JimG

What music are you listening to these days...

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I'm all over the place myself.  I enjoy blues, bluegrass, xlassic soul, rock, reggae... pretty much anything.

And any music with a horn section.  

 

Lately for me..

Marcus King band

JJ grey and mofro

Been on a garcia and Grisman kick

Toots and the mayals 

And have been revisiting Faces ohh lala - that was a cool band.

And recently discovered for myself St. Paul and the broken bones.   

 

My daughter is always amazed that I listen to a wider variety of music then her.  Well duh... she's 20.

I have 52 years of listening.

 

Whatcha got?

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1 hour ago, JimG said:

 

Been on a garcia and Grisman kick

 

The Pizza Tapes? Perfect for this forum. ;)

 

Seriously, Garcia and Grisman have a permanent spot in the CD rotation in my car.

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1 hour ago, JimG said:

I'm all over the place myself.  I enjoy blues, bluegrass, xlassic soul, rock, reggae... pretty much anything.

And any music with a horn section.  

 

Lately for me..

Marcus King band

JJ grey and mofro

Been on a garcia and Grisman kick

Toots and the mayals 

And have been revisiting Faces ohh lala - that was a cool band.

And recently discovered for myself St. Paul and the broken bones.   

 

My daughter is always amazed that I listen to a wider variety of music then her.  Well duh... she's 20.

I have 52 years of listening.

 

Whatcha got?

Marcus king!!!!!  And St. Paul and the broken bones!! So much yes. 
 

I’ll post some reggae jams in this thread eventually

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Just for the last week or so :), seriously I'm on the Garcia Grisman train as well,  David Allan Coe, Wilco, King George...

 

Wrong version of video - can't delete.

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Judas Priest

Some Metallica

More Judas Priest

Some Epic Orchestra type stuff

And even more Judas Priest

 

Here's a good (imo) Epic Orchestra piece:

 

 

 

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Revisiting Buffalo Springfield lately. So underrated.

Pat Metheney, with Jaco bass

The Band

Chet Akins

Glenn Campbell early guitar work

Jorma  & Jack, since someone here had mentioned My Fathers Place in another thread. What a great place it was for music back then.

 

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6 hours ago, phishallways said:

Revisiting Buffalo Springfield lately. So underrated.

Pat Metheney, with Jaco bass

The Band

Chet Akins

Glenn Campbell early guitar work

Norma & Jack, since someone here had mentioned My Fathers Place in another thread. What a great place it was for music back then.

 

See this is why I posted.  Buffalo Springfield had some great songs.  I haven't listened to them in a while 

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70's Dead shows

Toots and the Maytals

Peter Tosh

Waylon & Willie

John Lee Hooker

Jethro Tull

 

Pandora Stations;

Blind Faith

Neil Young

Bowie

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