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04-25-2019 , 09:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike Haven Music Stuff I Like...
Watching the session reminds me of how we consume the finished, packaged product, the same way we see meat that's sold in a supermarket. We forget the process and the work involved. The talents and skills of these guys seem far more apparent when you watch the way the final issue is built. Don’t ya think?
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Originally Posted by squid face Music Stuff I Like...
I friggin love exile on main street - also a huge fan of bobby keys (sax). I also really dig Leon Russel which leads me to this


wow equal to rayz i got some heavyweights posting in my blog. more certain than awesome

it's only been a few times but back in the day when I'd visit vegas and walk over to squid table at the V he always seemed to have a monster. he'd give me a "watch this look" after flipping me his cards and would take down some monster pots. i'd like to figure i am an anti cooler. much respect for this incredible pro.

and if you ever get MikeHaven to post in your thread you know you're made.

i'm just going to continue to post my **** but if you have something good, bring er on.
04-26-2019 , 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by R*R Music Stuff I Like...
... and if you ever get MikeHaven to post in your thread you know you're made. ...
lol thank you, kind sir, but actually my nickname should be Threadkiller

I really love your eclectic taste in music. Please keep'em coming!
04-26-2019 , 11:14 PM
this is my favourite youtube video, period!

the sounds and vocals are phenomenal.


04-27-2019 , 10:14 AM
Haha!! Mike haven beat me - You are far too kind RR. Just saw a thread with some ossum music in it and wanted to be a part of it.

I love The Rolling Stones. I saw em in 81. Was epic, but I was sad cuz they were old (lol wtf). In fact a bunch o my palz went to see em in 89 and I flat out refused to go. I felt they were way too old. Obviously I was a total fish and should have gone
04-27-2019 , 06:03 PM
04-30-2019 , 12:41 AM


a bonus will follow
04-30-2019 , 12:42 AM
04-30-2019 , 12:44 AM
i say just let it be

but now its time for the great iggy


Last edited by Mike Haven; 03-22-2020 at 01:35 PM. Reason: 2 posts merged
04-30-2019 , 01:04 AM
stevie

04-30-2019 , 01:13 AM
and then add Tom in there.



I would like to add Dylan but those three never did it together.

I saw Dylan and Petty in the early eighties, not long after I hung out with peter townshend,. Bob accepted Tommy.*But it's rare that you ever get to sit around Dylan's table.
04-30-2019 , 01:13 AM
04-30-2019 , 03:14 AM
04-30-2019 , 06:34 PM
mark ronson sounds like a girl singing what was it a sex change. and iggy you lost me. never heard of either and aint gonna go huntin fur them.

all the others are tops for sure.
04-30-2019 , 06:42 PM
another great one but easier on the ears


05-01-2019 , 02:15 AM
-Ray no mo country please, clapton or not


but one of the saddest songs ever written'



05-02-2019 , 03:32 PM
dat one was not country my man. it was written by leadbelly and is his best known song long time ago. clapton along with many others picked it up. but will do.
05-03-2019 , 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Ray Zee Music Stuff I Like...
dat one was not country my man. it was written by leadbelly and is his best known song long time ago. clapton along with many others picked it up. but will do.
i was trying to make a joke and it clearly was mis-written or something, probably because subsciously I am not much of a country fan, but you rayz can post whatever you want in here.
05-15-2019 , 12:16 AM
sorry but I couldn't help xposting from ooT Too OTt ot whatever the **** ya wanna call it

Townshend can do anything. I hung out with him for about 3 days in Eilat, Israel many moons ago. He was drying out and I was soaking it in. it's a strange thing meeting and hanging out with your childhood idol. plays with the psyche a bit.

05-15-2019 , 12:17 AM
and this has to be in this thread



05-16-2019 , 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by R*R Music Stuff I Like...
and this has to be in this thread



Yes, one of the best songs written.
05-22-2019 , 08:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Ray Zee Music Stuff I Like...
mark ronson sounds like a girl singing what was it a sex change. and iggy you lost me. never heard of either and aint gonna go huntin fur them.
lol Well spotted! That was in fact a girl, Lykke Li, singing.

Fwiw, Mark Ronson is probably best known as a songwriter and record producer. Whether you like them or not, "Uptown Funk" was one of his and is about third equal on the list of best-selling digital singles of all time, and he received an Academy Award for "Shallow" ; 3,500m and 550m views on YT, respectively, so his work is quite well known to the kids.

I think I liked the Li song because the words "on and on" awoke a long hidden memory of mine of the song I used to listen to constantly, on and on, over and over, when I bought my first computer:

05-22-2019 , 02:12 PM
Cool Thread . . .

05-25-2019 , 04:27 AM
that red alert thing was too freaky for me now i am going to have nightmares tonight.
05-25-2019 , 09:22 AM
Another one I had on repeat. I used to wonder in amazement how two of the best voices around had happened to come together to make such an incredible head-nodding song. All the complexities of the singing, the story-telling, the mixing of both main and backing vocals, and the constant simple beat throughout makes it one of my favourites of all time:

05-26-2019 , 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Ray Zee Music Stuff I Like...
and iggy you lost me. never heard of either and aint gonna go huntin fur them.
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Nothing makes sense unless you know who Iggy pop was. Back then, right around 1969, while the rest of the world was going psychedelic, he presided over quite some reign of perverted rock & roll terror. He would slather his body in peanut butter; barf on his audience; cut himself up with broken glass; wear silver-lamé evening gloves onstage; shoot heroin; make frequent use of his big, beautiful penis; crash his car into trees; beg horrified record-label executives for drug money; pass out in bathrooms with the spike still in his arm; check himself in to a mental institution and score coke off David Bowie while there. Just in general, he lived the totally messed-up life and wrote the totally messed-up songs without which there could have been no angry punk-music explosion of the 1970s, much less anything that has evolved since, angry-punk-music-related.
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