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Post by alowerlevel on Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:34 am

One of my favorite threads on other forums. Lets hear what yall are listening to right now.

Right now Im jamming out to one of my favorites, deftones needles and pins

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Post by thatfnthing on Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:29 am

Richard Diamond, Private Detective -- the Case of the Blue Serge Suits



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Post by FumiyoG3 Yesterday at 9:36 pm

Early Van Halen, with Diamond Dave at the reigns.  Not many bands could touch these guys in the early days.  I was just a bit too young to go see them in concert when they were on top, and not really interested in the Hagar stuff though it wasn't bad.  Just couldn't touch Roth as a front man.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cn8APTMyKsg


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Post by Mcarlo77 Yesterday at 10:47 pm

I've kind of rediscovered original Lynyrd Skynyrd after digging thru my old vinyl records and 8-tracks.  Love listening to this outdoor concert at the Knebworth fair in England back in their heyday (1976).  Reminds me of a simpler time when people congregated to hear raw music talent without all the theatrical sideshows that entertainers must depend on today to capture the attention of fans.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zW7Ft_GTvw
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Post by crice63 Today at 2:03 am

Just returned from a road trip from California. I predominantly used two of my Spotify playlists. The first is an eclectic rock mix dominated by old school southern rock like Skynyrd, Allmans, ZZTop, Marshall Tucker, Aerosmith’s version of Train Kept ARollin, Spiderbait’s version of Black Betty, Mountain’s version of Mississippi Queen, but branches out quickly to older stuff like Dylan, Traffic, Grateful Dead, Clapton, Hendrix, Queen, Stones, and to samples from more recent generations—van Halin, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, Pearl Jam, Dire Straits, White Stripes/Raconteurs, Blues Traveler, Black Joe Lewis, North Mississippi Allstars. Also mixed in some oddities to keep things lively, Pat Travers, BTO, Bonerama, Townes Van Zandt, Richmond Fontaine, Dusty Springfield found Son of a Preacher Man, and of course can’t forget the Deep Purple.
https://open.spotify.com/user/crice63/playlist/0m1KXrZfUddiDUqw1Ik1n8?si=LQot9pAfTqyTTBx94RR7Tg

But for driving music you can’t beat bluegrass. Banjos—either love ‘em or hate ‘em, and I love ‘em. Speed picking sounds great at 90 mph. I have a modernized, freak version list I call “Bluegrazz”—new bands playing bluegrass forms influenced by jam band sensibilities. The style is probably most typified by Trampled by Turtles, but none of these performers are getting any top 40 radio play time. Some of my favorites on this list are Carolina Chocolate Drops, Devil Makes Three, Charlie Parr, Split Lip Rayfield, Cornmeal, Pert Near Sandstone, Mumford and Sons, Ben Miller Band, Mountain Firework Co, Sam Bush, Useful Jenkins, leftover Salmon, the Steeldrivers (especially songs written by their first singer, Chris Stapleton), and William Elliott Whitmore.
https://open.spotify.com/user/crice63/playlist/5qJnEw1EruwhPScfq6snb2?si=K6H9CUPIThCbVapSPLrPUg

Just today I added to that list Elizabeth Cook’s “El Camino”. Don’t know how I’ve missed it!
https://youtu.be/S5yt0gXLkh0

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