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

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ‎– Studio Archives 1969

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Son Volt - Union (Thirty Tigers, 2019) - excellent new disc!!!

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6/24/73 Grateful Dead from the PNW box set which includes 3 shows from 1973 & 3 shows from 1974. 

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George Clinton & P-Funk All Stars ‎– Funk Um Agin... For The First Time

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Got inspired by our Pink Floyd discussion to finally watch this.  I've owned it for years, but never got around to it.  Watching it now.

 

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41 minutes ago, felser said:

Got inspired by our Pink Floyd discussion to finally watch this.  I've owned it for years, but never got around to it.  Watching it now.

 

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Great rock movie. Should have been an album too.

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Yesterday evening .... :

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The Smiths - The Smiths (Rough Trade, 1984)

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Grateful Dead ‎– American Beauty (Warner Bros, 1970)

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The Smiths ‎– Hatful Of Hollow (Rough Trade, 1984)

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While doing some long distance driving yesterday:

Flamin' Groovies: Shake Some Action. I've loved this since it first came out, every listen brings back a ton of memories.

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Roman Holliday: Cookin' On The Roof.  Another blast from the past!

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Velvet Crush: Teenage Symphonies to God. I played all the hits during my drive-time.

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The Smiths ‎– Strangeways, Here We Come (Rough Trade, 1987)

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Back in those days, I was eagerly waiting for any new material from The Smiths.

'The Queen Is Dead' (1986) was simply great and 'Strangeways...', if not their best album, reasonably maintained the good level, keeping also the lighter approach while leaving aside the somehow depressive mood of their first recordings. Morrissey was (is) a character!

2 minutes ago, Matthew said:

While doing some long distance driving yesterday:

Flamin' Groovies: Shake Some Action. I've loved this since it first came out, every listen brings back a ton of memories.

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Here's a big fan of the Flamin' Groovies! :tup

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Fillmore West - 3/1/69 Grateful Dead - Set 2

astounding incredibly exciting music

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8 hours ago, Steve Reynolds said:

Fillmore West - 3/1/69 Grateful Dead - Set 2

astounding incredibly exciting music

Steve, definitely you're a diehard Deadhead! :)

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Today, the Wayback Machine takes us to April 10, 1971 . . .

 

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Greta Van Fleet: Anthem of the Peaceful Army. I've been reading that Van Fleet was the new, hot rock band, so I thought "why not?" Good Lord, not one original idea, but every recycled 1970s riff  and cliche you can think of made it on the record... terrible, and scary if this is supposed to be where it's at.

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The Hollies - Hollies '65 (Parlophone)

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Giant Sand: Glum

1994 album on Imago - very good but not a great Giant Sand recording 

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Peru Bravo: Funk, Soul & Psych from Peru's Radical Decade. :tup

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Surfin' Bichos ‎– Fotógrafo Del Cielo (Virus Records, 1991)

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'Oración Del Desierto' is one of the best songs of Spanish independent rock, ever.

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