What are you listening to right *now*?

Mr_Max

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For me, it's 'Midnight Blue' - Kenny Burrell. Next up, will probably be The Louvin Brothers (or maybe a Rockabilly compilation CD a friend has given me)

So what are you listening to?



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Joel66

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The water running in the shower. :lol: I've got a Motley Crue song going through my head though (Ten Seconds To Love). Does that count??


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Mr_Max

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Joel66 said:
The water running in the shower. :lol: I've got a Motley Crue song going through my head though (Ten Seconds To Love). Does that count??

Yes, but only if you actually sing it in the shower!


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A cheap Made in Korea acoustic guitar...

that I keep near the computer and sometimes play as I read email and TDPRI posts. (Yes, I am indeed multitasking.)

What I've been listening to in the car is a new CD by a SoCal group called Goldspot. Excellent stuff. (I hear George Harrison influences in their tracks, both in the lead singer's vocal style and in some of the melodies.)
 

maestrovert

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currently playing.....

at the moment:
Danny Gatton/Joey DeFrancesco "Relentless"
David Mullin Band "Revival"
The Beatles "Hard Day's Night"
Miles Davis "Kind of Blue"
Lee Ritenour "Alive in L.A."
Chuck Berry "28 Golden Greats"
Les Paul and Chet Atkins "Chester and Lester"
Loggins and Messina "On Stage"
Evan Marshall "The Lone Arranger"
John Fogerty "Premonition"
Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli compilation cd
Blind Blake "Ragtime's Foremost Fingerpicker" compilation cd
Al Stewart "Year of the Cat"
The Police "Synchronicity"
The Beatles "Magical Mystery Tour"
Lou Reed "Rock n' Roll Animal"
Mahogany Rush "Strange Universe"

all of the above ripped from my collection to mp3 and burned onto one disk....eases long hours with out having to change the disk constantly......good for 4 - 6 day's listening......i create another every few weeks....great for long road trips too !
 

guitar george

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an eclectic mix fo sho..

Jesse Dayton - country soul brother
Jeff Buckley - grace + sketches for my sweetheart the drunk
Redd Volkaert - no stranger to a tele
16 Horsepower - secret south
Louis Prima - collectors series
Jim Lauderdale - planet of love
AC/DC - dirty deeds done dirt cheap
Led Zepplin - how the west was won (live)
The Cramps - bad music for bad people
 

e-merlin

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At this moment, it's the sound of the fan in the bathroom. I'll not go any further...

While I was cooking breakfast, though, I was playing a CD by a guitar player named Mark May. I think that's his name anyway. I'll have to check. I was at a CD store last week and picked up a bunch of stuff for 50 cents each and this was one of them. I bought it because of the Tele on the cover and I figured I couldn't go wrong for 50 cents. Turns out to be pretty good, if derivitave, blues. Plenty of standard shuffles and slow blues as well as a trip to Santanaland. But it's mostly Gibson guitars. I haven't heard much that sounds like a Tele.
 

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Continuing the 'actual sounds' theme, it's a 2nd brood of hungry starlings outside my window & down the street calling out for their Mom.

Music wise, I've been enjoying the 'Fly Jefferson Airplane' DVD. Some great live footage and also some cool promo clips for things like 'Martha' and 'We Can Be Together'. I always knew Grace Slick was a fine looking woman in her prime but, until seeing live footage of her, I had no idea just how stunningly beautiful she actually was. Sigh.
 

0le FUZZY

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<li> 102.5 F.M. Oldies
<li>Whilst I'm puttin onna hood scoop fur a 74 Camaro.
<li>No I ain't dunn yet but iss iss watt time shootin fer.

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<li>It ain't eazy onna stock hood!

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<li>Lotta drillin, cuttin and fittin!

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<li>But tile gitter dunn I gar-on-tee HEE! HEE!

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Mr_Max

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0le FUZZY said:
<li> 102.5 F.M. Oldies
<li>Whilst I'm puttin onna hood scoop fur a 74 Camaro.
<li>No I ain't dunn yet but iss iss watt time shootin fer.

200573camaro2.jpg

Looks great!



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Go FUZZY!

Lately I've been listening to ME. I've got my producer hat on, trying to do some home recording. Go to the "Twanger" section to hear my latest embarassments.

Other than that, it's still been Count Basie/Joe Williams in the car, and also this big boxed set titled "Hillbilly Boogie" with 5 CD's of various artists from the 40's-50's. GREAT stuff! :D
 




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