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    Re: What am I listening to? (Part II)

    Any other Zoners going to Forecastle Festival in Louisville this weekend? An eclectic lineup to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    Any other Zoners going to Forecastle Festival in Louisville this weekend? An eclectic lineup to say the least.
    Used to go when Widespread Panic was headlining. The lineup has changed since then and gotten a bit out of my wheel house. Kinda wanted to see the Black Keys but wasn't willing to pay the price for a single day pass to do it.
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    Old and new R&B... Heard "Drowning in the Sea of Love" by Joe Simon on WDJO today and wanted to add it to my favorites on Rhapsody. Unfortunately, Rhapsody doesn't seem to have that single version - so I went looking for another artist (there's plenty who covered this tune) and found Willie Clayton:



    Real smooth and he has an album of classics - in which he covered Tower of Power's "So Very Hard to Go" from the self titled 1973 album:



    Still like the original better... but Willie gives it a good try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    Any other Zoners going to Forecastle Festival in Louisville this weekend? An eclectic lineup to say the least.
    I am. Tomorrow looks to be amazing. Alabama Shakes, Shovels and Rope, Kurt Vile, Jim James, Flaming Lips, and Dawes are all bands I'd recommend to anyone with open ears.

    Also, I can't get enough of the new Jason Isbell album, Southeastern. Nothing but amazing songwriting from back to front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The DARK View Post
    I am. Tomorrow looks to be amazing. Alabama Shakes, Shovels and Rope, Kurt Vile, Jim James, Flaming Lips, and Dawes are all bands I'd recommend to anyone with open ears.

    Also, I can't get enough of the new Jason Isbell album, Southeastern. Nothing but amazing songwriting from back to front.
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    For reasons I can't quite grasp, I've added a lot of Cake to my listening list. And I mean a LOT of Cake. So much I've had to watch my blood sugar (although ironically, cake isn't the type of band that would raise your glucose readings.)

    Okay, so I like sarcasm, subtle humor, a deadpan delivery, and a kind of ironic trumpet. Also, the Beckett quote in "Sheep go to Heaven".

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcshoe View Post
    For reasons I can't quite grasp, I've added a lot of Cake to my listening list. And I mean a LOT of Cake. So much I've had to watch my blood sugar (although ironically, cake isn't the type of band that would raise your glucose readings.)

    Okay, so I like sarcasm, subtle humor, a deadpan delivery, and a kind of ironic trumpet. Also, the Beckett quote in "Sheep go to Heaven".
    I had the exact same experience not very long ago (see sig). Cake has 7? I think albums and they were all in rotation 1 after the other for several months. I still listen to them on the regular but NOTHING like it was.
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    Sunbather by Deafheaven. If you are a fan of metal or hardcore music, it will change your life. Stop reading my post and go listen to it now.
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    Sunbather by Deafheaven. If you are a fan of metal or hardcore music, it will change your life. Stop reading my post and go listen to it now.
    Start with this:
    They don't think it be like it is, but it do.
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    He has also taught me that even when the Reds win it is important to focus on the fact that they could have lost.

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    I've been on quite the Neutral Milk Hotel kick lately in preparation for their show at the Madison theatre in October.

    I can't believe he's back after this long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichRed View Post
    I felt the need to right a terrible wrong here. I just recently re-listened to Wilco's YHF album (3 or 4 times!) and all I can say is, I'm not sure what I was thinking. I think maybe the feedback/reverb stuff at the end of a couple of the songs turned me off back then. Or maybe I was just in a bad mood. Or who knows what? But it's always great fun to revisit music that you thought you knew and hear it in a whole different way.

    To sum up, my opinion on Yankee Hotel Foxtrot has done a 180; the album is great.
    What the hell took you so long?

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    I've seen Queens of the Stone Age live now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cedric View Post
    I've been on quite the Neutral Milk Hotel kick lately in preparation for their show at the Madison theatre in October.

    I can't believe he's back after this long.
    I saw Mangum solo earlier this year. He was great, but I'll be honest, I missed the horns. The songs really lose something without them. I would rather see the whole band.
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