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Re: what music are you listening to now?
Lannis #784574 09/17/19 12:15 pm
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Originally Posted by Lannis

That reminds me of when I was a teenager, when I got in bed at night I would stack 3 or 4 LPs on the record player (Stones, Guess Who, Who, etc) but this was always the last album on the stack, and it's the one I went to sleep by.

I fell asleep in my chair just now listening to it ... That fadeout of "I'm getting closer to my home" with the violins is the ultimate lullaby for me ...



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When the tinnitus gets excessive sleep music is on the cards, so it is fire up the open reeler.
Pink Floyd ( 8 hour compilation ) or
Bo Hassen , Lord of the Rings -Watership Downs - or
Fripp & Eno - No Pussyfooting - Evening Star - Equitorial Stars or
Todd Rundgen - wizard/True Star - Ra - Utopia


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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Originally Posted by wadeschields
Just watched the Woodstock 50th anniversary on netflix .... Very interesting... The original woodstock movie was all about the music . This one is about everything before and during the event including interviews with people who were there.... Worth a watch for sure ... It makes you realize why Woodstock became the cultural defining event that it was. Some of it was luck and a whole lot of good people . The towns folks and the attendees as well as those who were part of the show....


Yeah,
They have been giving old Woodstock stuff a bashing down here as well.
Can't help but think what would happen today
Trump would call out the Nationa Guard and build 25 new prisons to house all those criminals.


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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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I remember when I was about 10 my oldest brother and a cousin of the same age bought the new 'Stones "Ruby Tuesday" record (45).

I was consigned to giving up my bed for my cousin to sleep in, so I was sleeping on the couch next to the record player. They set the player to repeat and it played ALL NIGHT LONG.

In the morning, they asked me if I could sing it, and I said "no" (but I could, and still can - in my head)


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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Originally Posted by BSA_WM20

When the tinnitus gets excessive sleep music is on the cards, so it is fire up the open reeler.
Pink Floyd ( 8 hour compilation ) or
Bo Hassen , Lord of the Rings -Watership Downs - or
Fripp & Eno - No Pussyfooting - Evening Star - Equitorial Stars or
Todd Rundgen - wizard/True Star - Ra - Utopia

What, no Air Structures or Index of Metals?

Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Listening to The Dandy Warhols

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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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i love this tune...the video is a person driving through wilds o Bra-zeel

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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Townes Van Zandt tells a joke between songs .
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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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Got lucky at the thrift store today. I found a vinyl copy of Brand X "Product" for a buck.
Promo copy, probably only played once or twice.


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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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TechnoViking was my Internet avatar for many years .... always love his "attitude"!

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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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years ago i would sit in my living room and build frames for my beehives listening to laurie anderson. my jig only made ten at a time, although later ones i built made thirty. i never managed to get up to 100 frames per hour, but i could do 90. her music always reminds me of freshly-sawn white pine, melted beeswax, and the roar of our air compressor in the kitchen in the next room.

spectacular performance artist, musician, and poet.

even though i never managed 100 frames in an hour, i did manage to acquire enough skill to measure, skin, and stuff museum-mounts of mice in 12 minutes. i suppose that skill is rarer than making frames.


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Re: what music are you listening to now?
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I particularly enjoyed the intro to Bury the hatchet, reminded me of Master of the Universe by Hawkwind.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3W7ch0oLeA


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