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so groovy, from '69 just a great vibe.... Bowie's Janine...

 

 

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What a cool tune - never heard it before - sounds like that era.

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So, so not safe for work. Nobody under 18. Nope nope. The animation and the song both are amazing.

 

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Hugs!

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today's flavor comes by way of my young guitar asking if I'd ever heard "C'mon" by Poco. That song really is driving but the song they should have been a hit for them was

 

 

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Nice harmonies and slide guitar! 

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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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not a well known song but I love it

 

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Classic sound, great guitar tone

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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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ok enough of that - let's get serious

 

 

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that's some serious album :)

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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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On 9/16/2020 at 11:20 AM, Niamh said:

 I really enjoyed that. 

 

Thank you dear

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5kKo2_2MzI

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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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my other favorite Tom Waits Tom - only he can rhyme quickly and lickety splitly 

 

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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

https://www.npr.org/2020/09/18/913974144/50-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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