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Palama Offline
#3901 Posted:
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Lou Reed - Rock 'n Roll Animal

Intro / Sweet Jane is as good as it gets. ****** Wagner and Steve Hunter were simply awesome that night.

78 F / 59% RH / 9 mph
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#3902 Posted:
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tailgater wrote:
Heard it?
I practically wrote it.



ThumpUp

I should have guessed as much...
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#3903 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
John McLaughlin & The One Truth Band - Electric Dreams

I like certain periods of JM, this is one of them.

76 F / 61% RH / 6 mph - cloudy but no rain day


Doesn't get the credit he deserves.
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#3904 Posted:
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fiddler898 wrote:
^^^ If you Massholes haven't heard "Entering Marion" by John Forster yet, give it a listen. It'll give you a whole new perspective on those cute little signs.

I have to exit Randolph to enter Sharon...

never saw that vid, Fid, thanks
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#3905 Posted:
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Uncle Tupelo...snagged a couple from the library, first exposure and really like it so far.
Son Volt on deck...
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#3906 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Uncle Tupelo...snagged a couple from the library, first exposure and really like it so far.
Son Volt on deck...



Love me some Uncle Tupelo. Was lucky enough to see them before they split.
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#3907 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Uncle Tupelo...snagged a couple from the library, first exposure and really like it so far.
Son Volt on deck...



The Turner Free Library?
frankj1 Online
#3908 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
The Turner Free Library?

yup!
They are part of the Old Colony Library Network, I just type in to search and stuff comes to Randolph from any of the member libraries...Quincy, Marshfield, Norwell, Duxbury etc.
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#3909 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
yup!
They are part of the Old Colony Library Network, I just type in to search and stuff comes to Randolph from any of the member libraries...Quincy, Marshfield, Norwell, Duxbury etc.

LOL........been to that library many times...........went to ST. Mary's School when I was a youngun'......pretty sure the school is defunct now
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#3910 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
LOL........been to that library many times...........went to ST. Mary's School when I was a youngun'......pretty sure the school is defunct now

The Lovely Caren says she thinks the school used to be across from the skating rink and may now be a school for hearing impaired, or something like that.
St. Mary's itself on North Main Street is still there, and has been renovated and looks very nice...in the opinion of this Jewboy.
jespear Offline
#3911 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
The Lovely Caren says she thinks the school used to be across from the skating rink and may now be a school for hearing impaired, or something like that.
St. Mary's itself on North Main Street is still there, and has been renovated and looks very nice...in the opinion of this Jewboy.


OhMyGod
jespear Offline
#3912 Posted:
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Crowded House - "Better Be Home Soon"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpc5Tb7QdKU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKRwGp8hUM4

Kasey Chambers - "Better Be Home Soon"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCy6_-8uYdg&list=RDRCy6_-8uYdg#t=9

Keith Urban & Missy Higgins - "Better Be Home Soon"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f90jTXFdB70

Love this song !


And here's a bonus :

My Girl's Puzzy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Grrp6mxrY5Y
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#3913 Posted:
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jespear wrote:
OhMyGod

I can't stop saying it.
Thanks!
Palama Offline
#3914 Posted:
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A comp CD with:

I Ain't Got You - The Yardbirds
Rock My Plimsoul - Jeff Beck
Crosstown Traffic - Jimi Hendrix
Old Times Good Times - Stephen Stills
Go Back Home - Stephen Stills
Let It Rain - Eric Clapton
Green Onions - Roy Buchanan
Oh Atlanta - Little Feat
Red Neck Friend - Jackson Browne
Southern Man - Neil Young
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Chug All Night - The Eagles
Shot In the Head - Savoy Brown
Stick to Me - Graham Parker
Heartbreaker - Led Zeppelin
Hot Stuff - The Rolling Stones
Intro / Sweet Jane - Lou Reed

77 F / 68% RH / 5 mph - spent almost the whole day inside gathering up our tax stuff and entering info into TurboTax
jespear Offline
#3915 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
I can't stop saying it.
Thanks!


Somehow, I don't feel quite right about that.
JadeRose Offline
#3916 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Lou Reed - Rock 'n Roll Animal

Intro / Sweet Jane is as good as it gets. ****** Wagner and Steve Hunter were simply awesome that night.

78 F / 59% RH / 9 mph





One of my faves. I believe, however, you will find that the intro is NOT live. It was recorded in the studio and added. However it was captured. it's as close to perfection as you can get.
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#3917 Posted:
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"Pass the Kouchie" - The Mighty Diamonds
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#3918 Posted:
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jespear wrote:
Somehow, I don't feel quite right about that.

still funny...

hey, it worked for Kinky Friedman!
Palama Offline
#3919 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
One of my faves. I believe, however, you will find that the intro is NOT live. It was recorded in the studio and added. However it was captured. it's as close to perfection as you can get.


Say it ain't so! Brick wall

Always presumed it was live and those twin guitar leads were performed on stage that night. Gonna have to check this out.
Palama Offline
#3920 Posted:
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Stumbled onto this while doing a little research:

http://archive.jsonline.com/blogs/entertainment/236776181.html

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#3921 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Say it ain't so! Brick wall

Always presumed it was live and those twin guitar leads were performed on stage that night. Gonna have to check this out.




Now I'm looking into this again, too. It seems I may be wrong. I'm not sure where I read that is was not live but I can't find anything that says that again. I HOPE I'm wrong. If so, can you imagine being at Howard Stein's Academy of Music that night and hearing that LIVE and in person? Holy Balls...that woulda been something.
Palama Offline
#3922 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
Now I'm looking into this again, too. It seems I may be wrong. I'm not sure where I read that is was not live but I can't find anything that says that again. I HOPE I'm wrong. If so, can you imagine being at Howard Stein's Academy of Music that night and hearing that LIVE and in person? Holy Balls...that woulda been something.


Whew! All is right in the world again. ThumpUp

I found this interview with Steve Hunter that leads me to think the Intro was always performed live:

http://www.gibson.com/News-Lifestyle/Features/en-us/Steve-Hunter-The-Gibson-Interview-Part-2.aspx

And yes, that would have been one heck of a concert memory to have been there that night.

Palama Offline
#3923 Posted:
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Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street (2010 Remaster)

Easily on my Top 10 Deserted Island list...if I had a list.

76 F / 71% RH / 7 mph
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#3924 Posted:
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J. Geils Band "Blow Your Face Out Live"


RIP J. Geils
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#3925 Posted:
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AC/DC - If You Want Blood
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#3926 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street (2010 Remaster)

Easily on my Top 10 Deserted Island list...if I had a list.

76 F / 71% RH / 7 mph


It's crazy how consistent the temp is there...jealous... Here in Kansas it can be sunless and snowin one day, clear, sunny and 70 the next.
Palama Offline
#3927 Posted:
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Luke753 wrote:
It's crazy how consistent the temp is there...jealous... Here in Kansas it can be sunless and snowin one day, clear, sunny and 70 the next.


Yah, I kinda like it here. Herfing
Palama Offline
#3928 Posted:
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In memory of John Warren Geils, Jr.

The J. Geils Band - self-titled first album

76 F / 68% RH / 5 mph with afternoon showers
Palama Offline
#3929 Posted:
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A comp CD of Santana favorites from the 1st album up to Supernatural. Bulk of the disc is gathered from their first 4 albums.

76 F / 68% RH / 12 mph - heavy rains at one point tonight with more predicted later on
Palama Offline
#3930 Posted:
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J. Geils Band - Full House "Live"

Ain't nothing like JGB in concert!

76 F / 68% RH / 4 mph
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#3931 Posted:
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Son Volt
Palama Offline
#3932 Posted:
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War - All Day Music

Great title song, a high school favorite

77 F / 61% RH / 3 mph - got pretty warm today
Palama Offline
#3933 Posted:
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Stephen Stills - self-titled first solo album

Great album with guest appearances by Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton

74 F / 59% RH / 15 mph with gusts up to 26 - a tad chilly, hadda put on a jacket
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#3934 Posted:
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Son Volt~ Trace

love it
Palama Offline
#3935 Posted:
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Elvis Costello - This Year's Model

Love the early EC albums.

74 F / 70% / 5 mph
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#3936 Posted:
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Marilyn Manson - The Pale Emperor
Palama Offline
#3937 Posted:
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Kooper Bloomfield Stills - Super Session

Didn't appreciate this album till years later.

78 F / 73% RH / 9 mph (...but that's gotta be wrong - gotta be twice that...)
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#3938 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Son Volt~ Trace

love it


Never heard of them.
Listened yesterday.

Or tried to listen.

Not my cup of tea.

Too much "twang".

If you like twang that's fine. I hear it may have been the reason Aaron Hernandez was taunted and decided to kill himself.

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#3939 Posted:
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Obviously not a Hank_The_Wank approved country music album.
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#3940 Posted:
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tailgater wrote:
Never heard of them.
Listened yesterday.

Or tried to listen.

Not my cup of tea.

Too much "twang".

If you like twang that's fine. I hear it may have been the reason Aaron Hernandez was taunted and decided to kill himself.


not an upset result, surprised myself that I got into it.
First surprise step was Uncle Tupelo which led me to this break-away group...
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#3941 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Kooper Bloomfield Stills - Super Session

Didn't appreciate this album till years later.

78 F / 73% RH / 9 mph (...but that's gotta be wrong - gotta be twice that...)

Al Kooper is still alive and kicking
Palama Offline
#3942 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Al Kooper is still alive and kicking



ThumpUp
Palama Offline
#3943 Posted:
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The Band - The Last Waltz

One of those "Wish I was there" moments.

73 F / 96% RH / 3 mph - been raining a l-o-n-g time tonight
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#3944 Posted:
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Buddy Guy. Born to Play Guitar
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#3945 Posted:
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Bright Light Social Hour - Space Is Still The Place
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#3946 Posted:
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A dozen industrial fans and dehumidifiers
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#3947 Posted:
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Sam the Sham and the Pharohs, Ian Whitcomb and mostly Dave Brubeck at Carnegie Hall. Dave here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LBZJk5Kfgw&list=RD0LBZJk5Kfgw&index=1
Palama Offline
#3948 Posted:
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Santana - Lotus

Friend's sister brought this back from Japan when it first came out. Still have it and really dig the artwork.

74 F / 90% RH / 4 mph - wet and rainy most of the day
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#3949 Posted:
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Greatest hits of the reverend, Al Green. Got this great gig volunteering at a drug take-back event and scored a lot of good scripts, even though some are technically "expired." Nothing like The Reverend with a nice Hennessy VSOP Cognac, a couple of percodans. Smoking a ripe Fuente Opus X. Sitting on the deck with the spring peepers peeping and the smooth soul that is Al. Spring is in the air!
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#3950 Posted:
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Love da Rev!
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