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I love this poco song - I've played it live several times - needs wonderful singers to pull off and give shivers.



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I am currently listening to Riot by Hollywood Undead 


I can't stop replaying it, I just love Hollywood Undead, :DD I love a lot of their songs. 

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The band is picking up this one being our drummer loves the live drumming version - guitarist is still working on sitar sound.



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Still my favorite Zep and they recorded it like 3 weeks after getting together - Cyndee you'd know if I'm right on that one. The New Yardbirds and thankfully Terry Reid didn't join.

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ah...finished zep 1 and now II - I bought this the first night it was out. I worked at a store called Ontario (like a K Mart) and I punched out at 9:25 (store closed a 9:30) and it was Halloween and it was raining as I ran the 2 blocks to my house - even falling once - I remember it like yesterday. I opened the folding cover - pulled out the album and placed the needle and heard the reverse voice (turns out it was an analog problem in early multi-track studios) and WHOLE LOTTA LOVE came out. I remember those were the days of early progressive/freeform/underground music stations and I was living in Toledo and a Detroit station WABX played full side of Zep II. Ah memories.....


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Love the song - the words  and mood fit so well together - Tom Waits voice even sounds good... no that isn't me in the background though I wish it was



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"It was 50 years ago today."  Oh wait!  Wrong band!!!


Black Sabbath's Paranoid was released after being recorded in just 6 days.  Here's a good story from NPR that discusses it. 

50 Years Ago, Black Sabbath Found Its Sound And Took Metal Worldwide



My favorite is War Pigs, an anti-war song if there ever was one!  Very cool intro riff by Tony Iommi.




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Ryan is a great singer/songwriter with wholesome tunes. He also happens to be trans. Talented young man. 2 of my faves below. The first one came across one of my random playlists this morning.



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Saw Black Sabbath on their first US tour and it changed my life.

There was no metal at that time and they presented it to the world.

I have been a die hard metal fan ever since.

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4 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

Saw Black Sabbath on their first US tour and it changed my life.

Saw Sabbath in ‘82 in Seattle at the Seattle Center Arena...Absolutely loved it!!❤️


Right now I’m listening to “The Intro” by The xx. What a great tune to relax to after a really busy day.


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Funny story, in the late 70's when we lived in VA we had a period of drought so no watering lawns or washing cars.  One Saturday it started pouring.  Next I see our neighbor out with a bucket of soapy water washing his car (BMW 2002).  We dashed out to help him finish then we all did our cars.  We were soaked but had great fun celebrating the return of the rain god!  


I hope the rain helps the situation out West.

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1 hour ago, Jani said:

We were soaked but had great fun celebrating the return of the rain god!  




🙂 It's a lovely feeling to be all wet and not care 🙂





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