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The Coral

Their new album- psych rock with soul
 
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The Suffers

A new-ish funk/soul band like bands of yore
 
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The Connection

Power pop with a bite!
 
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The soundtack to True Detective

Never seen the tv show but love the soundtrack
 
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Meic Stevens

Psychedelic folk
 
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The Hanging Stars

Psychedelic folk-rock
 
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Keren Anncrazed

New album from one of my xc wives
 
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Speaking of xc wives, I was listening to Taylor Swift's "Shake it off" on YouTube earlier and I really love the lyrics to that song. She's a great performer, I've heard. One day I'll check her out onstage. Interestingly enough, a friend showed me a link on my Facebook account with one of them silly quizes, "Which Celebrity do you look most like?" First time I took it, I got Taylor Swift, second time, I got Jennifer Anniston. Lmao. I love these little quizzes even if they're computer generated lol...they're good for a laugh. Big Grin

I checked out Katy Perry's "Roar" on YouTube as well. Great song!

Might hit up more stuffage on YouTube that I've never heard before. I need to expand my repratoire! 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."

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i like Katy Perrycrazed (she's a wifey) but her singing...well...

The See No Evils are in the CD player & it must be awful crammed for them to fit!

They play garage rock.
 
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Yeah, Katy Perry sounds a little like she's screaming out the notes from her throat instead of using her diaphram(li'l singer jargon sorry lol). But when you scream out notes without taking a breath to support them, it be like shouting at a sports game without taking a breath for five minutes. Killer on the throat! Razz

I like that "Roar" song but Taylor Swift can write lyrics better. Hey, xc, have you listened to Rachel Platton? Is she a wife bychance? She's a hottie that's for sure. Big Grin She has two great songs "I'll Stand By You," and "Fight Song." Awesome, and she sings real well too.

Right now it's back to the 80's for me with Siouxie's "Through the Looking Glass." I had that album around then, and I remembered I had it as I listened to it recently. Amazing songs, every one of them, the Disney cover of "Trust in Me," being one of my faves. Smile




"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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i never heard of Rachel Platton. i'll have to check her out.

Now playing:

The Long Ryders box set. Paisley Underground yeah!
 
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Lisa Haley

Zydeco-Cajun music
 
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The Nobility

Power pop with beach Boys-like harmonies
 
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The Razorblades

A surf instrumental trio from the UK
 
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The Galileo 7

Power-pop from the UK
 
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The Sonics

Live On Easy Street lp
 
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Lee Michaels

His "Nice Day for Something" vinyl album
 
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The Traditional Fools "Fools Gold" album

This is early Ty Segall stuff from several yrs ago
 
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Damien Jurado

His new album, "Visions of Us on the Land"
 
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Slime Chance band

Ronnie Lane's old band. It's pretty good rock'n'roll.
 
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Listening to a Songlines magazine cd sampler of world music. Lotta different countries on here!
 
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Ryan Adams

Double deluxe CD reissue of his first album solo "Heartbreaker"
 
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A comp of '60s & '70s rare psych.

Lotta groovy songs i never heard before.
 
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The Stereotypes

A new album- one of two new ones- and they sent me the cd's for free! Yay!
 
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Laney Jones

Her newest album which has an old-timey Americana sound
 
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