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Old 12-20-03, 04:41 AM   #76
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In the player right now is Anna Fermin's Trigger Gospel (local Chicago band, sort of alt country-bluesish)
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Old 12-20-03, 08:51 PM   #77
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Rabid David Bowie fan, Regina Carter, Warren Zevon, George Harrison,
Santana, Garbage, Sneaker Pimps, Enigma (mostly when I'm working out),
Belly.....I could go on forever.

Oh, and right now a bunch of Christmas stuff - Cajun Christmas, Brian Setzer Orchesta, The Players, Narada Christmas......

Happy Chanuka, Solstice Blessings, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!

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I'm listening to some Bonnie Raitt.
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Old 12-31-03, 10:19 AM   #79
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Me, I'm into the Rock and Heavy scene, I'm probably the only cyclist on the planet who has long hair and a beard, true Rock n Roll, toxic man . I love Neil Young & Crazy Horse (Rustie), Nirvana, Metallica, Zeppelin etc...

But I also listen to the hotties now and again. Mandy Moore, Delta Goodrem, Michelle Branch<<< All hot...

What are you guys listening to...

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Old 12-31-03, 11:56 AM   #80
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same here "Thick as a Brick"
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Got the new Talking Heads anthology, "Once in a Lifetime" for Xmas. Xcellent!! Only problem is my wife paid much too much for it at Borders. Got to get her tuned into the web for purchases of all things.
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I received the new Zevon cd "Wind" for Christmas. Very profound.
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I'm listening to some old Queen right now. Greatest Hits Vol.1. Freddy had a great voice.
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I´m listening to Europa Galante and violin virtuoso Fabio Biondi playing Vivaldi-Le Quattro Stagioni, Concerto in do maggiore RV 171, Concerto per archi "Conca" RV 163.

It is a beautiful recording and performance. French label Opus 111.
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Great choice!! So good I had to get up and throw on my Original Master Recording of "The Game". Only thing as good as bicycles is audiophilia. Think my wife prefers the bikes. Music and $15K stereos are just noise and junk to her. But she does like a nice, casual roll down the boardwalk.
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I received the new Zevon cd "Wind" for Christmas. Very profound.

I got that one for Christmas, too, along with the NOW Christmas cd and a Sarah McLaughlin (thanks for those, Regularguy!). I have listened to all three quite a lot.

Tonite I am listening to Inward Harmony, by Marcey. I am in need of some serious meditation tunes tonite.
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http://www.somafm.com/

good streaming radio if'n you like to try, to the acid jazz, trip hop- lounge side of new.
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Morning Becomes Eclectic on kcrw.org. Right now they're playing some group I've never heard of, which is exactly why I listen....
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Which one? Rob Halford? Morrisey?...
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Which one? Rob Halford? Morrisey?...
Heheh. I knew someone would go there!

Today, it has been the Clumsy Lovers, Green Day, Dropkick Murphies, and now Norah Jones.

Norah's good. She may not be that good, but she is good.
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This morning, I am listening to William Ackerman's Conferring With the Moon and daydreaming.
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This morning, I am listening to William Ackerman's Conferring With the Moon and daydreaming.

Good tunes to daydream to!
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Just got " in a gadda da vida " , sounds old but you can hear where they ( Iron Butterfly ) got influenced and how they influenced other groups .

¿ Question ? did either Rod Evans or Nic Simper ( ex Deep Purple , original line up ) ever join Iron Butterfly , seem to remember something but .............
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i have way too many cds and a mild case of add causing me to listen to all of these bands during a 10 minute car ride.

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¿ Question ? did either Rod Evans or Nic Simper ( ex Deep Purple , original line up ) ever join Iron Butterfly , seem to remember something but .............

Have you ever seen www.allmusic.com ?

It's a great website with a lot of information about music and artists. The entries on Iron Butterfly, Deep Purple, Nick Semper and Rod Evans don't mention that Semper or Evans ever played with the Butterfly. It's not infallible though.
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Really most things, Chillie peppers to Robbie Williams, U2 and REM to Dolly parton. Monty python to Kate Bush (wuthering heights was great wasn't it). Avoid most rap and classical stuff (although belting out the odd bit of Pavarotti is quite good). And I'm only 19!
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Earlier tonite, it was Lenny Kravitz. Now it is Annie Lennox.
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