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    been on an on and off steely dan vibe for the last few months



    i think this is the album they hate cause someone layered the recording with an early dbx hiss reduction. you can actually hear it on some of the drum tracks, its no wonder a duo with ears like those guys can't stand it.

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    If I remember correctly, I bought their first 3 or 4 albums back in the early and mid 70's. Liked their sound then and still do. Their music has never gone out of style for me.

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    Is it just me, or has there been a renaissance of John Prine music lately. Seems I've heard a few covers that sounded familiar, and when I dug deeper, they were his tunes. Great Stuff.

    Re: Thin Lizzy. Did anyone see the VH-1 show about them a few years ago? Phil Lynott was completely unitelligible, so much so that they had to add subtitles when he spoke. Major Irish brogue (I think Belfast?). It amazed me that I could understand anything that he had sang. Good stuff too.

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    Got to hear John Prine years ago, early 90's, live at the Orpheum Theater in down town Memphis, Tn. Really enjoyabe. He was the warm up for Bonnie Raite. I would go and hear him live again and I have to my regret missed him several times. That was a good session at the Orpheum, both he and Raite did good sets. John Mellencamp was in the audience and he and one of band members came on stage and did a couple songs all unanounced. Excellent. It was a magical music evening.

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    +1 on John Prine. Always liked Common Sense. (especially the cover art).

    Yesterday was the anniversary of the following and Gordon Lightfoot's been playing in my head for the past 24 hours


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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
    Got to hear John Prine years ago, early 90's, live at the Orpheum Theater in down town Memphis, Tn. Really enjoyabe. He was the warm up for Bonnie Raite. I would go and hear him live again and I have to my regret missed him several times. That was a good session at the Orpheum, both he and Raite did good sets. John Mellencamp was in the audience and he and one of band members came on stage and did a couple songs all unanounced. Excellent. It was a magical music evening.
    A little spelling crossover between John Waite and Bonnie Raitt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    +1 on John Prine. Always liked Common Sense. (especially the cover art).

    Yesterday was the anniversary of the following and Gordon Lightfoot's been playing in my head for the past 24 hours

    Prine is number one in my book. Listening to a record of his about 12 years ago did one of those magical things in my head where everything made sense. Prine is the real deal.

    Fitzgerald and Sundown are top notch songs.

    Other than that, I can't get into alot more of Lightfoot's stuff.

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    Genius is fine...

    Before I left work I listened to a set including these tracks:

    Teenage Fanclub ÔÇô I Don't Want Control of You
    Brian Eno ÔÇô Little Fishes
    Big Star ÔÇô My Life Is Right
    The Zombies ÔÇô I Want Her She Wants Me (nice, underrated song)
    The Brian Jonestown Massacre ÔÇô Caress (excellent track, had forgotten about it)
    Shout Out Louds ÔÇô There's Nothing
    The New Pornographers ÔÇô Ballad of a Comeback Kid (really nice)
    Can ÔÇô Paperhouse
    The Clientele ÔÇô Spirit
    Big Star ÔÇô In The Street
    (theme song for recent sitcom)

    These tracks were pulled via Genius in iTunes based on E.M.P.T.Y. by the Clientele. I really like how Genius works for the most part. However, if the stuff I want to listen to is based on a 60s or 80s garage track not available at the iTunes Store, forget about it. That's when shuffle works best.

    I've thought about iTunes alternatives, but as a Mac user, my choices are limited. Are any other Mac heads out there using Songbird or something else?
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    The iphone shuffle from the time I got on the bus till I walked in my office this morning.

    Time Flies- Porcupine Tree The Incident
    Thunder Road- Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band Live 1975-85
    Thunder On The Mountain- Bob Dylan Modern Times
    This Note's For You- Neil Young & The Bluenotes This Note's For You
    Think About Yourself- Golden Smog Another Fine Day
    They Love Each Other- Grateful Dead Dick's Picks Vol.15 (1977-09-03, Raceway Park, Englishtown NJ)
    These Dreams Of You- Van Morrison It's Too Late To Stop Now
    These Days- Jackson Browne Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1
    Theologians- Wilco A Ghost is Born Country
    Them Changes- Santana Live Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles
    That's Wrong Little Mama- B.B. King 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!?? - The Rolling Stones In Concert (40th Anniversary Box Set)
    That's The Way- Led Zeppelin How The West Was Won
    That's Right (You're Not From Texas)- Lyle Lovett Live in Texas
    That Silver-Haired Daddy Of Mine- Simon & Garfunkel Live 1969
    Testify About My Love- David Bromberg Quartet 2006/04/29 Merle Fest

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTFlyer View Post
    Is it just me, or has there been a renaissance of John Prine music lately. Seems I've heard a few covers that sounded familiar, and when I dug deeper, they were his tunes. Great Stuff.
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    http://www.last.fm/music/Crosby%252C...+1-Ip6a6oowSAM

    Almost cut my hair
    Happened just the other day
    It's gettin' kind of long
    I could've said it was in my way

    But I didn't and I wonder why
    I feel like letting my freak flag fly
    And I feel like I owe it, yeah ... to someone, yeah

    Well, must be because I had the flu this Christmas
    Oh, yeah and I'm not feeling up to par
    Oh, I tell you baby this increases my paranoia
    Yeah, like looking in my mirror and seeing a police car

    Well, well, I'm not, I'm not giving in an inch to fear
    Well, you know I've promised myself this year
    Well, I feel oh, like I owe it, I owe, I owe it to someone
    Oh ... like I owe it to someone

    [Instrumental (Electric Guitar)]

    Oh, yes when I get myself together
    Yeah, you can find me in that sunny southern weather, yeah

    I'm goin' to find a space inside a laugh, yes
    Separate the wheat from some chaff
    Oh, and I feel ...
    Like I owe it, yeah ... to someone

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    From Random

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    Matchbox Twenty is on heavy rotation for today...

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