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Dan...
Posted: Sunday, December 14, 2008 3:16:20 PM
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charlie parr - 1922

The poster formerly known as Dan
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Alabama3 Hits And Exit Wounds




1. Hypo Full Of Love (The 12 Step Plan)
2. Woke Up This Morning
3. Hello...I'm Johnny Cash
4. Mao Tse Tung Said
5. Mansion On The Hill (Arthur Baker remix)
6. U Don't Danse To Tekno Anymore
7. How Can I Protect You (Dope Mix)
8. Woody Guthrie
9. Ain't Goin' To Goa
10. Monday Don't Mean Anything
11. Sad Eyed Lady of The Low Life
12. Amos Moses
13. Too Sick To Pray
14. Up Above My Head
15. R.E.H.A.B.
16. Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness
17. Ska'd For Life
18. Peace In The Valley


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Right now I haven't been able to take Dallas Frasca's CD out of the car. Burnt Toast!
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Lucinda Williams

Car Wheels on a Gravel Road


Track listing


"Right in Time"
"Car Wheels on a Gravel Road"
"2 Kool 2 Be 4-gotten"
"Drunken Angel"
"Concrete and Barbed Wire"
"Lake Charles"
"Can’t Let Go"
"I Lost It"
"Metal Firecracker"
"Greenville"
"Still I Long For Your Kiss"
"Joy"
"Jackson"


oldbilly1
Posted: Wednesday, December 24, 2008 8:38:04 AM
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Car Wheels on a Gravel Road



great album, plus truly impressive animations cokebloke

best of isley brothers - a long and interesting journey across 4 plus decades
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Posted: Wednesday, December 24, 2008 3:40:17 PM
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Susan Tedeschi's (aka Mrs Derek Trucks) new album is a stunner, absolutely brilliant, with some able assistance from Mr. Trucks, worth a listen or two!!!!! All the best Wazza.
c0kebloke
Posted: Friday, December 26, 2008 8:05:02 PM
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oldbilly1 wrote:
Car Wheels on a Gravel Road



great album, plus truly impressive animations cokebloke

best of isley brothers - a long and interesting journey across 4 plus decades

Hi oldbilly1.
I got the cd for the nice price of $15 after a mate gave me her cd World Without Tears.
I like the way she changes style with some tunes joy & Righteously are 2 tunes that come to mind.

As for the animations i'm glad you like e'm, i was trying to set my avatar that i had on the old board but no luck so i decided to change the Signature instead as i think it adds a little colour & movement.
I just hope others on the board don't get to paranoid with all those eyes looking at them.
oldbilly1
Posted: Saturday, December 27, 2008 8:30:07 AM
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"car wheels" is actually one of the standard cds I pack when making the long drive from Vic to the Bluesfest - perfect road trip music and fits in so well when negotiating the newel highway in a rather beaten up ute. I agree with you that the variation in style and mood helps keep it fresh - the sing-a-long factor is also high after a while. a great example of beautiful, personal songwriting about love and loss. used to give "time" from gillian welch a decent flogging too, but donated it to a neighbourly camper one year at belongil who loved listening to it when we played it late at night and haven't got my act together to buy another copy...
youngbill
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The Ride - Los Lobos. I know I've mentioned this one before. I had a run down the freeway to Sydney and back the other day for work so packed a selection for the player in the boss's global warming gas guzzler. I started with this one and didn't need anything else. It's just taken me a while to really get into it. Do yourself a favour. Five stars.
Creeper69
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Right now? Roy Bucanan - Can i change my mind, the whole album, but up to that song, good stuff!
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Jon Cleary LIVE at the Boatshed

Well not now, but last night, just three blocks down the hill

Heading out for the East Coast / Lord knows I've paid some dues gettin' through, / Tangled up in blues.
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Posted: Saturday, January 3, 2009 11:44:52 AM
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greybeard wrote:
Jon Cleary LIVE at the Boatshed

Well not now, but last night, just three blocks down the hill


Well, how about a review Reg. He's touring solo. What was the show like? What type of material etc etc etc??
waffles
Posted: Saturday, January 3, 2009 6:28:22 PM
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LISTENING TO/WATCHING red,white and blues-martin scorsese dvd that traces the intro. of blues to popular music in the sixties through some great white bands john mayall etc. through appearances with these bands and how these bands started playing blues music,which led to black blues musicians being more able to survive.
COME SEE ABOUT ME-THE DEFINITIVE JOHN LEE HOOKER DVD a great look at a true master through the years,with appearances with ry cooder,bonnie raitt,stones etc. some great vision of the boogie master.

mullumbimby civic hall features tonight-jeff lang,mamadou diabate and ragma singh.
jan. 10-jon cleary.

I don't want to hang up my rock n roll shoes
I get a good time feeling every time I hear those blues.
greybeard
Posted: Sunday, January 4, 2009 4:07:56 PM

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Well, how about a review Reg. He's touring solo.


Why is the Dog asking Reg?
An enjoyable evening just under 2 hours for Mr Cleary, the main observation is the numbers in which Jon sang were more easily appreciated, were as the instrumentals (Tipitina ect) could be a little "sparse" Perhaps that was just me on the night, but overall you should catch him if you get the chance.

Heading out for the East Coast / Lord knows I've paid some dues gettin' through, / Tangled up in blues.
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A thousand pardons

Hoping to chat with him tomorrow and catch the show on sun in Brisbane
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Joe West & The Sinners

Jamie Was A Boozer



tracklist:
1. Judas Escariot
2. $2000 Navajo Rug
3. Julie
4. the Ballad of Terri McGovern
5. Piece by Piece
6. Trip to Roswell NM
7. Pittsburg PA
8. Are you Still My Girl
9. Trailer Park Liberal
10. Tractor Sound
11. Dream Tractor
12. Rehab Girl
13. Lordy Lordy
14. Jamie Was a Boozer
15. Heaven

If Lou Reed grew up in the Southwest - he would be Joe West . Smart Quirky Songwriting with a Rockin Alt.Country band with a Punk Attitude.
http://www.joewestmusic.com/

I have been thinking of getting this as well as a few other joe west cds but decided to get this as it is getting hard to find(for me anyway)so i settled for the mp3 download from cd baby for $ $9.99.(US)
Great buy.
finleym
Posted: Tuesday, January 6, 2009 8:06:57 PM

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Listening to the free NPR podcast of Tom Waits show from earlier this year. Amazing. All the press from Europe and America hail it as one of the best shows of the year. Fingers crossed.

Trumpet bells ringing
Bass drum is swinging
As the trombone groans
And the big horn moans
repete
Posted: Tuesday, January 6, 2009 8:13:10 PM
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finleym wrote:
Listening to the free NPR podcast of Tom Waits show from earlier this year. Amazing. All the press from Europe and America hail it as one of the best shows of the year. Fingers crossed.


Absolutely with you 100%!!!!!

Hangin' out on Frenchmen
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Joe West
the Human Cannonball


tracklist:
1. The Combines are Comin'
2. Oklahoma Bound
3. The Human Cannonball
4. $300 Car
5. Anita Pita
6. Trotsky's Blues
7. Straight Man in a Gay world
8. Jam Bands in Colorado
9. Cowgirl Hall of Fame
10. Banker's Son
11. Jimmy Joe the Wrangler
12. Talkin Terror Yodel
13. Heaven



JOE WEST is a singer/songwriter from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Some have dubbed him a "trailer park crooner" and others say he's a "time-traveling-Mark Twain-gone-punk." Whatever you call him, Joe West's humorous, beer-drenched tales of love, booze and UFO's have been winning over crowds .

From 1998-2001 Joe, along with his band The Sinners, rose to the top of the highly competitive Austin Music scene, earning enthusiastic reviews, media awards and a regular spot at Austin's renowned Continental Club. At The Continental, Joe shared the stage with Texas legends like Mojo Nixon, Dale Watson, Wayne "The Train" Hancock, and many others. There, he amassed such a following that he nearly swept the Austin Chronicle's Readers Poll in 2000. The album "Jamie Was A Boozer" was rated a Four Star Album by the Austin Chronicle and one of the Top Texas Albums of the Year.

In 2001, Joe moved back to his home town of Santa Fe where he quickly became a local mainstay, playing weekly at the infamous Cowgirl Hall of Fame.

While playing in Santa Fe, Joe caught the attention of Frogville Records, who signed him to their label and supported the recording of SOUTH DAKOTA HAIRDO, a CD which earned much praise and in 2004 was honored as one of the best albums of the year by The New Mexico Music Industry Awards


Joe now leads The Joe West Trio, a national touring band which features ex-Mary and Mars member Ben Wright on lead guitar and Noah Baumeister on upright bass.

Together with the bubble machine, the witty original songs and the standard country classics, The Joe West Trio is guaranteed to be one of the "good time bands" of all time.

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"Navajo Moon" from DVD ANA! by Ana Popovic - great instrumental tune with her acknowledging those who have influenced her, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Ronnie Earl.
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