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Old 04-15-10, 10:55 PM   #201
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Brings back memories. I went to see these guys in the mid 80s. Me and another white bread ******* were probably a couple of only a dozen in the whole concert arena. Better odds than when we went to see Public Enemy the year before.

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just signed on to do a major recital in march of 2011. the ensuing buildup and increase in form means I am going to take advantage of it and make recordings for the first time in ten years.

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the speaking canaries, don caballero, lightning bolt, melvins, radian, and unsane = current workday rotation.
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I really like band of horses...

Need to get a mix going with them and iron and wine. It'll be awesome.
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Superstition by Stevie Wonder just popped up on my Otis Redding Pandora station. Good god, this song is awesome.
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Superstition by Stevie Wonder just popped up on my Otis Redding Pandora station. Good god, this song is awesome.
While I've been at college, the preponderance of funk bands/bands featuring a lot of brass, etc has been pretty high. Their covers of superstition are freaking incredible. I love going to those concerts.
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While I've been at college, the preponderance of funk bands/bands featuring a lot of brass, etc has been pretty high. Their covers of superstition are freaking incredible. I love going to those concerts.
There's hope yet for your generation.
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There's hope yet for your generation.
I know right. I wish I had some recordings I could share.

Over the last few years these are the kinds of things I've seen:

Orchestra fiebre: Salsa music. Lots of brass, lots of dancing, lots of awesome.
Buru Style: Myspace them, really good funk/soul music. They play with toussaint liberator who sang for soulive for a bit.
Soulive: Incredible soul/jazz fusion. I love good instrumental stuff.
Brother Ali: Incredible independent hip hop/rap.
Strokes cover band
Beatles cover band

So many other really interesting thing. I love the big band stuff though. Really good dancing music.

I'm bummed because there was supposed to be a day long outdoor concert tonight, but it had to be canceled for chance of rain. The rain isn't there and there's no concert. :/
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So many other really interesting thing. I love the big band stuff though. Really good dancing music.
time to brush up on your Lindy Hoppin'

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Superstition by Stevie Wonder just popped up on my Otis Redding Pandora station. Good god, this song is awesome.
Good times. I was diggin' Stevie's super thick, distorted and syncopated riffs on Boogie on Reggae Woman a few min ago.

For the time being, Antonio Carlos Jobim - Insensatez. Perfect to calm my nerves before my biochem exam in 1 hr. I hate biology....
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Stevie on Sesame Street. Check out Red Sweater Kid digging the jam.

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And if I'd been here a few years ago, I would have seen MGMT playing around campus cause they went here.

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i forgot how good trevor dunn's trio-convulsant is... mary halvorson is one of the finest things to touch six strings.
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House of Flying Daggers-Raekwon

Dude, Lyrics of Fury is an amazing song, I listened to that riding today too.
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Listening to godsmack to blow off some steam...

Mobike, check out GZA's liquid swords album. 'I gotcha back, but you best protect your front...'

What a baller track.
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(Suck it mollusk )
Whatever.



Ricky had a hit or two, though.
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Just doing some slow stretches to kind of blue before bed.

Man I just can't get over Cannonball's solo in Flamenco Sketches....
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Reading philosophy and listening to Wes Montgomery.

Listening to him play gives me chills.
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Listening to him play gives me chills.
Wes is good times I need to get my hands on some of his music.
I've hardly even heard him since I left my parent's house 5 years ago.
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