What have you been listening to?

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Mike Scott

Grateful Dead - "Skull and Roses" Live album 50th Anniversary Ed. CDs.


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geezer butler

was out BBQing and listening to 70s playlist

War: Slippin' Into Darkness
Led Zeppelin: Misty Mountain Hop
Alice Cooper: You Drive Me Nervous
Foghat: I Just Want to Make Love to You
Black Sabbath: Sweet Leaf
ZZ Top: Just Got Paid
Humble Pie: Stone Cold Fever
The Who: Baba O'Riley
Pink Floyd: Time
James Gang: Walk Away
Deep Purple: Space Truckin'
Jethro Tull: Locomotive Breath
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Workin' for MCA
Robin Trower: Bridge of Sighs
REO Speedwagon: Down by the Dam
Rick Derringer: Rock and Roll Hoochiecoo
AC/DC: Jailbreak
Nazareth: Razamanaz
David Bowie: Panic in Detroit
Kiss: Nothin' to Lose

marsattacks666

Quote from: geezer butler on July 10, 2022, 12:50:01 AM
was out BBQing and listening to 70s playlist

War: Slippin' Into Darkness
Led Zeppelin: Misty Mountain Hop
Alice Cooper: You Drive Me Nervous
Foghat: I Just Want to Make Love to You
Black Sabbath: Sweet Leaf
ZZ Top: Just Got Paid
Humble Pie: Stone Cold Fever
The Who: Baba O'Riley
Pink Floyd: Time
James Gang: Walk Away
Deep Purple: Space Truckin'
Jethro Tull: Locomotive Breath
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Workin' for MCA
Robin Trower: Bridge of Sighs
REO Speedwagon: Down by the Dam
Rick Derringer: Rock and Roll Hoochiecoo
AC/DC: Jailbreak
Nazareth: Razamanaz
David Bowie: Panic in Detroit
Kiss: Nothin' to Lose
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Lunkenstein

Santana: Santana III

Always loved its album cover.
   
Paul

marsattacks666

Black Sabbath-Heaven and Hell(1980)
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Lunkenstein

George Harrison: All Things Must Pass - So many great songs on that first album.

Robben Ford: The Inside Story - When I saw George Harrison live in 1974, Robben Ford was part of his touring band. Great guitarist. Billy Preston was also with him.

Creedence Clearwater Revival: Cosmo's Factory
Paul

marsattacks666

The Ramones- Rocket to Russia(1977)
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Lunkenstein

Ron Grainer: The Omega Man (Original Music Soundtrack) - Absolutely wonderful score from Ron Grainer, even if short segments resemble his main theme from The Prisoner. I sure miss when films had great scores. Most current films are so drab with dull, thoughtless stuff.

Franz Waxman: The Bride of Frankenstein (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

Bernard Herrmann: Journey To The Center Of The Earth Soundtrack

Joe Walsh: So What
Paul

Mike Scott

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Quote from: Lunkenstein on August 13, 2022, 11:17:37 PM
Franz Waxman: The Bride of Frankenstein (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

Bernard Herrmann: Journey To The Center Of The Earth Soundtrack

Love 'em both! I have modern ('70s or later) re-recordings.
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Lunkenstein

Quote from: Mike Scott on August 14, 2022, 01:06:09 AM
Quote from: Lunkenstein on August 13, 2022, 11:17:37 PM
Franz Waxman: The Bride of Frankenstein (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

Bernard Herrmann: Journey To The Center Of The Earth Soundtrack [/quote

Love 'em both! I have modern ('70s or later) re-recordings.

Sometimes ya just gotta listen to classic movie music. I remember wearing out my PLANET OF THE APES LP back in '68. Still one of my very favorites.
Paul

marsattacks666

Moxie-Boxie-I lick your Naughty Lovepump.
From the 1982 LP Sh***in' in Outer Space 1999
Louis Cypher Records LTD
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Mike Scott

Quote from: Lunkenstein on August 14, 2022, 02:23:39 PM
Sometimes ya just gotta listen to classic movie music. I remember wearing out my PLANET OF THE APES LP back in '68. Still one of my very favorites.

Mine too! Pretty much love all Goldsmith.  :)
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Haunted hearse

Soundtracks from "Comedy of Terrors" and "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken".
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Mike Scott

Country Joe and the Fish - Electric Music for the Mind and Body

Country Joe and the Fish - I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die

The 2013 Vanguard remasters.
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