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"...it's about having the blues...

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Black Sabbath, again. Quite tuneful compared to modern "thrash" metal.

I generally end up in a loop of Paranoid, Silver Machine (Hawkwind) and some Motorhead. Old habits are difficult to break.

Tractors!

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Hi Dibnah; I am not into recommend bands but if you like the 70s heavy metal you really would like "Ningen isu" they have been playing since 30 years ago or so.
Have great songs; very good compositions and playing. Kind of a fresh look at that classic heavy metal. They have some different interesting songs too.




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Thanks Reverb, I'll give them a listen

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And while there is a cool version with Chris Thile on LFH I think I like this one better.



and this



I can only wish that I could ride as fast as she sings and plays guitar.

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...some fresh air.



Better listening plugged to a HI FI or at least earphones.

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Jay Medieros posted this one on FB.



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Been listening to this relaxing mix on Spotify, well I have a lot of reading to do and I find it helps.

Spotify - ChilledCow's Favourites

Also available on YouTube.

YouTube link to Chilled Cow beats to relax to...


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I just think this video is so much fun that I wanted to bump it to make sure no one missed it!


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Originally Posted by Nick H
Jay Medieros posted this one on FB.


i used to live around the corner from a pub he would show up at in walton on thames.

got to hand it to him. it all looks over the top now, but at that time and place old tommy was riding the crest of the wave.

in fifty years theyll be looking at billie eilish and going "whaaaaa?"


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo9v-8-6IIw

Had the pleasure of seeing them in Atlanta in a bar.
Not the best concert I ever saw, but probably the most fun.


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Eddie Vetter - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvjTo-hRD5c

Sorry, wrong Eddie

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Originally Posted by DavidP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo9v-8-6IIw

Had the pleasure of seeing them in Atlanta in a bar.
Not the best concert I ever saw, but probably the most fun.


I bet it was fun. Never saw them, but I had a cassette tape of a new years eve concert the did in San Diego that always brought a smile to my face.


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Good stage for them, the Belly Up Tavern... best sudsy musical venue in North County, IMO. Rockin' good time.

A friend involved with AA used to hold a twice-weekly meeting there at 6AM... ironic synergy, allegedly well attended.

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I bet it was fun. Never saw them, but I had a cassette tape of a new years eve concert the did in San Diego that always brought a smile to my face.
I'm a happy boy, hubba hubba hubba hubba


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It's almost like I got a new music chip.

I have TOO MANY MP3 songs for them to shuffle properly on my truck stereo for some reason, so about a year ago, I trimmed down from over 5,000 to just under 2,000.

Anyway, last week I deleted those and replaced them with about 1,500 "new" ones.

Ah.... some good oldies I hadn't heard in a while!


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Saw him and his band in a small venue. Looks like he moved West out of NYC....bummer for you East Coasters....great artist.


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Just an observation:
Killer Queen, by Queen, gets a fair amount of airplay here. But, I've noticed that for some reason the MP3 remix does not have the triangle strike in the second verse. I wonder why they decided to omit this.
When I saw Queen live they thought it was important enough to have a roadie bring the triangle on stage for Freddie to hit this one note.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eln3J6BxWN0

From the 80's, but still very much the state of the industry.


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Josh Turner and Allison Young channeling Peggy Lee...



There are lots of talented people in Josh's Orbit...Allison Young is just one!

Here is another...Reina del Cid...



...add Toni Lingren...



...Carson McKee


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Something a bit more chilled out to help me while marking my uni students' papers.

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