What music are you listening to right now?

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by boatme98, Mar 3, 2018.

  1. boatme98

    boatme98 Well-Known Member

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    Let us know whats blasting through your earbuds right now.
    I live in an area with very limited music options. Hearing what others from around the country and world are listening to can help bring artists I may never have known existed into my listening realm.
    This AM I'm going with some Scandinavian jazz with the late Esbjorn Svenson, or E.S.T.
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  2. ellis36

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    "Unchained Melody" by the Righteous Brothers:)

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    Classic ROCK on the X, yeap I can say !.....................
     
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  4. boatme98

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    One of my old favorites
    Guy Clark's first album, 1975.
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    I listened to some Squirrel Nut Zipper because a friend is going to their show in Grants Pass, OR, but one of my favorites is Don Henley, Actual Miles album.
     
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    Anne Murray...Tenn. Waltz
     
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  7. boatme98

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    As night settles in, I while away the time looking at the stars twinkling through the trees, sipping a bit of aamost excellent brandy and listening to the mellow block chords of Mr. Red Garland.
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    Dave And Sugar:

     
  9. boatme98

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    Changed up to some great Delta blues.
    Mississippi Mud by Vishnu Mohan Bhatt.
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  10. Dallas53

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    Elvis on satellite radio channel.
     
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  11. boatme98

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    Starting off Sunday with one of the most beautiful pieces of music from the 20th century.
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    Fantasia on a Theme by Tallis. This is very good version but I prefer the 1972 version, especially on vinyl...
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    This version has been my #1 album that I would want if I were stuck on an desert island since I first heard it.
    Almost 45 years and I'm still not tired of it!
    The title piece is written for two full string orchestras and a chamber group set apart. This creates a very powerful listening experience. Amazing if you ever get the chance to see a live performance!
     

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    I like the new bluegrass sound
     
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  13. ellis36

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    My goodness!! I used to listen to him!

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  14. boatme98

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    Tom Rush. 1968 release
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    I grew up in New England and could get radio stations out of boston. That's where I heard him when I was about 9 or 10. His first album, released in '63, was mostly Delta blues. Granted, white boy Delta blues but he's got the voice for it. It was the i the first I'd heard the style and I was hooked.
    I guess he's considered folk, but he became a good song writer and performer.
    I've seen him numerous times over the years and he was always great.
     
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    Social Distortion
    One of my favs. Ring of Fire
     
  16. boatme98

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    I've got their live double cd somewhere. Gotta find it and give a listen. Love it.
    I think it was recorded at Myrtle Beach but I'm not positive.
     
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    NOT listening to music right now, I'm watching American Pickers !...............
     
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    Charlie Musselwhite. 6'5 Choctaw indian blues harmonica player, until he was 46. He mentioned something about being Choctaw to his grandmother, and she said "No, son, we're Cherokees", invalidating all his liner notes

     
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    A little country this morning
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    Had Leo Kotke on first.
     
  20. Dallas53

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    listening to some Eric Clapton.