So, What'cha listen to today?

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  1. Freddy G

    Freddy G V.I.P. Member

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    Awesome! The grandfather of grunge.

    This is my fav live Neil Young footage. 1971 in a BBC studio with audience.

     
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    Oh Freddy. That's kicking my ass.
    pre-Harvest.
    My sister bought Harvest when I was 13. I loved that record more than her.
    When you have a voice like that, the melodies come easy.
    I love European audiences. They listen.
     
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  3. Razzle

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    Listening to a guy not a lot of people know about... Travis Larson

     
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    The last new release to blow me away was Monarch's "Two Isles", a 2016 release from my favorite label El Pariaso Records.

    I've now stumbled upon another ass-kickin' album by a band called Dommengang, the album is called "Love Jail" (2018) on Thrill Jockey Records. This record absolutely smokes!! Check it out.

    (for fans of Fu Manchu, Dead Meadow, Black Angels, Endless Boogie, Gin Lady...etc)



    Here is the "Two Isles" link if you haven't listened yet:
     
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  5. Kashmir

    Kashmir Senior Member

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  6. HeartString

    HeartString Non Prominent MBR Premium Member

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    That was excellent! Thanks for sharing that. So much of our youth back then was listening to music all day and all night. The Vietnam War was in full swing and on the news every night. Kent State was in the forefront of everyone's mind. Woodstock was the biggest happening of our youth and we were protesting in our school lunch room having sit in's and defying authority.

    Musicians were bridges carrying us from reality to enlightenment and carrying us from one genre to another all different but yet the same from Joni Mitchell/Simon and Garfunkel to Led Zepplin/Black Sabbath to Paul Butterfield and on and on it went. We look to music for comfort, peace, understanding and enrichment. Inspiration, hope, love, kinship, and the list goes on.

    We get old and die and a new generation takes the flag and runs with it speaking to the conditions of the time or just sharing a moment of love and clarity. We try to figure out this thing called life and attempt to make the world a better place. Good and evil, right and wrong, Lyrics, morals, tributes, callings, what's it all mean.

    200 years from now they will still be talking about the music from the 60's and 70's I think. They were wonderful times and they were awful times.

     
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  7. DavGrape

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    Oh lordy.
    Travis Larson.
    The whole band. Jeebus.
    Kashmir, AWOLNATION'S "Sail", I need to hear every day.
    HeartString nails it, in 4 paragraphs.
     
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  8. bulletproof

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    Not the most technical playing in the world, but you've gotta love the energy these guys bring to this one:

     
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    Man, I’m digging this!! I would rather have lots of feeling and raw energy than technical playing. That’s some good ole rock right there! :dude:
     
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    Thought you might like that one, BP. Southern boys with the right influences, I love how the frontman is even channeling Ronny Van Zant a little with the bare feet.
     
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    Man, I had to watch this again! And y’all are right....bare feet!! :dude:
     
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    Legend has it that Ronny loved to perform barefoot because he could feel the vibrations of the music through the stage, and that beat stage monitors all to hell. Most badass frontman ever, IMO.
     
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    It's amazing Steven Tyler still has his voice after singing on this album...

     
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    Finally a pro shot video of Band Maid.

    Kanami (guitarist) showing some new stuff using a harmonizer on her backing vocals.

     
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    Lonnie Brooks - Live From Chicago (one of the greatest live blues albums ever recorded)




     
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    The best at his best. This is just so awesome and it goes on and on and on........

     
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    Really nice slide work in this!!! Thanks for sharing!!
     
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