What are you listening to RIGHT NOW?

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  1. jimbo333

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    Wow! How things have changed for Clint, I had no idea:shock:

    I still remember him from the late 1980's in PWEI singing the likes of Def Con One, There is No Love Between Us Anymore and Beaver Patrol!
     
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    Great choice my friend
    I also enjoy. 1970' s prog rock and I was just enjoying again that masterpiece from King Crimson called EPITAPH
    Do you know them?'
     
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    My God!!! I AM LISTENING TO EPITAPHE!!!!
    Do we have a special connection? I Guess it is magic 70
     
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    I was listening to this song yesterday, by the great Deep Purple

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jh0iihjANPc

    Highway Star rocks
     
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    LOL, I am listening to Symphony No 5 (Slovak Phil Orch).
     
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    Are you kidding me? I listened to it this morning, that´s either Paranoid, Highway to Star or Black Dog to start off my day¡¡¡
     
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    Stone Cold fever, by Humble Pie (Marriot,Frampton,Ridley and Shirley), probably the most underrated rock and roll band.One of the best.
     
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    Freebird, Lynnird Skynnird
     
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    Thanks Kiki. I've heard a lot about King Crimson and read about them but really never got into them. They are obviously very talented. As far as classical progressive rock, I like Yes and the Moody Blues. Yet, I go for that Zeppelin sound more than any other. It's very good for the soul.
     
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    Yes,Yes are great, but also are Rush,Pink Floyd and, of course, King Crimson as far as progressive is cocnerned.I also enjoyed quite a lot Kansas and ELP, but not at the level of the first ones.

    I was listening to Lynnird, great band, maybe the best southern band ever.

    of course, the sound of Lep Zepp is just absolutley unique.If I had a 39 degree fever in the midst of a storm, and heard that bass line, that vocals, those guitars riffs and, of course, that absolutley amazing drum beating, I knew they were Led Zepp.
     
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    BTW Borgnº1, I just listened again "Since I´ve been loving you" of Zeppelin.

    What do you think of that ?
     
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    That's an amazing song from them. I think that they were "old souls". Great song. How about these beautiful tunes?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBHPcAv1TC4 (Bron Yr Aur)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54lamZeaWAo (Tangerine)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8x0jIP9EPY (Celebration Day)

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    ^^^Can't remember who but some guy actually got me into Zeppelin on these boards a couple of weeks ago. I like them.



    Currently listening to Breath - Breaking Benjamin.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2S5iNb-DTE
     
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    I grew up listening to Led Zep. Had almost all their albums but I think I loved Physical Graffiti the most. It had Custard Pie. Can;t remember the others... possibly In my time of Dying ...
     
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    You are my soul bro, Mister.Tangerine, is just one of the most wonderful, liric and simple songs.Only true genious , musician feeling can get to it.Celebration Day is great but not a top Zepp song for my taste.

    You know, that part of the Zepp story, i just was reading to it YESTERDAY¡¡¡ when posting with you.amazing.I have the whole e book in my favourite section and I´ll eventually come back to it.

    You know, the reason there were many many waves of unique bands and a mixture of styles and will to experience and make a leap from one stage to another, I just came to conclusion it is becasue there was passion, love for music, no technology and managers to order you what to do and, most of all, they were really musicians at the basis...

    BTW, " Misty Mountain" " far away and over the hills" and, of course "Thank you" are also among my faves
     
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    ...KASHMIR¡¡¡ TRAMPLED UNDER FOOT¡¡¡ HOLLY HOUSES¡¡¡ WANTON SONG¡¡¡

    I also love " Achilles last Stand", their last masterpiece.
     
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    There is only One God and there are 4 godden devil profets
     
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    Ramble On.Robert singing with that preadolsecent pitch with that unique spelling and sense of syncopation...JPJ anchoring the band with bass lines, Bonzo, just Bonzo and Jimmy as usual, the soul of himself.
     
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    Gorgeous night over here. Ambient music and a cigarette, all is well with the world.
     
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    Fallout Boy - New Save Rock and Roll Album, pretty damn good album. Only like 2 songs that are so-so, but the rest is awesome!
     
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    MGMT and foster the people, good stuff. Anyone know any solid indie rock bands?
     
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    amazingly well done...btw which job was that?
     
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    I was just listening to Sigur Rós, but now I am listening to "Road to Rouen" by Supergrass.
     
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    I am currently listening to Of Monsters and Men, because that is what is being played in my house.
     
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