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randya 05-04-04 06:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Doctor Who
Talking Heads Fear of Music "Life During Wartime".

Great album, great song!! :)

Fugazi Dave 05-04-04 09:25 PM

Blue Lines ~ Massive Attack

Biker2004 05-04-04 10:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Vitamin X
I was wandering, Do any of you guys listen to music while your out on the road or do you believe it to be a little too dangerous???...

No I don't but CLASSICAL is still cool OK???

Hatsephsut 05-05-04 09:38 PM

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Originally Posted by randya
Almost anything that Jon Langford does - Mekons, Waco Bros., solo stuff w/ his Sadies and w/ Sally Timms, etc. - is great. Jon records for Bloodshot and also lives in Chicago, I think. Does that mean that y'all living in Chicago get the benefit of many, many excellent live shows??? If so, I'm jealous - although Jon usually plays Portland with one band or another about once or twice a year.

That's right - except they don't play out here as much as you'd think, so don't feel left out :-) - have seen Waco bros several times in the last couple of years, but not Sally or that thing a bunch of them do, is it Pine Valley Cosmonauts (sp?) or something like that?

pitboss 05-05-04 09:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Hatsephsut
have seen Waco bros several times in the last couple of years

weren't they at the Hideout Block Party last year? Year before?

Hatsephsut 05-05-04 09:45 PM

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weren't they at the Hideout Block Party last year? Year before?

I want to say yes - seems to me I do remember they were, although I wasn't - I saw them the last couple times at the Andersonville Street Fair - and at Fitzgerald's - except the last time I had to leave before they went on, but I "saw" them :-)

MsVicki 05-05-04 09:56 PM

Tonite it is melancholy music for a truly melancholy mood along with some sad, sad love songs.

Fugazi Dave 05-05-04 09:58 PM

A Boy Named Goo ~ Goo Goo Dolls

Yes, yes, I know. It's a guilty pleasure. I'm allowed.

Hatsephsut 05-05-04 10:24 PM

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Originally Posted by MsVicki
Tonite it is melancholy music for a truly melancholy mood along with some sad, sad love songs.

sometimes it's the saddest songs that make us happiest - sad is an intense emotion that can't be sustained for long, we hope...

tonight I'm needing something to keep me awake - doing homework, and having a hell of time - may have to pack it in and get up in early in the morning to work on it

pitboss 05-05-04 10:40 PM

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randya 05-05-04 11:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Hatsephsut
That's right - except they don't play out here as much as you'd think, so don't feel left out :-) - have seen Waco bros several times in the last couple of years, but not Sally or that thing a bunch of them do, is it Pine Valley Cosmonauts (sp?) or something like that?

Yeah, there's the Pine Valley thing too. But I'm pretty sure it's different than the Jon 'n' Sally duet shows...Jon seems to be one of those guys who just wants to play music all the time w/ lots of different people...Bloodshot also has Alejandro Escovedo, one of my all time favorite Texas artists. check it out:

http://www.bloodshotrecords.com/

Dannihilator 05-05-04 11:23 PM

Dropkick Murphys- Fields of Athenry.

randya 05-06-04 11:00 AM

The Clash - Super Black Market Clash

Fugazi Dave 05-06-04 11:21 AM

Alive of Just Breathing ~ Killswitch Engage

Definitely a day for hardcore

randya 05-06-04 12:30 PM

Poison 13 - Wine is Red, Poison is Blue

Anything else w/ Tim Kerr, too - Big Boys, Jack o' Fire, Lord High Fixers, The Monkeywrench

Tim Kerr interview: http://www.furious.com/perfect/timkerr.html

skitbraviking 05-06-04 03:07 PM

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Originally Posted by randya
The Clash - Super Black Market Clash

What this difficult to get a hold of?

outdoorboy 05-06-04 03:15 PM

moe. - dither "Captain America says you'd better be like me or you're going to wind up...dead!"

randya 05-06-04 05:40 PM

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Was this difficult to get a hold of?

I've got two versions of Super Black Market Clash. One is an Epic Legacy CD w/ a release date of 1993 which shouldn't be too hard to find used still, I don't think. The other is a double or triple record set on 10" vinyl, which is probably a bit rare... :D

Fugazi Dave 05-06-04 07:06 PM

Fantasma ~ Cornelius

Dude is the Japanese Beck.

skitbraviking 05-06-04 07:27 PM

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Originally Posted by randya
I've got two versions of Super Black Market Clash. One is an Epic Legacy CD w/ a release date of 1993 which shouldn't be too hard to find used still, I don't think. The other is a double or triple record set on 10" vinyl, which is probably a bit rare... :D

I've got one 10" of Black Market Clash, which I love, for it's dub stuff. I'll have to go on the hunt for the CD version like yours.

Fugazi Dave 05-07-04 12:15 AM

It's a Wynton Marsalis kind of night.

rmwun54 05-07-04 01:49 AM

Andreas Bocelli - Sogno, Keiko Matsui - All of her latest disc for the past 3 years,
Heroshima, Jim Brickman, and lots of oldies.

gonesh9 05-07-04 11:24 AM

This morning at work I got to The Church on my shuffled playlist and it just hit the spot, so I turned it off shuffle and have been entranced in a meloncholy beauty ever since.

Fugazi Dave 05-07-04 12:33 PM

No Need to Argue ~ The Cranberries

Ten years ago...I feel old...

Doctor Who 05-07-04 12:41 PM

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The Doctor recommends:

"Strongbox" is my jam. I think I'm going to blast the Effigies or some Government Issue on the way to work.

Right now, I'm listening to Donald Rumsfield backpedal. Now, THAT'S good listening! :)


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