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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lange
    Collective Soul - Where the River Flows
    Ahh, CS's self-titled album is too excellent. Their new stuff isn't quite up to par, though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by macarthur
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidjmedlock
    Ahh, CS's self-titled album is too excellent. Their new stuff isn't quite up to par, though...
    I like most of their stuff actually, including their new stuff, though I much prefered Dosage over Blender.
    Who walks the stairs without a care
    It shoots so high in the sky.
    Bounce up and down just like a clown.
    Everyone knows its Slinky.

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    Counting Crows - Murder of One

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lange
    I like most of their stuff actually, including their new stuff, though I much prefered Dosage over Blender.
    Dosage was not bad. I was disappointed in Blender, though. I saw these guys play at Dancin' in the District and the live performance wasn't what I thought it should be...

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    Been listening to these songs all day, gotta learn them all by tomorrow for 2 shows I'm playing. This is all I'm listening too.

    Johnny Cash - Funny how time slips away.
    DMB - Cover of Funny how time slips away.
    Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
    Bill Withers - Momma's Trippin

    And then for the other band:
    1) TURN THE PAGE-BOB SEIGER
    2) PINK HOUSES-MELLANCAMP
    3) KEEP ON ROCKIN IN THE FREE WORLD- NEIL YOUNG
    4) LA WOMAN- DOORS

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    Outlandish - Aicha, a really beautiful song...
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    The new The Who - Live at Royal Albert's Hall

    Awesome CD

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    "MuDvAyNe - Mercy, Severity"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleys
    The new The Who - Live at Royal Albert's Hall

    Awesome CD
    A few days ago there was a concert of them on tv as well (on the BBC). Don't know if it was that one, but their music was pretty good. I've been considering buying their CD...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleys
    The new The Who - Live at Royal Albert's Hall

    Awesome CD [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]

    The new The Who ?? whats that?
    The Who as i know them is pete townshend, john entwistle, roger daltrey and keith moon, and keith died in 78 and john in 02 the day before they were to begin their U.S tour..
    the best records were Tommy and whos next both when keith were alive..but thats maybe because im a percussionist too and keith is the best that has ever been

    anyway listening to Lene Marlin - you weren't there (newest single)
    Who's to doom when the judge himself is dragged before the bar


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    This was a sort of for charity event recorded at Royal Albert Hall in 2000 (though it comes with a special 4 song bonus disc from 2002). The first disc is all The Who (minus Keith). The second disc starts off accoustic The Who, then they start bringing out special guests. Four songs with Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) on vocals, a couple of song with Bryan Adams, and one with Noel Gallagher (Oasis) on guitar... and some other guests.

    It's really quite awesome

    I recommend it. It was just released last month.

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    Meatloaf - Bat out of Hell (hence the custom title)

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    Cool session work

    Stanley Clarke - Rock 'N' Roll Jelly [featuring Jeff Beck and Carmine Appice] (4.7 MB .mp3)

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    *** Groove armada - Edge hill
    *** A forest mighty black - Fresh in my mind


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleys
    This was a sort of for charity event recorded at Royal Albert Hall in 2000 (though it comes with a special 4 song bonus disc from 2002). The first disc is all The Who (minus Keith). The second disc starts off accoustic The Who, then they start bringing out special guests. Four songs with Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) on vocals, a couple of song with Bryan Adams, and one with Noel Gallagher (Oasis) on guitar... and some other guests.

    It's really quite awesome [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]

    I recommend it. It was just released last month.
    ahh, now I know it. I saw it at the store earlier this summer. but I dident buy it because I love keith's strangely placed rolls and hits and his offbeat style of playing wich disappeared in their music when he died.


    Listening to Tom Green - Salmon Song (Awesome)
    Who's to doom when the judge himself is dragged before the bar



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