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Guest blackcoffee_redwine

Fittingly enough, today I've been listening to The Replacements song "Androgynous." It's quickly becoming my theme song...

oy, great song, great album

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Guest For the Quinn

Fittingly enough, today I've been listening to The Replacements song "Androgynous." It's quickly becoming my theme song...

oy, great song, great album

That album is one of my all time faves! Too bad most people think I'm talking about the Beatles when I mention it though lol

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Guest Kai Reddtail

A ton of Marianas Trench lately. I just sort of discovered them recently and now I cannot stop listening to them.

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Sally

I just discovered a very good jazz trumpeter named Cindy Bradley - she is very good and plays a custom made pink trumpet on some of her gigs.

Love ya,

Sally

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Guest ZensandT

Disturbed and Gorillaz for me, today.

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Guest Micha

Streetlight Manifesto.

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Currently on my audio stream (CD format) is:

Gayatri Mantra Deva Premal

On vinyl is from Abba to ZZtop and "everything" in between.

Artists longest in collection is a toss-up between Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show, Chuck Berry, B.B. King and Sibelius.

Huggs,

Joann

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Guest Sentience

Emilie Autumn : Opheliac

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Guest Chrysee

Crosby, Stills, & Nash. (& Young sometimes.) The first two albums, anyway. After that, aside from their solo & duo work, they to me lost what they'd found.

Saw the four of them on the night of my senior prom. Had a much better time than if I'd rented a tux, invited someone that probably would not have wanted to be seen with me, and spent the evening with the jocks, gear heads, R.O.T.C. warmongers, and all of the other types that made my high school years such a horror show.

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Guest Karen K

Today, it's Classic Rock and Roll. Most days though, it's the Blues.

Laura Jane

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Guest Chrissy6455

Too Close - Alex Claire

a little out of the norm for me lol

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Currently in the audio stream is:

No Woman No Cry - Bob Marley & The Wailers.

Huggs,

Joann

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Guest Chrysee

When I was young, I so wanted to become a dancer. Sadly, that was for 'tootsie-frootsies' (as my uncle used to call me) and not real men.

Really?!

And so, today I am enjoying the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever.

(Sorry if that makes anyone wretch!!)

With love,

Cissy Sartorious

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Guest katiemarie90

Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros- Home

I don't know why but it gives me so many mixed emotions everytime i listen.

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Guest kuzronk

Weezer - Devotion

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Guest Jenny_W

Birdy - her new-ish album

Fav tracks: 1901, Skinny Love and People Help The People

Absolutely wonderful

Jenny

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Guest Chrysee

Nightwish, when Tarja was still their lead singer.

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Carolyn Marie

I listened to my album of Leroy Anderson's light classics this morning. Younger folks might not know his work, but those of us calendar-challenged will surely remember "The Syncopated Clock," "Sleigh Ride," "The Typewriter," and "Bugler's Holiday."

His music is guaranteed to bring a smile to my face. Check it out on Youtube, or Google him. You won't regret it.

HUGS

Carolyn Marie

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Guest Chrysee

I need to find something loud fast!

I awoke this morning to the lyrics from 1963, "Listen to the rhythm of the falling rain". It's weather related - but the soggy weather doesn't need soppy lyrics to go with!

Help!

Love, Megan

Zeppelin!!

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Angel, Madonna is currently on the audio stream.

Huggs,

Joann

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:poster_oops:

Forgot to say: Can't wait 'til Wednesday to dust something off from the archives! :blush:

Huggs,

Joann

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Guest Madison_Always

The boxer - Mumford and Sons <3

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