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Old 03-28-10, 05:53 PM   #151
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I'm sure they can figure that out from my judgmentalism
Not so. I have known lots of judgmental women and I don't think that any one of them was a "pro".
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I'm old enough to know that that was a loaded statement.
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By Twitter Feed Standards, you are exceptionally tolerant.
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this one's for EDR...Id almost forgotten about these guys.
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Seriously, if you like hip hop check this guy out. Lowkey, he's a rapper from the UK. His flow is nasty and he's damn good. Here's a sample:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToZUIdbgqjE
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Rediscovered my love for metal.

Megadeth, In Flames, Iced Earth, Opeth, and Metallica on shuffle. Badass.
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Herbie Hancock - Thrust (album)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thrust_(album)

here's a little sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQFjBZUTODc


EDIT: I agree w pungee wrt rtc's post.

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Seriously, if you like hip hop check this guy out. Lowkey, he's a rapper from the UK. His flow is nasty and he's damn good. Here's a sample:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToZUIdbgqjE
Pretty good but I had a hard time with the British accent.
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Herbie Hancock - Thrust (album)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thrust_(album)

here's a little sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQFjBZUTODc


EDIT: I agree w pungee wrt rtc's post.
Dang, I have that on vinyl and will have to dig it out along with Headhunters. I don't think that I have played either one in 15 or more years. They used to be in my heavy rotation.
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Dang, I have that on vinyl and will have to dig it out along with Headhunters. I don't think that I have played either one in 15 or more years. They used to be in my heavy rotation.
It's great stuff.

I have been listening to more fusion in the past year or two than anything else really. Headhunters, Return to Forever, Weather Report, Mahavishnu orchestra, John Scofield, Medeski Martin and Wood, and of course Miles...

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Fot the time being: Parliament - Flash Light
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It's great stuff.

I have been listening to more fusion in the past year or two than anything else really. Headhunters, Return to Forever, Weather Report, Mahavishnu orchestra, John Scofield, Medeski Martin and Wood, and of course Miles...

The list goes on...
While in college back in the early 70's I introduced a lot of people to Miles by playing "A Tribute to Jack Johnson".
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While in college back in the early 70's I introduced a lot of people to Miles by playing "A Tribute to Jack Johnson".
hmmm i'm not familiar with that recording ill have to check it out.
Wrt to miles and fusion, I only posses:

In a Silent Way (my fav)
B!tches Brew
On the Corner
Live-Evil


ATM: Outkast - Aquemini (Album)

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hmmm i'm not familiar with that recording ill have to check it out.
Wrt to miles and fusion, I only posses:

In a Silent Way (my fav)
B!tches Brew
On the Corner
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I have all of those on vinyl. Love them all, but I would have to say that "On the Corner" was played a lot less than the others.

Going to see Pat Metheny on Sunday.
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I have all of those on vinyl. Love them all, but I would have to say that "On the Corner" was played a lot less than the others.

Going to see Pat Metheny on Sunday.
Let us know how the show went.


ATM: Arethra Franklin - You Send Me
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Enjoy the jazz guitar show!

Atm: listening to porcupine tree.
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Metallica - And Justice For All just popped up on my random ipod list.

I feel like I'm in high school again, and it feels fun.
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did they jump when they heard Brock Peters' voice?
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did they jump when they heard Brock Peters' voice?
It did startle a few.

When I go home tonight I'll have to dig this one out and give it a spin for my 18 year old son as part of his musical education.

I took him to see Pat Metheny last night in all his orchestrion splendor and he was totally blown away. So was I. It was an amazing show.
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Metallica - And Justice For All just popped up on my random ipod list.

I feel like I'm in high school again, and it feels fun.
I hated HS. I was "grunge" in 1971 down to the unkempt hair, flannel shirts, et al. I was so eager to get out of that place that I applied to colleges for admission before I actually graduated and got the "F" out at the first opportunity.
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Radiohead -- Reckoner
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Awesome song. Check out Thom Yorke's solo stuff if you haven't already.

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Pretty good but I had a hard time with the British accent.
Yeah. It takes a little getting used to.
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Was whistling the chorus from this in the pack yesterday.

I highly doubt anyone knew wtf it was... but they knew I was there at least.

Then we bumped Master P on the way home, for old time's sake. Man he's funny. "Make 'em say ugggghhhhhhhhhhhh!" (anyone? anyone?)
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Black Sabbath.
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Black Sabbath.
Trying to get me in trouble again?

In 1970 I was 15/16 years old and listening to Miles, the Dead, and Zappa. I was still listening to the Yardbirds, Jimi, The Who, and Cream. Led Zep was mildly entertaining. Black Sabbath was crap.
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