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Blues Pills debut album

Rock-blues
 
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At work it was Kansas "Masques" album

Much better than the Kansas album from yesterday
 
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The Brokeoffs

Kind of a roots rock/old weird Americana stuff
 
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Brimstone Coven

a new group that has an old hard rock/stoner rock sound
 
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At work i listened to Talking Heads "Speaking in Tongues" and Steven Wilson's "Covers Album".

Both are good, bout a tie.
 
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The Electric Prunes

Their new album, "Was"
 
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At work i listened to Wo Fat's '09 album.

Stoner rock- kick butt trio from Texas!
 
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"Road Runs on til Mornin" by the Gift

MOR rock with some prog
 
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Today at work i heard cd 1 of an Abba box set.

oh waterloo ooo ooo OOOOOO oooo....it was okay.
 
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I'm up at nearly 6am listening to Blackmore's Night sing "All for One," from their Ghost of a Rose album.

(sigh) I love thie band!! Bit o' trivia you might already know--Ritchie Blackmore was the gutiarist for Deep Purple for a long time before he formed this band with his significant other. Big Grin

I feel silly that I don't remember her last name. Razz "Candace," something or other, but boy can she sing! Smile

I don't think these people are capable of doing anything bad. I like bands like that.

Oh--this is technically considered "Adult Contemporary" altho to me it has a Celtic rock kinda feel. My favorite. Big Grin



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i have such eclectic taste.

I have all these songs from different albums and genres that I listen to on my phone in alphabetical order.

It's just gone from Blackmore's Night to Gordon Lightfoot's "All I'm after," from the "Shadows" album. Hey, I like that ol' 70's mellow stuff sometimes, it reminds me of my childhood. Big Grin

Oops, Gordon just left the building!! Now we have the lovely Loreena McKennitt singing "All Souls Night," from "The visit!" Again, considered "contemporary" music. She's a total Celtic queen!! I love her to tears. Big Grin

Up next? I think it's Wendy Rule--"As Above, So Below." THAT woman can rule my world anytime. Wink Big Grin



"People say I make strange choices, but they're not strange for me. My sickness is that I'm fascinated by human behavior, by what's underneath the surface, by the worlds inside people."

~~Johnny Depp.


 
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"Desert Song" by Static Dial

Power pop with great harmonies
 
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"No one has to know" by Chris Smith

Acoustic music kinda like the Smithereens
 
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Mndsgn

"Yawn Zen" album. Hypnotic electronic music
 
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Somi "Thw Lagos Music Salon"

Afro-jazz/hip-hop soul
 
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Mirel Wagner "When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day"

Murder ballads, Delta blues, great songwriting & vocals
 
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Brian Setzer

"Rockabilly Riot" album
 
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Twenty Sixty Six & Then "Refletions On the Future" album from 1972

Prog/psych/hard rock
 
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The Breakdowns

Power punk pop
 
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At work i listened to CD 2 of the Abba box set & the latest from A Sunny Day in Glasgow.

Both were pretty good.
 
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Dr John's new album

A tribute to Louis Armstrong
 
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Danny Amis & the Twin Tones

Surf instrumentals- good stuff, too
 
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Benjamin Booker

his debut album, kinda like Black Keys with Southern swamp rock sound
 
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Surf Flamingo

Figure it out
 
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Bahamas

their new album, soulful folk
 
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