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A PLACE TO SHARE YOUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEO'S ...

WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO?   AN OLD OLD SONG BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND OR SOMETHING NEW YOU JUST HEARD...  YOUR IPOD CATALOG OF FAVORITES OR YOUR FAVORITE CD BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND..   WHATEVER IT IS,  STOP BY AND SHARE IT HERE, WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR IT : )

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Elvis Presley’s “Heartbreak Hotel,” Carl Perkins’ “Blue Suede Shoes” and Little Richard’s “Long Tall Sally” appear simultaneously on the pop and R&B charts. Presley and Perkins also occupy the #1 and #2 positions, respectively on the Country & Western charts. on this date in 1956



 





















































"Blue Suede Shoes"


Single by Carl Perkins

B-side

Honey Don't

Released

January 1, 1956

Format

7" single, 78 RPM

Recorded

December 19, 1955

Genre

Rockabilly

Length

2:14

Label

Sun Records, Sun 234

Writer(s)

Carl Perkins

Producer

Sam Phillips


 

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The Stones released Brown Sugar in the US on this date in 1971.........



 



 


















"Brown Sugar"


Single by The Rolling Stones

from the album Sticky Fingers


 

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Fathers and Sons


Studio album / Live album by Muddy Waters


In Memory



Blues legend Muddy Waters died on this date in 1983

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   I was reminded of this great soundtrack this morning..  If you have never played it give it a try .  A great reggae song  Savior  by Winston Grennan is not included unfortunately.



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1. I Do What I Do (Theme For 9 1/2 Weeks) - John Taylor

2. The Best Is Yet To Come - Luba

3. Slave To Love - Bryan Ferry

4. Black On Black - Dalbello

5. Eurasian Eyes - Corey Hart

6. You Can Leave Your Hat On - Joe Cocker

7. Bread And Butter - Devo

8. This City Never Sleeps - Eurythmics

9. Cannes - Stewart Copeland

10. Let It Go - Luba



 

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Hi...music..gotta have it..i ride the bus 6 days a week and have a ipod...i JAM out to AC/DC...OZZY..and old Cinderella..its gets me to work and home...anybody else.??



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I ride the bus too and the iPod is a great way to do it!  Like all the classic rockers and lots of others too! thanks for the post!

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Thinking oh the Doobie Brothers made me think of Gary Moore. Not sure why but I miss his music. Here is one of my favs Still got the Blues.  Rip Gary. Hope you are with Phil in that band in the sky!



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Hi...music..gotta have it..i ride the bus 6 days a week and have a ipod...i JAM out to AC/DC...OZZY..and old Cinderella..its gets me to work and home...anybody else.??

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I'm listening and watching a DVD :  "The Doobie Brothers Live at Wolf Trap".  It was filmed in 2004  just after the Doobies reunited.  Most of the original members are present, especially the front men : Tom Johnston,  Pat Simmons,  and John McFee.



The quality of their harmonies is unbelievable, you swear it's 1975 again.  Much as I like the Beach Boys,  The Eagles, Three Dog Night, or Crosby Stills & Nash , NO group can harmonize like the Doobies. ! To listen to the opening of "Another Park Another Sunday" just gives the goosebumps.



Anyone heard this disc ?  If so how did you like it 



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I cannot recall it but then I have listened to thousands over the years. Lol.  Thanks for sharing.



 

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I'm listening and watching a DVD :  "The Doobie Brothers Live at Wolf Trap".  It was filmed in 2004  just after the Doobies reunited.  Most of the original members are present, especially the front men : Tom Johnston,  Pat Simmons,  and John McFee.



The quality of their harmonies is unbelievable, you swear it's 1975 again.  Much as I like the Beach Boys,  The Eagles, Three Dog Night, or Crosby Stills & Nash , NO group can harmonize like the Doobies. ! To listen to the opening of "Another Park Another Sunday" just gives the goosebumps.



Anyone heard this disc ?  If so how did you like it ?



 



 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO HEART  INDUCTED INTO THE ROCK N ROLL HALL OF FAME!!



 



 















Dreamboat Annie


Studio album by Heart


 

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Listen to some tracks from Joe Bonamassa Acoustic and Live from the Vienna Opera House......



Talk about sweet!!!!!!





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Hey !  Thanks for the tip, medic.... and you also, nyadrn  !!

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Listen to some tracks from Joe Bonamassa Acoustic and Live from the Vienna Opera House......



Talk about sweet!!!!!!

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Right now I am listening and watching a blu ray of Joe Bonamassa Live from the Beacon Theatre.  Man o man, this kid is GOOD !  He has the soulfulness of the late great Gary Moore, the bluesiness of Clapton, The blinding speed of Malmstein, and the slide skill of Ry Cooder !  I highly recommend this kid ....



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I love Joe Bonamassa... my favorite album of his is Sloe Gin




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No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

 

1.

"Ball Peen Hammer" (Chris Whitley cover)

Chris Whitley

3:27

2.

"One of These Days" (Ten Years After cover)

Alvin Lee, Joe Bonamassa

5:40

3.

"Seagull" (Bad Company cover)

Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs

3:49

4.

"Dirt in My Pocket"  

Bonamassa, James Huff

4:54

5.

"Sloe Gin" (Tim Curry cover)

Bob Ezrin, Michael Kamen

8:13

6.

"Another Kind of Love" (John Mayall cover)

John Mayall

3:10

7.

"Around the Bend"  

Bonamassa, Will Jennings

5:15

8.

"Black Night" (Charles Brown cover)

Charles Brown

4:22

9.

"Jelly Roll" (John Martyn cover)

John Martyn

2:12

10.

"Richmond"  

Bonamassa, Mike Himelstein

4:31

11.

"India"  

Bonamassa, Rick Melick

3:19




 


 

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Right now I am listening and watching a blu ray of Joe Bonamassa Live from the Beacon Theatre.  Man o man, this kid is GOOD !  He has the soulfulness of the late great Gary Moore, the bluesiness of Clapton, The blinding speed of Malmstein, and the slide skill of Ry Cooder !  I highly recommend this kid ....

































Old Sock


Studio album by Clapton">Eric Clapton

Released

12 March 2013

Label

Surfdog/Duck

Producer

Eric Clapton, Bramhall II">Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley, Climie">Simon Climie

Clapton">Eric Clapton chronology










Clapton (2010 album)">Clapton

(2010)

Old Sock

(2013)

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Old Sock is the 20th studio album by English rock guitarist and singer Clapton">Eric Clapton. It features two new compositions ("Gotta Get Over" and "Every Little Thing"), and covers of some of his favourite songs from childhood to the current day. It also features several guests including Winwood">Steve Winwood, JJ Cale">JJ Cale and Paul McCartney.



Clapton explained in an interview with the BBC that he came up with the album title after a conversation with David Bowie. The album cover is a self-portrait Clapton took with his iPhone while on holiday in Antigua.



Track listing




  1. "Taj Mahal album)">Further on Down the Road" (Featuring Taj Mahal (musician)">Taj Mahal) (Taj Mahal, Jesse E. Davis)


  2. "Angel" (Featuring J.J._Cale" rel="nofollow" title="J.J. Cale">J.J. Cale) (J.J. Cale)


  3. "The Folks Who Live On the Hill" (Hammerstein II">Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)


  4. "Gotta Get Over" (Featuring Chaka Khan">Chaka Khan) (Bramhall II">Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley, Nikka Costa">Nikka Costa)


  5. "Till Your Well Runs Dry" (Tosh">Peter Tosh)


  6. "All of Me" (Featuring Paul McCartney) (Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons)


  7. "Born to Lose" (Daffan">Ted Daffan)


  8. "Still Got the Blues" (Featuring Winwood">Steve Winwood) (Gary Moore)


  9. "Goodnight Irene" (Huddie Ledbetter">Huddie Ledbetter, Lomax">John A. Lomax, Sr.)


  10. "Your One and Only Man" (Otis Redding)


  11. "Every Little Thing" (Bramhall II, Stanley, Costa)


  12. "Our Love Is Here to Stay" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)


  13. "No Sympathy" (Bonus Track) (Tosh)



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Old Sock


Studio album by Eric Clapton

Released

12 March 2013

Label

Surfdog/Duck

Producer

Eric Clapton, Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley, Simon Climie

Eric Clapton chronology










Clapton

(2010)

Old Sock

(2013)

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Old Sock is the 20th studio album by English rock guitarist and singer Eric Clapton. It features two new compositions ("Gotta Get Over" and "Every Little Thing"), and covers of some of his favourite songs from childhood to the current day. It also features several guests including Steve Winwood, JJ Cale and Paul McCartney.



Clapton explained in an interview with the BBC that he came up with the album title after a conversation with David Bowie. The album cover is a self-portrait Clapton took with his iPhone while on holiday in Antigua.



Track listing




  1. "Further on Down the Road" (Featuring Taj Mahal) (Taj Mahal, Jesse E. Davis)


  2. "Angel" (Featuring J.J. Cale) (J.J. Cale)


  3. "The Folks Who Live On the Hill" (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)


  4. "Gotta Get Over" (Featuring Chaka Khan) (Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley, Nikka Costa)


  5. "Till Your Well Runs Dry" (Peter Tosh)


  6. "All of Me" (Featuring Paul McCartney) (Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons)


  7. "Born to Lose" (Ted Daffan)


  8. "Still Got the Blues" (Featuring Steve Winwood) (Gary Moore)


  9. "Goodnight Irene" (Huddie Ledbetter, John A. Lomax, Sr.)


  10. "Your One and Only Man" (Otis Redding)


  11. "Every Little Thing" (Bramhall II, Stanley, Costa)


  12. "Our Love Is Here to Stay" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)


  13. "No Sympathy" (Bonus Track) (Tosh)



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Blizzard of Ozz is the debut solo studio album by British heavy metal vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, recorded in Surrey, UK and released on 20 September 1980 in the UK and on 27 March 1981 in the US. The album was Osbourne's first release following his departure from Black Sabbath and marks his second effort to begin a solo career (his first being in 1978 with members of Necromandus using the name 'Blizzard of Ozz').

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 HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILLY JOE ROYAL     This is a great album; love the song  I Knew You When!

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Slippin Into Darkness (Live) Parts 1 and 2 - War



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Thanks for the Post!   Always happy to hear what great music others are listening to!!

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This is a great album...



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The Cry of Love


Studio album by Jimi Hendrix


The Cry of Love is a posthumous fourth studio album by American musician Jimi Hendrix, released in February 1971. It was the first Hendrix album released after his death and was engineered, mixed and compiled by Eddie Kramer and Mitch Mitchell. The album cover illustration was by Nancy Reiner.

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One of the great Indie Bands of the 90's. The Deal Sisters had it seriously going on with the Last Splash Album!



 






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i agree!  Thanks for the post.



I am adding a link to the youtube so you can listen to Sarah Simmons  from The Voice season four sing her version of 'ONE OF US'  it is great  !!



http://youtu.be/Ns1YPjlkZeg



 



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One of the great Indie Bands of the 90's. The Deal Sisters had it seriously going on with the Last Splash Album!


 




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Studio album by Sly and the Family Stone

Happy Birthday Sly Stone!

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Studio album by Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen's "Wrecking Ball" makes its debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart on today's date. With first week sales of 196,000 units, the album beats out Adele’s “21”. Springsteen is tied with Elvis Presley for the 3rd most #1 albums at 10. The Beatles hold the record with 19. 2012

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Morph the Cat

Released on this date 2006

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Thank you for the post   I always enjoy hearing new artists that I am not familiar with!!

I am listening to

Rocket 88 1951-60 R&B and Rock & Roll Sides

Ike Turner cuts "Rocket 88," a song many consider the first Rock n’ Roll record. Three months later it tops the R&B chart. 1951

 

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Great new artist Jason Mraz. I especially like his song "I won't give up." Very uplifting -- in fact most of the songs I have heard are positive!
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Oh Very Young - Cat Stevens (from Budha and the Chocolate Box - 1974)

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