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Initial post: Dec 13, 2009 8:24:32 PM PST
I've been called a "Chatterbox" a time or two.

My musical taste is all over the place.

At this very moment I'm listening to "Hella Good" by Gwen Steffani & No Doubt.

But tomorrow who knows.

If you want to talk music, make a recommendation or just get something off your chest, I'm here to chat.

Music is my life.


Posted on Dec 13, 2009 8:51:10 PM PST
G-money says:
Sublime....... don't disrespect Thunders or h death of the dolls and we can talk


Runner....bootleg Mainman

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 4:48:44 AM PST

A deal with that.

"Chatterbox" is a great song and I'm quite the chatterbox when I get started on virtually any genre.

This morning my thoughts are on "The Women Behind The Songs Of Great Artists.

Two in particular that come to mind are "Layla" & Wonderful Tonight" both written by Eric Clapton for Patti Boyd.

Patti was married to Beatle (George Harrison) and Eric broke the man code by falling in love with a friends girlfriend, present or past. In this case it was George's wife.

"Layla" was written before Eric's take-away and "Wonderful Tonight" was written after Eric & Patti were married.

For all the bad blood and estrangement between Eric & George, Patti today is in someone else's arms.

Patti wrote in her auto-biography that leaving George for Eric was one of the biggest mistakes of her life.

Ouch that kind of hurts.

Feel free to listen to these wonderful songs.

This is a killer live version of "Layla." Best I've heard!

"Layla" - Eric Clapton (Derek & the Domino's)

Patti Boyd was one beautiful woman in her day.

When she walked into a party she truly turned heads

"Wonderful Tonight" - Eric Clapton


In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 6:13:54 AM PST
We've uploaded our cds onto iTunes. That's a minimal part of our collection, which is still mainly discs and tapes. But it still runs a gamut, for we have examples of just about everything, including a Welsh musical. iTunes, I understand, has a free Christmas sampler to check out.

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 7:20:06 AM PST
James Walsh says:
In the last week, the State Street Ramblers (Chicago jazz, 1928-36), a 4-cd country boogie to rockabilly comp (early to mid 1950s), Barber's Cello Concerto (c. 1945), Echoes of the Ozarks (2-cd comp of Ozark country string bands from 1926-1933), Sam Cook's gospel recordings with the Soul Stirrers (early-mid 1950s), Percy Mayfield (early 50s r&b), the Sex Pistols, and Radiohead's OK Computer.

Oh, yeah, and seasonally unavoidable--Vince Guaraldi's soundtrack from the Charlie Brown Christmas special.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 7:56:20 AM PST
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Posted on Dec 14, 2009 8:05:29 AM PST

for the last week, I have been listening and watching "". It is Daryl Hall with different perfomrers actually at his house (studio) and singing each others tunes. For Example Todd Rundgren and Daryl singing "Want of a Nail, Sometimes I don't know how you feel", Can we still be friends", Wait for me" and the old soul survivors tune "Expressway to your heart". There are many episodes, that is just one. Another is Smokey Robinson and Daryl singing "Sara Smile", "Being with you", Tracks of my tears". It is just wonderful stuff. You have to check it out

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 8:09:31 AM PST
dtm says:
Im on a blues kick.........Johnny Winter, Muddy Waters, Buddy guy...........cant get enough right now.

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 7:46:01 PM PST
Franklin, James, Will, Joe, jtm

That's some good stuff guys.

I'm gonna check out some of your recommendations.

Youtube is wonderful.

Keep the hits coming.

Matt Costa
Johnny Winter
Vince Guaraldi's soundtrack

What more can you ask for?

Thanks guys


In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 8:13:26 PM PST
Right now I'm listening to OOIOO's Armonico Hewa. Great record, I love Yoshimi.

Some more records I've been listening to the past week or so (posted this in another listening thread):

...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead - Source Tags & Codes
The Antlers - Hospice
Avey Tare and Panda Bear (Animal Collective) - Spirit They're Gone Spirit They Vanished
David Bowie - Low
Johnny Cash - Unchained
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus
Church of Misery - Houses of the Unholy
Dizzee Rascal - Boy in Da Corner
Marianne Faithfull - Dangerous Acquaintances
Fear - The Record
The Flaming Lips - Embryonic
Flower Travellin' Band - Satori
Flying Lotus - Los Angeles
Japan - Adolescent Sex
Jawbox - For Your Own Sweetheart
Liars - Liars
Mercury Rev - Snowflake Midnight/Strange Attractor
Missy Elliott - Under Construction
Neon Indian - Psychic Chasms
Opeth - Blackwater Park
Patti Smith - Easter
The Smiths - Meat is Murder
Spoon - Girls Can Tell
The Stone Roses - S/T
Suicide - 1/2 Alive
Sunset Rubdown - Dragonslayer
Super Furry Animals - Rings Around the World
Tool - Ænima
Tom Waits - Orphans
XTC - Skylarking

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 8:37:00 PM PST
Has it really been that long?

Today (December 14, 2009) marks the 30th anniversary of one of rocks finest moments "London Calling" by The Clash, which was released on December 14, 1979.

19 songs of pure joy beginning with the title track.

My personal fave is their cover of "Brand New Cadillac", although there are many gems.

"Lost In The Supermarket" comes to mind and who could forget "Train In Vain."

"Brand New Cadillac" - The Clash

"Lost In The Supermarket" - The Clash

"I Got A Job
It Just Don't Pay
I Need New Clothes
I Need Somewhere To Stay"

"Train In Vain" - The Clash


In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 9:04:31 PM PST
"London Calling" Happy Anniversary!

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 9:13:46 PM PST
Well, it's bedtime. Been listening to our iTunes collection. And here the one I'm listening to as I sign off is one the band I was in before we left MN sang and put on cd. "Hwlior Heli" ("Riding the Waves")

Heard some Gershwin, some Spike Jones, some Debusey, some other Celtic, some Blues, some 50's R&R, some Swing, some World.

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 9:17:46 PM PST
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In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 9:23:29 PM PST
I am listening to Other People's Money "Chronicles of Debauchery, Vol. 1". Great hip hop!

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 9:52:37 PM PST
Mr. Jumps says:
Listening to Ramones -Leave Home.
Best lyrics on London calling from the tune "the right profile". The last line could never ever be duplicated.

He said go out and get me my old movie stills
Go out and get me another roll of pills
There I go again shaking, but I ain't got the chills

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 10:07:04 PM PST
Wendy T. says:
XTC - North Sea & English Settlement
Urban Verbs - Early Damage
The Slickee Boys/Black Market Baby - 2 punk bands from Wash DC area
Otis Taylor - White African This is AWESOME btw!
Willie Dixon
Right now - Talking Heads - Remain In Light

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 10:12:21 PM PST
Wendy T. says:
Didn't George Harrison steal her from Bryan Ferry?

I have been having a punk week.
Flogging Molly - "Float" Love this album - want to see them live
Oh - almost Forgot "Kismet" - Broadway show and movie soundtrack

Posted on Dec 14, 2009 10:29:59 PM PST
Wendy T. says:
John Hammond - "Wicked Grin" The songs are by Tom Waits
Root Boy Slim & the Sex Change Band - "Boogie Til you Puke" is on Youtube
Two more that I have "rediscovered," on my top ten albums Fer Sher:
Terry Reid - "River" He ALMOST got the same job as Robert Plant
Leon Russell and the Shelter People - he sings an awesome version of "Beware of Darkness" and the best version of "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall" you ever heard. He played on a lot of Dylan's albums, backed up Joe Cocker. Saw him on tour with Edgar Winter in 1972

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2009 10:35:49 PM PST
Wendy T. says:
Live at Shea Stadium! Excellent!

Posted on Dec 15, 2009 4:21:44 AM PST
Hey you guys (and ladies),

I am enjoying your recommendations very very much.

Keep them coming and have a good day all.


Posted on Dec 15, 2009 4:26:49 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 15, 2009 4:27:36 AM PST
James Walsh says:
Wow! Thirty years seems like forever! I still remember when I bought London Calling the first day of release . . . it was released with "Train in Vain" added at the last minute because the song had gone onto the US charts (something I thought would only happen when it could be reasonably ascertained that hell had frozen over). That song was added so near to the release that they didn't have time to list it on the cover with the rest of the songs! I still have that jacket with "Train in Vain" missing. Then I heard a teen next to me asking his friend why they did the picture in black and white. I had to walk him over to the Elvis section to explain what the Clash were referencing.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 15, 2009 6:24:14 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 15, 2009 6:27:18 AM PST
There's a great 4 CD set: "American Roots: A History of American Folk Music" that we got very reasonably that we've put on our iTunes comp.

I've always dug "Rock the Casbah" and "Should I Stay or Should I go?"

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 15, 2009 6:37:31 AM PST
I have the vinyl of London Calling as well, and you're right, Train in Vain isn't listed either on the back or the actual record label for Side 4, but it is on the actual record, never noticed that it wasn't listed at all before, lol. I'm not sure if the vinyl edition I have is a first pressing or not, since I bought it used a few years ago and wasn't even born when the album was released. Maybe none of the vinyl editions have the track listed. Anyway, that's a cool fact I wasn't aware of.
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