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    So, what are you listening too now?

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    I go though phases and revisit some of the older stuff I haven't listened to in a while. Lately I have really gotten into the early 60's Ray Price walking' bass country shuffle.
    Great songwriting, twin fiddles, awesome steel guitar work. It's a groove all it's own and I love it!

    What have y'all been listening to lately?
    I was country before they took the O out.

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    I've been listening to John D Loudermilk all week. He knew how to write a song or 20!
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    I've been listening to and examining movie sound tracks.
    ♫♪♫ I have a fever and the cure is cowbell ♫♪♫ .......... *LIVE FREE OR DIE* .......... ♫ I'm all ears ♫

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    Janis Joplin Live. I don't know what concert, when or where, but the trip back in time is enjoyable.

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    Some EDM, revisiting older tunes I missed, M.A.R.S., MC Stereo, going through some Bluegrass tunes, Some Chet Akins, EDM productions, I am kind of all over the place just getting thoughts and ideas.
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    If I ever screw around and Listen to "strawberry fields forever" or "the ballad of John and Yoko" I'm on a Beatles kick for a while.
    Certain songs trigger it for me....usually the more obscure songs
    Like if I hear "trampled underfoot" or "the crunge" I'm on Led Zep for a while.
    I was country before they took the O out.

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    Steven Wilson.

    I know, you've never heard of him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by moresound View Post
    I've been listening to and examining movie sound tracks.


    Especially sound tracks from film maker Sergio Leone. Scored by Ennio Morricone. The Good, the bad and the ugly and Once Upon a Time In The West.
    Unbelievable writing!!!! Songs start out with a simple melody from a single instrument then builds into an epic composition - True Genius!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moresound View Post
    Especially sound tracks from film maker Sergio Leone. Scored by Ennio Morricone. The Good, the bad and the ugly and Once Upon a Time In The West.
    Unbelievable writing!!!! Songs start out with a simple melody from a single instrument then builds into an epic composition - True Genius!!
    "the good, the bad, and the ugly" had a very cool soundtrack. One small riff from that soundtrack ( the warbley whistle leading into 3 trumpet notes) has become the definitive western gunslinger riff
    I was country before they took the O out.

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    I'm bouncing around. The latest is some Mudvayne, old Iron Maiden and Rage Against the Machine. Last week it was Rob Zombie, Eagles and Volbeat.

    oh... and Lawrence Welk.
    Love the bubbles.

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