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This morning I listened to some Faron Young. What are you listening to?


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Townes Van Zandt!,i just recently discovered him with the exceptions of some of his songs that others had covered.NOW i listen to just him,why in the hell didn't i find this dude sooner?

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GOLDEN OLDIES--SKYNARD, CHET AND DOUG KERSHAW FIDDLE--ALL KINDS OF BLUES--SMOKESTACK LIGHTNING--TOO MANY TO LIST

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I'm currently listening to Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" album, but not in a CD player. I've got it in my playlist on my iPod Touch.

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Alison Krauss and Union Station, "Paper Airplane" on cd

and Lisa Marie Presley, "Storm and Grace" on i-pod.


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I get ALL My CDs at the Flea Market these days...so these aren't exactly Cutting-Edge..heh:

Lady GaGa/Love Monster...Tom Petty/Into The Great Wide Open...Kelly Clarkson/Breakaway...Def Leppard/Vault...Roy Orbison/Shades Of...Kenny G/Breathless...Dire Straits/Sultans of Swing...REM/Monster..& Green.

On The Airwaves..I'm Thrilled by Hunter Hayes' "Wanted"..as a Single..I Wish I'd Penned.

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Alison Krauss, Paper Airplane

Vince Gill, Guitar Slinger,

JJ Cale, The Very Best of,

Beatles, Love


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For the tastes of the majority of the folks around here (who lean toward the country thing): I would highly recommend checking out that Neko Case record. That woman can sing!

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okay,i've put in Neil Young and Crazy Horse "Americana" cd now,yep,it kicks butt.

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I am listening to my own CDs at the moment.

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Got a load of CDs for Father's Day. Been alternating between the Beach Boys' new one, the Best of Bonnie Raitt and a new live CD from Randy Bachman and Fred Turner, who cannot call themselves Bachman-Turner Overdrive for legal reasons.

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I don't listen to much music. But if someone held a gun at my head and demanded that I put something in the CD player, it would be "Leon Russell And The Shelter People", or "Duane Allman Anthology I".

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aw man,you don't have to put a gun to my head to listen to those cd's Ben,i have both of those,they are sweet on the ears!as is Colins jj Cale,what a treat!

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Well, in my CD-ROM drive it's been of late some Teena Marie best-of's, The Go-Go's Greatest & Return To The Valley Of The Go-Go's, some Prince records, a Heart best-of CD, Loverboy BIG ONES best-of CD, and some odds and ends, such as House of Schock, feat. Go-Go's drummer Gina Schock on lead vocals, ECSTACY'S DANCE: The Best Of Narada Michael Walden, the soundtrack to Grease 2, and some others. On my MP3 players, oodles of tunes, including the overture to the anime series, Battle of the Planets, and the jazzy version of the theme to The Six Million Dollar Man, which is really cool to listen to while jogging/walking on the treadmill. smile


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Again, as I know that the tastes around here lean toward the Country end of the spectrum: Kelly Hogan is a MUST hear. It might be the best album of 2012. Period.

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i put in a home-made best of from Gram Parsons,then Little Feat is on deck!

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Originally Posted by Michael LeBlanc
i put in a home-made best of from Gram Parsons,then Little Feat is on deck!

Nice.

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Tom Petty and Waylon. smile

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In my six CD player I have;

Gordie Tentrees
Kinky Friedman
Chris Smither
Purdy Mouth
Digney Fignus
Hayseed Dixie


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Last five songs I've listened to on my iPod:

Gregory Alan Isakov - Big Black Car
Greenwheel - Shelter
Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
Stone Sour - Imperfect
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Otherside

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Just listened to Norman Blake's "Original Underground Music From The Mysterious South".

It's kind of chamber music. Instrumental. Lot's of mandolin with guitar, fiddle and Cello. Very pleasing to the ear.

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The new Beach Boys CD (That's Why God Made the Radio)
Beach Boys (Pet Sounds Box Set)


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sunday mornin' hangover = Chickasaw Mudd Puppies "8 track stomp"

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It's been forever since I've heard that Chicksaw Mud Puppies album. I used to love that thing in college.

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It has been a long time since I played a CD. I have a MP3 player in my car so listen to stuff via that rather than CD. Any CD is just ripped and added to my extensive database. I also have my laptop hooked up to my TV and home sound system. I have a huge library of music and just put my database on random play. I tend to just skip something I do not want to listen to. I hit the button a lot...LOL. I have been rehearsing a new set list so this past few weeks have been playing these songs till I know them inside out.... I am almost sick of hearing them. I have been listening to Yes a lot as I was given a boxed set anthology....nice. It makes a change listening to real musicians instead of the crap in the charts these days. Oh and when I want a laugh I listen to Justin Beiber or Taylor Swift.

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I have a CD in the player in my car that has songs by folks like y'all the unsigned sing/songwriter. My CD player broke but thats whats in it... When I want to laugh I checkout the bloviating Nit Wits


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Well,
I have a Walkman Cassette Player, Don't Laugh, that I can put a Cassette in and play when I go out for a walk. I haven't used it in a while. You can probably do the same thing with a Mp3 Player or something like that. I am behind the times. Shut up Big Jim!


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Ray is your Walkman clockwork.....? Does it have a huge horn sticking out where the music comes from? And does it have a little dog as a logo?
These museum piece may be worth a lot of money to antique collectors. With this money you might be able to buy a digital walkman....or even a multi media player.

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Folks,
I think Big Jim has been peeking! Who told him I have to hitch up the mules to the wagon to haul my, uh, walkman around the block to listen to my latest, uh, cylender.

I listened to MUSIC FOR ALL SEASONS, a 5 CD Set of light Classical music from Reader's Digest. I also listened to some Carl Smith, a Major Country Artist from the 50's.


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Ray I think I have the same Readers Digest box set but mine is a very old one from the 60s. My dad bought it when I was a teenager. I inherited it when he passed away. it is vinyl with a dozen 12" LP records......there is some great stuff on it. Great music is timeless and has no age barriers.

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Dr. John "Duke Elegant"

Dave Leatherman "Easy Memories"

Alex Harvey "Galilee"

Doobie Brothers "Best Of"

Gordon Lightfoot "United Artists Collection"

Ray Price "Best Of"

Michael Bohe -a collection of unreleased songs

Joanne Lurgio "Nothing Remains the Same"


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i'm getting ready for bike night soooo,i jammin' with Deep Purple "box set 1968-1998".That'll get your motor runnin'!

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At the moment I'm listening to Wes Jeans and Mayday.


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Hey Pop Todd, I love "Life Is Long" from that album. Admittedly, I haven't heard the rest of it. I presume you recommend it?

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Been listening to Train's new CD quite a bit. A favorite song from that is called, "You Can Finally Meet My Mom."

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Got free tix to see Crosby, Stills and Nash tomorrow night, so I may have to get pumped up with some of their classic tunes.

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Originally Posted by Greg C. Brown
Hey Pop Todd, I love "Life Is Long" from that album. Admittedly, I haven't heard the rest of it. I presume you recommend it?

Greg

"Life is Long"? From which album? There's nothing on any of these albums called "Life is Long".
But yeah, I recommend ALL of these albums that I am listening to today.

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Maybe you should listen to EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENS WILL HAPPEN TODAY again. There is a song called, "Life Is Long."

Thanks for the recommendation.

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Originally Posted by Greg C. Brown
Maybe you should listen to EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENS WILL HAPPEN TODAY again. There is a song called, "Life Is Long."

Thanks for the recommendation.

Greg


Aaah. I thought that you were talking about my selections for TODAY. I listened to that Byrne/Eno thing a few days ago, already. Sorry for the confusion. Yeah. I would recommend that record.

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