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  1. #381
    This Michael Hurley facebook live set is one of the best things I've ever seen! Go find it!
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  2. #382
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    Chupe, you would have been in heaven in 60-late 80s (at least) if you lived near Philly. There used to be a head shop/record shop on Lancaster Ave. on the border of Ardmore and Bryn Mawr across the street from the train station and a couple of blocks from the Main Point and Cabaret 23 East (a nightclub that featured excellent local and regional talent).

    At the shop, you could get everything from papers, bongs and pipes to Deerings (grinders for non-pot products) to bootleg records. I couldn't guess how bootleg Dead or Bruce concert records they had. There were others. It wasn't unusual to see the people playing at The Main Point browsing in there. I saw Little Stevie picking up copies of his own shows a couple of times.

  3. #383
    thanks y'all!
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

  4. #384
    oh this is nice.
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  5. #385
    I'm assuming Casey Jones is a big hit - that song is tight
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  6. #386
    They make a lot of hay out of the general theme of trains and cocaine

  7. #387
    gonna start on American Beauty now
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  9. #389
    I married Isis on the 5th day of May.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    They make a lot of hay out of the general theme of trains and cocaine
    I rode the Philly - NY AMTRAK high on cocaine...more than once.

  11. #391
    lol sweet

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    Ladies of rock mix this evening:

    Linda Ronstadt -1977 - Willin
    Joan Osborne = What Becomes of the Brokenhearted -Standin in the Shadows of Motown
    Joss Stone (w/Jeff Beck & Tal Wilkenfeld) -People Get Ready
    Tal Wikenfeld - Killin Me
    Heart - Stairway to Heaven -Kennedy Center
    Norah Jones - You don't Know Me - with Wynton Marsalis
    Esperanza Spalding - On the Sunny Side of the Street
    Bonnie Raitt - Finest Loving Man Around/Stayed too Long at the Fair - Live at Sigma Sound

  13. #393
    RIP Florian

    We're going to be good again.

  14. #394
    Yeah, that's a bummer. Those dudes were on it.
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  15. #395
    THIS is a front man. These guys are all between 17 and 21 in this, I think, maybe 20. Crazy. Paul Rodgers, Paul Kossoff, Simon Kirke, and Andy Fraser. FREE.

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    It's so much harder for young groups to make a living these days. They have to play live as record sales are so low that record companies can't take as many chances. Even when someone is signed the sales keep the players from making any real money.

  17. #397
    The Grateful Dead remastered "Workingman's Dead" and are reissuing for the 50th anniversary this year. The 3-cd set also includes a previously unreleased concert from 2/21/71 Portchester, NY.

    I went with the vinyl myself; custom press limited to 2000 copies.

    https://store.dead.net/special-editi...ollection.html

  18. #398
    Radiohead streaming Bonnaroo 2006 on their YouTube rn
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  19. #399
    Tomorrow is Barton Hall day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TenaciousKory View Post
    Radiohead streaming Bonnaroo 2006 on their YouTube rn
    Oh shit

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