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Review: What's everyone listening to?

GUEST,stumd3 05 Feb 04 - 05:02 PM
Liz the Squeak 05 Feb 04 - 05:26 PM
Clinton Hammond 05 Feb 04 - 05:30 PM
Bill D 05 Feb 04 - 05:34 PM
GUEST,Martin Gibson 05 Feb 04 - 05:35 PM
Ed. 05 Feb 04 - 05:36 PM
Clinton Hammond 05 Feb 04 - 05:48 PM
Ed. 05 Feb 04 - 05:51 PM
Walking Eagle 05 Feb 04 - 05:55 PM
GUEST,BIG ANDY 05 Feb 04 - 06:09 PM
Clinton Hammond 05 Feb 04 - 06:17 PM
Ed. 05 Feb 04 - 06:31 PM
Amos 05 Feb 04 - 06:40 PM
Ed. 05 Feb 04 - 07:04 PM
Shanghaiceltic 05 Feb 04 - 07:10 PM
Stewie 05 Feb 04 - 07:47 PM
Clinton Hammond 05 Feb 04 - 08:15 PM
Bill D 05 Feb 04 - 08:54 PM
Alex.S 05 Feb 04 - 11:47 PM
GUEST 06 Feb 04 - 12:59 AM
fat B****rd 06 Feb 04 - 03:20 AM
Roger the Skiffler 06 Feb 04 - 06:11 AM
GUEST,stumd3 06 Feb 04 - 08:34 AM
The Unicorn Man 06 Feb 04 - 08:39 AM
jacqui.c 06 Feb 04 - 09:10 AM
Bill D 06 Feb 04 - 09:19 AM
Gern 06 Feb 04 - 09:20 AM
Amos 06 Feb 04 - 09:26 AM
JoyceJeanne 06 Feb 04 - 09:47 AM
Crazy_Ludwig 06 Feb 04 - 10:54 AM
JedMarum 06 Feb 04 - 10:56 AM
radriano 06 Feb 04 - 11:09 AM
aibreán 06 Feb 04 - 11:17 AM
mooman 06 Feb 04 - 11:32 AM
GUEST,Jim Knowledge 06 Feb 04 - 11:56 AM
The Villan 06 Feb 04 - 04:05 PM
GUEST,Martin Gibson 06 Feb 04 - 05:24 PM
jaze 06 Feb 04 - 10:15 PM
Benjamin 06 Feb 04 - 11:47 PM
GUEST,sorefingers 07 Feb 04 - 12:08 AM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 07 Feb 04 - 12:13 AM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 07 Feb 04 - 12:24 AM
GUEST,Sing.out/Penny 07 Feb 04 - 04:15 PM
John Robinson (aka Cittern) 07 Feb 04 - 05:24 PM
GUEST,Blind Boy Grunt 07 Feb 04 - 06:09 PM
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Jerry Rasmussen 07 Feb 04 - 09:25 PM
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Subject: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: GUEST,stumd3
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:02 PM

Anyone enjoying any good music these days?

Here's a little list of mine to get the old ball a-rollin':

Yazoo Mountain Music Box Set
Blind Lemon Jefferson - Classic Sides
Emmylou Harris - "Cimmaron"
Woody Guthrie - "Struggle"
Neil Young - "Lucky Thirteen"
Brendan Nolan - "Southern Sunset"
Charlie Patton - Box Set
John Hammond - 1st album


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:26 PM

Guide Cats for the Blind - should also be titled 'Needlework for the Legless' because it's had me in stitches for days!

LTS


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:30 PM

I listen to all kinds of good music... I have 3000 or so mp3's on my PC set to random play... and I add more whenever I find stuff that moves me...

In particualy of late...

Dave Alvin
Early "Pogues"
Ian Anderson "Rupies Dance"
"Cocktails In the Cantina" by By The Evil Genius Orchestra
"Loser" by Beck
A bunch of Tenacious D
Djali Zwans cover of "Number Of The Beast" from the Spun soundtrack
just to name a few...

:-)


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Bill D
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:34 PM

some Carter Family MP3s and some French sea chanties, as well as Jean Redpath CDs and TONS of C&W stuff from 'Rose, the Record Lady' in RA format (played on JetAudio, not RealAudio!!!)


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: GUEST,Martin Gibson
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:35 PM

Lyle Lovett
Marty Stuart
The Louvin Bros. tribute album
Del McCoury

Anything with a lot of twang.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Ed.
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:36 PM

Can someone please tell me the purpose of this thread, or others like it?

Anyone enjoying any good music these days? No I'm only listening to stuff I hate...

Sure, start a thread on a singer/band you like (hopefully with a few mp3 samples so we can decide if we agree)

But endless lists of 'I like ...?'

Sorry, but I really can't see the point.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:48 PM

Then don't post to it Ed....


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Ed.
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:51 PM

I should have said a few 'audio samples' rather than 'mp3 samples'

Seriously though, if there's some music that you love and would like others to love it too, please try and point to a site where I can hear it.

Simply telling me that 'A bunch of Tenacious D' or 'Del McCoury' are great tells me nothing.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Walking Eagle
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 05:55 PM

I look at lists like these and sometimes I see something I have that I haven't played in awhile. It kind of jogs my inititive this time of year.

Right now, I'm listenting to humor--Bob Newhart's Button Down album.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: GUEST,BIG ANDY
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 06:09 PM

levellers to metallica
the Watersons to Linnken park
Slayer to the kipper family
The stocking tops to The mission
bits of all sorts


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 06:17 PM

"please try and point to a site where I can hear it"

Well for starters try google... look for Kazaa... download that, and you'll find all kinds of music on it...


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Ed.
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 06:31 PM

Clinton,

In the Rick Fielding's 'Virtual' CD Release thread, you were complaining that no-one had given you a link.(One that was simple to find using Google)

In this thread you're cursing people for not using Google.

Any chance of making up your mind?


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Amos
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 06:40 PM

O am immersing myself in Pavarotti. I love turning it way up in the car, and opening the window next to some punker with over-loud rap music and over-built speakers ruining the environment. It kind of leaves them stunned when he hits those ascending, full-bore glissandos.

A


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Ed.
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 07:04 PM

I'm sorry Amos, but to say that you love turning it way up in the car, and opening the window whilst mentioning over-loud rap music ... ruining the environment makes almost as little sense as Clinton does.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Shanghaiceltic
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 07:10 PM

Poet & The Piper; Liam O Flynn and Seamus Heaney
A'the Bairns O Adam; Hamish Henderson tribute album
Underneath the Stars; Kate Rusby
Made in Cape Breton; The Cottars


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Stewie
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 07:47 PM

Ed, Natalie Merchant's [from 10,000 Maniacs] recent sortie into traditional and contemporary folk is wonderful. You can listen to sound samples of a few of the songs, including two of the best on the album - 'Which Side Are You On' and 'Diver Boy' - HERE. Her voice and the accompaniment, which includes oldtimey musicians from The Horseflies, at times give 'Which Side' an eerie quality, almost like chanting ghosts. Unreservedly recommended to all but extreme purists.

Another album that has caught my attention of late is John Spiers & Jon Boden's 'Bellow'. You can hear some sound samples HERE.

--Stewie.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 08:15 PM

Hey ed...

Try a bran muffin eh...

I asked for a URL to Ricks virtual CD release because I read the thread too fast and didn't notice where the station had been named...

So why don't you pucker up and smootch the brownest wettest part of my ass!


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Bill D
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 08:54 PM

since you ask so politely, Ed....Rose, the Record Lady

that should keep you a year or so...


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Alex.S
Date: 05 Feb 04 - 11:47 PM

Well, I think there's absolutely no problem with this sort of post. I just bought a new Ewan MacColl album (not as good as "Classic Scots Ballads," but still excellent by any standards) andand I've recently discovered Doc Watson.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: GUEST
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 12:59 AM

I came along because I like to discover what others are listening to when I read recommendations or raves about an artist I always check them out. So, for me there is definitely value in threads of this nature.
the icebergs tip: Ween, Lamb, Manu chao,mary lou lord,Ani Difranco,Kim Barlow
                  Some traditional bands I spend a lot time listening to are; Nomos,De dannan(for the tunes NOT the songs),Dervish,Muzikas,Kraja, B.A.R.K, Ottopasuuna,pirnales,Troka,Varttina,Jpp (last 5 are Finnish,2 before swedish). moocow


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: fat B****rd
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 03:20 AM

I daren't tell you. Ed might shout at me.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 06:11 AM

Alan Lomax Prison Songs of the South (thanks, Charlie)
Tom Doughty The Bell
D.W.Ditty Who is....?
Mississippi Fred McDowell & Johnny Woods Mama Says I'm Crazy
Precious Bryant Fool Me Good
Mose Scarlet Precious Seconds
Ken Colyer Skiffle Group & Band Somewhere over the Rainbow
Lutz Eikelmann & Dickie Bishop No Other Baby & July Sesions

RtS
(Everyone says I'm crazy)


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: GUEST,stumd3
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 08:34 AM

Ed, seriously, why even take the energy to post if you have such strong feelings about how useless the topic is? I second the bran muffin and "brown, wet" part wholeheartedly. You gotta be really miserable to even take the time to respond - just pass it by. Just look for the "anyone here a miserable SOB?" post and then ramble on and on . . .


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: The Unicorn Man
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 08:39 AM

I think Dave Auld's new CD is excellent and you can hear it live by coming to Tudor Folk Club in Chesham on Mondays, or at The Bull in Barton le Clay Beds on Mondays, (when he is not at Chesham) or at The Spring Song Special, at The Bull in Barton on Monday June 21st. Floor Spots Welcome. Dave Auld's CD called "Some Auld Favourites" is a nice mix of trad and contemporary songs,with his friends helping out with the choruses. This to me what folk music is all about and you can hear the shire enjoyment of one man and his friends shining through this CD. Very nice and recommended by The Friendly Earth And Fretless Acoustic Club.At The Bull in Barton Le Clay, Beds. To anyone who likes it raw and ready.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: jacqui.c
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 09:10 AM

Kate Rusby - Underneath the Stars - and absolutely wonderful album.
June Tabor
Pet Seager


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Bill D
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 09:19 AM

Pet Seagar? I didn't know they could be domesticated.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Gern
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 09:20 AM

I for one like these threads. Not on the cuttin edge and a little slow on the take, I like to know who everybody is talking about. So my discoveries are not new. Since I'm new to the fiddle, I've been listening to a lot of what I cannot do. I really like Natalie McMaster's 'Fit as a Fiddle,' with a pile of graceful notes and intriguing rhythm changes in her medlies. I've never heard such a driving rhythm section. Also into the Balfa Brothers' classic Cajun recordings and digging out old albums by the Kentucky Colonels featuring Scotty Stoneman's furious and endlessly creative jamming. Michael Doucet and Beausoleil turns up on my carousel daily. Perhaps I would benefit more at this time by listening to some lousy fiddling, but all I have is my own.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Amos
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 09:26 AM

I know an ex-President used to keep a pet seegar. Not tellin' what he did with it though...


A


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: JoyceJeanne
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 09:47 AM

Whaling & Sailing Songs / Paul Clayton
Finnegan's Wake / Schooner Fare
The House Carpenter's Daughter / Natalie Merchant
Fields To the Stones / The Spain Brothers
The Best of Silly Wizard
O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack
Of Wind and Water / Harvey Reid
Older But No Wiser / Clancy Brothers & Robbie O'Connell
We've Come A Long Way / Makem & Clancy
Who Fears To Speak, 1798-1998 / Makem Brothers
Songcatcher soundtrack
Steady As She Goes / Louis Killen, Jeff Warner, Gerret Warner, Fud
   Benson
Bay of Fundy / Gordon Bok
Shine On Brighter / Clancy, Evan & Doherty
Crown of Horn / Martin Carthy
Gaughin / Dick Gaughin
Unearthed / Nic Jones
The Tracks of Sweeney / Sweeney's Men


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: Crazy_Ludwig
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 10:54 AM

Greetings from Atlanta,

I am new to this site. I downloaded the Digital Traditions software and listened to some of the tunes. Excellent!

I am glad to see such eclectic tastes in music among you. I agree that people mentioning what they are listening to encourages me to check out new music. Thanks for starting this thread and to everyone for sharing.

The Beatles "Let It Be...Naked" CD just arrived in my mailbox a few days ago. Really a great mix -- thoroughly enjoying it. First Beatles music I have owned in over 25 years!

I also bought a couple used Sinead O'Connor CDs after I found and listened to an MP3 of "Nothing Compares 2 U". I still think that is the best song of all I have heard from her.

I have been exploring Goth music, just to find out what it is, and found two bands I like -- Per Somnia at http://inconnumedia.com/persomnia/index.html and The Birthday Massacre, a band out of Toronto (not sure I like the name, or the song by the same title, but their other stuff is good). You can find their very interesting, and well done, web site at http://nothingandnowhere.com/ (site takes a while to load, but it is worth the effort to check it out -- few sites are quite like it).

I also listen to a ton of Celtic and traditional music, too, but the above is what I have listened to recently.


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Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
From: JedMarum
Date: 06 Feb 04 - 10:56 AM

As for listening, I have "study purposes" to my music listening habits these days (a part of the job I LOVE) - so what's on my CD player may not really answer the intent of this thread, BUT there are two performers I have really enjoyed listening to lately and I am sure that Mudcat folks will enjoy these guys too.

  • Dave Gunning is very talented young Canadian player/singer with a great big, marvelous and beautiful guitar sound! What a creative player and story teller (mostly in his songs). He's a very unassuming young man, quiet off-stage and low key on - but he has real gift for performance and can deliver his music message to every in ear/heart in sight.

  • Michael Troy is as fine a poet/songwriter as I have ever heard in my life - bar none! I listen to the album from start to finish and put it on only when I can do nothing else but listen to his songs. He is a good singer/player, with a gravelly voice and finger-picked, "bluesy side of bluegrass" flavor to his guitar work. His song/stories roll like magic. In another Mudcat thread, Jeri describes Michael best;

  • "It is a difficult and rare thing to be able to weave a shining tapestry of words into the warp of an original tune that sticks in your head. It's rare to write complicated lyrics that seem effortless and natural. Some poets will never be songwriters and some songwriters will never be poets. Michael Troy is both, and there is power in the songs."

    There are lots of others I enjoy, but these two are stand outs for me.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: radriano
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 11:09 AM

    Lately I've started listening to the voices in my head.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: aibreán
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 11:17 AM

    Hi all,

    For the past month or so I've been obsessed with Linn Records' Complete Songs of Robert Burns.

    I don't have all 12 cds, but the first few are helping introduce me to some excellent Scottish artists (Gordeanna McCulloch, Billy Ross, etc) that I may have had trouble finding otherwise here in Pittsburgh. There's also some great old faves of mine on the discs(Ian Benzie, Janet Russell, Christine Kydd, Jim Malcolm).

    I encourage anyone who isn't familiar with this set, and who loves Scottish music, to pick up a few cds (or all 12, if you can afford it)!

    A.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: mooman
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 11:32 AM

    At the moment

    John Lee Hooker "Face to face"
    Sweeneys's Men The tracks of Sweeney

    Peace

    moo


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: GUEST,Jim Knowledge
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 11:56 AM

    I `ad that Andy Kershaw in my cab the other day. I asked `im what music `e was listening to.`e said world music. I said do you really like it? `e said, Nah, but the field trips are wicked!!
    What am I like?


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: The Villan
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 04:05 PM

    I have just been listening to

    The Old Maid In The Garrett - Steeleye Span

    Jacko Diamonds - Wild Willy Barrett

    The Boar's Head - Maddy Prior and The Carnival Band

    I like

    Martyn Wyndham Reid

    Artie Trazize and Cilla Fisher

    Cyril Tawny

    The above possibly gives you an idea of my Folk Music tastes.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: GUEST,Martin Gibson
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 05:24 PM

    Twang me, Ed!


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: jaze
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 10:15 PM

    Taj Mahal and The Hula Blues-2 great cd's I got for Christmas. Also Emmylou Harris' Stumble Into Grace.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: Benjamin
    Date: 06 Feb 04 - 11:47 PM

    I've been listening to James "Sparky" Rucker quite a bit lately. Other than that, some Prince and some Art Garfunkel. Also, lots of classical music.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: GUEST,sorefingers
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 12:08 AM

    Tejano, Texmex, Jazz.. a lot of RadioNPR. I gave up listening to 'artists' a long time ago, I guess now I listen to styles.

    One thing I have noticed over the last decade, theres millions more choices of canned music on the net, in stores etc., so I think people are now getting back to what used happen before records were invented ie local stuff. Out for a meal or a beer I hear some local band and want to hear them again so I get an MP3 off the internet.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 12:13 AM

    I listening to The Spice Girls, i think they really great, and i wqas really fed up wehn they slpit up , i cried for a week., and i think Posh Spice is the bestest one, shes really great , and my favourite singer in tghe worldd.john


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 12:24 AM

    its called "spicwerld", and its really nice, and best singinfg ever, "the spice girls=brilliiannt".john


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: GUEST,Sing.out/Penny
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 04:15 PM

    Wildwood Flower - June Carter Cash with Johnny, Norman and Nancy Blake, etc.

    I'm convinced--there's not enough time left to listen to all the music that's available out there.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 05:24 PM

    In the studio:

    Julie Ellison (debut CD being mastered) - superb acoustic guitar with glorious voice (but I would say that).

    The Hipshakes (debut CD being recorded) - punk influenced rock and roll of no interest to most here - but you did ask!

    At home:

    Kate Rusby's latest - wonderful for this to make it to the Radio 2 "A" playlist

    The Angel Brothers and Satnam Singh - great roots/dance

    Dick Gaughan - Prentice Piece - superb diversity of material even if I don't rate his electric guitar playing

    Gillian Welch - Soul Journey - didn't rate it on first hearing but I now get it!

    I ought to mention that I think threads like this are great - gives me leads to other stuff I might not hear about otherwise.

    All the best
    John Robinson
    http://www.JulieEllison.co.uk


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: GUEST,Blind Boy Grunt
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 06:09 PM

    Greenhouse Gas Emissions bootlegs. As musicians they stink.


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: hobbitwoman
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 09:17 PM

    I like threads like this. They give me ideas. As usual I'm coming late to the party and running to catch up.

    Right now, I'm listening to Cherish the Ladies. And last night I was listening to Down the Old Plank Road, love it, love it, love it! Can't wait to get Further Down the Old Plank Road to go with it, but that's for next month. If I can control myself that long.

    Annie


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: Jerry Rasmussen
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 09:25 PM

    At this moment, I am listening to New York Mining Disaster 1941 by the BeeGees.

    Jerry


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    Subject: RE: Review: What's everyone listening to?
    From: GUEST,Martin Gibson
    Date: 07 Feb 04 - 09:28 PM

    The Bee Gees? Oy!


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