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Joe Bonanassa - So, It's Like That

 

I also scored a couple tickets for my wife and I to go see him in the Palace Theater, in Columbus Ohio.....right up by the stage......We are stoked :L3000:

WOW .......Lucky you , I don't think I'll ever get to see him live unless he comes to India , enjoy the experience ! 

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Led Zeppelin - BBC Sessions (disc 1) Early raw Zepp in remastered mono, great stuff.
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Product Details 

 

  • Victory is Won
  • Hoy es Adios
  • Adouma
  • Aye, Aye, Aye
  • You are my kind

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WOW .......Lucky you , I don't think I'll ever get to see him live unless he comes to India , enjoy the experience ! 

 

Thanks much....I will.

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@TJ Elite : thanks for the advice . :L3000: 


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@TJ Elite : thanks for the advice . :L3000: 

:beerchug:

I've had the opening track stuck in my head for a couple of days now.

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Nuclear Ramjet's Folding time from their Fahrenheit Project Part Two album.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCGt5ZsOPMA

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Getting into Bob Dylan now, that's 13.2gb of him in lossless: http://www.bobdylan.com/us/news/bob-dylan-complete-album-collection-vol-1

 

There's also a really cool/funny interactive video of a bunch of people from tv shows that look like they're lip syncing on his website: http://video.bobdylan.com/desktop.html

 

I also noticed that "Little Sadie" which I've never heard before, resembled Johnny Cash's "Cocaine Blues" after googling it I discovered that it's apparently some song from 1922 that 40+ artists have done different versions of over all the years.  I'm not sure why I found it so interesting: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Sadie

 

Does anyone else discover music the way I do?  When I find a song I like I either download the entire album it's off of or if I know I like other songs by the artist I usually just download their discography or as many albums as possible and spend about a month listening to it all and getting rid of the stuff I don't like.  I've done that with The Meters, Nine Inch Nails, Pretty Lights, Bill Withers, Led Zeppelin, The White Stripes (and Jack Whites other bands), Chuck Berry, Massive Attack and now Bob Dylan as well as pretty much all the stuff I listen to.  


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Acquainting myself with the music of Stanley Clarke:

 

 

I've heard bits and pieces of his music but never listened to a full album. So far I'm liking it.

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Mogwai - Rave Tapes. 

I think it might be the best Mogwai record yet. At least it is growing on me every time I listen to it. 

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