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    The Necks

    Going to see Australia's The Necks tonight in Brooklyn. One of the greatest (and least known) live bands in the world.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    Going to see Australia's The Necks tonight in Brooklyn. One of the greatest (and least known) live bands in the world.

    What's the difference between The Necks and a Uzzi machine gun ? The Uzzi only repeats itself 100 times !
    In the end, you will regret much more those things you didn't do, than those which you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwchromehead View Post
    What's the difference between The Necks and a Uzzi machine gun ? The Uzzi only repeats itself 100 times !


    I've always had a bizarre and keen interest in minimalist/repetitive music. Especially if it's played on acoustic instruments.

    I remember seeing Einstein on the Beach premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music back in the early 80s and by the third act (about 90 mins in) Phillip Glass, its composer, was snoring loudly in the row behind me.

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    Go to http://wilcoworld.net/causes . I am listening to the Keyspan park show... Great band, great show...


    FREE DOWNLOADS TO SUPPORT HAITI
    We have just posted two shows for free download on Wilcoworld, all we ask that you do in return, is make a minimum donation of $15 to one of the organizations listed below.

    OXFAM - http://www.oxfam.org/en/haitidonate
    Doctors Without Borders - http://doctorswithoutborders.org

    Both organizations ask that you donate to their Emergency Relief Funds which allows them to spend the money on situations such as Haiti, but, not expressly limited to Haiti.

    The shows are:

    07-13-09 - Keyspan Park - Brooklyn, NY
    11-04-09 - HMV Forum - London, UK

    In exchange for the free music, we ask that you make a minimum donation of $15 to one of the organizations listed above if you are able. Not a mandatory donation

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    Jaga Jazzist


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    Ahhh....just reminiscing. Here are some lyrics and the first one to identify the song, the original artist and original year it was written (without internet help ) gets a beer from me.


    Her young face was like that of an angel
    Her long legs were tanned and brown
    Better keep your eyes on the road, son
    Better slow this vehicle down

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    Is it me or am I seeing double?
    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrafikFeat View Post
    Is it me or am I seeing double?
    Rabbit-toe sis

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    Listening.
    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    Los Pekenikes

    Great Spanish guitar band from the 60s.


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    The Dreadful Yawns "Catskill". They're an Indie band from Cleveland.


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    Today, I am listening to " The Ballad of Curtis Lowe"
    Yesterday, it was "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down".

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    Michael Perry and the Long Beds

    Have a new album coming out in March. Its called "Tiny Pilot". Got the pre order downloads. Sweet!!
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    I must be REALLY different. I'm listening to the Brahms Horn Trio.

    Yes I'm classically inclined. While returning from a gig last summer (I'm a French Horn player) with my horn strapped on to the back on my 1105RT doing about 75 on the freeway when out of the blue I have a CHP motor in the lane left of me and another in the lane on the right of me. "I'm screwed" I think but get two thumbs up instead as they sped away. Think they might be classical music fans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffhorn View Post
    I must be REALLY different. I'm listening to the Brahms Horn Trio.

    Yes I'm classically inclined. While returning from a gig last summer (I'm a French Horn player) with my horn strapped on to the back on my 1105RT doing about 75 on the freeway when out of the blue I have a CHP motor in the lane left of me and another in the lane on the right of me. "I'm screwed" I think but get two thumbs up instead as they sped away. Think they might be classical music fans?


    maybe they're just fans of funny things strapped to the back of motorcyclces

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