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    Cool sound. Like the clean strat sound. Lefty at that. Saved it. Still not sure on that tempo speed up though. Have to give it another listen or 5

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    An interview with Stewart Copeland led me to his 'band' Klark Kent. Utoob has some live stuff and this Kollection. I wish I could locate it on Spotify.



    edit - found it on Pandora
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    So the other night I went and saw Tab Benoit (go see him if you can) and he played "I Got Loaded" which I'd always known as a Los Lobos tune. But today I started wondering about it and it's quite a bit older, Here's the original, which I first heard about an hour ago:


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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    So the other night I went and saw Tab Benoit (go see him if you can) and he played "I Got Loaded" which I'd always known as a Los Lobos tune. But today I started wondering about it and it's quite a bit older, Here's the original, which I first heard about an hour ago:

    Nice action.
    Tabs been playing great blues for 20 + years

    Buncha folks knew in Basalt knew him from Louisiana do when he came close. It was a good time.

    Stumbled across this memory tonight of Van the Man many dont know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    Stumbled across this memory tonight of Van the Man many dont know

    https://youtu.be/pfO2DANXqbM
    Never heard that before, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Never heard that before, thanks.
    whole album is $
    wore it out back in early 2000s

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    Raw talent. Cant believe ive never heard of her



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    I guess re-found. I hadn't heard this in at least 30 years and had completely forgotten about it. But it's still good.


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    Nice! Devo meets talking heads with adrian belew on guitar

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    Never heard of these guys half an hour ago



    brother Banks on electric is sick.

    George Jones cover btw

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    Don't know how I missed this one, but been digging on the Legend Of The Seagullmen. Danny Carey (Tool) and Brent Hinds (Mastodon) join "forces to make cinematic psychedelic rock, the SEAGULLMEN sing of ship wrecks and giant mutant squid, crafting conceptual rock 'n' roll hymns of epic proportions."

    "The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size."

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    RIP Tony Allen. Honestly I never heard of him until I saw his obit today. I'm digging this tune though. Nigerian drummer, did a lot with Fela Kuti and Hugh Masakela, among others.



    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local...b7a_story.html

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    Found this; they seem like they're having a good time. I like ska.
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    Hey Buster.

    You might enjoy this article I saw the other day.

    https://www.theguardian.com/culture/...lans-for-nigel
    Quote Originally Posted by Downbound Train View Post
    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    They definitely look like they're having fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    Hey Buster.

    You might enjoy this article I saw the other day.

    https://www.theguardian.com/culture/...lans-for-nigel
    IMHO, XTC is one of the greatest unrecognized talents. So many good tunes.







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    XTC is obviously one of the most musically talented bands ever but for whatever reason they leave me cold. I've heard them a lot, I know they're good. I just don't dig them much. fwiw.

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    Oh well, early 80s, they were a standard on our turntable and struck chords for me.
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    Yeah I had a housemate who was a drummer and loved their drummer Terry Chambers so I heard it all the time. Maybe I just burned out on it. But I tend to prefer rootsier more emotional music in general too.

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    That was a music rich time, between XTC, Funkadelic/Parliament, Prince, New Order, the Pretenders, FZ, The Cure, The Specials, The English Beat, The Clash, Beefheart, Tom Waits, Wire, so much good stuff.
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    So I found this a couple days ago by accident. Andrew Bird and Jonathan. Andrew has a whole series of these "Great Room" videos. This video is kinda weird but Andrew's a little weird and Jonathan...well he's Jonathan.


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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    I didn't find this, my kid turned me onto it last night, no idea how he found it, but....dig it.

    Wow
    Best library free jam ever.

    Not sure why I never clicked into this thread.
    Good stuff. Thx

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    You know you have a groovy bass line when the audience sings along with it. Sounds best with headphones or real speakers rather than the phone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    Wow
    Best library free jam ever.

    Not sure why I never clicked into this thread.
    Good stuff. Thx
    Yeah I really like Khruangbin, my son turned me onto them. They're not scheduled to tour in the states at all right now but I'm sure that will change when the situation does. my son saw them in Central Park and said it was great.

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