Aug 7, 2019
Bill Withers is a bigger name than many of us realize. He had a great run.
Crabby, If you like some of the old R&B and Soul, you should check out Michael Kiwanuka. British. David Gilmour style guitar. Hendrix guitar licks. Produced by Dead Mau5.
Listened to Love & hate , liked that even more ......... Thanx Westslope !!
What's better ? Smoking a Doobie or listening to the D
oobie's......................BOTH ; AT THE SAME TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lots of John Prine today
Yeah. John Prine is on heavy rotation. Sad day for family, friends and fans. Prine had a good run so "no complaints".
Prine is to country-folk what John Steinbeck is to modern post-war literature.
Say Hello in There
Donald and Lydia
and on and on and on. This is true greatness.
2 bears 1 cave on youtube
Jeffrey Martin. Not well known but excellent.
Doing yard work. Listening to Genesis Seconds Out Live.
Dr John , kinda what's going on all around us; Dr Hook just because and Traffic because this version is just Bad to the Bone !! [ Delaware Destroyer pun ]
@TheCrabby1: Big fan of Traffic. Big fan of Steve Winwood.
When I reconnect with music I enjoyed in the late 1960s, early 1970s -- truly the golden era -- it is more often than not, the jazz-folk-rock synthesis material.
Steely Dan gets a fair bit of play. The wife rather likes it.
Good share. im a HUGE fan of this guy.
My 2yo son was just dancing to "Must be the Whisky" by Cody Jinks. Not sure if I should be proud or sad haha
Still love this album.
I want my MTV
At work so listening to XM 1st wave.
love this stuff for studying and writing papers.....lets get your masters online it'll be fun.....
89 Degree's and sunny , wasn't much of a choice
Not bad! I am always pleasantly surprised when I like something with the word 'hop' in it. Be patient, I am an old guy.
For writing, difficult reading and spread sheet work I like:
- Pat Metheney (with Lyle Mays, the PM Group, etc.) example: Last Train Home -- American contemporary jazz synthesis at its best IMO
- Boards of Canada, Tomorrow's Harvest -- ambient electronica from Scotland, h/t Steven Wilson
- All India Radio, example: Fall. Most of AIR's stuff is 100% instrumental -- ambient electronica from Australia
I need massive amounts of help. Send maidens.
Listening to Band of Horses to see if I like any songs besides The Funeral and Ghost
I REALLY like Frightened Rabbit.
The Live in Aught Three album with the Heartless Bastards has a great version of it.
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