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    Great tune with wonderful harmony--

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    "Hideaway" Cover / Eric Clapton, John Mayall Blues Breakers

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    I doubt that any will take the time to listen to these interviews with Stevie Ray Vaughn but here they are:



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    Roy-I'm sure you know that Stevie got clean right before his chopper met that mountain in the fog with Eric Clapton's band. I had a chance to see him here in Spartanburg just as he was getting big, and turned it down-working 2nd shift, and too conscientious to call in sick-I still kick myself over that.

    But I can still have him Live at the El Mocambo (bet you've seen this too):

    I don't think that any blues guitarist since his idol Hendrix blazed with such raw energy and intensity.
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    We just finally finished the mesmerizing Ken Burns Jazz documentary, so I have been torturing my students with that this week as they walk into class. (You'd be amazed how many really dig it!). But I just can't get enough of Louis Armtstrong's "Potato Head Blues":

    or Miles Davis"Kind of Blue":

    or Charles Mingus's "Moanin'":

    I swear if Ken Burns made a documentary on the history of paint drying, it would be fascinating.
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    Although these are not on the top of my list for personal preference I enjoy them.

    I don't understand and can't have music playing in the background at work.

    So many people do this and i cannot understand.

    If it is good it distracts me and if it is junk it distracts me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    That is irritating to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    That is irritating to me.
    Would quite expect dubstep to be irritating for most anyone over 40, especially this cut, but when I looked up and saw the title after randomizing on 70 Tidal songs, I chuckled and posted despite the slight irritation to me as well.

    Never heard of Feed Me until this week, FWIW, but I enjoy listening to new music more than anything that’s been recycled to death on FM radio.

    If your stereo lacks quality bass reproduction, then these woofer test tracks are best skipped. This is how I approached my first listening session after reading some review of a high-end portable digital music player where the reviewer mentions using Feed Me to test bass response.

    I suspect you do not care for Radiohead in the slightest either, and that’s okay. With music, YMMV is a much larger issue than say with wet shaving I wager.
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