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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:01 PM
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OK, so as I hear it, Jack White is a child of classic rock. I hear Stones, Springsteen, Neil, Zep, Queen, Bowie. Definitely Bowie.

So is that a good thing or not? Is it merely copying the past or taking the foundations of past sound and moving forward with it in a "next generational" way?

Hmmmmm. Interesting stuff, music is.



I see him more as a punk-blues rocker.

If you've seen "It Might Get Loud" with him, the Edge and Jimmy Page, he has
a pretty good understanding of blooze and classic rock

He went for an alternative sound/style with the White Stripes but was more in the
classic blues rock vein with the Raconteurs

haven't had a chance to hear his solo album though



Well, I'm just talking about this solo album. He gets SO much hype, and have always had this instinct to not even bother with the things that are the most hyped. I'm just giving it a spin to see for myself. From bagpipes to death metal, I'll listen to anything once.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:01 PM
any and all pain flat out sucks

hope those dealing with it feel better

 

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OK, so as I hear it, Jack White is a child of classic rock. I hear Stones, Springsteen, Neil, Zep, Queen, Bowie. Definitely Bowie.

So is that a good thing or not? Is it merely copying the past or taking the foundations of past sound and moving forward with it in a "next generational" way?

Hmmmmm. Interesting stuff, music is.


No Stooges or MC5 he's been known to talk up those bands

 

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Got a slew of relatives coming in the next few days, some to KC for the first time. They all want BBQ. It's possible I'll be having BBQ 4 days in a row.

Sometimes I wish this town was famous for salad.



I'm currently eating a salad, but would rather be having barbecue. Considering going to the Bacon Festival at the Iowa State Fair...Iowa is a bacon lovers paradise....Mmmmm bacon. I love Hy=Vee's Thick Cut Peppered Bacon - it's to die for and may aid in the process, but I love it just the same.


Let's fry up some bacon and dip it in some Maytag!


Great now I want a BLT. Did have a chicken and bacon wrap yesterday


Wott you need is a BLT with my Maytag Blue Cheese Dip instead of mayo. I'm tellin' ya. I've done it and it's great! Yerry knows wott he's talkin' bout.


Oh man. Now I want some wings with Keety's Dip.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:02 PM
Anyone here ever been to England?
 
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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:03 PM
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OK, so as I hear it, Jack White is a child of classic rock. I hear Stones, Springsteen, Neil, Zep, Queen, Bowie. Definitely Bowie.

So is that a good thing or not? Is it merely copying the past or taking the foundations of past sound and moving forward with it in a "next generational" way?

Hmmmmm. Interesting stuff, music is.


No Stooges or MC5 he's been known to talk up those bands


There seems to be a mix of everything. Lots of piano. A very Stones/Queen piano sound, at least to my ears.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:04 PM
DirecTV and Viacom need to get their s--t straightened out. I need a Palladia fix.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:04 PM
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OK, so as I hear it, Jack White is a child of classic rock. I hear Stones, Springsteen, Neil, Zep, Queen, Bowie. Definitely Bowie.

So is that a good thing or not? Is it merely copying the past or taking the foundations of past sound and moving forward with it in a "next generational" way?

Hmmmmm. Interesting stuff, music is.



I see him more as a punk-blues rocker.

If you've seen "It Might Get Loud" with him, the Edge and Jimmy Page, he has
a pretty good understanding of blooze and classic rock

He went for an alternative sound/style with the White Stripes but was more in the
classic blues rock vein with the Raconteurs

haven't had a chance to hear his solo album though



Well, I'm just talking about this solo album. He gets SO much hype, and have always had this instinct to not even bother with the things that are the most hyped. I'm just giving it a spin to see for myself. From bagpipes to death metal, I'll listen to anything once.


when the need to hear something different over takes me, I find my self delving into my
Putumayo collection

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:05 PM
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Anyone here ever been to England?


No, France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, but never the UK. Would love to, though.

 

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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:07 PM
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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Ha ha. A Minutemen reference! Nice.

Awesome album btw too


 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:09 PM
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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Ha ha. A Minutemen reference! Nice.

Awesome album btw too





All that 80s Alt Rock or College Rock or whatever is good.

 

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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Everytime I'd go with my buddies to see The Reverend Horton Heat we'd always make sure to be on time, the joke was if you were 15 minutes late you might miss 4 songs...

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:11 PM
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OK, so as I hear it, Jack White is a child of classic rock. I hear Stones, Springsteen, Neil, Zep, Queen, Bowie. Definitely Bowie.

So is that a good thing or not? Is it merely copying the past or taking the foundations of past sound and moving forward with it in a "next generational" way?

Hmmmmm. Interesting stuff, music is.



I see him more as a punk-blues rocker.

If you've seen "It Might Get Loud" with him, the Edge and Jimmy Page, he has
a pretty good understanding of blooze and classic rock

He went for an alternative sound/style with the White Stripes but was more in the
classic blues rock vein with the Raconteurs

haven't had a chance to hear his solo album though



Well, I'm just talking about this solo album. He gets SO much hype, and have always had this instinct to not even bother with the things that are the most hyped. I'm just giving it a spin to see for myself. From bagpipes to death metal, I'll listen to anything once.


when the need to hear something different over takes me, I find my self delving into my
Putumayo collection




I go straight to the Tibetian Monk Chants.

I had a roommate once that would play those for hours. He was...odd. Hell, still is. High school teacher.

 

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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Ha ha. A Minutemen reference! Nice.

Awesome album btw too





All that 80s Alt Rock or College Rock or whatever is good.


just as long as you have some Husker Du or Jesus Lizard

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:15 PM
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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Ha ha. A Minutemen reference! Nice.

Awesome album btw too





As a bass player, I welcome any and all references to anything Mike Watt has ever done.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:16 PM
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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Ha ha. A Minutemen reference! Nice.

Awesome album btw too





All that 80s Alt Rock or College Rock or whatever is good.


just as long as you have some Husker Du or Jesus Lizard




Don't forget Sonic Youth.

 

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OK, so as I hear it, Jack White is a child of classic rock. I hear Stones, Springsteen, Neil, Zep, Queen, Bowie. Definitely Bowie.

So is that a good thing or not? Is it merely copying the past or taking the foundations of past sound and moving forward with it in a "next generational" way?

Hmmmmm. Interesting stuff, music is.



I see him more as a punk-blues rocker.

If you've seen "It Might Get Loud" with him, the Edge and Jimmy Page, he has
a pretty good understanding of blooze and classic rock

He went for an alternative sound/style with the White Stripes but was more in the
classic blues rock vein with the Raconteurs

haven't had a chance to hear his solo album though



Well, I'm just talking about this solo album. He gets SO much hype, and have always had this instinct to not even bother with the things that are the most hyped. I'm just giving it a spin to see for myself. From bagpipes to death metal, I'll listen to anything once.


when the need to hear something different over takes me, I find my self delving into my
Putumayo collection




I go straight to the Tibetian Monk Chants.

I had a roommate once that would play those for hours. He was...odd. Hell, still is. High school teacher.


Going to a Catholic University (Scranton) I had to take some unusual electives.

One I wound up taking was called Music in the Bible. The first half was listening to
Monk chants and how it progressed from Psalms and prayers to and actual Mass.
Good Lord that was a tiring listen. Of course we then progressed to an Eastern Orthodox
mass and that's when i thought I would die. Man they incense the **** for over an hour.

I passed though

Funnily enough, in the early 90's somebody had the bright idea of combining Monk chants
with techno beats and it was a pretty big hit for while. Since I had already been exposed to it before, I wasn't that impressed but could see how people would get into it.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:17 PM
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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Everytime I'd go with my buddies to see The Reverend Horton Heat we'd always make sure to be on time, the joke was if you were 15 minutes late you might miss 4 songs...


The Reverend puts on a great show saw him a few years back, was on time for that one.I remember that show cause I was underage and the bartender kept coming up and asking if we wanted drinks and then saw the X on our hands. I think she was making fun of us

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:17 PM
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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Ha ha. A Minutemen reference! Nice.

Awesome album btw too





All that 80s Alt Rock or College Rock or whatever is good.


just as long as you have some Husker Du or Jesus Lizard




Don't forget Sonic Youth.


I listened to all that **** back then and never understood why people held Nirvana in
such high regard. To me it wasn't ground breaking, but I guess if THAT was new to you,
then i guess

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:21 PM
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Wait, the longest song on this album is only 4:19? Pfft.


That's too short. haha

We're spoiled by the ABB, Further and other bands.


If it takes 4:19 to say what needs to be said all is good. Could go the Minutemen route and mostly be under 2:00 minutes. Guess it is time to bust out Double Nickel on the Dime


Ha ha. A Minutemen reference! Nice.

Awesome album btw too





All that 80s Alt Rock or College Rock or whatever is good.


just as long as you have some Husker Du or Jesus Lizard




Don't forget Sonic Youth.


I listened to all that **** back then and never understood why people held Nirvana in
such high regard. To me it wasn't ground breaking, but I guess if THAT was new to you,
then i guess



Black Flag+The Melvins=Nirvana

As to Nirvana, Cobain's lyrics were perfect for the time, and they hit at exactly the right time. Big Pop Hair Metal had run its course but no one knew it yet.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:26 PM
we need another musical revolution

it's time

the 70's had punk

the 80's had Stevie Ray Vaughn and the revival of classic rock

the 90's had Grunge and Alternative

since then, nothing truly exciting other than the American Idol, game show type singer contests, auto tune pop that is turned into a plastic copy cat artists out the yin yang

not to mention the whole downloading that's sucking the life out the industry

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:26 PM
the industry needs an enema

 

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as far as Crowes stuff, I enjoy most of it, but I thought "Lions" was kinda weak.
Not bad, just not that great.

I prefer the first few albums and I am in the court with the "By Your Side" folks.

"Warpaint" doesn't get much love from me. Although, the "Frost/Feeze" sets
were really good.




I like Warpaint. I haven't gotten the Frost/Freeze yet. Lions obviously don't stack up to Southern Harmony or Amorica, which are masterpieces, IMO. I just got Lost Crowes... I think they could have pared that down some, especially the "Band" part.

I do love "Another Roadside Tradgedy".

You have "Big Moon Ritual?" It's a must have. I can mail you a copy...


The "Lost Crowes" was an interesting release. I like the "Band" sessions more as most
of "Tall" more less appeared on "Amorica"

Frost/Freeze is awesome. I love that set.

Haven't checked out Chris' solo stuff yet.



Send me an addy.

 

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  posted on 7/19/2012 at 01:29 PM
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we need another musical revolution

it's time

the 70's had punk

the 80's had Stevie Ray Vaughn and the revival of classic rock

the 90's had Grunge and Alternative

since then, nothing truly exciting other than the American Idol, game show type singer contests, auto tune pop that is turned into a plastic copy cat artists out the yin yang

not to mention the whole downloading that's sucking the life out the industry



I find a lot of creativity right now in electronic music, in particular Pretty Lights and Beats Antique.

 

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