What's on the Jukebox?

Here's where we go to kick back after the races with our pals. Pour a tall one, punch a few buttons on the jukebox, and relax...
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Postby Maritime Drag Racing » Thu May 15, 2008 7:47 am

Currently loading these Doobie Bros albums on my Ipod:

Toulouse Street
What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits
Livin' On The Fault Line
The Captain And Me
One Step Closer
Farewell Tour [live]

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Norah

Postby racersforcoffee » Mon Jun 09, 2008 10:49 pm

Have you met Miss Jones?

Norah's "Tennessee Waltz" hits me pretty hard tonight, as I may be signing papers moving me back to acreage shortly. (Always traumatic for a "city boy......). As a third generation Jazzbo, I get lost in the music's traditions and how it's affected my family...perhaps more than anything else, it's the ties that bind. Western Swing has always held forth on the US99 corridor-ballrooms like the Spanish Castle featured the music as a mainstay for most of the pre-Beatles era.
Western Swing and.....yes, WC....Texas/Oklahoma/Kansas territorial bands grew the music beyond the big band peak of popularity...and I find that music...the Jazz equivalent of Quick 8......very grounding. When I heard that Ellington would draw farmers from hundreds of miles away to one of his dance concerts, it represented an America that was truely inclusive..... :)
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Postby Maritime Drag Racing » Sun Jun 15, 2008 5:54 pm

Picked up the Time/Life 1970s Music Explosion set of 8 CDs at a yard sale for $4. Lots of good stuff on there..........

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Postby jim sanders » Sun Jun 15, 2008 6:04 pm

:oops: listening to 20 year old band tapes... just lit a trash/yard debris fire... as soon as the sun goes down i will have EARLY Jewel (pieces of you) sing to me :wink:
GOOD TO GO !!
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Postby Bob Kraemer » Wed Jun 18, 2008 10:35 pm

Here is an oldy but a goody, Barbara Lewis ( Hello Stranger )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT90lo79bUQ
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Postby draglist » Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:02 pm

finally set up the big indoor stereo again today after moving out to make room for a new TV at Thanksgiving. Emily and I were jamming in a multi era mix. Here's some of it... (can only think of some of the band names and not all the songs... too old!)

Green Day
Groove is in the Heart by DeeLuxe
Snakes on a Plane (Oh, I'm ready for it)
Let's Get it Started by the Black Eyed Peas
My Chemical Romance
Cult of Personality (can't remember band's name)
Plain White Ts
Baby Blue by Badfinger (downloaded from itunes and it turned out to be a scrub second edition... still looking for the original)
Santana's newest (Chad Kroger singing)

Anyway, got the "studio" set back up... the stereo's now hooked to all the itunes on the kids' PC and it feeds five sets of speakers, including the back yard. As a bonus, they now get killer sound for their PC gaming. Here's Jason checking out the new set up (PC in front of him). bp

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Postby Jerry Gilles » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:01 am

sweet! Cult of personality= Living Colour (off of their first album)

glad to hear ya got the studio set back up.. I know from what you told me it's quite the setup.
A couple weekends ago, I finally got the KLH rock speakers out of the closet (brand new in the box for the last year and a half) and wired them up to the stereo downstairs. Now we have music on the deck outside the kitchen! I installed a volume knob out there also.
Satelite, cd, dvd, whatever ya want :lol:

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Postby draglist » Thu Jun 19, 2008 7:35 pm

Awesome, Jer. Ive been working too damn much. As much as I love music, in hindsight I can't believe I let the thing sit for seven months while I rushed back and forth to work and then sat up on the internet every night. Having my team from work over on Saturday and that forced me to retool the deal and get it ready. Life's too short to go without music! bp
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Re: Norah

Postby Gator » Fri Jun 20, 2008 7:23 am

Have you met Miss Jones?

Norah's "Tennessee Waltz" hits me pretty hard tonight, as I may be signing papers moving me back to acreage shortly. (Always traumatic for a "city boy......). As a third generation Jazzbo, I get lost in the music's traditions and how it's affected my family...perhaps more than anything else, it's the ties that bind. Western Swing has always held forth on the US99 corridor-ballrooms like the Spanish Castle featured the music as a mainstay for most of the pre-Beatles era.
Western Swing and.....yes, WC....Texas/Oklahoma/Kansas territorial bands grew the music beyond the big band peak of popularity...and I find that music...the Jazz equivalent of Quick 8......very grounding. When I heard that Ellington would draw farmers from hundreds of miles away to one of his dance concerts, it represented an America that was truely inclusive..... :)
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Postby Komodo » Thu Apr 02, 2009 11:25 pm

Gentle Giant - Aspirations • 1974

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx51_X9XJT8


Fantastic mellow old groove, check it out if you've never heard it 8)
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