What are you listening to? (Part 3)


#221

The Who ---- The kids are all right


#222

Ahhh "Young man blues"


#223

REM - Life's Rich Pageant


#224

Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk" and the most recent Tizzy Bac album. I saw them playing down by Eslite and found the first Taiwanese band that I'd actually listen to. Granted, I haven't really looked too hard. Also, a really cool AIDS benefit compilation called Dark Was The Night, which has a whole bunch of great (mostly indie rock) bands on it like the National and the Arcade Fire. Plus, it's got David Byrne!


#225

Duke Ellington's Ellington at Newport and Frank Sinatra's Songs for Swingin' Lovers.


#226

"my mother said to get things done, you better not mess with major tom"


#227

It's a late nite stinking crusty revival in my house.

youtube.com/watch?v=Q0ydV3po ... re=related
youtube.com/watch?v=s66lFAIUNOE


#228

Prana. Their first CD, Cyclone, from 1996. Masterful Japanese psy-trance.


#229

I like this thread because none of the posted are connected in any way.


#230

Rock and Roll Doctor: A Tribute to Lowell George
From 1997, it's got like Randy Newman, Bottle Rockets, Bonnie "If I Didn't Have Tits I'd Be Busking On Venice Beach" Raitt, and others.
Meh.
So far it ain't blowing no wind up my skirt.
Still, it's better than Little Fake, the post-Lowell version of Little Feat...


#231

good old dj tsuyoshi. if you can track down the first "sympathy in chaos" comp it's worth getting for the prana track on there alone--Geomantik (Fire Dragon Mix). crazy psy trance breakbeat


#232

I've actually got Geomantik, as well as a whole bunch of Tsuyoshi DJ mixes. Saw both him and Nick Taylor DJing quite a few times in Aust.

I also have a bunch of other Goa type stuff, including everything Astral Projection have ever done.


#233

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. Raising Sand

Bluegrass meets blues/rock

Great stuff

If you're expecting Led Zeppelin then don't bother


#234

Right now I'm listening to this by JBM, Montreal singer-songwriter Jesse B. Marchant. Never heard of it before, but it's interesting:

npr.org/templates/story/stor ... =100645308


#235

Creedence Clearwater Revival, "Up Around the Bend":
youtube.com/watch?v=BnRsaHXHznQ

The Rolling Stones, "You Got the Silver":
youtube.com/watch?v=qqZ0BFSaNFw


#236

Lewis Black
They have a lot of his stuff on Youtube right now.


#237

Leadbelly. He's probably as far removed from my last entry here as it's possible to get.


#238

The Cramps - Songs the Lord Taught Us


#239

Love the Cramps, but that's a so-so album. "A Date With Elvis" really rocks!


#240

Love the Cramps, but that's a so-so album. "A Date With Elvis" really rocks!