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    Re: What am I listening to Part Three

    Mitski is the anti-Reds. Crushing it every go round, always adding top free agent textures, never letting Wade Miley go for nothing.



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    Re: What am I listening to Part Three

    It’s fun to be cool. I remember those days.
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    I like Cannon and their I’m dreaming happy dreams while I’m awake music.

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    Not usually (or really ever) my jam, but the Mullet Rock soundtrack to the Peacemaker TV series is kind of epic - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6k...C3pmdvO7NstFkq.
    Now begins the winter of our discombobulation.

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    Re: What am I listening to Part Three

    Quote Originally Posted by OldRightHander View Post
    I've been listening to Eva Cassidy a lot lately. She died in '96 and most of her music has been released after her death. Amazing talent and a shame she died before she saw the level of success she's had posthumously. Most of her recordings were covers, but she had an amazing voice and her interpretation of the songs she did was spot on mostly.

    Great version of this Simon & Garfunkel tune here.
    She's one of my favorite vocalists, and it's a total fluke we even know her now. She was very shy and a natural talent, and only performed close to her home. I prefer her blues stuff (Stormy Monday is epic), but it's all good. Glad to hear someone else stumbled onto her.


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