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drunken_nomad wrote:
Stacey Q - Two Of Hearts

Perfect! Mrs Gersen and I have been making fun of this one for the past month.


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I wish I had never found this website:

Emerson, Lake and Palmer: Do They Suck?

New African Psych Blues from Tinariwen

A Louvin Brothers tune I extracted from an article about nuclear energy and evangelical Christianity

Public Enemy’s ‘It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back’ Deconstructed

I mean, srly, how am I supposed to keep up with the news and politrolling if I have to spend all my time following Dangerous Minds. I haven't even got to that 2-hour Gil Scott-Heron documentary!


Here's my Pandora station.

It was originally designed to be music for a post-apocalyptic steampunk world. Wild Wild West meets Gamma World and redirected through Beyond Victoriana.

Playing "Immaculate Crucifixion" by Juno Reactor right now.

Sovereign Court

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My favourite Horton Heat

And the best Public Enemy cover.


GeraintElberion wrote:
My favourite Horton Heat

Mine


Why
(Just found it today. I actually really like the sound of Living Illusion. Haven't sorted through all their songs, yet, and don't know (most of) the lyrics, but that music is niiiiiiice.)


I was looking for the whole performance back when I posted Sandy performing "The North Star Grassmen and the Ravens" and I'm linking it now so I won't forget to watch it when I get home from work.


After reviewing more of their work (and listening more carefully... and less so in a number of cases) I've discovered that Living Illusion uses a lot of curse words.

So, you know, pursue at your own risk.


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:
My favourite Horton Heat
Mine

Ive been to 2 of their shows and they ALWAYS kill it! There are TOO MANY to list of my favorites...but one time they did a 'history of music' suite in the middle of the show and this cover of Paranoid flattened the room. Later they ended with a cover of Ace of Spades with the singer from Nashville Pussy on half the vocals. Rev started the song and from the back bar Blaine (the mono-train??) came barreling to the stage and made it just in time for his part on the second verse. I think he ran off during the guitar solo and puked and got back in time for the last bit! It was intense.

RIP Snorty Horse Saloon. Redneck methy trashy bar has gone on to hell.


Limeylongears wrote:
Main listening this week, however, has been the second Agitation Free album

This is the shiznit!!!

[bubble bubble bubble]


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Everything I can find on Youtube from the metal band In This Moment.


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Selemet, by Omar Faruk Tekbilek.


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Public Enemy’s ‘It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back’ Deconstructed

Bumped for Funk for Friday


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My contribution to Funk For Fridays this week is:

Allah Akbar by Ofo the Black Company

Where are the atheist funk records, eh? >:-(

Been trying to get back into garage, too, which is how I found Nobody But Me by the Human Beinz. At some point, I'll find out how to do all those dances. The results will *not* be pretty.

Let's forget that for a moment and contemplate The Beau Brummels, who are wonderful.

EDIT: 'Version of Nobody But Me' w/Addams Family vid!


Songs of Praise!

Abbreviated this week because I've got to go shovel the driveway and then go to work.

More Mahalia
More Fugs


Enter the Haggis


Ghoultown's "Give 'em More Rope".


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Funky MLK Day:

Marvin Gaye - T Plays it Cool ...the Trouble Man soundtrack is badass!

Wayne Talbert - Trouble

Tower of Power - Dont Change Horses in the Middle of a Stream

Ann Sexton - Youre Losing Me

T Connection - Groove City

Ofo the Black Company is amazing! Thanks for the new tunes


Dangerous Minds Two-Fer on Punk from the American Heartland:

The Zero Boys

The Dead Boys


Backyardigans


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These guys are going to be in my hometown this week. Gonna try to brave the cold to see em mix it up downtown. You can d/l all their tracks for free from their homepage. :)

The Floozies

other weirdness Ive been listening to:

Jimmy Edgar

Sam Sparro

Step Brothers (Alchemist & Evidence)

and this amazing woman and her crew are on tour this cold winter. I want to see her before she goes platinum.

Valerie June...and maybe she'll do this one too


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The triplethrashthreat of
EXODUS
SUICIDAL TENDENCIES
SLAYER
are on the road this spring...man. Shredding will ensue.


Baby Einstein: Baby Noah


drunken_nomad wrote:

The triplethrashthreat of

EXODUS
SUICIDAL TENDENCIES
SLAYER
are on the road this spring...man. Shredding will ensue.

\oo/


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Solid Gold Headset!


The Pillows - Hybrid Rainbow


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^^^^^

Crazy Sunshine!


drunken_nomad wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:
My favourite Horton Heat
Mine
Ive been to 2 of their shows and they ALWAYS kill it!

From the comments for the "Paranoid" link:

"At the end of a show I asked the drummer (he was wearing a Thin Lizzy shirt) who his favourite rockabilly artists were. He said rockabilly bores him.....guess here's the proof."

Hee hee!

Dark Archive

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Dio - Dream Evil

Great album. I'm particularly fond of Sunset Superman.


My bard character just performed another Horton Heat track in a PbP.

Also, More rockabilly

I've been grooving to Gene and co.'s The Bop That Won't Stop in the car lately.


Set wrote:

Dio - Dream Evil

Great album. I'm particularly fond of Sunset Superman.

Sunshine Superman

for Limey

[Changes hat when he sees that video is dedicated to one of Donny's ex-girlfriends.]


Pixar's UP - the actual movie, not the Soundtrack.


Ringing phones and aircraft radio traffic.


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Monophonics - In Your Brain

Herbie Hancock - Hang Up Your Hang Ups

The Sylvers - Boogie Fever...quintessential 70's! ...how is that crowd just sitting there? damn!

...just found this one while linking around on the youtubes:
Skull Snaps - My Hang Up is You

WuTangClan - C R E A M ...get the money dolladolla bill yall

Diplomats -Dont Fool Wit the Dips

Geto Boys - My Minds Playin Tricks on Me


...and Set, that Dio album is classic!

Overlove. That one makes me drive fast!


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PS. Those last couple hiphop tracks above are NSFW...with all the cussin

Speaking of that, here's Keak da Sneak... and back again!


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The sweet, sweet sounds of my babbling little son. Heh. Two-year-olds.

Liberty's Edge

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Nkem Owoh I Go Chop Yo Dollar

lol I got my Dollar Chop hard by Target, but this is still funny.


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Dwight Yoakum's Greatest Hits.


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Short entry for the song of praise.

Just saw 12yearsaslave...powerful stuff there.

Roll Jordan Roll happens close to the end. Not sure how long this clip will stay on youtube.


Getting behind on WPZO again, I see. I even forgot yesterday's Songs of Praise!

More Mahalia
Junior Murvin
Will the Circle be Unbroken?
Lord kiss me once more, fill me with song, Allah, kiss me once more


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Dwight Yoakum's Greatest Hits.

Dwight & Buck


More garage rock and American television for Limey

I met Grandpa once. At the Socialist Scholars Conference.

Vive le Al Lewis!


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I just put on At 89... it still hasn't sunk on he's gone. R.I.P. Pete.

I need to rip his CDs onto my notebook, even though it feels somehow sacrilege.


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Pete Seeger and Bruce Springsteen: "This Land is Your Land"

Bruce Springsteen and the Seeger Sesions Band: "We Shall Overcome"

Pete Seeger: "Forever Young"

Pete Seeger and Johnny Cash: "Worried Man Blues"

Pete Seeger and Oscar the Grouch: "Garbage"

Pete Seeger: "Abiyoyo" (on Reading Ranbow)

Pete Seeger: "Guantanamera"


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Pete Seeger - If I Had a Hammer

Pete Seeger - Where Have All the Flowers Gone

Pete Seeger - My Rainbow Race

The blacklisted stuff:
The Weavers - Goodnight Irene

The Weavers - Tzena, Tzena, Tzena

The Weavers - Kisses Sweeter Than Wine

And the progenitors:
Almanac Singers - Which Side Are You On

Almanac Singers - I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister

Almanac Singers and Peter Seeger - Quartermaster's Song


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[Clenched fist salute]

Roll the Union On
John Brown's Body
Talking Union
Waist Deep in the Big Muddy (Ninja'd by Comrade Slaad in the other thread)
The Internationale
(Ironically, the Statue of Liberty was a gift from the French government that had just crushed the Paris Commune to the American government that had just betrayed Reconstruction)


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V V Brown - Shark in the Water

Dionne Bromfield - Yeah Right

Little Jackie - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Amy Winehouse - Valerie


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Austin Lucas - "Go West"
The Ruts - "Something That I Said"
The Birthday Party - "Loose" (cover)
Slowdive - "When The Sun Hits"
Buzzy Girl Flynn - "South Goodman" (live)

Dark Archive

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It's cold out and I'm forgetting what the sun looks like, so depressing stuff fits my mood. :)

Dance Along the Edge - Concrete Blonde

Song for Kim - Concrete Blonde again!

My December - Linkin Park

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