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Well...I found a thread to post my favorite songs and music in the AW.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNOdFQ-BN7o

Tren Al Sur (Southbound train) by Los Prisioneros, a 1980s-90s group from Chile, South America.

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Stirring and sublime at once

Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel - "Sebastian"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEjyho4qPi4
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Space Jam cause why the **** not?

This song has caught my ear for awhile now. Lilly Wood & The Prick- Prayer in C


Asura's wrath Symphony No.9 in E Minor from the new world I don't like the video game, but the song is pretty awesome.
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

LOL

Talk about Mercury Retrograde~

Blast from the past

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9G0-4TWwew

The Mercury Years
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Mercury Retrograde - Purling Hiss

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TzL83iF2jI

Currently the smallest planet is in Aquarius, my sun sign.
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Good stuff there.
I was an employee of the maintenance dept. of the local school district, I watched the teenagers, in the early to mid 90's, get into "Swing" and learning the dances at many of the high schools. I had hoped there would be as much interest in the old music but it all seemed to fade out as suddenly as it had appeared.

I like some of the Boogie that was written and performed. My father was superb on chromatic harmonica and played the blues wonderfully and a few old boogie tunes. His brother, Albert, played piano and would let loose with a boogie tune on occasion.

Here's a fun number:
It's solid, potato salad....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1J3NLNWAPU
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

well, if we are going to dance, it's gotta be flamenco my daughter loves Paco de Lucia, too, she was quite disappointed when after a lot of begging I finally took my guitar off the top of the wardrobe, lol.

Paco de Lucia: Entre dos aguas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9aHdr7EvUw
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

Nirvana- Serve the servants
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVtHRL5uCZI

Pearl Jam- Black
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3r9KWth84Y


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...and spiritual music.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lHaNvvgKV4


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I lived in Long Beach and Seal Beach in the early 60's. Then Southern Cal was mecca for so many teens.
Cool...my Mom grew up in Redondo Beach (1950s) and Garden Grove (1960s), while my Dad lived in Orange in the 1970s, and they both met in Indio near Palm Springs in the late 70s. So CA is part of my life and family history. I'm familiar with KFI, KNX and the bygone KHJ from the L.A. area sometimes comes clear at night, but I'm missing awesome L.A FM radio where I live.

Kanye West may be a jerk, but he co-starred with Estelle on American Boy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ic5vxw3eijY

1940s-ish, disco rhythms and soundtrack, never goes out of style as it's timeless.
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

It wasn't but two three days ago that I thought about this double vinyl from Columbia Records. I was doing a little research on Bob Dylan for the reason I learned that his first recording {according to wiki} was playing harmonica on a cut from Harry Belefonte's Calypso album in '61 or 62. I learned that there were many different cuts of what I thought were one cut and onecut only songs by Bob.
My room mate in college, my freshman year, '71-2 had joined the "Columbia Record Club" and their tape club as well. He got a table model 8 track tape player for a bonus and one of the tapes He got was this double vinyl on 8 track.. I learned that Columbia messed up on a few releases by issuing cuts that had been rejected by Dylan ..even though a great many would be released years later in the Bootleg series.
The cut of Tom Thumb Blues, is not the same as was released on Highway 61....and DANM...!.... just having to check my source I find that this entire album was uploaded onto youtube just 4 days ago..
and I can finally listen to the cut that I was in search of but not a single cut was to be found on youtube...they apparently uploaded the same day, Jan. 29
Sweet instant gratification!

From what I gathered for all that research was that there were a number of cuts on the Greatest Hits double album that were never to be found any where else. As that album was my first real exposure to Dylan's work...and it played every day for two semesters... those songs are the way I thought everybody remembered them by.... as I never knew that they were special. I never became such a fan that I purchased anything by Bob, but if I could get that album then or anytime since...I certainly would have purchased that one at least.

It was the soundtrack to my freshman year in college.

A facebook patron that belongs to the same closed group for a long ago fm radio station here in Northern Calif. {KZAP 98.5 Sacramento} posted a link to an article about this album this morning.... Collectors are apparently now paying between $500 to $600 for a used copy of Columbia Records album "Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits" ....sheeeeesh

Here's the cut I have been missing the most... suffering from withdrawals practically.
Sweeeet instant gratification of youtube... yes!


"Watching the River Flow" ~ Bob Dylan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhgZibLRQ0E

...and...

"My Back Pages"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOXONBoP0So

...and....OOOOOOOoooOOOOH....!!!.... one of the real gems....

"I Shall Be Released"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFDKV8PZdXk


"Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPzP4KjyFts
"Sweet Melinda, the peasants call her "The Goddess of Doom. She speaks good English and invites you up to her room, and you're so kind and careful, not to go to her too soon... and she takes your voice and leaves you howling at the Moon."

"Like a Rolling Stone"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSJWPw9EFxI

"Mr. Tambourine Man"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH4SF7FrNzc

iN FACT EVERY CUT FROM THIS ALBUM IS WORTHY...SEARCH THEM OUT ...THEY ARE EASY TO IDENTIFY... AND ALTOGETHER MAKES ONE SUPERB SONG LIST.
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Fly By Night by Rush.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17t4bSaMvl4

Full moon shines bright outside and high in the winter night sky (in Leo).
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

it's funny you mention "Stayin' alive" right now. I heard it yesterday in an interesting context
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILxjxfB4zNk
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

I found another one by my pop and uncle that was posted on youtube this past year.
The post claims the record release to be 1964 but I believe the release date is older than that. The band broke up that year. I know that it was written at least three or four years prior to that. I've heard this tune what seems like a thousand times.
Personally, I never thought it to be all that great, but some folks apparently did. Of the seven or eight 45's they had published this one stands out among collectors for some reason. Collectors were paying about $60 for a clean copy back in '92.
According to my friend and movie and record chronicler, historian, critic, author, television journalist, radio host [dj] and musician himself, [and a real Prince among men] Mick Martin, the song had to have been a hit somewhere in the country but the fact was kept a secret from my pop and uncle. Back in those days the radio market was regional and one region was completely separate and usually unaware of what the other regions were playing ...the producers and promoters liked it that way as they could then cheat the bands out of royalties.


"Model 'A' Heap" - Beverly Hill Painters
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbuYlLxE3H4
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It wasn't but two three days ago that I thought about this double vinyl from Columbia Records. I was doing a little research on Bob Dylan for the reason I learned that his first recording {according to wiki} was playing harmonica on a cut from Harry Belefonte's Calypso album in '61 or 62. I learned that there were many different cuts of what I thought were one cut and onecut only songs by Bob.
My room mate in college, my freshman year, '71-2 had joined the "Columbia Record Club" and their tape club as well. He got a table model 8 track tape player for a bonus and one of the tapes He got was this double vinyl on 8 track.. I learned that Columbia messed up on a few releases by issuing cuts that had been rejected by Dylan ..even though a great many would be released years later in the Bootleg series.
The cut of Tom Thumb Blues, is not the same as was released on Highway 61....and DANM...!.... just having to check my source I find that this entire album was uploaded onto youtube just 4 days ago..
and I can finally listen to the cut that I was in search of but not a single cut was to be found on youtube...they apparently uploaded the same day, Jan. 29
Sweet instant gratification!

From what I gathered for all that research was that there were a number of cuts on the Greatest Hits double album that were never to be found any where else. As that album was my first real exposure to Dylan's work...and it played every day for two semesters... those songs are the way I thought everybody remembered them by.... as I never knew that they were special. I never became such a fan that I purchased anything by Bob, but if I could get that album then or anytime since...I certainly would have purchased that one at least.

It was the soundtrack to my freshman year in college.

A facebook patron that belongs to the same closed group for a long ago fm radio station here in Northern Calif. {KZAP 98.5 Sacramento} posted a link to an article about this album this morning.... Collectors are apparently now paying between $500 to $600 for a used copy of Columbia Records album "Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits" ....sheeeeesh

Here's the cut I have been missing the most... suffering from withdrawals practically.
Sweeeet instant gratification of youtube... yes!


"Watching the River Flow" ~ Bob Dylan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhgZibLRQ0E

...and...

"My Back Pages"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOXONBoP0So

...and....OOOOOOOoooOOOOH....!!!.... one of the real gems....

"I Shall Be Released"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFDKV8PZdXk


"Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPzP4KjyFts
"Sweet Melinda, the peasants call her "The Goddess of Doom. She speaks good English and invites you up to her room, and you're so kind and careful, not to go to her too soon... and she takes your voice and leaves you howling at the Moon."

"Like a Rolling Stone"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSJWPw9EFxI

"Mr. Tambourine Man"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH4SF7FrNzc

iN FACT EVERY CUT FROM THIS ALBUM IS WORTHY...SEARCH THEM OUT ...THEY ARE EASY TO IDENTIFY... AND ALTOGETHER MAKES ONE SUPERB SONG LIST.
Turns out that I was wrong about those cuts being from the same album as that which my room mate in college had. The album my room mate had was
Bob Dylan / Greatest Hits Volume II / 1971 / Columbia PG-31120 / Red Labels 2 LP, as this album is all electrified instruments while the one I posted above is acoustic and electric.
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

Today Pluto square Pluto perfected itself in my chart..

To combat the waves of emotion I've been feeling of late, and nightmares.. Music has been necessary at every turn..

today I'm listening to:

Irfan..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOm7tWr7Ixg


and my "go-to" feel good songs.. by the enigmas of music.

lykke li
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS6wfWu0JvA

lykke li
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TTPGAy5H_E

kate bush
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mgwz1JBon2E
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I heard about the timing of CPR to "Stayin' Alive" some years back.
I just saw that being done in a movie or in a tv show sometime during this past week.

I wish I could find the cut of a country western version of Staying Alive that was getting a tiny bit of air play in the late 1970's... I thought it to be superior to the Bee Gees cut.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyiSg_iNLSI

"your hands they move like waves over me, beneath the moon tonight"

~ good stuff~
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

Reading the forum tonight listening to one of my favorite bands..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5193O-MlTU0
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwiEAP-9PPg


Helps me relax...
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The most important thing in the world to me,

Freedom!

George Michael is a hell of a performer.
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Feeling down? I'm not, instead I'm Happy

Have some brain beats- Past life Regression

Symphony of SCIENCE!

I love Quantum theory~
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The Beatles-While My Guitar Gently Weeps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3RYvO2X0Oo

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Gotta have Faith.

Brain music. It helps me focus on writing or when my mind goes haywire with thoughts on...everything.
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imagine...how long will there be humanity? This may answer our question. In the year 2525 - Zager and Evans...from 1969 AD.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yesyhQkYrQM

Btw, my registered post count went up to...444 (missing another 4)...made at 12AM (midnight) PST (2/19/2015). History goes marching on.
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