movieman1957

What Are You Listening To?

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Lately, due to both their deaths, I spent most of the last year listening to my JOHNNY WINTER collection, and now working on all my B.B.KING. 

 

Shamed to say, it isn't as much as it should be, can't explain why.

 

Sometimes, I get on"jags" and spend lots of time listening to recordings of some specific group or artist for weeks on end!

 

At the time of Winter's death, I was in the middle of a SPIRIT and JO JO GUNNE "jag".  THOSE two mainly because JAY FERGUSON was in both bands.  So there was sort of a "connection".

 

Before that, it was HENDRIX. 

 

 

Sepiatone

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4 HOURS Classical Music - Relaxing Bach Music for Studying Concentration and Sleep

 


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Happens every time I drink Guinness; got to have my sweet ladies sing Irish ballads to me.

 

Nanci Griffith & The Chieftains - Red Is The Rose

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvS8KkzKTjQ

 

Loreena Mckennitt - As I Roved Out

 

 

Judy Collins - Wild Mountain Thyme

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdockGIFkck]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdockGIFkck

 

Best wishes

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I do most of my music listening in the car of late, and if I don't have the radio tuned to the "Classical days/Jazzy nights" station, I'm playing a CD.

 

Right now, I'm giving a compilation of some '90's rock a listen( these are tunes off of CDs that were the ones I had that actually only had one or two or so songs that I actually liked on them.  Put them all on one CD and gave the discs to a thrift store.

 

But I change discs in the car every couple of days or so.  The disc before THIS one was a compilation of some '70's JAZZ-ROCK.  ( Mahavishnu, Weather report, Jan Hammer, Herbie Hancock , Stanley Clarke)

 

 

Sepiatone

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Came across this just today and it's kind of funny...Never really thought about it, but now that they've pointed it out, I can't unhear it!

 

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Just found this song the other day (Beautiful by Jim Brickman featuring Wayne Brady - dedicated to Cinderella (1950)? I guess) it is a beautiful song! 

 

Song starts at 0:17

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