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75 posted 02-14-2005 07:30 AM       View Profile for Aenimal   Email Aenimal   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Aenimal

np.check out their latest album, most accessible if you're not into punk.dismantle me is a favourite tune.
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76 posted 02-14-2005 10:12 AM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

I was checking them out, awesome band, sounds like Hole but something different about that voice of hers . . .

scratchy and sexy . . .

I listened to a lot of it, but do not know what is recent and what is older.  

I listened to:

Ask the Angels
Girl- Fix- Er
Gypsy Rose Lee (I loved that one)
City of Anegls (that one too)
Die on a Rope and Dismantle Me
along with Drain the Blood wouldn't download.

Reminded me of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, but
verrrry dark.  
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yup, there's a similarity in voice. my brother says he'd like them if their voices weren't so alike. but Brodi's doesn't annoy me and she has what Courtney Love will never have..talent
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78 posted 02-15-2005 06:00 PM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

so very true and have you listened to Garden State yet?  sheeeeeeeeeeeeeesh . . .
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i keep forgetting to dl it, been busy dling bootlegs


# oh btw, weird factoid i just discovered, empty spaces on the wall contains a hidden message

"Congratulations. You have just discovered the secret message. Send your answer to Old Pink, care of The Funny Farm, Chalford, UK." Waters interrupted "Roger... Carolyn's on the phone!"
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80 posted 02-16-2005 08:59 AM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

OMG! Get OUT of here . . . see that Raph?  You know how many times I have listened to that?  Have to go see now . . . very cool.
*smiling*

yeah yeah always too busy . . .
uh huh . . .

OMG check this out, I found something, too.  Go get Arlo Guthrie "Motorcycle Song"

Makes me me wonder when Sesame Street and Arlo got together?  it's the same song (beat) I swear, go see.
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81 posted 02-18-2005 03:20 AM       View Profile for bbent   Email bbent   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit bbent's Home Page   View IP for bbent

can't believe i read all 4 pages...rather than repeat alot of great music i'd rather just add...white bird by beautiful day,i'm suprized theres no mention of csny,i think i like the one they released just prior to the millenium but being to lazy to go look for it specifically i'll just say most all there stuff.kitaro's done some soulfull things too but like all artist some of his stuff is of the redundent new age nature.think mandela and one of his greastest hits stand out as some real fine music.phish is definatly one of my favorites too...well the list could go on forever,im just waiting on some newer band to cover outside of a small circle of friends.can't help thinking what a great punk tune it'd make.

Live like it's your last day...
Dance like nobody's watching...
Love like you've never been hurt...

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82 posted 02-18-2005 09:02 AM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

Oh mann, I agree - my favorite album is CSNY  "So Far"  I painted that when I was like 18 . . .

Also, Neil Young  "Harvest"  and "After the Gold Rush" . . .

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yeah...so far was remastered and released again in 94 i believe,same songs as the 74 one just better sound quality.am a big fan of mr.young too,think harvest moon is one of my favorites but they change with my mood.lol...speaking of moody there's the moody blues and the always unpredictable van morrison...showing my age now.i was fortunate enough to live in san francisco bay area in the late sixties and early 70's so got to see alot of good bands at the filmore there...no alice's restaurant though. now got me thinking about the lovin spoonfull and all those east coast folk and jug bands that were popular then.

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Love like you've never been hurt...

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84 posted 02-19-2005 12:46 AM       View Profile for SEA   Email SEA   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for SEA

I've got that Neil Young CD...
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85 posted 02-19-2005 01:26 AM       View Profile for Aenimal   Email Aenimal   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Aenimal

caught CSN a few years ago but still have yet to see Young live. some great bands you mention bbent

every time i think loving spoonful, i think of their appearance in what's up tiger lily by woody allen, god i l#ve that movie lol
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I saw Neil Young live and it was beyond amazing.  Truly on his own out there, cannot be measured.  And I have been listening to soo much Neil Young, geez, I forgot how good all of it is . . .

I never saw CSNY, that would have been amazing, and also made me think of The Band backing Dylan all those years and Big Brother with Janis.  

So much music . . . I love it all.

Strangely, I just started to get into The Dead . . . we have a Terrapin Station here in Buffalo.
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never never never understood the fascination with the dead without lsd involved..

i just got back into CCR recently..fortunat son, what a great song
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88 posted 02-19-2005 07:11 PM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

OMG so have I, seriously . . . CCR and I have never explored the Dead before . . .

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there's a few bands that i have to assosiate with drugs.lol...the dead have done some really good stuff but there's also those 30 minute acid jams that even when i was doing acid i wasn't that fond of.there's so many bootlegs of the dead one might hear anything.lol...i still follow john fogerty,even his newer stuff has alot of that ccr vibe to it.with all the live music i've seen the one artist that made the biggest impression on me was chuck berry at the filmore but that's a story in itself.just an opinion littlewing but if you run across a dead cd called skeltons from the closet i think it's got a good representation of some of there better stuff.

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Love like you've never been hurt...

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gotta l#ve some of those drug induced jams lol have some zeppelin bootlegs where songs stretch for what seems hours. some good, some horrible and of course, the doors jams as well, but those never really bothered me
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CCR is awesome...
never got into the Dead..don't think I ever will...The doors, Jimi Hendrix...yeah... I won a boxed set of Jimi Cd's on the radio. Very cool...
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92 posted 02-20-2005 10:42 AM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

Ray, yes I have come across that CD, that and Workingman's Dead and American Beauty . . . I have always thought them strange, never got into them . . . just kind of checking out all the music I can before I check out  *smile*

Raph, have you heard some of those Doors bootlegs?  OMG . . .

Susan!!  you are so lucky!!!!!
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Yup, they were flawless. They really were a 'magical' band, Ray Manzarek had a great story about Jim's shaman-like powers leading the band on and how it all ended.
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I read Densmore's book "Riders on the Storm", it was amazing . . . also read Patricia Kenneley's book, too - that was kinda scary . . .  
 
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