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  • Originally posted by HankAndLeeStamper View Post

    WOW. I knew this bored was full of musical cognoscenti, but I have long believed I was the only person on earth to know this song, based on my equally strong belief that I was the only person on earth who bought this Little Steven album when it came out back in the 80s..... Where have you gone deseparecido?
    The song gets played a lot on our local community radio station. And Jackson's intro left out the first thing I think about Van Zandt--one of the original Asbury Jukes.

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    • Jackson has been doing it for a long time so that's how I know it.

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        • Hermeto Pascoal - water music

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              • This is something we recorded a while ago that I just ran into again. Now that I am using headphones with my computer, I appreciated the mix done by Bayou Rambler Eric Heigle more that I did before.

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                • The Save Tip's benefit is re-broadcasting now on Youtube. I don't know if the donation links are still up and running, but I'll know when my confirmation comes thru.

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                    • As Marshall Bruce Mathers III. said 'Nobody listen to techno, so let's go'...



                      Maybe you excuse my little weakness.

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                      • polecat ftw

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                        • Piano for elephants:

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                          • Can I use this thread for an audio-only track?

                            Galactic drops a Christmas song: https://orcd.co/galactic-christmas
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                            • Lola Versus Powerman’ 50th Anniversary official release

                              2020 Stereo Remaster

                              With a comic book video.


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                              • 1938, a young woman stands playing in the centre of the screen, confident and beautiful. In a long white dress, cinched at the waist, she walks around the dance floor as if she owns it and the camera pans to the audience looking on admiringly. The orchestra keeps pace with her as her fingers fly over the keys. It is a masterful performance.

                                And one that has been almost entirely forgotten. Indeed, even in the history of female jazz, this performance is rarely mentioned, yet it was groundbreaking at the time.

                                The woman is Dolly Jones, credited in the film as Doli Armenra, and no one who ever saw her perform doubted that she could play. Her wild talent and "hot" style of playing meant that she came to be admired by Doc Cheatham, who's playing she influenced, and Roy Eldridge, amongst others.
                                ...
                                In 1926, Dolly made history when she became the first female trumpet player to record a jazz record, as part of Albert Wynn's Gut Bucket Five.
                                More: https://reverb.com/news/spotlight-on...azz-trumpeter?
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