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EMB5490  
7 Sep 2010 19:54 | Quote
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I was jamming to this early and figured i should listen...
GreenHorn  
7 Sep 2010 20:13 | Quote
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Queensr˙che - Revolution Calling
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DGfXAvgknM&ob=av2e
jcb3000  
7 Sep 2010 20:41 | Quote
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After a long 13 hour shift: Pink Floyd - Coming Back to Life
BodomBeachTerror  
7 Sep 2010 21:56 | Quote
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jcb3000 says:
After a long 13 hour shift: Pink Floyd - Coming Back to Life

*like*
EMB5490  
7 Sep 2010 22:15 | Quote
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GreenHorn  
7 Sep 2010 22:57 | Quote
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MoshZilla1016  
7 Sep 2010 23:43 | Quote
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nullnaught  
8 Sep 2010 00:38 | Quote
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JazzMaverick  
8 Sep 2010 03:23 | Quote
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BodomBeachTerror says:
jcb3000 says:
jcb3000 says:
After a long 13 hour shift: Pink Floyd - Coming Back to Life


*like*


HAHAHA You can tell who's addicted to facebook here! ;)

Here's what I'm listening to because I'm fuxing awesome




BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
case211  
8 Sep 2010 06:45 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Here's what I'm listening to because I'm fuxing awesome


Or *slightly* insane :B hehehe

@Greenhorn

Queensryche For the Massive Win! haha

Here is what I got to listen to after about 6 PM up until 10 PM....


....... :/
nullnaught  
8 Sep 2010 14:58 | Quote
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nullnaught  
8 Sep 2010 17:22 | Quote
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Ozzfan486  
8 Sep 2010 17:54 | Quote
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A lot of Motley Crue for some reason, Exile by the Stones, Gn'R, and Aerosmith. I've pretty much been stuck on these four bands for a couple of months.
GreenHorn  
8 Sep 2010 22:43 | Quote
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@Ozzfan486
Sounds like the perfect mix! ;D lol

Van Halen - Right Now
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aTYp8-O96M
Senshival  
9 Sep 2010 05:40 | Quote
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@Guitarslinger124:
hey i like that songs from In Flames...
^^
GreenHorn  
9 Sep 2010 18:16 | Quote
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Steve Vai - The Audience Is Listening :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iELsJ29W7zo
btimm  
9 Sep 2010 19:06 | Quote
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I just learned to play this on my acoustic, so sick! Of course listening to it now too. lol

DarkRiff  
9 Sep 2010 19:45 | Quote
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macandkanga  
10 Sep 2010 11:09 | Quote
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Al DiMeola - Land of the Midnight Sun
nullnaught  
10 Sep 2010 18:24 | Quote
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nullnaught  
10 Sep 2010 22:50 | Quote
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GreenHorn  
11 Sep 2010 12:13 | Quote
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The Rolling Stones - Paint It Black
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pqQQM2Xclc
12mike12  
21 Sep 2010 05:22 | Quote
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try out a young land fromthe isle of man called davy knowles and back door slam (think he gone solo but not sure ) tear down the wall
MuseFan  
21 Sep 2010 12:10 | Quote
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Sing for absolution glasto 2004 :)
BodomBeachTerror  
21 Sep 2010 12:32 | Quote
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A gal from my hometown named Jenell Pierson

http://www.myspace.com/jenellpierson
JazzMaverick  
21 Sep 2010 14:48 | Quote
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TANK! by Yoko Kanno - the soundtrack for "Cowboy Bebop"

tinyskateboard  
21 Sep 2010 14:55 | Quote
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Cowboy Bebop was a fun cartoon. Thanks for the cool video.
macandkanga  
9 Jun 2011 10:46 | Quote
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Symphony X - The New Mytholoy Suite

listening to the whole album. Simply awesome.
thatguitarguy  
9 Jun 2011 18:04 | Quote
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Nice!
djohnson  
16 Oct 2012 08:44 | Quote
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I am Listening to Moon Taxi. There Album Titled Cabaret and it is bad ass!
brewer_jazzmaster  
31 Oct 2012 04:55 | Quote
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Frank Zappa - Whats new in baltimore
vincejonesiii  
11 Dec 2012 11:21 | Quote
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DETHKLOK- Dethalbum III



nuff said
carlsnow  
11 Dec 2012 14:36 | Quote
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Mission Of Burma - 'Unsound' (Fire Records, 2012)

and

Ritual - 'Think Like A Mountain (2003)

and

Bill Frisell/Ron Carter/Paul Motion - (self-titled) - 2005

a new CD by a very retro-Psychedelic band (i am Mastering It for them, so: 1: i have have heard TOO much, lol, and 2: cant give the name cause its confidential/business until release)

all moth i have been recall digging a few old faves on Lp/Cd:

Mississippi Fred MacDowell - S/t - (rounder Records) Lp
&
Lightnin' Hopkins - 'Lightnin' & The Blues' CD (arhool rec)

two neat facts re above
1- Fred was born a few miles away from where i live, in the county of Rockfort TN, Someone THOUGH he was from Mississippi and gave him the nickname, Fred said, "i don't mind i feel at home in Mississippi, but my home is in ..."-"besides it sounds easier than Rockford Fred..(laughs)" ... gotta love that
&
2- That Lighnin' Recorded was recording in 1948, a guitar w/ a pickup taped to it , through an amp distorted only by being broken, accompanied (for once) by the two cats he was playing Bars with at the time, Lighnin was usually a "minstrel"(wandering solo act) but they caught him this time and caught him at his peak. THIS is considered by many to be the first rock and roll lp made. MADE not heard. You see, the label wasn't really doing anything but 78's and singles at the time and on its release it sold possible 200 copies. It was shelved until 1964. When it hit it hit HARD, KEEF Riff-Hard, and the rest of the young Brits and American 'Folkies' 'found it first and raved and raved about it and its immediate influence...Later we James Brown (1st) shattered the world with its first (non - classical) LP, or rather LP that SOLD, lol, the FIRST, James Brown Live At The Apollo, was it TRULY released. Its impact on those then young artists such as Johnny Winter, Rick Derringer, Roy Buchanan, etc-etc and the rest of what would be the 60's Texas Blue explosion and the not AS young Cats (some of which he knew) like Albert Collins, Freddy, Albert, BB King(not all related) etc- as well as the rockers coming up Bluesy (Allman Bros for ex.) cannot be understated. this Lil slab of Vinyl did more to change the face of rock/blues cicra 65-on than almost any recording from that period (odd period Rec 48 Rel 64 lol)

and as always ... a Pile of Son House

Frank Zappa - Whats new in baltimore
brewer_jazzmaster says:
Frank Zappa - Whats new in baltimore


O-H H-E-L-L YES!!! ^^^^ :)

Just Tabbed (may be 20th time lol ...this yr)'Zoot Allures' for a Student!
That (Zoot), the unimaginably, life changing 'Watermelon In Easter Hey' and the (off Sleep Dirt) hypnotic 'Sleep Dirt' are all in my LOL student curriculum , Wanna Know pent movement? Here's 'Watermelon' ha-hah
Ya Wanna REALLY learn the Right-Hand (Chordal-Part)
...Here's,Sleep Dirt! LOL

Yes-sir, FZ is the man. (actually my olden 'tag'/signature' here was lifted from 'Joe's Garage' ... The Whole (read by Dale Bozzio ) Love is not... etc thang that end with the Uber-quoted
"MUSIC IS THE BEST"


RAWK!
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Empirism  
12 Dec 2012 17:37 | Quote
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7f7nGWPvnKw

old embed seems to be gone from youtube...well...

Charlie Daniels - Simple man... I mean, DAMN!
btimm  
13 Dec 2012 07:28 | Quote
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A local Charlotte experimental rock band called Hrvrd. Their first release was before the threat of a lawsuit from the university, so you would find it with the band called Harvard. Anyways, here are a couple of their tracks. I saw them open up for Minus the Bear and was blown away, bought their album, and it still finds itself on regular rotation.

As Emp said, seems the old embed code option is gone. Weak.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfdQDefOD-s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xxS8gywe38

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_LhedFT5Vk

Give em a listen!
thatguitarguy  
27 Dec 2012 22:18 | Quote
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right now I cant get enough of muddy waters. I dont think I need to explain why.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RNCsKP2Wew
kero  
31 Dec 2012 21:49 | Quote
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Howlin for you by the black keys!!
nullnaught  
26 Jan 2013 03:30 | Quote
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Anything by nurse with wound.
btimm  
26 Jan 2013 12:37 | Quote
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Tool's "Right in Two"
Empirism  
26 Jan 2013 17:21 | Quote
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Marcus Miller - Estival Jazz Lugano gig. 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfMMnNykzks
(HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)
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