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What Are You Listening To - The Reckoning

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Bugs Henderson live.

 

 

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Live in 1974

 


 

Only Love Can Break Your Heart-0:00 

Almost Cut My Hair-3:32

Grave Concern-11:17

Old Man-14:40

Johnny's Garden-18:36

Our House-22:20

Deja Vu-26:08

Pushed It Over The End-34:07

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Down by the jetty

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Another new track from the Monkees' new album. Very nice! :) 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7iLFuapeY8&list=PL6y1s8Ewp9aOi7xiyxTyz0lItVIBTDjZb&index=27

 

I don't know if the above link will work. It's ages since I tried this.

 

The album is John Cale's "Paris 1919". It's probably featured here before, if so, sorry.

 

I first came across it when my brother went on his travels and left his albums at home in the early 70s. This was one of his albums and I just fell in love with it. How on Earth does a hell-raiser with the Velvet Underground suddenly produce such a melodic, peaceful, beautiful album? This track is my favourite - "Andalucia". Enjoy.

 

edit: Link seems to work. Now, how do I post the album cover pic?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7iLFuapeY8&list=PL6y1s8Ewp9aOi7xiyxTyz0lItVIBTDjZb&index=27

 

I don't know if the above link will work. It's ages since I tried this.

 

The album is John Cale's "Paris 1919". It's probably featured here before, if so, sorry.

 

I first came across it when my brother went on his travels and left his albums at home in the early 70s. This was one of his albums and I just fell in love with it. How on Earth does a hell-raiser with the Velvet Underground suddenly produce such a melodic, peaceful, beautiful album? This track is my favourite - "Andalucia". Enjoy.

 

edit: Link seems to work. Now, how do I post the album cover pic?

I do love the first track from that album especially. Your post has provoked me to finally order the CD, despite first hearing it at least 10 years ago.

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I switched over from the French Open Tennis to Gymnastics on the BBC, and was reminded that GB's very own jumping bean Claudia Fragapane does her floor routine to this...

 

 

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Imagine, if you will, that you were equidistant between the studios where The Who were recording Baba O'Reilly and Madonna was recording Like a Virgin. Then you might hear this...

 

 

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Featured in Season 1 finale of The Americans

 

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The head on the door

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The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time out. Long time since I listened to this, but a warm sunny afternoon is just right for it.

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Sat on my own in t'garden.... glass o' cab sauv.... the cure in me earoyles turned up to 11.... sorted.

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The head on the door

 

Featuring one of the great intros in music - Push.

 

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Seventies Malaysian psych-pop group Truck. Actually rather good. 

 

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Charles Mingus ... Ah Um

Great album!

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Great album!

Wonderful, listening on my headphones I've been told off three times already to stop tapping my foot by the wife

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Great album!

Oops .... I did it again ... No Britney Spears pun intended

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Charles Mingus ... Ah Um

Love the sax solo by Booker Ervin on Pork Pie Hat

 

Watching Klute on TV and the disco scene reminded me of this. I think it was Minnie Ripperton's recording debut.

 

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