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For the old guys out there- Neil Young and Crazy Horse "Cortez the Killer" from "Zuma" 1975. Epic song with Young at the top of his game. If you've never heard it, give it a spin. If you haven't heard it in ages cue it up and revisit and old friend. "Stupid Girl" is good too.

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The new Norma Jean album Polar Similar.. (Metal for those that have a taste for that)

Oh

My

God!

 

 

 

 

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@Ethernut That's a good pick. I haven't listened to them in a while. I'm tired of the new wave of thrashy-speed metal. I'm more of a melodic/groove guy. I'll have to check out the whole album. 

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1 hour ago, SloppyJ said:

@Ethernut That's a good pick. I haven't listened to them in a while. I'm tired of the new wave of thrashy-speed metal. I'm more of a melodic/groove guy. I'll have to check out the whole album. 

Dude this is a different band that their old stuff. Very groove metal, grindy detuned and not in a hurry. 

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1 hour ago, Colt45 said:

Eminem Relapse and Relapse Refill - dude's got issues!   :lol:

Both great albums too! Elevator is my favorite i think.

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899afeab86b59f57c9991e2d3309e51e.jpg I came across this blues singer while I was listening to The A-List: Blues Station on Apple Music this afternoon and I found him to be pretty impressive.


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3 hours ago, SloppyJ said:

Both great albums too! Elevator is my favorite i think.

Yeah - I really like what's going on - will check out elevator.

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Throwback Thursday!

Cheers!

Bill

 

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1 hour ago, billh1 said:

Throwback Thursday!

Cheers!

Bill

 

Ye Olde School!

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I think like most Canadians, the Tragically Hip have been heavy on my playlist all summer long. They are essentially "Canada's Band", and the lead singer, Gord Downie, was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and the band rushed together one final concert series across Canada. I was fortunate to see them live one last time (and roughly the 20th time I've seen them in concert live) during this tour. And Gord sang my #1 favourite Hip song, one he usually never performs live, as it's about his nephew who died of congenital heart disease at around age of 5: Fiddler's Green.

Here's a video of that performance in Vancouver.

 

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Good stuff in this thread!

For the old stuff I've been listening to a good bit of Thin Lizzy and Mott the Hoople.

As far as new stuff goes The Cold Stares have really been doing it for me.  Great tunes for the drive home....

 

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One of my all time favorites!

 

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I'm burning through the Grateful Dead's magical run in the spring of '77.....too many shows to discuss, but the one at Barton Hall, Cornell University is really mind blowing:wub:

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Pearl Jam! Summer tour was amazing. They still tear down the house. 

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Pearl Jam! Summer tour was amazing. They still tear down the house. 


I saw PJ at Fenway Park last month and it was a killer show!


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