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Posted on Dec 13, 2012 9:11:07 PM PST
Grandpa Tom says:
Driving Home For Christmas-Chris Rea

My favorite POP Christmas song currently. Chris is little known in the USA, and has created lots of exceptional music over the decades.

Start here:
Still So Far to Go-the Best of Chris Rea

All the best tonight,

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 5:38:47 AM PST
Randy says:

1.Harlem River Blues
2.One More Night In Brooklyn
3.Move Over Mama
4.Working for the MTA
6.Slippin and Slidin
7.Christchurch Woman
8.Learning to Cry
9.Ain t Waitin
10.Rogers Park
11.Harlem River Blues (Reprise)

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 5:45:24 AM PST
Randy says:
GT, back in the day I loved Rea's Whatever Happened To Benny Santini? album, especially the title track. Had a couple of his later albums, too, and liked them.

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 6:19:20 AM PST
Randy says:
KASEY CHAMBERS: Barricades & Brickwalls

1.Barricades & Brickwalls
2.Not Pretty Enough
3.On A Bad Day
4.Runaway Train
5.A Little Bit Lonesome
6.Nullarbor Song
7.Million Tears
8.Still Feeling Blue
9.This Mountain
11.Falling Into You
12.If I Were You
13.I Still Pray

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 6:56:39 AM PST
ravager814 says:
Agents of Fortune and Some Enchanted Evening are definitely worth looking into. The live Godzilla was a staple on AOR radio in the late 70s; I also like their interpretations of MC5 and Steppenwolf. I wore that album out. Fire of Unknown Origin also has its moments.

(Just bought Some Enchanted Evening, as a nostalgia purchase)

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 6:59:19 AM PST
ravager814 says:
Haven't heard Cracker, forever, Daniel. I thought that David Lowery had moved on.

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 7:02:43 AM PST
ravager814 says:
Blue Oyster Cult - Some Enchanted Evening (LIVE)

review by William Ruhlmann (all Music)
Blue Öyster Cult marks time with a second live album on which they turn out good, if redundant, concert versions of recent favorites like "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" and "Godzilla" and add to their repertoire of live covers such oldies as the MC5's "Kick out the Jams" and the Animals' "We Gotta Get out of This Place." A perfectly acceptable, completely unnecessary souvenir record from a hard-touring band of the '70s. (It should perhaps be noted that the mid- to late '70s was a period when more live albums than usual were being released, especially in the wake of Peter Frampton's massively successful 1976 album Frampton Comes Alive!.)

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 7:02:57 AM PST
Randy says:
LINDI ORTEGA: Little Red Boots

1.Little Lie
2.When All The Stars Align
3.Blue Bird
5.I'm No Elvis Presley
6.Little Red Boots
7.Dying of Another Broken Heart
8.All My Friends
9.Fall Down or Fly
10.Jimmy Dean
11.Black Fly
12.So Sad

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 7:41:37 AM PST
Randy says:
MARK KNOPFLER: Sailing to Philadelphia

1.What It Is
2.Sailing To Philadelphia
3.Who's Your Baby Now
4.Baloney Again
5.The Last Laugh
6.Do America
7.El Macho
8.Prairie Wedding
10.Speedway At Nazareth
11.Junkie Doll
12.Silvertown Blues
13.Sands Of Nevada

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 7:45:18 AM PST
From the HIP - Anthony

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 8:12:13 AM PST
This has always been my favorite Cult Live album. Kick Out The Jams and We Gotta Get Out Of This Place are the main reasons why although I think that this rendition of Godzilla is their rockinest! I don't think thats a word but it works for me.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 8:24:05 AM PST
ravager814 says:
The album I just downloaded must be twice as long as the LP I had. I don't see it as filler, either. There is a 5 guitars "jam" on the extended release. Gotta say, it takes me back to when I saw theses guys at The New Haven Coliseum, in the late 70s. The covers are brilliant...I agree, although the album does suffer from a "by the numbers" DFTR. Members of BOC would often just "show up" at bars around Islip, Long Island, billed as Soft White Underbelly. Along with J Geils, this was just a kick-ass New York band.

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 8:52:14 AM PST
Randy says:
MEAT LOAF: Bat Out of Hell

1.Bat Out Of Hell
2.You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
3.Heaven Can Wait
4.All Revved Up With No Place To Go
5.Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
6.Paradise By The Dashboard Light: Paradise/Let Me Sleep On It/Praying For the End Of Time
7.For Crying Out Loud

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 8:57:17 AM PST
I saw the 5 guitar attack in San Diego, 1979. My ears rang for a few years after that concert!

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 10:03:25 AM PST
Randy says:
NANCI GRIFFITH: Other Voices Other Rooms

1.Across The Great Divide - Emmylou Harris
2.Woman Of The Phoenix - Vince Bell
3.Tecumseh Valley - Arlo Guthrie
4.Three Flights Up
5.Boots Of Spanish Leather
6.Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness - John Prine
7.From Clare To Here - Pete Cummins
8.Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound
9.Do Re Mi - Guy Clark
10.This Old Town
11.Comin' Down In The Rain - Lee Satterfield
12.10 Degrees and Getting Colder
13.Morning Song For Sally
14.Night Rider's Lament
15.Are You Tired Of Me Darling
16.Turn Around
17.Wimoweh - Odetta

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 10:47:44 AM PST
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Johnny Bee says:
Lonerism - Tame Impala. What a great chill out album (as the kids would say).

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 11:01:32 AM PST
Randy says:
Just downloaded a Paste sampler that had a Tame Impala track on it(don't remember the name of the song right off); didn't grab me on first listen. Maybe it'll grown on me, but I wasn't that wild about their sound, based on that one song.

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 11:02:16 AM PST
Randy says:
Just checked my iPod; the name of the Tame Impala song is "Apocalypse Dreams."

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 11:12:37 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 14, 2012 11:13:23 AM PST
Randy says:
TALLEST MAN ON EARTH: Sometimes The Blues Is Just A Passing Bird

1.Little River
2.The Dreamer
3.Like the Wheel
4.Tangle in This Trampled Wheat
5.Thrown Right at Me

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 11:42:52 AM PST
GarionOrb says:
Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 12:02:25 PM PST
GarionOrb says:
Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral

Mr. Self-Destruct
March of the Pigs
The Becoming
I Do Not Want This
Big Man with a Gun
A Warm Place
The Downward Spiral

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 12:13:38 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 14, 2012 12:15:33 PM PST
Daniel E. White-Are you a fellow San Diegan? I too was at that 1979 show at the stadium W/ Cheap Trick, UFO(sans Schenker)&Pat Travers.

How about the live version of Astronomy on Some Enchanted Evening? That's my favorite song on that album.

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 12:50:53 PM PST
R. Harris says:
CHRISTMAS SOUL - a collection I put together.

The Christmas Song - NKC's 1946 version
MY Gift To You - Alexander O'Neal
Rudolf - The Temps
Please Come Home For Christmas - Charles Brown
White Christmas - Drifters w/ Clyde McPhatter
What Christmas Means To Me - Stevie
The Christmas Song - Norman Brown
Christmas Blues - Eric Reed
What Are You Doing New Years Eve? - Nancy Wilson
Merry Christmas Baby - Otis Redding

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 1:09:52 PM PST
GarionOrb says:
Mylene Farmer - Live A Bercy

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2012 1:23:29 PM PST
I am a San Diegan that now lives near Las Vegas. Yes, that is the concert that I am speaking about. I agree with your assessment of Astronomy. That live version is my favorite. Shakin Street was the only band that you didn't name from that concerts lineup.
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