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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by blowtorch, Jul 18, 2018.
Settled Down Like Rain.
My band does “Save It For A Rainy Day” Pretty fun tune to play.
Anything on "Hollywood Town Hall". But, if I had to choose one...
I really like Haywire off sound of lies
Louris and his granny glasses....
"Settled Down Like Rain"
I like a lot of the Golden Smog songs that Gary Louris sings also.
Oops, is it too late for me to change my vote for this one?
Me too. My favorite recorded fuzz tone ever on that solo. Wichita is great too. That is a masterpiece of an album, in my top 10 of all time by anyone, and I'm a blues guy!
Too many to pick from. There are probably two or three that would compete for favorite on each album.
One oddball (drummer on vocals?) that always gives me chills is "Bottomless Cup" from "Sound of Lies."
Going to see them in September and can't wait.
A neighbour introduced me to the Jayhawks about 15 years ago, so have been enjoying them for a while. No one in the UK outside of a small but dedicated cognoscenti seems to have heard of them here. I see them when they come to the UK.
Every now and again I put my SG through my Deluxe Reverb, pour a large glass of wine, and I play along to my faves. My band plays 3 of theirs: Real Light, I'm Gonna Make you Love Me (which I play on my Rick 330/12) and Nevada California.
Waiting For the Sun
Stumbling Through The Dark
Save It For A Rainy Day
I listened to the new just-launched album on Spotify and I can't say I was impressed at first listen. Seemed downbeat but not in an affecting way, just a bit boring.
Being from Raincouver, go figure
Waiting for the Sun is pretty great, but I have to admit I haven't kept up with them over the years except stuff I've heard on the radio. I saw them open for the Black Crowes in 1993 on the Southern Harmony tour, right around when Hollywood Town Hall came out and I really dug them. I was a poor college student then, so I was kind of limited on the number of CDs I could buy. I'll have to change that because they're a great band.
For the rocker side "Real Light" for my B-Bending side it has to "See Him on the Street."
No one said "Eyes of Sarah Jane" yet?
Golden Smog's Until You Came Along is awesome too
Saw them last about a year ago., Supported by Ethan Johns. Gary's voice is, if anything, better than back in the Olsen years.
I would go and see him do a solo acoustic show. And I generally hate those.