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    Alice Volume 11 (SF Bay Area Only) - Compilation of accoustic renditions of songs by a bunch of different artists like Nora Jones, The Frayed, Snow Patrol, etc. Some of the music is from their music lounge, others are acoustic versions of songs recorded by the artist themselves.
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    Daryl Hall and John Oates - H2O
    1982, CEO AFL1-4383, LP

    Rock solid bottom and their signature harmonies. Good stuff--thanks George!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker View Post


    Daryl Hall and John Oates - H2O
    1982, CEO AFL1-4383, LP

    Rock solid bottom and their signature harmonies. Good stuff--thanks George!
    Hall & Oates!! Kick @sss!!! Good Call man!

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    radiohead- OK Computer

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    Bob Seager.

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    The office manager in my office bitch and complian non-stop about nothing.
    I wish I had some music.
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    Dave Mason - Certified Live
    1976, CBS PG 34174, 2-LP

    Recorded at the Universal Ampitheater, this double album live set is Mason at the absolute top of his game vocally and instrumentally. The opening cut, an ass bumping funked-up arrangement of "Feelin' Alright", sets a standard that is never compromised as Dave works through several Traffic covers, an Eagles standard, a Dylan/Hendrix anthem, slow blues, and several of his signature hits.

    A "must have" for Mason fans or exactly where to start for someone looking for a solid introduction.
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    Al Green's Greatest

    Makes me hungry for some hot grits.:p ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ND13 View Post
    Al Green's Greatest

    Makes me hungry for some hot grits.:p ;)
    Jesse and I were gobbling down BIG bowlsful of grits when we were in Georgia for Polkfest. For something that doesn't have a whole lotta flavor they are delicious I can get enough once I started eating them. In the spirit of a true Yank, I love the lumps.

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    VanHalen....Diver down.
    With all the talk from them being in town, I had to pull it out.
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    Matt Polk Sings Pavarotti

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    Johnny Winter - And
    1970 , Columbia C 30221, LP

    As much a Rick Derringer album, this is perhaps more indicative of Winter's range than anything before or since.
    Last edited by BlueMDPicker; 10-14-2007 at 07:49 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker View Post


    Johnny Winter - And
    1970 , Columbia C 30221, LP

    As much a Rick Derringer's album, this is perhaps more indicative of Winter's range than anything before or since.
    White Trash ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABX View Post
    White Trash ?
    That was Bro Edgar.
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    Yeah, you are right.
    I get em mixed up.
    Who did Frankenstein ?

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    Johnny Winter - Hey, Where's Your Brother?
    1992, Virgin US, CD

    The first CD I ever owned, a gift from my brother for Christmas in 1992, it remains one of my favorites.
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    Tori Amos! Pretty much a compilation of her stuff that I made. but Loosing my religion works for me right now. She Killed that cover!!!!! (In a Kick @ss way)

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    Lyle Lovett.

    It's Not Big It's Large

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    On disk two right now.
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    Default Glad he's not on the drugs like he used to be......

    Face, I was listening to David Grohl [guy on the left] way back in high school. I was running the sound board for the talent show in [if memory serves] '85. Damn Fire Marshall motioned for me to kill the sound, stopped the show mid run, walked down the isle and proceeded to tell everyone that they must sit down or the show was to be canceled. "Safety regulations". Only time in my life I was mad at a fireman. The student body instantly BOOOO'd him until he sat back down, but the show went on.

    They were playing "wipe out" and all the students got out of the seats and started air surfing. Yeah, he was wearing the girl outfits back then. White bra and a black skirt for that concert, complete with makeup. That wasn't a marketing thing, just David.

    Back to the subject.....listening to Taco, Puttin' on the Ritz.
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    Im listening to a fan...

    Hmmmmm
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    I will be listening to Van Halen live tonight around 9:00. I have been real skeptical since they announced their reunion and have even made fun of them because of all the antics over the years. But now that the concert is less than 24 hours away I"m actually pretty psyched.

    So far they have been getting pretty good reviews and I don't expect them to be like they were in the 80's, but if they can come close I'll be happy. I really didn't think it would last this long.

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    Against Me! - Thrash Unreal

    song is awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post

    On disk two right now.
    I have that but haven't listened to it hardly at all. How is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizelbs View Post
    I have that but haven't listened to it hardly at all. How is it?
    There's a few songs that I can listen to over and over, and there's a few I can't even make it through once. If you're a big fan of them, you need to give it a try.
    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    Face, I was listening to David Grohl [guy on the left] way back in high school. I was running the sound board for the talent show in [if memory serves] '85. Damn Fire Marshall motioned for me to kill the sound, stopped the show mid run, walked down the isle and proceeded to tell everyone that they must sit down or the show was to be canceled. "Safety regulations". Only time in my life I was mad at a fireman. The student body instantly BOOOO'd him until he sat back down, but the show went on.

    They were playing "wipe out" and all the students got out of the seats and started air surfing. Yeah, he was wearing the girl outfits back then. White bra and a black skirt for that concert, complete with makeup. That wasn't a marketing thing, just David.
    Very cool!
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    Christmas Music!:D

    Playing on music choice and also XM
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    "Tusk" and "As Long as you Follow".

    Tusk has always been one of my fav's.
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    Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Temptations, School of Fish!!!!!!!!!! <--- Three Strange Days (Ya Baby!) Staind, Aaron Lewis (Acoustic: outside), Korn (Live: Acoustic) and whatever else I find on the iPod!

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    Default Old School

    My 15's love this...
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