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

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2 hours ago, soulpope said:

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A good one. There is a relatively new five cd set issued by Bear's Sonic Journals. 

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Beautiful late 60's folk rock, very akin to the first two Tim Buckley albums (and on the same label).  Noonan's vocal style and compositional style are both hauntingly similar to Buckley's from that period.   Contains four fine early Jackson Browne compositions.  Also contains Noonan's version of the beautiful "Buy For Me The Rain" (he wrote it), much better known as the first semi-hit by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

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The Waco Brothers: Waco Express Live & Kickin' At Schuba's Tavern, Chicago

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Treasurous ....

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Discs 2 & 1 (in that order, for no real reason) of 2.

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Robert Johnson King of the Delta Blues Volume 2 (LP)

 

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10 hours ago, Brad said:

Robert Johnson King of the Delta Blues Volume 2 (LP)

 

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Just reading about the impact of those two 1960s Robert Johnson releases on Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, via Patrick Humphries' uneven but generally entertaining Rolling Stones 69.  Which is why this particular title is spinning right now:

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3 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

Just reading about the impact of those two 1960s Robert Johnson releases on Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, via Patrick Humphries' uneven but generally entertaining Rolling Stones 69.  Which is why this particular title is spinning right now:

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That’s interesting. I wouldn’t have associated the Stones with him.  They’re more Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and some of the other 50s 60s Chess artists. If you told me Mike Bloomfield or Canned Heat was influenced by him, my reaction would be, yes, of course. 

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3 hours ago, ghost of miles said:

Just reading about the impact of those two 1960s Robert Johnson releases on Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, via Patrick Humphries' uneven but generally entertaining Rolling Stones 69.  Which is why this particular title is spinning right now:

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13 hours ago, Brad said:

Robert Johnson King of the Delta Blues Volume 2 (LP)

 

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I think this got more attention than Vol 1 because of when it came out and because of the cover drawing.  And then The Stones covered Love in Vain...... 

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Last week I saw a TV commercial which used a segment of "Shelter From The Storm" as music.  I was so stunned, I did not even remember what the ad was for.  I did a search and found out it was for Zillow.  I guess if you gotta use music in your TV commercial, it may as well be from a Nobel Prize winner.  Mr. Zimmerman is free to do with his work as he likes, but I confess hearing that song, from that album used to peddle whatever -- I felt a little sad, a little disappointed, a little betrayed.  So it seemed appropriate to listen to the album, not that I ever really need a reason for listening to one of my favorite albums.

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10 hours ago, medjuck said:

 

I think this got more attention than Vol 1 because of when it came out and because of the cover drawing.  And then The Stones covered Love in Vain...... 

Picked the LP version up in one of Tommy’s sales. 

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A really GREAT power pop album from 1992

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Thereof CD2 ....

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Johnny Marr: Comet Tripper - Live At The Roundhouse

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Joe Jackson: Two Rainy Nights - Live in Seattle & Portland

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