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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post


    You like this band or you don't.
    Big fan since seeing them live in '80 (the year before they retired from touring forever).

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    Old stuff this morning

    First ten songs in iTunes Shuffle this morning:

    God Gave Me You: Frijid Pink
    Aqualung: Jethro Tull
    Tin Soldier: Small Faces
    White Rabbit: Jefferson Airplane
    Hey Joe: The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    Crosstown traffic: The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    White Room: Cream
    Good Times Bad Times: Led Zeppelin
    Wish You Were Here: Pink Floyd
    Fortunate Son: Creedence Clearwater Revival

    Have to shuffle it based on something newer this afternoon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by longriderdesign View Post
    First ten songs in iTunes Shuffle this morning:

    God Gave Me You: Frijid Pink
    Aqualung: Jethro Tull
    Tin Soldier: Small Faces
    White Rabbit: Jefferson Airplane
    Hey Joe: The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    Crosstown traffic: The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    White Room: Cream
    Good Times Bad Times: Led Zeppelin
    Wish You Were Here: Pink Floyd
    Fortunate Son: Creedence Clearwater Revival
    The Shuffle is always an interesting sampling of one's taste.

    From my Palm's Pocket Tunes:

    1) Silent Movie - Ian Hunter's Rant Band
    2) Something About You - Boston (1976 bootleg - Cleveland Agora)
    3) Too Bad - Faces
    4) Welcome/We're Not Gonna Take It/See Me, Feel Me - The Who (1969 bootleg)
    5) Bye Bye Johnny/Johnny B. Goode - Screamin' Lord Sutch & Friends
    6) The Golden Age Of Rock & Roll - Ian Hunter - Mick Ronson Band
    7) Don't Be Afraid - Boston (again -same show)
    8) Sweet Jane - Lou Reed
    9) Shooting Shark - Blue ?ûyster Cult
    10) Won't Get Fooled Again - The Who (1979 bootleg)

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    [QUOTE=wezul;504812]

    The other Elvis.

    This is my favorite of his.

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    This record is on continual play. One of those great records that really hit the spot. Versatile and wide range of sounds. h


    From 8/14/09

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    Quote Originally Posted by 535is View Post
    The Shuffle is always an interesting sampling of one's taste.
    Moondance/My Funny Valentine | Van Morrison
    Someone's Looking At You | The Boomtown Rats
    You Don't Know Me | Patricia Barber
    Levi Stubbs' Tears | Billy Bragg
    Night Train To Lorca | The Pogues
    The Real Me | The Who
    Protection | Graham Parker
    My Ride's Here (Live) | Bruce Springsteen
    Almost Apocalypse | Aztec Two-Step
    Put A Lid On It | Squirrel Nut Zippers

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    My Shuffle's first 10 shuffle:

    1: Academy: US Bombs
    2: Alfie From the Bronx: Toy Dolls
    3: All Down the Line: Rolling Stones
    4: All Laced Up: Swingin' Utters
    5: Ana: Pixies
    6: Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground: Willie
    7: Anything That's Rock n Roll: Tom Petty
    8: Anywhere I Lay My Head: Tom Waits
    9: Back In the County Hell: Shane MacGowan & the Popes
    10: Backslide: Rancid

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    Quote Originally Posted by criminaldesign View Post
    My Shuffle's first 10 shuffle:

    1: Academy: US Bombs
    2: Alfie From the Bronx: Toy Dolls
    3: All Down the Line: Rolling Stones
    4: All Laced Up: Swingin' Utters
    5: Ana: Pixies
    6: Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground: Willie
    7: Anything That's Rock n Roll: Tom Petty
    8: Anywhere I Lay My Head: Tom Waits
    9: Back In the County Hell: Shane MacGowan & the Popes
    10: Backslide: Rancid
    I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say your 'shuffle' is 'all tracks - alphabetical'.

    Today:

    1) Roll Over Beethoven (Take 1) - Electric Light Orchestra
    2) I Can't Take It - Badfinger Live at the BBC
    3) All The Way From Memphis - Ian Hunter-Mick Ronson Band
    4) Harvester Of Eyes - Blue ?ûyster Cult
    5) Name Of The Game - Badfinger (same - leading me to wonder how 'random' my shuffle is)
    6) (Don't Fear) The Reaper - B.?û.C.
    7) Every Day Is A Winding Road - Sheryl Crow
    8) Words - The Bee Gees
    9) Bolero - (Jim Steinmann intro to 1978 Meatloaf concert in Cleveland)
    10) New York Mining Disaster 1941 - The Bee Gees

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    Randomness

    Interesting.
    In my desktop MP3 player (winamp) there is a setting available that determines the amount of "randomness" (how much the player might deviate from the original playlist).
    Got something like that on your Palm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaZanetti View Post
    I'm having a flash-back. Wasn't Andrew Loog Oldham the manager for the Stones in the 60's. 64 or 65 I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    Interesting.
    In my desktop MP3 player (winamp) there is a setting available that determines the amount of "randomness" (how much the player might deviate from the original playlist).
    Got something like that on your Palm?
    Not on this one, using Pocket Tunes. My old Garmin's player would arrange (alphabetically) by song title or by artist and maybe one other criteria I don't remember right now. Alphabetical song titles does give you a fairly good 'random' mix, if you think about it.

    Today's ten:

    1) Holiday - Nazareth (will not be followed by another Nazareth tune since I have none!)
    2) Happy Together - The Turtles
    3) Foreplay - Boston (live in Cleveland)
    4) Day After Day - Badfinger at the BBC
    5) The Real Me - The Who (Chicago bootleg 1979)
    6) 10538 Overture - ELO
    7) Evil Woman - ELO
    8) Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Warren Zevon
    9) It Ain't Me Babe - The Turtles (Whoa! Two Dylan covers in a row! )
    10) Play On - The Raspberries

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    my antique 2GB IPODs first ten today...It wanders all over my collection

    1) Love You Out Loud- Rascal Flatts
    2) Mr Roboto-Styx
    3) Hillbillies from Outer Space-Vaughan Brothers
    4) Under Pressure- Queen& David Bowie
    5) You Give Love A Bad Name- Bon Jovi
    6) All the Time in the World-Subdudes
    7) Jingy-Bob Schneider
    8) China Grove-Doobie Bros
    9) It's the End of the World-R.E.M
    10) Route 66- Asleep at the Wheel

    Actually was listening to Rain On My Metal Roof in Blanco before I plugged in...rain on a metal roof is sweet ! Now if only I had finished the gutters and downspouts into my rain tanks yesterday
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    1. Funny Little Frog - Belle & Sebastian
    2. Empty Pages - Traffic
    3. Vapours - Islands
    4. Mexico - Dennis Wilson
    5. Drivin' Sister - Mott the Hoople
    6. Brite Nightgown - Donald Fagen
    7. All At Once - Secret Machines
    8. Re-Make Re-Model - Bryan Ferry
    9. Cheap Champagne - Sloan
    10. Mr. Slater's Parrot - The Bonzo Dog Band

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    Quote Originally Posted by womanridge View Post
    I'm having a flash-back. Wasn't Andrew Loog Oldham the manager for the Stones in the 60's. 64 or 65 I think.
    63-67 or so, check out the first part of his autobiography "stoned" it's really good stuff. part II, not so much.

    he's got a show on sirius ch 25 as well.

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