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    FINALLY! Relocated this obscure jam that I've had randomly pop back up in my head and stuck there for weeks now. Came out like 7 years ago and I couldn't freaking remember who sang it or the name of the song. Was listening to random indie sampler albums I had and bingo! Band is Blue Hawaii from Montreal. Total earworm of a song:


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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    FINALLY! Relocated this obscure jam that I've had randomly pop back up in my head and stuck there for weeks now. Came out like 7 years ago and I couldn't freaking remember who sang it or the name of the song. Was listening to random indie sampler albums I had and bingo! Band is Blue Hawaii from Montreal. Total earworm of a song:

    based on this and a different post, I have concluded that you and I have VASTLY different taste in music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    based on this and a different post, I have concluded that you and I have VASTLY different taste in music.
    Doubtful. There's likely a large cross section we agree on. Truth is my taste in music covers a way, way, way, way, WAY freaking larger spectrum than most people. I listen to everything from classical and jazz to heavy metal and gangsta rap and everything in between. My tastes are extraordinary eclectic. My records aren't organized, and first one in front of me on my desk right now is Grimes' "Art Angels." The one behind is Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue." Behind that? Records by Peter Gabriel, then David Bowie, then Chicago, Jack White, Fleet Foxes, the Beatles, the Lumineers, the Decemberists, America, Run the Jewels, and it just gets weirder from there. Yeah, just TRY and pin down my taste. I'm all over the map. lol

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    I didn't mean to suggest that our tastes wouldn't intersect anywhere (Kind of Blue is a desert island disc for me). Just that there is wide divergence in some places.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLS View Post
    YEAHHH!



    I don't know for sure what planet this guy came from, or if they have him back now, but he put on one spectacular show while he was here.
    There was no outside other planet. He WAS the planet.

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    Hozier. Jackie and Wilson. Because of this song I have tried to like Hozier but just canít. However this is a cool song with a brilliant chorus.

    https://youtu.be/cSWqxbswQAY

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    Not sure which of these versions I like better so here are both.


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    Quote Originally Posted by beece View Post
    ...Jackie and Wilson...
    Jackie Wilson?!? Now I wanna hear this.
    And I guess that I just don't know

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    Master of mediocrity.

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    Master of mediocrity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    FINALLY! Relocated this obscure jam that I've had randomly pop back up in my head and stuck there for weeks now. Came out like 7 years ago and I couldn't freaking remember who sang it or the name of the song. Was listening to random indie sampler albums I had and bingo! Band is Blue Hawaii from Montreal. Total earworm of a song:

    First impression of this, just using my phones speakers, was eh, some weird electronica shit. Listened again with my earbuds in - Iím liking it. Good stuff.

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    Hendrix covers from an old tribute cassette i had, circa 1993: Stone Free. Some cool covers in there that I had forgotten about.


    Mike McCready, Jeff Ament, Chris Cornell, and Matt Cameron.



    PM Dawn

    JHC, even the Spin Doctors sound hot on this tribute.
    Last edited by bluespark; 08-28-2019 at 11:44 PM.

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    Collateral findage


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    Quote Originally Posted by bluespark View Post
    Hendrix covers from an old tribute cassette i had, circa 1993: Stone Free. Some cool covers in there that I had forgotten about.


    Mike McCready, Jeff Ament, Chris Cornell, and Matt Cameron.



    PM Dawn

    JHC, even the Spin Doctors sound hot on this tribute.
    I have that, My favorite on there is The Cure doing Purple Haze:


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    And now for something completely different. Wait for the second verse before giving up.


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    Ah life in the food chain It’s kinda like mowing the lawn.
    Damn, we're in a tight spot!

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    haha

    "I wish I could be as mellow
    as for instance Jackson Browne.
    But "Fountain of Sorrow" my ass, motherfucker,
    I hope you wind up in the ground".

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    Not something I would listen to very often, but glad you felt comfortable enough to share that touching song with the group. Is everything alright at home?

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    More Basie and his friend Frank.
    Run for cover - run and hide!

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    heh

    Move upside and let the man go through...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mofro261 View Post
    heh

    Cat rock! I like it.

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    "Daily Battles" Thom Yorke... and B side arrangement by Wynton Marsalis





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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyk View Post
    More Basie and his friend Frank.
    Run for cover - run and hide!
    Hell yes. I think I know every note on this album by heart.

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