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What music are you listening to lately?

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Artisan Fan, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Well-Known Member

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    Au contraire mon freres

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  2. lefty

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    ^^ Sorry, Sugar Sugar was Saccharine Saccharine.

    Watching the Andy Williams Christmas Special with the Osmonds. Forgot that Williams was married to Claudine Longet, infamous for shooting and killing skier Spider Sabich in 1976.

    Claudine Longet from The Party.

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  3. Geoffrey Firmin

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    Sugga Sugga Saccharine? This puts the Carpenters out with the trash if you ask me. [VIDEO][/VIDEO] or this [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     
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  4. lefty

    lefty Well-Known Member

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    Please. I saw the Monkees live (and possibly The Turtles though that was during my peyote days so it may have just been an actual turtle with musical chops) and while I liked both bands, they got nothing on this:

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  5. Geoffrey Firmin

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    The Monkees were a product, a machine for making money, they did have some good people writing songs for them and Mike Nesmith is a talented musician. I know they came to Australia but I was too young to see them. Basically I can't see how The Monkees would would mix with peyote maybe Jefferson Airplane? That I can understand. [VIDEO][/VIDEO] Actually the George Benson version is better [VIDEO][/VIDEO] As for the Carpenters tragic in the extreme. Now if you want to talk about Carole King.
     
  6. lefty

    lefty Well-Known Member

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    Other bands loved The Monkees. They were fun guys.

    Going to bed, so here's Paul Williams and John Denver singing "Drift Away" which was written by Williams brother.

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    I like the Monkees. :embar:

    Nice. George Benson is under appreciated as a jazz guitarist… so good.
     
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  10. Geoffrey Firmin

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    Some of his early jazz recording are first rate the album he played on with Miles is worth a listen.

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    First concert I ever went to - George Benson.
     
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    If you don't listen to Sun Ra, you're missing out.

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  14. Geoffrey Firmin

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    Art Ensemble of Chicago most intensely & musically bent concert I ever have seen. Was in shock afterwards.

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  15. Geoffrey Firmin

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    1st at the Horden Pavilion while in 3rd from Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, Chain, La De Da's, Lobby Lloyd & The Coloured Balls

    1st International Jazz 78 concert Weather Report with Jaco Pastorius doing his bionic bass player routine
     
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    I love me some JMJ. When I was a kid, my parents used to play this album all the time in our house:

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    Did they make the joke that if Zsa Zsa Gabor married Jean-Michel Jarre she'd be Zsa Zsa Jarre?
     
  18. lawyerdad

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    'tis the season

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    Can't believe this song is 20 now.


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    I've been listening to Stone Temple Pilots lately. I've been really surprised at how good Robert DeLeo's bass lines are. I'm a bass player and I'd be very pleased with myself if I'd written a lot of these. This is one of the best.

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