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No, I have no money. :P

Hope you saved away $20.00 ;)

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My favorites also there...

Not familiar though with Lonnie brooks ( I'll have to youtube him out :lol: )....here's some more I listen to blues man that you most likely heard of....

Luther Allison ( blows me away ) ;)

King Ernest ( no many albums out but good stuff....was around for a while before his passing)

Sue Foley

LiL' Ed & the blues imperials

Charlie Musselwhite

Albert King

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i'd rather listen to albert than anyone, but he's not my favorite performer by any means. (don't ask :lol: )

lonnie is absolutely authentic though. whatever he plays is his. that's why i love the guy's music. it may not be the best music, but it's him.

king i never heard of or foley either.

lil ed. oh yeah!

charlie musselwhite is a great starter blues artist- to my mind.

yep

i just bought a leather jacket like that one. :D

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king i never heard of or foley either.

Their not that big or popular as the others mentioned....but they play the blues.B)

i just bought a leather jacket like that one. :D

Cool man :D

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Cool man :D

NEVER, but NEVER show your horse you know how to work. it's worse than playing fetch. he's going to rip it shreds before the winter is over with his sad eyes pointing in the wrong direction. :D:rolleyes:

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Watched Sam Roberts Band at the concert hall last night,I really do like them,quite a distinctive sound.GO HABS GO :lol: :lol:

Yep...he can rock with the best.

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I'd be willing to bet that most people here havent heard of a lot of the bands/artists I listen to :lol:

You may be surprised... As long as it's not techno, house, dance or rap, I probably have heard them. Not saying I like them, but probably heard them.

Use to be heavy in the music scene in the 90's. Played with a lot of bands who are known today.

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And they are .?

You may be surprised... As long as it's not techno, house, dance or rap, I probably have heard them. Not saying I like them, but probably heard them.

Use to be heavy in the music scene in the 90's. Played with a lot of bands who are known today.

Let us know & we'll let you know. :)

FS, I do listen to a fair bit of rap. Such as John Robinson, Mic Boyd, CRS and Tyler The Creator. But also the ones you have heard of like Biggie, Eminem and Tupac.

Also a lot of pop punk like The Wonder Years, Set Your Goals, Four Year Strong and Comeback Kid.

I listen to some rock and 90's-early 2000's pop punk that a lot of you definitely know like Blink-182, Treble Charger, Third Eye Blind and Nine Days. I love that older 90's-2000 stuff.

Blink-182 and Oasis are my favorite bands of all time !! And (it's kind of random) I like Ronan Keating :P

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More recent listenings:

Albert Ayler - Spiritual Unity

Tom Waits - Swordfishtrombones

Maria Tanase - Malédiction d' Amour

Nara Leão - Dez Anos Depois

Arthur Russell - World of Echo

Steve Reich - Drumming, Music for 18 Musicians

Abe Schwartz - Klezmer King

John Zorn - Naked City

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Not Captain Beefheart? ;)

Go back a couple of pages to check the last time I posted. :)

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Found it!

Captain Beefheart - Trout Mask Replica, Lick My Decals Off Baby, Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller), Doc at the Radar Station

Kate Bush - The Dreaming, Hounds of Love

Charles Mingus - The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

Eric Dolphy - Out to Lunch

Frank Zappa - Hot Rats, Overnite Sensation, Grand Wazoo

Meredith Monk - Dolmen Music, Book of Days

Diamanda Galas - Plague Mass, Divine Punishment

Dead Can Dance - Spleen and Ideal, Within the Realm of a Dying Sun

Cocteau Twins - Treasure

Tom Waits - Rain Dogs

Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel, Peter Gabriel III

Faust - Faust IV

Henry Cow - Unrest, In Praise of Learning

Art Bears - Winter Songs, The World as it is Today

Slapp Happy - Slapp Happy or Slapp Happy, Slapp Happy & Henry Cow

Kraftwerk - Computer World, Man Machine

Gentle Giant - Acquiring the Taste

Van der Graaf Generator - He is to He Who Am the Only One

Caravan - In the Land of Grey and Pink

Iannis Xenakis - Metastasis

Edgard Varese - Ionisation, Deserts

Igot Stravinski - Rites of Spring

I could be here for hours, but these are a few records I've listening to in heavy rotation for the past 4-5 months.

Oooo, you listed even "The Grand Wazoo"!!! My favourite FZ album!

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Oooo, you listed even "The Grand Wazoo"!!! My favourite FZ album!

I think that one and Hot Rats trade places for favorite depending on mood.

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