What music are you listening to right now?

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  1. Rifling82

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    Remembering 40 years ago crusing in my mustang all over the South having a good time, especially early am driving home jamming to this On 8 track!!!!:D



     
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  3. G66enigma

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    Oh, man ... Grand Funk Railroad. I'd forgotten about them. Great tunes. Wasn't until the late '70s I began to appreciate them. A local radio, back then, used to play a lot of their "B side" tunes.

    Remember their '74 album, All The Girls In The World Beware?


     
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    James Gang -- their 1970 album James Gang Rides Again.




    and their 1971 album Thirds.

     
  5. Caveman Jim

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    Good jams!!!

    My first concert was Lynyrd Skynyrd in Jackson, Mississippi in 74 so any video of Freebird brings back many happy memories.

     
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    John Lee Hooker -- his 1995 album Chill Out.


     
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    Working nights I got to listen to every King biscuit four hour. And Flashback.

    I heard Joe Walsh interviewed at the Hall of fame induction where he met Paul McCartney.(together the only two triple inductees)
    Walsh had told Paul that he learned to play guitar by copying ALL of the guitar from ALL of the Beatles songs. That someone told him that if you could do that you were a good guitar player.
    Paul told Joe that if he could play ALL of the guitar from ALL of the Beatles songs he must be a good guitar player because John would play the top 3 strings and Paul would play the bottom 3 strings.

    Cool story
     
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    Sturgill Simpson put out a 20 song bluegrass album, its just some of his old songs, with different instruments, pretty good
     
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    Michael Franks -- his 2018 album The Music In My Head.


     
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    I saw them live about 15 years ago, they were headlining a classic rock/hair band festival if you can believe that. They put on a great show & sounded incredible, i was actually stunned at how good they were.
     
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    Styx -- Their first two albums, Styx I and Styx II.





    All back when the 8-track player was "king." Yeah, baby.

    * Used to play Styx II while heading out for a hard run in the hills. "Hill" work with "You Need Love" on the box made it easier, somehow.


    Plus a number of their newer albums, including Equinox and The Grand Illusion.



     
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    Listening to some Against Me & reminiscing about seeing them live & actually going to concerts. Fun fact: i was at the concert this video was shot at, standing about 10-15 feet behind the camera man.

    And another good one: