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  1. jetophile

    jetophile Bruce Coslet's Daughter

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    Play it loud. Very loud. Hi, Chuck Close. Great hiking music, especially when you're trying to outrun a train.
     
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    The Wailing Souls mon.....



     
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    ^Another great bread kneading song. So many Stevie Wonder songs are the shit, especially the lesser known ones. I just have to add 'Superstition', as it's also a part of my bread kneading mix. : )

     
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    jetophile Bruce Coslet's Daughter

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    I'm waiting for Dierking to say getting a feel for the city, haha.
     
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    jetophile Bruce Coslet's Daughter

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    Post #2730, Erroll Garner.



    Watch it and shut up. Mostly a white audience, but Erroll wasn't one of them niggers. It's amazing how much black musicians suffered for income and how hypocritical people were. Anyway, Erroll Garner is one of my favorite jazz pianists. I'm gonna say number one. Just other stuff that my Daddy used to twirl me around to. He was Glenn Gould with the grunting and talking before Glenn Gould. Well, Glenn Gould was classical, but I'm sure someone will get the reference.

    I also love Bill Charlap. It's not like I didn't go to SUNY Poorchoice with him or anything. I have so many successful alumni, it's amazing. I'm probably one of the only duds, lol. The wiki on the Purchase Mafia left out a lot of people.

     
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    More Bill Charlap. OK, time to go put on Green Jello and Dayglo Abortions.
     
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    Some Jets fans made me think of this...

    Neil Peart punching the drums and that little bass line at the end

     
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    jetophile Bruce Coslet's Daughter

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    ^No offense, but I fukking hate Rush. As in detest. 2112 makes me wish I was stone cold deaf. I also hate Yes and Supertramp. Something about the shitty grating high voices? I don't know. But no, just no
     
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    If mosquitoes could sing they would sound like Geddy Lee.
     
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    But what if mosquitoes played bass?
     
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    Well I guess I won't put up a couple of great Radiohead tunes I was gonna post. Yeah, I don't think I ever listened to 2112 straight thru once tho, couldn't do it. I was like that at one time. Later Rush can be exceptional tho. But that's okay, I used to let bias keep me from enjoying great music too. :)

    But, King Crimson>Yes fer sure. :)
     
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    Here ya go, stinkyb:

     
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    I actually like Radiohead and King Crimson, but the voices of Geddy Lee, Jon Anderson, and god, Super Tramp (especially 'Breakfast in America/Hodgson), UGH. Fckn Super Tramp, I used to trip over my own feet trying to get to radio in absolute desperation because I couldn't turn it off fast enough. Ever see that hilarious Mel Brooks movie 'High Anxiety' (Hitchcock parody, HolyJeusGod, I love that movie). If so, you know the scene where Dick Van Patten can't get rid of that bad song in the car? Then he can't unlock the car doors and he tries to kick the window out because the song is killing him? Yeah, that's me listening to one of those three bands. Here ya go:



    It's not that I have anything against high voices per se (I mean, I love Kate Bush), it's just something about SHITTY grating high voices. Eh, to each his own.
     
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    Great freaking song



    That's probably my favorite song by them
     
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    Basically anything from 'The Transformed Man'. Oh, my God, for anyone who has never heard this masterpiece album in its entirety, I pity your poor soul. Haha, it used to be an avatar of mine back in the day. My friend, Steve, dug it out at a party once after we both hadn't heard it for years. We shrieked like hell, trust me, no drugs necessary. I was laughing so hard. I couldn't breathe. It just turned into that practically silent wheezing thing, buckled over. To anyone who smokes weed (I personally do not), may I suggest that you NOT listen to 'Mr. Tambourine Man' when high. There's no way you're coming out of that song alive.

    The other album we used to die over was 'The Beauty of Bruno'. No, not Bruno Mars. The singer Tony Bruno. "The coffee's in the cup, the toast is poppin' up, the smokkkkesss are ova theeereyyyya." I really have to find a video/audio somewhere. It's not to be believed. I'm not sure how he got approval to sing a cover of the Beatles 'Yesterday' at the time, but it's fckn hilarious. Every time he would sing the word yesterday, his voice would crack at the end. Kinda of a Tom Jones wannabe.

    https://www.discogs.com/Tony-Bruno-The-Beauty-Of-Bruno/release/7535817

    I found one! 'What's Yesterday'! Haha, wait until the end of the song! Sometimes my long term memory amazes me. It's a single from the album.



    And I found another!



    And another!



    With my luck, someone on here is related to Tony Bruno. Sorry.
     
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    Porcupine Tree. Saw them in a small theatre in NYC. My Morning Jacket had a short opener. October 2007. Pretty sure on that. Great show. I'm sure there are stubs somewhere.
     
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