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well, right now, we are listening
to some titles i have already posted.
is duplication acceptable in this thread?

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Title says: What are you listening right now?
So dupes allowed.
I listen this moment:

Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that. George Carlin

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 If a lot of people listen to Slayer, the world would be a better place to live" - Tommy Wiseau

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Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that. George Carlin

 Anyone offended by my signature please fill Complaint Form. Thank you.

 If a lot of people listen to Slayer, the world would be a better place to live" - Tommy Wiseau

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Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that. George Carlin

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 If a lot of people listen to Slayer, the world would be a better place to live" - Tommy Wiseau

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and we really, really like slide guitar:

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Some shit kicking music. Yee Haw!
https://youtu.be/__HPfmvaWRw

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“The Year of the Cat”: nice to be reminded that pop songs can be poetic, intelligent, and have a good melody. That’s one of my favorite radio tunes from the 70’s.

"However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light." - Stanley Kubrick

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NorthernHarrier wrote:
“The Year of the Cat”: nice to be reminded that pop songs can be poetic, intelligent, and have a good melody. That’s one of my favorite radio tunes from the 70’s.

One of the top songs on my list that I don’t get tired of listening.

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Damn hippies my father used to say.

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Yeah that’s the face.

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timbo114 wrote:

Funny, they look like a younger John Ashton and Ron Palillo. LOL

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WOW
They certainly do have the resemblance.

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Those are/were very talented hippies. Fagen has a live album coming out soon, I think(?).

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"The Ghost of Tom Joad"

Tom Morello and the Musicians of MusiCorps

Music Heals: A Special Benefit Concert To Aid the Wounded Veterans of MusiCorps
DAR, Constitution Hall, Washington, Friday, 2015-Oct-16

 

Here is Tom Morello, accompanied by wounded veterans from MusiCorps, playing his rendition of "The Ghost of Tom Joad." If you look closely, you'll also see Roger Waters and G.E. Smith in the band, but neither is featured in this song.

Tom plays two solos. In the first, he turns off most of his effects, and plays "clean" on a guitar duet with one of the vets. In the second, Morello gets back on his pedals and just plain shreds, playing the solo he played with Bruce Springsteen at the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary Concert.

Earlier this year, Morello described creating this arrangement in an entertaining interview with Howard Stern.

 

 

"The Ghost of Tom Joad" is a latter-day classic by Bruce Springsteen. Penned in the 1990s, it was inspired both by John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" and Woody Guthrie's "The Ballad of Tom Joad." It tells a story set in the modern day about a man who is "searchin' for the ghost of Tom Joad." The powerful third verse paraphrases Steinbeck's "Wherever there's a..." speech from "Grapes."

 

Rage Against the Machine

Turns out Tom Morello has been playing "Ghost" for a long time, going all the way back to his early days with Rage Against the Machine. Although the version below is quite different from the one above, it is well worth a listen.

 

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Hippie genius

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