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TJ, July 19, 2012 in non tractor related discussion
I've been listening to Quicksilver Messenger Service a lot lately, especially the early years. Always loved the interplay between guitarists John Cipollina (R.I.P.) and Gary Duncan. I was hoping to find a good video of them playing live, but most of what I've found turns into an extended psychedelic jam, which I love but I'll admit it's probably too much for most of the rest of the world.
This song has turned into one of my favorites from that era, it was at least recorded live and appears on the Happy Trails album:
EDIT: I listened to this song with headphones on last night (proper over-the-ear type, not those silly buds). Cool! I'd forgotten how much fun that could be, highly recommended.
Miranda , "me & Charlie talking"
''hollywood nights'' and ''what a fool believes''
well you guys would lol if you combined what I look like and what I listen too. I am a fan of the 30's and 40's so Big band and swing are my favorite. If i am in a modern mood I jike contemporary Jazz. But I am a music fan of all kinds of blues to blue grass and anything in between. I really like the new "younger" people picking up old styles of music.
I have to thank Xm Radio for opening my eyes to the world of music. been a Xm listener since the 1st few months, I have a account number under 80K lol. best money for entertainment a person can spend.
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life:
LInkin Park - Numb:
Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side:
been listening to the Word. killer funk/rock/gospel fusion.
RIP The King.
This will be on repeat all day for me.
Did you forget you already posted that song, Jim?
NO, I was trying to embed the video and couldn't figure it out. Must be different now due to the change, then inadvertently posted it twice using the other link. I haven't gone to pot quite yet..
Inspired by a recent conversation in the Chatbox...
Ah, what the heck, let's do another. My daughter used to sing along to this song, you know, before she knew what the lyrics meant...
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