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Wharfrat63
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08/14/2020 10:12AM  
I am always searching for new music and bands. For those that use a streaming service like Spotify, Pandora, etc what are the last 5 songs you clicked "like" on.

If you don't use one, post 5 songs you have been listening to lately.

Mine:

Summertime - Elien Jewel
Green River - Elien Jewel
Papa Dukie and the Mud People - The Subdudes
99 Shades of Crazy - JJ Grey & Mofro
A little less Conversation - Guitar Shorty.
 
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inspector13
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08/14/2020 11:03AM  

Five just aren’t coming to mind just now, but when I happened to stumble onto this song by the Dead South, I immediately liked it.

 
Wharfrat63
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08/14/2020 11:37AM  
oh, I like that... :-) I like the video. Never seen anyone play a cello like that.
 
Wharfrat63
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08/14/2020 11:40AM  
opps...hit submit too quick...

You may like this: Parker Millsap - Truck Stop Gospel

 
Bearpath9
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08/18/2020 08:18AM  
I listen to CD's in my vehicle, and I don't have a streaming service. I don't even listen to local stations on the radio, except KFAI once in a while.

Here are some of the bands I am have been listening to in the past couple of weeks:
Flogging Molly-Whiskey on Sunday
Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick
Wishbone Ash-Live Dates
Tony Joe White-Swamp Music (box set)
 
inspector13
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08/26/2020 12:13PM  

It looks like Erika and company is coming out with new stuff. I just heard this yesterday afternoon and had to play all my other Heartless Bastards music when I got home.

 
Wharfrat63
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08/26/2020 04:00PM  
Bearpath9: "I listen to CD's in my vehicle, and I don't have a streaming service. I don't even listen to local stations on the radio, except KFAI once in a while.

Here are some of the bands I am have been listening to in the past couple of weeks:
Flogging Molly-Whiskey on Sunday
Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick


Tony Joe White and Flogging Molly that is quite the range of music!...I really like Tony Joe White.
 
Wharfrat63
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08/26/2020 04:03PM  
inspector13: "
It looks like Erika and company is coming out with new stuff. I just heard this yesterday afternoon and had to play all my other Heartless Bastards music when I got home.
"


Revolution. Whoa...That is so spot on with today's BS everywhere. I had neverheard of them...I will check out more! Thanks,
Wharfrat
 
inspector13
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08/27/2020 12:09PM  

Here are two of my favorites from their recording The Mountain.

Had to Go

Could Be So Happy

 
Wharfrat63
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08/28/2020 09:25AM  
inspector13: "
Here are two of my favorites from their recording The Mountain.


Had to Go


Could Be So Happy


"


I like this...Thanks! Added to my spotify playlist.
 
Bearpath9
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08/29/2020 08:25AM  
Wharfrat63: "Bearpath9: "I listen to CD's in my vehicle, and I don't have a streaming service. I don't even listen to local stations on the radio, except KFAI once in a while.


Here are some of the bands I am have been listening to in the past couple of weeks:
Flogging Molly-Whiskey on Sunday
Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick


Tony Joe White and Flogging Molly that is quite the range of music!...I really like Tony Joe White."


If you keep putting all this good stuff on here, I will expand even more. Haven't been music shopping in a while, I need some new stuff. I like most music, from the Who and Zeppelin to Bluegrass and Irish folk songs to Hawkwind and Pink Floyd. But you really haven't lived till you have heard "Whole Lotta Love" by the Temple City Kazoo Orchestra.
 
Wharfrat63
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08/29/2020 09:01AM  
Bearpath9: "Wharfrat63: "Bearpath9: "I listen to CD's in my vehicle, and I don't have a streaming service. I don't even listen to local stations on the radio, except KFAI once in a while.



Here are some of the bands I am have been listening to in the past couple of weeks:
Flogging Molly-Whiskey on Sunday
Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick



Tony Joe White and Flogging Molly that is quite the range of music!...I really like Tony Joe White."



If you keep putting all this good stuff on here, I will expand even more. Haven't been music shopping in a while, I need some new stuff. I like most music, from the Who and Zeppelin to Bluegrass and Irish folk songs to Hawkwind and Pink Floyd. But you really haven't lived till you have heard "Whole Lotta Love" by the Temple City Kazoo Orchestra."


Bear,
I stopped buy music a while ago. Tried the "whole music server" thing for all the ripped and itunes stuff...I had so much music, itunes would crash and you had to copy to flash drives or burn CD's to listen in the car.

Never thought I would pay for "radio", but the Spotify is great (Pandora also). It really is amazing the music that the services suggest. I can spend hours in Spotify just clicking on tunes and putting them in my play lists. With bluetooth in the car (you can get an external adapter), I just get in and fire up Spotify. Surely, will kill XM radio.

Wharfrat

 
08/30/2020 04:35PM  
inspector13: "
Here are two of my favorites from their recording The Mountain.


Had to Go


Could Be So Happy


"


Good stuff Inspector,
I liked Had to GO best, Could Be So Happy was also good, just wish I had eaten some shrooms before I listened to it :-)
 
inspector13
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08/31/2020 07:16AM  
LindenTree: "Good stuff Inspector,
I liked Had to GO best, Could Be So Happy was also good, just wish I had eaten some shrooms before I listened to it :-)"

So you get that vibe from their music too. When I describe their sound I say it is a mixture of 60's psychedelic, folk, bluegrass, and Led Zeppelin.

Witchy Poo

 
08/31/2020 10:11AM  
inspector13: "LindenTree: "Good stuff Inspector,
I liked Had to GO best, Could Be So Happy was also good, just wish I had eaten some shrooms before I listened to it :-)"

So you get that vibe from their music too. When I describe their sound I say it is a mixture of 60's psychedelic, folk, bluegrass, and Led Zeppelin.


Witchy Poo


"


Definitely got that vibe, I liked Witchy Poo.
Yours is probably a good description of the band, I listened to a bunch of their music after you turned me on to them.
 
Bearpath9
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09/02/2020 07:51AM  
Wharfrat63: "Bearpath9: "Wharfrat63: "Bearpath9: "I listen to CD's in my vehicle, and I don't have a streaming service. I don't even listen to local stations on the radio, except KFAI once in a while.



Here are some of the bands I am have been listening to in the past couple of weeks:
Flogging Molly-Whiskey on Sunday
Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick




Tony Joe White and Flogging Molly that is quite the range of music!...I really like Tony Joe White."




If you keep putting all this good stuff on here, I will expand even more. Haven't been music shopping in a while, I need some new stuff. I like most music, from the Who and Zeppelin to Bluegrass and Irish folk songs to Hawkwind and Pink Floyd. But you really haven't lived till you have heard "Whole Lotta Love" by the Temple City Kazoo Orchestra."



Bear,
I stopped buy music a while ago. Tried the "whole music server" thing for all the ripped and itunes stuff...I had so much music, itunes would crash and you had to copy to flash drives or burn CD's to listen in the car.


Never thought I would pay for "radio", but the Spotify is great (Pandora also). It really is amazing the music that the services suggest. I can spend hours in Spotify just clicking on tunes and putting them in my play lists. With bluetooth in the car (you can get an external adapter), I just get in and fire up Spotify. Surely, will kill XM radio.


Wharfrat


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Maybe the problem is that I am digitally challenged. Don't own a cell phone, and spend as little time on the computer as I can (it is summer after all). Besides, I like to have the entire album, or whatever, in my sweaty palms. I don't think the method is as important as the music, so it's all good. I'm just a little slower than the rest of you.
 
Wharfrat63
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09/02/2020 02:36PM  
Bearpath9: "Wharfrat63: "Bearpath9: "Wharfrat63: "Bearpath9: "I listen to CD's in my vehicle, and I don't have a streaming service. I don't even listen to local stations on the radio, except KFAI once in a while.




Here are some of the bands I am have been listening to in the past couple of weeks:
Flogging Molly-Whiskey on Sunday
Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick




Tony Joe White and Flogging Molly that is quite the range of music!...I really like Tony Joe White."




If you keep putting all this good stuff on here, I will expand even more. Haven't been music shopping in a while, I need some new stuff. I like most music, from the Who and Zeppelin to Bluegrass and Irish folk songs to Hawkwind and Pink Floyd. But you really haven't lived till you have heard "Whole Lotta Love" by the Temple City Kazoo Orchestra."




Bear,
I stopped buy music a while ago. Tried the "whole music server" thing for all the ripped and itunes stuff...I had so much music, itunes would crash and you had to copy to flash drives or burn CD's to listen in the car.



Never thought I would pay for "radio", but the Spotify is great (Pandora also). It really is amazing the music that the services suggest. I can spend hours in Spotify just clicking on tunes and putting them in my play lists. With bluetooth in the car (you can get an external adapter), I just get in and fire up Spotify. Surely, will kill XM radio.



Wharfrat



"
Maybe the problem is that I am digitally challenged. Don't own a cell phone, and spend as little time on the computer as I can (it is summer after all). Besides, I like to have the entire album, or whatever, in my sweaty palms. I don't think the method is as important as the music, so it's all good. I'm just a little slower than the rest of you."


Sometimes I wish vinyl was still the medium of choice...Sounded better to me.

I think that the digitization of music has killed some of the things I liked about music: Cover Art, Liner Notes and the whole album as an experience. I would study those album covers. We just don't see things like Quadrophenia, 2112, Dark side of the Moon (Most pink floyd), etc. Then for the artists, digitization took the money out of it and made them make the dollars from touring. Although, one could argue, The Grateful Dead did that way before digitization.

I think the digitization of music, has some benefits. Anyone can make and record music now. No need for a Record Company or A&R Person. You can do it in your basement and post where ever you can. When I discovered Pandora, it brought me hope that the type of music I love was not gone. It was just hidden and the leveling of the recording playing field brought it out.

I am hoping the "digital distributors" don't eventually suppress the stuff I love by pricing the little guy our of the market.

Wharfrat
 
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