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Three versions of 'Maybe Someday'

A super doomy one from Human Beast

A zippy garage one from Evergreen Blueshoes Feat. Skip Battin, who I think was in The Byrds at one point

And the original, by the Incredible String Band, when Clive Palmer was still in 'em.

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David M Mallon wrote:
Pan wrote:

4 offers on the table and one is willing to waive inspection and appraisal on the Finace's house.....

Beatles-Money(that's what I want)
The Ojays- for the love of Money
Pink Floyd-Money
Dire Straights-Money for Nothing
Ol' Dirty Bastard-Got yo money

You forgot one

two


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Daily Musical Interludes

Bud Powell--"Anthropology"
The Go-Betweens--"Hammer the Hammer"
"The Internationale"
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra--"Jump for Joy"
Funkadelic--"March to the Witch's Castle"


"The Warning" -- Queensryche


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Funk for Friday!

Nas--Illmatic


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Bobby Womack - Across 110th Street


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A Youtube playlist I put together of slower tempo heavy rock songs.


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Pure Prairie League - Pure Prairie League


The Raincoats--Moving


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Psychedlic Psyaturday Interludes

The Byrds--"Mr. Spaceman"
The Jimi Hendrix Experience--"I Don't Live Today"
The Creation--"Nightmares"
The Zombies--"Brief Candles"
Shuggie Otis--"Strawberry Letter 23"

And Tago Mago, again. And again! AND AGAIN!


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I was at this show.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVx4uRoRRIU&t=759s

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Psychedlic Psyaturday Interludes you say? Mind if I go a little more modern?

Ty Segal

Of Montreal

Foxygen

Brian Jonestown Massacre


Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Ella Fitzgerald--Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook, Vol. One

On top of the hour of awesomeness that is this album, I learned that Malcolm X stole the "Plymouth rock landed on us" line from Cole's "Anything Goes."

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ugh snow again!!! Gonna have to bust out some New Standards


Al Green--Call Me


Yma Sumac--The Voice of the Xtabay


Linton Kwesi Johnson--Dread Beat an' Blood

Excellent music for washing dishes.

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Thanks to comrade linking this story, I now have this song earwomrming....


Volbeat......lots of Volbeat.

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No, no thank you.


Pan wrote:
Thanks to comrade linking this story, I now have this song earwomrming....

Fixed first link


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Saw a bunch of Facebook posts earlier this week about the 50th anniversary of The Velvet Underground and Nico, but I've been yearning to listen to

Lou Reed--Transformer


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"She started shaking to that, FINE, FINE music they call Rock 'n' roll..."


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Pan wrote:
this song earwomrming....

I only ever had this album as burned CD-R I received from Ariel the Sexy Roller Derby Chick, back when we were exchanging burned CD-Rs. (It was 2007-10ish and she didn't have a cassette player, hence no mixtapes.)

She often voiced annoyance that I kept giving her "old music" and I imagine that's why she let it drop. She, otoh, was always giving me new releases for which I was appreciative since I had recently left Boston and the used record store for my exciting new career of picking stuff up and putting it down elsewhere, and, consequently, no longer got to listen to music for free all day, everyday.

I, of course, was a meticulous artist-album title-song name indicator, soemtimes even with badly-xeroxed black-and-white booklets, but she would just slap a post-it on each one with only the band name, the album title and, oddly, the year released scrawled on it, so I never knew any of the names of the songs on Vampire Weekend. Now that I'm listening to "Oxford Comma," I am realizing that I have never listened to the words to any of their songs.

Thanks for the opportunity to wax nostalgic!

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I had flat track, track side seats to the MN roller girls about 10 years ago myself. The best part was halftime they had mpls own ELO cover band E.L.No perform. Loved seeing all those derby chicks looking puzzled as ELNo rocked out Xanadu


James Cotton, Giant Of The Blues Harmonica, Dies At 81

:(


Funk for Friday!

Fela Ransome Kuti with the Africa '70--Fela Kuti with Ginger Baker Live

(This youtube version sounds better than my old, possibly bootlegged, cd, which has the sax real low in the mix)


Limeylongears wrote:
Pure Prairie League - Pure Prairie League

More waxing nostalgic:

Just got to "Woman" and had my entire childhood flash before my eyes.

In retrospect, kind of surprised my mother listened to these guys. She was pretty adamantly anti-country when my father got into it in the nineties (to be fair, most of the country he listens to is crap), and she even said she gave up on The Byrds went they put out Sweetheart of the Rodeo.


Limeylongears wrote:
A zippy garage one from Evergreen Blueshoes Feat. Skip Battin, who I think was in The Byrds at one point

Evergreen Blueshoes

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Funky Friday Gonna need some THUNDERCAT!!!


Pan wrote:
Funky Friday Gonna need some THUNDERCAT!!!

I bought 'Drunk' last week. It's the tops!


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Ahmad Jamal - Autumn Leaves


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Jimmy Eat World - "Big Casino"
Jimmy Eat World - "23"
Jimmy Eat World - "Polaris"
The Hiya Dunes - "Storms & Pipes"
Stan Rogers - "Lies"

Clutch - "The Devil & Me"
The Smashing Pumpkins - "1979"
Nightwish - "The Islander"
Rush - "Subdivisions"
Rush - "Ghost Rider"

Coheed & Cambria - "Neverender"
Coheed & Cambria - "A Favor House Atlantic"
The Bouncing Souls - "Serenity"
Weezer - "King Of The World"
The Amazing Shakes - "Zombie Trail"

Bridge Under Fire - "Don't Rob The Bank, Rob The Guy Robbing The Bank"
Guantanamo Baywatch - "Barbacoa"
Viet Cong - "Bunker Buster"
Eve 6 - "Open Road Song"
Refused - "Circle Pit"

The Slaughterhouse Chorus - "Fish In A Barrel"
Electric Light Orchestra - "Xanadu"
Shiny Toy Guns - "Rainy Monday"
The Specials - "Rat Race"
The Growlers - "I'll Be Around"


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Mission of Burma--Signals, Calls and Marches

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Mission of Burma--Signals, Calls and Marches

One of the few bands who reunited and were stil great.

Mission of Burma - The Obliterati

Enjoying some savagery:
Napalm Death
Agoraphobic Nosebleed
Black Table
Divider
Ken Mode

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We toured our #1 venue for our wedding today so im feeling this.

She doesnt know yet, but I have a number of musician friends and family helping me form a band for the big night.


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A full reading of 'The Eye of Argon'

Nothing will ever beat this.


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Limeylongears wrote:

A full reading of 'The Eye of Argon'

Nothing will ever beat this.

One of the potential names considered for my current band was "Deep Blue Ovals."


The Byrds--Fifth Dimension


I somehow missed this yesterday.

Chuck Berry Dies at 90; Helped Define Rock ’n’ Roll

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Pan wrote:

We toured our #1 venue for our wedding today so im feeling this.

She doesnt know yet, but I have a number of musician friends and family helping me form a band for the big night.

We had this


David M Mallon wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

A full reading of 'The Eye of Argon'

Nothing will ever beat this.

One of the potential names considered for my current band was "Deep Blue Ovals."

You decided against 'Opaque Nosed Harlot', then?


Limeylongears wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

A full reading of 'The Eye of Argon'

Nothing will ever beat this.

One of the potential names considered for my current band was "Deep Blue Ovals."
You decided against 'Opaque Nosed Harlot', then?

No, that's just what everyone would expect.


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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Miles Davis--'Round About Midnight

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I like Kurt Elling but wow look at the audience its like a TED talk in there :)


Daily Musical Interludes

Future--"Draco"
Santigold--"Who Be Lovin' Me" featuring ILOVEMAKONNEN
The Birthday Party--"Fears of Gun"
The Jesus and Mary Chain--"Some Candy Talking"
L.L. Cool J--"Murdergram"

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TAARKUS

I wanna go to the Viper Room in WeHo for their Metal Assault Night but I'm a responsible adult and I gotta work! Stupid work! Stupid Thursday! Who puts a concert on Thursday anyway?!

[cryface]

: ' {


Daily Musical Interludes

The Monks--"I can't Get Over You"
Billy Walker--"Funny How Time Slips Away"
Joe Hinton--"Funny (How Time Slips Away)"

(I did a little research project on this Willie Nelson-penned song today, spurred by the version on Al Green's Call Me. From what I can tell it was a hit two time for country artists before soul artists picked it up and, again, from what I can tell, Willie didn't record his own version, at least in the studio, until the nineties.)

Fugazi--"Cassavettes"
Le Tigre--"What's Yr Take On Cassavettes?"

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Chance the Rapper "All Night"


Inspired by Limey's post above:

The Incredible String Band--The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter

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