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I am very uncomfortable with downloading and streaming having replaced hard media like LPs and CDs.

Fortunately, it doesn't matter.

Sinatra is dead.  Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie are dead.  Miles Davis and John Coltrane are dead.  Luciano Pavarotti is dead.  Aretha, Otis, and Wilson are all dead.

Dr. John and BB King are dead.

I have every record I'd ever want anyway.  

And I hardly play any of them anymore.  I should, though. 

 

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On 4/11/2020 at 3:59 PM, RetiredBoomer said:

I am very uncomfortable with downloading and streaming having replaced hard media like LPs and CDs.

Fortunately, it doesn't matter.

Sinatra is dead.  Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie are dead.  Miles Davis and John Coltrane are dead.  Luciano Pavarotti is dead.  Aretha, Otis, and Wilson are all dead.

Dr. John and BB King are dead.

I have every record I'd ever want anyway.  

And I hardly play any of them anymore.  I should, though. 

 

 

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There are plenty of musicians and bands today that are advancing music in the ways those you mention did in their time. All you have to do is be willing to seek them out and be open-minded enough to give them a chance.

I am very uncomfortable with downloading and streaming having replaced hard media like LPs and CDs.
Fortunately, it doesn't matter.
Sinatra is dead.  Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie are dead.  Miles Davis and John Coltrane are dead.  Luciano Pavarotti is dead.  Aretha, Otis, and Wilson are all dead.
Dr. John and BB King are dead.
I have every record I'd ever want anyway.  
And I hardly play any of them anymore.  I should, though. 
 


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19 hours ago, FrogginBullfish said:

There are plenty of musicians and bands today that are advancing music in the ways those you mention did in their time. All you have to do is be willing to seek them out and be open-minded enough to give them a chance.

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I'm sure that you're right. I'm just not really exposed to it.

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Starting the Jocko podcast from episode one

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One of my all time favorite bands.... America's original hard rock band... love them or hate them.

I was 10 years old when I bought this album with my hard earned allowance money. The boys form Flint Michigan.... Mark, Don and Mel......................

 

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One of my all time favorite bands.... America's original hard rock band... love them or hate them.
I was 10 years old when I bought this album with my hard earned allowance money. The boys form Flint Michigan.... Mark, Don and Mel......................
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A little (maybe a lot) White Lightning on the rocks watching the ducks.
Oh ya listening to Allman Bros


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31 minutes ago, Rickp said:

A little (maybe a lot) White Lightning on the rocks watching the ducks.
Oh ya listening to Allman Brosemoji16.png


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I finally took the time to watch this documentary of Rockpile from about 1979.  I'm always fascinated about how actual records are put together, even simple rock and roll stuff like this.  One of the best bits comes late, around the 41:00 mark,  when Alvin Lee lays down his guitar track for a nearly complete song.  Dave Edmunds is a pretty good guitar player himself, watch the look of awe on his face as he watches.

 

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I'm considered an essential worker in a work space that usually has 2500+ daily and now we're down to 300 so music is a must.  Right now it's the Dave Matthews Band channel on my Sirius XM app.  Dave rocks but so does the Sirius app, anything and everything is available. 

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15 hours ago, FrogginBullfish said:

Devin Townsend Project - Grace (Live)
 

 


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Thanks for posting that. I don't know how I haven't heard of them. I will definitely be checking out more stuff!

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13 hours ago, silver & black said:

Thanks for posting that. I don't know how I haven't heard of them. I will definitely be checking out more stuff!

Dev's an interesting character. If you've ever listened to Steve Vai's album, Sex & Religion, Devin sang on that. He went off on his own after that and started doing some solo stuff and had a band called Strapping Young Lad before starting The Devin Townsend Band and then The Devin Townsend Project which he dissolved a couple years ago. Some things I'd recommend checking out are Ocean Machine, Empath, Terria, Epicloud, Transcendence and if you're into the more conceptual, yet decidedly goofy side of things, Ziltoid the Omniscient. He's also in a country type thing called Casualties of Cool. He's had a long career with a rather prodigious output that covers a fairly broad range of the musical spectrum so there's bound to be something there for everyone. 

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Rush R30. With headphones. My wife can not stand Rush.

Why don’t women like this band?

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