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post #1513 of 1896

I have Warren Zevon's Excitable Boy running continuously in my head this morning.

post #1514 of 1896
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

I have Warren Zevon's Excitable Boy running continuously in my head this morning.

 

Try not to rape and murder anyone! There's a good chap.

post #1515 of 1896

The whole album:

 

 

Pop music is brainless stuff. Good to have on while I'm writing. It's generally upbeat. And mindless.

 

Plus she's pretty and has a good voice.

post #1516 of 1896
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Try not to rape and murder anyone! There's a good chap.

And he dug up her grave and built a cage with her bones.  Excitable boy they all said.

post #1517 of 1896
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

The whole album:

 

 

Pop music is brainless stuff. Good to have on while I'm writing. It's generally upbeat. And mindless.

 

Plus she's pretty and has a good voice.

Holy Christ, now I gotta go pour boiling water in my ear canals.:yucky: 

 

Here's a little penicillin to clear up any remaining infection!

 

post #1518 of 1896
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Originally Posted by inthehole View Post
 

Huge Corr's fan here - such talented girls - they each play multiple instruments very very well.    Violin player is stunningly gorgeous & such a great musician.      Drummer is just scary hot - the way she bounces on the drum seat & just lays it down - such a cool chick.      My favorite song starts at 33:20 ... Forgiven Not Forgotten (when the drums start at 34:40 gives me chills)

 

Thanks for posting - haven't listened to them in years - brought back memories !!

 

Sorry for the delayed response. Yea, that album just always puts me in a good mood. Plus 1999 was a good year. Ahhh memories. My favorite tracks are probably Only When I Sleep, Toss the Feathers, Dreams (great Fleetwood Mac cover), At Your Side, Queen of Hollywood, and Old Town (This Boy is Cracking Up) (Phil Lynott/Thin Lizzy cover). Radio is pretty good too. 

 

Forgiven Not Forgotten is great. 

 

My favorite is Andrea, but all three are really pretty. 

post #1519 of 1896
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Holy Christ, now I gotta go pour boiling water in my ear canals.:yucky:  

 

Hmmm. Now I have incentive to install the speaker system at Golf Evolution within the next week or so…

post #1520 of 1896
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

Holy Christ, now I gotta go pour boiling water in my ear canals.:yucky:  

 

Hmmm. Now I have incentive to install the speaker system at Golf Evolution within the next week or so…

 

Hey, it worked in Guantanamo Bay... allegedly. :-P

 

Ernest: So, what is this working on again?

Erik: Five footers. After 96 hours of this, you'll never fear one again. 

Ernest: Sweet!!!

 

:banana: 

 

Unrelated, what I'm listening to:

 

post #1521 of 1896
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God I hate the 80's. 

 

 

Don't know why, but their music is addicting. The lead singer looks like Farris's best friend in Bueller's day off. :-D


Fitz and the Tantrums are one of my favorite easier listening groups.  The following song is what got me listening to them.....

 

 

 

Another fav:

 

post #1522 of 1896

I recently downloaded a transcription of "I Loves You Porgy" as performed by Bill Evans. In trying to listen to how it "should" sound as compared to my feeble attempt, I found this on Youtube. Evans was one of a kind:

 

post #1523 of 1896

 

 

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post #1525 of 1896

Driving back home today from a one-day tournament in Brooksville, I stuck Leon Russell into the CD player (sorry, no MP3 player yet). No better road music than Leon.

 

post #1526 of 1896
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Originally Posted by Harmonious View Post
 

I recently downloaded a transcription of "I Loves You Porgy" as performed by Bill Evans. In trying to listen to how it "should" sound as compared to my feeble attempt, I found this on Youtube. Evans was one of a kind:

 

 

My love for Bill Evans is both boundless and forever :-D

 

 

 

Good luck finding a shred of his tone and sound. If you get even a crumb of it, you'll have done good. :beer: Cheers. 

post #1527 of 1896

Love this. Blue Mitchell.

 

post #1528 of 1896

More sound musical advice ...

 

 

post #1529 of 1896

Since I saw the Eagles in concert at the Forum in LA in January, all I have been listening to is the Eagles Greatest Hits. Man they were great in concert....what a show.

post #1530 of 1896

I've always like Linkin Park since their first album and it's good to hear elements of their old sound in their new single. 

 

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