USA, VA, Virginia Beach
Joined Oct 2003
What is on your iPod / iTunes / CD player now - or lately?
Weather here has been way too foul to fly lately - so let's see what we are all listening too...
I have been near-obsessively listening to Dire Straits "Alchemy" lately (past 2 weeks) on my iPod at home and in the car.
Imported it into my iTunes while home over Christmas (my Dad had it on CD) and can't get enough.
Have also been slipping in some No Doubt greatest hits...
What are you listening to?
United States, PA, Union
Joined Sep 2007
Just finished watching the "Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival 2007" DVD.
Some great performances by Clapton, Jeff Beck, Robert Cray, B B King, John Mayer, Vince Gill, Susan Tedeschi and many others. All top notch musicians.
Steely Dan (Aja)
Pink Floyd (The Wall)
Led Zepplin (No Quarter)
Santana (Soul Sacrifice Live)
Chicago Transit Authority
Doors (L.A. Woman)
Led Zepplin (1st Album)
Black Sabbath, 70s box set. Everything from Black Sabbath to Never Say Die. Great singalong stuff.
Sound track to Bladerunner. Vangelis did a great job of the music, and it sounds great driving at night in the rain.
Wendy Carlos, Clockwork Orange. Complete recordings of the music created by Walter/Wendy Carlos for the film Clockwork Orange. Funny, this is how some people thought the music of the future would sound.
The Cramps, Fiends of Dope Island. Their brand of psychobilly just rocks.
Lemmy, Slim Jim and Danny B, Lemmy Kilminster, Slim Jim Phantom and Danny B. Harvey go back to their Rock and Roll roots, with an authentically 50s style recording of classics from Johnny Cash Buddy Holly and others.
I'm a boomer.
The Beatles, Abbey Road;
The Beatles, Let It Be Naked;
Michael Buble, Call Me Irresistible and a bit over an hour of my favorite stuff from his other albums;
An hour of my Johnny Cash favorites;
Walk the Line soundtrack;
Pink Floyd, Echos: Greatest Hits;
about an hour of Carlos Santana;
two hours of Guns N' Roses;
an hour and a bit of various Leonard Cohen;
Dixie Chicks, Take the Long Way Home, an hour of various other Chicks songs;
an hour and a half or so of various hits;
and a bit over an hour of Christmas music that will be coming off for an hour of David Bowie as soon as I can get around to it.
In the CD changer of the car is
Cash, The Legend;
KD Lang, Hymns of the 49th Parallel;
Neil Young, Prairie Wind
On my PSP...
Aerosmith - Greatest Hits
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd - Echoes
Led Zepplin II
Led Zepplin IV
Led Zepplin - Early Days
Jimi Hendrix - The Ultimate Experience
Who - Who's Next
Who - Who's Better, Who's Best
In the car...
XM 59 - XM Led
XM 50 - Deep Tracks
XM 46 - Top Tracks
XM 70 - Real Jazz
XM 72 - Beyond Jazz
XM 202 - The Virus : Opie & Anthony
Lucinda Williams is been playing quite a bit lately plus some CCR and Bruce Cockburns 'Breakfast in New Orleans Dinner in Timbuktu'
Do any of you guys like SRV and Albert Kings Matchbox blues?
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