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What are you listening to?

This here is Bobby Timmons. Great album.

Easy Star All Stars - Dub Side of the Moon
- this group made a dub remix of Pink Floyd's Dark Side. Good Saturday morning music for me.


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Frank Zappa

The Grand Wazoo
Eat That Question is an incredibly powerful song, and Blessed Relief may be the sweetest song he ever composed.

Jeff Beck

Blow by Blow
The house was empty, so I just blasted What God Wants, Pt. 3 from Amused to Death. Without question, it is Beck's finest performance.

Compared to my audio system, I don't even like shaving.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse

One of the best live albums Neil and the Horse ever put out! Blistering at times, soft and soulful at others!
During the day I usually listen to an online radio station... For some reason I listen a lot to a French station called Frequence 3, but depending on the mood it can be anything from trance and ambient to 80's or classic.

Oh and got a new CD a little while ago: La Radiolina by Manu Chao :thumbup1: (I wonder how many have B&B-ers have actually heard of Manu Chao...)
My eclectic mixture:
Miles Davis - Milestones album
Sirius satellite radio - Patriot, Punk, and First Wave stations
Lagwagon - Trashed album
John Cale - cover of "Hallelujah"
Chantal Kreviazuk

Colour Moving and Still

A Matthew Good mix I made up...any of you Canucks ever see MG in concert?
Great. Now I have "Here I go Again" stuck in my head. Earworm.

Oh well, it could be worse...
:a5: I saw the 'Special Guitar Heroes' documentary yesterday on the Franco-German cultural channel ARTE. It was presented by Ritchie Blackmore and gave an overview of the history of the guitar, hard rock (the Yardbirds and Led Zeppeling) and presented some present day bands like Wolfmother, the Datsuns and the Answer, along with guitar virtuosos. Fantastic documentary.
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