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    Emmylou Harris. I'm too lazy to photograph every CD cover I've got of her music. I think I've got most of it. Listen to it mostly in the car. Don't need distractions when I'm riding.

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    Our daughter listens to The XX, who I really like:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PElhV...uaD&playnext=2

    And anything from Glastonbury is always worth a look. Here's Radiohead:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCerHllhNOI

    and Karma Police:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebqcbn0ieKU
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    I realize that I may have to take some ribbing.....but, these girls just speak to me. Give a listen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWzhSYLHAFM
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    Once again...




    Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus (Deluxe Edition)
    1978 | MP3 320 KBPS | 324 MB | Covers & Booklet

    Waiting for Columbus is the first live album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1978. It was recorded during seven performances, four at the Rainbow Theatre in London 2-4 August 1977, and three at George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium in Washington, D.C. 8-10 August 1977.

    This 1978 live album remains a serious contender for one of the best live rock albums ever recorded. Waiting for Columbus vividly captures Little Feat at a crossroads between its swampy mid-'70s fusion of blues, country, and New Orleans R&B, and the more eclectic jazz accents introduced later in the decade.

    If the late Lowell George's influence had diminished in the studio, his presence dominates here in rowdy, righteous vocals, the mercurial tang of his indelible slide guitar, and a set-list laced with his songs.

    This remastered two-disc deluxe edition expands and resequences the songs into a full concert set, with encore. Two deleted tracks are further augmented by 10 additional performances to make this a definitive edition of a classic album that really will "boogie your speakers away."
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrafikFeat View Post
    Once again...




    Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus (Deluxe Edition)
    1978 | MP3 320 KBPS | 324 MB | Covers & Booklet

    Waiting for Columbus is the first live album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1978. It was recorded during seven performances, four at the Rainbow Theatre in London 2-4 August 1977, and three at George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium in Washington, D.C. 8-10 August 1977.

    This 1978 live album remains a serious contender for one of the best live rock albums ever recorded. Waiting for Columbus vividly captures Little Feat at a crossroads between its swampy mid-'70s fusion of blues, country, and New Orleans R&B, and the more eclectic jazz accents introduced later in the decade.

    If the late Lowell George's influence had diminished in the studio, his presence dominates here in rowdy, righteous vocals, the mercurial tang of his indelible slide guitar, and a set-list laced with his songs.

    This remastered two-disc deluxe edition expands and resequences the songs into a full concert set, with encore. Two deleted tracks are further augmented by 10 additional performances to make this a definitive edition of a classic album that really will "boogie your speakers away."
    Time loves a Hero and this album. I agree that this album is a contender for one of the best of all time. From the production quality to the lyrics to the talent of the musicians. Lowell George fits into that "I wondered how much better he would have got had he lived" category, such as Hendrix and Joplin. Jim, is this remastered set new? Thanks, Gary
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    Time loves a Hero and this album. I agree that this album is a contender for one of the best of all time. From the production quality to the lyrics to the talent of the musicians. Lowell George fits into that "I wondered how much better he would have got had he lived" category, such as Hendrix and Joplin. Jim, is this remastered set new? Thanks, Gary
    This came out a few years ago. I want to say 2002. If you don't have it... Get it.
    This is how WFC should have been when released.
    Warner Bros hacked it up to two LPs back in 78. Then really hacked it up on their CD release.
    This as I understand it is pretty much all the 'footage'.
    There is a DVD of this 'time' from the Germany shows that's pretty good too.

    From WikiPedia:

    Waiting for Columbus is the first live album by the American roots-rock band Little Feat, released in 1978. It was recorded during seven performances, four at the Rainbow Theatre in London 1-4 August 1977, and three at George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium in Washington, D.C. 8-10 August 1977. Local Washington radio personality Cerphe Colwell can be heard leading the audience in a "F-E-A-T" spellout on the first track of the album.

    The band decided to bring on board the Tower of Power horn section whom they have used in previous studio sessions. The result was one of their biggest selling albums and is considered one of the most acclaimed live rock albums in the same vein as The Band's Rock of Ages and The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East.

    Many of their more well-known songs were either re-worked or extended. For instance, one of their signature songs, Dixie Chicken, was heavily extended to include a lengthy piano solo by keyboardist Bill Payne, a Dixieland horn arrangement and finally a dual guitar jam between George and Barrere. Other songs such as Rocket In My Pocket and Mercenary Territory were re-worked to include the horn section as well. Songs they covered such as Don't Bogart That Joint and On Your Way Down were also performed.

    The band recorded and mixed enough material from these performances for a triple LP, but for marketing reasons kept it to a double album. Three of the unused tracks were included on their 1981 album Hoy-Hoy!. All were eventually released on the 2002 "Deluxe edition" CD.



    2002 "Deluxe Edition" double CD


    This edition not only restores all the original tracks, but includes several additional tracks recorded at the same appearances where the original tracks were recorded.
    Disc 1 has all the tracks from sides 1, 3, and 2 (in that order) of the original LP release.
    Disc 2 opens with side 4, continues with several previously unreleased tracks (6 through 12), and concludes with the three tracks that appeared on Hoy-Hoy!.

    Disc one

    1. "Join The Band" (Traditional) ÔÇô 1:54 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 10, 1977
    2. "Fat Man in the Bathtub" (George) ÔÇô 4:53 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    3. "All That You Dream" (Barr?¿re, Payne) ÔÇô 4:29 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    4. "Oh Atlanta" (Payne) ÔÇô 4:20 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    5. "Old Folks' Boogie" (Barr?¿re, G. Barr?¿re) ÔÇô 4:26 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 4, 1977
    6. "Dixie Chicken" (George, Kibbee) ÔÇô 8:53 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 3 & 4, 1977
    7. "Tripe Face Boogie" (Hayward, Payne) ÔÇô 7:09 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 2 & 3, 1977
    8. "Rocket in My Pocket" (George) ÔÇô 3:57 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 2, 1977
    9. "Time Loves a Hero" (Barr?¿re, Gradney, Payne) ÔÇô 4:19 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 4, 1977
    10. "Day or Night" (Payne, F. Tate) ÔÇô 5:30 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 4, 1977
    11. "Mercenary Territory" (George, E. George, Hayward) ÔÇô 4:36 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 2, 1977
    12. "Spanish Moon" (George) ÔÇô 5:36 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977

    Running time: 60:02


    Disc two

    1. "Willin'" (George) ÔÇô 4:42 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    2. "Don't Bogart That Joint" (E. Ingber, L. Wagner) ÔÇô 1:01 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    3. "A Apolitical Blues" (George) ÔÇô 3:51 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 3, 1977
    4. "Sailin' Shoes" (George) ÔÇô 6:23 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 10, 1977
    5. "Feats Don't Fail Me Now" (Barr?¿re, George, Kibbee) ÔÇô 5:35 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 9, 1977
    6. "One Love Stand" (Barr?¿re, Gradney, Payne) ÔÇô 4:27 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 9, 1977
    7. "Rock and Roll Doctor" (George, Kibbee) ÔÇô 4:17 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 9, 1977
    8. "Skin It Back" (Barr?¿re) ÔÇô 5:40 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 2, 1977
    9. "On Your Way Down" (Allen Toussaint) ÔÇô 6:25 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 10, 1977
    10. "Walkin' All Night" (Barr?¿re, Payne) ÔÇô 4:12 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    11. "Cold, Cold, Cold" (George) ÔÇô 5:18 - The Rainbow Theatre London England August 4, 1977
    12. "Day at the Dog Races" (Barr?¿re, Clayton, Gradney, Hayward, Payne) ÔÇô 12:12 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 9, 1977
    13. "Skin It Back" (Barr?¿re) ÔÇô 4:40 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    14. "Red Streamliner" (Payne, F. Tate) ÔÇô 4:59 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 8, 1977
    15. "Teenage Nervous Breakdown" (George) ÔÇô 4:12 - Lisner Auditorium Washington D.C. August 9, 1977

    Running time: 77:54
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    Thanks for digging that info up . That gives me the info I need to order the new version of something I first bought on cassette. Gary
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    Thanks for digging that info up . That gives me the info I need to order the new version of something I first bought on cassette. Gary
    After you get it... Kick the family out of the house and crank it.
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    For your dining and dancing pleasure.......Jethro Tull - Locomotive Breath
    Saw 'em live at Boston Garden....'81
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    No music tonight

    The voices in my head.

    Have little feat album, cassett, cd & mp3.

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    Grateful Dead on my iPod on iPhone especially when riding.

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    RIP...Gerry Rafferty

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    Baker Street, one of my favorite sax sounds.

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