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Re: Music

Post by Pulp » May 14th, 2013, 3:15 pm

thomas15 wrote:Small world. My neighbor John Mitchell is in Soft Reeds, my friend and beer drinking accomplice Scott was the bassist in Ad Astra. Make sure to check out Bloodbirds....
Lulz. Gotta love what a small world KC is. And I definitely need to listen to Bloodbirds.

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Re: Music

Post by JRBoulevard_KC » August 30th, 2013, 12:43 pm

Alright, let's revive this thread....

So in honor of Collaboration #9 with tech n9ne, what do ya'll think of his new (13th) album, "Something Else"?

After listening to it off and on for a month, I really like it a lot. A good variety of his hip hop style. A little "happier" and slower overall, but not in a bad way. It seems to have gotten pretty good reviews too.

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Re: Music

Post by beastiefan » September 2nd, 2013, 3:03 am

I am interested if there are other people on this forum that listen to tech n9ne
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Re: Music

Post by hwwty4 » September 2nd, 2013, 4:34 pm

beastiefan wrote:I am interested if there are other people on this forum that listen to tech n9ne
I bought the album. There's some good stuff on it. I especially like the track with Serg as a SOAD fan, but I thought this album was just midling. Give me Calm Before the Storm any day.
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Re: Music

Post by EricH » September 29th, 2013, 10:33 pm

I just wanted to mention that Jon Spencer and his Blues Explosion will be at the Record Bar on 10/7, I haven't seen anyone talking about it or any publicity, which is stupid. I would be there if I could, having seen them years ago. You might want to bring some ear plugs, though, I recall it being one of the loudest shows I've ever seen.
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Re: Music

Post by theisti » September 30th, 2013, 7:42 am

EricH wrote:I just wanted to mention that Jon Spencer and his Blues Explosion will be at the Record Bar on 10/7, I haven't seen anyone talking about it or any publicity, which is stupid. I would be there if I could, having seen them years ago. You might want to bring some ear plugs, though, I recall it being one of the loudest shows I've ever seen.
I can't even imagine how loud this will be in that room.

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Re: Music

Post by EricH » November 1st, 2013, 10:52 pm

Just found out that Skinny f'n PUPPY is coming! Fuck yeah!

Their show at the Beaumont back in 2004 was one of the best shows I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot.

http://thegranada.com/event/skinny-puppy/
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Re: Music

Post by bonjoddy » January 30th, 2014, 11:38 am

Just saw this thread. HUGE music fan. I listen to everything although I'm more rhythmically inclined than lyrically driven- not to say that I don't love me some Bob Dylan & Pink Floyd. I listen to mostly Southern Blues Rockabilly-ish Bar music such as Old Crowe Medicine Show- the original music group to sing Bob Dylans "Wagon Wheel"- and alternative- Alt-J and Passion Pit were insane live. My favorite Band of all time is The Black Keys- saw them live last year at sprint. Saw The Eagles Live a few months ago at Sprint and that was hands down the best show I have ever been to- what a privilege for someone my age to still have the opportunity to see such an Iconic band who has really shaped America's musical history. As far as some of my favorite songs of all time go, here's a short list:

Hook- Blues Travelers
The Stroke- Billy Squier
Level- The Raconteurs
Nobody But Me- The Human Beinz
Everything CCR
Wagon Wheel- Old Crow Medicine Show
Fool in the Rain- Zeppelin
Sweater Weather- The Neighbourhood
Midnight Voyage- Ghostland Observatory
All Black Keys/Outkast mash-ups done by Wick-it-Instagator
Do you Know what I mean- Lee Michaels
Mary Janes Last Dance- Tom Petty
Mary Jane- Rick James
She's a Lady- Tom Jones
All Rolling Stones
Seaside- The Kooks
Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress- The Hollies
American Woman- Guess Who
96 Tears- ? and the Mysterians
Do You Realize- The Flaming Lips
All Eagles
Yakety Yak- The Coasters
All Black Keys
All System of a Down
Bloody Well Right- Supertramp
All Sublime
All Steve Miller Band
Till it Gets Wet- Slightly Stoopid
Old Man- Neil Young
Down by the River Neil Young
All Mofro- Dirtfloorcracker is a good one to start with
Simple Man- Skynard
Electric Feel- MGMT
You Make Me Feel Like Dancing- Leo Sayer
All Langhorne Slim- In the Midnight is a good one to start with
Closer- Kings of Leon
All Johnny Cash
Rocky Mountain Way- Joe Walsh
Rodeo Clowns- Jack Johnson (The version featuring G Love)
Right Down The Line- Gerry Rafferty
I Like Cold Beverages- G Love
My Fathers Eyes- Clapton
Evil Woman- ELO
Bye Bye Miss American Pie- Don Maclean
Shabop Shalom- Devendra Banhart
So Long Old Bean- Devendra Banhart
I Will Follow You into the Dark- Death Cab
Def Leppards version of "Rock On"
Hospital Beds- Cold War Kids
Couldn't Get it Right- Climax Blues Band
All Citizen Cope
Ain't No Rest For The Wicked- Cage the Elephant
Black River Killer- Blitzen Trapper
Use Me Up- Bill Withers
Burn One Down- Ben Harper
Que Ond Guero- Beck
I Know What I Am- Band of Skulls
Spooky- Atlanta Rhythm Section
So Into You- Atlanta Rhythm Section
Here I am Baby- Al Green
All- Easy All Stars (Awesome cover of Pink Floyd if you're into reggae)
Mountain Man- Crash Kings
I Need a Dollar- Aloe Blacc
Trouble- Blackfoot Gypsies
Deep Cover & Hold on- Man Man
Big Momma- Left Lane Cruiser.

I know I said short- and relatively it is- but there is just wayyy tooo much good music to list. These are just a few- but not all- that I happen to particularly enjoy quite a bit. Listen to all of them if you can!!

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Re: Music

Post by thomas15 » March 29th, 2014, 7:57 pm

Going to the show at recordbar tonight.
http://www.pitch.com/FastPitch/archives ... x-and-more
Anybody else going?
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Re: Music

Post by JRBoulevard_KC » March 29th, 2014, 8:20 pm

thomas15 wrote:Going to the show at recordbar tonight.
http://www.pitch.com/FastPitch/archives ... x-and-more
Anybody else going?
Dang, no. But after reading that link I wish I was.

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