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  1. dgmitchell

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    Palmer died in Paris on September 30, 2003. He had a sudden heart attack at age 54.
     
  2. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Aquila non capit muscas

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    Rats! Foiled again!

    U2 - "October"
     
  3. Kai-Petri

    Kai-Petri Kenraali

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    Yep, Robert died way too early...miss his music that "could have been".

    Thanx Za for excellent story...great going!

    Early U2! Wow! the energy, the lyrics! Really loved it!

    Today:

    Iggy Pop : Shades, Real wild child
    J Geils Band : Flamethrower, Bite from inside, Tell em Jonesy, concealed weapons
    Rod Stewart: Infatuation
    Adamski: Killer
    Alexander O´Neal: fake, criticize
     
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    I always used to bump in to Peter Wolf (j. geils band) in Boston Clubs back in the 80's and 90's. I would literally bump in to him because he always seemed to be blocking my way but I never spoke to him and I don't think I ever saw him speak to anyone.

    By contrast, Gary Cherone from Extreme was always quite a gentleman.

    At the moment, I am listening to Cavedogs. Anyone remember them?
     
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    Ebn-Ozn.
     
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    since im from Puerto Rico i hear Reggaeton,Daddy Yankee,Don Omar,Wisin y Yandel,Arcangel jeje i guess im the only one that hears these music here but id like to hear if you have even heard of the music
     
  7. dgmitchell

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    Tonight it is Charlie Christian with the Benny Goodman Sextet 1939-1941. He was brilliant and a man before his time.
     
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    Airbourne-too much too young too fast,Rose Tatoo man about town,Saxon wheels of steel
     
  9. Kai-Petri

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    Bought

    Joy Division: best of
    AC/DC black ice
     
  10. dgmitchell

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    Joy Division has its place but they just did not have enough releases to merit a "best of" collection. I would just buy their original releases and rely on the complete discography to listen to the songs I wanted to hear. I recall in 1983 going to a used record store and asking all of the staff and patrons to recommend the most depressing music I could buy. I left with a Joy Division CD and Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska.
     
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    Today, it's ESPN radio. No music, just sports talk
     
  12. dgmitchell

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    My playlist this afternoon:

    Goo Goo Dolls ~ Iris
    Foo Fighters ~ My Hero
    Nirvana ~ Lithium
    Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Give it Away
    Buffalo Springfield ~ For What it's Worth
    Bob Dylan ~ Hurricane
    Tears for Fears ~ Everybody Wants to Rule the World (Not sure how that got in there but too late to take it out of the burned CD I am bringing with me)
    Pete Townsend ~ Let My Love Open the Door
    Goo Goo Dolls ~ Dizzy
    Allman Brothers ~ Ramblin Man
    Neil Young ~ Rockin in the Free World
    Live ~ Lightning Crashes
    REM ~ The One I Love
    The Cranberries ~ Linger
    Soul Asylum ~ Runaway Train
    Green Day ~ When I Come Around
    Peter Gabriel ~ Solsbury Hill
     
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    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    Bell Bottom Blues - Derek and the Dominos
     
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    Classic English music on the agenda this weekend a bit of Elgar, Arnold & Williams.
     
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    All of the Sinatra in my iTunes library. At the moment, Ol Blue Eyes is telling me that I Make Him Feel So Young.
     
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    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    On the way back from Wally-World, I was listening to Old Blue Eyes, Old Red Eyes and Old One Eye sing a live version of Mack The Knife. For the great unwashed out there, that is Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr.
     
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    AC/DC/s Black ice album soon to be followed by the new Motorhead album motorized play it LOUD MUTHER!
     
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    A Canadian Brass Christmas . . . . I am officially in holiday season and my wife and kids are already ready to shoot me.
     
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    Nino Rota - "Halls of Fear", AKA "Michael's Theme", from "The Godfather", Part I.
     
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    Neil Diamond. Yes it's true, he rocks!
     

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