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Discussion in 'Cactus Cafe' started by TheWalkingHorn, Feb 23, 2015.
The Alan Parsons Project
Again with the Cultural Appropriation.
From the 1974 Cal Jam. Greg Lake casually chewing gum while singing one of the most beautiful ELP tunes ever.
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This was the benefit for NYC in 2001
Saw them at the Municipal Aud in 1977, I think. Or maybe 1978
Toots of Toots and the Maytals died yesterday. He pioneered Reggae with Bob Marly. I saw him in VA back in 2008. Great concert in a great venue.
Been listening to great Texas bands Bouffant Jellyfish, El Flace, Soulhat, and Billy Goat.
How bout that?
In 2020, vinyl album sales exceed CDs for the first time since 1980s
"Do you remember the 21st night of September?
Love was changin' the minds of pretenders
While chasin' the clouds away
Our hearts were ringin' in the key that our souls were singin'
As we danced in the night, remember
How the stars stole the night away, oh"
Radiohead is always good.
Mix - Eddie Van Halen - Guitar Solo (Eruption / Spanish Fly / Cathedral) - 8/19/1995 - Toronto (Official)LivePlaylist (0)Mix (50+)
Death Cab for Cutie
Here's some rough and raw lumberjack folk music--Slaid Cleaves* sings "Breakfast in Hell":
*Out of Austin since the early 90s.
And before some wiseguy beats me to the punch, yes, here's a more famous lumberjack song:
This morning I listened to More Than A Feeling and it might be the greatest song ever