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Amon Tobin presents Stone Giants - West Coast Love Stories, here's the playlist

 

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Goes back to antecedents of synth-pop with Dell Shannon (Runaway) , The Tornados (Telstar) , Delia Derbyshire (Dr. Who Theme), and others.

 

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Watched that one a couple of weeks ago.  Good stuff!

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Listening to this great album by Dion. He has a different  all-star cast on each song. 

Joe Bonamassa, Eric  Clapton, Peter Frampton, Bruce Springsteen, G.E. Smith.

Stand out tunes for me are the ones with G.E. Smith (killer little ditty!) and Peter Frampton playing some great blues

But really, almost every song is worth at least a listen.

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13 minutes ago, Grem said:

Listening to this great album by Dion. He has a different  all-star cast on each song. 

Joe Bonamassa, Eric  Clapton, Peter Frampton, Bruce Springsteen, G.E. Smith.

Stand out tunes for me are the ones with G.E. Smith (killer little ditty!) and Peter Frampton playing some great blues

But really, almost every song is worth at least a listen.

Nice list of talent there!   Kanye was turned away at the door! 😁

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Here's To Life - Shirley Horn

She can sing a song slower than anyone I know and still keep it interesting. She is also an accomplished pianist.

 

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On 4/9/2022 at 9:20 AM, Grem said:

Listening to this great album by Dion. He has a different  all-star cast on each song. 

Joe Bonamassa, Eric  Clapton, Peter Frampton, Bruce Springsteen, G.E. Smith.

Stand out tunes for me are the ones with G.E. Smith (killer little ditty!) and Peter Frampton playing some great blues

But really, almost every song is worth at least a listen.

I'm gigging today, but I'll listen later. I've liked his work since "Bronx In Blue"

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I'm not really fond of the song itself, but Eva Cassidy takes some twists with the melody to make it quite nice, and accompanies herself on the guitar brilliantly. The way she does it, I actually like the song. Great performance.

 

 

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