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What rock music are you listening to? Non-Jazz, Non-Classical.

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Game Theory, The Big Shot Chronicles

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Southern Soul treasure trove ....

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This is a marvelous video -- and a song I really needed to hear right now.

 

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8 hours ago, duaneiac said:

This is a marvelous video -- and a song I really needed to hear right now.

 

❤❤❤ !!!

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A great Southern Soulster who left us early by far ....

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Silversun Pickups ,‎"Swoon"

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Chris Smither: More From The Levee

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Kruder & Dorfmeister - 1995

party like it's...

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This set has a CD & DVD of a Dec. 9, 2001 concert featuring Dan Hicks and a host of past band members.  I'm watching the DVD with the commentary by Mr. Hicks turned on.

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3 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

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I like that album better than their first one!

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On 11/19/2020 at 1:23 AM, BFrank said:

I like that album better than their first one!

It’s a proverbial “underrated” album IMO, very ambitious and largely successful in its attempt (led primarily by John Squire, the band’s guitarist) to take the band’s sound in a heavier blues-rock direction—though “Ten Storey Love Song” and “How Do You Sleep” are definitely in the vein of the first album. I love just about everything they recorded from 1987 through Second Coming. I also got to see them in Manchester in 2016, while staying at board member BillF’s house! (An absolutely delightful visit and host... among other things, Bill gave me and my girlfriend a guided tour of the city center.)

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On 19/11/2020 at 6:23 AM, BFrank said:

I like that album better than their first one!

Not for me, I still remember how disappointed I was on first play of that.  Never got to like it, sold it years ago. The first album is a time-capsule of the UK at that time. Squire's attempts, as mentioned by Ghost of Miles, to move the sound away from its dance influences left it's specificity behind.  With that, it failed to live up against other rock albums and bands at the time.

Having said all that, i need to listen to it again someday

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King Crimson - Three if a perfect pair

On the Warner Brothers vinyl. 
 

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