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(@nicktorres)
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oooh, Wishbone Ash...Have you listened to their album "New England"


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(@olive)
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Amy Rigby
Indigo Girls (only 11 more days until I get to see them live!)
Bonnie Raitt
Jimmy Buffett
Keb Mo

"My ex-boyfriend can't tell me I've sold out, because he's in a cult, and he's not allowed to talk to me." --Dar Williams


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(@hueseph)
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Aziza Mustafa Zadeh: Jazz pianist from Azerbaijan. Mix of eastern traditional and progressive jazz.

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(@paul-donnelly)
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Outkast
Al Di Meola
Horrorpops
Die Ärzte
Custom


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(@mordeth)
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got the soundtrack to 'Singles' recently. its a collection of old grunge tunes, so my minidisc has been playing a random mix of 'kill rock stars', 'no alternative', 'singles' and 'sub pop 200' (all compilation albums)

its pretty cool :)

also on standby is old metallica, neil young - rust never sleeps and johnny cash - live at san quentin/folsom prison...the old reliables :)

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(@tokai-12-string)
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Ottmar Liebert
Bruce Becvar

Tokai 12 String

Don't you ever give up on yourself

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=358286


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(@nicktorres)
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Isn't "Would" on the Singles soundtrack? That song almost made me want to play bass.


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(@mordeth)
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yes nick, would? is the first tune on the album, amazing song...not that big an alice in chains fan, but some of their stuff was perfect. and jerry cantrell was/is an awesome guitarist :)

ive got a real hankerin to see that film now, must go and see if i can find a copy for rent.

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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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Bit of a mixed bag really -

Creedence (never far from my stereo!!)
Ray Charles
A cheapo "Guitar Heroes" cd I've had for donkey's years featuring stuff like Apache, Rumble, Sleepwalk,Pipeline,Wipeout,Walk Don't Run etc..
George Thorogood
A Buddy Holly compilation
A Blues anthology featuring JLH, Muddy, BB King, Elmore James etc...
And a "Country Legends" cd of the Mrs........thanks to Twisty.......

:) :) :)

But nothing on at the moment - at least not till the hangover wears off - birthday yesterday and I ever-so-slightly over-indulged in the falling-down water...........

Could whoever's got the remote turn the brightness down a little on the sun........please..........

"Sometimes the beauty of music can help us all find strength to deal with all the curves life can throw us." (D. Hodge.)


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(@english-one)
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Dire Straits
Jeff Buckley
and rather bizarrely Backstreet Boys (there are some lovely guitar parts for their songs)

And lastly, just today I rediscovered my queen CD's, so there has been a lot of air guitaring around my house today


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(@davidhodge)
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Sound interesting stuff being heard here. Thanks to everyone for giving me more reasons to stop at the CD store!

For myself, this past week was a lot of Neil Young (seminar to teach or no! ) plus Weezer, Blink 182, Robert Johnson and the Beatles for various lessons and classes to teach.

And the past few days?

Holmes Brothers
Miriam Makeba
Til Tuesday
and the Afro-Rican Ensemble

Hope everyone is having a great weekend.

Peace


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Hope everyone is having a great weekend.

Peace

Thank You! I'm having a great weekend. But, it's over in a couple of hours

This a great thread because there are alot of Bands I've never heard of, and now will look out for.


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(@marvelousoptimist)
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Im listening to....

The Paper Chase- "God Bless Your Black Heart" killer record.. just came out.. best live band i've ever seen..

Tweaker- always listening to them

Error- Just got this... its.. loud.

Rasputina- long live cello rock!

and..
The Household Gods- just a shameless plug...

There ya go.

-Marv

Andrew Delaney & The Horse You Rode In On ---> http://www.myspace.com/andrewdelaney

You can and should buy my album "Scoundrels!" in mp3 format on amazon.com or iTunes etc...


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(@psychonik)
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I've been listening to myself, and those i jam with (alot of local rock, bules, and jazz bands) I havent popped a cd into my cd player in a two weeks, and the radio has been off. Right now I have my guitar in my hands, and it's only NOT been there when i slept for 4 hours last night. lol


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(@joe-momma)
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counting crows
goldfrapp
lemon jelly
morcheeba
damion rice
nick drake
eric roche


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