Music

Thursday, November 19, 2020

What Would You Play?

 

 


 

 

   So many choices, so many genres. Late 60's 70s 80s and some of the new music I've found on Pandora.

Right now as I'm paging through my downloaded songs to grab one song to get the mood started tonight it would be:

 (The lyrics Rik wrote speak to me.)


 

 

 ... and now it's cranked up :)

 

 

16 comments:

  1. Victory by 2 dteps from hell.

    Its what I play loudly in my office when i want to discourage visitors.

    Exile1971

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  2. Rage Against the Machine. Fuck you I won't do what you tell me.

    Their politics suck but the music is badass for this Gen X guy.

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  3. I remember sending the LIVE version of this to you a few years back. Actually quite a while ago at this point.

    Leigh
    Whitehall, NY

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  4. I actually did that today.
    AC/DC has a new album and I had it CRANKED UP, making the walls shake! All the while enjoying the end of Indian summer in SE OH.

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  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLoWd2KyUro

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  6. Hi Irish!!
    'I can Tell ya' bud.. The list is LONG.. But here's a few Top's!!

    With current events being what they are..... here goes..

    The Rolling Stones "Gimmie Shelter" pick a version early or late.. that 9 minute + live one is good!! .. Love playing that when I'm doing "Target Practice!!!!!"

    Then being what it is, I dedicate this song to ol Slo' Joe and his!! "You Cheated, You Lied" by the "Slades" (1958)

    Then come up a few years..... Pete Townsend and his troops... "We won't get fooled again!! you know.. the long version!!!

    And since ol' "Slo Joe' is so slo... it's obvious... David Allen Coe wrote a song about him before we even knew who he was... "You don't call me Darlin'!!!!" Bitchplease!! He never even calls me by my name!!!... He can't remember it!!!!!

    and the Beat goes on>>>>>>>,
    skybill

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    1. Steve Goodman wrote a song called "You Never Call Me By My Name". David Allan Coe took it to the radio and jukebox.

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  7. Opeth - sometimes you just need Mikael Akerfeldt's growl.

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  8. Judas Priest-Painkiller
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM__lPTWThU

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  9. Golden Earring's Radar Love, on repeat.

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  10. Excellent pick, my favorite Triumph song. Local H - Bound for the Floor.

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  11. Beethoven's Seventh. Or, Hey Man Nice Shot and whatever YT suggests after that. Or Everything in its Right Place + suggestions.

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  12. Molly Hatchet, Flirtin’ With Disaster album

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