Thanks to Tanglenet for asking for a new post.

The Mars Volta - the new album and the EP (just got them)
Green Day (American Idiot - STILL!!!)
Pink Floyd - The Final Cut
Rancid - Let's Go - Still great after 10 years....
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Originally posted by Baird:
Pink Floyd - The Final Cut
GREAT CD!!!The Gunners Dream may be my favorite PF song. I love it when he holds "Dreeeeeaaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmm" and his voice fades into the sax solo.
well, it's not exactly "right now", but I just landed off of four days at Jazz Fest, so...

Los Lonely Boys
Jack Johnson
DMB
Eddie Bo
Radiators
Steel Pulse
Etc Etc Etc

All live


cheers!

MH
unfortunately nothing more than the white noise pumped into the office. it really doesn't help, i can still hear all the conversations around me.
www.ckua.org
This station is out of Edmonton Alberta, and is the best, last hour, Jack Johnson, Joni Mitchell, Thievery Corporation, Shemekia Copland , on and on it goes, take a listen.
On the iPod today...
Kasabian - Kasabian (monster!)
Green Day - American Idiot (Quality album - their best since Dookie)
Kaiser Chiefs - Employment (OK. Not as good as I expected.)
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm (not sure about this one yet)
Muse - Absolution (every home should have one)
Muse - Origin Of Symmetry (ditto)
This very second is Kelly Clarkson, Since U Been Gone. Yeah, I said Kelly Clarkson. Red Face

It's alright though. She's an American Idol. If you don't like her, you don't like America. Cool
Phish - Slip, Stich & Pass
Nas - Streets Disciple
Nas - Illmatic
The Band - The Last Waltz
Willie Nelson - don't know the album, digging through my parent's stash at the moment
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Originally posted by Trigirl:
This very second is Kelly Clarkson, Since U Been Gone. Yeah, I said Kelly Clarkson. Red Face

It's alright though. She's an American Idol. If you don't like her, you don't like America. Cool


That's like saying if you don't like White Zinfandel you don't like California. Huh?
Not much 'cept maybe the Killers. Great CD.

Deryl- could you have your 14-year-old send me an email. I need some new siht. Smile
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Originally posted by grossie:
Not much 'cept maybe the Killers. Great CD.

Deryl- could you have your 14-year-old send me an email. I need some new siht. Smile


quote:
Originally stated by my 14 year old: Dad, I wish I had been born in your time. That's when all the good music was made.

He's wearing me out on Led Zep and AC/DC.
The Hand That Feeds - Nine Inch Nails
Be Yourself - Audioslave
Holiday - Green Day
E-Pro - Beck
Mr. Brightside - The Killers
Hollaback Girl - Gwen Stefani
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The Hand That Feeds - Nine Inch Nails
Be Yourself - Audioslave
Holiday - Green Day
E-Pro - Beck
Mr. Brightside - The Killers
Hollaback Girl - Gwen Stefani


Right now?
Right this second, as I type...

I can hear "Pretty in Pink". I believe the movie is playing right now on the TV I use for background noise.
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Originally posted by steve8:
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Originally posted by Bella Donna:
Celine Dion


You listening to some cheap TV commercial?
She's in 'Vegas. Big Grin
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Originally posted by steve8:
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Originally posted by Bella Donna:
Celine Dion


You listening to some cheap TV commercial?
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! I love Celine. Don't talk about her that way.
I heard Celine Dion has been griping about the Vegas crowds. She was saying something about the people being tired and jet lagged, not showing enthusiasm, falling asleep in the seats, etc. Well, you can bet that never happened when the King played Vegas baby.
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Originally posted by pysco-rotie:
I heard Celine Dion has been griping about the Vegas crowds. She was saying something about the people being tired and jet lagged, not showing enthusiasm, falling asleep in the seats, etc. Well, you can bet that never happened when the King played Vegas baby.


Probably never even happened to Wayne Newton either.
That happened to me the one time I saw her...barely made it there carrying my briefcase into Caesar's Palace...sitting by myself...huffing and puffing...trying to adjust to the two hour time difference since I was an early sleeper back then. I was tired, very tired, but the show was fantastic and I would see it again and again and again.

She is not the best performer in the world; however, Dralion, the show's producer makes it one of the best shows I have ever seen.
Pharoah Sanders, Live in Seattle

. . .and since somebody mentioned Israel Kamakawi'wo'ole, I'm gonna dust off some old Hawaiian CDs. Theresa Bright is a beautiful singer.
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Originally posted by Barbera,baby!:
Scubarex, how was the show? I am waiting for the CD to come out, love the song BYOB.. Wink Smile


That was the opening song. It was a sweat fest. The venue holds about 800 people who were mostly packed in a moshing, slamdancing, bodysurfing cluster on the main floor. I on the other hand staked out a spot on the balcony dead center. Thus enjoying the band and youthful exuberance below. The show was a non top aural assault.
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Originally posted by Gigond Ass:
Iron Maiden: Piece of Mind


ahhhhhhhhh!! my favorite by them!! it's been awile. i feel like destroying something. i know what i'm about to que.
nin, be gone...
Friday afternoons, I like to lighten the mood by tuning in to the "Lounge" channel on Radio@Netscape for some space-age cocktail sounds.
Just got a 30GB iPod, so I am listening to stuff I forgot I'd owned as I try to fill the thing with CD's and .mp3's.... Dave Matthews, Faith No More, Kate Bush, Iron Maiden, Sloan, Sublime, etc.

Besides that, I can't get enough of The Arcade Fire's Funeral CD. One of the few CD's I have bought recently that I can actually listen in its entirity. Not exactly uplifting music but amazing stuff.
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Originally posted by Bella Donna:
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Motley Crue: Shout at the devil.

How ironic...I thought you would be a Barbara Steisand type of person.
Confused
Right now: The Dead "Terrapin Station Live"

Lately: any Dead, any DMB, Clash "Sandinista", MoFro "Lochloosa" & "Blackwater", String Cheese Incident, Pearl Jam, Pat Metheny, Jean Luc-Ponty, Pink Floyd "Meddle" & "Animals", Ronnie Laws, Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, Robin Trower, Norah Jones, Led Zeppelin "Physical Graffiti" & "Houses of the Holy", Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn
Like Baird, I too seem to be having a hard time getting The Arcade Fire out of my CD player. I've had the CD for a couple of months now and I like it more with every listen. The last album that did this to me was You Forgot It In People by Broken Social Scene.
No Kenny Roll Eyes, but would you believe I played a Spyro Gyra disc yesterday at work? Eek It's only 'cause I played vibes & marimba in high school, and I always thought they had a good mallet-percussionist.

Some Who's Next is currently putting me back on course. Smile
Right now, I'm listening to thousands and thousands of little flowers on grapevines screaming... "no no, make it stop, make it stop...."

it's been raining for 36 hours. This vintage is in big trouble.

a little elton john in the background too.
God, it's such a slow day...bleh. Me and Wine Kami are dying from boredom here.
Can I borrow your mini E for some entertainment?

p.s. I'm listening to Mylene Farmer right now.
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Originally posted by grunhauser:
God, it's such a slow day...bleh. Me and Wine Kami are dying from boredom here.
Can I borrow your mini E for some entertainment?


I'm having motivation trouble myself. Why don't you get in the car and join the supper club tonight? I hear there will be a Hairclub for Men demonstration during dessert.
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Originally posted by Ekoostik:
Not a single Kenny G post? come on this is a wine board Razz


You must be on the wrong board. eRobertParker is the next site over. Razz Wink Big Grin
Right now I'm listening to Howard Stern Cool on my iPod.

Later I'll be listening to Gordon Lightfoot at his concert at Massey tonight! Sweet.
"Weld" Live Double Album- Neil Young and Crazy Horse

Right now "Cortez The Killer" is playing

The song rocks but makes me feel ashamed to be a White man. Sorry Aztecs.
Keb Darge's Legendary Deep Funk vol. 1 & 2

If anybody likes it funky, these are some rare grooves from the 60's. Mostly singles that are not available anywhere anymore.
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Originally posted by Jazzman:
"The Essential Mingus Big Band"

For any jazz fans out there, this disc is a must.


It's good to see another jazz fan on the board. "The three M's" - Miles, Mingus and Monk. Haven't explored Mingus -- yet.
System of a Down - Mesmerize

This band is truly warped. I don't know how screaming and thrash metal can be catchy, but it is on this new CD.

Slayer-like speed metal one second and Greek Wedding music the next. Confused Big Grin
Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews Collaborator)

Live at SoHo, Santa Barbara, 5-14-05 (Last Saturday)

Tim was cool enough to let me patch into the board and I got a sweet crispy recording.

Anyone want a copy? I'll mail out three freebies (Analog RCA>>Marantz CDR100 >>.wav>>>CD) to the first trio that email me:

weshagen@thegrid.net
Sons of Champlin - Welcome To The Dance
Byrds - 100 Years From Now
Grateful Dead - Deal [2.9.73]
Sly and the Family Stone - Thank You [falettinme be mice elf]
Savoy Brown Blues Band - Life's One Act Play
Zombies - She's Not There
Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons
Mothers of Invention - Let's Make The Water Turn Black

http://www.subrosa.arbre.us/SubRosaMusic.html
The boardroom next to my office is currently rocking with "We are the Champions, We are the Champions... No time for losers, cause we are the Champions.... of the world!"

Ah Fridays in the office.

Jason
A collaboration from a couple local boys. Norton Buffalo (harmonica) and Roy Rogers (yes, that's his real name; on slide guitar). Album is "Travelin' Tracks." Southern blues genre
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Originally posted by brighthue:
"The three M's" - Miles, Mingus and Monk. Haven't explored Mingus -- yet.


Do so ASAP, you'll be well rewarded.
Sarah Fimm. I went to see Peter Murphy at House of Blues in Anaheim last night, and she opened. I liked her enough to buy the cd after the show. Peter was fantastic, too. Big Grin I love great shows!!
Moby: Hotel

Just got it as a birthday present. Didn't really expect to like it.

I haven't heard the whole thing yet, but it's kind of hypnotic. I like it.

The Band: The Last Waltz

One of the great albums. Just got it on DVDAudio, 6-channel discrete surround. Like hearing it again for the first time. Exciting to listen to. Going to buy the video DVD so I can put the picture in my mind next to the music. Dr. John was great in this show (as was everyone else).
Big raindrops splattering against the glass of the window...there is nothing more beautiful when it comes to sounds

Thunder in the sky...raindrops...the sounds that wrap you up and take you to heaven
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Posted Jun 01, 2005 03:33 AM
Big raindrops splattering against the glass of the window...there is nothing more beautiful when it comes to sounds

Thunder in the sky...raindrops...the sounds that wrap you up and take you to heaven



I'm with you on this one. I love the sound and the smell of rain in the summer. I used to sit on the porch with my dad when I was young and we'd watch lighting storms and listen to the rain. Unfortunately, now that I've moved to SoCal, I'm not likely to get much of that. Just landslides, earthquakes, and wildfires here. Oh, and lots of good wine.
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Originally posted by brighthue:
quote:
Originally posted by Jazzman:
"The Essential Mingus Big Band"

For any jazz fans out there, this disc is a must.


It's good to see another jazz fan on the board. "The three M's" - Miles, Mingus and Monk. Haven't explored Mingus -- yet.



Brighthue, Start with "Mingus Ah Um" and the from there Blues & Roots, The Clown or "Passion of a man box set. Then I would get the Mingus Big Band discs and see them live if you get the chance.
And don't miss the live sets, "Mingus at Antibes" and "The Great Concert of Charles Mingus." In-freakin-credible, both of 'em!

Now playing: John Zorn - Locus Solus
I've been listening and watching videos by this guy called M. He's been around for awhile, but I just discovered him for myself and I'm hooked on his message. Amazing visuals and cool music.

http://www.qui2nous2.com

You'll need to go through rather painless registration process to view the videos. It's well worth the trouble.
I´m listening to a small Finnish band called Pooma, got their ep from the guitarist. Surprisingly good, and the lyrics are in English. If anyone thinks this sounds intresting you can visit their homepage http://www.pooma.net for some of their new songs. :-)
Big Head Todd is in the background, but mostly the pounding in my head at 8:30 am. Stupid humans. For a Friday, it sure feels like a Monday.
pkclark1,

Great line from a recent commercial....something along the lines of.... "Why does night-time me make morning me feel so bad?"
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Great line from a recent commercial....something along the lines of.... "Why does night-time me make morning me feel so bad?"

Great line. Maybe I should have drank last night!
The Rat Pack: Boys Night Out
Judas Priest: Unleashed in the East
The Darkness: Permission to Land
Johnny Cash: Cash/American IV-The Man Comes Around

An eclectic day. . . Smile
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Originally posted by StevieCage:
Moloko - Statues


I preferred 'Thing to Make and Do', I found 'Statues' a bit muted, but I am secretly in love with Roisin.

I'm listening to a ludicrous excuse for a Grand Prix.
Let me clarify: I listened to the music while I was in the car before I got home. Now I am home.

However, Red Fedora (aka my ex) does have a computer in his car...which I think is a complete waste of money; therefore, one of the many reasons I can not tolerate him and his spending habits.

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