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    What are you listening to right now?

    I am listening to Jack Johnson right now...

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    GramChop is offline
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    i just looked at the iPod and the song is called "daddy-o" by joyce cooling. it's part of my sbh villa chill playlist.
    The waves of the sea bring me back to me.

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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    Well, since you asked.

    I'm just getting ready for a busy night. Huge storm rolls in. Another tree fell. Thanfully, not on the power lines, etc. this time. Get rain gear on to check all around the house before trekking out. All's cool. Couldn't get "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" out of my mind's ear as I wandered around the house and power lines as it was dumping on me.

    I'll post some cheerier ones later.
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    Tomorrow People..Ziggy Marley
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    "Drown in the Now" by Crystal Method with Matisyahu.

    Very cool video here if interested: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNeXVSt8E80

    (Andynap.....move on to the next post )
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    a David Grey mix
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    The Phillies- are you kidding me????????


    Andy

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    Amanda Shaw - Blues de la Frontier

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    Amy Winehouse now
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinS
    Amanda Shaw - Blues de la Frontier
    Well the fiddle part was good. I may edit that track.

    Change to UB40 - Suspicious Minds

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    Mishka!! I was a little surprised no one here had any opinion either way on his music. I really like each and every CD. Found the music first then found he is one of the children referenced by JB. Mishka Frith (the Mr. Moon of Chansons Pour Les Petits Enfants fame).
    I do remember Jimmy singing this last Nov. and referencing about the reggae singer.
    It was my first look, baby that's all it took

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    What are you listening to right now?

    ..both PeterNJ and I like Mishka...we talked about it in here a few months ago....good stuff

    QUOTE: Found the music first then found he is one of the children referenced by JB. Mishka Frith (the Mr. Moon of Chansons Pour Les Petits Enfants fame).

    Interesting condsidering my dog is named after the other character in that song!
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    During the '99 Le Select Jubilee concert the Children of the Moon were brought on stage to sing with JB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theresa
    "Drown in the Now" by Crystal Method with Matisyahu.

    Very cool video here if interested: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNeXVSt8E80

    (Andynap.....move on to the next post )

    And why don't you put some clothes on? :blush:


    Andy

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    Offshore on this very fall like cloudy day listening to James Taylor Radio on Pandora
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    andynap is online now
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    Pandora is good- I like how they tailor the songs to your taste- good or bad. LOL


    Andy

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    In the car changer right now:

    Vampire Weekend: Contra
    Jack Johnson To the Sea
    Hold Steady: Heaven is Whenever
    Warren Zevon bootleg from 1980
    Stones: Exile on Main Street remastered
    Easy Star All Stars: Dub Side of the Moon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andynap
    Pandora is good- I like how they tailor the songs to your taste- good or bad. LOL
    That is their brand -- personalized radio channel. You are a satisfied customer :)
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    GramChop is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinS
    Amanda Shaw - Blues de la Frontier
    as in amanda amaya shaw...? from mandeville, louisiana? she and my youngest daughter were school mates in jr. high. she is one mean fiddle player.
    The waves of the sea bring me back to me.

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    What are you listening to right now?

    We've got to be talking about the same woman. Amanda Shaw Website

    I had some rockin' good times down on the south side of I-10 and US-90 in my younger days. I enjoy a lot of music from LA. Tonight it's Zachary Richard, with Côte Blanche Bay playing at the moment. You'll find a lot of Aaron Neville and some Neville Brothers on my iPod too.

    The BP disaster reminds me of Zachary Richard's Sunset on Louisianne:

    Sunset on Louisianne

    When I was young and full of dreams,
    My whole life in front of me.
    But things are not always the way they seem,
    Some dreams just don't come true.

    My Papa’d been a trapper living hand to mouth,
    But when I made shop foreman, I had it all figured out,
    It was the answer for which I prayed
    When the industry came to town.

    Chorus:
    Sunset on Louisianne,
    The sun going down on the Promised Land,
    I’ve given you everything I can,
    I’ve got nothing left to lose.

    Married a girl from Pauché Bride,
    Raised a family of Cajun kids,
    Nobody did no better than we did,
    But things can always change.

    My Sister lost her baby premature,
    And my Papa got the sickness that got no cure,
    And what they told us about it at the plant,
    We could not be sure.

    Chorus
    Bridge:
    Smokestacks burning on the river,
    From New Orleans to Baton Rouge.
    How can I go on believing
    When the won’t tell me the truth.

    I take my grand son fishing down at Camanida Bay,
    I hope some of this beauty will last,
    But, lord, it’s changing so damn fast,
    Each and every day.

    I love the river and I love the swamp,
    The snowy egret and the old bull frog,
    But they’re harder to find one and all
    Since the industry came to town.

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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    I was just hanging out online with some of the (surviving) Motown and later players here in town. New topic was: "What's Your Favorite Bass Line That Starts A Song?" Five pages and going strong. I threw a couple curve balls. Yet, these folks have much better memories, experience and knowledge than I could ever aspire to. Kids, this is what happens when Friday dinner plans get cancelled. Kathy called it a night. I just rambled with some of the best. Just like here.


    BTW. Your favorite bass or drum intros to a tune? Always powerful and memorable. IMHO.

    :p
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    Long Road Out of Eden by the Eagles.

    Resisted listening to them for 3O years. Just got tired of the Frey,Henley, Felder narcissism that led to their breaking up.

    Was immediately blown away by the title track (any tune that has the lyrics "met the ghost of Ceasar on the Appian Way" has to be classic)and Joe Walsh's number. Nice Frey guitar bit after the title track. Some other typical Eagles tunes, some throw-aways.

    The fact I've been spinning it for about a week says something. Good to have them back even if for a short while.

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    What are you listening to right now?

    Ya can't go wrong with Joe Walsh (Amy & Phil - Joe is WB6A** .) Frey is a former neighbor that I've met on plane trips before. Honest dude. IMHO.
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    Xpondential music festival live on 88.5 in Philly or streaming on XPN.org
    Edward Sharpe & Magnetic Zero's playing now, Robert Randolph & the Family band later...
    http://www.xpn.org/music-artist/xpn-stream

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    mea culpa.. If you tuned in to this girlfriend singing. Ice pick in my eye I tell ya! Robert Randolp up a little later

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    What are you listening to right now?

    Last night, it was New York Dolls, which morphed into Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers. I was in a maximum RnR mood...

    I'm about to do a few processing runs (11 rolls from yesterday's model session) and need to decide on tunes. Probably my girl Susanna, or some Jackson Browne. Can't load film on reels to fast music...
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    At the risk of being banned, I really don't get Buffett's popularity.
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    He is perfect for pool floating . . . nostalgic . . . island music . . . cheeseburgers . . . . coconut telegraph . . . . Autour de Rocher . . .
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    Hey... I do admire his lifestyle. I also think he's written a handful of good tunes. Generally, I think he's an average songwriter, with a mediocre voice. Nice guy, though...
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