Muzac For Munsters

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You guys really love the folk music eh...

I'll take BB with his death metal over some of that elevator music
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Just busting yer balls dude...don't get all offended.

On a side note...loving Spotify being available here now. Had it when we lived in Oz but as usual was slow to release up in Canada...fairly good library
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Uncle dans leg wrote:You guys really love the folk music eh...

I'll take BB with his death metal over some of that elevator music
:lol:
I have a wide range of tastes and will listen to anything from the Beach Boys to Lamb Of God.

Although I do think a lot of what passed for "rock music" is a little lame right now.
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Found this accidently, a little bit older but... :lol:

http://www.aux.tv/2013/10/10-canadian-m ... ay-hockey/
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Hey Topper the new Dave Rawlings Machine album - Nashville Obsolete is a gooder.

Watchya think of the new Jason Isbell?
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Hey Dude, you ever get a chance to take in Steven Wilson? Whata talented motherfucker. Put together a pretty tight band last night.

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Only know him via Porcupine Tree... Floyd-flavoured with a dash of Tool, and a hint of Rush (via influences, anyway). Is the solo work similar?

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Puck wrote:Only know him via Porcupine Tree... Floyd-flavoured with a dash of Tool, and a hint of Rush (via influences, anyway). Is the solo work similar?
Yeah Puck, very much so. Porcupine Tree was his vehicle for collaboration much as Wilco is Jeff Tweedys.
Some jazz musicians on Wilsons last album too just to add more shit to his repertoire, he also works with a film maker for a multi-media experience and give it an avant garde experimental feel you don't see much these days in the mainstream. King of concept albums now I guess that Bowie is gone.

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Hmmm Jazz musicians... sounds good to me. I spend a lot of time listening to Jazz these days. Blending a little into my rock n' roll is a good thing. I'll check it out. Thanks, Spides.

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Loving the new Sturgil SImpson and new Richmond Fontaine. Richmond Fontaine's - You Can't Go Back If There is Northing to Go Back To is so far my fave album of the year, fucking brilliant. The new Pines album - Above the Prairie a close second. Also liking the new M. Ward and Damien Jurado.

Richmond Fontaine - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQpKAmYHKEs

Richmond Fontaine - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYQF5YLGC30

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Shook hands with Patterson Hood of the Drive By Truckers Friday Night at the Richmond Fontaine show in Portland lives in Portland now. The dude was standing to my right all night. He told me Richmond Fontaine are his Hero's. He has some nice things to say about the show and RF at his Facebook page. Great weekend of music though saw the band again Saturday night in Seattle at the Sunset Tavern in the Ballard district.

Portlands a great town to booze and eat in. My liver is destroyed Blobby Mac style
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RoyalDude wrote:Shook hands with Patterson Hood of the Drive By Truckers Friday Night at the Richmond Fontaine show in Portland lives in Portland now. The dude was standing to my right all night. He told me Richmond Fontaine are his Hero's. He has some nice things to say about the show and RF at his Facebook page. Great weekend of music though saw the band again Saturday night in Seattle at the Sunset Tavern in the Ballard district.

Portlands a great town to booze and eat in. My liver is destroyed Blobby Mac style
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Does anyone give a shit about the looming death of the Tragically Hip?

I sure as fuck don't.
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Topper wrote:Does anyone give a shit about the looming death of the Tragically Hip?

I sure as fuck don't.
The Hip are awesome.

I guess you're more of a Mel Thorme fan.
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