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What are you listening to right now?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Alex, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. jb welder

    jb welder

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    Some real sweet looking Schecter and Italia guitars & bass. Time to go do some virtual tire kicking. :)
    If they leave her back in the corner like that for live shows, they've got holes in their heads.

     
  2. zontar

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    When I taught I had a band do this--it was a good challenge for the level they were at--but one they could do with some practice.
     
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  3. zontar

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    Walkin' Blues Roy Rogers
     
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  4. Milkman

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    I’ve been listening to various versions of this one lately.

     
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  5. Steadfastly

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    I feel it in.....................

     
  6. Steadfastly

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    Two of my favourite female voices.

     
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  7. nbs2005

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    I've started listening to a lot of Dave Alvin again. Even though for listening, I tend to be more alt country at the moment; his playing is just about the perfect mix of country/blues/rock sound that I'd like my playing to emulate.

     
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  8. Dorian2

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    What a pure tone Underwood has. Sheesh.
     
  9. Doug Gifford

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    Will be accompanying a singer/alto sax on the pipe organ next week. So I'm listening to these folks, realizing that a sightly different approach may be called for… But wow anyway.

     
  10. Milkman

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    As long as you don’t mind the twang. Personally I’ll take Ann.
     
  11. Lola

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    Why has this band not claimed world wide fame?
    I can’t figure it out. Is it because they sound similar to AC/DC. Idk but I love them. They have inspired me to start learning some new stuff. Great for shovelling the snow we just got! Hardcore house cleaning and shovelling snow today. Great multi chore music. There songs are not complicated and are fairly easy to learn.

    Notice Lemmy.

     
  12. Wardo

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  13. Wardo

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    I'm just a shit kickin hill billy singer but I listen to a lot of that kinda stuff. I prefer the earlier panzaroti material from before he got over the top well known; either his voice was stronger then or the recordings were better but there's a noticeable difference.
     
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  14. Steadfastly

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    Humour time.

     
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  15. greco

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    From Wien (Vienna), Austria...
     
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