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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngZh6ZSRoYg
    no one sings like this anymore

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    Don't panic. Just stay calm, and reload....

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    Strangeland
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    Chi Chi, get the yayo

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    Listening to the Replacements and wondering why I ever listen to anything else.

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    David Byrne's 60th birthday, so I put on his "Uh-oh".

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    "Money Changes Everything"--the original by The Brains and a later live Tom Grey (sp?) version.

    Also, a bunch of versions of "It's a Mans World" and "I Can't Make You Love Me."
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    gram parsons' solo albums and stuff he did with the flying burrito brothers and the byrds
    I'm 37, I'm not old....Well, I can't just call you 'man'

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    My Grace internet radio...1000's of available stations throughout the world.

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    Jack White - Blunderbuss on vinyl.
    All evidence has been buried,
    All tapes have been erased,
    But your footsteps give you away.

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    I really love easy listening music so I listen to that mostly,

    Ettore Stratta and The Royal Philharmonic
    Symphonic Boleros
    Symphonic Tango

    Wonderful and relaxing music

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    Time travelling tonight.
    All I ask is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy.

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    Some Bee Gees in memory of Robin


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    DIY Signature Kit. Some Assembly Required.
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    Phil Collins (and everyone else) had no business covering this song...
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    Was on my way out to mow the lawn this evening but stopped to hear "Shangri La" by the Kinks off of "Arthur" which was in the CD player. Perhaps listening to the Davies brothers vocal capabilities is an acquired taste but the drumming on this particular song is quite tasty when played on a good system and the irony of materialism in Great Britain of the late 1960s is delivered in typical Kinks pithy style. Their album "Arthur" is still worthwhile.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08aNFX1Rx8I

    Now that you've found your paradise
    This is your kingdom to command
    You can go outside and polish your car
    Or sit by the fire in your Shangri-la

    Here's your reward for working so hard
    Gone on the lavatories in the back yard
    Gone all the days when you dreamed of that car
    You just want to sit in your shangri-la

    Put on your slippers and sit by the fire
    You've reached your top and you just can't get any higher
    You're in your place and you know where you are
    In your Shangri-la
    Sit back in your old rocking chair
    You need not worry, you need not care
    You can't go anywhere
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la

    The little man who gets the train
    Has got a mortgage hanging over his head
    But he's too scared to complain
    'Cause he's conditioned that way
    Time goes by and he pays off his debts
    Got a T.V set and a radio
    For seven Shillings a week
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la

    All the houses on the street have got a name
    'Cause all the houses in the street they look the same
    Same chimney pots, same little cars, same window panes
    The neighbors call to tell you things that you should know
    They say their lines, they drink their tea, and then they go
    They tell your business in another Shangri-la
    The gas bills and the water rates, and payments on the car
    Too scared to think about how insecure you are
    Life ain't so happy in your little Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la la la la la la la la la

    Put on your slippers and sit by the fire
    You've reached your top and you just can't get any higher
    You're in your place and you know where you are
    In your Shangri-la
    Sit back in your old rocking chair
    You need not worry, you need not care
    You can't go anywhere
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la
    Shangri-la

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    Here's an obscure off-the-wall, YouTube-only, almost-but-not-quite-nearly Beatles tune, "Sour Milk Sea." George Harrison wrote it and gave it to Jackie Lomax who released it for a minor hit at the time. Musicians performing include Harrison on slide and rhythm guitar, Eric Clapton on lead guitar, Paul McCartney on bass guitar, Nicky Hopkins on keyboards, and Ringo Starr on drums.

    This mash-up was cobbled together by someone taking the Jackie Lomax released version of the song, scrubbing the vocals, and substituting a studio outtake of an acoustical version with Harrison doing the vocals and mixing the whole thing together. My son rigged a decent little speaker/sub-woofer system to our computer which helps us enjoy listening to music off the computer.

    It comes off sounding pretty good considering. If the Beatles had performed the tune, it would have been a great addition to the "White Album." "Revolution No. 9" could have been scrapped in favor of this Harrison song with still more room for another tune.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPgqs...eature=related

    For a comparative listen here's the original with Jackie Lomax singing. The instrumentals do sound better.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5XY1...eature=related

    The lyrics in case they prove difficult to catch.

    "If your life's not right, doesn't satisfy you
    Don't get the breaks like some of us do
    Better work it out; find where you've gone wrong
    Better do it soon as you don't have long

    Get out of sour milk sea
    You don't belong there
    Get back to where you should be
    Find out whats going on there

    If you want the most from everything you do
    In the shortest time your dreams come true
    In no time at all it makes you more aware
    Very simple process takes you there

    Get out of sour milk sea
    You don't belong there
    Get back to where you should be
    Find out whats going on there

    Looking for release from limitation?
    There's nothing much without illumination
    Can fool-around with every different cult
    There's only one way brings result

    Get out of sour milk sea
    You don't belong there
    Get back to where you should be
    Find out whats going on there."
    Last edited by noelekal; 05-24-2012 at 08:14 AM.

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    Good grief! What were they thinking, not including a Beatles version on the White Album? Oh, well, they were trying to get Apple Corps off the ground, so why not give it away?
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    I woulda worn my tuxedo but my Polo pony ate it!!!

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    Does it have to be music? Right now listening to:

    Just A Minute on BBC Radio 4 (Well, on the iPlayer, missed it earlier)...
    -Cheapo

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