Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Tom H, Sep 24, 2014.
Crosby, Stills & Nash
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
I'll be listening to this until they write another album in a decade or so...
Brokeback - Looks at the Bird
Doug McCombs, Noel Kupersmith - bass
Chad Taylor - drums
with here and there:
Rob Mazurek - cornet
Lætitia Sadier, Mary Hansen (RIP) - vocals
Listening to McCartney II. For both the first and the last time...
I'm going to need something cleansing after this.
I occasionally read some of the Beatles threads here, and some seemed excited that he played Temporary Secretary recently. Now that I've heard it I'm even more confused than before.
Axis Bold As Love. I feel better now.
The AS 45rpm version of
and it's nice
The Doobie Brothers, "The Doctor."
Music is the doctor of my soul.
Some would say this is a "China Grove" re-write. I would say that you would have to be able to write "China Grove" in the first instance to get to this one. Genius.
There's a healing in those guitars
And a spirit in the song
No matter what condition your rhythm is in
The message goes on and on
"Black Water," what a great song!
I liked this when I was a little kid, like in third of fourth grade or something like that, probably younger.
My friend's mom told me I couldn't like it. She had it playing on the radio and I said, "I like this song." She was like, you can't like this song, it's bad for you to like this song, blah, blah, blah.
I wasn't upset about it, I was just like WTF? But this was before people said that. This is where I started to learn that adults were flawed and ridiculous people.
I told my Mom later and she said, "Oh, don't listen to her."
Old stufff thats it
Someone called this album the Sgt. Pepper of metal, but I do not really see that one. Because I love this album. Naw, joking aside, I totally see what was meant by that statement. It's the kind of album that breaks rules, erases borders and also creates new rules. Too bad it is hard to find on cd with the original running order (they switched the running order of side 1 and 2) but that can easily be fixed with programming the bastard.
Speaking of childhood memories, The Doobie Brothers’ appearance on the sitcom What’s Happening in the ‘70s was my introduction to to concept of bootleg recordings:
40 Years Ago: The Doobie Brothers Appear on 'What's Happening!!'
It’s funny the things that stick with you as a kid.
Ha, me too.
Which Doobie you be?
the kind doobie
Nice late night slow jam
Long time no Terry Reid. Funky groove, great vocals!
LOL. I love "Temporary Secretary". McCartney II is one of my favorites. I feel that Macca is at his best when he is experimenting, taking chances, and not worrying about being in the top 40. But different strokes for different folks and all that.
Ry Cooder - Show Time
Tete Montoliu - Catalonian Folksongs - Solo Piano
Mozart's Piano Concertos 12 & 14 (K. 414 and 449)
Jimmy Raney and Zoot Sims - Two Jims and Zoot
Oscar Peterson - The Trio
The Byrds - Untitled
Mahler's 10th Symphony
Amos Garrett - Get Way Back
The Rice Brothers 2
Speaking of the Doobies, anybody been to BR Cohn's winery in Sonoma County?
He's the Doobies' manager, has some of their memorabilia on his winery's walls and a nice outdoor picnic area on the property.
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