51:00, Anonymous wrote:

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On 2006-04-21 05:23:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:



Jethro Tull - live version of 'John Barleycorn must die' and some other Tull.  I think the CD was titled 'A Little Light Music'.  







"John Barleycorn" the English folk tune made famous by Traffic?"


Yeah, that's the one.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 22, 2006, 11:13:00 AM
I used to love hearing that song when it would come on the jukebox at the Mt. Royal Tavern years and years ago... That place was sorta like home to me for a while when I was kinda without one...
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Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 22, 2006, 01:18:00 PM
Yeah...Traffic is one of my all time favorite bands and 'John Barleycorn' is one of their best tunes.  I like 'Empty Pages' a lot too, off the same record.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 22, 2006, 11:33:00 PM
Capt. Beefheart - Doc At the Radar Station
Paul Westerberg - Eventually
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: try another castle on April 23, 2006, 08:16:00 AM
Was listening to a lot of Fantastic Plastic Machine today.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 24, 2006, 11:17:00 AM
The Raveonettes - Pretty In Black
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Post by: Anonymous on April 24, 2006, 01:22:00 PM
Spaceman 3--Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To

Big Black--Songs About Fucking

Motorhead--Live Extended Versions
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Post by: Anonymous on April 24, 2006, 01:23:00 PM
Wolfmother--"Mind's Eye"

these guys can possibly save the world
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: teachback on April 24, 2006, 08:35:00 PM
David Bowie - EART HL I NG
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Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 10:05:00 AM
Sigur Ros--"Glosoli"

The Verve--"Star Sailor"

Pavement--"Summertime Girl (Winter Mix)"

Pink Floyd--"Pigs (3 Different Ones)"

Cocteau Twins--"Heaven Or Las Vegas"





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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 25, 2006, 10:20:00 AM
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Pink Floyd--"Pigs (3 Different Ones)"

Cocteau Twins--"Heaven Or Las Vegas"

Animals is the rawest later Floyd album there is. Love it.

That's a good Cocteau Twins album too. That tape used to be floating around the place where I used to work...
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 10:24:00 AM
hey Frod, have you heard the Soundtracks Of Our Lives?   They're kinda between the Hives and the Raveonettes, musically. More Swedes with tube amps!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 25, 2006, 10:32:00 AM
No..hadn't even heard of them..so both of those other bands are from Sweden? Didn't realize that. I'd like to hear Soundtracks Of Our Lives though..any links?
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 10:36:00 AM
Raveonettes are from Denmark, Soundtracks and Hives are Swedish.  No links just yet, but I'll find one for ya......key track is "Galaxy Gramaphone".
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 11:17:00 AM
Bob Dylan--"Isis"

Grateful Dead--"Help On THe Way-->Slipknot!-->Franklin's Tower"

Byrds--"Lover Of the Bayou"

Kinks--"Death Of A Clown" (written by Dave, not Ray)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 25, 2006, 11:25:00 AM
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Bob Dylan--"Isis"

That's a good one off of Desire. I also like "Black Diamond Bay" from that album.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 11:27:00 AM
There's a really cool live version from the "Rolling Thunder Revue"(with Mick Ronson on guitar, I think....) on "Biograph".
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 11:31:00 AM
Some people don't like Bob Dylan...their loss!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 11:36:00 AM
I can see where his voice can be irritating at times, but as a lyricist he's hard to beat.  Definitely have to be in a Dylan mood to listen to him.  I've seen him live a number of times, some good, some not-so-good.  My personal faves are "Blood On The Tracks" and "John Wesley Harding".
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Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2006, 11:55:00 AM
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I can see where his voice can be irritating at times, but as a lyricist he's hard to beat. Definitely have to be in a Dylan mood to listen to him. I've seen him live a number of times, some good, some not-so-good. My personal faves are "Blood On The Tracks" and "John Wesley Harding".

I hear ya, you either like his voice or you don't. I like it. And of course his lyrics are beyond compare. You have to be 'in the mood' to hear a lot of things..certainly not just Dylan. I've only seen him once, it wasn't bad at all. He was drunk off his ass by the end of the set (opening for the dead) and rocked.

"Blood on the Tracks" is a fucking great album in the true sense of being a cohesive album. I love the original recording of "All Along the Watchtower" (from John Wesley Harding) just as much or more than Hendrix's rendition of the same song. There are so many great songs by him on most of his other albums that it's hard to know where to begin...and OMFG "Hard Rain" (http://http://orad.dent.kyushu-u.ac.jp/dylan/21HARD_R.html) is one of his greatest live albums!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 25, 2006, 11:56:00 AM
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I can see where his voice can be irritating at times, but as a lyricist he's hard to beat. Definitely have to be in a Dylan mood to listen to him. I've seen him live a number of times, some good, some not-so-good. My personal faves are "Blood On The Tracks" and "John Wesley Harding".

I hear ya, you either like his voice or you don't. I like it. And of course his lyrics are beyond compare. You have to be 'in the mood' to hear a lot of things..certainly not just Dylan. I've only seen him once, it wasn't bad at all. He was drunk off his ass by the end of the set (opening for the dead) and rocked.

"Blood on the Tracks" is a fucking great album in the true sense of being a cohesive album. I love the original recording of "All Along the Watchtower" (from John Wesley Harding) just as much or more than Hendrix's rendition of the same song. There are so many great songs by him on most of his other albums that it's hard to know where to begin...and OMG "Hard Rain" (http://http://orad.dent.kyushu-u.ac.jp/dylan/21HARD_R.html) is one of his greatest live albums!
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 25, 2006, 03:29:00 PM
superchunk - come pick me up
http://www.superchunk.com/ (http://www.superchunk.com/)
1000 pounds (http://http://www.geocities.com/froderik13/mzc/superchunk-1000_pounds.mp3)   (dwnload)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Antigen on April 25, 2006, 05:00:00 PM
You can't always get what ya want - Stones

Good People - Jack Johnson

...the people have a right to keep and bear arms.
-- Patrick Henry and George Mason Debates

Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: try another castle on April 25, 2006, 07:57:00 PM
Aimee Mann - "Lost in Space"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2006, 11:43:00 AM
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On 2006-04-25 08:56:00, Froderik wrote:

and OMG "Hard Rain" (http://http://orad.dent.kyushu-u.ac.jp/dylan/21HARD_R.html) is one of his greatest live albums! "



Check out Before The Flood, his live album with The Band backing him up, it's great, I think his best live release......I've heard that he was gonna release some live stuff from the Rolling Thunder Revue, the live version of "Isis" from that tour is sick.....I heard Mick Ronson (Bowie's guitarist from circa Ziggy Stardust-era) was in the band for that tour.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2006, 11:46:00 AM
Yeah Yeah YEahs--"Gold Lion"

Soundtracks Of Our Lives--"Sister Surround"

Tool--"Vicarious"
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Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2006, 11:55:00 AM
Subways--"Rock & Roll Queen"

Saw Flaming Lips on Letterman last night.  I liked them much better when they were a drug-damaged punk band, not a bunch of whimsical art fag rockers.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 26, 2006, 12:16:00 PM
Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth (1988)...sonically tight and kinda all over the place at times, it's easily their best rock album. Steve Shelly's drumming (during the good portions) make drum "gods" like Neil Peart envious. Upbeat and innvotive as well as tight. Nirvana owed something to certain riffs from it. My favorites on there are Teenage Riot, Silver Rocket, The Sprawl, Eric's Trip, Total Trash (until it starts meandering for 5 minutes..) Rain King, and Kissability.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2006, 12:20:00 PM
Yeah that's a great one, considered by many of their fams to be their "psychedelic album".  I like Sister a little better, I think it's a little more concise, but it's more of a collection of songs than "Daydream Nation", which I think has kind of an undercurrent running through the whole album.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 26, 2006, 12:27:00 PM
Yeah, Sister is just as good if not better! Good and raw and damned good. Speaking of psychedelic albums by them, there's one that I heard that was really cool and over the top that way. Whatever one that was I'd have to say would be way higher on the psychedelic meter than Daydream Nation would be in its wildest daydreams. Damn...i don't recall the title of it though..it was perhaps an ep and i don't think there were vox on any of it....
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: try another castle on April 26, 2006, 04:00:00 PM
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On 2006-04-26 09:16:00, Froderik wrote:

"Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth (1988)...sonically tight and kinda all over the place at times, it's easily their best rock album. Steve Shelly's drumming (during the good portions) make drum "gods" like Neil Peart envious. Upbeat and innvotive as well as tight. Nirvana owed something to certain riffs from it. My favorites on there are Teenage Riot, Silver Rocket, The Sprawl, Eric's Trip, Total Trash (until it starts meandering for 5 minutes..) Rain King, and Kissability."


How weird, I was just listening to Daydream Nation yesterday. We must be in synch.

I like that album. I think that and Goo are their strongest. But my personal favorite is Confusion is Sex, cause that was before they knew how to play their instruments.

Could that possibly be the one you can't remember the name of? I think it was their first album. It has an excellent cover of "I wanna be your dog" on it.

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Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2006, 04:25:00 PM
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Could that possibly be the one you can't remember the name of? I think it was their first album. It has an excellent cover of "I wanna be your dog" on it.

I like that one a lot too but no, that's not the one. This one came out on the later side & there were no vocals on it..or at least very minimal vox..
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 26, 2006, 06:54:00 PM
Urge Overkill - Americruiser  :smokin:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 27, 2006, 08:12:00 AM
Jewel - Who will save your soul ? (I know it, but I can't help myself, it's a good song and she sings it so sweet) :smile:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 27, 2006, 12:31:00 PM
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On 2006-04-26 13:25:00, Anonymous wrote:

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Could that possibly be the one you can't remember the name of? I think it was their first album. It has an excellent cover of "I wanna be your dog" on it.

I like that one a lot too but no, that's not the one. This one came out on the later side & there were no vocals on it..or at least very minimal vox.."


I think you're talking about the self-released stuff they've been putting out the last few years......I think it's on "SY Records" or something.  I've heard a couple of them, and can get my hands on more if/when the guy who owns them gets outta the psych ward.......
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on April 27, 2006, 12:34:00 PM
You've heard the Ciccone Youth album?  They cover Madonna on it, "Into the Groove" and "Burnin' Up" (with Mike Watt on vox).   It's damn weird, too.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 27, 2006, 07:44:00 PM
RUSH
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Post by: Froderik on April 27, 2006, 07:48:00 PM
Which album? "2112" will always be my favorite by them.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 27, 2006, 08:08:00 PM
Radio RUSH
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 28, 2006, 11:21:00 PM
Urge Overkill - "Head On"
AC/DC - "Overdose"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 29, 2006, 12:48:00 PM
Black Sabbath - Under the Sun/Every Day Just Comes and Goes.  

Sabbath children.  The Masters of Reality!!! ::hatter::  ::dove::  

Rock on, survivors!!!
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Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 29, 2006, 02:34:00 PM
Grand Funk - Closer to Home.

In it's entirety, Great album.  Solid Hard Rock mixed with a confident groove that both empowers and seduces the listener.  ::bandit::  ::dove::

Spiritual Anarchy!

   [ This Message was edited by: starry-eyed pirate on 2006-04-29 11:50 ]

Damn, caught in the act of editin'...it's cause I'm drinkin' an' got a lot on my mind.  :lol: Peace.[ This Message was edited by: starry-eyed pirate on 2006-04-29 11:54 ]
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 29, 2006, 04:04:00 PM
Van Halen II
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 29, 2006, 08:39:00 PM
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On 2006-04-29 13:04:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

Van Halen II

Good von..
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 29, 2006, 10:50:00 PM
J. Geils Band - The Best of

Eric Clapton - Time Pieces(Best of)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 29, 2006, 10:52:00 PM
Sup Frod.

- pirate out.
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 30, 2006, 12:21:00 AM
SuPeR-fLy

The original motion picture soundtrack written and performed by Curtis Mayfield.  

Excellent use of the trip ... tripped out percussion. cool guitars; very cool.
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Post by: Froderik on April 30, 2006, 01:54:00 AM
Rolling Stones- Beggars Banquet
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Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 30, 2006, 11:53:00 AM
Classic yEs.

Right before the jam, during the live version of "I've Seen All Good People" they start alternating the original lyrics with "Give Peace a Chance" by John Lennon so that they're singing both songs simultaneously, but in a round, dig ??.  I just noticed it for the first time today.  Pretty cool. 420  :skull:
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Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 30, 2006, 02:22:00 PM
David Bowie(Trippy, talented, strange cat) - Live at the Tower Theatre in Philadelphia (copyright 1974, Double record), Side 2:

Changes
Suffragette City
Aladdin Sane
All the Young Dudes
Cracked Actor
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Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 30, 2006, 02:36:00 PM
ZZ Top - Tres Hombres(1973)

Waitin for the Bus
Jesus Just Left Chicago
Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers
Master of Sparks
Hot, Blue and Righteous
Move Me On Down the Line
Precious and Grace
La Grange
Shiek
Have You Heard ?

with:

ZZ Top - Deguello(1979)

I Thank You
She Loves My Automobile
I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide
A Fool For Your Stockings
Manic Mechanic
Dust My Broom
Low Down in the Street
Hi Fi Mama
Cheap Sunglasses
Esther Be the One

standin' on deck  ::cheers::
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on April 30, 2006, 02:53:00 PM
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Cracked Actor

A raunchy one & probably my favorite track from "Alladin Sane"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: starry-eyed pirate on April 30, 2006, 08:07:00 PM
Hot Tuna - Hoppkorv

Santa Clause Retreat
Watch the North Wind Rise
It's So Easy
Bowlegged Woman, Knock Kneed Man
Drivin' Around

I Wish You Would
I Can't Be Satisfied
Talkin' 'Bout You
Extrication Love Song
Song From the Stainless Cymbal

Iron Maiden - self titled debut

Prowler
Remember Tomorrow
Running Free
Phantom of the Opera

Transylvania
Strange World
Charlotte the Harlot
Iron Maiden

(Both on vinyl)
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on May 01, 2006, 04:25:00 PM
A Clockwork Gay :lol:
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on May 02, 2006, 01:33:00 PM
Blondie- x offender, detroit 442
The Pain Teens - "My Desire"
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on May 02, 2006, 11:25:00 PM
THE FALL - No Bulbs 3, L.A., Couldn't Get Ahead, Living Too Late
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on May 03, 2006, 07:09:00 AM
Neurosis and Jarboe

DJ Shadow--In Tune and On Time

Bound--Mirth

Roxy Music--live German TV show, c.'72

T. Rex--live German TV show, c.'70
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on May 03, 2006, 09:08:00 AM
David Bowie - Low
David Bowie - Heroes
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Anonymous on May 04, 2006, 01:12:00 PM
Roxy Music live DVD from Avalon tour, around 1981 or so.

Primal Scream--"Slip Inside This House" (13th Floor Elevators cover), "Loaded", "I'm Coming Down"

Tomahawk--"In Every Dream Home A Heartache" (Roxy Music cover), "God Hates A Coward"

Phantomas doing old horror movie stuff
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on May 04, 2006, 05:52:00 PM
Beastie Boys - Ill Communication
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on May 05, 2006, 08:09:00 AM
David Bowie - Scary Monsters
Title: Stuff you've been listening to
Post by: Froderik on May 06, 2006, 12:08:00 AM
Pink Floyd - "Dogs"

Velvet Underground:
  • RIDE INTO THE SUN
  • GUESS I'M FALLING IN LOVE (Instrumental Version)
  • ROCK AND ROLL (Original Version)

  • THE RESIDENTS COMMERCIAL ALBUM

    BRAIN ENO DISCREET MUSIC
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 06, 2006, 03:12:00 AM
    All kin' 'a' stuff:  Wallflowers, "Drops 'a' Jupiter...etc.,

    All kin' 'a' new re-makes.  Re-done blues at the bar... :skull:
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 07, 2006, 12:12:00 PM
    Someone save me if you will
    And take away all these pills...

    ...Someone save me, someone save me,
    Somebody save me, somebody save me

    Please don't erase me.(my comment:been there)

    ...I believe in Kingdom Come and all the colors bleed into one, bleed into one...
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 07, 2006, 12:13:00 PM
    ...Gimme....gimme shelter :skull:
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    Post by: Froderik on May 07, 2006, 01:33:00 PM
    Great song, covered that one in an old band..

    Butthole Surfers - Psychic ... Powerless ... Another Mans Sac
    The Dicks - "Hate The Police"

    Listened to Independent Worm Saloon again.
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 07, 2006, 06:26:00 PM
    Paul McCartney & Wings - "Let Me Roll It"
    Roxy Music - "Mother of Pearl"
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    Post by: Froderik on May 07, 2006, 06:27:00 PM
    Paul McCartney & Wings - "Let Me Roll It"
    Roxy Music - "Mother of Pearl"
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    Post by: Froderik on May 07, 2006, 10:37:00 PM
    Pink Floyd
  • Pigs (Three different ones)
  • Sheep
  • Pigs on the Wing (Part Two)
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    Post by: Froderik on May 08, 2006, 10:10:00 PM
    Girls Against Boys - Cruise Yourself
    Roxy Music - For Your Pleasure
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 08, 2006, 11:19:00 PM
    You win
    Its your show, now
    So whats it gunna be
    Cause people
    Will tune in
    How many train wrecks do we need to see?
    Before we lose touch of
    We thought this was low
    It's bad gettin worse so

    [Chorus:]
    Whered all the good people go
    Ive been changin channels
    I dont see them on the tv shows
    Whered all the good people go
    We got heaps and heaps of what we sow

    They got this and that and
    With a rattle a tat
    Testing one two,
    Now whatcha gunna do?
    Bad news, misused,
    Got too much to lose
    Gimme some truth
    Now whos side are we on?
    Whatever you say
    Turn on the boob tube
    Im in the mood to obey
    So lead me astray by the way, now

    Where'd all the good people go?
    I've been changin channels
    I dont see them on the tv shows
    Whered all the good people go
    We got heaps and heaps of what we sow

    Sitting round feeling far away
    So far away but I can feel the debris
    Can you feel it?
    You interrupt me from a friendly conversation
    To tell me how great its all gunna be
    You might notice some hesitation
    Cause whats important to you is not important to me
    Way down by the edge of your reasons
    Its beginning to show
    And all I wanna know is..

    Whered all the good people go
    Ive been changin channels
    I dont see them on the tv shows
    Whered all the good people go
    We got heaps and heaps of what we sow

    They got this and that
    With a rattle a tat
    Testing one, two
    Now what you gonna do?
    Bad news, misused, gimme some truth
    You got too much to lose
    Whose side are we on?
    Whatever you say
    Wrong and resolute but in the mood to obey
    Station to station desensitizing the nation
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    Post by: Froderik on May 09, 2006, 12:44:00 AM
    Some people call me the space cowboy, yeah
    Some call me the gangster of love
    Some people call me Maurice
    Cause I speak of the pompitous of love

    People talk about me, baby
    Say I'm doin' you wrong, doin' you wrong
    Well, don't you worry baby
    Don't worry
    Cause I'm right here, right here, right here, right here at home

    Cause I'm a picker
    I'm a grinner
    I'm a lover
    And I'm a sinner
    I play my music in the sun

    I'm a joker
    I'm a smoker
    I'm a midnight toker
    I sure don't want to hurt no one

    I'm a picker
    I'm a grinner
    I'm a lover
    And I'm a sinner
    I play my music in the sun

    I'm a joker
    I'm a smoker
    I'm a midnight toker
    I get my lovin' on the run
    Wooo Wooooo

    You're the cutest thing
    That I ever did see
    I really love your peaches
    Want to shake your tree
    Lovey-dovey, lovey-dovey, lovey-dovey all the time
    Ooo-eee baby, I'll sure show you a good time

    Cause I'm a picker
    I'm a grinner
    I'm a lover
    And I'm a sinner
    I play my music in the sun

    I'm a joker
    I'm a smoker
    I'm a midnight toker
    I get my lovin' on the run

    I'm a picker
    I'm a grinner
    I'm a lover
    And I'm a sinner
    I play my music in the sun

    I'm a joker
    I'm a smoker
    I'm a midnight toker
    I sure don't want to hurt no one

    Wooo Woooo

    People keep talking about me baby
    They say I'm doin' you wrong
    Well don't you worry, don't worry, no don't worry mama
    Cause I'm right here at home

    You're the cutest thing I ever did see
    Really love your peaches want to shake your tree
    Lovey-dovey, lovey-dovey, lovey-dovey all the time
    Come on baby and I'll show you a good time

    http://www.gangster-of-love.com/songjok.html (http://www.gangster-of-love.com/songjok.html)
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    Post by: Froderik on May 09, 2006, 05:02:00 PM
    The Blue Oyster Cult - Secret Treaties
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    Post by: Froderik on May 11, 2006, 09:16:00 AM
    Superchunk - Come Pick Me Up
    Tori Amos - To Venus and Back
    Neil Young - Silver and Gold
    The Raveonettes - Pretty in Black
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 11, 2006, 10:35:00 PM
    Genesis - Did I Miss Again(radio, cool tune)

    Yonder Mtn String Band bootleg

    Metallica - Fade to Black(radio)

    Right now:  Isley Brothers - Forever Gold(vinyl)
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    Post by: Froderik on May 12, 2006, 01:34:00 AM
    The Isley Bros. made some good funk.
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 13, 2006, 09:00:00 AM
    Things--"Everytime" (sounds like Rain Parade)

    Love--"Alone Again Or" (a benefit concert for Arthur Lee will be happening in LA soon, Robert Plant, David Johannson and others will be playing.  Arthur Lee has leukemia and no health insurance.  Hope the benefit helps)

    King Crimson--Red

    Rolling Stones--"Fingerprint File"

    High Dials--"Morning's White Vibration"

    The Who--"Circles, "Call Me Lightning", "Relax", and "Relay"

    Talking Heads--"The Overload"

    Jesus and Mary Chain--Barbed Wire Kisses

    Radio Birdman--The Essential Radio Birdman 1974-1978

    Zero 7--When It Falls

    Cracker--"Low", Let's Go For A Ride", "Take Me Down to The Infirmary", "Loser"

    Neurosis & Jarboe--Neurosis & Jarboe

    Blue Oyster Cult--"E. T. I. (Extraterrestrial Intelligence)", Tattoo Vampire", Revenge of Vera Gemini", "This Ain't The Summer of Love", "(Don't Fear)The Reaper"

    Supersuckers--The Smoke of Hell

    Miles and Coltrane

    Husker Du--Zen Arcade

    Morphine--Cure For Pain

    Can--Monster Movie

    White Stripes--Get Behind Me Satan

    Built To Spill--Keep It Like A Secret and You In Reverse

    A mix CD from Webcrawler including Barkmarket, Disengage, Easy Action, Helmet, Rocket From The Crypt, Tomahawk, Aquarius Void, Red Kross, Bad Brains, Neurosis, and others. Thanks for the RAWK, WC.

    Gnarls Barkley--"Crazy" and "I Tried"
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 13, 2006, 10:48:00 PM
    That crushing Stevie Nicks on the radio.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 13, 2006, 11:37:00 PM
    Camper Van Beethoven - New Roman Times
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 14, 2006, 03:12:00 PM
    D Generation--"No Way Out" (fucking great rock and roll from a great band that never really made it big.  Cool guys, too.)

    Broadzilla--Lady Luck (thanks again, WC)

    Neil Diamond--"The Pot Smoker's Song" (fucking hilarious)

    Faith No More--"Digging The Grave", "Ugly In The Morning"

    Tomahawk--"In Every Dream Home A Heartache" (cover of Roxy Music)

    Squirrel Nut Zippers--"Hell"

    New Bomb Turks--"Jukebox Lean"
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 14, 2006, 03:14:00 PM
    Clutch-Transnational Speedway and The Elephant Riders
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 14, 2006, 03:18:00 PM
    Quote
    On 2006-05-09 14:02:00, Froderik wrote:

    "The Blue Oyster Cult - Secret Treaties"


    A damn fine record, probably my fave by them, too, but I like Tyranny and Mutation a lot as well. Hmmmm.  We should smoke massive amounts of TBPITW and listen to them both while we get high and debate the relative merits of each.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 14, 2006, 04:57:00 PM
    Well we could start w/ the album cover art of Tyranny & Mvtation..pretty cool... Just dropped the needle on the wax... So far, The Red & The Black... It Just happens to be 4:20 minutes long..lol..pretty tight..rockin..haven't heard this album in a while..
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    Post by: Froderik on May 14, 2006, 05:02:00 PM
    O.D.'d on Life Itself.. This was one of my favorites from this sure..the riff is reminiscent of Long Cool Woman (by The Hollies) It's got sort of a T. Rex-ish feel to it..
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    Post by: Froderik on May 14, 2006, 05:10:00 PM
    "7 Screaming Diz-busters" is tight and jammin' as all hell!  :nworthy:
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    Post by: Froderik on May 14, 2006, 05:16:00 PM
    ..not to mention psychedelic...it just ended! A long (but great) one... That's it for side one..
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    Post by: Froderik on May 14, 2006, 05:41:00 PM
    Side 2... ::cheers::

    This first song, "Baby Ice Dog" is a good one..
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    Post by: Froderik on May 14, 2006, 05:47:00 PM
    I like "Teen Archer" a lot too...didn't like the one before this all that much though..
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    Post by: Froderik on May 14, 2006, 05:49:00 PM
    "Mistress of The Salmon Salt (Quicklime Girl)"  :smokin:
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 15, 2006, 11:11:00 AM
    You guys have piqued my interest.  Now I've got Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and Tyranny and Mutation on my 'records to buy at the flea-market' list.

    ...'ol' on...gotta flip the one I' got on now...
    ...Billie Holiday - An 8 sided record set, titled 'Aint Nobody's Business If I Do'.  Found it at the downtown Salvation store.  In clean and fine condition, vinyl, I'm sayin'.  Its a rainy day here in PA.  Rained all night too.  Real nice-like.  Still rainin'.  Looks like it's a-gonna rain f'r a-while...I got it playin on my ol' stereo, my 24 year ol'Panasonic stereo/reciever/turntable/tape deck, only it aint the exact same stereo but it's the same make and model from that same year so it is identical to it.  I saw it at that record sellin' flea market in OH and bought it for 10.oo...I had to get a belt for the turntable, which wan't no problem and I hooked up my great aunt Betty's Fischer speakers that she left me...

    I'm into side 2 now...or...(was that side 4 ??)

    Coffee an' Ganja. ::hatter::
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 15, 2006, 11:37:00 AM
    Awhh man, it was side 8!
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 15, 2006, 11:45:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-05-14 13:57:00, Froderik wrote:

    "Well we could start w/ the album cover art of Tyranny & Mvtation..pretty cool... Just dropped the needle on the wax... So far, The Red & The Black... It Just happens to be 4:20 minutes long..lol..pretty tight..rockin..haven't heard this album in a while.. "


    The album art for "Tyrrany" is awesome, but the cover of "Secret Treaties", with the ME-262 emblazoned with
    Kronos symbols (the "question mark cross" BOC logo)is my favorite of the two.  I also like the bogus liner notes that talk about secret treaties between the "Plutonian Ambassador" and "Desdanova The Foreign Minister" which culminated in "Astronomy, the Career of EviL".  When I was a kid , I spent hours in libraries looking for Rossignol's "Origins of A World War", unsuccessfully.

    The Red and The Black rocks, but "7 Screaming Diz-Busters" is the killer on that one........

    I like the line in "Quicklime Girl", "The quicklime girl still plies her trade/reduction of the many from the one".   Damn, those guys could play some rock and roll!
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 15, 2006, 11:56:00 AM
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    On 2006-05-14 14:10:00, Froderik wrote:

    ""7 Screaming Diz-busters" is tight and jammin' as all hell!  :nworthy: "


    That's one they rarely play live, and it's kind of an "event" when they do, like the Dead with the song "St. Stephen" or Dinosaur Jr. with "Freak Scene".
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    Post by: Froderik on May 15, 2006, 12:43:00 PM
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    On 2006-05-15 08:45:00, Anonymous wrote:

    The album art for "Tyrrany" is awesome, but the cover of "Secret Treaties", with the ME-262 emblazoned with Kronos symbols (the "question mark cross" BOC logo)is my favorite of the two.  I also like the bogus liner notes that talk about secret treaties between the "Plutonian Ambassador" and "Desdanova The Foreign Minister" which culminated in "Astronomy, the Career of EviL".  When I was a kid, I spent hours in libraries looking for Rossignol's "Origins of A World War", unsuccessfully.

    Ah...I failed to note its inner sleeve; and I would have to agree.

    All in all, I have to say that I like Secret Treaties more than I like Tyranny and Mvtation.
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 15, 2006, 01:39:00 PM
    Yeah, I'd have to agree, Secret Treaties is more to my liking, but Tyrrany and Mutation is a damn good record.
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 15, 2006, 01:54:00 PM
    Tough, tough
    Life can be tough
    But if it gets harder
    You can try
    Harder stuff!
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 15, 2006, 03:22:00 PM
    One of the reasons for my undying love for BOC is that I used to "rock out in my head" to them all the time in Straight.   It helped to keep me going when I was misbehaving/ not complying.  I remember a kid came in with a Kronos symbol tattooed on his forearm, Ryan Fr***n, I think was his name.  Just seeing that logo helped me maintain some sort of psychic connection to "my past".  I would sometimes call out for "ME-262" or "Godzilla" when staff would say "Let's have a song....."   Yep, Buck Dharma & Co. helped me get through Straight.  My thanks, Blue Oyster Cult.
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 15, 2006, 05:48:00 PM
    Mountaingoats--"Headstones Climbed Up the Hill"
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 15, 2006, 05:54:00 PM
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    On 2006-05-15 14:48:00, Anonymous wrote:

    "Mountaingoats--"Headstones Climbed Up the Hill""


    The song is called "Palmcorder Yajna".  It's fucking great.  The guy lived in Tampa for a year and wrote an album about it.  If it's anything like this tune, it's a pretty good indication of what that must be like.  Never lived there, other than a few times in Steraight, but have visited it enough to know it's hellish, hellish, hellish.
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 15, 2006, 08:59:00 PM
    Robin Trower - "Caravan to Midnight" record album.

    I like the sound.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 15, 2006, 09:35:00 PM
    Blue Oyster Cult - "Transmaniacon MC"
    Woody Guthrie - "Pretty Boy Floyd"
    Stereolab - "Strobo Acceleration"
    Motley Crue - "Girls, Girls, Girls"
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    Post by: Froderik on May 16, 2006, 01:44:00 PM
    The Feelies - "The High Road"
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 16, 2006, 05:22:00 PM
    more Mountain Goats.  This guy is a fucking genius.  Can't get enough of the low-fi cleverness, great lines, low-budget, the man is truly an artiste......

    "Palmcorder Yajna" gets a six on a scale of 1-5, it's that damn good......at least I think so today.  Ask me tomarrow, things might have changed by then.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 16, 2006, 06:05:00 PM
    Lucinda Williams - "I Lost It"
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 17, 2006, 07:51:00 PM
    Tomahawk--"God Hates A Coward", "You Can't Win", "In Every Dreamhome A Heartache"

    Roxy Music--"Avalon"


    RTP2k3 uses and endorses Club Cabaret Width rolling papers
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 17, 2006, 08:11:00 PM
    So they covered that Roxy Music tune, eh? I haven't heard of that band.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 17, 2006, 08:12:00 PM
    Smashing Pumpkins - "1979"
    King Crimson - "21st Century Schizoid Man"
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 17, 2006, 08:13:00 PM
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    On 2006-05-17 17:11:00, Anonymous wrote:

    "So they covered that Roxy Music tune, eh? I haven't heard of that band."


    Yeah, it's one of Mike Patton's (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle) bands.  They do a killer cover.

    rtp
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 17, 2006, 08:19:00 PM
    That's such a cool song...I heard it when I was dosing once. I was out in SF hanging out at a small party until sunrise. What a sunrise that was..from a roof overlooking all of those crosses in the Mission District...
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    Post by: Froderik on May 17, 2006, 08:19:00 PM
    That's such a cool song...I heard it when I was dosing once. I was out in SF hanging out at a small party until sunrise. What a sunrise that was..from a roof overlooking all of those crosses in the Mission District...
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 17, 2006, 08:21:00 PM
    Sounds like a fun time.  "I just" borrowed a DVD of Roxy Music (Eno-era) and T. Rex from about 1971 or so.  They do a killer version of that song, Phil Manzanera (guitarist, currently touring with David Gilmour) does some sick shit that Eno augments with electronics.  Fucking wild.

    Also borrowed a DVD of Roxy Music from the Avalon tour at the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 17, 2006, 08:28:00 PM
    Otoh, Brian Ferry's solo stuff sucks..I think you would agree with that statement for the most part. Granted I haven't heard a lot of it..
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    Post by: RTP2003 on May 17, 2006, 08:31:00 PM
    Yeah, it bores the fuck outta me.....
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 18, 2006, 10:12:00 AM
    Lou Reed comes from America

    Ronald Reagan came from America

    Gary Gilmore came from America.........


    ----some English punk 45 I heard, don't know the band or the song, but it's damn good.


    RTP2k3 fought in defense of the Old Republic
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    Post by: Anonymous on May 18, 2006, 10:20:00 AM
    Blve Oyster Cvlt--Imaginos (not their best work by far, but still interesting to fans)
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 18, 2006, 12:54:00 PM
    Hey!  It's been rainin' an' rainin' in these rustbelt foothills, and although the weather hasn't been conducive to workin outdoors much, it has been perfect for stayin' home and drinkin' beer and smokin' a couple 'a' joints and listenin' to records.  Yesterday a buddy stopped by who recently lost his job, so we took a load of beer cans into the scrapyard where they were buyin' aluminum cans for 75 cents a lb. which if you're not familliar with the price of scrap metals is a very good price.  We made about 47.oo.  We took the money and bought us another case of beer and came back here and rolled a joint and listened to records and tapes for about the next 11 hours.  Here's the play list from yesterday(may not be in exact chronologicl order):

    'ol' on a minute whilst I create a joint out of the ashes of yesterdays highs....

    ...OK...let us see now...

    Picked up this double album compilation at the Salvation Army the other day.  It's a Warner Brothers release fro0mm 1977 called "Limo":

    Ry Cooder - 'Alimony'
    Sanford and Townsend - 'Moolah Moo Mazuma(Sin City Wahh-oo)'
    Jonathan Cain Band - 'Windy City Breakdown'
    Bonnie Raitt - 'Runaway'
    Little Feat - 'Red Streamliner'
    Van Morrison - 'Flamingos Fly'
    Leo Sayer - 'You Make Me Feel Like Dancin'
    Al Jarreau - 'Better Than Anything'
    Kate and Anna McGarrigle - 'Walking Song'
    Danny O'Keefe - 'The Runaway'
    Eddie Hazel - 'California Dreamin' (not the Mamas an Papas tune)
    Fleetwood Mac - 'Dreams'
    Mylon le Fevre - 'Goodbye Miss Sadness'
    Chunky, Novi and Ernie - 'Didn't Want To Hurt Cha For Another Guy'
    Jesse Winchester - 'Nothin' But a Breeze'
    Wendy Waldman - 'Living Is Good'
    Jesse Colin Young - 'Higher and Higher'
    Deaf School - 'What a Way To End It All'
    The Gabby Pahinui Hawaiian Band - 'Aloha ka Manini(I was very impressed with this one and surprised too.  Real bluesy.  I couldn't understand the Hawaiian lyrics but I could still understand the blues, very cool)
    Henhouse 5 Plus Too - 'In The Mood'(silly crazy tune sung by chickens)
    Hirth Martinez - 'Nothin Iz New'
    Emmy Lou Harris - 'She'
    Gary Wright - 'Phantom Writer'
    Attitudes - 'In a Stranger's Arms'
    Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes - 'Call of the Wild'
    The Doobie Brothers _ 'You're Made That Way'
    Rod Stewart - 'Tonight's the Night'

    (All in all a nice find)

    Billie Holiday - 'God Bless the Child'

    Billy Ocean - 'Carribean Queen'

    Brothers Johnson - 'Runnin' For Your Lovin' and Free Yourself, Be Yourself'(I picked this up at the local Salvation Army too.  Produced and Arranged by Quincy Jones, funky Stuff)

    Cal Tjader - 'I Showed Them'(from the live album 'At Grace Cathedral)

    Allman Brothers - 'Don't Want You No More' and 'It's Not My Cross To Bear'(solid psychedelic-blues-rock)

    Jefferson Starship - 'Mau Mau(Amerikon)', from the album 'Blows Against the Empire' (another Sal score)

    James Taylor - 'Handyman'

    Grand Funk - 'Into the Sun'(live version which fills the entire 4th side of 'Grand Funk Live Album'

    Rush - 'Tom Sawyer'

    Free - 'Mr. Big' (Bad-Ass, solid, hard-rock-power-blues)

    Dave Mason - 'Feelin' Alright', 'Pearly Queen', 'Show Me Some Affection' 'All Along the Watchtower' from the album 'Certified Live'

    Traffic - 'Glad', Freedom Rider', 'Empty Pages', John Barleycorn', from the album, 'John Barleycorn Must Die'

    The Human League - 'Don't You Want Me'

    Iron Maiden - self titled debut album in its entirety

    Curtis Mayfield - 'Superfly'

    George Harrison - 'Give Me Love'

    Eric Clapton -  'I Shot the Sheriff'

    CTI Summer Jazz(featuring George Benson, Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson and Grover Washinton,jr.) - 'Grits Bowl', 'Inner City Blues/What's Goin On ??', 'California Dreamin'(Mamas and Papas cover, kick-ass jazz version),'First Light'

    Hall and Oates - 'Sara Smile', 'She's Gone', 'Rich Girl'
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 18, 2006, 12:56:00 PM
    Grateful Dead - 'Wake of the Flood'
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    Post by: Froderik on May 18, 2006, 01:04:00 PM
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    Little Feat - 'Red Streamliner'
    This has a nice groove to it..one of the better cuts from the album it's on. Little Feat is an awesome band.

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    Eddie Hazel - 'California Dreamin'
    Pretty sure this guy was in Funkadelic...how is this song...any good?

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    Brothers Johnson

    These bros can jam...an old friend of mine had an LP of theirs.
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 18, 2006, 03:37:00 PM
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    On 2006-05-18 10:04:00, Froderik wrote:

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    Little Feat - 'Red Streamliner'

    This has a nice groove to it..one of the better cuts from the album it's on. Little Feat is an awesome band.



    yeah.

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    Eddie Hazel - 'California Dreamin'

    Pretty sure this guy was in Funkadelic...how is this song...any good?



    Great tune and Oh! it is the Mamas and the Papas cover...I guess I was just wasted yesterday when I thought that it was different...but maybe that's what confused me because it is a slow-funky-electric-guitar-blues, with lots of effects and such.  The most funky lead guitar-oriented cover of this tune that I' heard yet.  I didn't even recognize it yesterday! Hey! her's what the inside of the record says about the artist:  

    Eddie Hazel, longtime guitarist for George Clinton's Parliament-Funkadelic institution of musical insanity(he played the famous solo on "Maggot Brain") believes that he is tuned into extra-terrestrial forces and programmed from above.  One day in 1975, Eddie was on an airliner when he saw a UFO which took him off the plane and fed him to the universe.  When an air-marshall attempted to calm him, Eddie bit the man on the neck.  Result: a year in jail, during which Eddie worked hard at developing his own new style of playing, singing, and writing.  Result: his first solo album: "Game, Dame and Guitar Thangs"



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    Brothers Johnson

    These bros can jam...an old friend of mine had an LP of theirs."


    I just picked it up 'cause I seen it was scouted out by Quincy Jones.  I only listened to 2 songs off it so far but they were good.  But I don't really remember...all that well...
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 18, 2006, 03:39:00 PM
    ...O! Fuck! ...welll, I fucked that up. :smile:
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    Post by: Froderik on May 18, 2006, 05:10:00 PM
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    Eddie Hazel, longtime guitarist for George Clinton's Parliament-Funkadelic institution of musical insanity(he played the famous solo on "Maggot Brain") believes that he is tuned into extra-terrestrial forces and programmed from above. One day in 1975, Eddie was on an airliner when he saw a UFO which took him off the plane and fed him to the universe. When an air-marshall attempted to calm him, Eddie bit the man on the neck. Result: a year in jail, during which Eddie worked hard at developing his own new style of playing, singing, and writing. Result: his first solo album: "Game, Dame and Guitar Thangs"

    Cool...thanks for posting that. :tup:
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 18, 2006, 05:16:00 PM
    ... ::rocker::  :skull:
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    Post by: Froderik on May 18, 2006, 09:38:00 PM
    Reptile House - "Link Look Out"
    Selections by Faust & Amon Duul (Krautrock)
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 01:31:00 AM
    Rastaman Vibration
    Decade(the part that has "The Old Laughing Lady" on it)
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 11:50:00 AM
    The George Benson Collection
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 12:05:00 PM
    CTI Summer Jazz series, Live One At the Hollywood Bowl(featuring George Benson, Grover Washington, Freddie Hubbard and Milt Jackson) - Kick-Ass Jazz version of The Mama's and the Papa's 'CA Dreamin'( A live jam from the 70s.  The MC is on the beginning of the tape.  It actually sounds like it could be Bill Graham, but then all those MCs talked that way back then, didn't ever'body, or what ??  Anyway he's on the mic talkin' and he says: "CTI Summer Jazz... and if Jazz is dead this is the biggest funeral I ever saw.")
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    Post by: Froderik on May 19, 2006, 12:16:00 PM
    Some of my all-time favorite jazz musicains are Miles Davis, Charlie Mingus and John Coltrane.
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 12:29:00 PM
    Howcome ??  Those cats are all real loose(spacey and wanderin') with their rhythms.  That Hollywood Bowl jam is all super tight, but super smooth too and aggressive(like we're gettin somewhere), Rhythms and Blues Jazz.  'California Dreamin'  It's got Teef.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 19, 2006, 12:38:00 PM
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    Howcome ?? Those cats are all real loose(spacey and wanderin') with their rhythms.

    :roll: :lol:

    That is so NOT true! Mingus, for one, has made some the tightest and aggresive arrangements known to man! And shit...how can you even think of dissing Miles Davis?? He's churned out some of the angriest jazz this white boy has ever heard and will ever hear! Listen to "On The Corner" and come back here and say that! That shit JAMS! And Coltrane... Man all of the above is CLASSIC and definitely "gets somewhere" musically!!
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 12:56:00 PM
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    Howcome ?? Those cats are all real loose(spacey and wanderin') with their rhythms.

    :o You've gotta be kiddin' me!  :roll: :lol:



    That is so NOT true! Mingus, for one, has made some the tightest and aggresive arrangements known to man! And shit...how can you even think of dissing Miles Davis?? He's churned out some of the angriest jazz this white boy has ever heard and will ever hear! Listen to "On The Corner" and come back here and say that! That shit JAMS! And Coltrane... Man all of the above is CLASSIC and definitely "gets somewhere" musically!! "


    Well I haven't listened to ever't'in' yet, and I don't mean to be dissin' nobody, I've got some Coltrane and some Miles, but I don't really listen to them all that much, only occaisionally.  Mingus I've heard but can't really remember but I think I might have one of his records downstairs in which case I've listened to it and would still rate the CTI Summer Jazz as better music.  I'll consider what you've said though and check out "On The Corner" and see what it is.  I'm always lookin' for good music.
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 01:12:00 PM
    Hey Frod, I don't mean no disrespect to any of those cats.  I know they're all real good or great or whatever.  I'm just sayin' that what I've heard from them, which I admit aint even the majority of their stuff, just don't get it like CTI, and really, there's a lot of 'great' jazz that I aint into. I seen and heard some truly great music on that Ken Burns Documentary about Jazz.  Man, that was killer, including some bad-ass Mingus and Thelonius Monk footage.  Maybe your right, and I just aint heard the right stuff yet, but that CTI really jams.  I dunno.  Tough to be more smooth an' aggressive simultaneously like that.
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 01:43:00 PM
    I don't mean to be dissin' nobody but I just aint heard the Miles Davis or the Coltrane or Mingus that gets it like the CTI cats are gettin it, George Benson, Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson and Grover Washington,jr.  Anyway, I's jus' wonderin' what it was that you liked about those musicians...[ This Message was edited by: starry-eyed pirate on 2006-05-19 11:02 ]
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    Post by: Froderik on May 19, 2006, 08:38:00 PM
    Miles Davis - On The Corner
    Lungfish - Indivisible
    Neil Young - Rust Never Sleeps
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    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 19, 2006, 09:39:00 PM
    I'll try to find that "On the Corner" and check it out.
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    Post by: Froderik on May 19, 2006, 10:08:00 PM
    You won't be disappointed! :tup:

    "Bitches Brew" and "LIVE EVIL" are two other cool later works by Miles...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 20, 2006, 12:48:00 PM
    Check out A Love Supreme by John Coltrane.   The greatest jazz album, ever.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 20, 2006, 01:04:00 PM
    Tool--10,000 Days

    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers--Hard Promises

    Bongwater--Double Bummer

    Pinback--Summer In Abaddon
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 20, 2006, 02:57:00 PM
    AC/DC - Shoot To Thrill
    Reptile House - Link Look Out
    Aerosmith--Done With Mirrors
    Aerosmith - Back In The Saddle (from Live Bootleg)
    The Rolling Stones - You Got Me Rockin (from No Security)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 20, 2006, 03:16:00 PM
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs--Show Your Bones

    Pink Floyd--Wish You Were Here
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 20, 2006, 06:03:00 PM
    Miles Davis - "Man With the Horn" on cassette tape:

    "Fat Time"
    "Back Seat Betty"
    "Shout"
    "Aida"
    "The Man With the Horn"(My favorite on this one, so far)
    "Ursula"

    Well, alright(to use a Blind Faith song title) this tape is better than I remembered it bein'.  Maybe I just wa'n't in the mood f'r it that day.  Yeah, alright.  I will continue to re-evaluate Miles Davis and John Coltrane and Charles Mingus.  No disrespect intended, just speakin my mind.

    Yeah, I ve heard of a love supreme, but don't know it.  I got Ole Coltrane on CD.  I've listened to it a few times but I still only have a vague sense of it.  Not like Benson on CA Dream.  I practically, could play that from memory if a just held a guitar and closed my eyes.  And I haven't listened to it all that much more than the other stuff yet either, ...or have I ??  Yeah I have pro'ly.  I think the tune; The 'Californ'a Dream' must mean somethin' to me too.  Something subconscious.  Now I got to go cut my neighbors grass while she sits on her porch drinkin' water and talkin' to somebody on her phone. :smile:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 20, 2006, 08:52:00 PM
    Johnny Cash--American IV: The Man Comes Around

    Dr. John--The Night Tripper

    Pixies--Come On Pilgrim

    Ween--Shinola

    Ween--Quebec

    Polvo--Celebrate The New Dark Age

    Jane's Addiction--Nothing's Shocking

    all vinyl used in the creation of this post obtained at Daddy Kool Records, St. Petersburg, and Hyde & Zeke Records , Gainesville,  FL
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 21, 2006, 06:26:00 AM
    Jethro Tull -- My God
    Chicago --  Does anybody realy know what time it is
    Cat Stevens -- Oh Very young
    Yes -- I'v seen all good people
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 21, 2006, 01:38:00 PM
    Shocking Blue - "The Love Machine"
    Chrome - Alien Sound Tracks
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on May 21, 2006, 10:44:00 PM
    Eddie Hazel - "California Dreamin"
    G. Benson, F. Hubbard, M. Jackson, G. Washinton(CTI Summer Jazz series) - "California Dreamin"
    Robin Trower - "Caravan to Midnight"
    Allman Brothers - "Don't Want You No More", "It Aint My Cross to Bear"(from the album "Beginnings")
    Roberta Flack - "Killing Me Softly"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 22, 2006, 09:58:00 PM
    Lush - Gala
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 23, 2006, 09:18:00 AM
    Nirvana - Nevermind
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 23, 2006, 06:39:00 PM
    URGE OVERKILL:
  • "Ticket To L.A."
  • "Blow Chopper"
  • "76 Ball"
  • Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 24, 2006, 05:49:00 PM
    Fiona Apple
  • please please please
  • red red red
  • Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 24, 2006, 09:51:00 PM
    Helios Creed--Lactating Purple

    Chrome--Having A Wonderful Time With The Tripods

    Clutch--The Elephant Riders

    Can--Egi Bamyasi

    King Crimson--Three Of A Perfect Pair


    RTP2k3 is highly revered in Serbia, New Zealand, and France
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 24, 2006, 10:48:00 PM
    Quote
    Can--Ege Bamyasi

    Great album...amazing shit for 1972.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 24, 2006, 10:49:00 PM
    Thelonious Monk - Straight, No Chaser
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 24, 2006, 11:19:00 PM
    Quote
    On 2006-05-24 19:48:00, Froderik wrote:

    "
    Quote
    Can--Ege Bamyasi

    Great album...amazing shit for 1972."


    Yeah, check out Monster Movie sometime.  Amazing shit for 1968.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 24, 2006, 11:23:00 PM
    And really if ya think about it Can's music is still some pretty amazing shit even to this very day!
    What an incredibly innovative sound they had! f13
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 25, 2006, 10:44:00 PM
    Blue Oyster Cult--Agents of Fortune

    Stooges--Funhouse

    Melvins--The Maggot

    Black Uhuru--Red

    Soundtrack of Our Lives--"Galaxy Gramaphone", "James Last Experience"

    Johnny Cash--"Little Sadie"

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs--"Gold Lion"

    Pink Floyd--"Vera"

    Roxy Music--"Avalon"

    Ween--"All My Love" (Zeppelin cover), "The Grobe", "Spinal Meningitis (Got Me Down)", "The Golden Eel", "Baby Bitch", "A Tear For Eddy"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 26, 2006, 08:51:00 AM
    Roxy Music--"Avalon"

    Beatles--"Rain"

    Rain Parade--"No Easy Way Down"

    Aerosmith--"Rats In The Cellar"

    Soundtracks of Our Lives--"Galaxy Gramophone"

    Melvins--"Green Manalishi (with the Two-Pronged Crown)" (cover of Fleetwood Mac)

    UFO--"Rock Bottom"

    Swingin' Neckbreakers--"Brown-Eyed Girl" (NOT the Van Morrison song)

    Jefferson Airplane--"Crown Of Creation"

    The Who--"Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde", "Armenia, City In The Sky"

    Kinks--"Waterloo Sunset"

    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers--"Something Big", "Night Watchman"

    Television--"I See No Evil"

    The Damned--"Neat Neat Neat"

    The Stooges--"Funhouse"

    Radio Birdman--"Descent Into The Maelstrom", "Smith & Wesson Blues", "Anglo Girl Desire"

    Johnny Cash--"Ghost Riders In The Sky"

    Waylon Jennings--"I've Always Been Crazy"

    Loretta Lynn--"Portland, Oregon"

    Jerry Lee Lewis--"It'll Be Me"

    RTP2K3
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 26, 2006, 09:09:00 AM
    Damn you listen to a lot of cool shit...you still using satellite?

    Quote
    Beatles--"Rain"
    This was always a favorite of mine by them. I think I'll pull out the LP that it's on and play it now; it's sort of apropos.

    Quote
    Aerosmith--"Rats In The Cellar"

    My favorite cut from Rocks; that one and the one right after it, "Combination" are both great songs. They tune down a 1/2 step for that side of the album.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 26, 2006, 09:12:00 AM
    Lucinda Williams - Live @ The Fillmore
    Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien
    Steve Vai - Passion and Warfare
    Led Zeppelin - "The Wanton Song"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 26, 2006, 09:14:00 AM
    Yeah, still listening to satellite, and a friend of mine spent a couple of hundred bucks on vinyl in the last couple of days, so we've been listening to them.

    "Combination" is a cool song, too, with Joe Perry doing the lead vox, my favorite on that album, though, is "Sick As A Dog".
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 26, 2006, 09:20:00 AM
    Oh yeah that one's great! Hell, "Back in the Saddle" is good too but I prefer the live version of it on Live Bootleg to the version on Rocks.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 26, 2006, 09:24:00 AM
    "Nobody's Fault" is a good one, too.  All in all, I think Rocks is a very underrated album.  I agree that the live version of "Back In the Saddle" is better than the studio version, if I remember correctly, Live Bootleg has a pretty good version of "Last Child", too.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 26, 2006, 09:34:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-05-26 06:12:00, Froderik wrote:

    "Lucinda Williams - Live @ The Fillmore



    What year is that one from?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 26, 2006, 09:38:00 AM
    2005. (http://http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/record-reviews/w/williams_lucinda/live-at-the-fillmore.shtml)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 26, 2006, 10:46:00 AM
    Andrew Hill - Point Of Departure
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 27, 2006, 11:38:00 AM
    Marvin Gaye - "I Want You (Intro Jam)"
    Al Green - "Here I Am (Come and Take Me)"
    Dionne Warwick - "The Letter" (originally recorded by the Box Tops, later a hit for Joe Cocker)
    KC & The Sunshine Band - "Get Down Tonight"
    Stevie Wonder - "I Wish"
    Parliament - "Placebo Syndrome"
    Parliament - "Bop Gun"
    Al Green - "You Oughta Be With Me"
    Earth, Wind & Fire - "Getaway"
    Little Feat - "Red Streamliner"
    Steely Dan - "Do It Again"
    Can - "I'm So Green"
    Chet Baker - "Let's Get Lost"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 27, 2006, 11:54:00 PM
    Chocolate Watchband--"Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love-In)?"

    Thee Headcoats--"Troubled Times"

    Kinks--"Where Have All The Good Times Gone"

    Ko & The Knockouts--"You're On My Mind"

    The Who--"My Wife"

    Joan Jett & The Blackhearts--"Love Is All Around" (theme from The Mary Tyler Moore Show)

    Soundtrack Of Our Lives--"Dow Jones"

    Ween--"Transdermal Celebration"

    Raconteurs--"Steady As She Goes"

    Buffalo Springfield--"Mr. Soul"

    Radio Birdman--"Murder City Nights"

    RTP2K3 thinks drugs are cool
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on May 28, 2006, 01:38:00 AM
    Chairsmen of Yore - Live @ the Mt. Vernon Methodist Church 3.24.2006

    The Beatles - "I Should Have Known Better"
    The Beatles - "Rain"

    The Damned - "Looking at You" (the old MC5 tune)
    The Damned - "Smash It Up (Parts I & II)"
    The Damned - "New Rose"
    The Damned - "Plan 9 Channel 7"

    Richard Thompson - Mirror Blue
    Richard Thompson - "I Still Dream"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 29, 2006, 01:19:00 AM
    Richard & Linda Thompson - "Wall of Death"
    Richard & Linda Thompson - "For Shame of Doing Wrong"
    Richard & Linda Thompson - "Borrowed Time"
    Richard & Linda Thompson - "Keep Your Distance"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 29, 2006, 09:43:00 PM
    The Fendermen - "Mule Skinner Blues"
    Jim Stafford - "Swamp Witch"
    AC/DC - "Rock 'n' Roll Damnation"
    AC/DC - "Down Payment Blues"
    AC/DC - "Gimme a Bullet"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 30, 2006, 11:20:00 AM
    Richard Thompson--Mirror Blue
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 30, 2006, 02:17:00 PM
    Neurosis--The Eye OF Every Storm

    Aphex Twin, Massive Attack, and some other electronica

    Ween--Live In Chicago DVD

    RTP2003 can save you from Chinese hydrogen bombs
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 31, 2006, 09:12:00 AM
    T.S.O.L. - "Wash Away"
    PJ Harvey - Uh Huh Her
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on May 31, 2006, 11:30:00 PM
    Galaxie 500--This Is Our Music
    Mission of Burma - "Academy Fight Song"
    The Grifters (not sure of song title)
    Galaxie 500--On Fire
    PIL - "Banging The Door"

    Fred Frith--Speechless

    The Cowboy Junkies--Miles From Our Home
    The Cowboy Junkies--Lay It Down

    AC/DC - "What's Next To The Moon"
    AC/DC - "Gone Shootin'"
    AC/DC - "Up To My Neck In You"
    AC/DC - "Kicked In The Teeth"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 01, 2006, 06:11:00 PM
    Anyone kinda disapointed with the new TooL CD? Considering its been over 5 fucking years since these dudes put out a new album...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 01, 2006, 06:14:00 PM
    Thelonious Monk - Straight, No Chaser
    Superchunk - Come Pick Me Up
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 02, 2006, 08:26:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-06-01 15:11:00, Anonymous wrote:

    "Anyone kinda disapointed with the new TooL CD? Considering its been over 5 fucking years since these dudes put out a new album... "


    When I first heard "Vicarious" I thought that they could do better, but when I listened to the whole thing I liked it a lot.  Maybe it was the dope, the yay, or the weed, but I thought it was pretty good.  Definitely showing a bit of restraint at times, a little more subtle,  maybe?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 02, 2006, 08:37:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-05-31 20:30:00, Anonymous wrote:

    "Galaxie 500--This Is Our Music



    Cool band.  I got into them in the early 90s, listened to them and Spaceman 3 a lot back then.

    Cowboy Junkies are cool, they did the coolest version of "Sweet Jane" ever, and it's hard to beat the live version Lou Reed did on Rock and Roll Animal.  What a great song.....

    I heard a Fred Frith album called The Technology of Tears a while back, don'tt remember much of it, though.  He was on an album with Richard Thompson, Henry Kaiser, and some other guy (his last name's 'French'; the band was French, Frith, Kaiser and Thompson, kinda like a law firm) called Invisible Means that had some interesting stuff on it.  Not all of it was accessible at first listen, but a good record.

    Gotta love the Bon Scott-era AC/DC.  Music to drive drunk to.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 02, 2006, 11:06:00 AM
    Quote
    Cool band. I got into them in the early 90s, listened to them and Spaceman 3 a lot back then.

    Yeah, that's when I listened to them too; the Lungfish guitar guy turned me on to them. The limitation of having only a cassette player and an AM/FM radio in my van forces me to dig through old shoe boxes full of tapes looking for stuff to listen to while driving...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 02, 2006, 11:24:00 AM
    Quote
    I heard a Fred Frith album called The Technology of Tears a while back, don'tt remember much of it, though. He was on an album with Richard Thompson, Henry Kaiser, and some other guy (his last name's 'French'; the band was French, Frith, Kaiser and Thompson, kinda like a law firm) called Invisible Means that had some interesting stuff on it. Not all of it was accessible at first listen, but a good record.

    I first heard Speechless a long time ago (when I was 15, an older friend was into him & had seen him perform at JHU and told me all about his quirky guitar innovations) and ended up buying it like 10 years ago when I was buying up vinyl. It's a great record! I heard Frith on a Richard Thompson song called "A Bird In God's Garden" which is on a RT anthology called Watching the Dark which btw is another good collection of music worth a listen. Does Frith record on Ralph Records? He's obviously of that Residents-ish ilk of music that we know and love. Come to think of it, there were also a couple of Snakefinger tunes on one of those tapes which I neglected to mention. They were, "Kill The Great Raven" and "What, Wilbur?" which are from the album Chewing Hides The Sound. I used to have a 45 with those two songs on it that someone had lent me...this was before str8..I had some other cool (and now rare) 45's lent to me that were lost as well..one by The Cramps..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 03, 2006, 07:53:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-06-02 08:24:00, Froderik wrote:

     Does Frith record on Ralph Records?

    He may have a release or two on there, it sounds familiar.  I think he had some stuff on Enigma back in the 90s but I don't know if that stuff is still available or not.  Maybe Rhino or someone like that reissued them.

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    .I had some other cool (and now rare) 45's lent to me that were lost as well..one by The Cramps.."


    Man, don't  get me started on records that I lost due to Straight.  Records that I paid for (or shoplifted, in some cases)with money I made mowing lawns and working shitty jobs.  What a great lesson to teach a kid about the value of working to buy your own stuff----throw them away so that all his time and effort was for naught.  A lot of the stuff was definitely shite, stuff I wouldn't listen to now except for the nostalgia or novelty effect(and some not even then; if I were to mention some of the records I owned I would have to kill you to make sure the information wasn't used to embarrass me later), but still, the damn things were mine, I bought them or stole them myself, my parents damn sure weren't into buying me any goddamn rock and roll records, even pre-Str8.  Some of them are worth a lil bit o' cash these days, too.......

    Anyway, as to the above "embarrassing records in my collection", I will cop to at one time being the proud owner of Pieces of Eight by Styx, as well as some really shitty album by Angel, and I also owned Def Leppard's first record, On THrough The Night.  I used to tape the "Spotlight Album" on the local FM rock station at midnight, and the sonic diarrhea found in those cassettes would include Whitesnake--Ready and Willing (at least this was when they tried to sound like later Deep Purple; oh, fuck, now I'm  defending my ownership of a homemade Whitesnake tape, something is definitely wrong, I should lay off the blow and just stick with the opiates....) and Double Vision by Foreigner.  That's all I'm gonna admit to right now, and that should be enough......I'm much more pissed off about the good ones that my parent's stole from me at Str8's instigation, them and their goddamn 'druggie stash' nonsense.

    RTP2003's drug cult continues to attract devotees from all walks of life, from seventeen different countries on three planets
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 03, 2006, 10:09:00 AM
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    sonic diarrhea

     :nworthy:  :rofl:  :tup:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 04, 2006, 02:56:00 PM
    Caught a band at a cool bar in Boulder last night.  Phunkiphino.  they were like a 13 piece band with alto, tenor and baritone saxs, plus a whole mess a other horns.  2 female singers.  They covered "Bad Girls" by Donna Summer.  They were real good.

    I been listenin' to 103, "the fox" out here.  Yesterday I heard a live cover of "Stairway to Heaven" by Great White.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 05, 2006, 05:55:00 AM
    Satan's Pilgrims--"Boss BSA" (cool surf guitar stuff)

    Blondie--"Rip Her To Shreds"

    Johnny Thunders--"I Want To Be Loved"

    New York Dolls--"Dance Like A Monkey"

    Wolfmother--"The Mind's Eye"

    White Zombie--"More Human Than Human"

    Boink!--"Walk Of Fame"

    Tegan & Sara--"Walking With A Ghost"

    Caesars--"Jerk It Out"

    The Charms--"Gimme That Shot"

    Rebel Meets Rebel--"Get Outta My Life" (David Alan Coe & Vinnie Paul from Pantera, Dimebag Darryl played on this track as well)

    Ween--Shinola

    Fugazi--Thirteen Songs
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 05, 2006, 06:59:00 AM
    Heard this band called Iceburn the other night, influenced by Bitch's Brew-era Miles, Sabbath, and King Crimson.   Interesting stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 05, 2006, 07:13:00 AM
    Tool--10,000 Days

    Bardo Pond (mixed CD)

    Hawkwind--Undisclosed Files--Addendum
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: BROWNIE on June 05, 2006, 02:24:00 PM
    IS THIS ALEX ?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Second Skin on June 05, 2006, 10:56:00 PM
    Thom Yorke~The Eraser  :smokin:

    http://www.thetripwire.com/reviews/2006 ... recordings (http://www.thetripwire.com/reviews/2006/5/31/thom-yorke-i-the-eraser-i-xl-recordings)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Second Skin on June 06, 2006, 05:56:00 PM
    Sisters Of Mercy~Floodland

    Floodland is their best album.Very passionate and incredibly moody, a very moving and insightful ride while cruising the open desert highways WAY over the speed limit with high volume. :wink:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 07, 2006, 10:49:00 PM
    Monk/Straight, No Chaser
    Cowboy Junkies - Miles From Our Home
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 08, 2006, 06:23:00 AM
    Bardo Pond (again.....trippy, ethereal stuff)

    Queens of the Stone Age live bootleg from London 04

    Ween--live bootleg stuff  (including a 20 minute version of Pink Floyd's "Echoes")

    Tool--10,000 Days

    Fantomas

    Beastie Boys

    Jane's Addiction--XXX

    Grateful Dead--Workingman's Dead




    RTP2003 advocates and promotes a "druggie lifestyle"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 08, 2006, 07:28:00 AM
    Jucifer--I Name You Destroyer (damn good record, great title, too.)

    RTP2003 contacts aliens for fun and prophet
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 10, 2006, 12:31:00 PM
    PJ Harvey - Uh Huh Her
    Paul Westerberg - Eventually
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 10, 2006, 10:22:00 PM
    Girls Against Boys - Cruise Yourself
    Richard Thompson - Mirror Blue
    U2 - War
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 10, 2006, 10:37:00 PM
    Frod.. you have great taste in music!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 10, 2006, 10:55:00 PM
    Hey, thanks.. :em:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 10, 2006, 10:57:00 PM
    U2 - Boy
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 12, 2006, 12:10:00 PM
    Porcupine Tree--various.....

    Mastodon--live DVD

    Miles Davis--Dark Magus

    Miles Davis--Bitches Brew

    Radio Birdman--Essential 1975-78

    High On Fire--Blessed Black Wings (stoner metal band a la Kyuss or Fu Manchu)

    RTP2003 signed the secret treaty with on behalf of Desdenova, the foreign minister
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 12, 2006, 01:58:00 PM
    The Raveonettes - Pretty In Black
    Lucinda Williams - Live @ the Filmore
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 13, 2006, 12:06:00 AM
    Radio jazz.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on June 14, 2006, 01:01:00 AM
    88.3 FM in Toledo
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Second Skin on June 14, 2006, 05:51:00 AM
    Foo Fighters~In Your Honor
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Rumpofsteelskin on June 14, 2006, 02:23:00 PM
    The Isley Brothers - Go For Your Guns
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 14, 2006, 09:59:00 PM
    Bob Marley - Survival

    "The Harder They Come" orig. motion pic. soundtrack

    Garcia/Grisman, the one with "Russian Lullabye" and "The Thrill is Gone"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 16, 2006, 12:25:00 AM
    David Bowie - Earthling
    The Ventures - The Ventures In Outer Space
    Cheap Trick - (self-titled debut 1977)
    Rip, Rig + Panic
    Andrew Hill - Point of Departure
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 16, 2006, 01:20:00 AM
    Billy Ocean - Suddenly

    M. Chatf3ild - "Life is precious Life"

    Beatles - 1967-1970

    James Taylor - "Handyman"

    CTI Summer Jazz - Live One At the Hollywood Bowl

    Little Feat - Feats Don't Fail Me Now
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 19, 2006, 07:32:00 AM
    Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, Led Zeppelin, Devo, Black Sabbath
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Misty Blue on June 19, 2006, 02:10:00 PM
    Dark Side of the Moon
    Heart - The Essential Heart
    Foo Fighters - In Your Honor
    Alice Cooper - Welcome To My Nightmare
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 20, 2006, 08:08:00 AM
    Morcheeba--"Moog Island", "Howling", "Small Town"

    Mr. Bungle--"None Of Them Knew They Were Robots", "Bungle Grind", "Tower Of Strength"

    Mogwai--"Robot Chant"

    Dillenger Escape Plan--"Irony Is A Dead Scene"

    Faith No More--"Glory Box" (Portishead cover), "War Pigs" (Sabbath cover), "Epic"

    Porcupine Trees--"Blackest Eyes", "Trains", "Lips Of Ashes"

    Steely Dan--"Brooklyn", "Charlie Freak", "Bodhisattva" (the live one, with the wino introducing them, was the B-side of "Hey Nineteen", used to listen to it on the jukebox at the Salty Dog Saloon, a fine drinking establishment), "Aja"

    Radiohead--"The Bends", "Kid A"

    Sigur Ros--"Staralfur", "Ny Batteri"

    Ween--"The Stallion Pt. 5", "I Smoke Some Pot", "Freedom Of '76", "Roses Are Free"

    Big Walter Horton--"Trouble In Mind"

    Miles Davis--"Pharoah's Dance"

    Frank Zappa--"The Torture Never Stops"

    RTP2k3 is highly revered in Tibet
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on June 21, 2006, 12:26:00 PM
    Queens of the Stone Age live in London DVD

    Mogwai (assorted, cool stuff, sorta like Sigur Ros but heavier)

    Spiritualized--Live At the Albert Hall

    Faith No More--Live At Brixton Academy

    David Gilmour--David Gilmour (Can't get enough of the song 'There's No Way Out Of Here', sick sick stuff, cool harmaonica played by Roy Harper on it, "Mihalis" is good, too.)

    Pink Floyd--Obscured By Clouds (Gimme my drugs, goddammit!!!!!!!)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 22, 2006, 01:37:00 AM
    Robin Trower - Caravan to Midnight

    ____________________

    Don't be a fool. Buy records at the Salvation Army. you just have ta check for scratches before you buy!  Peace.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 22, 2006, 01:40:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-06-14 11:23:00, Rumpofsteelskin wrote:

    "The Isley Brothers - Go For Your Guns"


    what's that like ???  - starry
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 22, 2006, 01:51:00 AM
    Listenin to the Caravan to Midnight album right now.  Heavy Hendrix influence on this particular tune right now.  Robin Trower is under-rated and under-played on the commercial radio.  Do they play him on satellite much ??  I'm gonna go start the needle over an' burn some grass into my mind.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 22, 2006, 10:27:00 PM
    I agree w/ you, Robin Trower is very underrated....when I was younger, I got a bunch of 8 tracks from a girl down the street when she found Jesus ( I guess he told her to get rid of her rock music and give it to me.  Thanks, Christ!).  I've seen him live a couple of times and enjoyed both shows.  For Earth Below is another good one, and I like an album he did with Bill Lordan and Jack Bruce (from Cream) called B.L.T. that came out in the mid-80s.  His album covers always seeem to have a druggie/psychedelic look to them, very appropriate for him......

    I haven't heard much of him on Sirius, just occasionally, but I know he's on tour constantly, usually playing smaller clubs.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 22, 2006, 10:45:00 PM
    Primitive Radio Gods--"Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Exact Change In My Hand"  (a guilty pleasure to be sure, but great lyrics for an FM pop song (We swim like lions through the crest/and bathe ourselves in zebra flesh and Mother Theresa's joined the mob/unhappy with her part-time job), and a damn catchy tune.

    Pavement--"Gold Sounds"

    Fuzztones--"Heathen Set"

    Sniff and the Tears--"Driver's Seat" (another awesome pop song, this one from the early 80s; I used to hear this one on the Robert W. Morgan weekly radio show.  My mom, in a fit of pre-Straight anti-drug hysteria, actually thought that the first word in the name of the band was a reference to cocaine use and was probably particularly delighted to get rid of that one as part of Straight's policy of stealing or destroying our personal belongings.)

    Frank Zappa--"Willie The Pimp" (one of my faves, has bad-ass vocals by Capt. Beefheart.  Hot Rats!)

    Golden Earring--"When The Lady Smiles" (a sick and twisted joke disguised as a song)

    Beatles--"Hey Bulldog"

    Iggy Pop--"China Girl" (an ode to heroin disguised as a love song)

    Ventures--"Journey To The Stars"

    Arctic Monkeys--"I Bet You Look Good On The Dance Floor" (cool stuff, but not my favorite song by them.)

    Queen--"'39" (song about the volunteers, mainly Anarchists and Communists, who went to Spain to fight against Franco and the rising tide of Fascism in Europe)



    RTP2003 uses and endorses Club 'Cabaret Width' rolling papers
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 22, 2006, 11:50:00 PM
    Neil Young - "Falling From Above"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on June 23, 2006, 06:43:00 AM
    Ktu--8-armed Monkey

    Primus--Miscellaneous Debris

    Television--The Blow Up

    Can--Monster Movie

    Pere Ubu--Terminal Tower

    Built To Spill--Keep It Like A Secret

    Neurosis & Jarboe--Neurosis & Jarboe

    Talking Heads--Stop Making Sense

    Iggy Pop--"Cold Metal"

    Jesus and Mary Chain--"Kill Surf City", "Sidewalkin'", "Taste Of Cindy"

    Monochords--"Time For A Change"

    Primal Scream--"Country Girl", "Rocks Off", "Slip Inside This House" (cover of 13th Floor Elevators)

    REM--"Crush With Eyeliner"

    Chocolate Watchband--"Are You Gonna Be There (at the Love-In)?"

    Eyeliners--"Destroy"

    Thee Headcoats--"Troubled Times" (gotta love Billy Childish)

    Ko & The Knockouts--"You're On My Mind"

    Cream--"Tales Of Brave Ulysses"

    Bob Dylan--"Silvio" (written for him by Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter)

    Deep Purple--"Hush"

    Dire Straits--"Skateaway", "In The Gallery"

    Lynyrd Skynyrd--"Gimme Back My Bullets"

    The Who--"My Wife"

    The Raconteurs--"Steady As She Goes"

    Jerry Lee Lewis--"Down The Line", "It'll Be Me"

    Buddy Holly & The Crickets--"Well Alright"

    Pavement--"Rattled By The Rush"

    Queens Of The Stone Age--"Regular John"

    Iron Maiden--"Seventh Son Of A Seventh Sun"

    RTP2k3 urges you to smoke pot NOW
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 26, 2006, 01:10:00 AM
    The Five Blind Boys of Alabama - God Will Bless You
    Neil Young - Greendale
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 26, 2006, 03:54:00 PM
    Quote
    On 2006-06-22 19:27:00, Anonymous wrote:

    "I agree w/ you, Robin Trower is very underrated....when I was younger, I got a bunch of 8 tracks from a girl down the street when she found Jesus ( I guess he told her to get rid of her rock music and give it to me.  Thanks, Christ!).  I've seen him live a couple of times and enjoyed both shows.  For Earth Below is another good one, and I like an album he did with Bill Lordan and Jack Bruce (from Cream) called B.L.T. that came out in the mid-80s.  His album covers always seeem to have a druggie/psychedelic look to them, very appropriate for him......



    I haven't heard much of him on Sirius, just occasionally, but I know he's on tour constantly, usually playing smaller clubs."


    Cool, thanx for the information.  Wouldn't mind catchin' the cat in one of those small clubs sometime.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 28, 2006, 11:33:00 AM
    Neil Young
  • "Bandit"
  • "Be The Rain"
  • Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on June 28, 2006, 05:18:00 PM
    Oasis--Don't Believe The Truth (http://http://www.thisboardrocks.com/forum/images/smilies/rock_band.gif)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 28, 2006, 05:19:00 PM
    Oasis--Don't Believe The Truth (http://http://www.thisboardrocks.com/forum/images/smilies/rock_band.gif)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 28, 2006, 05:19:00 PM
    Oasis- Don't Believe The Truth (http://http://www.thisboardrocks.com/forum/images/smilies/rock_band.gif)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on June 28, 2006, 11:12:00 PM
    Sonic Youth - "Mote"

    Butthole Surfers - "2 Parter" (live)
    Butthole Surfers - "Flame Grape"
    Butthole Surfers - "Tornadoes"

    Reptile House - "Keelhaul Love"
    Reptile House - "Social Champion"
    Reptile House - "Surf Epic"

    Samhain - "The Howl"

    The Dicks - "Hate The Police"

    The Upper Crust - "Let Them Eat Rock"

    The Misfits - "London Dungeon"

    P.I.L. - "Swan Lake"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on June 29, 2006, 07:08:00 AM
    Ozzy - Speak of the Devil

    Slayer

    Average White Band - Put it Where You Want It(real cool record, funky white soul)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 02, 2006, 09:41:00 AM
    Walked in on this duo calling themselves City Squirrel last night. They were playing at this café in town. The guy (who sang pretty well) had a nice 12-string Guild and the lady was playing an electric viola...sounded real nice.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 04, 2006, 01:08:00 PM
    Coldplay - X&Y
    Bob Dylan--Blood on The Tracks
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 05, 2006, 09:13:00 AM
    Peeping Tom--Peeping Tom (Mike Patton band, just released)

    Pixies--live DVD

    Queens of the Stone Age--Rated R

    Masters of Reality--The Blue Garden

    other stuff, too........
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 05, 2006, 09:51:00 AM
    Radiohead--The Bends

    RTP2k3 recently talked Buddha down from a bad acid trip
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 06, 2006, 12:29:00 AM
    My Alpha system is up now...

    Alpha is up!

    Average White Band - Soul Searching

    Robin Trower - Caravan to Midnight
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 06, 2006, 01:04:00 AM
    Hey, Alpha dude! :wave:  

    I remember that song "Picking Up the Pieces"..... that was them, right?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 06, 2006, 01:06:00 AM
    Oasis - "Up in The Sky"
    White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan
    Pink Floyd - "One of These Days"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 06, 2006, 01:23:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-07-05 22:04:00, Froderik wrote:

    "Hey, Alpha dude! :wave:  



    I remember that song "Picking Up the Pieces"..... that was them, right? "


    What's up Frod ??

    I don't know.  I've just discovered this band recently.  I mean, of course I'd heard of them.  Remember that ol' Schlitz Malt Liquor commercial ???  The one where the Average White Band gets chased off the set as the bull comes crashin' through.  That was all I knew about these guys until about 6 months ago when I started pickin up their records at the downtown Salvation Army.  Now I got 3 of their records and I like 'em.  1974's self-titled, which I assume to be their debut album, 1975's "Put It Where You Want It" and 1976's "Soul Searchin".
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 06, 2006, 01:25:00 AM
    "...caught in a twilight zo-one..."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 06, 2006, 04:43:00 PM
    A. W. B. - "Soul Searching", side 1:

    "Overture"
    "Love Your Life"
    "I'm the One"
    "A Love of Your Own"
    "Queen of My Soul"

    String Cheese Incident, 4/20/03, Live Oak, FL.  (This show includes a cool cover of Led Zeps' "Ramble On")
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 06, 2006, 05:04:00 PM
    The LBJ whitehouse tapes
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 07, 2006, 12:24:00 AM
    Dennis Brown _ "Love and Hate"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 07, 2006, 11:38:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-07-06 14:04:00, Anonymous wrote:

    "The LBJ whitehouse tapes"


    I heard some of these on C-SPAN once.  They were the tapes that were recorded during phone calls between LBJ and someone(like a congressman, Maybe Earl Warren, or something) who was involved in the investigation into Kennedys' assasination.  Very interesting.  What are your impressions,  that is if you care to let us know ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 07, 2006, 11:38:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-07-06 14:04:00, Anonymous wrote:

    "The LBJ whitehouse tapes"


    I heard some of these on C-SPAN once.  They were the tapes that were recorded during phone calls between LBJ and someone(like a congressman, Maybe Earl Warren, or something) who was involved in the investigation into Kennedys' assasination.  Very interesting.  What are your impressions,  that is if you care to let us know ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 07, 2006, 03:09:00 PM
    Workin' around the house and in the yard on a beautiful Friday afternoon. Drinkin' some beer and smokin' a bowl of TBPITW.  Got all my windows open and the Alpha stereo cranked.

    James Taylor _ Sweet Baby James

    Grand Funk _ Closer to Home(Bad-ass Record, one of my all-time favorites, ya'll should check it out.  Electric, power, blue-funk-rock, wifs teef and soul)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 07, 2006, 10:55:00 PM
    Bruce Springsteen _ Greetings From Asbury Park

    Avg. White Band _ self-titled debut

    INXS _ Kick, side 1:
    Guns In the Sky
    New Sensation
    Devil Inside
    Need You Tonight
    Mediate
    The Loved One

    The Pretenders _ "My City Was Gone"

    The Police _ Ghost In the Machine, side 1:
    Spirits In the Material World
    Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
    Invisible Sun
    Hungry For You
    Demolition Man

    Yonder Mountain String Band

    SCI
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 08, 2006, 01:13:00 AM
    Motley Crue- Same Ol' Situation
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 08, 2006, 10:26:00 PM
    Tesla - Heaven_Nine_Eleven
    X - Devil_Doll
    The Residents--Meet The Residents
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 09, 2006, 12:09:00 AM
    George Harrison
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 09, 2006, 12:15:00 AM
    Black Sabbath--Sabbath bloody Sabbath
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 09, 2006, 10:17:00 AM
    Quote
    On 2006-07-08 21:15:00, Froderik wrote:

    "Black Sabbath--Sabbath bloody Sabbath"


    Tough stuff kid.

     ::rocker::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 09, 2006, 08:39:00 PM
    AC/DC _ 74 Jailbreak, on vinyl.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 09, 2006, 09:48:00 PM
    That's funny... I was just listening to Thin Lizzy's album called Jailbreak! I shit you not..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 10, 2006, 12:18:00 AM
    That's a great album too.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: The Butcher on July 10, 2006, 08:37:00 PM
    Killing Joke {1980}
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 10, 2006, 09:29:00 PM
    Quote
    On 2006-07-09 21:18:00, starry-eyed pirate wrote:

    "That's a great album too. "


    I first heard the whole thing on the radio when I think I was still $tr8, 7-stepped and livin' in my folks $tr8 house still.  There was a program on WCXR, which was the first radio station I remember bein' billed as "classic rock", that played entire albums and I would record them on cassette tape.  So I still have that very tape to this day.  It's been well played.  I've spent a lot 'a' time listenin' to all the killer tunes that it's polluted with.  I got it on CD now.  I just keep that tape around for emergencies and such, if I need it.  Haven't listened to it lately though...

    Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash  
    Johnny Cash, he don't smoke hash

    Johnny Cash is on the train
    and he aint never comin' back.

    At Folsom Prison      ......and San Quentin  ::dove::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 11, 2006, 10:55:00 AM
    Back in the late 70's there was a Baltimore station, 98 Rock WIYY, that used to do the same thing; playing entire albums late at night.. I'd record some of the stuff that they played. I recall a couple of them offhand- The Wall (Pink Floyd), White Music by Crack The Sky...
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    Post by: frootloop88va on July 11, 2006, 11:46:00 AM
    I guess today will be a day dedicated to listening to PINK FLOYD, since Syd Barrett has died.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 11, 2006, 11:45:58 PM
    Quote from: ""frootloop88va""
    I guess today will be a day dedicated to listening to PINK FLOYD, since Syd Barrett has died.

    I know...i've been a Barrett fan since 1985 & it's a bummer... Sure he had completely slipped off the map, but it sucks to hear that he's gone.
    RIP Syd... http://www.sydbarrett.net/ (http://www.sydbarrett.net/)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 11, 2006, 11:52:46 PM
    T. Rex - Electric Warrior
    Bad Brains
    Superchunk - Come Pick Me Up
    The Damned - Live Shepperton 1980
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 12, 2006, 11:17:16 PM
    Lungfish - Sound In Time
    Buzzcocks - a different kind of tension
    Brian Eno - Another Green World
    The Misfits - Walk Among Us
    The Grateful Dead - Madison, WI 2-15-73
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 12, 2006, 11:34:40 PM
    How do I get logged in here ??  I tried to log in up in the right hand corner but then when I try to post it says that user-name is already taken.  NAILBOMB fixed me up over on the $tr8 forum but his advice didn't work for me here.  Are there still a couple 'a' bugs that need worked with the new format or somethin' ??  Anyone else havin trouble ??  Or just me ??... 'cause I aint real swift when it comes to computers.

    -pirate
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 12, 2006, 11:38:56 PM
    Weird...it should definitely work the same on here. It says you're logged in right now..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 12, 2006, 11:43:47 PM
    Ok, now it seems to be workin...but it also seems kinda hit or miss.  Like even though I had logged in earlier in the same way I just did, in the previous attempt, as soon as I clicked on to 'Let it Bleed' I was somehow automatically logged out, and unable to post under my username.   Is there something I'm missin'  ??   :-?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 12, 2006, 11:48:32 PM
    Maybe it just didn't take to me right away.  Some things is like that.   :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 13, 2006, 12:00:59 AM
    ...So anyway what I wanted to say was :  Heavy loss, Sid Barrett.  Spent yesterday raisin my glass and playin my Pink Floyd records, throwin' my own personal wake...

    Meddle
    Animals
    Wish You Were Here
    Dark Side...

    Unfortunately I don't own any stuff of Sids.  The day I was at the flea market where I get a lot of my vinyl, I searched thru the "just in" box that sits right next to the cash register, ya know ??  Then I turned my back to go and seek out the records on my list and when I returned to check out, some other cat was pullin some ol' Sid Barrett record out of the "just In" box!!!  I guess it must'a' snuck in right after me!!  Anyway, I wanted it but the other cat got it.  I forget which one it was now.  Can you believe it !!!  

    Rest in Peace Mr. Barrett, ...You shone like the Sun...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 13, 2006, 11:29:16 AM
    I forget exactly how it was that I got turned on to Syd Barrett. As a youth I was only familiar with the later Pink Floyd stuff. But I recall buying a copy of "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" in 1986 when I was still in Reptile House. We used to do a cover of Lucifer Sam (my idea).

    Now I remember... My girlfriend at the time (who was 4-5 years older than I was) had a couple of early Pink Floyd albums that I loved to listen to over and over again when I lived with her... They were "Atom Heart Mother" and "Umma Gumma". These were 'post-Syd' releases, I think, but really piqued my interest about the early stuff! This music was genuinely psychedelic compared to the later Pink Floyd was with all of its synths and what-not... So that's what led me to go to the record store to look for more..

    I've got some early Floyd (featuring Syd) & solo Barrett in digital format if you'd like me to send it to you.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 13, 2006, 03:50:07 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    I forget exactly how it was that I got turned on to Syd Barrett. As a youth I was only familiar with the later Pink Floyd stuff. But I recall buying a copy of "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" in 1986 when I was still in Reptile House. We used to do a cover of Lucifer Sam (my idea).

    Now I remember... My girlfriend at the time (who was 4-5 years older than I was) had a couple of early Pink Floyd albums that I loved to listen to over and over again when I lived with her... They were "Atom Heart Mother" and "Umma Gumma". These were 'post-Syd' releases, I think, but really piqued my interest about the early stuff! This music was genuinely psychedelic compared to the later Pink Floyd was with all of its synths and what-not... So that's what led me to go to the record store to look for more..

    I've got some early Floyd (featuring Syd) & solo Barrett in digital format if you'd like me to send it to you.


    Hell yeah brother!!!  Lay it on me!!! I'll pm you my address.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 13, 2006, 04:04:30 PM
    ...Well...I mean, I would pm you my address if I could figure out how to send you a pm! What am I supposed to do with the block that says "find user name" ??  I don't get it.  Sorry, I'm such a moron that way ... ::ftard::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 14, 2006, 02:19:23 PM
    Wide Spread Panic - Athens, GA  6-13-93
    Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
    The Specials
    Title: Hot Fucking Tuna
    Post by: Anonymous on July 14, 2006, 03:32:11 PM
    Caught Hot Tuna down in Tampa last Saturday, it kicked ass, acoustic set then electric, so I got to see a lot of cool electric stuff I'd never seen them do before (I've seen these guys about twenty times since 1986, the last time was in Orlando in '91 or so), "Hit Single #1", "Soliloquay For Two", "Bowlegged Woman, Knock-Kneed Man", "Funky #7", "Talkin' 'bout You", plus some old faves, "Sea Child", "I See The Light", "True Religion", "I Am The Light Of This World", "Too Many Years", "Trial By Fire", "Been So Long", and of course, "99 Year Blues".   They had a mandolin player and drummer this tour, Jorma's definitely put on some weight, still plays like a mutherfucker, but seemed like he was holding back on some songs and letting the mandolin player take some of the leads.  Still a very enjoyable show, ran into some friends I had not seen in almost twenty years, were does the time go?

    Pirate, I know I've been waaaaay slack 'bout getting you those electric Tuna boots, there's been some dispute over T-shirt sales that has caused the delay........try to get 'em to ya soon........


    So other than the live show, here's a bit of what I've been using as a soundtrack for my recent brain-damage sessions:

    Pink Floyd--"Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (for Syd, RIP)

    Pink Floyd---"Lucifer Sam" (ditto)

    Pavement--Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (cool 90s indie stuff)

    Clutch--Blast Tyrant (fuckin' YEAH!!!!)

    Hot Tuna--Hot Tuna

    Funkadelic--Tear The Roof Off.....'74--'78

    MElvins--The Crybaby (third of a trilogy, w/ Hank III, other guests, good shit)

    Brian Eno--Here COme The Warm Jets

    Pinback--Pinback(Psychedelic indie stuff)

    Radiohead--OK Computer

    Bloodlet--Entheogen  (Psychedelic hardcore? from Orlando, good shit)

    Queens of the Stone Age--Rated R

    Estradasphere--Buck Fever  (expiramental)

    Plaid--Remixes (electronica)

    IK7 Records sampler--(downtempo electronica)

    Minutemen--Double Nickels On The Dime

    Tomahawk--Tomahawk9rockin semi-expiramental stuff, Mike Patton)

    LEd Zeppelin--PResence

    Burnt By THe Sun--The PErfect Is The Enemy Of The Good (metal)

    Joe Walsh--"Turn To Stone" (his coolest work ever)

    Damnation AD--"No More Dreams and Happy Endings"

    Eek-A-Mouse--"Ganja Smuggling"

    NWA--"Gangsta, Gangsta"

    Ween--"Thwe Grobe", "Spinal MEningitis Got Me Down"

    Prince--"I Wanna Be Your Lover"

    Pixies--"Hey", "In HEaven"

    [/i]
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 14, 2006, 03:54:54 PM
    wtf......no shit that user name is taken, it's fucking me, RTP2003.....goddamn computers.........rrrrrrrrrrrgh..........anyway, forgot to mention "Death Don't HAve No MErcy" from the Tuna show, it kicked ass.............now where's my weed..........rrrrrrrrnnnnnggggghhhhhhhhh


    Did you hear about the multiple personality disorder convention?   Anyone who is everyone will be there........




    RTP2k3 had some clever tag line to place here, but forgot it....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 14, 2006, 08:49:56 PM
    Quote
    LEd Zeppelin--PResence

    Love that album!

    Zim Zowie (self-titled)
    Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star
    Title: now..
    Post by: Froderik on July 14, 2006, 11:02:09 PM
    Syd Barrett - The Madcap Laughs
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 15, 2006, 06:01:24 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote
    LEd Zeppelin--PResence
    Love that album!

    Zim Zowie (self-titled)
    Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star


    Have you seen the live DVD they released a couple of years ago?  Good shit.......the Danmark TV concert footage is fucking insane, this DVD made me remember why I liked Led Zeppelin in the first place.  There's also aa few songs from their show at Knebworth in 1979 just before John Bonham's death, they do some stuff off of In Through The Out Door, and a ripping version of "Nobody's Fault But Mine".
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 16, 2006, 12:36:30 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Have you seen the live DVD they released a couple of years ago?  Good shit.......the Danmark TV concert footage is fucking insane, this DVD made me remember why I liked Led Zeppelin in the first place.  There's also aa few songs from their show at Knebworth in 1979 just before John Bonham's death, they do some stuff off of In Through The Out Door, and a ripping version of "Nobody's Fault But Mine".

    No, but I'd sure like to!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 16, 2006, 12:38:52 PM
    Surfin' Classics
     (featuring The Belairs, The Frogmen, Dick Dale, The Ventures, The Astronauts, Johnny Fortune, etc)[/color]
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 16, 2006, 03:11:44 PM
    melvins-the maggot
    Title: this morning
    Post by: Froderik on July 16, 2006, 11:23:44 PM
    The Jerky Boys - The Jerky Tapes :rofl: :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 17, 2006, 01:38:58 AM
    Radiohead-BBC sessions
    Title: yesterday
    Post by: Froderik on July 17, 2006, 09:51:08 AM
    Jeff Beck - Blow by Blow
    Daniel Higgs - Magic Alphabet
    Cone of Light 1997
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 17, 2006, 10:32:32 AM
    Janis Joplins Greatest Hits

    Hot Tuna _ Hoppkorv(vinyl)

    Free _ Fire and Water(vinyl)

    Johnny Cash _ At Folsom Prison(vinyl)

    George Harrison _ "Give Me Love"(vinyl)

    Pretenders _ "My City Was Gone"(vinyl)

    James Taylor _ "Handyman"(vinyl)

    Grand Funk _ Closer to Home(vinyl)

    Blues Traveller _ "Run-Around", "Stand", "Look Around", "Fallible", "The Mountains Win Again", "Hook"

    Boz Scaggs _ "Lowdown", "Love Me Tomorrow"

    Offspring _ "Something to Believe In", "Self Esteem", "It'll Be a Long Time"

    Buffalo Springfield _ Retrospective(The Best of...)(vinyl)

    Roberta Flack _ Killin Me Softly(vinyl)

    Rod Stewart _ Every Picture Tells a Story(vinyl)

    Taj Mahal _ Stealin'(vinyl)

    Grateful Dead _ 5/5/77, New Haven CT: "Sugaree", "Mama Tried", "EL Paso"

    Chicago Transit Authority _ self titled(vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 17, 2006, 12:19:54 PM
    The Guess Who - "Shakin' All Over"
    Brian Hyland - "Gypsy Woman"
    Curtis Mayfield - "(Don't Worry) If There's a Hell Below We're All Going to Go"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 17, 2006, 08:23:52 PM
    Pink Floyd-Ummagumma  Peeping Tom-Peeping Tom
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 17, 2006, 10:49:36 PM
    J.J. Jackson - "But it's alright"
    The Miracles - "Shop around"
    Title: now
    Post by: Froderik on July 17, 2006, 11:19:44 PM
    Talking Heads--Fear of Music
    Title: hip-hop 'n' TBPITW
    Post by: Anonymous on July 18, 2006, 01:47:56 AM
    The Perceptionists-Black Dialogue                    Mr. Lif-Emergency Rations                                                                                               rtp2003 uses and endorses TBPITW
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 18, 2006, 03:28:47 PM
    3 little black kids, in their back yard, halfway up the block splashin' around in their little inflateable pool chant/singin' :

    "I'm goin swim-min'
    I'm goin' swim-min'
    I'm goin' swim-min'
    Yes.  I.  Am.

    I'm goin' swim-min'
    I'm goin' swim-min'
    I'm goin' swim-min'
    Yes.  I.  Am.

    This went on and on for about 1/2 an hour or so...such enthusiasm!!!

     8)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 18, 2006, 11:43:44 PM
    Motörhead - No Sleep 'til Hammersmith
    Steely Dan - Katy Lied
    Sheryl Crow - C'mon, C'mon
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 19, 2006, 03:17:48 PM
    Pinback-Summers In Abbadon
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 20, 2006, 12:39:51 AM
    Van Halen--Fair Warning
    Richard Ashcroft - "Check The Meaning"
    Aerosmith--Live Bootleg
    Motörhead--No Remorse
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 20, 2006, 05:55:29 AM
    Pavement-Slow Century Screaming Jay Hawkins-At Home With....                           Handsome Boy Modeling School-White People
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 20, 2006, 08:07:08 PM
    Crack The Sky - White Music
    Cream - Disraeli Gears
    The Turtles - "Me About You"
    Steely Dan - "Kid Charlemagne"
    Kool & The Gang - "Mother Earth"
    Wide Spread Panic - 2/07/96
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 21, 2006, 12:15:14 AM
    Quote from: ""Frank Discussion""
    Cream - Disraeli Gears

    Bad.  I listened to this one on my phases all the time.  Haven't been able to find the vinyl yet and I don't even have it on CD!  I'll get it though.

    Quote from: ""Frank Discussion""
    Steely Dan - "Kid Charlemagne"


    nice.

    (multiple quote test)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 21, 2006, 10:37:36 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Bad.  I listened to this one on my phases all the time.  Haven't been able to find the vinyl yet and I don't even have it on CD!  I'll get it though.

    I found the LP at a thrift store a while ago. Yeah, there're a couple of good cuts on it that weren't mega-hits.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 21, 2006, 06:57:20 PM
    Blue Oyster Cult-''On Your Feet...''
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 21, 2006, 07:03:12 PM
    A friend and I played the song "I'm Eighteen" by Alice Cooper last night right before closing at this local huck student bar.. He sang and played the lead part on a harp (harmonica) and I played some dude's wired acoustic through the PA... This was the first time we ever played together..it was a decent enough and pretty flawless performance..

    After that we came back & listened to some really cool Beatlesque (in the truest & best sense of the word) songs that were on a tape that he'd brought along w/ him. He had recorded these songs a while back..

    Stuff I listened to today was...

    David Bowie - "Queen Bitch"
    Some John Coltrane
    The Beatles White Album (Side 3)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 21, 2006, 07:53:21 PM
    Hugh Masekela _ Still Grazing, The Musical Journey of Hugh Masekela.

    "Trumpeter/flugelhornist/vocalist, Hugh Masekela came to N.Y. in the early 1960s when his S.African homeland was suffering through the fierce injustices of apartheid.  A self-proclaimed jazz worshipper, he wanted to join the band of Art Blakey or Horace Silver or one of his other heroes.  Instead he became a "world music" pioneer, mixing up the bright sounds and rhythyms of the townships with jazz, r&b, and Brazillian samba.  Released in conjunction with his autobiography, this disc features recordings from Masekela's Chisa, Uni, and Blue Thumb releases, a formative stretch of a long career."

    -from the back of the disc.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 21, 2006, 10:24:53 PM
    Snakefinger - "The Model"
    Ian Brown - "Getting High"
    The Who - "Who Are You" (who plays the piano on this song??)
    The Who - "I'm Free"
    The Who - "Pinball Wizard"
    Rod Stewart--Never A Dull Moment
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 21, 2006, 11:46:58 PM
    The Psychedelic Furs (1980)
    Patti Smith Group - RADIO ETHIOPIA
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 22, 2006, 12:00:07 AM
    Quote from: ""Frank Discussion""
    The Who - "Who Are You"


    Another great song...."I woke up in a Soho doorway, a policeman knew my name.  He said you can go sleep at home tonight, if you can get up an' walk away..."

    Yeah, ma-an!  I mean that is some good fuckin rock-n-roll !!!

    I once picked up this ol' hitch hiker.  This was at least 10 years ago now.  He was on the side of rt. 8 headin' north outta Butler, still at the bottom of the hill.  He musta been 55.  Wearin an ol' farmers flannel shirt.  He gave me a lucky strike and as the opening chords to "Who Are You" came on the radio we eyed each other suspiciously.  Everything was cool though, as usual.

    Had Billie Holiday on the turntable last hour, some untitled record.  I broke it out of its original seal to play it!!!   Currently got a Ray Charles record spinnin.  "the Best of..."  

    All highed up...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 22, 2006, 02:38:23 AM
    it's either Townsend or 'Rabbit' Bundrick (longtime WHO sideman)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 23, 2006, 03:59:33 PM
    AC/DC - '74 Jailbreak(vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on July 23, 2006, 07:01:01 PM
    Some original stuff recorded at my place awhile back.

    Here, have some...
    http://fornits.avigation.net/sounds/Jas ... 0track.wav (http://fornits.avigation.net/sounds/Jason%20-%20Where%20are%20you%20-%20Base%20track.wav)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 24, 2006, 01:49:32 AM
    Nirvana - About A Girl
    The Who - Love Reign O'er Me
    Mission of Burma - Secrets
    Butthole Surfers - Tornadoes
    The Eames Era - Could Be Anything
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 25, 2006, 02:44:07 AM
    Led Zeppelin - "For Your Life"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 25, 2006, 06:03:12 PM
    Steve Ray Vaughn_The First Thunder, recorded live in Austin TX, during 1979 performances of the band.

    Rude Mood
    Dirty Pool
    I'm Cryin
    You're Gonna Miss Me Baby
    Pride and Joy
    Love Struck Baby
    Natural Born Lover
    Tina Nina Nu
    Scratch my Back
    I'll Change
    Shake A Hand, Shake A Hand
    Oh Baby
    Sugar Coated Love
    Love In Vain
    You Can Have My Husband, But Please Don't Mess With My Man
    My Baby's Gone.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 25, 2006, 10:27:36 PM
    Neil Young - On The Beach
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 25, 2006, 10:47:11 PM
    Ray Charles...the Best of...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 27, 2006, 02:24:06 AM
    Estradasphere-Passion For Life
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 27, 2006, 04:28:28 AM
    Happy Banjos...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 28, 2006, 07:24:36 PM
    Go see John Brannon from Negative Approach's new band (RTP I hope they come your way soon)
    I can't find how I log in here  -webcrawler

    http://www.myspace.com/easyaction (http://www.myspace.com/easyaction)


    DATE CITY VENUE
    07.12.06 Buffalo, NY  Mohawk Place  
    07.13.06 Allston, MA O'Brien's Pub
    07.14.06 New York, NY Club Midway
    07.15.06 Providence, RI  AS220
    09.03.06 Detroit, MI  Majestic Theater  
    09.06.06 Washington, DC  Black Cat  
    09.07.06 TBD TBD
    09.08.06 New York, NY Irving Plaza  
    09.10.06 Philadelphia, PA  First Unitarian Church
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 29, 2006, 09:52:07 AM
    That looks pretty cool..........hope they come  around here.


    Been listening to/watching Tenacious D on DVD, also Mr. Bungle and Tomahawk videos.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 30, 2006, 12:57:08 AM
    Wooden Guitar
    Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
    The Velvet Underground - WHITE LIGHT/ WHITE HEAT
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 30, 2006, 03:56:13 PM
    Pinback--Summers In Abaddon

    Faith No More--Live At Brixton Academy

    Dead Kennedys--Live At The Deaf Club

    Rolling Stones--Aftermath

    Ennio Morricone--A Fistful Of Film Music--The Ennio Morricone Anthology
    Title: right now
    Post by: Anonymous on July 30, 2006, 08:57:46 PM
    The Who--Quadrophenia


    rtp2k3 was recently appointed Provisional Governor of Mars
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 30, 2006, 09:16:45 PM
    Al Green - "Love and Happiness"
    Al Green - "Take Me to The River"
    Talking Heads - "Take Me to The River"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on July 30, 2006, 11:59:37 PM
    Al Green - "Here I Am" & another one called "Jesus Is Waiting"
    The Dillards - "Lonesome Indian" (trad.)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on July 31, 2006, 11:26:03 AM
    Faith No More--ALbum Of The Year

    The Residents--Duck Stab

    also a bunch of Motorhead and Iron Maiden........




    rtp2k3 has talked Buddha down from a bad acid trip
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on July 31, 2006, 04:34:02 PM
    Lungfish - Indivisible
    Lungfish - Necklace of Heads
    Urge Overkill - Americruiser
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on July 31, 2006, 08:12:56 PM
    Yonder Mtn String Band _ 12/31/04, Denver CO

    Dennis Brown _ Love and Hate(absolutely killer reggae, very nice)

    some unknown Jerry Garcia(my buddy burns shit for me and then hands me an unlabeled CD without a case!)

    Hugh Masekela _ Still Grazing, the musical journey of Hugh Masakela  (this one just keeps growin' on me)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 01, 2006, 01:32:40 AM
    Hot Tuna--Hot Tuna

    Tomahawk--Tomahawk

    Roxy Music--Avalon

    Pink Floyd--Animals

    Queens Of The Stone Age--Rated R


    rtp2k3 is frequently mistaken for someone you know
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on August 01, 2006, 11:57:34 AM
    Tesla - Heaven Nine Eleven
    Robert Plant - Shine It All Around
    Nirvana - About A Girl
    PIL - Bad Baby
    Bee Gees - Nights On Broadway
    REM - Driver 8
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 01, 2006, 05:07:11 PM
    Deadsy--"She Likes Big Words" & "Fox On The Run" (Elijah Blue Allman's band, sounds kinda like The Cars earlier stuff, kinda dark new wavish.....not at all what I tough music by the son of Gregg Allman and Cher would sound like.  Good original stuff, they do the Sweet cover justice, too.)

    Floor--Dove
    Title: smokin' in the evening
    Post by: Anonymous on August 01, 2006, 07:44:25 PM
    Miles Davis--Dark Magus

    Grateful Dead--Blues For Allah

    Fela--Monkey Banana / Excuse O

    Mr. Bungle--California
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 02, 2006, 12:09:31 AM
    Radiohead, Bob Marley, Modest Mouse, Nick Drake, Bonobo
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 02, 2006, 12:54:30 AM
    Some muffled Jerry Garcia in the bar.  Drank a 10 oz. glass of Belgian Nightmare.  9.2% A.B.V.  They'll only sell it in 10oz. glasses and there is a 2 beer limit on it, strictly enforced.  Heavy beer.    

    Rainbow_"Jealous Lover"

    Corrosion of Conformity_"Albatross"

    Celtic Frost_"Progeny"

    Pat Travers_"Boom Boom(Out Go the Lights)"

    Metallica_"Fade to Black"

    Rebel Meets Rebel_D.A.C.  CFH

    Steve Ray Vaughn_The First Thunder

    Heart_"Crazy On You"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 02, 2006, 09:51:40 AM
    Quote
    Nick Drake

     :tup:  ::rainbow::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 02, 2006, 02:48:51 PM
    Echo & The Bunnymen - Porcupine
    David Bowie - Scary Monsters
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 02, 2006, 03:51:42 PM
    The Velvet Underground - Loaded
    Title: music to split to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 02, 2006, 04:12:44 PM
    X - More Fun In The New World
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 02, 2006, 08:37:40 PM
    Never Mind the Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols
    The Ramones - Pleasant Dreams
    Title: bored as hell stranded at home
    Post by: Anonymous on August 03, 2006, 03:27:50 PM
    Cheap Trick--"The House Is Rockin'" & "Gonna Raise Hell"

    UFO--"Lights Out"

    Black Sabbath--"Spiral Architect"

    Supersuckers--"Hell City, Hell"
    Title: Re: bored as hell stranded at home
    Post by: Anonymous on August 03, 2006, 05:54:45 PM
    Quote from: ""rtp superstar""
    Cheap Trick--"The House Is Rockin'" & "Gonna Raise Hell"

    UFO--"Lights Out"

    Black Sabbath--"Spiral Architect"

    Supersuckers--"Hell City, Hell"

    That's a good sabbath tune.. i like the album that it's on... sabbath bloody sabbath... there are a few other good ones from that.. "killing yourself to live", "looking for today".. etc..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on August 03, 2006, 07:09:57 PM
    The Cure - Peel Sessions
    The Verve- "Sonnet"

    stratotanker - "chevy chevette"

    stratotanker - "dream her back better!$"
    stratotanker - "armour of gusto"
    stratotanker - "hell!"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 04, 2006, 03:31:31 AM
    Pixies--live DVD

    Estradasphere--live DVD
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 04, 2006, 03:38:38 AM
    Love by Keyshia Cole ::kiss::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 04, 2006, 10:52:55 AM
    live European Residents videos

    Gotta love that bit torrent shit!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 04, 2006, 12:18:12 PM
    Blue Oyster CUlt--"Subhuman" & "Harvester of Eyes"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 04, 2006, 02:23:08 PM
    You "just" helped me pick out what to listen to! :tup:

    Thank ye, reverend rtp2k3! :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 04, 2006, 02:40:52 PM
    anytime!


    rtp2k3
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 04, 2006, 04:09:46 PM
    cool indie rock song, "Tex" by a band called Guzzard.


    SAmple lyrics:

    Get the horse inside he's sick/
    Don't forget mine and be quick/
    Tell me, Cowboy 'bout your weed
    Tell me, Cowboy 'bout your speed
    TEX!!!!!!  TEX!!!!!!!!


    Good shit.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 04, 2006, 07:14:50 PM
    Ballad of Curtis Lowe _ Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 05, 2006, 01:52:30 AM
    Jazz on public radio...Sara Vaughn...Chet Baker...Henry Mancini(theme from "the Pink Panther")
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 05, 2006, 10:05:47 AM
    Pirate, you ever see "Let's Get Lost"? It's a film documentary about Chet Baker...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 05, 2006, 12:57:39 PM
    Flipper - Generic Flipper
    Led Zeppelin - "Royal Orleans"
    Superchunk - Come Pick Me Up
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 05, 2006, 12:59:15 PM
    more Residents live stuff from isohunt (cool little file sharing thing)

    The "Demons Dance Alone" tour , live in Norway.

    Really cool stage show, the Eyeball head mask makes an appearance, but only briefly.

    The songs I had not heard before, but they were definitely The Residents...

    "Betty's Body"

    "The Beekeepers Daughter"

    "Neediness"

    "Wonderful" and a couple of others I can't remember right now.

    Wicked cool!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 05, 2006, 02:50:37 PM
    Quote from: ""frank discuss1on""
    Pirate, you ever see "Let's Get Lost"? It's a film documentary about Chet Baker...


    Never heard of it but thanks, I'll keep an eye out for it.  I know a little bit about Chet...he was a junky wasn't he...lost a bunch of his teeth...had some hard times....did some time...died an untimely death...??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 05, 2006, 06:19:49 PM
    (All arrogant like)..."... Here is the main thing that I want to sa-ay

    I'm busy 24 hours a day..."...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 05, 2006, 09:06:03 PM
    Bad-Ass Avg. White Band.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 05, 2006, 11:57:08 PM
    Air - Moon Safari
    Air - Virgin Suicides
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 06, 2006, 01:18:34 AM
    Magic Slim and the Teardrops - Grand Slam

    Lonnie Pitchford - All Around Man
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 06, 2006, 01:51:27 AM
    Hmmm...whhat is that !??

    Paul Simon_ "In Concert" with Urubamba and the Jesse Dixon jazz singers
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 06, 2006, 02:58:23 PM
    Just watched a bootleg video of an unreleased Rolling Stones film. "Cocksucker Blues", a documentary of their 1969 American tour.  They pulled it from theaters after a few days 'cause they thought some of the scenes could damage their career (drugs, antics with groupies, etc.), but it really is kinda tame by today's standards.  As the end credits roll, they play the raunchiest Stones song ever recorded, "Cocksucker Blues".

    "Cocksucker Blues" by the Rolling Stones

    Well, I'm a lonesome schoolboy
    and I just came into town
    Yeah, I'm a lonesome schoolboy
    and I just came into town
    Well, I heard so much about London
    I decided to check it out

    Well, I wait in Leicester Square
    with a come-hither look in my eye
    Yeah, I'm leaning on Nelsons Column
    but all I do is talk to the lion

    Oh where can I get my cock sucked?
    Where can I get my ass fucked?
    I may have no money,
    but I know where to put it every time

    Well, I asked a young policeman
    if he'd only lock me up for the night
    Well, I've had pigs in the barnyard,
    some of them, some of them, they're alright
    Well, he fucked me with his truncheon
    and his helmet was way too tight

    Oh where can I get my cock sucked?
    Where can I get my ass fucked?
    I ain't got no money,
    but I know where to put it every time

    I'm a lonesome schoolboy
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 06, 2006, 03:01:11 PM
    Pink Floyd-"Echoes"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"Black Blade"

    Residents--"Weightlifting Lulu"

    Ween--"Pork Roll, Egg, and Cheese"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 06, 2006, 03:07:26 PM
    also checked out some Ween and Bongwater (with Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead sitting in, the cover a Roky Erickson song, "You Don't Love Me Yet") videos on youtube.com  It's a pretty cool site check it out.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 06, 2006, 04:42:08 PM
    Stevie Wonder_Talking Book
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 07, 2006, 12:06:27 AM
    Dick Dale
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 07, 2006, 08:38:56 PM
    Ben Harper_Live at the Hollywood Bowl EP

    Grateful Dead_Wake of the Flood

    Stevie Wonder_Talking Book
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 08, 2006, 01:41:38 AM
    Blue Oyster Cult--"The Subhuman", "Harvester of Eyes", "Seven Screaming Diz-Busters", "Hot Rails To Hell", & "Last Days Of May"

    Mudhoney--"Blinding Sun", "Thirteenth Floor Opening" (lil Elevators tribute, there), "In-N-Out Of Grace", "Here Comes Sickness", "No Song III", "Chain That Door"

    Faith No More--"From Out Of Nowhere", "War Pigs" (yep, that"War Pigs")

    Residents--"Monkey & Bunny", "Cry For THe Fire"

    also some stuff by The Libertines, Man Or Astroman?, The Cramps, and Big Black
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 08, 2006, 11:08:48 PM
    Hasil Adkins - "The Hunch"
    Thom Yorke - The Eraser
    patti smith group - "rock n roll nigger"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 08, 2006, 11:26:37 PM
    Quote from: ""frank discuss1on""
    Hasil Adkins - "The Hunch"

    http://www.rockabilly.nl/artists/hadkins.htm (http://www.rockabilly.nl/artists/hadkins.htm)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 09, 2006, 01:00:52 AM
    Hasil Adkins is a crazy mofo.  I like his music a lot.
    Title: The Haze
    Post by: Anonymous on August 09, 2006, 10:32:52 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Hasil Adkins is a crazy mofo.  I like his music a lot.

    Yeah he is. Me too. He played at a friend of mine's wedding a while back. He was pretty much too liquored up to play, but got thru a few songs..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 09, 2006, 10:34:17 PM
    The Police - Outlandos D'Amour
    The Rolling Stones - "Emotional Rescue"
    The Rolling Stones - "Heartbreaker"
    The Rolling Stones - "Dancing with Mr. D."
    The Ozark Mountain Daredevils - "Jackie Blue"
    Pink Floyd - "Fearless"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 10, 2006, 12:19:49 AM
    Roky Erickson--"White Faces", "Heroin" (Velvet Underground song), "Anthem", "I Have Always Been Here Before"

    Bongwater--"He Loved The Weather"

    Pixies--"Down To The Well"

    Residents--"Mahogany Wood"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 10, 2006, 03:40:00 AM
    Gary Numan--"Down In The Park"

    Foo Fighters--"Down In The Park"

    Marilyn Manson--"Down In The Park"


    RTP was in the car crash or maybe the war, but he's never been quite the same...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on August 10, 2006, 12:41:53 PM
    Funkadelic - "Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow"
    X - Wild Gift
    The Clash - "Protex Blue"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 10, 2006, 11:57:31 PM
    Ben Harper
    Taj Mahal
    Paul Simon
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 11, 2006, 10:28:58 AM
    The Residents--God In Three Persons

    Ween--live in Chicago DVD

    Big Black--Songs About Fucking
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 11, 2006, 11:31:44 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    The Residents--God In Three Persons

    Was that the one that came out in 2000?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 11, 2006, 04:18:03 PM
    Sonic Youth - "Halloween"
    The Eames Era - "You May Not Know My Name"
    The Ramones - "53rd & 3rd"
    Sonic Youth - "Dirty Boots"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on August 12, 2006, 12:04:20 PM
    I can't believe I missed seeing Sonic Youth and the Flaming Lips together... :(
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 12, 2006, 02:05:03 PM
    I can't believe it either.  :D
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 12, 2006, 04:28:25 PM
    Can - "Spray"
    Theatre of Hate - "Legion"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 12, 2006, 09:30:07 PM
    Bad Brains :tup:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 13, 2006, 12:06:21 AM
    History of Eric Clapton
    Steve Miller Band_Anthology
    Chicago Transit Authority_"Free Form Guitar"
    the Yes Album
    Beatles_stuff off 'a' '67-'70
    Little Feat_"Rocket In My Pocket",  "Rock And Roll Doctor",  "Skin It Back",  "Easy to Slip"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 13, 2006, 03:58:36 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    The Residents--God In Three Persons
    Was that the one that came out in 2000?


    No, I think it came out in the early-mid 80s.
    Title: YES
    Post by: Anonymous on August 13, 2006, 09:16:49 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    the Yes Album

    One of my favorite bands during pubescence years; Steve Howe was god. I also like that 3-LP live album that they released...
    Title: THE BAD BRAINS
    Post by: Anonymous on August 13, 2006, 11:37:43 AM
    More Bad Brains! Some cool reggae instrumental thing and then "Supertouch Shitfit"... from that 1st album of theirs.. You ever listen to them? Rtp?
    Title: Re: THE BAD BRAINS
    Post by: Anonymous on August 13, 2006, 01:29:03 PM
    Quote from: ""Fro Derik""
    More Bad Brains! Some cool reggae instrumental thing and then "Supertouch Shitfit"... from that 1st album of theirs.. You ever listen to them? Rtp?


    Yeah, mostly I Against I and Rock For Light.  They're pretty awesome.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 15, 2006, 03:59:12 AM
    Hellacopters--Grande Rock

    Radio Birdman--Burn My Eye

    Rolling Stones--Some Girls
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 15, 2006, 10:38:50 AM
    Déjà Vu - (various)
    Wilco - Being There
    The Beatles - "You Can't Do That"
    Title: Re: YES
    Post by: frootloop88va on August 15, 2006, 11:01:54 AM
    Quote from: ""frank discuss1on""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    the Yes Album
    One of my favorite bands during pubescence years; Steve Howe was god. I also like that 3-LP live album that they released...


    I saw them a couple of years ago and it was totally AWESOME!!!!!!!!!  Steve Howe is the baddest!
    Title: 7" vinyl, baby
    Post by: Anonymous on August 15, 2006, 11:58:24 AM
    Mudhoney/Halo of Flies split single---"She's Just Fifteen"/"Jagged Time Lapse"

    The Dwarves--Lucifer's Crank &" EP--"Free Cocaine", "Dead Brides". "Get Pregnant", "Fukkin' Life", "Eat You To Survive", "She's Dead", "I'm In A Head", "Nobody Likes Me", "Hurricane Fighter Plane" (Red Krayola cover)

    Surgery--"Little Debbie", "Queen To Queen's Level Three"

    Mudhoney/Gas Huffer split &'--"You Stupid Asshole" (deadicated to Steve the "Tard), "Knife Manual"

    Melvins--"Hooch", "Sky pup"

    Melvins--"Night Goat", "Adolescent Wet Dream"

    Jon Spencer Blues Explosion--"Get With It", "Down Low"

    Thee Headcoats--"Something Went Wrong", "It's Your Own Fault"

    Thee Headcoats--"Hatred, Ridicule & Contempt", "Neither Fish Nor Foul"

    Jesus Lizard--"Wheelchair Epidemic", "Dancing Naked Ladies"
    Title: Thee Headcoats, etc
    Post by: Anonymous on August 15, 2006, 01:49:30 PM
    Quote from: ""the left hand of rtp""
    Thee Headcoats--"Something Went Wrong", "It's Your Own Fault"

    Thee Headcoats--"Hatred, Ridicule & Contempt", "Neither Fish Nor Foul"

    I like that band as well as the solo Billy Childish stuff. The Headcoatees (all girls, w/ Childish on guitar..i think) are cool too..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 15, 2006, 01:51:14 PM
    Black Crows & Led Zeppelin (Jimmy Page & Black Crowes) - "Out On The Tiles" - "Whole Lotta Love" Medley (Live At The Greek)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 15, 2006, 08:41:11 PM
    Ozzy Osbourne - "Whole World's Falling Down"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 15, 2006, 11:59:42 PM
    Quote from: ""frank discuss1on""
    Ozzy Osbourne - "Whole World's Falling Down"


    What's this from ?? and what's your critique if would... ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 16, 2006, 03:03:22 AM
    Led Zeppelin--Presence

    Rolling Stones--Aftermath

    Mudhoney--Piece Of Cake
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 16, 2006, 08:48:18 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""frank discuss1on""
    Ozzy Osbourne - "Whole World's Falling Down"

    What's this from ?? and what's your critique if would... ??

    I don't know..it's pretty good.. as you may guess it has an apocalyptic theme to it...shall I email it to you?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 16, 2006, 04:50:37 PM
    Sly and the Family Stone - Stand -- Don't Call Me Nigger, Whitey

    Steely Dan - Aja -- Home at Last
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on August 16, 2006, 06:05:55 PM
    The Killers - "Smile Like You Mean It"
    Jerry Garcia Band- Almost Acoustic
    Judas Priest - "Metal Gods"
    Richard Cheese - "Welcome to the Jungle"
    Déjà Vu (various)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 16, 2006, 06:31:42 PM
    Dave Grusin - Fabulous Baker Boys



    who knew Michelle Pfeiffer had a good voice?.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 16, 2006, 10:14:05 PM
    A mixed CD of Mr. Lif, The Perceptionists, and some other inteeligent hip-hop stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 17, 2006, 08:58:12 AM
    Antimony (from DC)
    Title: Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, killed Pres. Kennedy
    Post by: Anonymous on August 17, 2006, 01:02:38 PM
    Godspeed You Black Emperor--Yanqui UXO

    Spiritualized--Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space

    Mudhoney--live Mexico City, 2005

    Alice In Chains--Dirt
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 17, 2006, 07:51:35 PM
    Concrete Blonde - Bloodletting
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 18, 2006, 02:33:16 AM
    Quote from: ""frank discuss1on""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""frank discuss1on""
    Ozzy Osbourne - "Whole World's Falling Down"

    What's this from ?? and what's your critique if would... ??
    I don't know..it's pretty good.. as you may guess it has an apocalyptic theme to it...shall I email it to you?


    No, that's ok.  Thankyou.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 18, 2006, 06:13:06 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    A mixed CD of Mr. Lif, The Perceptionists, and some other inteeligent hip-hop stuff.


    also some Immortal Technique, RJD2, Guru, and Aesop Rock.  Cool shit, hip-hop's not my main thing, but I know good shit when I hear it.
    Title: early AM substance abuse with Lemmy and others
    Post by: Anonymous on August 18, 2006, 06:23:36 AM
    Motorhead--"Ace of Spades", Born To Raise Hell, "Speed Freak", "Dogs of War", "Go To Hell", "Jack The Ripper", "Killed By Death" ::rocker:: , "Hellraiser", "Orgasmatron", "Line In The Sand", "Overkill" :smokin:  :smokin:  ::rocker::

    Iron Maiden--"Run To The Hills", "The Number Of the Beast", "Aces High", "Flight of Icarus", "Two Minutes to Midnight", "Where Eagles Dare", "Hallowed Be Thy Name" :smokin:

    Bauhaus--"She's In Parties", "Terror Couple Kill Colonel", "Third Uncle", "Bela Lugosi's Dead" :skull:

    Joy Division--"Passover", "Atrocity Exhibition", "Love Will Tear Us Apart Again"  :smokin:
    Title: raw power
    Post by: Froderik on August 18, 2006, 09:36:43 AM
    Motorhead is arguably the best heavy metal band ever.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 18, 2006, 01:04:54 PM
    yeah, you could make a good case for Black Sabbath, too.
    Title: right now
    Post by: Anonymous on August 18, 2006, 02:29:56 PM
    Robert Johnson--"Me and The Devil" (I swear it popped  up at random on winamp.  Hmmmmm.)

    Morphine--"Like Swimming", "Candy"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 18, 2006, 02:49:03 PM
    Miles Davis--"Miles Runs The Voodoo Down"

    Joy Division--"The Eternal"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 18, 2006, 03:21:38 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    yeah, you could make a good case for Black Sabbath, too.

    Yes, you could.
    Title: old jazz
    Post by: Froderik on August 18, 2006, 03:22:08 PM
    Byrd & Miles / Charlie Parker  Miles Davis

    Thelonious Monk

    John Coltrane
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 19, 2006, 05:16:41 AM
    A bunch of Nick Cave videos on youtube.com.  Also checked out a few Chrome and Helios Creed videos; the video for "I Meet You In The Subway" is fucking awesome, as is some live Helios Creed from Oakland and Seattle this past year.
    Title: yesterday
    Post by: Froderik on August 19, 2006, 10:17:17 AM
    Trixter - "Give It To Me Good"
    The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East - "Hot 'Lanta" » "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed"
    Hayseed Dixie - "Ace of Spades" (by Motorhead)
    The Ozark Mountain Daredevils - "Jackie Blue"
    The Pixies - Surfer Rosa
    Thin Lizzy - "Fight or Fall"
    Parliament - "Deep"
    Title: Re: yesterday
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 20, 2006, 12:09:09 AM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East - "Hot 'Lanta" » "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed"
      Killer.  'Liza Reed's one 'a' m' fav'rits...
    Quote from: ""Froderick""
    Hayseed Dixie
     These guys cover AC/DCs entire Back In Black album blue grass style and it's fruckin' sweet.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 20, 2006, 03:52:59 AM
    Stereolab, Residents, Ween, Roky ERrickson, Pink Floyd, Damned on youtube.com.  Fucking great website!!!
    Title: Re: yesterday
    Post by: Froderik on August 20, 2006, 09:05:07 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    These guys cover AC/DCs entire Back In Black album blue grass style and it's fruckin' sweet.

    I'll bet! I'll have to try to find some more stuff by them on there.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 20, 2006, 09:07:15 AM
    Chrome- "I Meet You In the Subway"
    The Residents- Third Reich 'n' Roll
    Chrome- "New Age"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 20, 2006, 01:39:12 PM
    Yeah...uhh...I don't know if this counts or what, but yesterday I jammed on my friends' 1969 Fender Duo-Sonic, all original parts - a real nice guitar.  We just played a whole lotta blues and did Jane Says in our own style.  I laid down a lead on his electric Fender while he sang and played the rhythym on his acoustic.  I thought we sounded pretty good.  Hell yeah!  Maybe I'll be a rock star yet!!!!!... ::rocker::
    Title: turning vinyl to digits
    Post by: Anonymous on August 20, 2006, 10:35:52 PM
    Bongwater--Too Much Sleep

    Helios Creed--Lactating Purple

    Dwarves--Horror Stories

    Butthole Surfers--Psychic, Powerless.....Another Man's Sac

    Mudhoney--Superfuzz Bigmuff

    Jim Carroll Band--Catholic Boy

    all the above on vinyl, getting burned onto computer.  Love it!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 20, 2006, 10:43:43 PM
    Quote
    Yeah...uhh...I don't know if this counts or what

    Sure it does! Hell, "something you listened to" means something you listened to... It doesn't even have to be music... anything goes.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 21, 2006, 06:32:20 AM
    here's a perfect example:

    "The gurgling sound of my bong as I smoked out on TBPITW"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Rumpofsteelskin on August 21, 2006, 10:36:54 AM
    :D :em: :tup:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 21, 2006, 10:36:01 PM
    4 hour jam session today, all unrehearsed, stoned up, beer drinkin', sex inspired, improvised, acoustic blues.

    Cat 'a' 9.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 23, 2006, 03:18:26 AM
    David Bowie--"Cactus" (Pixies cover)

    A bunch of electronic stuff, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Plaid, Massive Attack, etc.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 23, 2006, 01:23:10 PM
    Charles Mingus

    Bud Powell
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 23, 2006, 01:28:19 PM
    The Damned - Live Shepperton 1980
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on August 24, 2006, 03:20:52 AM
    The Stranglers--MenInBlack & Rattus Norwegicus
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on August 24, 2006, 04:10:19 AM
    Grateful Dead--Hampton VA 1989   (RTP waxes nostalgic from time to time and listens to music he was into many years ago)


    They played this show billed as The Warlocks, since the good town fathers of Hampton had banned concerts by the Dead.  They played the first "dark Star" in a long time, the night before, they broke out "Help-->Slip-->Franklin's, (or "Help On the Way" segued into "Slipknot" segued into "Franklin's Tower" for the uninitiated), bith night swere very good shows,
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 24, 2006, 02:14:55 PM
    A bunch of live Stooges clips, "No Fun". "Raw Power", "TV Eye" , all old stuff, no reunion tour jive, plus the Dictators covering "Search and Destroy", Bongwater (w/ Bob Weir from the Dead?) covering "You Don't Love Me Yet" (Roky Erickson song)

    If life gets hard, you can try harder stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 24, 2006, 02:43:20 PM
    Is that youtube stuff? When you get a chance would you send me links to the Stooges and the Dictators?? Thanx....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 24, 2006, 03:54:31 PM
    Quote from: ""frank tater""
    Is that youtube stuff? When you get a chance would you send me links to the Stooges and the Dictators?? Thanx....


    done deal, check TB66 inbox
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 24, 2006, 05:19:06 PM
    That cool Oasis song: "...'cause baby, you're gonna be the one that saves me..."

    "...And I don't believe that anybody feels the way I do...About cha now..."

    some Green Day

    Golden Earring_"Radar Love"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 24, 2006, 07:15:34 PM
    The Dicks - "Hate the Police"
    Bob Marley - "Could You Be Loved"
    Motorhead - "Ace of Spades"
    Aerosmith - "Combination"
    The Band - "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 25, 2006, 01:56:02 PM
    Stevie Wonder:

    From the album Talking Book:

    "Big Brother"(This is a bad-ass, righteous tune featuring a lead harmonica and a hand drum rhythym section about life in the ghetto and the oppressiveness of the government and the way it manipulates and lies to its citizens.  The last line of the song is: "You've killed all our leaders...I don't even have to do nothin' to you...You'll cause your own country to fall".  Beautiful man...beautiful...)

    "Blame it on the Sun"(This song makes me think that Christina Aguilara(SP??) must'a' grown up listening to Stevie Wonder records.  If you listen to this song his influence on her will be obvious to you.  Especially if you listen to "Blame It On the Sun" and then play that "We are Beautiful" song of hers, wchich I like a lot too, mainly because of the way she can sing.)

    "You Are the Sunshine of My Life"(such a nice song)

    Rock on survivors.  You rule!!!! : :skull: ::rocker::  ::hatter::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 26, 2006, 10:16:02 AM
    Oasis - "Lyla"
    Oasis - "The Importance Of Being Idle"
    Oasis - "A Bell Will Ring"

    The Residents - "Beyond the Valley of A Day In The Life"
    Guns & Roses - "It's So Easy"
    Paul Westerberg - "Love Untold"

    The Beatles - Revolver
    The Rolling Stones - "Dead Flowers"
    The Damned - "I Just Can't Be Happy Today"
    Mother Love Bone
    The Black Crowes - "Sting Me"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 26, 2006, 02:25:53 PM
    Mad Season--Mad Season

    Alice In Chains--Dirt

    Spacemen 3--Taking Drugs to Make Music to Take Drugs To, "Suicide" (basically their cover of "Cheri, CherI" by Suicide, with lyrics from other Suicide songs occasionally thrown in), "Hypnotized"

    Suicide--"Ghost Rider", "Dream Baby Dream", "Mr. Ray", "Cheri, Cheri" (chills down my spine for 'Cheri', this is a fucking beautiful song.....)

    Spiritualized--"Electric Mainline", "Laser-Guided Melodies"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 26, 2006, 10:23:35 PM
    Butthole Surfers--Psychic,  Powerless.....Another Man's Sac

    Alice In Chains--{i]Unplugged[/i] & Facelift

    Bad Brains--"Pay To Cum"

    Black Flag--"Police Story", "Nervous Breakdown"

    The Weirdos--"Life of Crime" & "We Got The Neutron Bomb"

    Jayne County--"Max's Kansas City"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 26, 2006, 10:41:11 PM
    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Abattoir Blues :tup:
    Pretenders - Loose Screw
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 26, 2006, 11:09:23 PM
    Radiohead--"The Bends"  In my mind, they've never equalled track one from their first release, this is their best work as far as I'm concerned.  Don't get me wrong, I like a hell of a lot of their stuff, I think they are an awesome band and I regret not seeing them live when I had a chance to a couple of years ago.  This is a damn good song.

    Black Uhuru--"Sensimilla", "Abortion", "Plastic Smile", "Shine Eye Gal", "I Love King Sellassie", "Big Spliff", "Guess WHo's Coming To Dinner"----  I was way into reggae after gettting out of Straight in 1983, it was a happening scene, positive vibes, girls thought it was ncool, and Rastafarians smoked copious amounts of weed, so I thought it was cool.  I liked Marley OK, but I think he's a great songwriter, world class, but as far as performances went, Peter Tosh and Black Uhuru were the wicked shit.  Tosh, well, he was Peter Tosh, and Black Uhuru had Sly & Robbie in the rythm section, unequaled anywhere, anytime.  Black Uhuru were militant rastas, and their use of male and female harmonies gave them a really etheric texture, and Michael Rose was as good a front man as anybody.  They went for a crossover market, made some videos, and had some degree of success, though they never were household names like Marley.  

    Sigur Ros--"Frugufelsarrin"-- I like these guys with their dreamy Icelandic melodies.  Good stuff to chill to on drugs.  Buy some.  Drugs, that is, download the music somewhere, but see the band live if they come around your area.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 26, 2006, 11:33:51 PM
    I somehow got into Black Uhuru 'back then' too...ended up seeing them live someplace in Phoenix, AZ.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on August 27, 2006, 02:20:19 PM
    Me cursing softly to myself as I worked on the van this morning.

    Me talking to my roommate's g/f about how fucked up Straight was and how I'm sick of reliving this shit by coming to these boards all the goddamn time.

    Me sweaaring I'm gonna take a long vacation from these boards as soon as the memorial service is over.
    Title: This weekend
    Post by: Nonconformistlaw on August 27, 2006, 02:48:58 PM
    Seether - Karma & Effect
    Lost Prophets - Liberation Transmission
    My Chemical Romance - Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge
    Sisters of Mercy - Slight Case of Overbombing - Greatest
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 27, 2006, 09:36:06 PM
    Liz Phair (self titled 2003)
    Brian Eno + David Byrne - "Pitch to Voltage"
    Black Market Baby - "America's Youth"
    The Psychedelic Furs (self titled 1980)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on August 27, 2006, 10:09:49 PM
    96.9 BOB fm broadcasting outta Pittsburgh, PA:

    Beastie Boys: "YOU GOTTA FIGHT, For Your Right... To PARTY !!!

    directly followed by:  Golden Earrings' "Twilight Zone", flollowed by Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians doin' "What I am Is What I Am, Are You What You Are or What...??"

    I thought this was a particularly nice grouping, seemlessly meshed together, each flowing nicely into the other.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 09:20:20 AM
    John Zorn--The Big Gundown (reissue)--John Zorn's take on Ennio Morricone film scores, the reissue has Mike Patton (Mr. Bungle, Faith No More) doing the vox on "McCain".  Cool stuff.

    "No one knew better than McCane/The lengths a desperate man would go/......."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 11:19:35 AM
    Judas Priest--"Diamonds And Rust" (live and studio versions)

    Joan Baez--"Diamonds and Rust"

    Interesting comparing the different versions of this song, the JP live version, from Unleashed In The East is my particular fave.  I think it's a hallmark of a great song if it can be covered by drastically different artists and still maintain it's integrity ass a song, and this one fills the bill.

    Black Sabbath--"Heaven and Hell", "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath", "Children of the Grave", "Into THe Void" (live vids from youtube)

    Blue Oyster Cult--"Astronomy", "Veteran Of the Psychic Wars", "Dancing in the Ruins" (cheesy, I know, but I really like the line "I'd like to see you/Dancing in the ruins tonight"), "Take Me Away", "Shooting Shark" (more youtube stuff)



    rtfukkinp2k3
    Title: Diamonds & Rust
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 12:45:38 PM
    Joan Baez wrote that, right? I always liked the live JP version of it too. My new favorite song by them is "Metal Gods"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 12:49:32 PM
    Yep, she did.  Best song she ever wrote, it just took Judas Priest to do it right.


    A little side note on Judas Priest---When I was 13 or 14, I had a Priest poster on my bedroom wall, my mom told me she thought they looked kinda gay.  I was quite offended, and said something like "No way, Mom,they rock too hard to be faggots" or something like that.  Just shows to go ya how wrong ya can be..........
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 12:53:02 PM
    :rofl:  Yeah, Rob Halford is one leather-assed queer alright..  :o
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 07:32:11 PM
    Ween--"The Grobe"

    Neurosis & Jarboe--Neurosis & Jarboe

    Jazzmatazz--An expiramental fusion of hip-hop and traditional jazz (Guru with a bunch of shit hot jazz playersI had never heard of before)

    Stereolab--"Golden Ball", "Analogue Rock"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on August 28, 2006, 07:36:07 PM
    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Lyre of Orpheus
    Lee 'Scratch' Perry - jamaican e.t. ::rainbow:: :smokin:

    Stereolab - Oscillons from the Anti-Sun
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 07:37:22 PM
    almost fergot....

    Faith No More "Pills For Breakfast"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 28, 2006, 08:26:35 PM
    T. Rex--"Ride A White Swan"

    Marilyn Manson--"Dope Hat"

    Mogwai--"Close Encounters"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 30, 2006, 04:22:08 PM
    An Ennio Morricone compilation, and a bunch of really obscure reggae comps, good shit "If you keep burning the ganja, we're gonna burn down the sugar cane" (that's from "Police In Helicopters", good song  by some one hit reggae dude whose other songs are bad covers of 70s American pop songs)Very weed-oriented, stuff, nearly ALL the songs advocate WEED smoking, and there's some militant Rasta stuff on there, too, it's a good reggae comp, before all the cocaine fueled dancehall shit took over.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 30, 2006, 07:12:47 PM
    You ever hear that Lee 'Scratch' Perry album I posted up there? It's more current and very, very 'out there'.. I found it at the public library.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on August 30, 2006, 08:08:24 PM
    Radiohead - OK Computer
    David Bowie - Earthling
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on August 31, 2006, 01:44:54 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    You ever hear that Lee 'Scratch' Perry album I posted up there? It's more current and very, very 'out there'.. I found it at the public library.


    No I haven't, I'll see if I can find it.

    Checked out lots of Aussie rock on youtube, there was more than I expected.  Radio Birdman--"Aloha Steve and Dano", "New Race", "Descent Into The Maelstrom",  "Search And Destroy" (Stooges cover), "Murder City Nights"; The Saints--"Perfect Day" and a few others I didn't get the name of; AC/DC--"If You Want Blood You've Got It", "Jailbreak" (Angus Young looks about 13 years old in that one), "Sin City", TNT", "Whole Lotta Rosie"; Rose Tatto--"Rock & Roll Outlaw" and a couple of other songs/bands I forget the names of.  Cool stuff.  Also watched Guided By Voices do a couple of songs.

    Jesus& Mary Chain--"Some Candy Talking", "Blues From A Gun", "Sidewalkin'", "You Trip Me Up",  "Dig", "Bo Diddley Is Jesus", "I Love Rock and Roll" (their song, not the one of the same name by Joan Jett)

    Miles Davis--"Pharoah'S Dance"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 01, 2006, 06:22:43 PM
    The Fleshtones - "Soul City"
      ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
    My Life in the Bush of Ghosts / Brian Eno + David Byrne (the 2006 Nonesuch release)
    Pretenders - Loose Screw
    Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow (vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 01, 2006, 07:17:51 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    I thought this was a particularly nice grouping, seemlessly meshed together, each flowing nicely into the other.

    It's cool when that happens; good 'DJing' is an art.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 01, 2006, 07:20:29 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Stevie Wonder:

    From the album Talking Book:

    "Big Brother"(This is a bad-ass, righteous tune featuring a lead harmonica and a hand drum rhythym section about life in the ghetto and the oppressiveness of the government and the way it manipulates and lies to its citizens.  The last line of the song is: "You've killed all our leaders...I don't even have to do nothin' to you...You'll cause your own country to fall".  Beautiful man...beautiful...)

    "Blame it on the Sun"(This song makes me think that Christina Aguilara(SP??) must'a' grown up listening to Stevie Wonder records.  If you listen to this song his influence on her will be obvious to you.  Especially if you listen to "Blame It On the Sun" and then play that "We are Beautiful" song of hers, wchich I like a lot too, mainly because of the way she can sing.)

    "You Are the Sunshine of My Life"(such a nice song)

    Rock on survivors.  You rule!!!! : :skull: ::rocker::  ::hatter::

    I like a lot of Stevie Wonder's songs...aside from just the mainstream hits. I'm not sure if I've heard those songs or not though.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 01, 2006, 07:21:39 PM
    Quote from: ""3002PTR""
    Miles Davis--"Pharoah'S Dance"

    Which album's that from?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 01, 2006, 10:19:09 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""3002PTR""
    Miles Davis--"Pharoah'S Dance"
    Which album's that from?


    Bitches Brew
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 01, 2006, 10:23:19 PM
    Plasmatics--"A Pig Is A Pig", "Doom Song", "Jailbait" (w/ Lemmy!), "Headbanger"

    Butthole Surfers--BBQ movie (originally came out in an issue of Impact! video magazine, saw it on youtube fro the first time in over 10 years), "Cherub"

    Stranglers--"Golden Brown", "Tank", "Nice & Sleazy", "Toiler On The Sea", "Bring On The Nubiles",  "No More Heroes"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 01, 2006, 10:31:23 PM
    Quote from: ""rtp2k3""
    Plasmatics--"A Pig Is A Pig" "Headbanger"
    You're taking me back to the days of my youth...

    Quote
    Butthole Surfers--BBQ movie "Cherub"
    Does that have something to do with the song "BBQ Pope"? Both of these sound interesting.."Cherub" being the cool song that it is..

    Quote
    Stranglers--"Golden Brown", "Tank", "Nice & Sleazy", "Toiler On The Sea", "Bring On The Nubiles",  "No More Heroes"

    ========{{ :tup:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 01, 2006, 10:53:27 PM
    No, the movie (it's a short, about 10 minutes or so) doesn't have anything to do with the song, it's just some weird shit about a tourist family that go to a BBQ at the Butthole Surfers' place.  It gets weirder from there.  Do a search at youtube, it's called "BBQ movie", it'll come up.  I first saw it in an issue of Impact!, which was a "video magazine", basically a VHS tape that came out every month.  The issue with the Surfers was the only one I ever saw, I think it folded pretty soon afterwards.  Bill Hicks was in the same issue, but he's not on the youtube segment.  

    Btw, "Cherub" is my favorite song by them, I love the psychedelic use of feedback in that one.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 02, 2006, 10:42:17 AM
    I'm fukkin' diggin' this Thin Lizzy right now! :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 02, 2006, 04:38:25 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    I thought this was a particularly nice grouping, seemlessly meshed together, each flowing nicely into the other.
    It's cool when that happens; good 'DJing' is an art.


    Yeah.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 02, 2006, 04:41:00 PM
    Quote from: ""Th1n M@n""
    I'm fukkin' diggin' this Thin Lizzy right now! :smokin:


    Which Thin Lizzy ??  Jailbreak rules!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 02, 2006, 04:42:51 PM
    North Mis'sip' All-Stars_Shake Hands With Shorty

    Shake it on down....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 02, 2006, 05:05:19 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    North Mis'sip' All-Stars_Shake Hands With Shorty

    Shake it on down....


    I met these guys backstae at a festival I worked a couple of years ago.  The stage I was working at had shut down for the evening, and those guys were playing the main stage that evening.  Really cool, down to earth types, no pretentious musician shit going on at all.  They ended their set that night with a wicked blues/rock jam , with an electric washboard.  It had f/x on it so it got some insane weird sounds that night.  Good guys.


    rtp2k3
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 02, 2006, 08:52:29 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""Th1n M@n""
    I'm fukkin' diggin' this Thin Lizzy right now! :smokin:

    Which Thin Lizzy ??  Jailbreak rules!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqiwlioi ... ted&search (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqiwlioiouo&mode=related&search)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 02, 2006, 10:51:55 PM
    Checked out some Nazareth videos: "Holiday", "Hair Of the Dog"


    Masters of Reality videos--"Domino", ARF150", "The Blue Garden", "She Got Me (When She Got Her Dress On"  

    audio--"Looking To Get Rite", "The Eyes OF Texas", "Kill The King", "Gimme Water"

    Masters of Reality are the finest stoner rock band in the world.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 03, 2006, 01:20:43 PM
    I'm goin' to see one of my favorite bands tonight.  A band I've been wantin' to see for nearly 20 years but never saw 'em yet!  They're playin the Pittsburgh Rib Cook-Off down at Heinz field.  Grand Funk Railroad!  Tickets are only $10.00.  I gotta get down to the beer distributor...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 03, 2006, 11:32:24 PM
    Motorhead--"Hellraiser"

    Hayseed Dixie--"Ace of Spades", "Walk THis WAy"

    Melvins--"Night Goat"

    Masters of Reality--"Blue Garden" , "Domino"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 04, 2006, 12:45:35 AM
    Stereolab - "French Disco"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 04, 2006, 05:31:52 PM
    Raveonettes--Pretty In Black

    Queens of the Stone Age--QOTSA

    Peter Tosh--Legalize It
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 04, 2006, 07:57:20 PM
    Roky Erickson--"The Beast", "Night of the Vampire", "Starry Eyes"

    here's an awesome Roky website, apparently he's doing great these days, which warms my heart, he hadn't been doing too well for the past decade or so, he's back in Austin, and will play Austin City limits this month, backed by the Explosives.  Can't wait......

    http://www.rokyerickson.net/flash/ (http://www.rokyerickson.net/flash/)


    Also, if you like Roky's music, think about sending a few bucks to his trust fund--the guy has been ripped off by record labels, and heavily bootlegged.  If 100,00 people send him $10, he'll be a millionaire, as well he should be, he is truly an American music legend.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 04, 2006, 09:30:02 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    I'm goin' to see one of my favorite bands tonight.  A band I've been wantin' to see for nearly 20 years but never saw 'em yet!  They're playin the Pittsburgh Rib Cook-Off down at Heinz field.  Grand Funk Railroad!  Tickets are only $10.00.  I gotta get down to the beer distributor...


    Took a case 'a' beer an' 3 joints.  Found out in the parking lot from some kids next to us that Mark wasn't playin in the band.  I knew he left the band for a while to do some Christian music but I thought that was somethin' he came back from.  I guess not though.  So we didn't find out till we got down there to the venue about that!  At first I was real dissapointed, but then I got over it.

    The first band to play was a band called No Bad Ju Ju and they were pretty funky.  They covered "Hard To Handle" and "Brown Sugar".  They had a couple 'a' horns and a woman singin' and closed with Grandmaster Flash_"Wondermike"

    So Grand Funk without Mark Farner was still o.k., but  it took 2 guys to replace him.  One guy to be the frontman/singer of the band, a guy who looked suspisciously like Mark and deceptively declined to introduce himself when the rest of the band was introduced, leaving it up to the audience to either figure it out if they didn't already know, or assume by his silence that he was Mark Farner, and another guy to lay down all the bad-ass heavy electric guitar stuff that the other Mark replacement wasn't capable of.  I guess all that talent and energy is hard to find in one man.  The original drummer and bass player were there playin' in the band and the keyboardist might 'a' been original too, not quite sure about him.

    Their best tune of the night was "Inside Looking Out" which has this really groovy instrumental jam in the middle of it.  The frontman/singin' Mark replacement mumbled his way through the part of the tune were Mark used to sing about spendin' all day "...Makin' up 'nickel bags...'".  What a pussy.  Good thing we didn't have to pay the $10.00.

    First time I'd ever been to Heinz Field, home of the Champion, Pittsburgh Steelers.  The rib cook-off was actually in the parking lot but they had the ground level of the stadium open so people could use the bathrooms an' such.  All 5 Vince Lombardi trophies owned by the Steelers are on display in the hall.  A little further away is a "Walk of Fame" where the baddest Steelers in history are enshrined as Gods among men.  I'm a life-long Steelers fan and never yet even been to a game.  I was standin' there in front of Jack Lamberts' locker, lookin' at his helmet and his boots and other gear.  A rush of pride and respect and great humility came over me.  A little girl, about 7 or 8 was standin' to my side, sorta behind me.  She read Jack Lamberts' name out loud.  All I could do was look at her and silently acknowledge her, with a nod.

    So even though Mark Farner didn't play it was still real cool checkin' out Heinz Field and the Steelers history.

    Spent 18.oo on ribs.  Man, were they good!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 04, 2006, 10:03:15 PM
    I had a similar experience when I went to see the Guess Who about twenty years ago, there was maybe one original member, it sucked, I walked out.  It was confusing, because I had seen Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings play together (with backing band) on Letterman or one of those shows around the same time, and they said they were touring.  When I heard the Guess WHo was gonna be in town, I assumed it was them---WRONG.  After spending ten bucks or so and drinking a couple of beers, I was really bummed when the band came out, maybe with the original bass player or drummer, I couldn't tell you.  It blew, and I didn't get to look at any cool Steelers memorabilia to take away the disappointment.  Oh well, live and learn.....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 04, 2006, 11:31:25 PM
    ... :lol:  yep.  Live and learn...Uahhhh... :lol:  :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 05, 2006, 09:38:04 AM
    Nirvana - Unplugged in New York
    Captain Beefheart- Doc At the Radar Station
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 05, 2006, 07:26:24 PM
    my roommate and his g/f fighting---they've got the fight and fuck thing DOWN.  Gets annoying after a while, but what the fuck can I do about it?  Not much.

    Oh. yeah. a little Desmond Decler=="The sraelites"

    plus, Tool--"Sober", STP--"The Big Easy", Alice--"Down In A Hole"


    other drug-relatred kill yourself shit......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 05, 2006, 10:17:02 PM
    Blue Oyster Cult--Agents of Fortune (reissue).  Damn fine record, plus the reissue has some good bonus tracks on it.  'bout to mainline some drugs while "True Confessions" plays (again):  Spent myself in Candy's eyes/Dragged myself 'cross her warm, blind side.......

    Stand in the doorway in a jealous rage/ dragged myself 'cross her wild domain.....


    Fucking poetry!


    Naked, exposed/Like fine rocknroll/ Perfect as strangers/Imperfect as love
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 06, 2006, 12:07:00 AM
    Jesus and Mary Chain--Barbed Wire Kisses
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: frootloop88va on September 06, 2006, 04:12:20 PM
    Godsmack - Faceless
    Godsmack IV
    Godsmack (1st Album)

    White Zombie
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 06, 2006, 07:17:02 PM
    A bunch of Clutch videos on youtube.  Fucking RAWK!!!!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 06, 2006, 07:17:36 PM
    Hall and Oates_Rock and Soul, Part 1:

    Sara Smile*****(sweet as Sunday mornin' lovin' only not as long)
    She's Gone*****
    Rich Girl*****
    Kiss On My List****
    You Make My Dreams***
    Private Eyes***
    I Can't Go For That***
    Maneater***
    One On One
    Wait For Me
    Say It Isn't So
    Adult Education
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 06, 2006, 07:20:04 PM
    Black Market Baby - "Killing Time"
    Aerosmith - "Jaded"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 07, 2006, 10:56:26 AM
    Mountain Goats--"Palmcorder Yana"



    ....and the head stones climbed up the hill....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 07, 2006, 12:47:40 PM
    Average White Band, on vinyl
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 07, 2006, 05:27:48 PM
    Alice In Chains, plus some old time country music boogie and blues on the AM station that plays cool old country stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 07, 2006, 05:31:24 PM
    Some folks think they're "too cool" to listen to ~anything country.  :roll:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 07, 2006, 11:34:47 PM
    John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt - I'm in the Mood
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 08, 2006, 12:42:16 AM
    Quote from: ""Frody""
    Some folks think they're "too cool" to listen to ~anything country.  :roll:



    And those people can fuck off.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 08, 2006, 11:47:12 PM
    The Who - Live at Leeds (side 2)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 09, 2006, 06:28:52 AM
    Morphine--Cure For Pain

    White Stripes==Elephant

    Neurosis & Jarboe--Neurosis & Jarboe

    Pink Floyd---Dark Side of The Moon
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on September 09, 2006, 01:29:54 PM
    Serge Gainsbourg

    &

    Sonido Estereo
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 09, 2006, 03:52:38 PM
    Belly -Star-
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 09, 2006, 06:14:51 PM
    Quote from: ""001010""
    Serge Gainsbourg

    &

    Sonido Estereo



    Serge Gainsbourg is some cool stuff, "Erotic YEar 1969" ( a loose English translation) is one of my faves, but it gets beat by "Bonnie & Clyde" for the Brigit Bardot backing vox, if for nothing else.  Good stuff.


    rtp2003
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 09, 2006, 09:57:47 PM
    Paid $15.oo for about 200 records at a garage sale about 2 blocks from my house today.  Pro'ly about 135 of 'em are in good shape.  A lot of classic rock, & 70's and 80's stuff, a lot of funk and disco, which is all what I like.  "Woodstock2" was in there, nice an' clean.  couple 'a' YES albums, Rick James, a Linda Ronstadt picture disc!, a few K-TEL compilations...I'm about to eat a ganja brownie and do some musical time trippin...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2006, 12:42:42 AM
    Neil Young - "I'm The Ocean"
    Neil Young - "Big Green Country"
    Chrome - Alien Soundtracks
    The Beatles - "Strawberry Fields Forever"
    Title: waking up in strange places for fun and profit
    Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2006, 09:57:25 AM
    "yeah, I'll go get some milk and cigarettes"

    Cruisin' a vaguely familiar town, you may have been there once, if you were as lucky as I was back in'82, whcih wasn't very good luck at all......

    Crank up the Pink Floyd--:"Hey You" comin' from the classic rock radio, do a little channel surfing, get The Doors doing "Hello , I Love You", and Queen doing "Another One Bites The Dust".  Another channel change gets us Hank McClintock, the dude who did "Big Rock Candy Mountain" on the "Oh Brother Where Art Thou" soundtrack, doing a cool old song called "Halleluia! I'm A Bum", followed by some stuff off of  Bob Dylan's new record, which ain't too bad.....

    YEsterday, caught the second half of "The Last Waltz", the Martin Scorcese flick chronicaling the farewell concert by The BAnd.  Later that night caught a really cool garage rock show (NOT Little Steven's) on local radio while headed downtown to get a drink.

    Caught a good bit of "Tommy" on TV this morning, it was ending as I got back from the milk run.

    It ain't easy being RTP, but it's usually a hell of a lot of fun.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 10, 2006, 01:04:18 PM
    Why settle for just milk?
    Here, have a cow...

    (http://http://www.allfloyd.com/images/covers/atom.jpg)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on September 11, 2006, 12:07:45 AM
    Public Image Ltd. - Album
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 11, 2006, 08:01:30 PM
    some live BLUE OYSTER CULT
    Title: perfect music for a dreary day
    Post by: teachback on September 11, 2006, 11:16:46 PM
    Big Star's 3rd: Sister Lovers
    Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on September 12, 2006, 07:17:36 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Paid $15.oo for about 200 records at a garage sale about 2 blocks from my house today.  Pro'ly about 135 of 'em are in good shape.  A lot of classic rock, & 70's and 80's stuff, a lot of funk and disco, which is all what I like.  "Woodstock2" was in there, nice an' clean.  couple 'a' YES albums, Rick James, a Linda Ronstadt picture disc!, a few K-TEL compilations...I'm about to eat a ganja brownie and do some musical time trippin...


    so how exactly did that ganga brownie music fest go? eh? *grin* heheh
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 13, 2006, 07:18:51 AM
    Bongwater--Too Much Sleep

    Urge Overkill--Saturation
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 13, 2006, 08:13:48 AM
    Jim Carroll Band--Catholic Boy
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 13, 2006, 10:02:54 AM
    I had lots of friends and they died.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 13, 2006, 01:14:43 PM
    Bongwater--Too Much Sleep (again, it's that good)

    Mudhoney--Superfuzz Bigmuff

    on vinyl, kids.....

    also some Santana, from Moonflower, I think, "She's Not There" (Zombies cover) and some other stuff.  ALex Ligertwood on vox, I'm pretty sure, so I think it was {i]Moonflower[/i]-era.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 13, 2006, 04:47:08 PM
    Grateful Dead--"Estimated Prophet" (on youtube, from 1977)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 13, 2006, 05:47:09 PM
    a bunch of Stranglers vids on youtube.
    Title: V for Vinyl
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 14, 2006, 11:29:02 AM
    Steely Dan_Aja(vinyl)

    Sirius, The Vault:

    Robin Trower-"Lady Love"
    Hendrix-"Spanish Castle Magic"(Hang On! My Darlin!  Hang On!...)
    Tommy Bolin-"Teaser"
    Grateful Dead-"Weather Report Suite"

    93.3 Cleveland:

    Krokus-"Screamin' In The Night"
    Fastway-"Say What You Will"

    Yesterday an' today:

    E.L.O._Ole(vinyl)...featuring "Showdown"
    Isaac Hayes(vinyl)
    Herb Alpert(v.)
    Quarterflash(v.)
    John Stewart-"Gold"(v.)
    Aqualung_Jethro Tull, on vinyl...featuring "Cross-eyed Mary"...(v.)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 14, 2006, 12:01:19 PM
    Lee 'Scratch' Perry
    Title: Re: V for Vinyl
    Post by: Anonymous on September 14, 2006, 12:33:32 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Steely Dan_Aja(vinyl)

    Not my fave by them (that's The Royal Scam), but a damn good album.  Strong throughout.


    Quote
    Tommy Bolin-"Teaser"
    Grateful Dead-"Weather Report Suite"

    What a cool Tommy Bolin song.  Haven't heard that one in years.  Good stuff.  That's also a pretty good Dead selection,  "Let It Grow" was always a good closer for a first set.



    Quote
    E.L.O._Ole(vinyl)...featuring "Showdown"

    John Stewart-"Gold"(v.)


    That is the coolest ELO song ever, even better than "Fire On High".  All other ELO sucks, at least after Jeff Lynne took control of the band.   "Don't Bring Me Down"---puh-leaze!  "Showdown" is played in the movie "Vanilla Sky" during a really cool scene, as is the Rolling Stones song "Heaven".  That John Stewart has Stevie Nicks doing backing vox on it.  I had that record pre-Straight, got it for my birthday from somebody.
    Title: Re: V for Vinyl
    Post by: Anonymous on September 14, 2006, 07:42:15 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Steely Dan_Aja(vinyl)

    Not my fave by them (that's The Royal Scam), but a damn good album.  Strong throughout.


    Quote
    Tommy Bolin-"Teaser"
    Grateful Dead-"Weather Report Suite"

    What a cool Tommy Bolin song.  Haven't heard that one in years.  Good stuff.  That's also a pretty good Dead selection,  "Let It Grow" was always a good closer for a first set.



    Quote
    E.L.O._Ole(vinyl)...featuring "Showdown"

    John Stewart-"Gold"(v.)

    That is the coolest ELO song ever, even better than "Fire On High".  All other ELO sucks, at least after Jeff Lynne took control of the band.   "Don't Bring Me Down"---puh-leaze!  "Showdown" is played in the movie "Vanilla Sky" during a really cool scene, as is the Rolling Stones song "Heaven".  That John Stewart has Stevie Nicks doing backing vox on it.  I had that record pre-Straight, got it for my birthday from somebody.


    That's the 1st time I ever heard of Tommy Bolin.  Good tune.

    One of my favorite G.D. suites, that Weather Report.  I got it on a cassette boot too,5/19/74, Memorial Coliseum, Portland OR. Also got it on Dicks Picks, volume 14, Boston Music Hall, 11/30/73 and 12/2/73.  Seen 'em close a few first sets with "Let It Grow" alright.

    I thought that sounded like Stevie Nicks.

    I like E.L.O.

    Today I been playin:

    Taj Mahal:

    "Stagger Lee"
    "Dust My Broom"
    "Take This Hammer"
    "Blues With A Feeling"
    "Big Legged Mamas Are Back In Style Again"

    Jethro Tull_Aqualung and
    Too Old to Rock 'N' Roll, Too Young to Die(both on vinyl)

    Grand Funk_Survival(v.)

    Rolling Stones_Goats Head Soup(Vinyl)

    On Deck:

    Rolling Stones_Sucking In The 70s(also on vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 14, 2006, 09:31:56 PM
    Lynyrd Skynyrd_(pronounced leh_nerd'skin-erd) [{v.}]
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 14, 2006, 10:45:03 PM
    King Crimson_U.S.A.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 14, 2006, 11:01:42 PM
    Starry! How the hell are ya??!!?!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 14, 2006, 11:33:41 PM
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever to Tell
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 15, 2006, 02:46:15 AM
    Quote from: ""...starry eyes there...""
    King Crimson_U.S.A.


    Nice one.  "Asbury Park" is de shit.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 15, 2006, 11:20:51 AM
    Quote from: ""Frankie""
    Starry! How the hell are ya??!!?!


    Fine brother, just fine...makin' my way through...all these ol' records.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 15, 2006, 03:55:10 PM
    sounds like you made a good score on the LPs.

    Been listening to Mr. Bungle--California and Television--Marquee Moon today.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 15, 2006, 10:33:24 PM
    Yeah, seems like it.  I got drunk on Pina Coladas last night, celebrating Steve Mathew's birthday.  He would 'a' been 39!  Near the end of the night I pulled what I thought was a Fleetwood Mac record out of its cover and threw it on the turntable.  A little while later I realized to my surprise that I was actually listening to Neil Young.  This morning after I had given myself some time to recover I checked the record label and I'll be a monkeys uncle if it didn't read:

    "Reprise Records
    American Stars and Bars
    Neil Young, Crazy Horse and the Bulletts
    April 1977"

    I aint never heard of this record, has any one else ??

    Also I was in a conversation the other day and some friends and I were trying to understand how sound is recorded on vinyl or how sound is recorded at all for that matter.  Can anyone explain this mystery ??  I mean how does the distinct sound of a persons voice come through a phone wire ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 15, 2006, 11:07:00 PM
    Yeah, I've heard that Neil Young record.  It came out after Rust Never Sleeps but before Reactor, I believe,  around the time of Hawks and Doves.  If you ever find a copy of Reactor, pick it up, it's one of his best records with Crazy Horse.  What I thought was a little disturbing to my anti-NA mind, however, was that he has the words to the Serenity Prayer printed on the back cover, in Latin.  Hmmmm.   Still, it is a great rockin' Neil Young album, with a couple of my favortie songs by him, "Opera Star" and "Surfer Joe and Moe the Sleaze".  Rockin' good stuff.

    I have kind of an understanding of the process, but I think I'll make sure by doing a little internet research on this one, you've piqued my curiousity.  For now, I'll just say it's magical machine elves in a hyperdimensional space that do it, and leave it at that.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 15, 2006, 11:08:29 PM
    My bad, if it was '77, it came out before "Rust Never Sleeps"......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on September 16, 2006, 12:24:03 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yeah, seems like it.  I got drunk on Pina Coladas last night, celebrating Steve Mathew's birthday.  He would 'a' been 39!  Near the end of the night I pulled what I thought was a Fleetwood Mac record out of its cover and threw it on the turntable.  A little while later I realized to my surprise that I was actually listening to Neil Young.  This morning after I had given myself some time to recover I checked the record label and I'll be a monkeys uncle if it didn't read:

    "Reprise Records
    American Stars and Bars
    Neil Young, Crazy Horse and the Bulletts
    April 1977"

    I aint never heard of this record, has any one else ??

    Also I was in a conversation the other day and some friends and I were trying to understand how sound is recorded on vinyl or how sound is recorded at all for that matter.  Can anyone explain this mystery ??  I mean how does the distinct sound of a persons voice come through a phone wire ??
    I don't know if I've heard that one or not; I know I've seen the cover of it. Reactor is a great one, though...there are a lot of good songs on that! I really like the repetitive cool-ass riff on "T-Bone"! Also, "Southern Pacific" is the best 'train song' ever written?

    As far as the analog sound thing, I'll refer you to something I posted from another thread not too long ago:

    Quote from: ""Frank Discussion""
    Absolutely! Analog is a superior medium. Analog recording is a linear representation of a linear waveform, and therefore more accurate. The shape of the waveforms appear "warmer", "smoother" more "three dimensional". There's a lower distortion rate for low signal levels.. Also it's not not subject to jitter as is the case with optical media. On the downside, analog is subject to electrical and mechanical hiss and noise. This of course can be filtered out via software for the anally-retentive.

    Hope that helps a little..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 16, 2006, 03:10:42 AM
    Yeah. Thanks Frank.  I've always wondered, and that recent post of yours got me thinkin' again.  The question of how sound is recorded has been comin' up in conversation quite a bit as of late.  I sort 'a' think I have a little bit of a better understanding of how digital recording works, what with the binary code 'n' all, although that is baffling in other ways...

    But how is it that when you put a needle down in a record groove it produces music ???  I mean even if you don't amp the sound you can still here the music comin' right off the vinyl.  There must be some sort of a code involved, right ??  I mean obviously there is a code.  But there's nothing to read a code.  No computer.  I don't know...

    Maybe RTP will shed more light...no pressure though... :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on September 16, 2006, 10:27:57 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yeah. Thanks Frank.  I've always wondered, and that recent post of yours got me thinkin' again.  The question of how sound is recorded has been comin' up in conversation quite a bit as of late.  I sort 'a' think I have a little bit of a better understanding of how digital recording works, what with the binary code 'n' all, although that is baffling in other ways...

    But how is it that when you put a needle down in a record groove it produces music ???  I mean even if you don't amp the sound you can still here the music comin' right off the vinyl.  There must be some sort of a code involved, right ??  I mean obviously there is a code.  But there's nothing to read a code.  No computer.  I don't know...

    Maybe RTP will shed more light...no pressure though... :lol:

    Well let's forget about digital for a little bit and discuss the groove..

    The groove is etched (actually pressed, but whatever; the result is the same) into the vinyl..

    Thomas Edison is credited with creating the first device for recording and playing back sounds in 1877. His approach used a very simple mechanism to store an analog wave mechanically. In Edison's original phonograph, a diaphragm directly controlled a needle, and the needle scratched an analog signal onto a tinfoil cylinder. You spoke into Edison's device while rotating the cylinder, and the needle "recorded" what you said onto the tin. That is, as the diaphragm vibrated, so did the needle, and those vibrations impressed themselves onto the tin. To play the sound back, the needle moved over the groove scratched during recording. During playback, the vibrations pressed into the tin caused the needle to vibrate, causing the diaphragm to vibrate and play the sound.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 16, 2006, 11:26:53 AM
    Miles Davis - On The Corner
    Thelonious Monk - Straight, No Chaser
    Carly Simon
    John Lennon
    Heart
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 16, 2006, 11:42:57 AM
    That's quite interesting.  Thanks Frank.  You're pretty darn good at wording the abstract.  I'm still not sure how it works but you've given me some things to consider.  Farr-out.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 17, 2006, 11:11:57 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    But how is it that when you put a needle down in a record groove it produces music ??? :


    It's hyperdimensional machine elves, I tell ya!
    Title: pirate :-)
    Post by: webdiva on September 17, 2006, 03:15:34 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    That's quite interesting.  Thanks Frank.  You're pretty darn good at wording the abstract.  I'm still not sure how it works but you've given me some things to consider.  Farr-out.


    "A vinyl record has a groove carved into it that mirrors the original sound's waveform. This means that no information is lost. The output of a record player is analog. It can be fed directly to your amplifier with no conversion."

    so basically the groove is an exact replica of the sound wave something that is far more accurate via analog then digital there will be truer to the original

    check this puppy out on the how stuff works site
    http://http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/analog-digital.htm

    another good one
    http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gramophone_record#History
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 18, 2006, 01:30:11 PM
    Tomahawk--Mit Gas

    Tosca--Opera

    Nirvana--In Utero

    Mr. Bungle--California
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 19, 2006, 06:49:24 PM
    Peeping Tom--"Mojo", "Sucker",  "How You Feeling?", "Your Neighborhood Spaceman"

    Melvins--"Green Manalishi (w/ the Two-Pronged Crown)" (cover of an old Peter green-era Fleetwood Mac song, also done to killer effect by Judas Priest on Hell Bent For LEather

    Bad Brainds--"I Against I", "Hired Gun"

    Hawkwind--"Silver Machine". "Space Is Deep"

    Bongwater--"He Loved The Weather", "The Living End"

    Dwarves--Horror Stories
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 19, 2006, 06:52:22 PM
    Led Zeppelin - "The Song Remains The Same"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on September 19, 2006, 08:50:01 PM
    I went to see Built to Spill last night.  8)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 20, 2006, 02:05:57 AM
    Grateful Dead _ Dicks Picks, volume 22, Kings Beach Bowl, Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe, CA, Feb. 22, 23, 1968:

    Viloa Lee Blues
    Hurts Me Too
    Dark Star>
    China Cat>
    The 11>
    Turn On Your Lovelight
    Born Cross-Eyed>
    Spanish Jam
    Morning Dew
    Good Mornin Little Schoolgirl
    That's It For The Other One>
    New Potato Caboose
    Alligator>
    China Cat>
    The 11>
    Alligator>
    Caution>
    Feedback

    Medeski, Martin and Wood _ Shackman

    Jefferson Starship _ Freedom at Point Zero(vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 20, 2006, 07:24:20 AM
    Quote from: ""001010""
    I went to see Built to Spill last night.  8)


    Cool, did they play "Singing Sores Make Perfect Swords" or "Virginia Reel Around the Fountain"?  Where'd ya see them?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 20, 2006, 10:12:04 AM
    Nation of Ulysses:
    • Spectra Sonic Sound
    • S.S. Exploder
    • Look Out! Soul Is Back
    • Cool Senior High School (Fight Song)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on September 20, 2006, 11:45:35 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""001010""
    I went to see Built to Spill last night.  8)

    Cool, did they play "Singing Sores Make Perfect Swords" or "Virginia Reel Around the Fountain"?  Where'd ya see them?


    They were playing stuff from their new album and featuring art by Mike Scheer. It was a great show.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on September 20, 2006, 11:46:02 AM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Nation of Ulysses:


    Love them...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 20, 2006, 11:54:21 AM
    Willie Nelson_Willie and Family Live

    Moody Blues with the London Festival Orchestra_Days of Future Passed
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 20, 2006, 12:06:33 PM
    Tim Buckley / Happy Sad

    PS- I think you'd like this guy's music, Pirate.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 20, 2006, 12:08:05 PM
    Quote from: ""001010""
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Nation of Ulysses:
    Love them...

    Yeah, so do I! I never got to see them live, but they were friends with Lungfish.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 20, 2006, 12:20:21 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Tim Buckley / Happy Sad

    PS- I think you'd like this guy's music, Pirate.


    Why's 'at ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on September 20, 2006, 12:23:58 PM
    Never did either, but I went through a serious phase of them, Unwound, Seam, and Fugazi. Don't listen to any of them anymore, but used to have a tape with all of them on there. It got me to DC and back with a 4-year-old. My other tape was Joy Division. That was a weird trip...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 20, 2006, 12:31:55 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Tim Buckley / Happy Sad

    PS- I think you'd like this guy's music, Pirate.

    Why's 'at ??

    Just by judging from other stuff that you're into, like The Moody Blues.
    http://www.timbuckley.com (http://www.timbuckley.com)
    http://www.google.com/musica?aid=Lj4sdc ... &ct=result (http://www.google.com/musica?aid=Lj4sdcxwUmN&sa=X&oi=music&ct=result)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 20, 2006, 01:07:09 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Tim Buckley / Happy Sad

    PS- I think you'd like this guy's music, Pirate.

    Why's 'at ??
    Just by judging from other stuff that you're into, like The Moody Blues.
    http://www.timbuckley.com (http://www.timbuckley.com)
    http://www.google.com/musica?aid=Lj4sdc ... &ct=result (http://www.google.com/musica?aid=Lj4sdcxwUmN&sa=X&oi=music&ct=result)


    Oh.  I should have known.  Thanks Frod.  I'll check it out.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 20, 2006, 01:33:58 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Oh.  I should have known.  Thanks Frod.  I'll check it out.

    No harm in asking; there could have been some other reason, like he sang songs about pirates or something...  :D

    I've found some of his stuff at the library before. I have the album I listed on vinyl. Same with:

    The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn

    ..which I just listened to.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 20, 2006, 10:16:04 PM
    AC/DC - "Back In Black"

    Alice Cooper - "I'm Eighteen"

    Stereolab - "French Disko"

    Body Count - "Cop Killer"

    Pretenders - "Lie To Me"

    AC/DC - "Shot Down In Flames"
    AC/DC - "Night Prowler"

    Aerosmith - "Jaded"

    The Rolling Stones - "Let Me Down Slow"

    Black Market Baby - "America's Youth"

    Judas Priest - "Metal Gods"

    John Hiatt - "Master of Disaster"

    The Eames Era - "Could be Anything"

    A Clockwork Orange (Ultraviolence Theme)

    Fleetwood Mac - "Peacekeeper"

    The Allman Brothers - "Midnight Rider"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 20, 2006, 11:10:25 PM
    Mudhoney--March To Fuzz

    Pinback--Siummers In Abaddon

    Bongwater--The Power Of Pussy
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 21, 2006, 09:19:19 AM
    Eric Clapton, on sirius doin' "Don't Think Twice It's All Right".  Great version of a great song.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 21, 2006, 08:50:20 PM
    Tom Petty - "I Need to Know"
    North Mississippi All Stars - "Drop Down Mama"
    John Hiatt - "Master_of_Disaster"
    Minor Threat - "Minor Threat"
    Louis XIV {various}
    Title: there and back again
    Post by: Anonymous on September 21, 2006, 10:53:12 PM
    Pinback--Summers In Abaddon

    Iggy Pop-Nude and Rude

    Tosca--Suzuki in Dub, Delhi 9

    Primal Scream--Screamadelica (cool cover of "Slip Inside This House" by 13thFloor Elevators)

    Cat Power--various

    Medeski, Martin & Wood--various

    Opeth--various
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 22, 2006, 01:16:26 PM
    picked up Enlightened Rogues by The Allmans on vinyl yesterday in the St. Vincent DePaul thrift store, 50 cents...killer-good hard drinkin, electric blues.  Excellent record.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 22, 2006, 08:31:54 PM
    Mountain Stage
    Joan Armatrading,
    Loudon Wainwright III,
    Maktub,
    Asleep at the Wheel,
    Keri Noble  
    http://www.mountainstage.org/ (http://www.mountainstage.org/)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 22, 2006, 09:40:58 PM
    :rofl: skip to about 1:07:36
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 22, 2006, 09:41:59 PM
    On what link? I wanna see!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 22, 2006, 09:43:34 PM
    mms://vserver.wvpubcast.org/radio/MS090 ... dingWB.mp3 (http://mms://vserver.wvpubcast.org/radio/MS090806ArmatradingWB.mp3)

    hear
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 22, 2006, 09:56:17 PM
    Thanks; ironic wit. Why does it say Armatrading? (that's not Joan....is it?)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 22, 2006, 09:57:14 PM
    The Who - "Legal Matter"
    Black Sabbath - "War Pigs"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 22, 2006, 10:17:02 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Thanks; ironic wit. Why does it say Armatrading? (that's not Joan....is it?)


    Shaw nuff is. My brother turned me onto this. Here he is just off our place in WV.


    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 22, 2006, 10:45:14 PM
    Hmm.. she sounds kinda manly in that. Anyway, I have a few of her albums on vinyl. The one I like the most is called "Joan Armatrading". It was pressed in 1976; the first track on it is called "Down To Zero."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 23, 2006, 10:28:59 AM
    Out in the shed on a cool September night, fire in the stove, beer in the hand , ganja in the pipe, Grand Funk_Survival and King Crimson_USA(Asbury Park is the shit!  :lol: ) on the turntable...A man who was read Last Rites twice just after birth, having been born at 6 1/2 months in 1951, providing endless conversation. ::hatter::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 23, 2006, 10:58:08 AM
    Bart? Please say hi to him for me!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 23, 2006, 02:46:43 PM
    Chrome--Having a Wonderful Time with the Tripods

    Orbital--'Are We Here?"

    King Crimson--"One More Red Nightmare", "Starless and Bible Black"

    Helios Creed--"Flying Through The Either", "Lactating Purple"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 23, 2006, 03:02:37 PM
    "my name is Ol' Dirty Bastard and I'm an alcoholic"

    "Me too, Niggah!"

    Tha Alkaholiks &Ol' Dirty Bastard--"Hip Hop Drunkies"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 23, 2006, 03:32:54 PM
    Mogwai--"Hunted By A Freak"

    Secret Chiefs 3--"Knights Of Damcar"

    Marilyn Manson--"Lunchbox"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"Shooting Shark"  (not one of my faves, but it came up on the playlist, so why not....)

    Zero 7--"Destiny"

    Laurie Anderson--"Beautiful Pea Green Boat"

    Dengue Fever--"Ethanopium"  (Cambodian surf rock, it kills......)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 23, 2006, 06:16:29 PM
    Quote from: ""Bad Trip""
    Bart? Please say hi to him for me!


    Who else ??  

    ...I will.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 23, 2006, 07:36:02 PM
    Masters of Reality--"Looking To Get Rite","the  Blue Garden",  "The Eyes of Texas", "Candy Song", "Kill THe King", "Domino", "She Got Me (When She Got Her Dress On)", "Gimme Water", "Rabbit One"

    Queens Of the Stone Age--"Regular John"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 24, 2006, 02:28:32 AM
    remember the summer/ in Abaddon....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 24, 2006, 04:04:37 PM
    AC/DC - "What's Next To The Moon", "Gone Shootin'"
    The Stranglers - IV Rattus Norvegicus
    Joan Armatrading (1976)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 24, 2006, 04:17:39 PM
    "bring on the nubiles", eh, Frod?

    Joy Division--Peel Sessions

    a bunch of stuff in the background while I kept up with the Jags loss to the Colts.  Fuckers.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on September 25, 2006, 04:37:28 PM
    Roky Erickson - "White Faces"
    The Damned - Plan 9 Channel 7 (Live St Petersburg)
    Oasis - "Lyla"
    Patti Smith Group - "Because The Night"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 25, 2006, 06:16:52 PM
    Skynard "Magic Carpet"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 26, 2006, 03:51:53 AM
    A bunch of vids on youtube.  Today's theme was krautrock, with clips of Can, Faust, Amon Duul II, Popol Vuh, Kraftwerk, Lucifer's Friend, and Neu!.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 27, 2006, 12:45:30 AM
    Jeff Lang, Train Wreck 49

    Bart and the dude from City Glass LOL
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 27, 2006, 03:04:00 AM
    Quote from: ""Bad Trip""
    Skynard "Magic Carpet"


    Do you mean "Magic Carpet Ride" by Steppenwolf?  Lynyrd Skynyrd don't have anything by that title that I know of, unless it's some lame new stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on September 27, 2006, 08:28:27 AM
    They covered it. Dunno where I came across it but there it is.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 27, 2006, 09:48:14 AM
    That's kind of interesting, I'll have to look for it.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on September 28, 2006, 10:16:12 AM
    During the drunkeness of the other night each of the following records made it onto the turntable(not necessarily presented in the order played):

    Jefferson Starship_Red Octopus
    Foreigner_Head Games
    Fleetwood Mac_Rumors(one of my all time personal favorites and a very heavy influence on my own personal guitar style)
    The Fixx_Reach The Beach
    eurythmics_touch
    Dicky Betts and Great Southern_Atlanta's Burnin Down
    Robert Palmer_Secrets
    ELO_Ole
    Linda Ronstadt_Livin' In The USA(picture disc, no skips or scratches, she covers Little Feat, Warren Zevon and Elvis...among others)
    Cat Stevens_Teaser and the Firecat
    Fleetwood Mac_The 1975, apparently self-titled record("Over my Head"...)
    Allman Brothers_Enlightened Rogues(Nobody fuck with me)
    Yes_Yes Songs
    Elton John_Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
    ZZ Top_Tres Hombres
    Title: Spaceman 3
    Post by: Anonymous on September 28, 2006, 04:43:56 PM
    Spacemen 3--"Suicide"  

    This is what it's all about, baby!!!!!!

    Droning drug rock uber Alles!!!!!!!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mhk_ZjAv7DQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mhk_ZjAv7DQ)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on September 29, 2006, 10:15:26 AM
    That was cool.... (http://http://www.langkawi.dk/smileys/m4.gif)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on September 29, 2006, 02:19:15 PM
    The Cars - "Candy-O" TV 1979
    The Raveonettes - "Attack of the Ghost Riders"
    Title: Psychedelic Krauts (YouTube playlist from RTP)
    Post by: teachback on September 29, 2006, 02:38:58 PM
    Can - "Mother Sky" Live on WDR TV in 1970
    Popol Vuh - various
    Can - "Oh Yeah", "Halleluwah", "I Want More", "Vernal Equinox", "Paperhouse", "Mushroom"
    Dies Irae - "The Trip" 1971
    Amon Duul II - "Between The Eyes"
    Can - "Deadlock"
    Popol Vuh - "Bettina"
    Tangerine Dream - "Ossiach Lake" 1971
    Kraftwerk "Ruckzuck" Live on WDR TV in 1970
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on September 29, 2006, 02:41:22 PM
    Wow, nice selections there, Frank.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 29, 2006, 05:28:09 PM
    if you have a youtube account I'll send you the playlist

    RTP2k3
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on September 30, 2006, 09:05:36 AM
    Dire Straits - "Down to The Waterline"
    Title: Dire Straits
    Post by: Anonymous on September 30, 2006, 05:09:15 PM
    that's a good one.  I always liked their first album, it took balls to do that when the rest of the English scene had gone punk or new wave by that time.  I also like their live album, Live Alchemy", and think "Making Movies" is pretty good, too.  There's tons of live stuff from'79 on youtube, I saw that one, "Six Blade Knife", "Once Upon A Time In The West", "Water Of Love" and a couple of others.  Back when both Knopflers were in the band, and original drummer Pick Withers.  Awesome stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 01, 2006, 12:57:56 AM
    Friday night out in the shed:

    Jefferson Starship_Red Octopus(total hippie record)

    Yes_Yes Songs(a triple album, which folds out, and has a cover which is divided into 3 seperate but artistically related psychedelic scenes depicting the coast of some cosmic ocean.  The album cover itself is literally capable of standing on its own. When unfolded it can be shaped into a square, a triangle or a jagged line.  The 8 panels of scenery can be changed according to the shape and direction of the fold and would be suitable for use as a background in a psychedelic puppet show or something...very cool...especially stoned)

    Tonight(Sat.):

    John Coltrane_A Love Supreme

    Thelonius Monk Quartet with John Coltrane_At Carnegie Hall

    On Deck:

    Miles Davis_A Tribute to Jack Johnson
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: AtomicAnt on October 01, 2006, 08:58:07 AM
    Pete Townsend - White City
    The soundtrack to Oh Brother Wherefore Art Thou
    Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica
    Joe Cocker Live

    I was rummaging through my CDs to change the six that were in my Car's CD player and came across these rarely played (by me) CDs. I thought something different would be a nice change.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 01, 2006, 12:59:36 PM
    Quote from: ""AtomicAnt""
    The soundtrack to Oh Brother Wherefore Art Thou

    First off, I love the movie, so many great lines and songs and metaphors all through it.  One night when it was on t.v. I sat and watched it and tried to take notes but I couldn't keep up.  I either need to learn short hand or get it on dvd.

    Big Rock Candy Mountain, written and performed by Harry McClintock,  recorded in 1928.  Easily one of the top 100 songs of the century.  I mean, seems like a shoe-in to me. It's one of the very first songs I ever remember playin' on my own turntable, in my own bedroom, when I was just but a wee lad(holding my hand about 3 feet above the floor), before I ever went to any fucked up schools.  It was a childs plastic portable turntable.  Real cheap but functional and sturdy.  It had a handle and I used to carry it around with me.  I had a whole stack'a kids 45s I used to listen to all the time.  "Puff the Magic Dragon"... that an' "The Ol' Lady Who Swallowed the Fly(I don't know why, she swallowed the fly...I guess she'll die.)"  "Froggy Went A-courtin(and he did ride, uh-huh...uh-huh...).

    Yeah, I liked good music from a long time back.  Been puttin needles to vinyl all my born days, ... so I have.  

    Several good songs on that O Brother soundtrack; "O Death" one of 'em.  I like Allison Krauss and Emmy Lou too.  And of course "Man of Constant Sorrow", which is previously known to me by Dylans' version.

    About "You Are My Sunshine".  We had to sing that in group.  I still like the song but I can't help associating it with the memories of $tr8.  

     

    Quote from: ""AtomicAnt""
    Joe Cocker Live


    I Like Joe Cocker.  Love the energy he brings.  Could be good. What's he cover on it ??

    I'm not familliar with the other stuff.
    Title: Re: Psychedelic Krauts (YouTube playlist from RTP)
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 01, 2006, 02:09:15 PM
    Quote from: ""Frank Discussion""
    Can - "Mother Sky" Live on WDR TV in 1970
    Popol Vuh - various
    Can - "Oh Yeah", "Halleluwah", "I Want More", "Vernal Equinox", "Paperhouse", "Mushroom"
    Dies Irae - "The Trip" 1971
    Amon Duul II - "Between The Eyes"
    Can - "Deadlock"
    Popol Vuh - "Bettina"
    Tangerine Dream - "Ossiach Lake" 1971
    Kraftwerk "Ruckzuck" Live on WDR TV in 1970


    Hey! I want some too!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 01, 2006, 02:25:16 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""

    John Coltrane_A Love Supreme

    A truly great record, this one has gotten me through some bleak times, Coltrane's masterpiece.  There is an African Methodist church in California that views Coltrane as a saint.  I think they're right.



    Quote
    Thelonius Monk Quartet with John Coltrane_At Carnegie Hall


    I'd like to hear this one.  Coltrane is the man!

    ]
    Title: Re: Psychedelic Krauts (YouTube playlist from RTP)
    Post by: Anonymous on October 01, 2006, 08:22:18 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""Frank Discussion""
    Can - "Mother Sky" Live on WDR TV in 1970
    Popol Vuh - various
    Can - "Oh Yeah", "Halleluwah", "I Want More", "Vernal Equinox", "Paperhouse", "Mushroom"
    Dies Irae - "The Trip" 1971
    Amon Duul II - "Between The Eyes"
    Can - "Deadlock"
    Popol Vuh - "Bettina"
    Tangerine Dream - "Ossiach Lake" 1971
    Kraftwerk "Ruckzuck" Live on WDR TV in 1970

    Hey! I want some too!

    Take care of him, would you RTP? Thanks..
    Title: Steve Howe
    Post by: Froderik on October 01, 2006, 08:40:39 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yes_Yes Songs(a triple album, which folds out, and has a cover which is divided into 3 seperate but artistically related psychedelic scenes depicting the coast of some cosmic ocean. The album cover itself is literally capable of standing on its own. When unfolded it can be shaped into a square, a triangle or a jagged line. The 8 panels of scenery can be changed according to the shape and direction of the fold and would be suitable for use as a background in a psychedelic puppet show or something...very cool...especially stoned)

    That's a live album, isn't it? I used to have that LP when I was 14--I loved it! Steve Howe was my favorite guitarist back then. "Siberian Khatru" on that album is a good example of how well he could play...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 01, 2006, 08:41:04 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    my own turntable, in my own bedroom, when I was just but a wee lad(holding my hand about 3 feet above the floor), before I ever went to any fucked up schools. It was a childs plastic portable turntable. Real cheap but functional and sturdy. It had a handle and I used to carry it around with me. I had a whole stack'a kids 45s I used to listen to all the time.

    Same here. I can still remember playing my dad's Beatles 45's on that thing. It was grey, black handle, speakers that attached on the sides with hinges. I eventually accumulated a lot of my own 45s, just songs that I'd hear on the radio and want to have to listen to.. "Swamp Witch" had to be one of my favorites of that stack.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 01, 2006, 08:41:37 PM
    John Lee Hooker - Live at the Café A Go-Go & Soledad Prison
    The Butthole Surfers - Independent Worm Saloon
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 02, 2006, 10:49:08 AM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    "Swamp Witch" had to be one of my favorites of that stack.


    I had that one on 45 as a kid, Jim Stafford, right?  Another 6year old RTP (I was so cute then, the horns had just sprouted.....) fave was "Convoy" by CW McCall.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 02, 2006, 12:32:47 PM
    Just listened to Coltrane again.  _A Love Supreme.  Yeah.  It's Tough.  Pursuance.  2nd time I listened to it.

    I see your Coltrane now.  So I actually went out and bought this shit brand new!!  So as I'm listenin' to it and rollin one up I'm thinkin' about the board 'n' all...

    Frod knows the 1972 Yes record I've got right here.  Recorded on the 1972 tour.  So yeah, I think it's all live.  I'll have to listen to it again as well...

    The Coltrane was cool though...Part 3_'Pursuance' got my attention in particular.  A lot of things come to mind... How things are related...how divisions are created...how one thing becomes another...the drum heads become bass strings that vibrate the air and are felt on the drum of the ear... all sound is a vibration in the air...

    I got that other Monk and Coltrane on now_At Carnegie Hall...

    You should check out the CTI Summer Jazz series.  I'm tellin' ya.  George Benson, Milt Jackson(vibraphonist from Modern Jazz Quartet), Freddie Hubbard(trumpet) and Grover Washington jr.(sax). with others.  Recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl.  Doin "Inner City Blues/What's Goin' On" by Marvin Gaye and "California Dreamin".  There are no vocals.  George Benson s guitar does the singin'...    

    I don't know...like '76 or something... 'cause 'member we were talkin' bout the difference between Coltrane and Benson an'such...I was sayin Coltrane was too spacey... but I hadn't heard _A Love Supreme yet, when I wrote that.  

    I'll see if I can get a link up for ya or somthin.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 02, 2006, 12:53:06 PM
    O F&*%.  I fail at the internet.  I can't find a good link(I'm not really tryin' that hard but I know where all this will lead).

    You have to just take it upon yourself to find CTI Summer Jazz (series), "Live One At the Hollywood Bowl" catalog #7076

    They are different styles of jazz, but both great.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 02, 2006, 10:58:59 PM
    Jade - Syrian Border EP
    AC/DC - High Voltage, 74 Jailbreak
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 02, 2006, 11:04:01 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    "Swamp Witch" had to be one of my favorites of that stack.

    I had that one on 45 as a kid, Jim Stafford, right?  Another 6year old RTP (I was so cute then, the horns had just sprouted.....) fave was "Convoy" by CW McCall.

    Yeh, that was Jim Stafford & that had to have been his best song.
    I liked Convoy a lot too back in those green years; I recall that I used to 'act out' that song with matchbox cars, etc.  ::alieneyesa::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 02, 2006, 11:18:28 PM
    Hawkwind--"Psychedelic Warlords (Disappear In Smoke)"

    The Stooges--"TV Eye" & "1970"

    Lee Hazelwood & Nancy Sinatra--"Some Velvet Morning"

    The Carrie Nations--"Find It", "Look On Up (At The Bottom)", Candyman" (from the movie Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls)

    Strawberry Alarm Clock-"Incense And Peppermints" & "Going Home" (also from the movie Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls)

    Redd Kross--"Look On Up (At The Bottom)" (cover of the Carrie Nations' song), "Peach Kelli Pop", "Love Is You", "Neurotica", "Frosted Flake"

    Swervedriver--"Never Lose That Feeling" , "Last Train To Satansville", "Duel" (early 90s 'shoegazer' band)

    Nick Lowe--"Cruel To Be Kind"

    White Stripes--"In The Cold Cold Night"

    Mooney Suzuki--"New York Girls"

    Radio Birdman--"Transmaniacon MC" (Blue Oyster Cult cover), "Do The Pop", "Anglo Girl Desire", "Hand Of Law", "I-94", "Murder City Nights", "Smith & Wesson Blues", 'Dark Surprise"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 02, 2006, 11:32:21 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""AtomicAnt""
    The soundtrack to Oh Brother Wherefore Art Thou

    .

    Big Rock Candy Mountain, written and performed by Harry McClintock,  recorded in 1928.  Easily one of the top 100 songs of the century.  I mean, seems like a shoe-in to me.

    I'm not familliar with the other stuff.


    I heard another song by Harry McClintock, "Halleluia! I'm a Bum!" on the radio a few weeks ago, it was a great old hobo song.  Ol' Harry had soul, yes he did.  Gotta love "Big Rock Candy Mountain", too; the soundtrack to that movie is incredible.  Do you know who did the song the sirens sing to the main characters, and what the song is called?  The one with the line You and me and the Devil makes three.....?  Another great one.

    I think you would like Modest Mouse, Pirate, they are amazing musicians, and witty lyricists, that album in particular has a very psychedelic vibe to it.  Good stuff.  White City is good if you're a big Townsend fan, otherwise skip it and get Empty Glass instead, or better still, get the reissue of Live At Leeds by The Who, it has about twice as many songs on it as the original release.

    PM me with your email addy and I'll send you that playlist from youtube, the one with all the German psychedlic stuff on it.

    Peace

    RTP
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 03, 2006, 10:35:24 AM
    'Ey!  RTP, what it be ??

    Yeah man, 'O Brother',...huh ?!... :lol:

    I think you are askin' 'bout "Didn't Leave Nobody But the Baby".  That's sung by Emmy Lou Harris, Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch.  Fuckin beautiful, man.

    Hn... What is that song about ... ??  Anyhow ...??  "Go to sleep little babe...You and Me and the Devil makes 3...Didn't leave nobody but the baby..."...  Better listen again. Sounds like death come an' took ever'one but the babe.  And some stranger who happened by is tryin' to settle the lonely sufferin child.  I bet that other Harry McClintock is cool too.

    Live At Leeds has been on my list for a while.  I'm not a big solo Townsend fan though.  He's alright.  The Who's bad.  Aint there a "Who Live On the Isle of..." Wight or Man or somethin' ??  That sounds good too.

    I don't really know what you mean about sending me the playlist.  I don't see how that will help, as I've already read the post.  You pro'ly think you can just send me a youtube account or something, but see, I'm workin' off this ol' beat up computer that my sis gave me a few years back.  I can't watch any videos or hear any sound.  My emotocons don't even move or nothin.  I'm barely able to post.  Sooner or later this ol' thing 'll just quit altogether.  I guess that's when I'll start hookin' up this other one I got sittin' here.  Anyway, is that what you meant ??

    Thanks anyhow.  Are you gonna go find the "Live One At the Hollywood Bowl"  ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 03, 2006, 05:45:24 PM
    I was hoping you had a youtube acct.  If you can't watch vids on your machine it wouldn't do much good though, would it?  Some cool stuff over  there, hopefully it will stay up and still be accessable when you get a faster computer.

    I'll probably go look for that Hollywood Bolw record at a record store a friend of mine owns.  He trades in vinyl and CDs, so a good browse of his stuff would be in order.  Haven't been there in a month or two, either, so I should go there this weekend.

    Yep, that was the song I was thinking of from O Brother..., thanks for the info.  I also like the version of "O Death" they used.

    I like The Who a lot, I'm a little lukewarm about Townsend solo myself, but there's some cool stuff out there. Just not as .....exciting(?) as The Who.

    rtp
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 04, 2006, 02:00:31 PM
    Led Zeppelin - "The Wanton Song"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: AtomicAnt on October 04, 2006, 07:44:53 PM
    The Joe Cocker Live CD includes:
    Feelin' Alright
    Shelter Me
    You Can Leave Your Hat On
    and a total of 15 songs

    It too listened to those kids songs that were mentioned. I have a Jerry Garcia CD called Not For Kids Only and I have a lot of Pete Seeger stuff. My kid met Pete a few times as we are members and volunteers of the environmental group he started called Clearwater. So, my kid likes his music. They sponsor a folk music festival every year.

    www.clearwater.org (http://www.clearwater.org)

    I have been listening to a CD called Phillip Hole, The Singing Grave Digger. The singer, Rick Nestler, is a friend of mine. We met through Clearwater. Google it for reviews. Our favorite song on this one is Old Woman from Wexford;

    "There was an old woman from Wexford,
       In Wexford she did dwell.
    She loved her husband dearly,
      but another man twice as well..."

    He also sings Rosin the Bow on the CD.

    Today I listened to
    No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unledded

    I haven't heard much good new stuff lately. Guess I'm getting old.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 04, 2006, 10:45:56 PM
    "Predator" soundtrack

    Alice In Chains--Dirt

    Some reggae comp with badass, crucial tracks from a lotta obscure artists, some of the highlights were Barrington Levy, Black Uhuru, Pato Banton, and Eek-A-Mouse,.

    Mr Bungle--California

    Cheap Trick--Heaven Tonight

    ....I could see that he was loving it/ Because of his expression/I told him "this is sensi/the healing of the nation/in some places doctors use it for herbal medication/and Ronald Reagan smokes it just before he talks on television/after Margaret Thatcher visits him/she brings some back to England /and distributes it equally/throughout the House of Commons/but fun and jokes aside/it gives me deep deep meditation/i fills my heart with niceness/and it gives me inspiration......I do not sniff the coke/I only smoke/Sensimilla".....

    Pato Banton, "Don't Sniff Coke"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 04, 2006, 10:49:45 PM
    Quote
    Cheap Trick--Heaven Tonight

    A good album, but their first one is even better!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 04, 2006, 10:57:33 PM
    Quote from: ""AtomicAnt""
    Joe Cocker

    Of all of the Joe Cocker stuff I've heard (and my exposure to his oeuvre is probably rather limited) I always like that song he did called "Woman to Woman". It used to be on the jukebox at the tavern (near the art institute) where I used to go all the time.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 05, 2006, 10:37:21 AM
    My favorite by Cocker is "Delta Lady", well and of course "I Get By With a Little Help From My Friends"(is that the right title ??)

    That Garcia you mentioned sounds interesting, Atomic Ant.  Is it a collection of ol' childrens songs or something ??  I'm not familliar with it.

    I like Pete Seeger, though I don't actually know a whole lot of his music.  I've seen him interviewed in documentaries about Woody Guthrie 'n' such.  I have one of his records, but don't recall what's on it.  He seems like a cool dude.

    I don't really like Cheap Trick.  "I Want You to Want Me" is just about the lamest song I ever heard, and if I'm at a bar and the band starts to play that song I just get the feeling of being disgusted.  Maybe I'm not bein' fair to Cheap Trick because I never listened to any of their other stuff, but I can't imagine they have much worth my while.

    Hey! I found some Coltrane on vinyl yesterday at the Goodwill. "The Best of John Coltrane, His Greatest Years"  It's kinda beat up, and is missing one of its 2 records, but for 50 cents it's alright and it's got "Psalm From A Love Supreme" on it.  Yeah, really diggin' the Coltrane lately.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on October 05, 2006, 12:16:47 PM
    I found a nice looking copy of Leon Redbone's Doubletime at a junk shop in WV last weekend. Forgot to pick it up on the way out. I bet my bro pulled out his old record player by now to try it out.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 05, 2006, 01:17:07 PM
    Sigur Rós - Takk...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: AtomicAnt on October 05, 2006, 11:50:01 PM
    Quote
    That Garcia you mentioned sounds interesting, Atomic Ant. Is it a collection of ol' childrens songs or something ?? I'm not familliar with it.

    David Grisman and Jerry Garcia, Not For Kids Only, 1993, Accoustic Disc.

    The disc contains folk songs "arranged and adapted" by the David and Jerry.

    1. Jenny Jenkins
    2. Freight Train
    3. A Horse Named Bill
    4. Three Men Went A-Hunting
    5. When First Unto This Country
    6. Arkansas Traveler
    7. Hopalong Peter
    8. Teddy Bear's Picnic
    9. There Ain't No Bugs on Me
    10. The Miller's Will
    11. Hot Corn, Cold Corn
    12. A Shenandoah Lullaby

    Our family favorite is number 9.

    You guys keep talking about vinyl. I bought my first LPs in 1972. I did not have a stereo, but continued buying LPs through the mid 1990s. I ended up with a CD player before a turntable. I have some amazing LPs still in their original cellophane. I have Eric Clapton's Slowhand, for example. Never opened it. In all, I have over 150 LPs.   I suppose they are worth something. I keep thinking I should get a turntable.

    The collection is very eclectic, ranging from metal to classical, jazz, exprimental stuff, just everything. My first LP, at age 12, was Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits. Remember School's Out? My second was Led Zepplin II. I collected every Zepplin LP I could as they came out including bootlegs. Some were stolen, but I still have most of them.
    Title: vinyl fever
    Post by: Anonymous on October 06, 2006, 12:20:05 AM
    Jim Carroll Band--Catholic Boy

    The Dwarves--Horror Stories (very different from their other works, they were a garage/psychedelic band at this point.  The weirdo angry punk stuff came later.  I like it all.)

    Bongwater--Too Much Sleep

    Dead Boys--Young, Loud, and Snotty

    Led Zeppelin--Presence
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 06, 2006, 12:30:46 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    I don't really like Cheap Trick.  "I Want You to Want Me" is just about the lamest song I ever heard, and if I'm at a bar and the band starts to play that song I just get the feeling of being disgusted.  Maybe I'm not bein' fair to Cheap Trick because I never listened to any of their other stuff, but I can't imagine they have much worth my while.

    That is definitely NOT their best song, particularly not that sucky version from Live at Budakhan that gets played on the radio.
    Their first album is BY FAR their best, and it KICKS ASS!

    Here's a good review of it:

    http://www.epinions.com/content_34455654020 (http://www.epinions.com/content_34455654020)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 06, 2006, 05:31:49 AM
    Pinback--Summers In Abaddon

    Tool--10,000 Days
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 06, 2006, 06:01:01 PM
    Neil Young - After The Gold Rush
    Neil Young - Tonight's The Night
    Fleetwood Mac - Bare Trees
    Fleetwood Mac - Future Games
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on October 06, 2006, 06:26:42 PM
    WDVE's very limited playlist for the hundreth time....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 06, 2006, 11:19:08 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Fleetwood Mac - Future Games


    That is a great mid-period Fleetwood Mac album.  Jeremy Spencer and Danny Kirwin do a great job of handling the guitar, this one is pre-Bob Welch, but post-Peter Green.  The title track is awesome, as is the opening cut.  I really like this album, but haven't heard it in years.  Truly underrated, as is another from around the same time, Kiln House, which has a great song on it, "Station Man", that the Grateful Dead ripped off when they wrote 'Passenger" for the album Terrapin Station.  Apparently, the Dead really liked the sound Fleetwood Mac got on that and a few subsequent pre-Lindsay Buckingham releases.  Cool stuff, and often overlooked and overshadowed by the later, Rumours lineup or the earlier Peter Green-led incarnation.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 07, 2006, 12:06:16 AM
    Quote from: ""rtp 2k3""
    The title track is awesome, as is the opening cut.  I really like this album, but haven't heard it in years.

    They're both great songs; my fav from it is "Sands of Time".
    Title: last day or so
    Post by: Anonymous on October 07, 2006, 02:35:03 PM
    Hawkwind--A Space Ritual--Live In London  "Orgone Accumulater" is fucking rockin', this is a great druggie record.

    Husker Du--"Don't Wanna Know If You're Lonely", "Makes No Sense At All, "Diane", "Terms Of Psychic Warfare", "Flip Your Wig", "Eight Miles High" (wicked cover of the Byrds)

    Monks of Doom--Deception On The Beach movie soundtrack

    Handsome Boy Modelling School, Guru, Del, Rm. Lif, and some other intelligent hip hop.

    Tosca, Plaid, and some other cool down tempo/trip hop while chilling on drugs early AM.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 07, 2006, 09:50:11 PM
    Cheap Trick- "Auf Wiedersehen" Live At Budokan 1978
    Cheap Trick - "Need Your Love" England 1979
    AC/DC - Live from Atlantic Studios
    Radiohead - The Bends
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: 001010 on October 07, 2006, 10:49:58 PM
    The Magnetic Fields

    Belle & Sebastian

    Stevie Wonder
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 08, 2006, 12:32:23 AM
    The Pixies - Surfer Rosa + B sides
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 08, 2006, 11:54:32 AM
    Ya'll 's cool as fuck, wit' me.  :skull:

    Coltrane_The Best of...His Greatest Years.(on some rough ol' vinyl, but still gettin it)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 08, 2006, 12:08:23 PM
    I was 4 in '72. I didn't start collectin' the kind a vinyl I got now til' bout 1980, when I was 12 or so.  Despite my exposure to many things, I am still raised on my mamas radio.  I remember "Blinded By the Light"(can't recall which version) from when I was just a lad sittin in the back seat of my mamas Delta 88.  We were caught in traffic on the freeway in California, surrounded by golden hills.  "Blinded By the Light" came on the radio.  This is about 1974 or so.  My mama tol' me the song was about 2 kids who took acid and laid on the side of a hill starin' into the Sun until they went blind.  I was intrigued...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 08, 2006, 10:50:17 PM
    Rachael Davis     Eighth Lit Window
                             30-Second Song
                             Sweet Water Sea
                             Walkin? Blues/Crossroads
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 08, 2006, 11:37:49 PM
    Helios Creed--The Last Laugh & Boxing The Clown

    Led Zeppelin--In Through The Out Door

    Boards of Canada, Tosca, & some other electronica while driving.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 09, 2006, 02:07:22 AM
    Opeth--"The Grand Conjuration" and a couple of others.  Metal, dude! ::rocker::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 09, 2006, 10:56:48 AM
    So I've got this song, "Listening Wind" by the Talking Heads, running through my brain when I wake up today.  It's still there.  I like, or should I say liked the Talking Heads OK, had a couple of records by them, but I haven't really listened to them all that much since breaking up with a girlfriend who was really into them.  We even went and saw David Byrne a couple of times  Anyway, after living together for a couple of years, she and I split up, and I haven't really listened to Talking Heads all that much since then, the times I have, it reminds me of her and I get really annoyed with different aspects of the music.  Maybe that's why I have such esoteric taste in music, so old girlfriends' tastes won't interfere with my listening, I don't know.  Trust me, not being able to listen to Talking Heads is a small price to pay to not put up with her.  But it does weird me out when I have them playing in my head all morning for no apparent reason.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 09, 2006, 11:50:32 AM
    This made me think of the time I moved out of an apartment where I was living with this girl because she listened to too much R.E.M...

    One day I decided I couldn't take it anymore so I called a cab, threw everything I owned in the trunk and moved into a room farther downtown. Aside from getting me away from the REM, it put me closer to work (where I had learned of the vacancy) and around someone (my roommate) who had good taste in music. Sonic Youth's "Sister" had just been released and I heard it there.

    Eventually the girl caught up with me and ended up moving in with me there for a while.

    R.E.M. has grown on me since & I occasionally like hearing them despite any associations they may have had, etc.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on October 09, 2006, 10:25:47 PM
    David Grisman ~ Wayfarin Stranger
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 09, 2006, 11:05:14 PM
    Jefferson Airplane--"The Other Side of This Life", "Eskimo Blue Day", "Third Week In The Chelsea", "Bear Melt", "The Fat Angel" (Donovan cover)

    Masers of Reality--"T.U.S.A.", "Give Me Water", "John Brown", "The Blue Garden", "Kill The King", "Looking To Get Rite"

    Queens of the Stone Age--"Regular John", "Feel Good Hit of the Summer"

    Cracker--"Low", "The Pagan Birth of Jesus(aka 'The Eyes of Mary')", "Let's Go For A Ride" , "You Could Be My Love",  "Take Me Down To The Infirmary", "This Is Cracker Soul"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on October 10, 2006, 12:00:01 AM
    Hey, rip me some Cracker, please. I want to hear what they do when they're not in Parkersburg.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 10, 2006, 12:28:01 AM
    PJ Harvey--"50' Queenie"

    Masters of Reality--J.B. Witchdance

    Jefferson Airplane--"House At Pooneil Corners", "High Flyin' Bird", "Crown Of Creation", "Martha", Embryonic Journey"


    "In loyalty to their kind/They cannot tolerate our mind/In loyalty to our kind/We cannot tolerate their obstruction.....--"Crown of Creation'

    The Who--"Shakin' All Over/Spoonful/Twist and Shout"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 10, 2006, 12:28:42 AM
    Quote from: ""Cassandra""
    Hey, rip me some Cracker, please. I want to hear what they do when they're not in Parkersburg.


    Did you go to the show yet?  How was it?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 10, 2006, 02:32:04 AM
    Ol' Fleetwood Mac playin' with various blues musicians; Buddy Guy, Willie Dixon, Shaky Horton, Honeyboy Edwards, Otis Span and I think that says S.P. Leary.  Title unknown. Recorded in the studio somewhere in Chicago, 1969.  I don't know much about this album.  It came to me from my cousin one day in the mail.  Enjoyed listenin' to it today though.  Very old time electric bluesy.  You wouldn't even know that anyone in the band was Fleetwood Mac.  Like unrecognizable as Fleetwood Mac.

    Old Crow Medicine Show_self-titled debut.

    O!  and on the radio today...

    Fabulous Thunderbirds[Jimmy Vaughn(Stevies Bro) on guitar]_"Aint That Tough Enough"(saw these cats once at the D.C chilli cook-off, circa '89.  That was a good time.

    Cindi Lauper_"Time After Time"

    and some Metallica on the radio too...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 10, 2006, 05:13:43 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Ol' Fleetwood Mac playin' with various blues musicians; Buddy Guy, Willie Dixon, Shaky Horton, Honeyboy Edwards, Otis Span and I think that says S.P. Leary.  Title unknown. Recorded in the studio somewhere in Chicago, 1969.  I don't know much about this album.  It came to me from my cousin one day in the mail.  Enjoyed listenin' to it today though.  Very old time electric bluesy.  You wouldn't even know that anyone in the band was Fleetwood Mac.  Like unrecognizable as Fleetwood Mac.

    .


    I think that one has been released under a couple of different titles, Vintage Years and Live In Chicago.  It's smoking, but what disappoints me is that it doesn't have a few of my favorite Peter Green-era tunes on it, like "Oh Well", "Rattlesnake Shake", "World Keeps Turning" (redone by the Linsay Buckingham-Mac as "World Turning"), "Black Magic Woman" (popularized by Santana) or "Green Manalishi (w/the Two-Pronged Crown)", which was recorded to great effect by Judas Priest.    It is a very impressive record, though, and you are right in that it sounds absolutely nothing like the Fleetwood Mac of Rumours or Tusk.  Hell, it sounds nothing like the Bob Welch-era stuff like Bare Trees and Kiln House.  It's a smoking blues-rock album in the tradition of John Mayall, and it makes an excellent soundtrack to TBPITW sessions.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 10, 2006, 09:42:29 AM
    My '69 Gretsch through the Mesa Mark IIB, Jason's SG through his Dual Rectifier and his cousin on drums. We played some old AC/DC tunes: Live Wire, Overdose, What's Next to The Moon, Down Payment Blues.. We also played "Los Angeles" by X and some of Jason's originals...Rock & Roll!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 10, 2006, 01:19:33 PM
    I salute you! Froderick! FTW... Take no prisoners. Fuck authority! Rock and Roll!  The Mighty God is a Livin Man!

    RTP, You seem to know about Fleetwood Mac.  I grew up listenin to 'em.  I always thought they were a cool band.  Easy cool.  Real down to earth-like.  Great rhythyms.  They're really a killer fantastic rhythym band.  Very subtle skills.  "World Turnin" is one of my favorites.  I will have to check out the earlier version you mentioned.  I don't know too much about all their history and all the discography an' such but their 1975 self-titled release and 1977s _Rumors have been huge influences on me personally.  Lindsey Buckingham can play a very nice guitar.  I got a Buckingham/Nicks record too.

    On Deck: Fleetwood Mac
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on October 10, 2006, 01:46:02 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""Cassandra""
    Hey, rip me some Cracker, please. I want to hear what they do when they're not in Parkersburg.

    Did you go to the show yet?  How was it?


    Yeah, weekend before last. It was pretty good. Rodrigo Y Gabriela were probably the best act. Not only are they both just amazing musicians, they have some fuckin awsome energy together. Jeff Lang is really good too. I was dissapointed in Cracker. Seems they were playing to the local culture more than I'd like. Very bluegrass, which is fine if you like it. That's what my brother's into. He's a big Greg Brown fan, he is. If I had it to do over, I might well have tried to talk my bro out of the hills entirely and done CVB in Blitzburgh instead.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 10, 2006, 02:01:17 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    I don't know too much about all their history and all the discography an' such but their 1975 self-titled release and 1977s _Rumors have been huge influences on me personally.  Lindsey Buckingham can play a very nice guitar.  I got a Buckingham/Nicks record too.

    On Deck: Fleetwood Mac

    Danny Kirwan could play nicely too... check out Future Games.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 10, 2006, 09:26:29 PM
    Most definitely!  Future Games is a great record.  I really like the Peter Green era of the band, too.  Really, they are three different bands with the same name and rythm section:  The blues rock jamming of Peter Green's era; the pre-Buckingham.Nicks era band, which included Bob Welch for two or three records, and the most well-known incarnation, the Rumours line up.  I like a good bit of all threebands, the only stuff I don't like at all is the stuff they did after Tusk, it's more formula than inspiration by that point.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 10, 2006, 11:08:09 PM
    It's hard to stay good for a long time... :roll: ... :rofl: ...trust me...I know.  Like *you need to be told.   8)  

    CTI Summer Jazz All-stars_Live One At the Hollywood Bowl(cassette tape)

    Dennis Brown_Love and Hate(quickly becoming my favorite reggae album, 5 stars!)

    Reconstruction_1979 boot

    Moody Blues and the London Symphony Orchestra_Days of Future Passed(some interesting musical juxtapositioning here)

    Zion-I_True and Livin(some righteous, jazzy cool hip hop)

    Climax Blues Band_Sense of Direction(vinyl)

    *"I want you" should be read as: "you need".  some strange computer pattern is misrepresenting the characters I typed.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 11, 2006, 04:05:29 AM
    Grateful Dead--"Scarlet Begonias-->Fire On The Mountain", "Black-Throated Wind", "Sugaree", "Candyman", "The Greatest Story Ever Told",  Tennessee Jed", "China Cat Sunflower--> I Know You, Rider"

    Led Zeppelin--"In The Evening", "South Bound Saurez", "Carouselambra", "Hot Dog"

    Judas Priest--"Exciter", "White Heat Red Hot", "Green Manalishi (w/the Two Pronged Crown)", "Beyond The Realms Of Death"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 11, 2006, 10:28:51 PM
    Duff "Rose" McKegan - "Just Not There"
    Smog - "Cold-Blooded Old Times"
    Iggy Pop - "I'm Bored"
    X - "Los Angeles"
    Johnny Cash - "Cocaine Blues"
    AC/DC - "Dog Eat Dog" (Live from Atlantic)

    Oasis - Don't Believe The Truth

    The Pixies - "Into The White"
    The Germs - "Media Blitz"
    Sonic Youth - "Dirty Boots"

    The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour (side 1)

    The Who - "Happy Jack"
    Guns & Roses - "It's So Easy"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 11, 2006, 11:20:00 PM
    Jimi Hendrix--"I Don't Live Today", "Machine Gun" . "Message To Love", "Third Stone From The Sun"

    Jethro Tull-"Song For Jeffrey"

    Thin Lizzy--"Rosalie", "Johnny The Fox"

    Motorhead--"Orgasmatron", "I'm So Bad Baby I Don't Care", "Bomber", "Killed By Death", 'Motorhead"

    The Vibrators--"I Need A Slave"

    The Stranglers--"Bring On The Nubiles", "Tank", "Nice And Sleazy"

    Led Zeppelin--"Boogie With Stu", "Black Country Woman"

    Aerosmith--"Sick As A Dog", "Nobody's Fault"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 12, 2006, 01:19:05 AM
    Quote from: ""Cassandra""
    Hey, rip me some Cracker, please. I want to hear what they do when they're not in Parkersburg.


    I'll burn you a copy of Kerosene Hat, send me your address.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 12, 2006, 06:33:53 AM
    A bunch of Miles Davis from throughout his carer, but somewhat focused on Birth Of The Cool.

    Also Iceburn Collective, an eclectic, somewhat fusion-like expiramental band.  Some stuff of theirs from the late 90s.

    Gotta get some Sonny Sharrock and show 'em how he did it.......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 12, 2006, 10:38:43 AM
    Picked up some Gov'ment Mule last night.  Their first.  Haven't made it through the whole thing yet though.  

    Also got the "Grateful Dead Movie"  I seen it before, but this DVD has a whole bunch of bonus songs not on the original VHS tape.  All the bonus material is the really headdy stuff.  Beginning with a bad-ass "Sugaree" - "...Shake it...shake it...Sugaree...just don't tell 'em that you know me..." and ending with one of my all-time favorites "Weather Report Suite"

    Last night while I was watchin' that movie I once again come to a whole new level of appreciation for Jerry Garcia.  As a blues musician and a kind-hearted man.

    Picked up Some Derick Trucks too but haven't listened to it yet.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 13, 2006, 03:02:16 PM
    The Gun Club--Fire Of Love (their best album, it's got "Sex Beat", "She's Like Heroin To Me", and "For The Love of Ivy" on it.  Awesome stuff.  Jeffrey Lee Pierce was one of the greats. RIP.

    Spacemen 3--Playing With Fire

    Libertines--Up The Bracket

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs--Fever To Tell, Show Your Bones, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs--awesome druggie band with fenmale vox.  Good stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 13, 2006, 03:10:16 PM
    Quote from: ""rtp is love""
    The Gun Club--Fire Of Love (their best album, it's got "Sex Beat", "She's Like Heroin To Me", and "For The Love of Ivy" on it.  Awesome stuff.  Jeffrey Lee Pierce was one of the greats. RIP.

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs--Fever To Tell, Show Your Bones, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs--awesome druggie band with fenmale vox.  Good stuff.

    Fire of Love is classic. Yeah yeah yeahs fever to tell is pretty good; I haven't heard the other one.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 13, 2006, 11:03:26 PM
    Oasis - Definitely Maybe
    Rolling Stones - "Star Star"
    Beastie Boys - "Sabotage"
    The Lemonheads - "Mrs. Robinson" (simon & garfunkel)
    Nirvana - "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 14, 2006, 08:04:48 AM
    Gun Club--Miami

    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club--BMRC

    David Bowie--The Man Who SOld The World

    Spacemen 3--Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Second Skin on October 14, 2006, 11:27:00 AM
    The Mission~  Tower Of Strength LIVE
    Radiohead~  Kid A
    The Muse~  Absolution
    Hole~  Celebrity Skin

    Later on , I'll be watching The Foo Fighters live in Phoenix!  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 15, 2006, 09:34:01 PM
    So how was the show?

    Been listening to more Gun Club, the roommmates like them, one of them said he can tell Frank Black is heavily influenced by them.  I can see it.  

    Also been enjoying the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, too.  A friend burned all their recordings for me, their EP and their two full length albums.  Karen O has a good voice, and I'm pretty sure these guys are into drugs.  Good pop/rock stuff.

    Also, I've been watching tons of Gong Show clips on youtube.  Gotta love Chuck Barris, Gene Gene the Dancing Machine, The Unknown Comic, J.P. Morgan (what the hell did she ever do besides be a judge on the Gong Show?) and the rest of the crew.  The Gong Show was television at it's greatest.

    Been enjoying the above with a steady supply of weed, hash oil, and other assoreted goodies.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 16, 2006, 12:20:38 AM
    AC/DC - High Voltage
    U2 - Boy
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 16, 2006, 07:16:03 PM
    Black Sabbath--Sabotage

    Turbonegro--"Sell Your Body"

    Hellacopters--"Where The Action Is", "Crimson Ballroom"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 18, 2006, 06:49:59 PM
    Climax Blues Band_Flyin The Flag(vinyl)
    Goose Creek Band_Welcome to Goose Creek(v)
    Men At Work_Business As Usual(v)
    AC/DC_'74 Jailbreak(v)
    Quicksilver_"What About Me"(v)
    Trick Daddy_"I'm A Thug"(v)
    Cal Tjader_At Grace Cathedral(v)
    Nitty Gritty Dirt Band_Dirt, Siver and Gold(v)
    Steppenwolf_Rest In Peace '67-'72(v)
    CTI Summer Jazz All-Stars_Live 1 At The Hollywood Bowl(cassette tape)
    John Coltrane_A Love Supreme(cd)
    Zion-I_True and Livin(cd)
    Dennis Brown_Love and Hate(cd)
    Reconstruction_1979 cassette boot
    String Cheese Incident
    and Yonder Mountain_ various boots on cd
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 18, 2006, 11:39:04 PM
    Quote from: ""shoot up 4 Satan""
    Black Sabbath--Sabotage

    I've only heard this one a couple times; I recall liking the song, "Megalomania" a lot...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 18, 2006, 11:41:21 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    AC/DC_'74 Jailbreak(v)

    A bandmate played some of this for me the other night... It kicks ass; that was the first time I'd ever heard it.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 18, 2006, 11:42:01 PM
    The Kinks - "I'm Not Like Everybody Else"
    Throwing Muses - Hunkpapa
    The Cocteau Twins - BBC Sessions
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 19, 2006, 12:07:09 AM
    Three Dog Night_Live at the Forum in Los Angeles, Sept 12, 1969

    (Great bandname)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 19, 2006, 01:21:41 AM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    The Kinks - "I'm Not Like Everybody Else"


     :tup:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 19, 2006, 11:27:47 PM
    Jaks - "Black Paper"
    Mick Harvey & Ed Clayton-Jones - "Pa's Traps"
    Tele:Funken - "Empire State"
    Smog - "Easily Led"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 20, 2006, 05:19:00 PM
    Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Hard Promises
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 20, 2006, 08:45:54 PM
    Commodores_Live(1977 U.S. tour)(vinyl)

    'Sup Frod.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 21, 2006, 08:46:59 AM
    mms://vserver.wvpubcast.org/radio/MS100606WilcoxWB.mp3 (http://mms://vserver.wvpubcast.org/radio/MS100606WilcoxWB.mp3)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 22, 2006, 12:52:30 PM
    Jimi Hendrix_Live at the Fillmore East

    Grateful Dead_Dicks Picks vol. 22, Kings Beach Bowl, Kings Beach Lake Tahoe, CA, Feb. 23rd and 24th, 1968

    Grand Funk Railroad_The '71 Tour

    3 Dog Night_"Heaven is in Your Mind" and "Feelin Alright"(vinyl)

    Traffic_On The Road(recorded live in Germany 1973)(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 22, 2006, 07:12:47 PM
    The Kinks greatest hits :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 22, 2006, 11:01:49 PM
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever To Tell   :smokin:  :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 23, 2006, 01:03:03 PM
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever To Tell
    Pretenders - Loose Screw
    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Lyre Of Orpheus
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 23, 2006, 03:48:50 PM
    Ekoostik Hookah!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 23, 2006, 05:28:27 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Ekoostik Hookah!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Yeah.  They're good.  Never seen 'em yet, nor got much of their stuff but too many respectable heads dig 'em.  They gotta be good.  I mean I've heard some of their stuff but not too much.  Reckon I am a little skeptical and cynical.  They aint like Moe or nothin'I hope.  I don't go in for too  much of the silliness.  I like hard driven psychedellic profound, comin'ta getcha(and I mean it) blues.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 23, 2006, 05:33:16 PM
    Honeydrippers_"I Get a Thrill", "Sea of Love", "I Got a Woman"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on October 24, 2006, 02:56:07 AM
    Led Zeppelin--How The West Was Won

    Estradasphere--Palace Of Mirrors (saw these guys a few nights ago in Jax.  Good show, very psychedelic, going from world music to death metal licks in the space of seconds, incredible light show.  Made the trip to JacksonVILE worth it.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 24, 2006, 08:51:07 AM
    Ekoostik Hookah.....oHIo grown!!!!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on October 24, 2006, 02:23:11 PM
    The Gun Club--Fire Of Love

    Black Sabbath--Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

    The Who--Who By Numbers

    Deadsy--"She Likes Big Words"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 24, 2006, 06:07:30 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP2003""
    The Gun Club--Fire Of Love

    Definitely one of the coolest albums ever made! I don't remember "Goodbye Johnny" being on the album I used to have; maybe this is just on the later releases, or it's a bonus track... ?

    The album cover that I used to have looked completely different; it had a sort of emblematic motif going on in dark yellow and maroon with little voodooish looking little 'cards' that represented each song on the back in the same colors..  

    Anyway, all the songs are great -- not one weak track on it. And there's a certain feel/theme throughout the whole thing...it's defintely what we call an 'album' in the true sense..

    1. Sex Beat    
    2. Preaching The Blues
    3. Promise Me    
    4. She's Like Heroin To Me
    5. For The Love Of Ivy        
    6. Fire Spirit        
    7. Ghost On The Highway        
    8. Jack On Fire        
    9. Black Train        
    10. Cool Drink Of Water
            
    11. Goodbye Johnny
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 24, 2006, 08:17:26 PM
    Crapple_Sociably Decieved(thanks Reagan Youth)

    I watched a cool documentary on the Doc channel called "Anarchism in America".  Righteous.  It featured a few clips of some ol'  Dead Kennedys shows and an interview with Jello Biafra.  Pretty cool.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 24, 2006, 10:51:13 PM
    Next time you're on hi-speed you should check out the youtube link in the "Grow More Pot" thread that's on the survivor forum.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 25, 2006, 12:24:30 AM
    Video of AC/DC live at the BBC. Bon Scott.
    A friend of mine playing Rites of Spring riffs on his SG.
    John Coltrane - "Village Blues (Alternate Take)"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 25, 2006, 07:59:54 PM
    Neil Young "Harvest"
    The Allman Brothers - "Rambling Man"
    Ted Nugent - "Free-for-All"
    The Beatles - "Revolution"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 26, 2006, 11:27:40 PM
    Spirit - "Soldier" (v)
    Tom Petty - "KIngs Road", "A Thing about You"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 27, 2006, 07:07:26 PM
    Bloodlet--"Learn To Fly (Descent)"

    King Crimson--"One More Red Nightmare", "Starless and Bible Black"

    Pink Floyd--"Cymbaline", "Green Is The Color", 'The Nile Song"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 28, 2006, 12:01:46 AM
    The Residents - Whatever Happened to Vileness Fats? (v)
    LA Guns- "Crystal Eyes"
    The Wallflowers - "God Says Nothing Back"
    Whirled Beat - "Back In The City"
    Sigur Rós - "Sæglópur"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 28, 2006, 12:23:51 PM
    Estradasphere--Buck Fever

    My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult--"A Daisy Chain For Satan", "Sex On Wheels", "Hit and Run Holiday"

    Grateful Dead--"Scarlet Begonias--->"Fire On The Mountain"

    Radiohead--Kid A

    Tomahawk--Mit Gas

    Masters of Reality--Sunrise on the Sufferbus
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 28, 2006, 06:24:31 PM
    The Who - "Love Reign O'er Me", "Squeezebox" (r)
    Tom Petty - "The Waiting"
    Spirit - "She Smiles", "Aren't You Glad" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 28, 2006, 08:55:09 PM
    Led Zeppelin - "THe Rain Song", "No Quarter" (v)
    Alice Cooper - "The Awakening", "Escape" (v)
    Title: cool videos by Michel Condry
    Post by: Anonymous on October 29, 2006, 01:50:18 AM
    Daft Punk--"Around the World"

    White Stripes--"The Hardest Button To Button", "Fell In Love With A Girl", "Dead Leaves and Dirty Ground"

    Bjork--"Human Nature", "The Bachelorette", "Army Of Me"

    Chemical Brothers--"Star Guitar"

    Cibo Matto--"Sugar Water"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 29, 2006, 12:50:07 PM
    PIL- "Flowers of Romance"
    Killing Joke: tension, unspeakable, butcher, complications, change, S.O. 36, primitive

    (on vinyl)
    Title: electronic music and drugs go well together
    Post by: Anonymous on October 29, 2006, 05:16:06 PM
    Chemical Brothers--"Let Forever Be" (coolest, most psychedelic video ever.

    Plaid--P-Brane

    Air--Talkie Walkie

    Stereolab--Emperor Tomato Ketchup
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 29, 2006, 05:42:39 PM
    THe Misfits - Walk Among Us
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on October 29, 2006, 08:40:45 PM
    'Sup Brain-eater.

    Whose brains do you eat anyway ???

    Free_Fire and Water(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 30, 2006, 06:24:11 AM
    A bunch of Phil Hendrie bits (radio comic, incredibly funny).

    Mr. Bungle--California

    Residents--Heaven?

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs--Show Your Bones

    Spacemen 3--Taking Drugs to Make Music to Take Drugs To
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 30, 2006, 07:42:48 PM
    Linton Kwesi Johnson, Eek-A-Mouse, Barrington Levy, and a bunch of other reggae.  Good stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 30, 2006, 08:00:31 PM
    Ocean Color Scene--"Hundred Mile High City"  RAWK!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 30, 2006, 10:51:21 PM
    M. Ward--"Four Hours In Washington"
    Title: mine is no disgrace
    Post by: Anonymous on October 31, 2006, 04:45:02 AM
    Brian Eno--Before and After Science

    Helios Creed--The Last Laugh

    Spacemen 3--Playing With Fire

    Butthole Surfers--Psychic, Powerless.....Another Man's Sac

    Clutch--Blast Tyrant

    The Melvins--The Maggot

    Jack-O-Fire--The Destruction of Squaresville
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 31, 2006, 08:41:42 AM
    Spirit-
    • "It Shall Be"
    • "She Smiles"
    • "Aren't You Glad"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 31, 2006, 09:53:09 AM
    The Buzzcocks - "Orgasm Addict"
    Tom Waits - "I don't wanna Grow Up"
    ZZ Top - "Heard It on the X"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on October 31, 2006, 10:39:37 AM
    Soul Asylum - Grave Dancers Union  ::rainbow::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on October 31, 2006, 07:04:09 PM
    Misfits - Walk Among Us

    The Specials - "Ghost Town"
    Kiss - "All The Way"
    Radiohead - "There, There"

    Rites of Spring (various)
    Title: the LORD
    Post by: 4Reagan2Youth0 on October 31, 2006, 08:37:53 PM
    Gods voice instructing me to fuck, kill and huff paint..

    Chrystal Clear is the best..  Anything with the word Crystal in the name=a good fucking time..

    hee haw :P
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on November 01, 2006, 01:14:59 PM
    Hot Buttered Rum String Band_8/25/04(includes covers of "The Thrill Is Gone", "Rockytop" and "Get Up, Stand Up")

    Zion-I_True and Livin'

    Humble Pie_Smokin(v)

    Donald Fagan_Nightfly(v)

    Allman Brothers_Enlightened Rogues(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 01, 2006, 05:51:17 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Donald Fagan_Nightfly(v)

    I remember seeing that album cover somewhere.. is it good? How does it compare with Steely Dan?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 01, 2006, 08:03:39 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Donald Fagan_Nightfly(v)
    I remember seeing that album cover somewhere.. is it good? How does it compare with Steely Dan?


    It's great, as good as any of the late-70s Steely Dan albums.  Pretty solid all the way through, you have probably heard the single "I.G.Y. " (stands for "International Geophysical Year") on the radio at some point.  Recommended and RTP-approved.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on November 01, 2006, 08:48:30 PM
    Quote from: ""rtp""
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Donald Fagan_Nightfly(v)
    I remember seeing that album cover somewhere.. is it good? How does it compare with Steely Dan?

    It's great, as good as any of the late-70s Steely Dan albums.  Pretty solid all the way through, you have probably heard the single "I.G.Y. " (stands for "International Geophysical Year") on the radio at some point.  Recommended and RTP-approved.


    rtp is right.  Bad-Ass record.  Basicsally more Steely Dan.  I only bought it yesterday at the salvation army for a buck. It will sound very familliar to you Frod.  Almost every song is a familliar guitar riff,... you know.  I listened to it yesterday and again just before i got back on line just now(so they say).  Killer score.  A steal...so to speak... I think you'd like it.

    Checked out CTI Summer Jazz All-Stars yet...?? You should.
    Title: soul mining with RTP
    Post by: Anonymous on November 02, 2006, 05:39:24 AM
    Stereolab--"Flower Called Nowhere", "Infinity Girl", "Caleidascopic Gaze", "Kybernetica Babica Pt1 &2"

    Orbital--"Are We Here?". "Attached", "Belfast", "Breaking and Entering"

    Estradasphere--"Ars Moriendi"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 02, 2006, 09:52:38 AM
    The Turtles  - "Rugs of Woods and Flowers"   ::bwahaha::  :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 02, 2006, 05:12:01 PM
    Mad Season--"Long Gone Day"

    lotsa Alice In Chains, too.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 02, 2006, 05:39:35 PM
    Stereophonics - "Movie Star (Demo)"

    The Velvet Underground - Another View
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 02, 2006, 09:46:31 PM
    Joy Division--"A Means To An End", "Shadowplay", "Atmosphere", "Dead Souls"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on November 03, 2006, 11:31:45 AM
    Mr. Bungle - "Quote Unquote"
    Frank Zappa / Captain Beefheart / The Mothers -- Bongo Fury
    Title: rtp and the kali weed
    Post by: Anonymous on November 03, 2006, 04:47:34 PM
    Desmond Dekker--"The Israelites"

    Eek-A-Mouse--"Ganja Smuggling"

    Peter Tosh--"Steppin' Razor"

    Black Uhuru--"Plastic Smile"

    btw, I hate all fucking crackheads.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 03, 2006, 06:01:07 PM
    Neil Young - Harvest

    The Yardbirds:
    • Train Kept A Rolling
    • What Do You Want
    • Mr. You're a Better Man Than I
    • Someone To Love Part Two
    • Shapes of Things
    Title: blood on the walls
    Post by: Anonymous on November 03, 2006, 10:43:53 PM
    Brian Eno--"The Fat Lady of Limbourg"

    High On Fire--"Blessed Black Wings"

    The Melvins--"Mine Is No Disgrace"
    Title: burning the midnight oil
    Post by: Anonymous on November 04, 2006, 01:16:50 AM
    Sonic Youth--"Stones", "Theresa's Sound World", "Sugar Kane", "I Love Golden Blue", "Pattern Recognition"

    Rolling Stones--"Moonlight Mile", "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'", "We Love You", "Citadel", "Child Of The Moon"

    Hot Tuna--"Sunrise Dance With The Devil", "Funky #7", "Serpent Of Dreams", "Watch The North Wind Rise", "Genesis", "Walkin' Blues", "Killing Time In THe Crystal City"



    RTP2003 recommends using marijuana daily
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 04, 2006, 06:30:36 AM
    Wall Of Voodoo--"Mexican Radio"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 04, 2006, 02:01:13 PM
    X - Wild Gift
    The Rolling Stones - Some Girls
    Charles Mingus - The Black Saint and The Sinner Lady
    The Residents Commercial Album
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 05, 2006, 11:10:00 PM
    Kiss - Hotter Than Hell
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 06, 2006, 09:56:45 AM
    The Pupils (self titled) Dischord 2002
    Title: Re: burning the midnight oil
    Post by: Anonymous on November 06, 2006, 09:59:13 AM
    Quote from: ""RTP2k+3""
    RTP2003 recommends using marijuana daily

    I'm sorry sir, would you mind reiterating that proclamation?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 06, 2006, 12:02:56 PM
    Linda & Richard Thompson - "A Heart Needs a Home"
    Richard Thompson - "Shepherd's March/Maggie Cameron"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 06, 2006, 01:43:40 PM
    Richard Thompson - "Keep Your Distance"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 06, 2006, 01:47:40 PM
    Ricky Scaggs - Bluegrass Rules
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 06, 2006, 07:57:33 PM
    Neil Young - "Oh, Lonesome Me"
    Neil Young & Crazy Horse:
    • My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
    • Powderfinger
    • Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
    Title: smoking BHO
    Post by: Anonymous on November 07, 2006, 01:06:54 AM
    Supersuckers--La Mano Cornuda

    Supersuckers--The Smoke Of Hell

    Ween--Chocolate and Cheese

    The Rolling Stones--Aftermath
    Title: Swedish garage rock gods
    Post by: Anonymous on November 07, 2006, 01:40:22 AM
    Hellacopters--"Action de Grace", "Crimson Ballroom", "Move Right Out Of Here", ""Alright Already Now", "Venus In Force", "Phantom Riot", "Fake Baby", "Such A Blast", "Ain't No Time", "Collapso Nervioso","Soulseller", "Psyched Out & Furious", "Where The Action Is"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 08, 2006, 03:44:55 PM
    Last night: Some stuff that another guitar player & I have been working on for when the drummer shows up next week.

    Today:
    Spirit - "When I Touch You" "Soldier" (v)
    AC/DC - "Back In Black"
    R.E.M. - "9-9", "West of the Fields" (v)
    Spirit - "Mr. Skin" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 08, 2006, 05:19:32 PM
    The Who - Who's Next
    FZ & The Mothers - Over-Nite Sensation
    Cream - "World of Pain"

    (on vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 08, 2006, 05:44:37 PM
    The Damned - "Looking at You" from Live Shepperton 1980
    Led Zeppelin - "Sick Again", "The Rover"

    (vinyl)
    Title: soundtrack for a gloomy day
    Post by: Anonymous on November 09, 2006, 08:14:30 PM
    Television--The Blow Up

    Blue Oyster Cult--Agents of Fortune

    Pink Floyd--Meddle

    Secret Chiefs 3--Book M

    Ween--The Mollusk

    Queens of the Stone Age--Over the Years and Through the Woods
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 10, 2006, 11:57:55 AM
    Killdozer - "Going to The Beach"
    Fred Lane - From the One that Cut You
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 10, 2006, 08:15:48 PM
    Exodus - Karma's Messenger
    Lamb of God - Redneck
    Dragonforce - Soldiers of the Wasteland
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 11, 2006, 01:40:12 AM
    G.G. Allin & The Criminal Quartet--"Son of Evil" b/w "Fuck Authority" (GG doing acoustic country backed by Killdozer)

    The Cramps--Bad Music For Bad People

    Rolling Stones--Exile On Main Street

    Pink Floyd--Ummagumma (live disc)

    Keith Richards & X-Pensive Winos--"Wicked As It Seems", "Happy", "You Don't Move Me"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 11, 2006, 10:09:12 AM
    Quote from: ""rtp2ooE""
    Pink Floyd--Ummagumma (live disc)

    Keith Richards & X-Pensive Winos--"Wicked As It Seems", "Happy", "You Don't Move Me"

    Ummagumma was recorded live?? I didn't realize that!
    Talk Is Cheap is the only album I've heard by KR & the Winos.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 11, 2006, 06:53:39 PM
    Half of Ummagumma was live (Astronomy Domine, Careful With THat Axe, Eugene & Saucerful of Secrets) was recorded live, the other two LP sides (or disc, if you have the CD) is from the studio, with a bunch of self-indulgent  pieces from each band member.

    Keef has done a couple of albums with X-Pensive Winos, including a shit-hot live one.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 11, 2006, 10:10:10 PM
    Motorhead.  Listen to lots of Motorhead.

    Rtp2003
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 11, 2006, 11:16:50 PM
    Quote from: ""fr0derik""
    Quote from: ""rtp2ooE""
    Pink Floyd--Ummagumma (live disc)

    Keith Richards & X-Pensive Winos--"Wicked As It Seems", "Happy", "You Don't Move Me"
    Ummagumma was recorded live?? I didn't realize that!
    Talk Is Cheap is the only album I've heard by KR & the Winos.


    A good one from Keith & the Winos:

    http://www.geetarz.org/reviews/stones/k ... nto-93.htm (http://www.geetarz.org/reviews/stones/keith-toronto-93.htm)

    Swinging Pig is one of the more reputable bootleggers.

    Check out the albumMain Offender for more good Keefness w/ the Winos.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 12, 2006, 05:27:58 PM
    Killdozer - "Grandma Smith Said a Curious Thing"
    Jimi Hendrix - "Voodoo Chile"

    Urge Overkill - Americruiser
    U2 - Boy
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 14, 2006, 10:16:19 AM
    Buffalo Springfield
    Keith Richards - "How I Wish"
    Stevie Wonder - "Higher Ground"
    Led Zeppelin IV (side 2)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 15, 2006, 11:40:05 PM
    Peter Tosh - Legalize It
    Boz Scaggs - Come On Home
    http://www.arcadefire.com/yope.html (http://www.arcadefire.com/yope.html)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 16, 2006, 09:47:59 AM
    The Carrie Nations--"Look On Up (At The Bottom)", "Sweet Talkin' Candy Man", "Find It", "Go With The Gentle People"

    Strawberry Alarm Clock--"Incense And Peppermints", "I'm Coming Home"

    ....from the classic Russ Meyer film Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 16, 2006, 11:19:26 PM
    AC/DC - "Whole Lotta Rosie" (live)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 17, 2006, 04:04:32 PM
    David Bowie - Aladdin Sane
    THe Rolling Stones - Between The Buttons
    Peter Tosh - "Whatcha Gonna Do"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 21, 2006, 11:05:49 PM
    AC/DC - Live from Atlantic Studios
    AC/DC - High Voltage
    The Velvet Underground - White Light / White Heat
    The Velvet Underground - "The Ocean"

    Led Zeppelin - "The Rover", "In My Time of Dying"
    The Police - "Truth Hits Everybody"
    Velvet Underground - VU
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Therion on November 22, 2006, 07:15:40 AM
    Life of Agony ~ river runs red

    Pantera ~ Castle Domination ( Donnington Bootleg~ Phil is wasted as usual but band sounds good)

    Mudvayne - LD50

    I also frequently play that Arlo Guthrie song about smuggling dope (coming into Los Angeles)

    Dead Kennedys ~ Give me convenienece or give me death.

     (More when I get back from that goddamn methadone clinic)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Therion on November 22, 2006, 07:22:46 AM
    Quote from: ""rtp2ooE""
    G.G. Allin & The Criminal Quartet--"Son of Evil" b/w "Fuck Authority" (GG doing acoustic country backed by Killdozer)

    The Cramps--Bad Music For Bad People

    Rolling Stones--Exile On Main Street

    Pink Floyd--Ummagumma (live disc)

    Keith Richards & X-Pensive Winos--"Wicked As It Seems", "Happy", "You Don't Move Me"

    edit ~ Fuck I tried to link gg allin vid off of google vid but failed
    Title: let's get high together Carmel
    Post by: Anonymous on November 22, 2006, 06:11:04 PM
    Gun Club--Fire Of Love (contains "She's Like Heroin To Me", which goes out to Carmel..........

    Beach Boys--Smiley Smile (original recording, not the Brian Wilson thing that came out last year or so)

    Bloodlet--Entheogen (orlando Evilcore, anyone?)

    Beastie Boys--Check Your Head (we cdan listen to this one while we nod out together, Carmel........I know you like them, we'll have a little party.....it'll be fun)

    Cage & RJD2, some other Aesop-related hip-hop
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on November 23, 2006, 10:07:25 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Ekoostik Hookah!!!!!!!!!!!!


    I planned to go to the show last night in Millvale but I couldn't make it.  Sorry.  I liked what you said at the memorial!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 23, 2006, 03:12:13 PM
    Patti Smith Group - Radio Ethiopia
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 24, 2006, 09:03:14 AM
    Rolling Stones--"Blood Red Wine", "Cocksucker Blues", "Child Of The Moon", "Dead Flowers", "Sister Morphine", "I JUST Want To See His Face", "Before They Make Me Run", "Moonlight Mile", "Loving Cup", "Heaven, "All Down The Line", "Dancing With Mr. D", "Respectable", "Fingerprint File", "Far Away Eyes", "Citadel", "Midnight Rambler"

    Ennio Morricone--Barbablu soundtrack

    Black Sabbath--"Basically"--->"N.I.B." (Nativity In Black, kiddo.....)
    Title: Sweden Rawks!!!
    Post by: Kurt Rejoinder on November 24, 2006, 09:56:27 AM
    Hellacopters--"Holiday Cramps", "I've Only Got The Shakes", "Geeksteak", "I Wanna Touch", "Lowdown", "Be Not Content", "16 With A Bullet", "Times Are Low", "Low Down Shaking Chills"


    I
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Member # 4113 on November 24, 2006, 01:27:34 PM
    Eric Clapton/J.J. Cale - The Road to Escondido.

                     --------------------

    Black and Blue- The songs of the rolling stones. (As sung by blues legends)

    Blues fan or Stones fan, this is a must have CD.

                     --------------------

    Peter Gabriel - Revisited.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 25, 2006, 12:13:59 PM
    Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band / Mirror Man  :rofl:  ::bandit::  :tup:
    Title: eKoostik
    Post by: Anonymous on November 25, 2006, 09:20:29 PM
    I heard "WE" missed a great show....they played Hookahville!!!!!!!I thought about going too...it's a four hour drive....I really want to go and see them for New Years in ~ Ohio....all are welcome:)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 27, 2006, 12:16:42 AM
    Motorhead--"Ace Of Spades", "Orgasmatron"

    Hot Tuna (acoustic)--"I Know You Rider", "Mann's Fate"

    Roky Erickson--"I Am", "I Have Always Been Here Before", "WHite Faces", "Creature With The Atom Brain", "Two-Headed Dog (Red Temple Prayer)", "Night Of The Vampire", "I Think Of Demons", "Don't Shake Me Lucifer", "Don't Slander Me"
    Title: Re: eKoostik
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on November 27, 2006, 11:56:19 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    I heard "WE" missed a great show....they played Hookahville!!!!!!!I thought about going too...it's a four hour drive....I really want to go and see them for New Years in ~ Ohio....all are welcome:)


    What's the venue ??...just in case I'm around...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 27, 2006, 02:28:22 PM
    Is it free admission??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on November 27, 2006, 05:22:34 PM
    Bongwater--"One So Black", "If Seen Your Face Before" (13th Floor Elevators cover), "He Loved THe Weather", "The Power Of Pussy"

    Jim Carrroll Band --Catholic Boy

    The Stranglers--"Bring On THe Nubiles", "Golden Brown", "Nice and Sleazy", "Tank"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on November 29, 2006, 01:24:17 PM
    Violent Femmes!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on November 29, 2006, 09:37:47 PM
    U2 - Pop
    Stereophonics - "Roll Up & Shine"
    Can - Future Days
    Rolling Stones - Live Sydney, Aus. 1973
    Sigur Rós - Takk...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 02, 2006, 05:20:39 PM
    Wolfmother--"Mind's Eye", "Joker and the Thief", "Tales From the Forest of the Gnome", "Woman"  (these guys are so bad that they are great.  Like Uriah Heep or something, very unself-conscious, unlike Brit fagts The Darkness, who do the retro 70s thing, but they know it, which is less appealing than Wolfmother who I believe are kind of clueless anjd just play stuff they like.

    MIles Davis--Cellar Door Session

    Boards of Canada, Plaid, AFX, and some other cool downtempo stuff.

    Bloodlet--Three Humid Nights InThe Cypress Trees (Orlando evilcore/metal band.  Good stuff)

    BLue Oyster CUlt--On Your Feet OR On Your Knees
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 03, 2006, 03:43:17 PM
    Quote from: ""S, D, & R-n-R""
    Wolfmother--"Mind's Eye", "Joker and the Thief", "Tales From the Forest of the Gnome", "Woman"  (these guys are so bad that they are great.  Like Uriah Heep or something, very unself-conscious, unlike Brit fagts The Darkness, who do the retro 70s thing, but they know it, which is less appealing than Wolfmother who I believe are kind of clueless anjd just play stuff they like.

    BLue Oyster CUlt--On Your Feet OR On Your Knees

    Yes, the "real deal" is much more appealing than some retro tongue-in-cheek bullshit.

    Great BÖC album!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 03, 2006, 07:49:13 PM
    Can - Future Days
    Velvet Revolver - "Set Me Free"
    Ozzy Osbourne - "War Pigs" (Speak of the Devil)
    Neil Young - "My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)"
    Led Zeppelin - "The Rover"
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever To Tell
    Army of Anyone - "Goodbye"
    Pink Floyd - "Have a Cigar"
    Title: smoking WEED in the early hours
    Post by: Anonymous on December 04, 2006, 04:05:15 AM
    King Crimson--"Three Of A Perfect Pair", "Easy Money", "One More Red Nightmare", "Epitaph", "Thrak", "Elephant Talk", "Indiscipline", "Starless And Bible Black"

    Grateful Dead--"Feel Like A Stranger", "Scarlet Begonias-->Fire On The Mountain", "Friend Of The Devil"

    White Stripes--"Walking With A Ghost" (Tegan & Sara cover), "Dead Leaves And Dirty Ground", "In The Cold Cold Night", "Seven Nation Army", "The Hardest Button To Button", "Hotel Yorba"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 04, 2006, 01:10:57 PM
    Oh, yeah! I forgot to put down that I listened to the Jerry Garcia Band yesterday... Live, "Almost Acoustic."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 04, 2006, 02:24:49 PM
    The lamentations of my enemies' women.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 04, 2006, 08:02:25 PM
    Alice in Chains' 'Dirt'

    Foghat  'I Just Want to Make Love to You', 'Fool for the City', 'Slow Ride', 'Stone Blue'

    America...all the good songs they ever wrote
    Title: There was nothing like a Grateful Dead concert
    Post by: Anonymous on December 05, 2006, 11:19:49 AM
    Grateful Dead--Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California, 2-17-79:  Greatest Story Ever Told, Don't Ease Me In, Mama Tried, Mexicali Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Passenger, High Time, Looks Like Rain, Jack A Roe, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication Might As Well, I Need A Miracle-> Bertha-> Good Lovin', From The Heart Of Me, Big Railroad Blues, Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> The Wheel-> Shakedown Street-> Playin' In The Band-> Sugar Magnolia, E: One More Saturday Night

    Pretty smokin' show, Jerry's really on, and Donna isn't too obnoxious.  Actually Keith and Donna's last show.

    btw, have any of you Heads heard the story that "Lazy Lightning" is about cocaine?  The lyrics seem like it could be, but like a lot of the Dead's stuff, it's kind of ambiguous.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 05, 2006, 05:28:17 PM
    Eurythmics - "I Want It Now"
    Reptile House - "Keel-Haul Love"
    The Pretenders - "The Phone Call"
    Title: music to do drugs to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 06, 2006, 05:50:01 PM
    Sun Ra--The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra

    Hot Tuna--Final Vinyl

    Flaming Lips--In A Priest-Driven Ambulance (pink vinyl special reissue)

    Husker Du--Zen Arcade

    Hank Williams--Greatest Hits, Volume III

    B-52s--The B-52s

    Misfits--Static Age

    Stooges--Raw Power


    All the above on vinyl, sweet vinyl.....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 06, 2006, 06:47:27 PM
    AC/DC - "Soul Stripper"
    Blondie - "Hanging on the Telephone"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 07, 2006, 03:14:12 PM
    Quote from: ""Milk Gargling Death Penal""
    The lamentations of my enemies' women.


    One of my favorite passages:

    At Valamo, on the distant borders of Hyrkania, the master swordsman, a Hyrkanian named Oktar, imparted his secrets to the Cimmerian.  All through the winter, the youth drilled and practiced under Oktar's direction.  By the time spring melted winter's heavy snows, Toghrul was satisfied that nothing remained to teach his champion.

    During his stay, Conan learned much about these eastern lands of which he had heard only the scantiest of rumors.  As Toghrul's most favored Pit fighter, he was often allowed to spend the evening hours in the Pitmaster's yurt, when his master entertained the warlords and chieftains who drifted into Valamo from time to time to buy and sell or to trade gossip.  Sometimes Toghrul was honored by the presence of Turanians, men of Hyrkanian stock who had drawn ahead of their nomadic fellows in the arts and sciences of civillization, and who, on the western shores of the Vilayet Sea, had reared glittering cities and learned the ways of urban life.

    Most of the time, Conan sat cross-legged and silent on the carpeted floor of his master's yurt.  But when opportunity arose, he would ply these strangers with questions about methods of organized warfare.  His questions amused the war leaders, who thought the principles of strategy and tactics of little use to a mere Pit slave, whose fate it was to fight a single adversary again and again until death overtook him.

    Yet Conan realized that the more he knew of matters such as these, the better would be his chances of survival.  He began to think ahead.  He would not, he resolved, be a Pit slave forever.  Since the world appeared to be a place of constant conflict, where the strong took whatever they had the power to take, he would learn to do likewise.

    On one occasion, after rolling up the hide map that he had spread out across the carpet, it pleased a Hyrkanian general to query those who sat late in Toghrul's yurt over cups of fine white wine.

    "What is the best thing in life?" he asked a Turanian princeling, resplendent in silken trousers and boots of scarlet leather strapped in silver.

    Gems sparkled in the lamplight as the Turanian spread his hands in a graceful gesture.  "The good life is on the open steppe, under a clear sky, with a fleet horse between your knees, a well trained falcon on your wrist, and a cold fresh wind in your hair.

    The general shook his head and smiled.  "Wrong, Highness!  What say you to this, Khitaian?"

    He shot the question at a small elderly man who had spoken little.  Conan understood that the man had come from a land called Khitai, a year's journey to the east  The small man had a wrinkled, parchment-yellow skin,stretched over a flat, slant-eyed face.  He huddled in his quilted robes, which were drawn tightly to protect his thin frame from the evenings chill.  Slowly he murmured, "I say that life is best when a man can boast a love of learning, and has aquired wisdom and an appreciation for fine poetry."

    Again the general shook his head.  Then he caught the intense gaze of Conan, who sat cross-legged on a low, circular dais in the center of the yurt, clad in a warm tunic, but chained as before.  With ill-concealed amusement, the Hyrkanian general asked, "What says the young barbarian giant in answer to my question?"

    Conan's mouth twitched in the shadow of a smile as he replied, "The best of life is to confront your enemies face to face, to see his hot blood spill upon the earth, and to hear the lamentations of his women!"

    Approval lit the dark eyes of the general.  "The Pit has not broken the spirit of your champion, O Toghrul.  Neither has it sapped his will.  Beware lest this young tiger some day turn and rend you!"

    "He wears chains so that he cannot," said Toghrul, chuckling.

    Conan said nothing more; but a strange volcanic fire smoldered briefly in his fierce blue eyes.

    -from Conan the Barbarian, by L. Sprague De Camp and Lin Carter.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 07, 2006, 03:43:04 PM
    :rofl:  :skull:

    In regard to the question about the Lazy Lightnin'.  I'm sure that song is about whatever your disease, your sickness is.  Whatever you can't resist.  Whatever you can never posses.  The thing you 're always chasin.  The thing that's a-killin ya right now.  That you're always tryin to make.  Cocaine, money, sex, social prestige.  

    The chains of the subject-object scheme.

    Well...that and whatever is in the liquid loop...that does sound like a chemical mind trip.  

    None the less, the chains of the subject-object scheme.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 08, 2006, 04:31:32 PM
    What say you...punk-ass harasser of unholy holy men ...??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 08, 2006, 05:44:14 PM
    Emerson Lake and Palmer - 'Still...You Turn Me On', 'Pirates', 'Peter Gun', 'The Hut of Baba Yaga/The Great Gates of Kiev', 'Karn Evil 9'

    Blackmore's Night (with Richie Blackmore) - 'Shadow of the Moon' album

    Judas Priest-  'Green Manalishi', 'Living After Midnight', 'Breaking the Law'.Heading Out to the Highway'.You've Got Another Thing Comin', Diamonds and Rust'. Victim of Changes'.....over and over  :D
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 08, 2006, 07:16:04 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Blackmore's Night (with Richie Blackmore) - 'Shadow of the Moon' album

    How is this? I've never heard solo Blackmore. Is it much like Deep Purple?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 08, 2006, 07:30:02 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    What say you...punk-ass harasser of unholy holy men ...??


    huh?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 08, 2006, 07:52:36 PM
    No, it's much more Renaissancish. It's good.  The woman vocalist is good, too.  It kinda sends you back into time...you feel like you're looking up at the moon and dancing with the elves in the forest.  :lol:

    Quote from: ""F13""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Blackmore's Night (with Richie Blackmore) - 'Shadow of the Moon' album
    How is this? I've never heard solo Blackmore. Is it much like Deep Purple?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on December 08, 2006, 10:44:25 PM
    CVB - Where the hell is Bill

    Damn, that is some fine prose right there, Pirate.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 09, 2006, 11:54:11 AM
    Black Sabbath_

    watched "the Story of Black Sabbath, vol. 1" last night.  You have a keen memory Red Temple Prayer.  I'm impressed that you could give such an accurate critique of this Sabbath video from memory alone!  The Sabbath Bloody Sabbath video is ridiculously hysterical and I was laughin' out loud as I recalled what you wrote about it earlier :rofl: "Rock 'n' Roll Doctor" is the only number I wasn't really impressed with.  Generally I'm real impressed with Sabbath and Ozzy in particular.  He is a force to be reckoned with.  I feel like he speaks for me, man...

    After watchin the video I had to put my Paranoid record on the turntable to satiate my appetite for more Sabbath.  

    "Electric Funeral"
    "Hand of Doom"
    "Rat Salad"
    "Fairies Wear Boots"
    "Planet Caravan"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 09, 2006, 01:31:16 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Black Sabbath_

    "Electric Funeral"
    "Hand of Doom"
    "Rat Salad"
    "Fairies Wear Boots"
    "Planet Caravan"

    Me too!! ::rocker:: :smokin:

    I've been watching that google video from 1978. Fucking great set! I don't understand how anyone who claims to like rock music doesn't like Black Sabbath. Makes no sense at all! But hey, there's no accounting for taste, I guess.. Anyway, some highpoints from this set:

    "Symptom of the Universe"
    "War Pigs"
    "Never Say Die"
    "Electric Funeral"
    "Children of The Grave" (despite Ozzy being unable to hit the notes b/c they played it in E instead of C#)
    "Paranoid"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 09, 2006, 02:10:46 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    I don't understand how anyone who claims to like rock music doesn't like Black Sabbath.


    They're one of the greatest rock 'n' roll bands of all time, led by one of the greatest frontmen ever, and Paranoid is one of the all-time greatest rock albums!  

     ::cheers::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 09, 2006, 02:13:27 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    'Green Manalishi', 'Living After Midnight', 'Breaking the Law'.Heading Out to the Highway'.You've Got Another Thing Comin', Diamonds and Rust'. Victim of Changes'.....


    Nice set of Priest too.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 09, 2006, 02:15:11 PM
    Any good pro-football games on today?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 09, 2006, 05:01:03 PM
    Since I can't seem to get any of the Black Sabbath downloads, I've had to settle for some 'Rainbow'.

    with Dio's vocals...
    'Man on the Silver Mountain',  'Catch the Rainbow', 'Starstruck', 'Stargazer', 'Kill the King', 'Long Live Rock 'N' Roll','Gates of Babylon'

    and without...
    'Since You've Been Gone', 'Jealous Lover', 'Stone Cold', 'Street of Dreams'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 09, 2006, 06:10:59 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Any good pro-football games on today?


    No, but I'l watch the Jags beat up Payton Mannign and the Colts tomarrow at 1PM EST.....go Jags!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 09, 2006, 06:42:43 PM
    listening to some cool live boots on archive.org   Heard a wicked show by the Mermen, a psychedelic instrumental surf guitar band.  Cool shit.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 09, 2006, 09:18:20 PM
    PJ Harvey - "Rid of Me"
    The Soundtrack of Our Lives - "Galaxy Gramophone"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 10, 2006, 11:52:58 AM
    some how found some memories of my own on the cable tv last night.  "The story of metal, HEAVY", on VH1.  Took me right back to my early days; those days known as the days before $tr8.  Scenes of my own history played out on the tv before me, within the context of the broader story.  Was real interested to see that they traced the beginning of metal to Black Sabbath.  Yeah.  That made me proud.  Proud as hell, man.   :rofl:   I never knew that Tommy Iommi lost 2 of his playin' hand finger tips workin' on a sheet metal cutter the day he was supposed to join the band.  I never knew he played with these home-made prosthetic finger tips!  That's why their sound is so unique!!  Man, that's fuckin' amazing!!  And hearin the whole story about the Birmingham scene.  Iron Maiden breakin onto the scene back in the late 70s.  Fuckin Bad, man.

    I feel somethin whenever I'm reminded of how my whole life was taken from me.  I remember my early days; the days before $tr8 with a certain vengence.

    Iron Maidens first album,(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 10, 2006, 05:58:45 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Was real interested to see that they traced the beginning of metal to Black Sabbath.  Yeah.  That made me proud.  Proud as hell, man.   :rofl:   I never knew that Tommy Iommi lost 2 of his playin' hand finger tips workin' on a sheet metal cutter the day he was supposed to join the band.  I never knew he played with these home-made prosthetic finger tips!  That's why their sound is so unique!!  Man, that's fuckin' amazing!!  And hearin the whole story about the Birmingham scene.

    I had heard about the thing with his fingers. It does seem to have a unique effect on his playing somehow. Then there's that song they have called "A Bit of Finger."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 10, 2006, 06:09:29 PM
    Creedence Clearwater Revival- 'Chronicle'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 10, 2006, 08:55:59 PM
    Iron Maiden_Killers

    Judas Priest_British Steel

    On deck:  Judas Priest_Screaming For Vengence
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 10, 2006, 09:31:58 PM
    The Hives - Tyrannosaurus Hives
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 10, 2006, 10:00:07 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Iron Maiden_Killers

    Judas Priest_British Steel

    On deck:  Judas Priest_Screaming For Vengence


    I can't help but feeling kinda, well, a tad bit responsible for getting you into your Priest fix there!  :lol:

    Enjoy!  :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 10, 2006, 11:12:09 PM
    Yeah, but I need that old shit you got!  Sad Wings Of Destiny, The Ripper...I used to have that old Priest on cassette tape back in the days before $tr8.  'course that was all thrown away.  I had Judas Priest recorded live at the US festival in like 82 or there abouts.  Had it on vinyl.  It was them doin Freewheel Burnin on one side and You Got Another Thing Comin on the other(I Think?).  I had alot of obscure european imports in my collection.  

    I'm goin to the flea market in OH this Saturday and I'm gonna get me all the Maiden, Priest, Sabbath, Motorhead, Dio, Metallica, or Scorps or any other old school metal on vinyl I can find.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 11, 2006, 12:24:41 AM
    Stick this one in your Winamp:

    http://207.44.200.158:80/hard.ogg (http://207.44.200.158:80/hard.ogg)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 11, 2006, 10:31:02 AM
    Quote from: ""Milk Gargling Death Penal""
    Stick this one in your Winamp:

    http://207.44.200.158:80/hard.ogg (http://207.44.200.158:80/hard.ogg)

    Wow, like how big is that file? I'm on DSL and it was taking more than 10 minutes...I gave up. Perhaps the server's busy? Frod.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 11, 2006, 11:04:25 AM
    I'm glad I didn't even try... :rofl: BTW, speakin' of files I'm still waitng for the DFAF to send me mine... :roll:

    'sup ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 11, 2006, 12:13:54 PM
    Woah, yeah, don't try to download it. It's a streaming file. Winamp 2.8, Playlist -> Add -> Add URL, put it in there.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 11, 2006, 09:44:49 PM
    A live Fugazi show from 1988 in DC.  also A live Warren Zevon show from London around the same year.  Listened to some Hank III on there, too.

    Check out archive.org and go to the live music archives.

    Some of the stuff is barely listenable, so search around.  Soundboard sources can often be flat sounding, and may need some EQing, audience sources can be good or bad depending on the equipment used, the venue and sound mix, and the skill of the bootlegger. Look around, though, there is some really good shows oin there.

    Archive.org
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 12, 2006, 02:49:12 AM
    Miles Davis live 1970, killer piece.  Didn't catch the name of it.

    Braid--"My Baby SMokes"

    Soundgarden--"Full On Kevin's Mom"

    Thin Lizzy--"Rosalie", "Johnny the Fox Meets Jimmy the WEED" (live)

    Rolling Stones--"You Can't Catch Me" (Chuck Berry cover)
    Title: internet music
    Post by: Anonymous on December 12, 2006, 07:29:38 PM
    Warren Zevon (a few tunes that rtp recommended)
    Black Sabbath - "Symptom of The Universe" (live 1978)
    Killdozer - "Man of Meat", "Pile Driver", "Parade"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 12, 2006, 10:24:10 PM
    Quote from: ""PCP2k3""
    Miles Davis live 1970, killer piece.  Didn't catch the name of it.

    Where'd you see it? That was some of his best stuff right around then.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 13, 2006, 12:51:58 PM
    Well, I aint PCP, but that was one of the crazier drugs I tried before $tr8.  We had PCP around D.C.  They called it "K.W"., for killer weed or "boat"  or "loveboat".  I loved it.  But only done it an armful of times, back in the ol' days.  I pretty much stick to the mellower stuff now.

    Iron Maiden_

    "Prowler"
    "Remember Tomorrow"
    "Running Free"
    "Phantom of the Opera"
    "Transylvania"
    "Strange World"
    "Charlotte the Harlot"
    "Iron Maiden"

    420!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 13, 2006, 08:39:51 PM
    Peter Gabriel _single of "In Your Eyes"(6:15)
    _"In Your Eyes(Special mix)"(7:14)
    _"Biko"(8:36)
    (vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 13, 2006, 09:41:54 PM
    Iron Maiden
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 13, 2006, 10:02:23 PM
    Judas Priest
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 14, 2006, 12:23:49 AM
    Judas Priest - "Breaking The Law"
    Jethro Tull - "My Sunday Feeling"; "Beggar's Farm"; "Move On Alone"; "A Song for Jeffrey"; "Round" (v)
    Captian Beefheart & The Magic Band - "Glider"
    The Urge Overkill Stull EP
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 14, 2006, 12:27:22 AM
    Yusef Lateef_The Blue Yusef Lateef(v)

    "Juba Juba"
    "Like It Is"
    "Othelia"
    "Moon Cup"
    "Back Home"
    "Get Over, Get Off and Get On"
    "6 Miles Next Door"
    "Sun Dog"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 14, 2006, 12:50:06 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Judas Priest

     :D
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 14, 2006, 08:53:53 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yusef Lateef_The Blue Yusef Lateef(v)

    Someone I did some IT work for had the last name Yuseff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on December 14, 2006, 07:28:58 PM
    The Breeders - Title TK

    I just finally picked this album up about two weeks ago, and it's fucking amazing. It is SO much better than Last Splash it's not even funny. Although, IMO, I think that Last Splash was the weakest of the three albums the Breeders have done.


    New album in 2007! Apparently a new Pixies album, too.

    Now all I need to do is locate a copy of The Amps - Pacer, and I'll be set.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 14, 2006, 07:34:54 PM
    I love The Breeders; I liked their first album a whole lot way back when. (It seems like long ago.) It had that song "Robin Flies Again" on it. I forget the name of the album... Froderik
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on December 14, 2006, 07:50:55 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    I love The Breeders; I liked their first album a whole lot way back when. (It seems like long ago.) It had that song "Robin Flies Again" on it. I forget the name of the album... Froderik


    That's the album Pod. The song you are talking about is "Opened". That's a really good song. Their cover of "Happiness is a Warm Gun" is really good, too.

    Did you know that the drummer on Pod was Slint's drummer? (He went under a pseudonym.)

    Slint, now there was another amazing band.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 14, 2006, 08:26:18 PM
    Thanks, it's all coming back to me now, just found this link stashed away:

    http://www.noaloha.com/breeders/index.php?page=17 (http://www.noaloha.com/breeders/index.php?page=17)

    No, I didn't know that. I remember Slint, pretty sure I saw them play live somewhere. I remember liking them.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on December 14, 2006, 10:33:41 PM
    I'd really like to hear their cover of "Wicked Little Town (Hedwig Version)" from the Wig in a Box tribute album. However, I loathe tribute albums, so I have no interest in purchasing it, but I would like to hear that song.


    Tonight, I'm listening to some Man or Astroman, New York Dolls, The Mono Men, and Whale. Remember Whale? Hobo Humpin' Slobo Babe. (baby we don't love ya baby we don't love ya baby yeah)

    Whale has the best song title ever from any album in the known universe. It's on their debut, "We Care", and it's called "Young, Dumb n' Full of Cum." Pretty nifty little ditty.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 15, 2006, 06:22:49 PM
    Quote from: ""try another castle""
    I'd really like to hear their cover of "Wicked Little Town (Hedwig Version)" from the Wig in a Box tribute album. However, I loathe tribute albums, so I have no interest in purchasing it, but I would like to hear that song.

    Come to think of it, I can't say that I own one tribute album...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 15, 2006, 06:23:05 PM
    Urge Overkill Stull EP
    Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band - Clear Spot
    Focus - Hocus Pocus (full EP version)
    Black Sabbath - "Orchid"
    John Fahey - "Dance of Death"; "Hawaiian Two-step"
    The Germs - "Media Blitz"
    The Kinks - "Milk Cow Blues"
    Siouxsie & The Banshees - A Kiss in The Dreamhouse
    Keith Richards & The X-pensive Winos - "999"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on December 16, 2006, 01:27:13 AM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""try another castle""
    I'd really like to hear their cover of "Wicked Little Town (Hedwig Version)" from the Wig in a Box tribute album. However, I loathe tribute albums, so I have no interest in purchasing it, but I would like to hear that song.
    Come to think of it, I can't say that I own one tribute album...


    I have one: Kiss My Ass, on red vinyl. I think that was the album that made me decide I hated tribute albums.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 16, 2006, 02:19:18 AM
    All Night Sabbath

    Black Sabbath
    The Wizard
    Wasp
    Behind the Wallof Sleep
    Bassically
    N.I.B.
    Wicked World
    A Bit of Finger
    Sleeping Village
    Warning
    Tomorrows Dream
    Faires Wear Boots
    Changes
    Sweet Leaf
    Children of the Grave
    Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
    Am I Going Insane
    Laguana Sunrise
    Snowblind
    After Forever
    Embryo
    Orchid
    Lord of this World
    Solitude
    Into the Void

    *All of the above were on vinyl, the rest on disc;

    Evil Woman
    Supernaut
    Fluff
    Sabbra Cadabra
    Symptom of the Universe
    Hole In the Sky
    Dirty Women
    Never  Say Die
    A hard Road
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: AtomicAnt on December 16, 2006, 11:34:51 PM
    Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy:

    1. The Song Remains the Same
    2. The Rain Song
    3. Over the Hills and Far Away
    4. The Crunge
    5. Dancing Days
    6. D'Yer Mak'er
    7. No Quarter
    8. The Ocean

    This is probably the third album (yes vinyl) that I ever purchased. It came out in '73 and I was 12. I was playing it on my portable record player (GE Wildcat) when my Dad walked in.

    Dad: Are you sure that is at the right speed?

    Me: I think so. It sounds okay to me.

    Dad looks over the speed settings (33, 45, 78) and sees it is at 33.

    Dad: Okay, I guess if you like it...

    He leaves my room.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 17, 2006, 10:35:21 PM
    Quote from: ""AtomicAnt""
    Dad: Are you sure that is at the right speed?

    Me: I think so. It sounds okay to me.

    That's funny; I can see how someone might wonder with Led Zeppelin, especially given some of Plant's caterwauling on that album! :D

    Great album though, don't get me wrong.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 17, 2006, 10:39:37 PM
    Some wonderful classical music on the radio.

    Jimi Hendrix - "Little Drummer Boy/Silent Night/Auld Lang Syne" (also on the radio)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on December 17, 2006, 10:58:51 PM
    Hank: "Brock, what is this tape?"

    Brock: "In Through the Out Door"

    Hank: "Can we listen to it?"

    Brock: "No. Zep kinda sold out on that one."



    Agent: "And for this answer, you drew a man with wings."
    Brock: "It's Icarus. What are you saying? That you don't like the Zep?"

    Go team venture.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on December 17, 2006, 11:01:35 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""AtomicAnt""
    Dad: Are you sure that is at the right speed?

    Me: I think so. It sounds okay to me.
    That's funny; I can see how someone might wonder with Led Zeppelin, especially given some of Plant's caterwauling on that album! :D

    Great album though, don't get me wrong.


    I actually had an album accidentally set on 45 one time instead of 33 for the first ever LP I got of the Mono Men. (Bent Pages.) I didn't clue in until the first listen through. Yeah, I know, I'm an idiot.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 17, 2006, 11:55:19 PM
    Judas Priest_Stained Class, side 1
    Judas Priest_Unleashed In the East
    Accept_Restless and Wild

    ...and I went to a Christmas party last night and cranked Wolfmother!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 18, 2006, 10:49:46 AM
    What's up, Pirate.. Any BÖC vinyl at that flea market?

    Rolling Stones - "Dancing With Mr. D.", "Hide Your Love" (v)
    the rolling stones - flowers (v)
    The Rolling Stones - By Their Satanic Majesty's Request
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 18, 2006, 11:40:53 AM
    Yeah, Frod.  I'm glad you asked.  

    Here's what I found:

    Blve Oyster Cvlt_Tyranny and Mutation, and Blue Oyster Cult(self titled)
    Duane and Greg Allman_self titled(old blues covers mainly)
    Greg Allman_Laid Back, The Greg Allman Tour, and Playin Up a Storm
    Little Feat_The Last Record Album
    Dio_Holy Diver*
    Lynyrd Skynyrd_Skynyrds First and Last
    Free_The Best of...
    The Radiators_Law of the Fish
    Queensryche_self titled debut*
    Accept_Restless and Wild*
    Krokus_One Vice at a Time*
    Ozzy_Blizzard of Ozz
    Dave Mason and Cass Elliot_self titled
    Blood, Sweat and Tears_Greatest Hits
    Average White Band_Warmer Communications, Shine and Cut the Cake
    The Police_Zenyatta Mondatta and Outlandos d'Amour
    The Who_Hooligans
    Pacific Gas and Electric_self titled(Never heard these guys before, but they look cool I like the name)
    George Harrison_Darkhorse
    Rolling Stones_Hot Rocks,64-71
    The Guess Who_The Best of...Live
    Arlo Guthrie_Hobo's Lullaby
    Traffic_Heavy Traffic(greatest hits)
    Krokus_Headhunter*
    Black Sabbath_Mob Rules* and Technical Ecstasy
    Judas Priest_Sin After Sin, Stained Class and Unleshed In the East
    Commodores_Anthology, Midnight Magic, Hot On the Tracks
    Grand Funk_Mark, Don and Mel,69-71
    Neil Young_Decade
    Stanley Clarke_self titled
    George Benson_Good King Bad, While the City Sleeps
    George Benson and Earl Klugh_Collaboration
    Earl Klugh_Living Inside Your Love
    Taj Mahal_Giant Step
    Saxon_Strong Arm of the Law
    Yardbirds_Greatest Hits
    Hot Tuna_self titled
    Grim Reaper_self titled*
    Oscar Peterson and Freddie Hubbard_Face to Face
    Motorhead_Live, No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith
    Jerry Garcia_Cats Under the Stars

    * indicates the recovery of a record from the days before $tr8
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 18, 2006, 02:29:59 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yeah, Frod.  I'm glad you asked.  

    Here's what I found:
    Motorhead_Live, No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith

    What a great find! -Frod
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 19, 2006, 11:37:31 AM
    Dio_Holy Diver
    Motorhead_Live, No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith
    Judas Priest_Sin After Sin
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 19, 2006, 08:24:27 PM
    The Police - Zenyatta Mondatta
    Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 20, 2006, 01:21:46 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yeah, Frod.  I'm glad you asked.  

    Here's what I found:

    Blve Oyster Cvlt_Tyranny and Mutation, and Blue Oyster Cult(self titled)
    Duane and Greg Allman_self titled(old blues covers mainly)
    Greg Allman_Laid Back, The Greg Allman Tour, and Playin Up a Storm
    Little Feat_The Last Record Album
    Dio_Holy Diver*
    Lynyrd Skynyrd_Skynyrds First and Last
    Free_The Best of...
    The Radiators_Law of the Fish
    Queensryche_self titled debut*
    Accept_Restless and Wild*
    Krokus_One Vice at a Time*
    Ozzy_Blizzard of Ozz
    Dave Mason and Cass Elliot_self titled
    Blood, Sweat and Tears_Greatest Hits
    Average White Band_Warmer Communications, Shine and Cut the Cake
    The Police_Zenyatta Mondatta and Outlandos d'Amour
    The Who_Hooligans
    Pacific Gas and Electric_self titled(Never heard these guys before, but they look cool I like the name)
    George Harrison_Darkhorse
    Rolling Stones_Hot Rocks,64-71
    The Guess Who_The Best of...Live
    Arlo Guthrie_Hobo's Lullaby
    Traffic_Heavy Traffic(greatest hits)
    Krokus_Headhunter*
    Black Sabbath_Mob Rules* and Technical Ecstasy
    Judas Priest_Sin After Sin, Stained Class and Unleshed In the East
    Commodores_Anthology, Midnight Magic, Hot On the Tracks
    Grand Funk_Mark, Don and Mel,69-71
    Neil Young_Decade
    Stanley Clarke_self titled
    George Benson_Good King Bad, While the City Sleeps
    George Benson and Earl Klugh_Collaboration
    Earl Klugh_Living Inside Your Love
    Taj Mahal_Giant Step
    Saxon_Strong Arm of the Law
    Yardbirds_Greatest Hits
    Hot Tuna_self titled
    Grim Reaper_self titled*
    Oscar Peterson and Freddie Hubbard_Face to Face
    Motorhead_Live, No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith
    Jerry Garcia_Cats Under the Stars

    * indicates the recovery of a record from the days before $tr8



    Damn, Pirate, that's a pretty good score.  You got two of the first three BOC albums, you are lacking only Secret Treaties to complete your collection of essential Cult.  THe Priest records are pretty much all you need by them, excepting only Sad Wings Of Destiny.  A nice eclectic mix.  

    Enjoy with TBPITW for best results.......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 20, 2006, 10:53:22 AM
    I've got the first three BÖC albums on vinyl...

    I found them all at the used book & record store I used to live around the corner from:

    http://normals.com (http://normals.com)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on December 21, 2006, 02:10:04 PM
    Self prescription....

    'Judas Priest'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 21, 2006, 10:50:01 PM
    Oasis - Definitely Maybe
    Urge Overkill - Saturation
    Radiohead - The Bends
    The Velvet Underground & Nico
    Tom Petty - Hard Promises
    Title: Live Supersuckers
    Post by: Anonymous on December 22, 2006, 12:45:06 AM
    Supersuckers live from Tower Records in Hollywood, CA, 1995

        http://www.archive.org/details/ssuckers1995-08-07.shfn (http://www.archive.org/details/ssuckers1995-08-07.shfn)



    It's streaming audio, so no need to download it, just click on the play button, kick back, light up a bowl of your favorite substance, and enjoy the RAWK [/b]
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 22, 2006, 11:31:55 AM
    B.O.C._The Last Days of May and Stairway to the Stars...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on December 22, 2006, 07:10:51 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yeah, Frod.  I'm glad you asked.  

    Here's what I found:

    Blve Oyster Cvlt_Tyranny and Mutation, and Blue Oyster Cult(self titled)
    Duane and Greg Allman_self titled(old blues covers mainly)
    Greg Allman_Laid Back, The Greg Allman Tour, and Playin Up a Storm...


    i wont quote the whole list again but damn, very nice booty mr pirate!
    Title: while smoking and shooting
    Post by: Anonymous on December 23, 2006, 10:14:55 PM
    Bardo Pond--"This Time (So Fucked)", "JD", "Tommygun Angel", "Test", "Night Of Frogs", "Everyman"

    Rolling Stones--"Fingerprint File", "Heaven"

    Supersuckers--"Must've Been High", "Coattail Rider", "Creepy Jackalope Eye", "How To Maximize Your Kill Count", "Born With A Tail"

    Mike Watt--"I Have Always Been Here Before" (Roky Erickson cover), "Venus" (Television cover)

    Cracker--"The Pagan Birth Of Jesus", "You Could Be My Love", "Low", "Sweet Thistle Pie", "Loser", "Take Me Down To The Infirmary", "St. Cajatan", "This Is Cracker Soul", "Get Off This"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 24, 2006, 01:29:33 PM
    The Shins - Phantom Limb
    Urge Overkill - "Sister Havana"; "Tequila Sundae"
    The Sinatra Christmas Album (v)
    Mike Watt Live at The Shelter in 2001 (thanks, rtp)
    Supersuckers Live at Tower Records (1995- thnx again, rtp)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 25, 2006, 08:10:49 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    The Police_Outlandos d'Amour


     :skull:  ::dove::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 25, 2006, 10:22:05 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    The Police_Zenyatta Mondatta
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 25, 2006, 10:35:00 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Average White Band_ Cut the Cake
    Title: Heroin for Christmas
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 12:04:31 AM
    .Supersuckers--"Coattail Rider", "How To Maximize Your Kill Count", "Hell City, Hell", "Seventeen Poles", "Money Into Sin",  "Doublewide", "Caliente", "Run Like A Motherfucker"

    James Brown (RIP)--Cold Sweat Part 1 & 2 (on vinyl)

    Misfits--Static Age (vinyl)

    Hot Tuna--"Easy Now",  "Sunrise Dance With The Devil", "Funky #7", "I Wish You Would"

    The Who--Live At Leeds
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 12:08:52 AM
    oh yeah, I almost forgot.....I've also been listening to some lying junkie bitch whine about her problems, none of which are mine........at least she brought the skag with her, it made her jive that much easier to tolerate, I could just tune her out, no problem.  Soon as the dope's gone, she's outta here......
    Title: The Soundtrack Of Our Lives
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 12:36:05 AM
    The Soundtrack Of Our Lives--".Broken Imaginary Time", "Infra Riot", "Still Aging", "The Flood". "Tonight", "Instant Repeater '99", Sister Surround", "21st Century Rip Off", "Galaxy Gramaphone", "Keep The Line Moving", "Dow Jones Syndrome", Jehova Sunrise"

    Wicked live show (FM broadcast sourse) from 2-10-2001 by these Swedish rockers.  Good stuff.


    http://www.archive.org/details/tsool2001-02-10.shnf (http://www.archive.org/details/tsool2001-02-10.shnf)
    Title: Beethoven
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 01:15:06 AM
    "Pathétique" Sonata (adagio cantibile)
    String Quartet #13 in B-flat (cavatina)
    Violin Concerto In D (larghetto)
    "Moonlight" Sonata (adagio sostenuto)
    Title: Monks Of Doom
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 08:35:23 AM
    When Camper Van Beethoven split up, the members went on to form two other bands, David Lowery starting Cracker Soul/Cracker and Victor Krummacher, Johnathan Segal, and others forming Monks Of Doom. Monks Of Doom aree my favorite of the three, they have the instrumental musicianship of CVB without the overly whimsical side, and I can see where they are often compared to King Crimson.  They can be heavier and a lil darker than CVB, and to be honest, David Lowery's vocals with CVB got annoying after a while.  I like Dracker a good bit, though, I think their country-tinged rock songs are a better vehicle for him vocally and instrumentally.  I still like CVB, but not as much as I used to and not as much as the later bands.

    Anyway, here's a link to a streaming audience recording of a Monks Of Doom show or three....

    http://www.archive.org/details/mod1998-09-17-flac16 (http://www.archive.org/details/mod1998-09-17-flac16)

     (check out the covers of "Oh Well", originally done by Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac, the same guy who wrote "Black Magic Woman" and "Green Manlishi w/ the Two-Pronged Crown" and "The Vivian Girls" by Snakefinger/The Residents)

    http://www.archive.org/details/mod1989-04-11 (http://www.archive.org/details/mod1989-04-11)

    http://www.archive.org/details/mod1992-11-14-flac (http://www.archive.org/details/mod1992-11-14-flac)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 09:02:55 AM
    ....and their cover of Pink Floyd's "Lucifer SAm"


    RTP
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 26, 2006, 11:00:03 AM
    Good God, All mighty!  It's the Pacific Gas and Electric Company.   8-)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 26, 2006, 11:41:45 AM
    Black Sabbath_"Sign of the Southern Cross",
    Stanley Clarke_self titled, side 1, "Vulcan Princess", "Yesterday Princess". "Lopsy Lu", and "Power"
    George Benson and Earl Klugh_Collaboration
    Oscar Peterson and Freddie Hubbard_Face to Face, side 1, "All Blues", "Thermo"
    Free_The Best of...

    All vinyl
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 01:00:36 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Stanley Clarke_self titled, side 1, "Vulcan Princess", "Yesterday Princess". "Lopsy Lu", and "Power"

    Great bass player; I borrowed a Stanley Clarke LP once... it was later stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 26, 2006, 08:06:45 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderick""
    Great bass player.

    yeah!

    Avg. White Band on the table now_Warmer Communications
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 27, 2006, 12:58:34 AM
    Led Zeppelin - "Your Time Is Gonna Come"
    Jethro Tull - "Christmas Song" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 28, 2006, 12:17:34 PM
    Mogwai  live at the Fillmore, SF, CA 9-22-03

    http://www.archive.org/details/mogwai2003-09-22.shnf (http://www.archive.org/details/mogwai2003-09-22.shnf)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 28, 2006, 12:41:51 PM
    The Doors - Strange Days
    Creedence Clearwater Revival- Live in Europe
    Thin Lizzy - "The Boys are Back in Town"
    Title: Take drugs and listen to WEEN
    Post by: Anonymous on December 28, 2006, 02:30:14 PM
    Ween live from Boulder, CO 12-2-05

    http://www.archive.org/details/ween2005 ... 603.flac16 (http://www.archive.org/details/ween2005-12-02mbho603.flac16)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 28, 2006, 11:17:16 PM
    Quote
    Taj Mahal_Giant Step

    Happy Kwaanza RTP !!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 29, 2006, 12:23:58 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote
    Taj Mahal_Giant Step
    Happy Kwaanza RTP !!!

    Right baxk atcha, Pirate  Kwaanza is for everyone.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 29, 2006, 12:13:54 PM
    Billy Joel - "Only The Good Die Young"
    Pink Floyd - "Empty Spaces" » "Young Lust"
    Miles Davis - On The Corner
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on December 29, 2006, 05:58:04 PM
    Danielle Dax - Dark Adapted Eye
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on December 29, 2006, 06:53:27 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Danielle Dax - Dark Adapted Eye


    oh, impressive. i have this.

    and i have a book for you email? download? pick a flavor! check yahoo you will see the book of which i speak! its FREE, like legal free! i paid for it and it's free! that's not right!  :o
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on December 29, 2006, 07:02:30 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP""
    Kwaanza is for everyone.


    that it is that it is. and such a positive celebration filled with good intentions, gotta love it considering how most of our holy days have turned into holidays and not what they originally intended to be.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 29, 2006, 07:05:05 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Danielle Dax - Dark Adapted Eye

    oh, impressive. i have this.

    This interview dates from 1996:
    http://jonathan.greer.users.btopenworld ... s/dax.html (http://jonathan.greer.users.btopenworld.com/interviews/dax.html)

    The Danielle Dax HomePage:
    http://www.vargol.demon.co.uk/Dax/dax.html (http://www.vargol.demon.co.uk/Dax/dax.html)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on December 29, 2006, 08:00:35 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    This interview dates from 1996:
    http://jonathan.greer.users.btopenworld ... s/dax.html (http://jonathan.greer.users.btopenworld.com/interviews/dax.html)

    The Danielle Dax HomePage:
    http://www.vargol.demon.co.uk/Dax/dax.html (http://www.vargol.demon.co.uk/Dax/dax.html)


    Grassy Ass!  ::bwahaha2::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 31, 2006, 09:14:08 AM
    Saturday night, drinkin an' smokin, out in Barts shed, with a fire in the stove:

    The Godz_self titled
    Accept_Restless and Wild
    Jimi Hendrix_some strange Italian import

    I took Bart to the flea market yesterday.  He bought about 90 records.  At one point he had them stacked so high they were spillin off the table.  What a scene!   :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 31, 2006, 11:16:16 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Saturday night, drinkin an' smokin, out in Barts shed, with a fire in the stove:

    The Godz_self titled
    :


    Before Straight, I would frequently smoke WEED before school at my friend Tony Papleoni's house.  He had that record, and would frequently play it during our early morning smoke sessions.  I remember one song, with the cheesy chorus "THe Godz are a rock and roll machine" or something like that.  It had a spoken part in the middle about how "Everybody's some kind of junkie, money junkies, sex junkies" etc., and "The Godz are rock and roll junkies".  I never really thought the song was that great, I always preferred Iron Maiden , BOC, Sabbath, or Judas Priest.  Tony liked them, and that was cool with me, though, we'd alternate between choosing what we were gonna listen to.  Tony was a good guy, I met him after his dad, a Navy captain, got assigned to Mayport Naval Base in Jacksonville.  

    When I copped out (hell, I'll use their word for it), or "admitted I was powerless over being there and made a decision to leave", the first time, from a motel room my dad had rented for the weekend, I made it to Jacksonville and was staying on a friend's couch.  After a couple of weeks, I felt comfortable enough to make a low-key visit to yhe old neighborhood, and to see Tony's mom.

    You see, Tony had killed himself while I was in Straight, within the first four months, I 'm really not sure when.  I never got to go to his funeral, never got to sit around with other friends and wonder why, until it had been long over and everyone else had dealt with it---I was pretty much alone in mourning my friend.

    A few years later, I met a guy who was a friend of a friend.  He lived a few blocks from Tony's place, and my parent's, and I found out from him that Tony had hung himself in the tree in his front yard.  He never knew him, and I don't know why Tony chose that place, over any other.  I just know that he is gone,  he left the show early, before the first act was even over.  No one knows why, and knowing night not even help us understand.  I just know he was a friend of mine and I miss him.

    I hadn't really thought about the Godz much, or even Tony, to be honest.  This is a strange memory, but one I'm glad I have examined.  Thanks for the post, Pirate, that was a weird synchronicity.

    RTP2oo3
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 31, 2006, 11:34:32 AM
    I knew the name of this band sounded familiar & now I remember where I heard of them. There's a chapter about The Godz in "Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung" by (legendary rock critic) Lester Bangs.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 31, 2006, 08:37:42 PM
    ::cheers:: Red Temple.  

    My favorite Who tune_Eminence Front

    ' some fuckin Bad-Ass guitar, Townsend.  Man you're fuckin layin it down.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 31, 2006, 08:47:24 PM
    Hey man, what time is it ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on December 31, 2006, 09:12:23 PM
    9:11pm on the east coast
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 31, 2006, 09:25:25 PM
    Aww, it's early yet... ...but later than ye think, says I, at that.

    Where is the mythology ??  Where is the Rabbi ??  and how 'bout a toast ??  

    ...To things that take their time.  I'm drinkin some rum mixed with some real good juice.  

    Jimi Hendrix_Red House
    Jeff Beck and the Yardbirds_Shapes of Things
    Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker and Dick Heckstal Smith_Stormy Monday Blues
    Gregg and Duane Allman_No Easy Way Down
    Rod Stewart_Just a Little Misunderstood
    Spencer Davis Group with Steve Winwood_Dimples
    Rory Gallagher_Wee Wee Baby
    Title: I've been listening to......
    Post by: Rabbi Dopeman on December 31, 2006, 10:32:34 PM
    The gurgling sounds of bong hits of TBPITW as I smoke in the new year.....Happy New Year to all you survivors and fellow sacrament-partakers!  Let's get really high all through 2007!

    Peace out, and smoke sensimmilla for mental health! ::birthday::  ::cheers::  :smokin:  :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 31, 2006, 10:39:25 PM
    Thank you Rabbi.  Can I ask you somethin ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Rabbi Dopeman on December 31, 2006, 10:46:08 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Thank you Rabbi.  Can I ask you somethin ??



     of course......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 31, 2006, 10:57:40 PM
    Where do you go when you pray ??  I mean are you in the dope then or what ??  Sometimes I feel like Marijuana is a key of some kind, or an answer to some riddle...where is the Red Temple.  Is it in the night of the moonlit desert...will there be ganja there...???  Perhaps I have been there.  Sometimes I find that I may already have the knowledge but the word confuses me.  These chains fall to rust in front of me.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on December 31, 2006, 11:13:50 PM
    Delaney & Bonnie and Friends On Tour With Eric Clapton
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Rabbi Dopeman on December 31, 2006, 11:46:03 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Where do you go when you pray ??  I mean are you in the dope then or what ??  Sometimes I feel like Marijuana is a key of some kind, or an answer to some riddle...where is the Red Temple.  Is it in the night of the moonlit desert...will there be ganja there...???  Perhaps I have been there.  Sometimes I find that I may already have the knowledge but the word confuses me.  These chains fall to rust in front of me.


    Hmmm.....where to begin?  When I pray/meditate, I am usually seeking a state of pure being and consciousness, a mystical union with the All, a state where the subject and object of the meditation are One.  Other times I go to a bar on the Astral Plane, depends on who's working the bar that night.

    Marijuana, and other sacraments,  can be used as a key to reach hightened states of being, and are useful adjuncts to meditation, superior in and of themselves to many forms of prayer or meditation.  THat's right, smoking a joint is more effective than some, if not most, forms of meditation practiced by people today.  It is that powerful of a sacrament.

    The Red Temple is a mental construuct, a "prop" if you will in the Cosmic Drama that is continually unfolding.  It has often been described as being in the desert on a moonlit night, but otherse have sworn it was beneath the sea, surrounded by the ruins of Atlantis (the Red Temple itself being left intact).  There is always ganja there.

    Many entities find their way there through astral projection, others have been known to hitchhike, some experience a temporal fugue, and wake up there, unaware of how they got there, or even that they had left on a journey to find it.

    Knowledge is not only a confusing word, but a potentially confusing concept.  As Don Juan taught, Fear, Clarity, and Power are three of the Enemies of Knowledge.  Clartiy can be ruthless, often enticing one to believe that he has seen the Truth in all of its myriad forms, captured in the snapshot of the moment of his samdhi experience, believing that to be the Truth and the ONLY Truth---failing to recognize that all is in flux, the world is like a house on fire, as ol' Siddhartha said.  By becoming too attached to our own notions of what is Truth, and seeing it as self-evisdent, so obvious that it seems ridiculous that we could ever have missed it, we often are trapped into a delusion, the false belief that having seen things clearly, as they Are,  that the frozen snapshot that our mind takes of the experience has crystalized and solidified permanently.  This is not the case, and is akin to looking at a roadmap from one hundred years ago for a journey we are planning on taking today.  Change is constant, and the Universe is always moving, transforming, and rearranging itself.  Seeing the Universe as a PROCESS, rather than a THING, has been useful to me.  

    All this metaphysics makes me hungry----for WEED.  I believe I will transcend with a lil help from my friend, TBPITW.  Happy New Year, Pirate, and I hope I answered your question sufficiently.  If not, let me know.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 12:10:28 AM
    Thanks Rabbi.  Yes, you have answered my question quite well.  

    Happy New Year!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 12:12:13 AM
    Stevie Wonder
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 01, 2007, 09:04:54 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Stevie Wonder




    What does Stevie wonder about?  :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 04:38:31 PM
    ...just a minute while I stitch my side... :roll:  :lol: ...

    Robert Palmer_Some People Can Do What They Like and Double Fun

    These 2 records are good enough, but fall short of his earlier work, Sneakin Sally Through the Alley.  They are still worth havin, because they are intelligent and subtle and funky.  Dig the horns.  Robert Palmer must 'a' spent some time on the Little Feat scene.  I notice he covers a couple of their tunes on a couple of his records.  They're an obvious influence on him.  Some of the guys from Little Feat even appear on Palmers cover of their song "Spanish Moon", which is on Some People Can Do What They Like.  I like his early stuff.  Sneakin Sally is a killer, solid blend of blues/rock/funk all the way through and features another Little Feat cover, "Sailin Shoes" as part of the Sneakin Sally medley.  Palmer and Little Feat are both underrated.  Some of the kids that come around can't even believe it when I put Sneakin Sally on.  Then when I tell 'em it's Robert Palmer they are blown away again, assuming they know him by his later work, "Simply Irresistable" and that other song I can't remember right now.  

    On the 2nd side of Double Fun he does a real cool, slow version of the Kinks "You Really Got Me".
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 01, 2007, 05:16:16 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    .. Little Feat are....... underrated.  .


    I really like Little Feat a lot.  Here's a link to a bunch of live shows by them.  A lot of them are in a strreaming audio format, so you don't need to download them.  Check it out, there's some good shit listed there.




    http://www.archive.org/search.php?query ... %20Feat%22 (http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=collection%3Aetree%20AND%20%2Fmetadata%2Fcreator%3A%22Little%20Feat%22)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 07:09:17 PM
    University of Michigan Wolverine marching band doin Stairway to Heaven at halftime of the Rose Bowl.  Nice.  Too bad the network cut away so soon.  They were soundin pretty good.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 01, 2007, 08:02:58 PM
    Lowell George is fuckin' great!

    Yeah, Little Feat.. I've got Sailin' Shoes and The Last Record Album.. both are good albums.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 01, 2007, 08:04:10 PM
    The Black Crowes - The Southern Harmony & Musical Companion
    The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (v- side 2)
    Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak (v)
    Belly - Star
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 09:23:12 PM
    Not into Robert Palmer though ??  Ya know Sneakin Sally ??  Just wonderin.  I'd be surprised if ya didn't like that record.

    Woodstock 2(v):

    Jimi Hendrix_Jam Back At the House, Izabella and Get My Heart Back Together

    Jefferson Airplane_Saturday Afternoon/Won't You Try and Eskimo Blue Day

    The Butterfield Blues Band_Everything's Gonna be Alright

    Joan Baez_Sweet Sir Galahad

    CSN_Guinnevere, 4+20(one of my personal all time favorite songs) and Marakesh Express

    Melanie_My Beautiful People and Birthday of the Sun

    Mountain_Blood of the Sun and Theme For an Imaginary Western

    Canned Heat_Woodstock Boogie
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 09:53:45 PM
    from Rainbow's live album, "On Stage"(v):

    "Kill the King"
    "Man On the Silver Mountain"
    "Blues"
    "Starstruck"
    "Catch the Rainbow"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 10:17:26 PM
    Lou Reed_Rock N Roll Animal(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 01, 2007, 10:40:07 PM
    Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2
    Red Rain - Peter Gabriel
    Champagne Supernova - Oasis
    Narcolepsy - 3eb
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 01, 2007, 10:41:14 PM
    oh and
    Every Little Thing She Does is Magic - Police
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 11:05:23 PM
    Quote from: ""if ya have to ask""
    Every Little Thing She Does is Magic - Police


    Nice selection, a song that aptly describes the condition of man.

    Grand Funk_Phoenix(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 01, 2007, 11:11:10 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Not into Robert Palmer though ??  Ya know Sneakin Sally ??  Just wonderin.  I'd be surprised if ya didn't like that record.

    Oh hell yes.. I like the song, but I don't know the rest of the album.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 01, 2007, 11:24:44 PM
    Well, in that case Froderick, I highly recomend it.  The whole album aint as jumpy as the Sneakin Sally medley, it slows down some, but it is a very good record.

    Robin Trower _Bridge of Sighs
    Title: CC - Recovering the Satellites
    Post by: webdiva on January 02, 2007, 01:14:41 AM
    Recovering The Satellites... by Counting Crows

    Probably my favorite (although was a sleeper album should ahve been much bigger) Counting Crows Album.  Check it out if ya havent heard it.

     :o
    Title: Frankie Beverly & Maze
    Post by: webdiva on January 02, 2007, 01:35:27 AM
    Album: Singles by Frankie Beverly & Maze

    For those who know i needn't say a word, if ya don't you're  missin out.  ::hehehmm::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 02, 2007, 01:39:35 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""if ya have to ask""
    Every Little Thing She Does is Magic - Police

    Nice selection, a song that aptly describes the condition of man.

    Grand Funk_Phoenix(v)


    Ah is that why us women like it so much? :)  LOL yeah i didn't realize i wasnt logged in but is a nice song indeed. Course ever since my first 8-track I've been a police fan lol.  

    Grand funk I have not heard much of their stuff in a long time. I really need to get me a turn table!
    Title: cha cha cha
    Post by: webdiva on January 02, 2007, 07:25:32 PM
    Fields of Gold: The Best of Sting 84-94
    Current song: Englishman in New York
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 02, 2007, 09:43:03 PM
    Husker Du--Zen Arcade

    This is my favorite album by them, it's a fucking masterpiece.  A lot of their fans like New Day Rising better than Zen Arcade, but they are mistaken in their assessment.  Don't get me wrong, New Day Rising is a great record, as are Flip Your Wig and Metal Circus, but none of them quite reach the genius-inspired heights of Zen Arcade.  Considered by many to be their "psychedelic" album, it is brilliant in it's themes of isolation, alienation, lack of emotional support from family, friends or significant others, and the gritty determination to maintain one's core individuality through it all.  It's not a whiny, wimpy record by any means, it's a rockin', kick ass affaIr, driven by rivetting instrumental precision. Husker Du outrocks any metal band of their time, and expresses heartfelt emotion without slipping into sappiness or wussiness, and displays an intelligence and cynicism that is tempered by hope, and faith in themselves and their powers to create,  if only while the music is playing, a better world for themselves and their listeners.  Husker Du is one of the often overlooked treasurres of AMerican music, they deserve all the praise that can be meted out to them.  This record proves it.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 02, 2007, 10:19:48 PM
    Is that the one with their cover of "Eight Miles High" on it? I bought that 45 while I was in str8.
    Title: dub
    Post by: webdiva on January 02, 2007, 11:00:57 PM
    Dub Side of the Moon by the Easy Star All Stars...

    yes it would be a reggae version of Dark Side of the Moon, and it's damn good.

    now hush up ya blood clot, sit back, smoke ya spliff and enjoy da tunes!
    Title: Re: dub
    Post by: Ganja on January 02, 2007, 11:21:39 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    yes it would be a reggae version of Dark Side of the Moon, and it's damn good.

     ::nod::  ::hatter::  ::rainbow::  ::alieneyesa::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 03, 2007, 02:06:55 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Is that the one with their cover of "Eight Miles High" on it? I bought that 45 while I was in str8.


    No, it's a double album with a picture of them walking in a junkyard by piles of junked cars.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 03, 2007, 05:42:26 AM
    Alien Sex Fiend--The Impossible Mission

     "as fast, mobile, and efficient as any police force in the world...."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 03, 2007, 01:16:38 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Is that the one with their cover of "Eight Miles High" on it? I bought that 45 while I was in str8.

    No, it's a double album with a picture of them walking in a junkyard by piles of junked cars.

    I'm not sure if I've heard it... Were there any "hits" on it?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 03, 2007, 01:18:59 PM
    Rod Stewart - "True Blue" (v)
    The Who - "Won't Get Fooled Again"; "Love Reign O'er Me"
    The Beatles - "Revolution"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 03, 2007, 02:38:57 PM
    Quote from: ""Baltimoron""
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Is that the one with their cover of "Eight Miles High" on it? I bought that 45 while I was in str8.

    No, it's a double album with a picture of them walking in a junkyard by piles of junked cars.
    I'm not sure if I've heard it... Were there any "hits" on it?


    "Never Talking To You Again" was also on the SST Records "Unplugged" (they called it thyat before MTV did) sampler, but that song is not indicative of the rest of the album, which is much harder/heavier.  A great record by a great band.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 03, 2007, 04:19:59 PM
    The Misfits- Sessions and Outakes

    Danzig- Danzig II Lucifuge
    Title: rainy day with narcotics
    Post by: Anonymous on January 03, 2007, 06:26:56 PM
    Television--Adventure

    Pere Ubu--The Terminal Tower

    Chrome--Alien Soundtracks

    Miles Davis--Bitches Brew
    Title: Re: rainy day with narcotics
    Post by: Anonymous on January 03, 2007, 07:29:19 PM
    Quote from: ""rtp christ""
    Pere Ubu--The Terminal Tower

    Chrome--Alien Soundtracks

    Miles Davis--Bitches Brew

    Three albums that fall into what I could call the "good old weird music that I love" category. (I haven't heard that Television album, only Marquee Moon.)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 05, 2007, 01:20:04 AM
    Medieval-"Medieval"

    Black Sabbath--"N>I.B.", "After Forever",

    Hot Tuna--"Sleep Song", "Genesis", "Corners Without Exits", "Sunrise Dance With The Devil"

    Bedemon-"Drive Me To The Grave", "Child of Darkness II"

    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club-"Howl"

    Bang-"The Queen"

    Hawkwind-"Damnation Alley", "Master of the Universe"

    The Fall-"Totally Wired"

    Chrome--"You've Been Duplicated", "Perfumed Metal", "TV  As Eyes"

    Pentagram--"Sign Of The Wolf"


    www.pandora.com (http://www.pandora.com)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 05, 2007, 07:50:33 PM
    I think I heard something by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club on the radio once.

    Quote
    Chrome--"You've Been Duplicated"

    Great song, and the tape I had it on snapped years ago...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 05, 2007, 07:59:42 PM
    Black Sabbath - Sabotage
    Urge Overkill - Saturation
    Title: ow
    Post by: webdiva on January 05, 2007, 09:12:14 PM
    REALLY FUCKING LOUD SIRENS that are continually passing by my window attached to some kind of Fire Truck?!  geez!  the nerve! lol  :flame:  :evil:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 05, 2007, 09:14:53 PM
    Quote from: ""rtPandora""
    www.pandora.com


    pandora is for sissys! lol haha ;) *inside joke, move along*
    Title: Re: ow
    Post by: Valhalla on January 05, 2007, 09:52:18 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    REALLY FUCKING LOUD SIRENS that are continually passing by my window attached to some kind of Fire Truck?!  geez!  the nerve! lol  :flame:  :evil:


     :lol: I usually get the ones attatched to the police vehicles.  Yeah, they are annoying and all!  Kinda disturbs my 'space'...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 05, 2007, 09:59:59 PM
    Whitesnake (it wasn't my choice)  :-?  But then David Coverdale stilll does look kinda good at 50 somethin'...  :lol:

    Alice Cooper-  Poison
    Sex Pistols- God Save the Queen
    Bad Co.- Wishing Well
    Def Leppard- Animal
    Billy Idol- White Wedding  :roll:  :lol: Hey! Don't laugh!  It's a part of the times!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 05, 2007, 10:05:13 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Whitesnake (it wasn't my choice)  :-?  But then David Coverdale stilll does look kinda good at 50 somethin'...  :lol:

    Billy Idol- White Wedding  :roll:  :lol: Hey! Don't laugh!  It's a part of the times!


    Dude Billy Idol Rocks! Rebel Yell! he sang a song about my favorite rollercoaster. LOL if you've evern been to Kings Dominion you'd know. heh

    and we get them on cop cars too but this is san diego i guess there are more fires then there are crimes, that and a lot of cops ride around in shorts on bikes.. yes the kind you pedal. lol :) no sirens attached thank god.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 05, 2007, 10:18:18 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Whitesnake (it wasn't my choice)  :-?  But then David Coverdale stilll does look kinda good at 50 somethin'...  :lol:

    Billy Idol- White Wedding  :roll:  :lol: Hey! Don't laugh!  It's a part of the times!

    Dude Billy Idol Rocks! Rebel Yell! he sang a song about my favorite rollercoaster. LOL if you've evern been to Kings Dominion you'd know. heh

    and we get them on cop cars too but this is san diego i guess there are more fires then there are crimes, that and a lot of cops ride around in shorts on bikes.. yes the kind you pedal. lol :) no sirens attached thank god.


    Yes!  I rode the Rebel Yell!! OVER AND OVER!  :lol:

    More crimes here than fires... *sigh*  

    But you've gotta agree that David Coverdale looked hot way back when!  :lol: Not necessarily now...but way back in the day.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 05, 2007, 10:24:24 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""

    Yes!  I rode the Rebel Yell!! OVER AND OVER!  :lol:

    More crimes here than fires... *sigh*  

    But you've gotta agree that David Coverdale looked hot way back when!  :lol: Not necessarily now...but way back in the day.


    hahah so did i i loved it and you could ride the BACKWARDS or the FORWARD version remember? fuck i loved sitting in the back  of the forward one, when you go over that big hill what a rush! *look ma no hands* lol i swear i always thought i'd somehow come flying out of my seat lol

    where is here? va area? if so yeah i used to live in md right on the dc border, that was action packed. a neighbor got stabbed when we moved in and another neighbor  got shot the day we moved out.  good ole Oxon Hill Maryland.
    Title: drugs saved my life today
    Post by: Anonymous on January 06, 2007, 03:30:20 AM
    Pink Floyd--Meddle :smokin:

    Husker Du--half of Zen Arcade and Flip Your Wig in it's entirety (on vinyl) :smokin:

    Blue Oyster Cult--"Veteran Of The Psychic Wars", "Tenderloin",  :smokin: "Career OF Evil", "Harvester Of Eyes", "Hot Rails To Hell",  :skull: "Cagey Cretins", "Screams", "Transmaniacon MC"

    Iron Maiden--"Running Free", "Charlotte The Harlot", "Iron Maiden", "The Ides Of March", :smokin:  "Wrathchild", "Murders In The Rue Morgue", "Sanctuary", "ANother Life", "Purgatory", "Innocent Exile" ::rocker::

    Atomic Rooster--"Friday The Thirteenth", "Death Walks Behind You", :skull:  "Seven Lonely Streets" :smokin:
    Title: Re: drugs saved my life today
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 06, 2007, 01:01:00 PM
    Quote from: ""Delta-9 RTP""

    Iron Maiden--"Running Free", "Charlotte The Harlot", "Iron Maiden", "The Ides Of March", :smokin:  "Wrathchild", "Murders In The Rue Morgue", "Sanctuary", "ANother Life", "Purgatory", "Innocent Exile" ::rocker::



    Now yer gettin-it.  :skull:  ::drummer::  ::rocker::

    Prowler
    Remember Tomorrow(love this one)
    Runnin Free
    Phantom of the Opera
    Transylvania
    Strange World
    Charlotte the Harlot
    Iron Maiden
    (vinyl)

    Praise Jah.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 06, 2007, 03:52:13 PM
    Thanks for the Pandora tip, RTP!  :D

    I put in Alice in Chains and here's what I got....

    lots of AIC  :lol:
    Disturbed- 'Prayer'
    Default- 'Sick and Tired'
    Trivium- 'And Sadness Will Sear'
    Seether- 'Remedy'
    Trust Company- 'Downfall'

    ...and it's still comin' up with good tunes!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 06, 2007, 04:02:54 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""

    good ole Oxon Hill Maryland.


    Nothin' good ever goes on in Oxon Hill, except maybe the petting farm...  :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 06, 2007, 04:09:58 PM
    A heavy petting farm?  :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 06, 2007, 04:15:45 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    A heavy petting farm?  :lol:


    Yeah!  Now wouldn't that be something!  :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 06, 2007, 05:55:08 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    ... the tape I had it on snapped years ago...


    Yeah.  Once I loaned my only Reconstruction boot to a friend, who lost it.  I spent the next several years after that without any Reconstruction.  Reconstruction boots are pretty hard to come by.  Anyway I had the word out to all the heads I knew(of course I didn't have access to the internet back then) that I needed some Reconstruction.  Finally a kid I barely knew ran into me at the bar and handed me a Reconstruction bootleg on cassette.  Well wouldn't you know it ??  Shortly there after I loaned the tape to my ol' girlfriend who returned it to me with the tape snapped.  She felt pretty bad about it.  She knew what the tape meant to me.  Well I just couldn't throw it away so I just kinda let it lay around for a few years, knowing that the music was still on the tape, hoping I could somehow bring it back from the grave.  One day I was looking at the cassette and I noticed the tiny screws at the corners of the cassette.  So I drank one down for courage and began to operate.  

    I took the cassette apart, and carefully cut the mangled part of the tape out and discarded it(only about 3 inches of tape).  I super-glued the 2 ends back together and then put the screws baack in and to my delight it worked!  I've since burned that tape onto disc.  

    So, ya know you can super-glue that.   :lol:  

    here's to ya Frod.   ::hatter::  ::cheers::

    I'm drinkin Jamaican rum mixed with a blend of organic juices...

    Rock 'n' Roll...Fuck $tr8!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 06, 2007, 08:59:27 PM
    Thanks for the suggestion; I performed that splicing surgery on a few cassettes before....

    Unfortunately, I no longer have that old Chrome tape...anyway..

    Cheers, Pirate!   ::alieneyesa::  ::cheers::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 06, 2007, 09:02:06 PM
    Black Sabbath - Sabotage
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 06, 2007, 09:56:26 PM
    Right on.   ::cheers::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 06, 2007, 10:15:05 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Thanks for the Pandora tip, RTP!  :D
    !


    isnt it great, ive discovered some new music that way, what a concept I thought I'd heard it all! LOL not.. :)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 06, 2007, 10:16:53 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Nothin' good ever goes on in Oxon Hill, except maybe the petting farm...  :lol:


    LOL see that's a misconception i know what you mean but it bordered on DC nothing FARM about that area hahah no heavy petting really went on that i saw either people were too busy duckin bullets! I was glad to move! :)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 06, 2007, 10:17:50 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    A heavy petting farm?  :lol:


    Thanks I literally laughed out loud! LOL
    Title: random
    Post by: webdiva on January 07, 2007, 11:36:27 AM
    just got a random selection playing

    back in black - ac/dc

    take it easy - eagles

    feel like makin' love - bad company

    low rider - war

            and last but not least for now, my personal fav (bro loved this one too)
    magic carpet ride - steppenwolf

    that'll get ya going in the morning lol
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 12:57:55 PM
    Motorhead_No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith

    It's the German in me that makes me so thorough.

    I like it better this time. Still not to sure about these guys though.  I'm not into too much punk music for the same reason I aint too into Motorhead.  Although I am into the social philosophy.  Motorhead and punk appeals more to my spirit than my senses.  Institutions of Authority are built on the insecurities of the fearful and are intended to disempower those whose constitutions don't require such illusions.

    I dunno, Motorhead's alright.  What is Lemmy sayin though ??  

    "No Class" cracks me up..."No Class!!...no class!!..."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 07, 2007, 01:26:15 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Motorhead_No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith

    It's the German in me that makes me so thorough.

    I like it better this time. Still not to sure about these guys though.  I'm not into too much punk music for the same reason I aint too into Motorhead.  Although I am into the social philosophy.  Motorhead and punk appeals more to my spirit than my senses.  Institutions of Authority are built on the insecurities of the fearful and are intended to disempower those whose constitutions don't require such illusions.

    Yeah, I hear ya, a healthy dose now and then...

    But I love that album! What a fucking great live album that is!
    It had the energy that got me through a slimy night of working drunk in the kitchen. Good times!

    It's not as good as say, AC/DC Live at Atlantic, but pretty damned good... Speaking of live albums, check out Creedence Live In Europe!

    Have you ever heard to the 1st Bad Brains album? It was released sometime around 1980. I'll bet you would dig that... Punk Rastas!
    Title: more
    Post by: webdiva on January 07, 2007, 01:33:36 PM
    more randomness from this morning.. damn i havent heard some of these like forever!!

    Dream On - Aerosmith

    Rock'n Me - Steve Miller Band

    Tush - ZZTop
    ( i love them saw a recent live performance by them on tv, bad ass )

    Foreplay/Long Time - Boston

    Fame -  David Bowie

    American Woman -  Guess Who?.. Come on guess!

    Black Dog - LZ

    Rocky Racoon ha - Beatles

    Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

    Bad to the Bone - George Thorogood

    (Don't Fear) The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult

    That is all for now! lol
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 01:50:31 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""

    It's the German in me that makes me so thorough.


    Try some Rammstein, Boehse Onkelz or Die Toten Hosen!

    Die Toten Hosen is maybe a bit too punk for ya, but I am sure you'll like the others!  Just ask if you need a translation!  :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 01:52:28 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Motorhead_No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith

    It's the German in me that makes me so thorough.

    I like it better this time. Still not to sure about these guys though.  I'm not into too much punk music for the same reason I aint too into Motorhead.  Although I am into the social philosophy.  Motorhead and punk appeals more to my spirit than my senses.  Institutions of Authority are built on the insecurities of the fearful and are intended to disempower those whose constitutions don't require such illusions.
    Yeah, I hear ya, a healthy dose now and then...

    But I love that album! What a fucking great live album that is!
    It had the energy that got me through a slimy night of working drunk in the kitchen. Good times!

    It's not as good as say, AC/DC Live at Atlantic, but pretty damned good... Speaking of live albums, check out Creedence Live In Europe!

    Have you ever heard to the 1st Bad Brains album? It was released sometime around 1980. I'll bet you would dig that... Punk Rastas!


    I need to hear more punk music.  I'm interested in The Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, The Kramps and Jello Biafra spoken word stuff and the like.

    The thing that I find appealing is all the intrigue.  The Mythology of Motorhead.... kinda.  I know what you mean about the energy on that album though.  Yeah, they are tearin the place down!  See, I never heard much Motorhead at all until about 3 years ago.  Today was about the 4th time I ever listened to them.

    I don't know nothin about that Bad Brains album.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 02:02:55 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""

    It's the German in me that makes me so thorough.

    Try some Rammstein, Boehse Onkelz or Die Toten Hosen!

    Die Toten Hosen is maybe a bit too punk for ya, but I am sure you'll like the others!  Just ask if you need a translation!  :lol:


    "The killer pants ??"  Or somethin ??   :(
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 07, 2007, 02:06:05 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    I need to hear more punk music.  I'm interested in The Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, The Kramps and Jello Biafra spoken word stuff and the like.


    ah i have a closet full of dead kennedys. hahah sorry just had to say that.

    i love them though, my personal favs would have to be:
    Too Drunk to Fuck
    and
    MTV get off the Air
    and
    California Uber Alles
    and
    Stars and Stripes of Corruption

    Yep those songs there about sum up my view on life at the moment hahah .  good stuff though.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 02:09:45 PM
    Ok, so WebDiva's mention of Steppenwolf got me in the mood for some good stuff from the 60's...

    Strawberry Alarm Clock- 'Sit With the Guru'
    Steppenwolf- 'The Pusher'
    The Nomads-  'Where the Wolf Bane Blooms'
    Iron Butterfly- 'Filled with Fear'
    The Kinks - 'Rats'
    The Doors- 'Wild Child' , 'Break on Through'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 07, 2007, 02:11:46 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    "The killer pants ??"  Or somethin ??   :(

    ha close!

    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Steppenwolf - The Pusher


    ah another good one!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 02:15:29 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""

    "The killer pants ??"  Or somethin ??   :(


     :lol:
    Close!  No, no...it means the dead trousers and it's an idiom for someone who is a bore!

    Come to think of it, you'd prolly like 'em.  They started off punk and have mellowed over the years.  One of the hottest bands in Germany and have been for about the past 15 years.  I saw them in concert, too!  8-)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 02:29:20 PM
    :lol:  Oh! Damn!  I almost had it!!!   :lol:

    What about the other ones ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 02:36:31 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    :lol:  Oh! Damn!  I almost had it!!!   :lol:

    What about the other ones ??


    Which other ones?  Rammstein and Boehse Onkelz?  You'll most assuredly like them!!!

    But all the text is all in German, but the music is enough!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 02:42:18 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    :lol:  Oh! Damn!  I almost had it!!!   :lol:

    What about the other ones ??

    Which other ones?  Rammstein and Boehse Onkelz?  You'll most assuredly like them!!!

    What is the translation please ??  Are they proper names ??

    Quote
    But all the text is all in German, but the music is enough!


    Dig it.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 02:45:01 PM
    Rammstein is an airbase in Germany, where there was a horrible accident with an airshow...lots of people killed.  The group sparked a major upheaval with the name.  Their music is brilliant!  Absolutely brillant!  The lyrics never really quite fit to the music, which is part of their sarcastic charm.  And the things they sing about are so ironic, strange, gruesome, you name it!  I've never heard anything remotely like it!  And don't fall for the English translated CDs...they don't translate it the way it was written.  It's basically a whole other song and meaning.

    Boehse Onkelz (Bad Uncles) are pretty much banned in Germany.  It's hard to find a music store that carries anything by them.  They are too 'right wing' in their lyrics (I don't really see it, but...whatever).  That's Germany.  The band took off to Argentina...like some of their forefathers did.  Their music is great regardless of their political, social, cultural views.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 02:51:05 PM
    Thanks Valhalla.   I think I remember when that accident happened.  Yes it all sounds so very interesting.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 02:54:13 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Thanks Valhalla.   I think I remember when that accident happened.  Yes it all sounds so very interesting.


    Always a pleasure!  I think you can prolly download it from the net...If you want, I can give some of the better songs to start out with.  Just let me know.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 02:57:25 PM
    Yeah, woman, what's the good shit ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 03:00:32 PM
    Give me a few minutes to get it together...got a ton of CDs from all of them here...  :lol:

    What are you in the mood for first?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 03:07:55 PM
    Slow down now.  I was just wonderin what the best albums and songs were of those bands you mentioned.  Other than that I wouldn't want ya ta trouble yerself.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 03:12:53 PM
    From Rammstein 'Herzeleid'...
    Wollt Ihr Das Bett In Flammen Sehen
    Weisses Fleisch
    Asche Zu Asche
    Du Riechst So Gut
    Heirate Mich
    Herzeleid
    Laichzeit (spawning time for the fish  :lol: )

    From Rammstein 'Sehnsucht'...
    Sehnsucht
    Engel
    Tier
    Bestrafe Mich
    Du Hast
    Eifersucht
    Kuss Mich
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 03:15:38 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Slow down now.  I was just wonderin what the best albums and songs were of those bands you mentioned.  Other than that I wouldn't want ya ta trouble yerself.


     :lol:
    I'm listing 'em! Got about 25 CDs here...just giving you the highlights for 'em.  

    No trouble...I can listen as I go!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 03:22:24 PM
    Die Toten Hosen from 'Opium Furs Volk'...
    Vaterunser
    Mensch
    Nichts Bleibt Fur Die Ewigkeit
    XTC
    Und Wir Leben
    Viva La Revolution
    Zehn Kleine Jagermeister

    'Unsterblich'...
    Entschuldigung, Es Tut Uns Leid!
    Lesbische, Schwarze Behinderte
    Warum Werde Ich Nicht Satt?
    Sonntag Im Zoo
    Alles Wie Immer
    Unsterblich
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 03:29:03 PM
    Best CDs from Boehse Onkelz are...

    Ein Boses Marchen
    Viva Los Tioz
    E.I.N.S.
    Live In Vienna

    Anything you can find from them out of these works should be good.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 03:32:32 PM
    Pirate, that should set you up for a while with a good dose of your German heritage!  :lol:

    Enjoy!  :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 03:42:02 PM
    Danke Valhalla.  May you die as a warrior, in battle, surrounded by the corpses of your enemies, and may you dine that very evening with Armenius.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 03:46:08 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Thanks Valhalla.  May you die as a warrior, in battle, surrounded by the corpses of your enemies, and may you dine that very evening with Armenius.


     :D

    Nichts zu danken!  And I see you've done your research.  :lol:

    I forgot to tell you that Die Toten Hosen has an English version CD...it's quite good.  'Love, Peace and Money'.  Check out 'The Return of Alex' (references to A Clockwork Orange)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 07, 2007, 05:06:12 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    i love them though, my personal favs would have to be:
    Too Drunk to Fuck
    and
    MTV get off the Air
    and
    California Uber Alles
    and
    Stars and Stripes of Corruption

    Yep those songs there about sum up my view on life at the moment hahah .  good stuff though.

    "Police Truck" was always one of my favs.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 07, 2007, 05:08:39 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Jagermeister

     :rofl:  Thinking of the liquor... Translation?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 07, 2007, 05:18:52 PM
    Jagermeister--"Master of the Hunt"


    I don't think of Motorhead as punk at all--I think they are the bridge between Sabbath and later New Wave Metal bands from England, like Judas Priest (who actually predate Motorhead, but wwere influenced by their sound), Iron Maiden and Angel Witch.  They basically took Sabbath's power chords and  added Motorhead's fast playing to it, with crisper guitar leads.

    Motorhead= English slang for 'speed freak'.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 07, 2007, 05:40:43 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Jagermeister
    :rofl:  Thinking of the liquor... Translation?


     :lol:
    You got it!  Think of the liquor!  That's what they're singing about....10 little Jagermeisters...it's a 99 bottles of beer on the wall kind of song.

     :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 07, 2007, 05:52:39 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP2k3""
    I don't think of Motorhead as punk at all--I think they are the bridge between Sabbath and later New Wave Metal bands from England, like Judas Priest (who actually predate Motorhead, but wwere influenced by their sound), Iron Maiden and Angel Witch.  They basically took Sabbath's power chords and  added Motorhead's fast playing to it, with crisper guitar leads.

    Me neither. Although this old friend of mine who was way into punk stuff (as well as weird shit like The Residents) and who kept shaved head back in the day always had a Motorhead T-shirt on... nah, they were metal.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 06:29:38 PM
    I see what you mean Red Temple, about Motorhead and where they fit into the metal family tree.  I wasn't tryin to say they were punk, really.  But they do seem to embody that punk kinda unsophistication, physically and musically.  They're very style is a mockery of convention.  I think that's punk too.  Know what I mean ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 06:35:54 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP2k3""
    Jagermeister--"Master of the Hunt"


    I don't think of Motorhead as punk at all--I think they are the bridge between Sabbath and later New Wave Metal bands from England, like Judas Priest (who actually predate Motorhead, but wwere influenced by their sound), Iron Maiden and Angel Witch.  They basically took Sabbath's power chords and  added Motorhead's fast playing to it, with crisper guitar leads.

    Motorhead= English slang for 'speed freak'.


    I get it!  Thanks man, didn't know that.  Motorhead = Speedfreak, cool.

    Motorhead is pretty rudimentary though, compared to Priest and Maiden, even compared to Sabbath.  They're musical style might even be more punk than metal.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 07, 2007, 06:36:34 PM
    Yeah, I could see that.  ANd for a long time they were bastards, outsiders in that they didn't really fit into the mainstream or even many subgenres of the day.  Misfits, as it were.   I don't think of them as a punk band, but I know a lot of punks liked them.  When I saw them they covered "God Save The Queen", a punk song (if the Pistols are punk, that is, right, Frod....?) so I guess, they have some of that aesthetic in them.  Labels suck anyway, music is etither good or bad, and I likie a lot of both types.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 07, 2007, 06:40:13 PM
    Right on man.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 07, 2007, 07:38:25 PM
    Danielle Dax- Dark Adapted Eye

    The Butthole Surfers- "Who Was In My Room Last Night?", "Goofy's Concern"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on January 08, 2007, 01:48:31 AM
    Sonic Youth - Goo
    Slint - Spiderland
    Eurythmics - 1984
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 08, 2007, 10:25:40 AM
    Quote from: ""try another castle""
    Sonic Youth - Goo
    Slint - Spiderland
    Eurythmics - 1984

    Goo is a cool album, probably their last good rock album. It followed their all-time best work, Daydream Nation. I'm going to see if I can get a hold of some Slint and see what I remember of them. I didn't know the Eurythmics did the soundtrack to that (I found out they did when I googled the album to see if it had "I Want It All" on it.)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 08, 2007, 01:24:45 PM
    John Coltrane_Rain or Shine(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 08, 2007, 09:56:26 PM
    Yes_Songs

    And I got this idea to use this album cover as the back drop to a puppet show that I've been workin on starring the toys I keep on my kitchen shelves: Ernie and Bert (vintage finger puppets) and The Pillsbury Dough Boy and R2-D2, King Kong, Mickey Mouse and a small plastic frog wearing a crown and some other childhood archetypes.  Altogether there are three different but related scenes depicted on the various panels of this triple album.  Scenes of a cosmic dawn.  Perfectly scaled to the size of my kitchen toys.

    Scene 1 will open on Ernie and Bert as they are making their way through the wilderness; a desert, or perhaps the rainforests of India.  They are seeking enlightenment but are presently absorbed in their conversation concerning the status of the faulty faucet in their bathroom halfway round the world in an apartment in NYC.  Just then do they become aware of their surroundings.  They have walked into a clearing in the jungle or an oasis in the desert  ( A statue of a meditating Buddha is in the background).    They have travelled a long, long ways.  They are tired and weary, like that scene from the original "4 Feathers" where the dude and his blind friend are struggling across the desert!   :lol:

    Pillsbury Dough Boy approaches Ernie and Bert just after they stop talking about their leaky faucet back home in New York and begin to look around..."You have come seeking enlightenment, but you must first pass the Tiger from Masters of the Universe..."

    "ROOOOooo- -aaAAARRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

    I'm not givin away the whole plot right here, right now.  It won't be that long though.  I'm gonna keep it under 12 minutes.  What I was thinkin was that when we go down to FLA to ask the DFAF about our files and ask if we could speak to Mrs. Sembler 'n' all that we could also have our puppet show on DVD and ask her to watch it with us...

    "We're doin a documentary on cults and we were wonderin if we could talk to Mrs Sembler about the relationship between DFAF and $tr8 Inc...and ...also we have this puppet show we'd like her to watch with us if she could."  

    Of course we would have 2 of our own cameras runnin the whole time too...filmin it all.  I'm thinkin of recruitin Frod and Rtp as cameramen.  Still looking for someone to play the role of the Michael Moore parody character.  Contact me if you think you're up tp the part.

    Anyway I have this great vision of this whole thing and through the medium of the puppet show I can say whatever I want.  Dig ??  I can make all my social and political commetary straight to her.  

    She'd never watch it though.  Not with us all there with 2 cameras filmin.  But could you picture the scene ??  There we'd be in Mrs Semblers office at the DFAF headquarters watchin the puppet show starrin the kitchen toys of the pirate as they talk shit.  Mrs Sembler and I would be sittin on the couch.  Rtp could be filming the scene as Froderick documented the project with his camera.  The Michael Moore parody character would be sittin on top of a 3 drawer metal filing cabinet eatin a bag of nachos just in the back corner of Mrs Semblers eye as she wondered awkwardly and rather uncomfortably what she should think!!!   :rofl: .

    Well anyway.  I'm gonna be workin on the script.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 09, 2007, 04:44:40 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Yes_Songs

    And I got this idea to use this album cover as the back drop to a puppet show that I've been workin on starring the toys I keep on my kitchen shelves: Ernie and Bert (vintage finger puppets) and The Pillsbury Dough Boy and R2-D2, King Kong, Mickey Mouse and a small plastic frog wearing a crown and some other childhood archetypes.  Altogether there are three different but related scenes depicted on the various panels of this triple album.  Scenes of a cosmic dawn.  Perfectly scaled to the size of my kitchen toys.

    Scene 1 will open on Ernie and Bert as they are making their way through the wilderness; a desert, or perhaps the rainforests of India.  They are seeking enlightenment but are presently absorbed in their conversation concerning the status of the faulty faucet in their bathroom halfway round the world in an apartment in NYC.  Just then do they become aware of their surroundings.  They have walked into a clearing in the jungle or an oasis in the desert  ( A statue of a meditating Buddha is in the background).    They have travelled a long, long ways.  They are tired and weary, like that scene from the original "4 Feathers" where the dude and his blind friend are struggling across the desert!  


    ahaha didnt quote it all but that was great! thanks for the laugh look forward to the book, mini series and movie! :D

    (http://http://webdiva.homeip.net/erniebert.jpg)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 10, 2007, 12:12:28 AM
    The Police - Zenyatta Mondatta

    Black Sabbath - Sabotage
    KISS - Hotter Than Hell
    The Klezmatics - Possessed

    Kasabian - "Reason Is Treason" + whatever that hit song of theirs was.

    The Who - Live at Leeds (deluxe edition)
    Siouxsie & The Banshees - "Love in a Void", "Infantry"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 10, 2007, 07:07:01 PM
    Link Wray--"Ace Of Spades", "Rumble", "Jack The Ripper"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 10, 2007, 07:58:01 PM
    Rush--Feedback This is fucking hilarious!  It's great, really cool.  I mean that.  Rush covering The WHo, Love, Buffalo Springfield, The Yardbirds, and other classic rock pioneers, it's awesome.  I hate Rush now, but I really liked them back when I was a 14 year old motocross bike riding pothead.  This is the absolute coolest thing they have done in years.  I mean, they're still Canadian, and it shows, but this is almost as cool as Trailer Park Boys. It must be the lenient Canadian view on WEED that is causing this cultural rennaissance to the north of us.  This is a cooler Rush record than anything else they have ever done, they're still dorky and Canadian, but this is an awesome record.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 10, 2007, 09:32:54 PM
    Siouxsie & The Banshees - Kaleidoscope

    The Who - Live at Leeds (deluxe edition, disc 2) There's a lot of good music on those two CDs that was left off of the original LP release. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the vinyl medium as much as the next old dude but this is a damned good release..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 11, 2007, 03:46:22 PM
    Judas Priest- I can't seem to stop myself!  I need to start the weening process, I think...  :lol:

    Danzig - 'Lucifuge'

    Bad Co.- '10 from 6'

    The Guess Who and lots of it!

    Foghat up next....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on January 12, 2007, 11:58:14 PM
    ABBA



    FAG!!!!!!

    And I dream I'm an eagle
    And I dream I can spread my wiiiings

    Flying hiiiigh hiiigh
    I'm a bird in the sky
    I'm an eagle that rides on the breeze

    Hiiigh hiiiigh
    What a feeling to fly
    Over mountains and forests and seas
    And to go anywhere that I pleeeaaaaase


    FAG!!!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 13, 2007, 03:38:36 PM
    Red Hot Chili Peppers- 'Californication'
    I think their older stuff is better, but hey!  they're still good!

    The Smashing Pumpkins- 'Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'

    The Cranberries- To the Faithful Departed'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 13, 2007, 05:12:41 PM
    Enough of the 'soft' stuff....  :lol:

    Alice in Chains- 'Dirt'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 13, 2007, 07:26:57 PM
    I can ever so faintly hear an echo of my voice...

    Aw, come on!  Where is everybody!?  Am I talkin' to myself here or what?!  :lol:

    Rainbow- 'Stone Cold,  'Since You're Been Gone', 'Man on the Silver Mountain', 'Street of Dreams'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 13, 2007, 10:56:53 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    I can ever so faintly hear an echo of my voice...

    Aw, come on!  Where is everybody!?  Am I talkin' to myself here or what?!  :lol:

    Well it is Saturday night and all..  :D

    Little Feat - Sailin' Shoes
    The Cult - Love
    Urge Overkill - Saturation
    The Who - Live at Leeds (deluxe edition)
    Little Feat - The Last Record Album
    Black Sabbath - Sabotage
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 14, 2007, 02:30:39 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    I can ever so faintly hear an echo of my voice...

    Aw, come on!  Where is everybody!?  Am I talkin' to myself here or what?!  :lol:
    Well it is Saturday night and all..  :D

    Oh yeah, I somehow kinda forgot that very crucial detail.   :lol:

    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Little Feat - Sailin' Shoes
    The Cult - Love
    Urge Overkill - Saturation
    The Who - Live at Leeds (deluxe edition)
    Little Feat - The Last Record Album
    Black Sabbath - Sabotage


    I wish I had some Cult.  And haven't you just about worn out the grooves on 'Sabotage'?  :lol:

    I've got some Buffet on right now....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 14, 2007, 08:35:47 PM
    A friend (the other guitarist I play with) lent me the Cult CD; I wouldn't go out of my way to listen to them myself.
    He also lent me:

    Siouxsie & The Banshees - Kaleidoscope
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 14, 2007, 09:31:02 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    A friend (the other guitarist I play with) lent me the Cult CD; I wouldn't go out of my way to listen to them myself.


    Some of their stuff is OK, in a mainstream rock sorta way.  Nothing overwhelminingly deep or heavy, but solid rock and roll  The kinda stufdf I wouldn't turn off but wouldn't turn up when it came on FM radio.  I saw them and Lenny Kravitz do a free show together many many moons ago, it was OK.  I used to sell lots of X to some kids that were really into The Cult, so they have a special spot in my heart.  I like Love and Electric OK.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 14, 2007, 10:29:00 PM
    Caught Keller Williams last night at the House of Blues here in San Diego.  Me an Webdiva went to the show.  He's pretty incredible.  The venue was small, so we were never far from the stage.  Great show.  He covered "Unbroken Chain" by the Dead in the first set.  During the 2nd set he did Steve Millers' "Fly Like an Eagle", which was killer, and the sub encore was "Til the Mornin Comes" again by the Dead.  Much impressed
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on January 14, 2007, 11:03:23 PM
    Charlie Musclewhite
    http://www.wvpubcast.org/av/MS122906ClarkWB.mp3 (http://www.wvpubcast.org/av/MS122906ClarkWB.mp3)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on January 14, 2007, 11:40:13 PM
    Todd Snyder, too. And he's going all political on the drug war and other stuff.
    Title: Soundtrack for substance abuse at 4AM
    Post by: Anonymous on January 15, 2007, 04:28:13 AM
    The Stranglers--"Golden Brown"

    The Misunderstood--"Find A Hidden Door"

    13th Floor Elevators--"Nobody To Love"

    The Who--"Armenia City In The Sky"

    Bedemon--"One Way Road"

    Slayer--"The Antichrist"

    Motorhead--"Stone Dead Forever"

    Black Sabbath--"Into The Void"

    Mahogany Rush--"All In Your Mind"

    Napalm Death--"Demonic Possession"

    Judas Priest--"Green Manalishi (w/ the Two-Pronged Crown)"

    The Tea Party--"The River"

    Compulsion--"Ariadne"

    Husker Du--"The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill"

    Iron Maiden--"Aces High" & "Remember Tomarrow"

    Kyuss--"Hurricane"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"Harvester Of Eyes" & "Workshop Of The Telescopes"
    Title: Re: Soundtrack for substance abuse at 4AM
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 15, 2007, 01:26:59 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP2k3""

    Iron Maiden--"Remember Tomorrow"


    One of my favorites.  "Unchain the colors...before my eyes...".  Yeah man. :skull:  ::dove::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on January 15, 2007, 11:57:54 PM
    Bastard Fairies
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8x14cLGh5o (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8x14cLGh5o)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 16, 2007, 01:01:04 AM
    Didn't that little girl used to do grape juice commercials?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 16, 2007, 04:24:53 AM
    Suicide--"Cheri, Cheri", "Frankie Teardrop", "Ghostrider", "Che", "Rocket USA", "Dominc Christ"
    Title: up all night
    Post by: Anonymous on January 16, 2007, 08:06:17 AM
    The Faith Healers--"This Time"

    Richard Hell--"Who Says?"

    Black Flag--"Retired at 21"

    The Fall--"Idiot Joy Showland"

    The Cure--"Object"

    Television--"Elevation" , "Ain't That Nothin'", "Venus"

    Dinosaur Jr.--"Yeah Right"

    Richard and Linda Thompson--"Shoot Out The Lights"

    New York Dolls--"Looking For A Kiss" (demo version)

    Pavement--"Newark Wilder"

    The Who--"Eminence Front", "Man With The Money", "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde","Tattoo"

    The Stranglers--"Something Better Change"

    Film School--"Pitfalls"

    Kaiser Chiefs--"Moon"

    The Black League--"Blood Of The Gods"

    Helmet--"Ironhead"

    Bedemon--"One Way Road"

    The Nouvells--"Tomarrow's Yesterday"

    Pere Ubu--"Heaven"

    Alien Sex Fiend--"New Christian Music"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"Morning Final", "Baby Ice Dog", "Career Of Evil"

    Syd Barrett--"She Took A Long Cold Look At Me"

    Cheap Trick--"Big Eyes"

    Led Zeppelin--"For Your Life" (...and she said "don't you want cocaine cocaine cocaine?/ It is a real good sin/Try it, friend....."), "Royal Orleans"

    Judas Priest--"Hell Bent For Leather", "Victim Of Changes"

    Iron Maiden--"Stranger In A Strange Land", "Purgatory"

    Moon--"Burden On Me"

    Husker Du--"Divide and Conquer", "Newest Industry", "Everything Falls Apart"

    Kyuss--"El Rodeo", "Spaceship Landing"

    Masters Of Reality--"Blue Garden", "Kill The King", "Looking To Get Rite", "Domino", "Candy Song"

    Grateful Dead--"Second That Emotion"

    Agent Orange--"Secret Agent Man", "Bloodstains"

    Phantom Limbs--"The Olympics"

    Hellworms--"Cock Rock Superstar"

    The Kinks--"Mr. Big Man", "Definite Maybe"

    Pink Floyd--"Waiting For The Worms"

    The Makers--"Everybody Rise"
    Title: Re: up all night
    Post by: Anonymous on January 16, 2007, 10:58:39 AM
    Quote from: ""RTP@k#""
    Alien Sex Fiend--"New Christian Music"

    Hah, I remember this song! One of the MD 7steppers I was hanging out with had whatever album that was on.

    "You nearly got high on some birth control pills." :rofl:

    What a great line; it spoke to me at the time...lol. -Frod
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 16, 2007, 04:41:07 PM
    Angelic Upstarts- 'Still From the Heart'

    The Clash- 'The Story of The Clash Vol. 1'

    The  Clash- 'The Clash'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 16, 2007, 04:51:37 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Angelic Upstarts- 'Still From the Heart'

    The Clash- 'The Story of The Clash Vol. 1'

    The  Clash- 'The Clash'

    That Angelic Upstarts stuff good? (I'll admit I'm not that familiar with them.)

    That early Clash stuff is pretty good, isn't it?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 16, 2007, 05:22:46 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Angelic Upstarts- 'Still From the Heart'

    The Clash- 'The Story of The Clash Vol. 1'

    The  Clash- 'The Clash'
    That Angelic Upstarts stuff good? (I'll admit I'm not that familiar with them.)

    That early Clash stuff is pretty good, isn't it?


    Yeah, some of Angelic Upstarts is a bit slooooow, but then it picks up.  Kinda reminds me of The Pogues.  

    Well, I guess you can tell I was getting an overdose of The Clash...yep!  Their early stuff is what The Clash is all about.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 16, 2007, 06:28:35 PM
    Television - Adventure
    America - "Ride On" (live on David Letterman)

    Urge Overkill - Saturation

    Bruce Springsteen - Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. (v)
    Ellen Foley - NightOut (v)
    Snakefinger - Chewing Hides The Sound (v)
    The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour (v -apple- side 1)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 16, 2007, 10:46:09 PM
    Quote from: ""Froderik""
    Television - Adventure
    Told ya that was a good one.  Check out Live In San Francisco 1978 and The Blow Up for live performances that shred on the studio versions.  Also, their eponymous 1986 release is worth having.  Great songs, slick production.  Almost like Television with Steely Dan's production values.  Interesting.

    Quote
    Ellen Foley - NightOut (v)


    She sang backing vocals on BOC's Mirrors, and her voice can be heard on the track "The Vigil" as a buzzing noise when played normally.  WHen played backwards, she is reciting the Lord's Prayer.  They did all kinds of stuff with backwards effects, in keeping with the title theme.

    I've been listening to the Stalk-Forrest Group, "Curse Of The Hidden Mirror", "A Fact About Sneakers", and "St. Cecelia".  Stalk-Forrest Group is the band that became Blue Oyster Cult.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 16, 2007, 11:34:53 PM
    Television... Yeah, it sure is a good one! My friend (songwriter guitar dude I've been playing with) played it in his car while we were riding around yesterday... I thought I recalled you mentioning it.

    Everything about their album Adventure is really good! The songs themselves are great; not a superflous note to be found anywhere. The sound production was way above par. All of the songs are concise, yet possess a certain complexity thanks to Verlaine's interesting guitar lines...

    Ellen Foley.. I used to have Mirrors. It was the only album I had by BÖC back in those bygone days of early adolescence, but I recall liking it a lot- especially "The Vigil." I had no idea who Ellen Foley was and wouldn't have made that connection now. Yeah, her album is pretty cool- she can really belt it out; it's fun to listen to.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 16, 2007, 11:36:28 PM
    Pink Floyd - Obscured by Clouds (v)
    Charlie Parker / Miles Davis - Bird & Miles (v)

    The Smiths - "Bigmouth Strikes Again"
    Echo & The Bunnymen - Ocean Rain
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 17, 2007, 01:03:26 PM
    Blaine Reininger (fr. Tuxedo Moon) - "Silly Boy", "Flame On", "Al Haqq"

    Alacran - "Reflejo de Luna"

    Andres Linetzky & Ernest Romeo - "Sentimientos"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on January 17, 2007, 10:47:31 PM
    Meat Puppets - Meat Puppets II
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 17, 2007, 10:59:07 PM
    Quote from: ""try another castle""
    Meat Puppets - Meat Puppets II

    ::bandit::   ::burger::  ::drummer::  ::alieneyesa::  :tup:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 17, 2007, 11:01:26 PM
    Diana Ross - "More Today Than Yesterday" (live on David Letterman)

    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

    Urge Overkill - "Sister Havana", "Bottle of Fur"
    The Smiths - Louder Than Bombs

    The Soundtrack of Our Lives - "Galaxy Gramaphone"

    Velvet_Revolver_ Set_Me_Free
    Zakk_Wylde___Mama_I_m_Coming_Home__acoustic_

    Butthole Surfers - "To Parter" (live 1984-10-31)
    THePixies- "Into The White"

    John Coltrane - Coltrane's Sound (v)

    A nice, flowing string quartet on a local classical station..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on January 17, 2007, 11:28:33 PM
    Fuckin' a @ Into the White. One of my favorites.

    I think I read somewhere that Kim wrote that, but she's not credited on the B-sides album, so I dunno.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on January 19, 2007, 03:21:15 AM
    The Blue Up? - Sgt. Sorrow
    Ana Voog - anavoog.com
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 19, 2007, 09:06:25 AM
    Carly Simon - "The Love's Still Growing"

    Jethro Tull - Songs from The Wood
    Leon Russell - Carney
    Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star

    The Tubes (1975)
    Pete Townsend - Empty Glass
    Joan Armatrading (1976)

    (all vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 19, 2007, 04:42:51 PM
    black sabbath... yep yep just got this record. picture disc woo. lol

    (http://http://www.webdiva.org/bs.jpg)
    Title: speedball soundtrack
    Post by: Anonymous on January 19, 2007, 08:23:36 PM
    Rolling Stones--Exile On Main Street

    Led Zeppelin--Presence

    Mermen--Songs For The Cows
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 19, 2007, 09:12:44 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    black sabbath... yep yep just got this record. picture disc woo. lol

    Wow! :o

    Way cool!!

    Where did you get that?? I've always loved that album cover.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 19, 2007, 09:13:16 PM
    The Who- Live at Leeds (deluxe edition)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 19, 2007, 09:39:16 PM
    Quote from: ""try another castle""
    The Blue Up? - Sgt. Sorrow
    Ana Voog - anavoog.com


    hahah ana voog rocks!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 19, 2007, 09:42:52 PM
    Quote from: ""fr0derik""
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    black sabbath... yep yep just got this record. picture disc woo. lol
    Wow! :o

    Way cool!!

    Where did you get that?? I've always loved that album cover.


    There's a used/new record store in Ocean Beach that we hit up.  The picture discs that we got were new too.   Seems they are pressing vinyl again w/ a lot of old albums which is really cool.  I bought a turn table so I can actually listen to all my damn albums now. I have a bunch of albums from back when I used to DJ! :) Will be listening to many of them over the weekend while I work!  :flame: lol
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 19, 2007, 10:56:11 PM
    Yep, there's lotsa fans of vinyl these days.  A lot of it started with the whole DJ thing, but a lot of kids are getting into listening to music on records these days.  I see high school age kids buying vinyl every time I go to my favorite local record store, Hyde & Zeke's.

    Watching/listening to Roxy Music, Live at theApollo, London, 2001.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 03:04:16 PM
    Violent Femmes- 1st album ('Blister in the Sun', 'Kiss Off')

    Rednex- 'Sex and Violins'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 20, 2007, 03:36:47 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Violent Femmes- 1st album ('Blister in the Sun', 'Kiss Off')


    good album!

    Listening to 1999 (the album). (Vinyl baby)

     :o  :-?  :D
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 03:42:54 PM
    Vinyl, you say?!  Well, I only got the CD.   :lol:  Got to see them in concert tho, back in June!  That was fun!   :D

    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Violent Femmes- 1st album ('Blister in the Sun', 'Kiss Off')

    good album!

    Listening to 1999 (the album). (Vinyl baby)

     :o  :-?  :D
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 03:47:21 PM
    BÖC - "Career of Evil", "Subhuman"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 03:58:30 PM
    Quote from: ""fr0derik""
    BÖC - "Career of Evil", "Subhuman"


    Could you give a few of the more well-known songs from that album?  Cheers!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:04:34 PM
    "Dominance and Submission" was sort of a hit I think. Fwiw, I can recall hearing that song back then but none of the others.

    http://lyrics.rockmagic.net/lyrics/blue ... _1974.html (http://lyrics.rockmagic.net/lyrics/blue_oyster_cult/secret_treaties_1974.html)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 20, 2007, 04:05:07 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Vinyl, you say?!  Well, I only got the CD.   :lol:  Got to see them in concert tho, back in June!  That was fun!   :D


    si senorita, vinilo! I just replaced my turntable this week (haven't had one for over a year), and my mom shipped me all my vinyl (lots, i used to dj mostly on base, nco clubs and shit lol) so I'm finally able to enjoy it.  

    I've been quite fortunate with the royal one.  I saw the purple rain tour in 1985 with my best friend (she's comin out here next week yay!) lol.  Then I saw the love sexy tour in 1989 while in college. However, the best was in 1990, when we went to a music convention in Atlanta. He performed to a 300+ person audience, in a hotel ballroom.  I was against the stage and actually got to molest him. hahah. Well close enough.  He was totally into the audience, it was amazing.  

    I'm not sure if I'd see him now though, cuz he won't perform a lot of his old stuff, which is what I like.  Guess I like all the "bad" songs.  :evil: I'm sure he'd put on one hell of a show I just like my last concert memory of him and don't want him ruining it by failing to sing all the good shit. :D

    Currently playing International Lover. AHH One of my favorites, which he no longer plays!! :o  :o  :o
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 04:16:11 PM
    Quote from: ""fr0derik""
    "Dominance and Submission" was sort of a hit I think. Fwiw, I can recall hearing that song back then but none of the others.

    http://lyrics.rockmagic.net/lyrics/blue ... _1974.html (http://lyrics.rockmagic.net/lyrics/blue_oyster_cult/secret_treaties_1974.html)


    I just read the lyrics to 'Dominance and Submission'...they really hit hard.  I can't recall the melody, but the lyrics...kwim?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:16:39 PM
    I like Prince.

    No, not that way. :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:20:58 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    I just read the lyrics to 'Dominance and Submission'...they really hit hard.  I can't recall the melody, but the lyrics...kwim?

    You mean hit hard like they rang a bell?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 20, 2007, 04:22:19 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    DAVID LETTERMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    hahah just noticed your username! i haven't downloaded it yet, but i probably will sometime today!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 20, 2007, 04:25:03 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    I like Prince.

    No, not that way. :lol:


    me too, and that kinda way, as well as that way over there, and uh, that way!  ::ftard::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 04:28:45 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    I just read the lyrics to 'Dominance and Submission'...they really hit hard.  I can't recall the melody, but the lyrics...kwim?
    You mean hit hard like they rang a bell?


    No, much deeper than that.  That song is about WWII and  the potential guilt accumulated by the future generations, specifically those of Germany.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:31:04 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    No, much deeper than that.  That song is about WWII and  the potential guilt accumulated by the future generations.

    It is?  :lol:

    Heavy!  :o
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 04:35:11 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    No, much deeper than that.  That song is about WWII and  the potential guilt accumulated by the future generations.
    It is?  :lol:

    Heavy!  :o


    You probably wouldn't see it from that side, but yes, it is.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:39:45 PM
    From what side? State-side?

    I'm not on any side! I'm El Niño!  :rofl:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 04:41:01 PM
    The Misfits- 'American Psycho'

    Ring any bells there, Frod?  :wink:  :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:43:06 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    You probably wouldn't see it from that side, but yes, it is.

    Actually, what you've been saying is in keeping with the theme of the album, but it's hard to see it from just looking at the song's lyrics.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 04:46:27 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    From what side? State-side?

    I'm not on any side! I'm El Niño!  :rofl:


    El Nino?!  You ain't nothing there, pal!  You should meet the guy goin' around all of Europe!

    But, as to your question, to which side...'Stateside' is always better, but that's only if you're a homesick American!   :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:48:25 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    El Nino?!  You ain't nothing there, pal!  You should meet the guy goin' around all of Europe!

    But, as to your question, to which side...'Stateside' is always better, but that's only if you're a homesick American!   :lol:

    Well I must say, you sure are sounding pretty American here! Like a New Yorker or something, lol.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 04:49:37 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    You probably wouldn't see it from that side, but yes, it is.
    Actually, what you've been saying is in keeping with the theme of the album, but it's hard to see it from just looking at the song's lyrics.


     :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:

    OH MY!

    I think I want some of what you're having!  You are thinking way too deeply...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 04:51:55 PM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    I think I want some of what you're having!  You are thinking way too deeply...

    So the song is not about WWII and the potential guilt accumulated by the future generations?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 04:55:25 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    El Nino?!  You ain't nothing there, pal!  You should meet the guy goin' around all of Europe!

    But, as to your question, to which side...'Stateside' is always better, but that's only if you're a homesick American!   :lol:
    Well I must say, you sure are sounding pretty American here! Like a New Yorker or something, lol.


    A New Yorker?!   Oh, no!   :lol:

    Just a homesick American jammin' out to The Misfits.... (and there is no appropriate emoticon for that... :lol: )
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 20, 2007, 05:03:35 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    I think I want some of what you're having!  You are thinking way too deeply...
    So the song is not about WWII and the potential guilt accumulated by the future generations?


    On the contrary, I meant what I posted there.  And that area of Germany , that is mentioned, hits even harder.  That is where my children's forefathers tried to save their lives and the lives of their children, instead of the Britiish.  Westphalia.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 06:23:23 PM
    Todd Rundgren - Something / Anything? (v)

    Jackson Browne (1972) (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 20, 2007, 06:25:43 PM
    not vinyl...

    Anna Nalick - Breathe (2AM)  love this album...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 20, 2007, 07:34:14 PM
    THe Jerky Boys 2  :rofl:
    Title: must these Englishmen live that I might die?
    Post by: Anonymous on January 21, 2007, 03:28:36 AM
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Quote from: ""fr0derik""
    BÖC - "Career of Evil", "Subhuman"

    Could you give a few of the more well-known songs from that album?  Cheers!


    My faves off of Secret Treaties were always "Astronomy", "Flaming Telepaths", "ME-262" and "Harvester Of Eyes".

    Love the cover art, with the ME-262 emblazoned with the Kronos logo,  and the cryptic liner notes.  Good stuff.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 21, 2007, 03:52:32 AM
    You kids don't even know...bad shit!

    Cal Tjader...autographed vinyl!!!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 21, 2007, 03:55:42 AM
    O!..." Guarabe"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 21, 2007, 04:33:14 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    You kids don't even know...bad shit!

    Cal Tjader...autographed vinyl!!!!


    Oh that's right i forgot about the autographed album.  :D I think i'll be hittin up that record store at LEAST once a month. But damn these "new" records could get a bit pricey. lol ah well don't mind spending money on music.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 21, 2007, 01:14:54 PM
    Blind Faith (1969) (v)

    Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin' (v)
    Title: Re: must these Englishmen live that I might die?
    Post by: Valhalla on January 21, 2007, 01:22:40 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP2k3""
    Quote from: ""Valhalla""
    Quote from: ""fr0derik""
    BÖC - "Career of Evil", "Subhuman"

    Could you give a few of the more well-known songs from that album?  Cheers!

    My faves off of Secret Treaties were always "Astronomy", "Flaming Telepaths", "ME-262" and "Harvester Of Eyes".

    Love the cover art, with the ME-262 emblazoned with the Kronos logo,  and the cryptic liner notes.  Good stuff.


    Thanks!  

    Strange, though...I got 'The Best of Blue Oyster Cult'.  I don't remember exactly which albums I've got stored away back home, so I tried to get my BOC fix with buying' the best of' CD.  Ok, so I cheated a bit and I guess, you get what you pay for.  The only songs you guys have mentioned that are on this CD are 'Flaming Telepaths' and 'Astronomy'.

    And I'm gonna put it on right now...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 21, 2007, 01:29:09 PM
    Secret Treaties is definitely worth investing in! It's good from start to finish.

    I have the LP, complete with the cool inner sleeve; it's the original 1974 Columbia release.
    I think I paid $3 for it at a used record store. It's in excellent condition.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 21, 2007, 01:31:39 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Secret Treaties is definitely worth investing in! It's good from start to finish.

    I have the LP, complete with the cool inner sleeve; it's the original 1974 Columbia release. I think I paid $3 for it at a used record store. It's in excellent condition.


    Wow!  Nice!!

    For all the vinyl I've got in my stash, I suppose I'll have to invest in a turntable, too...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 21, 2007, 02:36:59 PM
    I've been listening to this 'Best of Blue Oyster Cult' CD and reading the insert.  Lots of info about how the band came to be in NY and their history.  There sure are a lot of German surnames that keep popping up...

    Anyone know more about their history than  what I'm finding?  Yeah, I could do some research on my own, but it's more fun to talk about it here, right?  :lol:

    RTP?  Frod?  (I mean, El Nino)

    Good bunch of tunes, btw, on this CD, but there is a whole lot missing from entire albums.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 21, 2007, 02:47:48 PM
    Pink Floyd - Animals (v)

    Lungfish - Indivisible (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on January 21, 2007, 06:06:41 PM
    Alice Cooper ~ Billion Dollar Babies/Stephen
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 21, 2007, 07:44:46 PM
    Led Zeppelin - "Since I've Been Loving You"
    Pink Floyd - "One of These Days"

    Beethoven - Sonata #15 in D "Pastorale"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 22, 2007, 02:22:51 AM
    Hmmm
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 22, 2007, 10:52:26 PM
    Siouxsie & The Banshees - Join Hands
    Neil Young - Greendale
    Siouxsie & The Banshees - Kaleidoscope
    Blue Öyster Cult - Secret Treaties
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on January 23, 2007, 05:21:15 AM
    Chrome-"March Of The Chrome Police ( A Cold, Clammy Bombing)"

    Egg Hunt--"We All Fall Down"

    Blackouts--"Happy Hunting Ground"

    Adolescents--"Kids Of The Black Hole"

    Atombombpocketknife--"The Methadone Actors"

    Rage Against The Machine--"Kick Out The Jams" (actually a pretty faithful cover of the MC5)

    Bad Brains--"Silent Tears"

    The Hellacopters--"You Are Nothing"

    Wishbone Ash--"Lady Whiskey"

    Ted Nugent--"Stranglehold" (live '79)

    Pentagram--"Sign Of The Wolf"

    Husker Du--"I Apologize"

    Stalk-Forrest Group--"Arthur Comics"

    Arzachel--"Leg"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 23, 2007, 05:23:12 PM
    Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven (The Song Remains The Same)

    John Hiatt - "Master of Disaster"

    J.S. Bach - Violin Concerto #2

    Bob Dylan - "North Country Blues", "When The Ship Comes In" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 23, 2007, 07:09:18 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven (The Song Remains The Same)


    sweet, i heard the live version while at the tattoo shop last week.
     ::dove::


    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    ?Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies
    inside us while we live.? - Norman Cousins
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 24, 2007, 09:25:09 AM
    Monster Magnet--Spine Of God

    The Who--The Who Sell Out

    Blue Oyster Cult--Some Enchantexd Evening
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 24, 2007, 03:38:24 PM
    Blue Oyster Cult seems to keep popping up here.  Are you guys taunting me?  :lol:

    So, I've been playing with Pandora again....
    'On Your Feet Or On Your Knees'
    'Black Blade'

    Still waiting for 'Dominance and Submisssion'....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 24, 2007, 10:22:37 PM
    The Shins (live on David Letterman)

    Roxy Music - For Your Pleasure

    Thin Lizzy

    Steely Dan - Aja (v)
    Parliament - Motor-Booty Affair (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on January 25, 2007, 12:51:47 AM
    WYEP Pittsburgh
    http://www.wyep.org/ (http://www.wyep.org/)

    Playing some really outstanding jazz just now!
    Title: oil 4 my brain
    Post by: RTP2003 on January 25, 2007, 07:55:39 PM
    Zolar X--"Timeless"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"The Marshall Plan"

    Budgie--"Crash Course In Brain Surgery"

    Cassanovas--"HeartBeat"

    Meat Puppets--"Lake Of Fire"

    Keith Richards--"Demon"

    Mermen-"VaryKiko Show"

    Motorhead--"On Your Feet Or On Your Knees"

    Jefferson Airplane--"Crown Of Creation"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on January 25, 2007, 10:07:09 PM
    Skin And Bones Live: Foo Fighters (Dave plays acoustic on every song, it's great)  8-)

    And I know this isn't the Lyrics page but I'm too lazy to post twice and it's a kick ass song.

    "Best Of You"

    I've got another confession to make
    I'm your fool
    Everyone's got their chains to break
    Holdin' you

    Were you born to resist or be abused?
    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?

    Are you gone and onto someone new?
    I needed somewhere to hang my head
    Without your noose
    You gave me something that I didn't have
    But had no use
    I was too weak to give in
    Too strong to lose
    My heart is under arrest again
    But I break loose
    My head is giving me life or death
    But I can't choose
    I swear I'll never give in
    I refuse

    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Has someone taken your faith?
    Its real, the pain you feel
    You trust, you must
    Confess
    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Oh...

    Oh...Oh...Oh...Oh...

    Has someone taken your faith?
    Its real, the pain you feel
    The life, the love you'd die to heal
    The hope that starts the broken hearts
    You trust, you must
    Confess

    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?

    I've got another confession my friend
    I'm no fool
    I'm getting tired of starting again
    Somewhere new

    Were you born to resist or be abused?
    I swear I'll never give in
    I refuse

    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Has someone taken your faith?
    Its real, the pain you feel
    You trust, you must
    Confess
    Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you?
    Oh...

    ________________
    ?There Is Nothing Left To Lose? -Foo Fighters
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 25, 2007, 10:43:16 PM
    Rosanne Cash (live on David Letterman)

    Sigur Rós - Takk...

    The Allman Brothers Band - "Stormy Monday" (v)

    Karma to Burn - 28

    The Eagles - "Victim of Love" (v)
    Steve Miller - Book of Dreams (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on January 26, 2007, 01:10:50 PM
    Manu Chao - Bongo Bong
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 26, 2007, 01:47:26 PM
    Cock Sparrer- some burned CD with about 20 some songs on it
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 26, 2007, 10:14:02 PM
    Heart - Dog & Butterfly (v)

    Siouxsie & The Banshees - Hyaena

    John Coltrane

    Benny Goodman
    The Stanley Brothers
    Flatt & Scruggs
    Hank Williams
    Hasil Adkins
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on January 27, 2007, 04:12:01 PM
    Bonecrusher- a collection of sorts

    Screwdriver- another collection of sorts

    The Ejected- 'A Touch of Class'

    Alice In Chains- 'Jar of Flies'

    Boehse Onkelz- 'Ein Boehses Maerchen'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on January 27, 2007, 04:58:02 PM
    Rod Stewart - Never A Dull Moment (v)

    Bruce Springsteen - Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. (v)

    The Damned - "Melody Lee" (v)
    Title: I've done pot, alcohol. uppers, downers, in-betweeners
    Post by: RTP2003 on January 28, 2007, 11:22:47 AM
    Lungfish--Rainbows From Atoms

    Blue Oyster Cult --Nail You Down (live bootleg from Italy 1975)

    Mott The Hoople--Best Of Mott The Hoople
    Title: Re: I've done pot, alcohol. uppers, downers, in-betweeners
    Post by: Froderik on January 28, 2007, 11:27:06 AM
    Quote from: ""RTP2003""
    Lungfish--Rainbows From Atoms

    I forget what's on this album. I know I've heard it...
    Title: best surf guitar players
    Post by: Froderik on January 28, 2007, 11:27:53 AM
    Dick Dale

    Link Wray
    Title: Re: I've done pot, alcohol. uppers, downers, in-betweeners
    Post by: RTP2003 on January 28, 2007, 11:41:22 AM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Quote from: ""RTP2003""
    Lungfish--Rainbows From Atoms
    I forget what's on this album. I know I've heard it...


    It's a great record, the lyrics are awesome.  Tell them I said "Hi!"

    "Axiomatic", "Creation Story", "Abraham Lincoln", etc.

    I keep waking up/halfway there/I live my life just barely aware.....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 29, 2007, 04:10:09 PM
    Sabbath on brand new 180 gram vinyl bought in OB at Cows about 4 doors down from the Black_Vol. 4

    The Velvet Underground on Brand New 180 gram vinyl_Live at Max's Kansas City.

    Vinyl is comin back kid.  They are pressin high quality vinyl editions of the real good stuff.  Praise be ta Jah.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on January 29, 2007, 05:40:32 PM
    Bruce Springsteen_Greetings From Asbury Park(v)

    "The Kids call 'im "Jimmy the Saint"...!!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 29, 2007, 05:50:06 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Bruce Springsteen_Greetings From Asbury Park(v)

    "The Kids call 'im "Jimmy the Saint"...!!


     ::drummer::  ::rocker::  ::poke::
    Title: Radio Free Florida
    Post by: RTP2003 on January 30, 2007, 10:45:54 PM
    The Melvins--Houdini

    Big Black--Songs About Fucking

    Fleetwood Mac--Live bootleg from 1968(?); featuring Peter Green, "Rattlesnake Shake", "Oh Well", "World Turning", "The Green Manalishi (with the Two-Pronged Crown)", "Black Magic Woman"

    Masters Of Reality--Sunrise On The Sufferbus

    Black Uhuru--Tear It Up--Live, Red, The Dub Factor(a dub remix of Red, the song "One Joint" is remixed as "Big Spliff", the other tracks are remixed as well, with slight variations on the titles.  Standouts include "Android Rebellion", "Youth", and the aforementioned "Big Spliff".)  "Right stuff/Strong herb/One joint/Big Spliff......"  Killer rhythm section, Sly (Dunbar) & Robbie (Shakespeare) kick ass!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on January 31, 2007, 02:56:58 AM
    Careful the gays don't gitcha! :rofl:

    http://lovegodsway.org/GayBands?lovegodsway (http://lovegodsway.org/GayBands?lovegodsway)

    One of the most dangerous ways homosexuality invades family life is through popular music. Parents should keep careful watch over their children's listening habits, especially in this Internet Age of MP3 piracy.

    Bands to watch out for......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on February 01, 2007, 04:03:46 PM
    Something I found amongst the other stuff...

    South Park- 'Chef Aid'
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on February 01, 2007, 11:32:58 PM
    Hank Williams - "There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight" (v)
    10cc - "I'm Not In Love"
    Taking Back Sunday - "Liar, Liar" (live on David Letterman)
    Black Sabbath - "Hole In The Sky"

    Birds chirping the other morning outside of the farmhouse we were hooking up.

    Hundreds of geese flying south...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on February 02, 2007, 10:58:00 PM
    Television - Adventure

    Killing Joke - what's THIS for...! (v)

    Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Re·ac·tor (v)

    The Residents _ Commercial Album (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: AtomicAnt on February 03, 2007, 09:23:00 AM
    Three Dog Night - Greatest Hits

    I have had this album since the 1970s. It's a good feel-good romp through the past. I'm on the road to Shambala.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on February 04, 2007, 04:16:01 PM
    Black Sabbath - "Megalomania"; "The Thrill of It All"

    Stereolab - Oscillons from the Anti-Sun

    Steve Miller - Greatest Hits 74-78

    Hole - Celebrity Skin
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 04, 2007, 05:20:43 PM
    Three Dog Night's pretty good.  I got a couple of their records.  I like "Captured Live at the Forum"  BTW, Absolutely killer band name.

    Black Sabbath_Greatest Hits(cd)
    The Commodores_Live(v)
    Average White Band_Put It Where You Want It(v).
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on February 05, 2007, 12:01:54 AM
    The Ventures in Outer Space

    David Bowie - Earthling
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 05, 2007, 04:35:18 PM
    Average White Band_self titled 1974 record
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on February 05, 2007, 09:41:12 PM
    Brings back memories of the outdoor ice skating rink.

    Ah, the 70's..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 05, 2007, 10:20:42 PM
    'Tell you what, 'Put It Where You Want It'(1975) is a real good record.  So far, I think that's the best I've found by them.  They got  rhythym and blues and soul and some sweet horns too.  I'm workin my way through  my AWB records right now.  Dig.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: teachback on February 05, 2007, 10:54:50 PM
    I'll check it out sometime... I love a lot of that good old music. I almost bought a copy of Parliament Live P-Funk Earth Tour (CD) last week but forgot to bid on it. I used to have the record; it was a promo copy I picked up for free at the record store while blowing my allowance on another KISS album..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 06, 2007, 02:28:10 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    'Tell you what, 'Put It Where You Want It'(1975) is a real good record.  So far, I think that's the best I've found by them.  They got  rhythym and blues and soul and some sweet horns too.  I'm workin my way through  my AWB records right now.  Dig.



    Feel No  Fret is a good one by them.  Did you know they're from Scotland?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 06, 2007, 02:52:11 PM
    I was listening to one of my Pandora stations and the Smiths came on.  I didn't fast forward, I let it play.  Does this mean I'm gay?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 06, 2007, 03:03:00 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    'Tell you what, 'Put It Where You Want It'(1975) is a real good record.  So far, I think that's the best I've found by them.  They got  rhythym and blues and soul and some sweet horns too.  I'm workin my way through  my AWB records right now.  Dig.


    Feel No  Fret is a good one by them.  Did you know they're from Scotland?


    Yeah...

    I got about 6 of their records.  Not 'Feel No Fret' though.  I'll look for it next trip to the flea market.  I'm glad to know there's good AWB out there that I haven't even heard yet.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 06, 2007, 03:17:42 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    'Tell you what, 'Put It Where You Want It'(1975) is a real good record.  So far, I think that's the best I've found by them.  They got  rhythym and blues and soul and some sweet horns too.  I'm workin my way through  my AWB records right now.  Dig.


    Feel No  Fret is a good one by them.  Did you know they're from Scotland?

    Yeah...

    I got about 6 of their records.  Not 'Feel No Fret' though.  I'll look for it next trip to the flea market.  I'm glad to know there's good AWB out there that I haven't even heard yet.


    I heard they used to hang out down at the Black in OB back in the day too...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 06, 2007, 03:23:37 PM
    Yeah, I think it's the one w/ "Pick Up THe Pieces" on it, referring to the band continuing after a key member OD'd.  I think that's the story.  It kinda blows me away that they are from Scotland, they sound pretty funky, I woulda sworn they were funky white boys from Detroit.

    RTP2k3 recently emerged from hiding and is trying to reassemble his brain in a way that is not so painful.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 06, 2007, 03:30:43 PM
    "Pick Up The Pieces" is on side 1 of their self titled 1974 record.  My favorite song by them is "Twilight Zone" from 'Put It Where You Want It', which was their 1975 record.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 06, 2007, 03:37:13 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    "Pick Up The Pieces" is on side 1 of their self titled 1974 record.  My favorite song by them is "Twilight Zone" from 'Put It Where You Want It'


    Ahh, thanks for clarifying that.  I will have to check that out.

    Listening to Syd Barrett, Roky Erickson, Meat Puppets, and Robin Hitchcock on Pandora.  Also some kraut named Karl Blau who did a pretty cool tune called "Dragon Song".  The Syd wwas from Crazy Diamond called "She Took A Long Cold Look At Me".

    btw, it's cold down here in FL, I mean it froze the last two nights.  How the hell do you guys stand it up there in PA?  I mean, cold here is nothing like cold there, but damn......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 06, 2007, 03:49:54 PM
    Miguel Mendez--"Maniac Psycho"

    The Faults--"Lonely Place"

    Consonant--"Buckets Of Flowers, Porno Mags"

    Guadalcanal Diary--"Fear Of God"

    Guadalcanal Diary was a great band, unfortuneately too often lumped in with the Athens crowd, notably obscured in popularity by REM, who they actually preceded.  Another underrated band in the history of rock and roll.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 06, 2007, 04:09:49 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    "Pick Up The Pieces" is on side 1 of their self titled 1974 record.  My favorite song by them is "Twilight Zone" from 'Put It Where You Want It'

    Ahh, thanks for clarifying that.  I will have to check that out.

    Listening to Syd Barrett, Roky Erickson, Meat Puppets, and Robin Hitchcock on Pandora.  Also some kraut named Karl Blau who did a pretty cool tune called "Dragon Song".  The Syd wwas from Crazy Diamond called "She Took A Long Cold Look At Me".

    btw, it's cold down here in FL, I mean it froze the last two nights.  How the hell do you guys stand it up there in PA?  I mean, cold here is nothing like cold there, but damn......


    My pleasure.  

    The other night just before dark I headed outta my friends house.  The wind was blowin a mighty fierce...oh so mighty fierce. Amen.  It was about -12.  I headed outta town under darkenin winter skies on an ol' back road I know, through the farmlands...It wasn't even snowin at the time.  But the drifts were formin on the roads from the ferocity of the wind.  I was unprepared.  This is the coldest weather we've had here in a few years.  

    As I came down the road in 4 wheel drive I seen a vehicles headlights shinin toward me at an angle which indicated that she was caught in the ditch.  She had hit the drift and lost control in the thick, dense snow on the road.  I had to break out my chain and dig out the snow under her chassy with my bare hands, then I had to wrap the chain around her somewhere and pull her out.  My hands were turnin,  stiff and swollen within about 2 mins.  It was gettin dark and the wind was howlin.  I could feel and see my fingers literally freezing.  I had to stop fumblin with the chain at one point and get back in my truck to prevent frostbite.

    Even in 4 wheel I couldn't get enough traction to pull her out.  We waited for help, and eventually we got her out.

    It's wicked cold up here.  I wonder how they deal with it in Minnesota...    

    I try to hibernate from about Christmas 'til well, right about now...Or about 2 weeks from now...whenever the cold breaks.  

    Anyway, we love the snow!!!

     :rofl:  ::bandit::  ::hatter::  :skull:  ::dove::  ::stab::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 06, 2007, 04:16:16 PM
    Damn, dude, that sucks.......down here, a few miles away on the coast, guys make a good buck pulling people out of the sand on the beaches that you are still legally allowed to drive on.  I had St. John's County tags on my car the last time I got towed, so I go tthe local rate, plus I tipped the dude out with some nice buds.

    Minnesota?    I'd freeze to death by September......It's 60 degrees here and I think it's chilly.   That damn Florida sunshine gets in your bones, I guess.  Give me 88 degrees and clear skies.......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 06, 2007, 04:22:41 PM
    I love to go walkin out in the wild in a blizzard.

    "Show Your Hand"_A.W.B.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 06, 2007, 04:31:18 PM
    Man--"Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" (popularized by LEd Zep and Quicksilver.  This version, and the Quicksilver Messenger Service one, too, mention "ride Ol' Cherokee up the St. John's river", which is pretty close to these here parts)


    Yardbirds--"Train Kept A Rollin'"

    Thiteenth Floor Elevators--"She Lives In A Time Of Her Own"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 07, 2007, 01:41:27 AM
    Fall Out Boy (live on late night tv)

    Death Cab For Cutie - "Soul Meets Body"
    http://myspacevideo.seesaa.net/article/22782459.html (http://myspacevideo.seesaa.net/article/22782459.html)

    The Shins - Wincing The Night Away

    The Go-Go's - Beauty and the Beat

    Pretenders - Loose Screw
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 07, 2007, 10:53:50 AM
    A.W.B._Cut The Cake

    This is also a 1975 release.  Seems they were pretty creative from 74-75 puttin out 3 albums in 2 years.  On the back cover of 'Cut The Cake' there is a simple dedication accompanied by a photo: "This album is for our friend and brother, Robbie McIntosh"  You can feel the loss in the music.  The music just aint as seductive without McIntosh on the drums and this album aint as tight and complex as it's predecessor.  I think the death of their drummer sent them searchin a little.  It's an alright album but it don't have the playfulness of 'Put It Where You Want It' or their 1974, self-titled record.  Still pretty funky though.  A definate James Brown influence.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 07, 2007, 12:09:41 PM
    AWB_Soul Searching(1976)

    AWB_Shine(1980)

    These 2 are slower, and nowhere near as good as their early stuff.  Shine even has a disco feel to it on certain tunes.  I'd say they never really recovered from the loss of McIntosh.
    Title: the forests will echo with laughter
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 07, 2007, 02:00:29 PM
    Frank Zappa--"Stairway To Heaven"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmFPDYo7Tpo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmFPDYo7Tpo)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 07, 2007, 02:04:52 PM
    Quote from: ""OB kid""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    'Tell you what, 'Put It Where You Want It'(1975) is a real good record.  So far, I think that's the best I've found by them.  They got  rhythym and blues and soul and some sweet horns too.  I'm workin my way through  my AWB records right now.  Dig.


    Feel No  Fret is a good one by them.  Did you know they're from Scotland?

    Yeah...

    I got about 6 of their records.  Not 'Feel No Fret' though.  I'll look for it next trip to the flea market.  I'm glad to know there's good AWB out there that I haven't even heard yet.

    I heard they used to hang out down at the Black in OB back in the day too...


    Yeah.  Now that I done listened closer...'Put It Where You Want It' is almost, and might even be in the phenomenal category.  Or almost 'cause that's some damn fine git down wid dem horns an' all...Slinky funk on the guitar...Phenomenal record.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on February 07, 2007, 02:50:41 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    The Shins - Wincing The Night Away


    very good album, i think, heard it about 2 months ago, there first was good but i think this one's better. how's the weather?
    Title: soundtrack to a stoned afternoon
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 07, 2007, 02:58:29 PM
    Blue Oyster Cult--"Quicklime Girl (Mistress of the Salmon Salts)", "Hot Rails To Hell"

    Led Zeppelin--"The Rover" , "Nobody's Fault But Mine", "Night Flight"

    Husker Du--"Love Is All Around" (theme to the 'Mary Tyler Moore Show'), "Dreams Recurring"

    Keith Richards--"Wicked As It Seems"

    The Kinks--"This Is Where I Belong"

    Kyuss--"Odyssey / Conan Troutman / N.O. / Whitewater"

    Groundhogs--"Split"

    The Stranglers--"Strange Little Girl", "Golden Brown"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 07, 2007, 08:48:40 PM
    Quote from: ""webdiva""
    how's the weather?

    The snow falls hard and don't you know..
    The winds of Thor are blowing cold...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 07, 2007, 08:49:59 PM
    Big Boys - The FAT Elvis

    Television - Adventure

    Heart - "Sing Child" (v)

    Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies (v)

    Joan Armatrading - "Cool Blue Stole My Heart" (v)

    Led Zeppelin - "No Quarter" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 07, 2007, 09:18:17 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""

    Led Zeppelin - "No Quarter" (v)


    Righteous.

    T.Rex_The Slider(on brand new red vinyl)

    Sublime_40 oz. To Freedom(on a brand new vinyl picture disc)

    Dead Kennedys_Frankenchrist(brand new vinyl) Good fuckin punk.  I like it!    ..."...Turn on. Tune in. Cop out...."  

    John Coltrane_Rain Or Shine(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 07, 2007, 09:32:51 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Dead Kennedys_Frankenchrist(brand new vinyl) Good fuckin punk.  I like it!

    "The album was a subject of great controversy because of a poster inserted in the original record sleeve. The poster, H. R. Giger's Landscape #XX, or Penis Landscape, was a painting depicting rows of penises in sexual intercourse. The band was brought to trial for distributing harmful matter to minors, and though the case did not result in a conviction, Biafra's Alternative Tentacles was driven almost to bankruptcy. Only through the support of fans was the label able to stay alive. Biafra came out as a champion of free speech, and was one of the most active opponents of the PMRC."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 08, 2007, 12:17:42 AM
    Yeah. Uhh apparently that old poster don't come with the re-issue.  Thanks for clearin that up for me though.  The inside record sleeve does mention it,  and I was wonderin...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: dragonfly on February 08, 2007, 09:01:38 AM
    Title: the many moods of rtp
    Post by: Anonymous on February 08, 2007, 02:55:04 PM
    Led Zeppelin--"Down By THe Seaside"

    Miles Davis--"Pharoah's Dance", "Miles Runs The Voodoo Down"

    Guns & Roses--"Mr. Brownstone" (live, unplugged)

    Pink Floyd--"See Emily Play"

    Sleep--"Dragonaut"

    Venom--"Raise The Dead"

    Frankie Vaughn--"Tower Of Strength"

    Richard Thompson--"When The Spell Is Broken", "I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight" (w/ Linda Thompson)

    Surgery--"A. K.", "Brother Remington", "Exquisite", "Your Beautiful Smile"

    Antipop Consortium--"Human Shield"
    Title: Re: the many moods of rtp
    Post by: Ganja on February 08, 2007, 03:23:46 PM
    Quote from: ""rtp2k3""
    Richard Thompson--"When The Spell Is Broken"

    Cool tune.. Was it live? I've got "Watching The Dark" the history of RT.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 08, 2007, 03:48:42 PM
    Black Sabbath - "Megalomania"

    Alice Cooper - Love It To Death (v)

    Ellen Foley - Nightout (v)

    Alice Cooper - "Go to Hell" (v)

    K.C.& The Sunshine Band - "That's The Way (I Like It)" (v)
    Title: Re: the many moods of rtp
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 08, 2007, 03:59:24 PM
    Quote from: ""Ganja""
    Quote from: ""rtp2k3""
    Richard Thompson--"When The Spell Is Broken"
    Cool tune.. Was it live? I've got "Watching The Dark" the history of RT.


    No, it was the studio version.

    I've seen RT a couple of times, once in Santa Barbara, CA at theCounty Bowl , opening for Bonnie Raitt.  He kicked ass, playing solo acoustic guitar.  He played "Loch Lomond" from the album he had recently done with HEnry Kaiser, Fred Frith, and some other guy named French, and he did a smoking cover of "Substitute" that blew away The Who's version that I had seen live a couple of weeks earlier (this was the 1989 Who tour, where Townshend stayed in a little soundproof booth, and the band was augmented by more extra musicians than Pink Floyd had.  Not a great tour).  He did another cool song ridiculing the New Age types (of which Santa Barbara had plenty), called "Jerusalem On The Jukebox".  He was roclkin' that afternoon.

    The other time I saw him was in 1990 or '91, in a bar called Club Detroit in downtown St. Petersburg. They used to have shows there during the winter, whereas the much larger Jannus Landing (one of the coolest venues in the country, really) in the courtyard in back was used during the other months.  He played a much more subdued, darker show when I saw him last, doing "Did She Fall Or Was She Pushed" and a couple of Fairport Convention songs, but he ended on an uptempo note with "I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight".
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 08, 2007, 04:55:18 PM
    Scorps_Virgin Killer(v).
    Title: more fun in sunny Florida
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 08, 2007, 06:04:49 PM
    Steely Dan--"Don't Take Me Alive", "Aja"

    Thomas Dolby--"She Blinded Me With Science"

    Bob Marley--"Hammer"

    Guadalcanal Diary--"Little Birds"

    Mission Of Burma--"That's When I Reach For My Revolver"

    Nervous Eaters--"Loretta"

    Suicide--"Cheri, Cheri"

    Mink DeVille--"Let Me Dream If I Want To"
    Title: Re: more fun in sunny Florida
    Post by: Ganja on February 08, 2007, 06:34:47 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP2003""
    Mission Of Burma--"That's When I Reach For My Revolver"

    Great song by them; I was just playing it on my guitar last night.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 08, 2007, 08:08:04 PM
    ELO_A New World Record(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 08, 2007, 09:10:30 PM
    Scorps_World Wide Live(v)

    I was at this show!  Fuck Yeah man!!  The shit on side 1 was all from the San Diego show, 4/26/84
    Title: Starting my own teen rehab
    Post by: Anonymous on February 08, 2007, 11:30:43 PM
    I'm thinking about starting a teen treatment center.  I'll be sure to only take kids that aren't crazy, you know, I don't wanna deal with ones that need psychiatric care.  I'll be cool with them, let them do whatever, get high, fuck each other (I'll provide condoms and birth control), I'll identify known weed dealers so they can be sure to stay away from them, etc.  I'll maker sure they have enough food, I figure a cafeteria style buffet or something would be easiest.  I'll get the kids Playstations and shit, and the only "rules" would be that they have to be cool and act like they're being "rehabilitated" dureing the couple of hours each month the parents see them.  We'l;l charge about 12 grand a month, and will hire a staff of shills to interact with the parents during mandatory parent raps (that are conveniently scheduled, we don't wanna piss the bill payers off too much).  I really think this idea will work, and the kids are better off at my rehab than at a WWASP school or some other sick program   It'll be like Robin Hood, bilking stupid rich programmie parents out of the cash.  We'll even set aside some in a savings account shouold the kids ever feel the need to "cop out", but I don't think they will.  We'll encourage them to go to school, but if they feel that their treatment takes precedence over their education, well, we can handle that.  I'm serious.  If you guys have any suggestions as to locations or other useful suggestions (seriously, I don't wanna read about SIBS, it's funny, I know, the guy who started that joke is one clever SOB, I'll tell ya that, but this is for real)  I think that the kidds will be bettrer off, the parents will be deprived of money that would otherwise be spent enriching some child abuser, and we will profit mightily.  It's a win-win-win situation.  Let me know if you want in on the ground floor of this amazing opportunity.  If we claim that our staff are graduates of "one of the most rigorous rehabilitation programs ever devised" we wouldn't be lying, now would we?
    Title: Re: Starting my own teen rehab
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 09, 2007, 12:14:22 AM
    Quote from: ""rtp2ooE""
    I'm thinking about starting a teen treatment center.  I'll be sure to only take kids that aren't crazy, you know, I don't wanna deal with ones that need psychiatric care.  I'll be cool with them, let them do whatever, get high, fuck each other (I'll provide condoms and birth control), I'll identify known weed dealers so they can be sure to stay away from them, etc.  I'll maker sure they have enough food, I figure a cafeteria style buffet or something would be easiest.  I'll get the kids Playstations and shit, and the only "rules" would be that they have to be cool and act like they're being "rehabilitated" dureing the couple of hours each month the parents see them.  We'l;l charge about 12 grand a month, and will hire a staff of shills to interact with the parents during mandatory parent raps (that are conveniently scheduled, we don't wanna piss the bill payers off too much).  I really think this idea will work, and the kids are better off at my rehab than at a WWASP school or some other sick program   It'll be like Robin Hood, bilking stupid rich programmie parents out of the cash.  We'll even set aside some in a savings account shouold the kids ever feel the need to "cop out", but I don't think they will.  We'll encourage them to go to school, but if they feel that their treatment takes precedence over their education, well, we can handle that.  I'm serious.  If you guys have any suggestions as to locations or other useful suggestions (seriously, I don't wanna read about SIBS, it's funny, I know, the guy who started that joke is one clever SOB, I'll tell ya that, but this is for real)  I think that the kidds will be bettrer off, the parents will be deprived of money that would otherwise be spent enriching some child abuser, and we will profit mightily.  It's a win-win-win situation.  Let me know if you want in on the ground floor of this amazing opportunity.  If we claim that our staff are graduates of "one of the most rigorous rehabilitation programs ever devised" we wouldn't be lying, now would we?


    The real kicker will be after "graduation" when we recommend medical marijuana to both the kids and the parents.
    Title: On Valhalla's BOC PAndora station
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 09, 2007, 01:07:20 PM
    Blue Oyster Cult--"In Thee" (Beautiful song, saw them do it acoustic a couple of years ago with Allen Lanier singing and playing guitar.  Awesome.), "Subhuman" (live), "Flaming Telepaths", "Tenderloin"

    David Bowie--"Be My Wife"

    The Angels--"Face The Day" (great song by an AC/DC-discovered Aussie rock band.  Good rock and roll.  Known as "Angel City" in the US, [to avoid mistaking them for KISS' buddies Angel], they never really hit it big.  I remember listening to them on WJAX-FM, Rock 95, back in my youth.  Damn cool about Pandora, they got a HUGE group of artists they draw their playlists from.  I have heard bands I'd never heard before, and some I haven't heard in years.)

    Rainbow--"Long Live Rock and Roll"  (OK, it's Val's station, so there was bound to be an appearance by that little Elfin twit of whom she is so enamoured.   Personally, I would have taken 'Man On The Silver Mountain', but this is still better than anything he did after leaving Rainbow, except for Heaven And Hell by Black Sabbath.  Plus, Ritchie Blackmore is pretty cool, even if Rainbow isn't as good as Deep Purple was.)

    Black Sabbath--"Dirty Women"  (not their best)

    Bloodrock--"Jessica"

    The Kinks--"(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman" (live)

    Judas Priest--"Rocka Rolla"

    Humble Pie--"Go For THe Throat"
    Title: sometimes I get bored and do nothing
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 09, 2007, 08:57:15 PM
    The Cars--"Don Cha Stop", "Bye Bye Love"

    Hawkwind--"Urban Guerilla"

    Echo & The Bunnymen--"Soul Kitchen"

    The Stranglers--"Golden Brown", "No More Heroes", "No Mercy", "La Folie", "Tank"

    Kaiser Chiefs--"Moon", "I Predict A Riot"

    Novatone--"Goods"

    Devo--"Beautiful World", "Secret Agent Man"

    The Fall--"Deadbeat Descendent", "Kurious Oranj"

    RTP2003 fought in defense of the Old Republic
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 09, 2007, 10:36:24 PM
    Put It Where You Want It.

    We got it.  You know we got it right here.  We got the shit man!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 09, 2007, 10:38:26 PM
    :lol: (access to all my friendly emotocons denied!!! :cry2: )
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 09, 2007, 10:44:23 PM
    Is this the gettin there thread...(lookin around sorta like....)...??  got my scanner on.  I seen there was a drunk thread somewhere but I aint there yet, jus' gettin there still, so I am...on some Jamaican rum.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Ganja on February 09, 2007, 10:58:05 PM
    That "post while drunk" thread is on open free for all.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 09, 2007, 11:02:20 PM
    Yeah.  Says you.

    ...(j/k)

    Le's see...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 10, 2007, 02:24:41 AM
    Chrome--"Zombie Warfare (Can't Let You Down)"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 10, 2007, 09:23:55 AM
    The Shit - "Bombs Away" (on an old vhs tape)

    Black Sabbath - "The Thrill of It All"

    The Knack (v)

    Kiss - "Detroit Rock City" (a later live version- on the radio)

    Echo & The Bunnymen - Porcupine (v)

    Neil Young - Silver & Gold
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on February 11, 2007, 01:18:12 AM
    Quote from: ""dragonfly""
    the soundtrack from the Muppet Show (music, mayhem and more!)

    mini-disc recording of 8 or 9 victims of Straight talking in the IHOP on November 12th

    mini-disc recording of me and my grandmother singing in church, with a sermon on the conversion of Saul/Paul


     :lol: You sound like me listening to Sesame Street songs!

    I'd love to hear that recording from the IHOP...I bet that is damn good!!!
    Title: Re: On Valhalla's BOC PAndora station
    Post by: Valhalla on February 11, 2007, 01:36:38 AM
    Quote from: ""RTP2003""
    Blue Oyster Cult--"In Thee" (Beautiful song, saw them do it acoustic a couple of years ago with Allen Lanier singing and playing guitar.  Awesome.), "Subhuman" (live), "Flaming Telepaths", "Tenderloin"

    Rainbow--"Long Live Rock and Roll"  (OK, it's Val's station, so there was bound to be an appearance by that little Elfin twit of whom she is so enamoured.   Personally, I would have taken 'Man On The Silver Mountain', but this is still better than anything he did after leaving Rainbow, except for Heaven And Hell by Black Sabbath.  Plus, Ritchie Blackmore is pretty cool, even if Rainbow isn't as good as Deep Purple was.)

    Black Sabbath--"Dirty Women"  (not their best)

    Judas Priest--"Rocka Rolla"


    I love 'In Thee'!  Great song!  I bet the accoustic rendition is even better than what I've heard.

    And  :lol:  :rofl: about your comment about 'that little Elfin twit of whom she is so enamoured'!  Yeah, well...he's got a great voice!  He DOES, indeed, look like a Satanic elf, tho... :lol: Maybe part of the charm, I dunno...  'Man on the Silver Mountain' is a great tune!  And 'Wishing Well' is good and all!

    Did you use Pandora for anything by Ritchie Blackmore?  He made Blackmore's Night...kind of a a Renaissance Rock.  It's good.

    Never heard of 'Dirty Women' or 'Rocka Rolla'.  Were on earth have I been?!  :-?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on February 11, 2007, 01:53:26 AM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    The Knack (v)



    Would that happen to have 'Good Girls Don't' and 'My Sharona' on it?!  :lol:  

    Too bad they were 2-hit wonders!
    Title: Re: Starting my own teen rehab
    Post by: Valhalla on February 11, 2007, 02:05:09 AM
    Quote from: ""RTP2003""
    Quote from: ""rtp2ooE""
    I'm thinking about starting a teen treatment center.  I'll be sure to only take kids that aren't crazy, you know, I don't wanna deal with ones that need psychiatric care.  I'll be cool with them, let them do whatever, get high, fuck each other (I'll provide condoms and birth control), I'll identify known weed dealers so they can be sure to stay away from them, etc.  I'll maker sure they have enough food, I figure a cafeteria style buffet or something would be easiest.  I'll get the kids Playstations and shit, and the only "rules" would be that they have to be cool and act like they're being "rehabilitated" dureing the couple of hours each month the parents see them.  We'l;l charge about 12 grand a month, and will hire a staff of shills to interact with the parents during mandatory parent raps (that are conveniently scheduled, we don't wanna piss the bill payers off too much).  I really think this idea will work, and the kids are better off at my rehab than at a WWASP school or some other sick program   It'll be like Robin Hood, bilking stupid rich programmie parents out of the cash.  We'll even set aside some in a savings account shouold the kids ever feel the need to "cop out", but I don't think they will.  We'll encourage them to go to school, but if they feel that their treatment takes precedence over their education, well, we can handle that.  I'm serious.  If you guys have any suggestions as to locations or other useful suggestions (seriously, I don't wanna read about SIBS, it's funny, I know, the guy who started that joke is one clever SOB, I'll tell ya that, but this is for real)  I think that the kidds will be bettrer off, the parents will be deprived of money that would otherwise be spent enriching some child abuser, and we will profit mightily.  It's a win-win-win situation.  Let me know if you want in on the ground floor of this amazing opportunity.  If we claim that our staff are graduates of "one of the most rigorous rehabilitation programs ever devised" we wouldn't be lying, now would we?

    The real kicker will be after "graduation" when we recommend medical marijuana to both the kids and the parents.


     :rofl:
    Sounds good to me!  I guess you wouldn't be needing my resume...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 11, 2007, 07:11:47 PM
    Bruce Springsteen - Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. (v)

    Ted Nugent - "Free-For-All"
    Queen - "Fat Bottomed Girls"
    Heart - "Barracuda"

    The Shins - Wincing The Night Away

    Pottymouth - GiddyPopJunk

    The Who - "Circles"
    Blonde Redhead - "Bean"
    Ride - "Black Night Crash"
    Karma to Burn - "28" (on you tube)

    Can - Future Days
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 13, 2007, 05:16:39 PM
    patti smith group - Radio Ethiopia (v)

    Neil Young - "I'm The Ocean"

    Brian Eno & David Byrne - my life in the bush of ghosts

    The Stick Men - This^Is^The . . . Master^Brew (v)

    That Shins CD again.

    Bob Dylan - the full length performances from Scorsese's No Direction Home
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 14, 2007, 07:53:56 PM
    Neil Young - Mirror Ball

    The Sex Pistols - "New York"; "EMI" (v)

    Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde (v)

    Siouxsie & The Banshees - Kaleidoscope
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on February 14, 2007, 11:08:49 PM
    An endless looping 8 second sound byte for my advanced character animation class assignment. (We have to animate the rig to act out the dialogue.)

    "All... I...know... is that.. there was (laugh)..  there were rumors... he was into field hockey players... There were rumors..."

    To be fair, it IS from an album. (Surfer Rosa)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 15, 2007, 12:48:06 AM
    Riverdance- 'Music from the Show'

    Great music...you just can't help but get up and give it a go!  :lol:

    V.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Antigen on February 15, 2007, 02:28:41 AM
    Local dude named Bill Tech, Snake Dance
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 16, 2007, 03:05:08 PM
    Toots and the Maytals_Funky Kingston,

    on vinyl, baby  ::bandit::  :skull:  ::hatter::  ::dove::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Ganja on February 16, 2007, 08:51:15 PM
    Quote
    Toots and the Maytals_Funky Kingston,

    I love that song; it's probably their best.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 17, 2007, 12:34:27 AM
    "Fuck You" by Godsmack

    "GUL:AG" by some "whacko who wants to legalize drugs"

    NIB Black Sabbath

    Train Train  Blackfoot


    A 30 second or so part of some weird soundtrack from an OLD vampire movie, LOL

     8-)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Infinity on February 17, 2007, 01:57:48 AM
    "William Tell & Other Favorite Overtures"

    Yep. Classical music geek here. :)

    (I also like a lot of modern stuff, so I'm not that geeky. Really.)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Ganja on February 17, 2007, 08:30:19 PM
    A tape of prank calls that this guy I work with & some friend of his recorded when they were 15. :rofl:

    Really funny stuff; some of it was obviously inspired by the jerky boys. We listened to it while we were riding around getting high between jobs..
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Valhalla on February 20, 2007, 12:24:36 AM
    Bruce Springsteen - 'Born in the USA'

    Bruce's 'The Seeger Sessions - We Shall Overcome'....'Froggie Went A Courtin' is a great tune!  :lol:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 20, 2007, 01:42:11 AM
    The Shins - "Black Wave"; "Spilt Needles"

    The Big Boys - The FAT Elvis

    Cheap Trick (1977)
    Quote
    1. ELO Kiddies
    2. Daddy Should Have Stayed In High School
    3. Taxman, Mr. Thief
    4. Cry, Cry
    5. Oh, Candy
    6. Hot Love
    7. Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace
    8. He's A Whore
    9. Mandocello
    10. Ballad Of TV Violence
    11. Lovin' Money - (outtake)
    12. I Want You To Want Me - (outtake)
    13. Lookout - (previously unreleased, outtake)
    14. You're All Talk - (previously unreleased, outtake)
    15. I Dig Go-Go Girls - (previously unreleased, outtake)

    Bob Dylan - "Mr. Tambourine Man" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 21, 2007, 10:08:50 PM
    AWB_"Show Your Hand", "Twilight Zone"(v)

    Stevie Wonder_"Big Brother", "Blame It On the Sun", "You Are the Sunshine Of My Life"(v)

    Black Sabbath_"Wheels of Confusion", "Tomorrows Dream", "Changes"(v)

    Toots and the Maytals_Funky Kingston(v)

    Motorhead_No Sleep Til Hammersmith(v)

    Dead Kennedys_Frankenchrist(v)

    Iron Maiden_"Prowler", "Remember Tomorrow"(v)

    Thievery Corp.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 22, 2007, 12:23:52 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Black Sabbath_"Wheels of Confusion", "Tomorrows Dream", "Changes"(v)

    Think I'll listen to some of that today; I have Volume IV on vinyl too.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 22, 2007, 02:41:52 PM
    Lou Reed - Coney Island Baby

    Bob Dylan - "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" (v)

    The Replacements - Don't You Know Who I Think I Was?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 22, 2007, 04:33:11 PM
    Suicide--"Frankie Teardrop", "Ghost Rider"

    Sisters of Mercy--"Vision Thing"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"7 Screaming Diz-busters"

    Ramones--"Rockaway Beach"

    The Damned--"Plan 9 Channel 7", "Problem Child"

    Richard Hell & The Voidoids--"Kid With The Replaceable Head"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 22, 2007, 06:15:55 PM
    Tom Waits - "I Don't Want To Grow Up" (http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzKiqk2iynY)

    Kiss - Rock And Roll Over

    Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home (v)

    Black Sabbath - "Supernaut"; "Snowblind"; "St. Vitus' Dance" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 22, 2007, 07:45:21 PM
    The Mermen--"Meandher"

    Ennio Morricone--"The Good , The Bad, & The Ugly (Main Title)"

    Man Or Astroman?--"King Of The Monsters"

    The Hellecasters--"Peter Gunn"

    Solvent--"Spin Cycle"

    General Midi--"On THe Run"

    Tone--"Sticks"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on February 22, 2007, 08:40:28 PM
    Quote
    Man Or Astroman?--"King Of The Monsters"


     ::drummer::  ::drummer::  ::drummer::  ::drummer::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::

    You know, we really need a surf emoticon. Bossa Nova wouldn't be too bad, either.

    I'm assuming, based on your usericon, that you are a fan of the residents. Did you ever hear their cover of Prince's 1999? Oh man, it was sweet.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 22, 2007, 10:04:57 PM
    Quote from: ""try another castle""
    Quote
    Man Or Astroman?--"King Of The Monsters"

     ::drummer::  ::drummer::  ::drummer::  ::drummer::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::  ::rocker::

    You know, we really need a surf emoticon. Bossa Nova wouldn't be too bad, either.

    I'm assuming, based on your usericon, that you are a fan of the residents. Did you ever hear their cover of Prince's 1999? Oh man, it was sweet.


    No, I haven't heard that one.  I can only imagine what they do to that song.  I'm a really big fan of their 13th Anniversary live stuff, both the regular album and the fan club/bootleg stuff.  That was when the one eyeball head got stolen and replaced by the skull.  If you listen to the album, which was recorded before the theft, and compare it to post-theft shows on the tour, you can tell they were pissed off and the music took a much darker turn.  "Cry For The Fire" on the live album is the sickest, most twisted, soul=stirring guitar solo ever recorded. RIP, Snakefinger.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 23, 2007, 01:06:07 PM
    Deadsy--"The Key To Gramercy Park", "She Likes Big Words", "Brand New Love" (Sebadoh), "Tom Sawyer" (Rush), "The Elements", "Flowing Glower"

    The Lemonheads--"It's A Shame About Ray", "My Drug Buddy", "Rudderless"

    Husker Du--"Something I Learned Today", "Broken Home, Broken Heart", "Never Talking To You Again", "Chartered Trips", "Dreams Reoccurring", "Indecision Time", "Hare Krsna"

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs--"Golden Lion"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 23, 2007, 01:32:43 PM
    Black Flag - "Rise Above"; "American Waste"

    David Bowie - Lodger (v)

    Iggy Pop - The Idiot (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 23, 2007, 07:41:59 PM
    Eddie Hazel_"California Dreamin"(v.)

    The Gabby Pahinui Hawaiian Band_"Aloha ka Manini"(v.)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 24, 2007, 12:24:00 AM
    Diamonda Galas-"Burning Hell"

    Yoko Ono--"Ask The Dragon"

    King Crimson--"Red", "One More Red Nightmare"

    Les Dudek--"Gypsy Ride"

    Keith Richards & The X-Pensive Winos--"Wicked As It Seems"

    Cream--"Spoonful"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 24, 2007, 02:35:47 AM
    Kiss - Double Platinum

    Neil Young - "Powderfinger" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 24, 2007, 10:57:49 AM
    Lou Reed- Coney Island Baby; "Downtown Dirt"

    Neil Young - "Southern Pacific" (v)

    Bob Dylan - "One Too Many Mornings" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 24, 2007, 01:44:30 PM
    The Clash - "Career Opportunities"; Garageland"; "Jail Guitar Doors"; "The Prisoner"

    The Replacements - "Takin A Ride"; "Shiftless When Idle"; "Kids Don't Follow"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on February 24, 2007, 02:45:48 PM
    Tom Waits--"Hang On St. Christopher"

    Chrome--"Electric Chair", "Zombie Warfare (Can't Let You Down)"

    Suicide--A Way Of Life (Check out the live version of "Dominic Christ", it's fucking sick.)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 24, 2007, 04:26:24 PM
    The Grateful Dead - Madison, WI 2-15-73 :tup: :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 24, 2007, 06:04:50 PM
    under the needle now: Grateful Dead_Europe '72(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 25, 2007, 12:31:37 PM
    B.O.C._"Then Came the Last Days of May"(v)...love the guitar lead and my favorite part of the song is when the back ups sing: "...what luck..."

    The Superdudes_Superdude Movie Sounds(v)...its taken me a while to even figure out what this is, but now it seems like an album of movie soundtrack hits taken from all the mainstream black hustler films of the 70's.  I can't tell from the paragraph on the back cover whether the Superdudes are made up of the main core of studio musicians who performed the originals or not.  Considering the ambiguity, I think not.  In which case these would be the cover versions of:

    "Superfly" (C.Mayfield)
    "Freddies Dead"(C.Mayfield)
    "Slaughter"(Billy Preston)
    "Time Is Tight(From "Uptight")(Booker T. Jones)
    "Bumpy's Lament"(From "Shaft")(Isaac Hayes)

    "Theme From Shaft"(Isaac Hayes)
    "Bumpy's Blues"(Isaac Hayes)
    "Trouble Man"(Marvin Gaye)
    "Symphony For Shafted Souls"(The Big Chase)(from "Shaft's" Big Score)(Gordon Parks)

    ;by the Superdudes.  Pretty cool.  

    George Harrison_Darkhorse(v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2007, 12:39:40 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    "Trouble Man"(Marvin Gaye)

    A friend of mine had this album; a good soundtrack as I recall.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 25, 2007, 02:10:20 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    "Trouble Man"(Marvin Gaye)
    A friend of mine had this album; a good soundtrack as I recall.


    Hey, El Nino, hows it goin ??  Know anything about the Superdudes ??  Like I said The back cover is rather ambiguous...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2007, 02:20:32 PM
    Hey, Starry.. ah, pretty good. .

    No., your guess is as good as mine...

    I would have to hear it in order to perhaps tell whether or not they were the original cuts.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on February 25, 2007, 02:42:58 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Hey, Starry.. ah, pretty good. .

    No., your guess is as good as mine...

    I would have to hear it in order to perhaps tell whether or not they were the original cuts.


    Ahh well.  Thanks anyhow.  

    I really enjoy your forum here.  Keep up the good work.

    You know what ??  I gotta a Curtis Mayfield record here somewhere, with "Superfly" on it.  I'll check it out.  I think they're covers though.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2007, 04:34:38 PM
    Grateful Dead - Fillmore East 4-29-71 set II

    The Clash- "Safe European Home", "Tommy Gun"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 25, 2007, 07:22:03 PM
    The Clash - "Death or Glory"; "Clampdown"; "Bankrobber"

    Big Boys - The FAT Elvis
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2007, 05:50:07 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Grateful Dead - Fillmore East 4-29-71 set II



    That's a damn good one, one of the recordings that first piqued my interest in the Grateful Dead.

    rtp2k3
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2007, 10:43:43 PM
    Tom Waits--"Clap Hands", "A Sweet Little Bullet From A Pretty Blue Gun", "Sixteen Sheels From A Thirty Ought Six"

    RTP2003
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on February 27, 2007, 12:18:10 AM
    Chrome--"TV As Eyes"

    Suicide--"Che", "Frankie Teardrop"

    Fields Of The Nephilim--"Dust"

    John Lennon--"God"

    Afrika Bambaata--"Zulu Groove"

    Hawkwind--"Damnation Alley", "Urban Guerilla"

    Stalk-Forrest Group--"Bonomo's Turkish Taffy"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Ursus on February 27, 2007, 12:35:44 AM
    RTP - I had perhaps similar problem this evening... Ginger suggested clearing my cookies and that did the trick for me.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 27, 2007, 10:19:16 AM
    Rolling Stones - "Sway", "Moonlight Mile" (v)

    J.S. Bach - Concerto for oboe & violin

    Miles Davis - On The Corner
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on February 27, 2007, 11:11:46 PM
    Funkadelic - Free Your Mind... (v)

    The Replacements - "Takin A Ride"

    Urge Overkill - "What's this Generation Coming To?"

    Aerosmith- "Toys In The Attic", "Uncle Salty" (v)

    Cream - "Dance the Night Away" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2007, 08:57:39 AM
    Stan Getz / Joao Gilberto

    The Beatles - Abbey Road (side 2)

    Rolling Stones- Beggars Banquet

    Fleetwood Mac - "Sands of Time", "Morning Rain", "Future Games"

    (all vinyl)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2007, 09:40:29 AM
    Quote from: ""RTP can't log in.......""
    John Lennon--"God"

    Great song; from this LP I also like "I Found Out" and "Working Class Hero."
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2007, 03:15:27 PM
    Hasil Adkins - Out to Hunch (v)

    the Hassassins - solar lottery (v)

    Snakefinger - Chewing Hides the Sound (v)

    KISS - Rock And Roll Over
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 01, 2007, 06:15:56 PM
    Raveonettes--"Red Tan", "Attack of the Ghost Riders", "Beat City", "Do You Believe Her"

    Led Zeppelin--"Nobody's Fault But Mine", "Four Sticks", "Friends"

    The Who--"Armenia City In The Sky", "The Naked Eye", "My Wife", "A Trick Of The Light"

    The Kinks--"Victoria", "David Watts", "Death Of A CLown"

    Cat Mother and the All-Night News Boys--"Can You Dance To It?"

    Steve Miller--"My Friend"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"The Revenge Of Vera Gemini", "(This Ain't) The Summer Of Love"

    Chrome--"You've Been Duplicated", "Perfumed Metal"

    Public Image Ltd.--"Bags"

    The Damned--"The Eighth Day", "Plan 9 Channel 7", "New Rose", "Neat Neat Neat", "Smash It Up (Pt. 1 & 2)", "Wait For The Blackout"

    Hellacopters--"Time Got No Time To Wait For Me", "By The Grace Of God", "Where The Action Is", "Crimson Ballroom", "Alright Already Now", "I've Only Got The Shakes"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2007, 06:41:10 PM
    Quote from: ""RTP2003""
    Public Image Ltd.--"Bags"

    The Damned--"The Eighth Day", "Plan 9 Channel 7", "New Rose", "Neat Neat Neat", "Smash It Up (Pt. 1 & 2)"

    I have that PIL album; I put on side 2 so I can hear this song...
    I used to listen to this album a lot back in 1985 when I was staying with a friend who had it.

    If you ever end up swinging by here, the first thing I'll play for you will be the live Damned LP I post about on here (Shepperton 1980).  

    The next PIL song is on now.. "Home".. cool song...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 01, 2007, 11:35:38 PM
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever to Tell

    Urge Overkill - Saturation

    PIL- Album (v)

    Mozart - String Quartet in E flat (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 02, 2007, 05:38:37 PM
    The Clash - "Career Opportunities", "Capitol Radio One", "Complete Control", "Clash City Rockers"

    Parliament - "Gamin' On Ya"

    The Jacksons - "All Night Dancin'" (v)

    Mother's Finest - "Piece of The Rock" (v)

    Rip Rig + Panic - "hey mr. E! a gran grin with a shake of smile." (v)

    Gene Ammons - Boss Tenor (v)

    Charles Mingus - "Fables of Faubus", "Slop", "Gunslinging Bird" (v)

    Television - Adventure
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 04, 2007, 02:41:35 PM
    The Dandy Warhols - "Get Off"

    The Replacements - "Takin a Ride"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 04, 2007, 03:12:53 PM
    'the program song' by "the program dropout"


      http://www.myspace.com/programsong (http://www.myspace.com/programsong)  

     :rofl:  :lol:  :wink:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 04, 2007, 09:39:49 PM
    Afrika Bambaata--"World Destruction (Meltdown Remix)"  (with John Lydon on vox)

    James Brown--"Living In America"

    Dandy Warhols--"Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth", "We Used To Be Friends"

    Blue Oyster Cult--"Imaginos", "I Am The One You WArned Me Of", The Seige and Investiture of Baron Von Frankenstein's Castle at Weisseria", "In The Presence Of Another World", "Les Invisibles", "Magna Of Illusion", "Del Rio's Song" "Astronomy" (1988 rerecording)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 04, 2007, 11:32:57 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    'the program song' by "the program dropout"


      http://www.myspace.com/programsong (http://www.myspace.com/programsong)  

     :rofl:  :lol:  :wink:

    Isn't that special? :lol:

    Not bad; is that you ??
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 05, 2007, 01:50:03 AM
    Suicide--"23 Minutes Over Brussels" (live), "Jukebox Baby"

    The Who--"We're Not Gonna Take It", "Amazing Journey"

    The Stranglers--"Non Stop", "Bring On The Nubiles", "Tank", Something Better Change"

    The Hives--"Die, Alright!",  "Hate To Say I Told You So"

    The Raveonettes--"Beat City", "Love In A Trash Can", "Heartbreak Stroll"

    Chrome--"Perfumed Metal"

    The Undertones--"When Saturday Comes"

    Stalk-Forrest Group--"I'm On The Lamb But I Ain't No Sheep", "Gil Blanco County", "A Fact About Sneakers"

    The Nouvells--"Almost There"

    Kult--"No Home Tonight"

    Syd Barrett--"Feel"

    The Low Frequency In Stereo--"21"

    Sloan--"Flying High Again"

    The Nazz--"Train Kept A Rollin'"

    Bo Diddley--"Bo Diddley Put The Rock In Rock and Roll"

    Motorhead--"One Night Stand"

    Kyuss--"Mondo Generator"

    King Crimson--"One More Red Nightmare"

    Iron Butterfly--"In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"  (long version, great song for TBPITW + Nitrous Oxide)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 05, 2007, 04:08:25 PM
    The Replacements - "Shiftless When Idle", "Kids Don't Follow"

    Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti

    Nation of Ulysses - "Look Out! Soul Is Back", "Spectra Sonic Sound"

    Black Market Baby - "America's Youth"

    Sonic Youth - "Dirty Boots" (live)

    Killdozer - "Grandma Smith Said A Curious Thing"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 05, 2007, 06:33:30 PM
    Hey Druggies,

    check out the streaming Sabbath shows (and many others, that's just the one I'm listening to now....) over at wolfgang's vault.   It's Bill Graham's personal tape archives, bought when a bill for a storage space went unpaid.

    Go to wolfgang'svault.com  You gotta register, but it's free.  Cool shit to burn now before they get shut down *they are in litigation now).

    Enjoy it while it lasts, I'm checking out a '75 Sabbath show right now.  Fucking "Spiral Architecht"!!
    Title: Pink Floyd from the Fillmore, 1969
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 05, 2007, 07:25:16 PM
    http://concerts.wolfgangsvault.com/Conc ... 541&rsid=9 (http://concerts.wolfgangsvault.com/ConcertDetail.aspx?id=1143%7c5541&rsid=9)

    Here's a link to a Pink Floyd show from '69 in San Francisco, CA at the Filmore Auditorium.  Good shit.
    Title: Re: Pink Floyd from the Fillmore, 1969
    Post by: Froderik on March 06, 2007, 11:16:00 AM
    Cool, man! Thanks for posting that here!

    Maybe someone can make a profile on there that we could all login to....  :exclaim:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 06, 2007, 11:32:30 AM
    Wire - Pink Flag :tup:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 06, 2007, 12:08:18 PM
    DEVO, live show from 1981.  Dig it, Spud Boy.

    http://concerts.wolfgangsvault.com/Conc ... 541&rsid=9 (http://concerts.wolfgangsvault.com/ConcertDetail.aspx?id=1143%7c5541&rsid=9)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 06, 2007, 01:22:33 PM
    Now I'm really gonna have to get logged into this thing!
    (The pink floyd link came up instead, btw..)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 06, 2007, 01:38:44 PM
    Goddam, RTP... that site is cool as shit!!
    Anything we can do to keep it up and running? Any petition going around?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 06, 2007, 04:12:24 PM
    Pink Floyd (from RTP's link)

    Allman Brothers Band- Jun 27, 1971 (also from there)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 06, 2007, 07:16:39 PM
    Aerosmith - "S.O.S. (Too Bad)" Sep 15th, 1975

    The Band - Jan 14th, 1974

    Black Sabbath - Aug 5th, 1975

    Devo - Nov 5th, 1981
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 06, 2007, 10:34:27 PM
    Jimi Hendrix Experience - Oct 11th, 1968

    The Faces - "Take a Look at The Guy" 1975

    Van Morrison - Nov 1978

    Neil Young - Mar 1975

    U2 - May 1983
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 06, 2007, 10:59:09 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Goddam, RTP... that site is cool as shit!!
    Anything we can do to keep it up and running? Any petition going around?


    They've got a pretty good defense mounted.   Hopefully they will kick RIAA ass in court.  Until then, rip as much shit as you can......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 06, 2007, 11:35:32 PM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Goddam, RTP... that site is cool as shit!!
    Anything we can do to keep it up and running? Any petition going around?


    As you probably know by now, this stuff was found in legendary concert promoter Bill Graham's private stash of concert tapes.  This is a historic treasure trove of musical archives that are available to us at this time, and hopefully forever.  

    There's legal hassles abreast,  but according to the article I read yesterday (I'll try to find a link), the guys are putting up a serious fight, they aren't going to roll over on this one.  Fuck the RIAA and the entire industry.  They've been ripping off musicians and music lovers for a damn long time, now they are whining because new technology derails their gravy train.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 07, 2007, 12:23:13 AM
    Quote from: ""El Niño""
    Black Sabbath - Aug 5th, 1975

    That show is insane........I've heard the Ontario Motor Speedway show from '74, on a bootleg CD called "Cannabis Confusion",  it's a pretty wild show, too.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on March 07, 2007, 05:20:01 AM
    JAWS - Gunpoint Poetry

    Skinny Puppy - Too Dark Park

    Sister Double Happiness - Uncut
    Title: more fun from Uncle Bobo's vault
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 07, 2007, 12:38:32 PM
    The Kinks--7/14/74 Hippodrome Theatre, London, UK
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 07, 2007, 12:42:40 PM
    Here's a link that tells a bit about the legal jive that RIAA and a few rich rock stars are throwing down.  The owners of the vault are countersuing.  Fuck the RIAA.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070305/mus ... iHolhxFb8C (http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070305/music_nm/lawsuit_dc;_ylt=Ak1sS2Tibali.GcL_viHolhxFb8C)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 07, 2007, 05:42:43 PM
    America - Sep 5, 1982

    Miles Davis Quintet - Mar 6 & 7, 1970
    Title: Where The Pyramid Meets The Eye
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 07, 2007, 10:54:43 PM
    Quote from: ""try another castle""

    Sister Double Happiness -


    Did a most excellent cover of one of my favorite Roky Erickson songs on the tribute album to Roky & The 13th Floor Elevators, Where The Pyramid Meets The Eye.  Bonus points if you can tell me which one they did.

    Chillin' to a Traffic show from 1973 in SF, I believe, on Wolfgang's vault.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 08, 2007, 10:49:13 AM
    Little Feat_The Last Record Album(v)

    George Benson_While the City Sleeps(v), _Good King Bad(v)

    Jethro Tull_"Skating Away On the Thin Ice Of a new Day", "Bungle in the Jungle"(cassette), "Teacher"(v)

    Black Sabbath_self titled album(looks like an English import, copyright, 1982), on clear vinyl: "Paranoid", "Warpigs", "Iron Man" and "Fairies Wear Boots"(all standard versions)

    also some good George Thorogood and Motorhead(who I'm likin more and more) on my friends sirius
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 08, 2007, 11:14:44 AM
    I'm bummed man.  I can't get onto Wolfgangs Vault.  Such a tease to see all the cool stuff ya'lls been enjoyin.  I think I have that fucked up learnin disability that was mentioned on that one post on the $tr8 survivors forum.  The one that comes from being held captive too long.  Would love to see the Sabbath and Traffic.  2 of my favorite bands!

    Do you have to have high speed DSL for that or what ??  I only have dial up.   :-?
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 08, 2007, 11:51:46 AM
    Have you registered yet? I'll assume you have. Have you tried playing one of the concerts? What happened?

    Over dial-up, it will take longer to actually connect with the stream itself, but you might be able to do it. Be patient and just see what happens. Once the stream starts coming thru, it's just a question of whether or not it will play correctly without interruption caused by buffering or whatever. As far as I can see there is no link to actually download these concerts to your machine, but that would take too long over dial-up anyway, so don't worry about it.

    Ftr, I've been able to listen to other streaming media over dial up; it played fine.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 08, 2007, 12:10:44 PM
    Hrmn...OK... :lol: .  Thanks Frod.  I think I registered.  I don't fuckin remember.  I must have.  Yeah, I did.  Then I patiently observed my breath and clicked play.  Nothin happened.  

    Such is life.  I think I might be a moron or something.  I guess it's alright though, I often find that few things make any sense anyway.

    I'll give it another shot next time I'm up to the kick.

    Meanwhile...

    000000000000000110100001001010100100000100000000000011111111
    110help I'm10100001110drownin in 1001100011100101technology!10100
    110010010001001110101001001001011001001001001010000100101111

    Anh. Fuck it all anyway!...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 08, 2007, 12:28:13 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    000000000000000110100001001010100100000100000000000011111111
    110help I'm10100001110drownin in 1001100011100101technology!10100
    110010010001001110101001001001011001001001001010000100101111

    Anh. Fuck it all anyway!...

     :rofl:  :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 08, 2007, 12:43:57 PM
    :lol:  Aughhhh...I think I'll drink a cerveza.  What time is it ??  ::bandit::  ::cheers::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on March 08, 2007, 07:23:45 PM
    Aimee Mann - Lost in Space
    Wendy and Lisa - Girlbros.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 09, 2007, 12:38:04 AM
    Grateful Dead - Jul 2, 1971

    Grateful Dead - Nov 24, 1978
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 09, 2007, 05:53:01 PM
    As I write...

    "...Whisper on a scream doesn't change a thing
    Doesn't bring you back.  Blue on Black..."_Kenny Wayne Sheppard

    On 93.3 outta Cleveland.  NCD(93.3) rules for featurin this song.  Damn.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 10, 2007, 12:50:37 AM
    Fleetwood Mac - Jun 7, 1975

    Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Cotton Fields"

    Blondie - "Hanging on the Telephone", "Will Anything Happen?" Nov 4, 1978

    Led Zeppelin - "Sick Again" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 10, 2007, 12:46:33 PM
    Handel_(part of)The Messiah(v)

    Rick Wakeman(from Yes) and the London Symphomy Orchestra and the English Chamber Choir_Journey to the Center of the Earth, recorded live,in concert at the Royal Festival Hall London, on Friday, Jan. 18th, 1974.  -This is an adaptation of Jules Vernes famous early sci-fci tale to a rock opera.(v)

    George Benson_Good King Bad(v)

    Anyone else familiar with the Center of the Earth ??  I really like it.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 10, 2007, 03:30:58 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""

    Anyone else familiar with the Center of the Earth ??  I really like it.


    Yeah, check out "Six Wives of Henry the 8th " .  

    Any luck getting onto Wolfgang's with dial up?  I know you'd really like it.  They have an AWB show from 1975, I think.

    RTP2003
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 10, 2007, 04:25:29 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Anyone else familiar with the Center of the Earth ??  I really like it.

    I remember that album! I had forgotten what it was called until now, so thanks! I used to listen to that one with an 8th grade friend of mine; it was his album. Pretty good from what I recall. I'm somewhat into Steve Howe (great guitarist) & Yes anyway.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 10, 2007, 04:28:05 PM
    Quote from: ""rtp2k3""
    Yeah, check out "Six Wives of Henry the 8th "

    Yeah, I remember that title! Sorry, you guys are taking me down memory lane with this...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 10, 2007, 04:30:37 PM
    David Bowie - All Saints
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 15, 2007, 10:19:57 AM
    Sly & The Family Stone - 1968

    Flatt & Scruggs (v)

    The Psychedelic Furs - Oct 28, 1982

    Stellar Garbage Redux (SubGenius) - Google Video

    KC & The Sunshine Band - "Boogie Man"

    Tim Buckley - Happy Sad (v)

    The Raveonettes - "Sleepwalking"

    C.C.R. - "The Midnight Special", "Effigy"

    Little Feat - Dixie Chicken (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: try another castle on March 15, 2007, 06:38:30 PM
    The Breeders' Pod demos from 1988. Very weird. Some songs unreleased, others ended up on different albums, one even with different lyrics and name.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 18, 2007, 12:23:08 PM
    Camper Van Beethoven - New Roman Times

    Patti Smith CBGB's Aug 11, 1979

    Shane McGowan
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 18, 2007, 09:59:11 PM
    Romeo Void - Never Say Never

    Patti Smith - Privilege (Set Me Free) (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 19, 2007, 10:01:30 AM
    the flintstones
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 20, 2007, 09:15:00 PM
    The Beatles - "I Want You (She's so heavy)"

    Patti Smith Group - "25th Floor" » "High on Rebellion" (v)

    The Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 21, 2007, 11:20:13 PM
    Lucinda Williams - "Are You Alright?" (live on the Late Show)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 22, 2007, 12:58:05 AM
    3o Seconds to Mars - From Yesterday
    Anna Nalick - Breathe
    Angels & Airwaves - The Adventure
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 22, 2007, 01:48:07 AM
    The Fray - How to Save a Life
    My Chemical Romance - Welcome to the Black Parade
    Oasis - Wonderwall
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 22, 2007, 02:31:15 AM
    i cant help it the music keeps playin so i keep postin! lol


    Mother Love Bone - Stardog Champion
    Nirvana - In Bloom
    Bush - Little Things
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 05:16:41 AM
    Quote from: ""rtp2k3""
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""

    Anyone else familiar with the Center of the Earth ??  I really like it.

    Yeah, check out "Six Wives of Henry the 8th " .  

    Any luck getting onto Wolfgang's with dial up?  I know you'd really like it.  They have an AWB show from 1975, I think.

    RTP2003


    'Ey, Red Temple, Frod 'n' all, my apologies.  I been caught in a twilight zone(AWB reference, for those who wouldn't know...)

    No luck. :( (sigh), but don't worry, I'm used to it  :-? .  It's 4 am.  I'm suckin on a menthol cough drop and getting high and listenin to AWB.  I went to bed about 10 pm and just now woke up.  I like postin in the middle of the night, like this; slow atmosphere...

    ..."Henry the 8th and his wives"...headless, no doubt.

    I'd love to see that footage.  AWB put out 2 albums in 75.  I got 'em both.       Got the first of the 2 on right now, so I do.  Put It Where You Want It.  1975 is about their height.  Their drummer, Robbie McIntosh died that year, sometime after the album was finished.  It's a bad ass thrown down groovy fuckin record.  No idea what they were like live though.

    The Journey to the Center of the Earth is great too.  Maybe I'll put that on next, but ...no, it gets tooo...in...tense...for this time 'a' night.

    Heard some good live Celtic music in some of the pubs around here last week...and got drunk as hell too.  

    Here's whats made the turntable lately:

    Queensryche_self titled debut EP
    Paul Simon_In Concert, Live Rhymin, with Urubamba and the Jesse Dixon Singers
    Eddie Hazel_"California Dreamin"
    CTI Summer Jazz All Stars_"California Dreamin", as well as ""First Light", "Grits Bowl" and "Inner City Blues"(cassette)
    The Staple Singers_"Let's Do It Again"
    Rick Wakeman an all them other cats doin "...Center of the Earth"
    Traffic_stuff from Heavy Traffic
    Dave Mason and Cass Elliot
    Pink Floyd-stuff from Relics
    Traffic_side from John Barleycorn
    Sublime_40 oz to Freedom picture disc
    Cal Tjader_At Grace Cathedral(recorded live, San Fransisco, May 22, 1976. This is one of those records that I just picked up and had a sense about it.  Kick Ass California 70s vibraphone jazz.  Di-ig It!)
    Black Sabbath_stuff from Vol. 4 and the Black Sabbath picture disc.
    The Police_Synchronicity(at least twice)
    Grand Funk Railroad_Mark, Don and Mel, 1969-71

    ::bandit::  :skull:  ::dove::
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 12:42:20 PM
    Ben Harper_Fight For Your Mind(cd)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 01:24:29 PM
    Little Feat_Waitn For Columbus(cd)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 01:36:46 PM
    "Spanish Moon"

    ..."...Cause there's whiskey...and ba-ad cocaine, poison, get you...just the same...and if that don't kill ya soon...the women will down at the Spanish Moon...

    ...I don't care who you are you can wake up ruined..."...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 01:49:37 PM
    Robert Palmer_Sneakin Sally(cd)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 02:03:36 PM
    ELO_"Showdown"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 03:48:47 PM
    Grateful Dead_11/10/67, "Viola lee Blues"..."Good Mornin Little Schoolgirl"..."Alligator"(BAd)...

    Grateful Dead_11/11/67, "Cryptical Envelopement" > "Other One" >> "Cryptical"

    ...wish I had 12/13/67, Los angeles. Shrine Auditorium_ Dark Star.

    Wheeeew...!!!oooayeahhhhh.....!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 04:39:51 PM
    Little  Feat_Hoy hoy,all thway through  rollin and drinkin and hopin for the best, despite all the troubl
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 04:54:44 PM
    yeah...trouble, though so EZ goin I be,,,I got a way that seems to bring strife, though I feel fine, ok.  My wife, for lack of a better word is on her way over (deleted); of course I couldn't love (deleted) any more, fucked up as I am.  (deleted) cool ... such is life,  We live.  People are free.  I just am hopin She don't get too selfrighteous on me cause then I just gotta suck it up.  That's what a'll pro'lyhappen....it be alright...(deleted). I love her and teach her ways...the most profound things that we share....huh, wish me luck, ...and hope ypouhav'ent mi9nded my e4xpressiuos...

    gotta get back now to the world at hand.  All Peace to alll
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 05:22:15 PM
    Thievery Corp._Cosmic Game (cd)

    (deleted)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 05:32:50 PM
    Sorry to turn this into my personal ecstacy life music beauty is all around us if only we stop.  I trust you will understand....let it bleed...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 05:45:19 PM
    still Cosmic Game....on the trough now....trouble but yet I know...that wasn't even my point.  

    Got to be.  What it is... shall be....ever't'in cool, here, now.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 05:48:51 PM
    power to ya...we will be...

    about to switch back to some Dead now....to chi;ll some....ya know.......
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 06:03:17 PM
    ... :D ...Well, after this Cosmic finishes...

    thewww....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 06:05:23 PM
    ..."...The Chains of Babylon are all in your mind..."...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 06:22:01 PM
    ...Most of that last stuff was all on disc(d), but vwe're now back to the vinyl; CAl Tjader at Grace Cathedral....Fan FCransisco, 1976, live for tha ages....show us whatchou mean...awhhh yeah....good music....

    End war. Bring Peace. Teach us some way we don't understand, but know whats up.

    Dennis Brown_Love an Hate
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 23, 2007, 08:24:38 PM
    Yeah we all need someone we can bleed on..

    Hey pirate, just wanted to let you know I tuned in & read yr posts..

    It's cool you play music with your daughter (i do that too.) -frod
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 23, 2007, 08:28:28 PM
    The Rolling Stones - Sydney, Australia Aug '73

    Ramones - Mania (anthology)

    patti smith group - easter (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 23, 2007, 09:03:20 PM
    As a force of nature...

    6/11/76 Boston music hall, and at the end of the tape i've got a studio cut of Unbroken Chain...  ''fumble Fingers Godchauex...'....comin up...anbd gogd help me I'm doomed to the mother of my daughter, but she don't see...  just sayin to ya'll  That Damn girl who rules my will, well, i do likebein teased and she aint even tryin.

    mellowin out now....
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 24, 2007, 07:07:25 AM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Thievery Corp._Cosmic Game (d)


    glad you're still enjoying it. i listened to it just the other night. you and the little one are very lucky to have what you have, and don't be silly, if anyone rules your will it's her. lol if you don't know that yet, well give it time. daughters are magical and it's truly a gift to have a tight bond with your dad. so many of us don't.  focus on the beauty of that.
    peace...
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 09:32:52 AM
    me and a wino singing Aerosmith songs while drinking a bottle of Mr. Boston rum in a cheap hotel room in ALexandria, VA.  His name was "G" and he provided the booze.  We killed a whole bottle, and he surprised me by knowing the words to old Aerosmith songs, 'cause I've never met a black dude of his age who was into old Aerosmith.  Dude kinda freaked when I started singing the Robert Johnson songs, "Me and THe Devil" and "One Kind Favor", said I was "signifying the Angel of Death", so he took off out the door..  He left me half a liter of rum, which I continued to drink .
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 12:52:45 PM
    It was to good hear you made it back; sounds like you had a fuckin' blast with that dude! LOL!
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 01:02:15 PM
    Some duo playing covers at a bar in Westminster last night...The guitar player/singer blew harp too (it sat in one of those neck stands) and a keyboardist played the bass lines and keyboard parts. Fun & interesting selection of tunes. Full-sounding energetic vox..

    Also been listening to: X - L'Amour Brooklyn, NY 11/26/1983
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 07:01:14 PM
    Paul & Linda McCartney - Ram (v)

    X - "Beyond and Back", "We're Having Much More Fun", "Painting The Town Blue", "Hothouse" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 07:29:09 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""

    Also been listening to: X - L'Amour Brooklyn, NY 11/26/1983


    yeah that's some cool shit
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 08:14:31 PM
    Tom Petty - "Running Down A Dream"

    Deathcab for Cutie - "Crooked Teeth"

    Blue Oyster Cult - Mar 27, 1986 (my fav pix from this one: the first 2 songs,, don't fear the reaper,,wings of mercury)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 24, 2007, 08:25:28 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    .  He left me half a liter of rum, which I continued to drink .


    you don't say!?  lol :)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 24, 2007, 08:26:35 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Some duo playing covers at a bar in Westminster last night...The guitar player/singer blew harp too (it sat in one of those neck stands) and a keyboardist played the bass lines and keyboard parts. Fun & interesting selection of tunes. Full-sounding energetic vox..

    Also been listening to: X - L'Amour Brooklyn, NY 11/26/1983


    what the fuck cant you guests log in once in awhile1 lol
    and thanks for sending the above link earlier i hecked it out. good stuff!q
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 08:44:00 PM
    Bob Dylan - Blood on The Tracks (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 24, 2007, 09:01:12 PM
    Quote from: ""anon13""
    Bob Dylan - Blood on The Tracks (v)


    nice one mr. 13 or is it mrs? hell i cant tell from here :)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 09:07:53 PM
    The Rolling Stones - "Parachute Woman", "Prodigal Son" (v)

    The Velvet Underground - "White Light / White Heat" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 10:22:31 PM
    Theatre of Hate - Westworld (v)

    Killing Joke - "Wardance", "The Wait", "Complications", "Primitive" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 24, 2007, 10:56:40 PM
    Grateful Dead_5/19/74, Portland Oregon.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 24, 2007, 11:55:07 PM
    Bruce Springsteen - "Spirit in The Night", "It's Hard to Be a Saint in The City" (v)

    Steely Dan - "Do It Again"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 25, 2007, 02:38:49 PM
    Paul Westerberg - "Love Untold", "Once Around The Weekend", "These Are The Days", "Angels Walk"

    Led Zeppelin - "Achilles Last Stand", "For Your Life" (v)

    That X concert again...

    The English Beat - "Mirror in The Bathroom"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: RTP2003 on March 25, 2007, 10:13:17 PM
    Quote from: ""Guest""

    The English Beat - "Mirror in The Bathroom"


    That's a great song.  I really like that one.

    Today I did LOTS of N2O, nitrous oxide to you kiddies, and was listening to "Che" by Suicide, which was followed by OMD doing a cover of the Velvet Underground's "Waiting For The Man".  This segued into more Suicide, the incredible "Dominic Christ", which is the perfect song for nitrous, particularly the Alan Vega yelps toward the end of the song.  I took another  long pull from the regulator and was kinda digging this 80s-ish synthpop cover of Led Zeppelin's "The Immigrant Song".  I didn't recognize the band, but I did recognize the song, and took another huge pull of nitrous oxide, and began breathing into and out of a balloon..  Next thing I know, I'm on the floor convulsing, can't move at all, other than the spasms I'm doing involuntarily.  It felt great, eventually my motor functions returned, and I began knowing who and where I was.  Glad I was sitting in a chair, the fall might have hurt if I was standing.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 25, 2007, 11:12:10 PM
    Tom Petty - "Listen To Her Heart"

    Paul Westerberg - Eventually

    Led Zeppelin - "Hots On For Nowhere", "Out on The Tiles" (v)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 26, 2007, 02:23:03 AM
    Led Zeppelin--"The Rover", "Hot Dog"

    Spacemen 3--"Walking With Jesus"

    Flaming Lips--"Redneck School Of Technology", "Drug Machine In Heaven"

    Chrome--"Abstract Nympho"

    Pere Ubu--"Cloud 149"

    Hellacopters--"It's Good But It Just Ain't Right"

    Husker Du--"Everything Falls Apart", "Divide And Conquer"

    Alice Cooper--"Long Way To Go" (possibly my favorite song by AC)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 26, 2007, 05:04:45 AM
    Tom Waits--"A Sweet Little Bullet From A Pretty Blue Gun", "Hang On St. Christopher"

    Ween--"Bananas And Blow"

    The White Stripes--"Walking With A Ghost" (Tegan & Sarah cover), "The Denial Twist" (live)

    Richard Hell & The Voidoids-"The Kid With The Replaceable Head"

    Kult--"No Home Tonight"

    The Residents--"Part 2--The Making Of A Soul"

    The Raveonettes--"Love In A Trash Can"

    Bongwater--"What Kind Of Man Reads Playboy?"

    Blue Oyster Cvlt--"Harvester Of Eyes" (live)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 27, 2007, 12:32:20 AM
    Bush ... "Glycerine"
    Silverchair... "Tomorrow"
    Nirvana... "The Man Who Sold the World" (Unplugged)
    The Ramones... "Blitzkreig Bop"
    Rancid... "The 11th Hour"
    Sublime... "Smoke Two Joints" :smokin:  :smokin:
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 27, 2007, 12:44:57 AM
    Soundtrack Of Our Lives--"Sister Surround", "Infra-Riot", "Big Time", "Galaxy Gramophone"

    Spacemen 3--"Feel So Good", "The Sound Of Confusion"

    Kinski--"Semaphore"

    Sisters Of Mercy--"Vision Thing"

    Early Day Miners--"Land Of Pale Saints"

    Meat Puppets--"Seal Whales"

    Sebadoh--"Everybody's Been Burned"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 27, 2007, 03:57:41 AM
    The Mermen-"Varykiko Show", "Meandher"

    Kinski--"Daydream International"

    Andy Timmons Band--"Hellpad"

    King Crimson--"Exiles"

    Smashing Pumpkins--"Siva"

    Led Zeppelin--"Achilles Last Stand", "The Rover"

    Hawkwind--"Sonic Attack"

    Massive Attack--"Exchange", "Teardrop", "Dissolved Girl"

    The Stranglers--"Bring On The Nubiles", "No More Heroes"

    Keith Richards--"Struggle", "Take It So Hard", "999"

    Spacemen 3--"Starship", "Take Me To The Other Side"

    Sun Ra--"Love In Outer Space" (live), "Other Worlds"

    Stalk-Forrest Group--"Curse Of The Hidden Mirror", "Gil Blanco County"

    The Who--"Armenia City In The Sky", "Mary Ann With The Shaky Hands", "The Naked Eye"

    The Hellacopters--"You Are Nothing", "By The Grace Of God"

    The Dictators--"Baby Let's Twist"

    The Damned--"Drinking About My Baby", "Noise Noise Noise"

    Living Things--"New Year"

    D Generation--"No Way Out"

    The Modern Lovers--"She Cracked"

    The Gun Club--"Sex Beat", "Fire Spirit"

    The Fall--"15 Ways", "Muzorewi's Daughter"

    Lungfish--"This World"

    Neurosis--"Eve", "The Web", "Watchfire", "Enclosure In Flame", "Zero"

    Sonny Sharrock--"Monkey-Pockey-Poo", "Soon"

    Last Exit--"Brain Damage"

    Silencer--"Sterile Nails and Thunderbowels"
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 27, 2007, 07:42:39 AM
    Ramones- "Psycho Therapy"

    X - "Some Other Time"

    Urge Overkill - Saturation
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: starry-eyed pirate on March 27, 2007, 11:36:15 AM
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Yeah we all need someone we can bleed on..

    Hey pirate, just wanted to let you know I tuned in & read yr posts..

    It's cool you play music with your daughter (i do that too.) -frod


    Thanks Frod.  You're alright.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: webdiva on March 27, 2007, 09:18:39 PM
    Quote from: ""starry-eyed pirate""
    Quote from: ""Guest""
    Yeah we all need someone we can bleed on..

    Hey pirate, just wanted to let you know I tuned in & read yr posts..

    It's cool you play music with your daughter (i do that too.) -frod

    Thanks Frod.  You're alright.


    i think both of you are alright!  my dad only listened to glen campbell and elvis. nothing wrong with either but still it got old especially when he's sing along cuz he was so FLAT yet had no idea lol.
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 27, 2007, 11:31:12 PM
    Tool - "No Quarter" (the Led Zeppelin song)

    The Damned - "Melody Lee", "New Rose" (Live Shepperton 1980 LP)
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 29, 2007, 07:39:05 AM
    Richard Thompson - Mirror Blue
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Anonymous on March 30, 2007, 01:08:52 AM
    Lou Reed
    Title: Stuff you've been listening to
    Post by: Froderik on March 31, 2007, 01:11:16 PM
    Elliott Smith - Either/Or

    Kosheen - "Wasting My Time"

    Minor Threat - "Minor Threat"
    Misfits - "London Dungeon"
    Samhain - "The Howl"
    Scratch Acid - "Cannibal"
    The 4-Skins - "Wonderful World"
    The Germs - "Media Blitz"
    The Residents - "Beyond The Valley of A Day In The Life"
    The Upper Crust - "Let Them Eat Rock"
    Title: St