What are you listening to at this moment?

Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by mikesr1963, May 13, 2016.

  1. squierplayer

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    Hard to beat Warren now days in my opinion.
     
  2. squierplayer

    squierplayer Squier-holic

    Feb 27, 2011
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    Go ahead, tell me these guys aren't one of the greatest all time bands! Is it just me?

     
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  3. squierplayer

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  4. mofojar

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    It was nine short years ago today when Ronnie James Dio left the material plane and ascended.

    One of my D&D players said he was commemorating today by listening to a tribute album to Dio by a Norwegian fellow named Jorn.

    It's pretty awesome.

     
  5. archetype

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    The dish-washing music, today, was a 2-CD compilation of Louis Jordan. He was a late-30s through early-70s bandleader, singer, alto saxophonist who covered jazz, swing blues, boogie woogie, and ballads with a lot of humor. A Tele-playing buddy used to base much of his set list on Jordan's catalog and I'd do the same if I was competent enough to run a band.

    Let The Good Times Roll
    A classic, his way.



    Choo Choo Ch'Boogie
    Pure boogie woogie from a small band. In the 40s there was a huge amount of boogie music being recorded.



    Got My Mojo Working
    I'm including this just because his treatment is totally unexpected and not guitar-oriented. It's organ-driven and has a heavy swing to the rhythm. Not my favorite version, but worth hearing because he steered the song away from the usual Muddy Waters territory. Edit: I could do without the harmony singers, whatever it is that they're doing.

     
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  6. Bassman96

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  7. strat_strummer

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    Crappie fishing.
  8. Conghaille

    Conghaille Squier-Nut

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    I can't think of anyone cooler than Alex Chilton.



    And one tribute:

     
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  9. T5854

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    Because the solo rips....lol

     
  10. Dr Improbable

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  11. rorygman

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    Pink Floyd - live - One of These Days. I think Mr Gilmour loves playing that slide! Two clips, 22 years apart - awesome light shows:

     
  12. squierplayer

    squierplayer Squier-holic

    Feb 27, 2011
    Wisconsin
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