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Old 10-16-2007, 02:20 AM   #2201
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that could take me some time to really listen too - i cannot give an objective review with one song.... Not bad, but the dane's like their sugar don't they?
Here ya go...these guys rock.



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Old 10-16-2007, 02:25 AM   #2202
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Clavicula...these guys are kind of in your neck of the woods:



Band of Horses - Funeral
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Re: Mew - they make me think they are art-emo

they aren't bad - but i'd still have to spend time with an actual album and headphones -
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:26 AM   #2204
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llama - do you like kings of leon or my morning jacket?
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:28 AM   #2205
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Clavicula...these guys are kind of in your neck of the woods:



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This isn't bad
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:29 AM   #2206
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:32 AM   #2208
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llama - do you like kings of leon or my morning jacket?
I like some of the Kings of Leon stuff, but Ive never been a morning jacket fan. I know one of their promoters and he burned me out from the get-go.
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:34 AM   #2209
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I like some of the Kings of Leon stuff, but Ive never been a morning jacket fan. I know one of their promoters and he burned me out from the get-go.
I dig 'em both....

I pretty love all the "kings" stuff - their drummer is top notch IMO. Very different approach....

This is currently my fav...

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really llama - my own style of play that my band has is sort of.... hardcore jam... we do punk, rock, country, dance, etc.....

we don't really have any limits - i work well with my other musician....

Honestly - i'm becoming a better song writer - what's funny is my guitar player/singer - we compliment each other well - he's able to externalize things - and i'm good at the interalized things. Sort of works out that way - he plays guitar/piano/whatever really - and sings - i play drums (so i can hide behind them!)

very interesting dynamic between my bandmate
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:52 AM   #2211
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I think that this drummer might be right up your alley:



I couldnt find a better showcase of him, but he's played with SDRE, Fire Theft, and Foo Fighters.
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Here's another drummer you might like. These recordings are all I could find. He's in the Jimmy Chamberlain mold. The band is called "Hum".

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Old 10-16-2007, 03:25 AM   #2213
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midnight rider

I listened to this song for hours on the train from seattle to south-central PA - lemme tell you - i've had many moments in my life where i felt like the midnight rider - sometimes you keep moving to keep from things catchin up to ya......
If you ever get a chance, check out the version of "Midnight Rider" on Greg Allman's solo album "Laid Back" (1973.)

IMO, this version totally blows the doors off the original.



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BTW, the whole CD is awesome - all killer, no filler.
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Rock/R&B/Pop music lovers' MUST SEE: Tom Dowd & The Language of Music. Lots on Allmans, Clapton, interviews with both (and many others), and they play the slide and lead tracks - bussed alone - from the tag-out of Layla. Goosebumps when I heard them laid bare.

Astonishing film. History and interviews from WWII to 2002.


Gregg's song "Ain't Wastin' Time No More" is a personal classic re: rehab and life change. Sad Gregg hasn't always heeded his own message, but he and the Brothers are such powerful artists. "Dreams" with that organ and shuffle backbeat gives me chills every time, and the lonely "gypsy" vagabond in "Melissa" is as timeless and poignant a lyric as I've ever heard.
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Here's another drummer you might like. These recordings are all I could find. He's in the Jimmy Chamberlain mold. The band is called "Hum".

"Stars"....I haven't heard that in about 10 years, probably because it was the only decent track on the entire album.
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Joe is the man.

Pop music doesnt get any more sophisticated than he was able to make it.

GREAT songwriter.
I agree. When he "lowered" himself to reform the band in the video in 2004, I was really hoping he'd stick with it for awhile. Volume 4 and the live Afterlife were the most solid and rocking things he came out with in years. Too bad he sneers at rock these days and goes for the more sophistcated genres of music instead. IMHO, it's a story as sad and as wasteful as Jonathan Richman's post Modern Lovers career.

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"Stars"....I haven't heard that in about 10 years, probably because it was the only decent track on the entire album.
"Id Like Your Hair Long" is also a nice track, but other than those two you are right. The rest of that album is a dead end.
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"Id Like Your Hair Long" is also a nice track, but other than those two you are right. The rest of that album is a dead end.
I'm trying, but I can't recall that track at all.

One more early JJ....from the I'm The Man album
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really llama - my own style of play that my band has is sort of.... hardcore jam... we do punk, rock, country, dance, etc.....

we don't really have any limits - i work well with my other musician....

Honestly - i'm becoming a better song writer - what's funny is my guitar player/singer - we compliment each other well - he's able to externalize things - and i'm good at the interalized things. Sort of works out that way - he plays guitar/piano/whatever really - and sings - i play drums (so i can hide behind them!)

very interesting dynamic between my bandmate
Do you have any .mp3s we can hear?
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I dont mean to come off as bossy here, but make sure you hook those guys up with some cash for that album.

They are literally trying to break the mold with this release.

Help Radiohead turn over the music industry.

They are experimenting for all of us musicians out there who would like to circumvent the system to maximize their own profits off of their own product.
Oh, for sure. I may yet buy the boxset (or talk someone it to getting it for my Christmas) and if not I'm buying the physical cd in stores. Not to mention I'll try to get tickets for whenever they start touring again. I really hope this does work out and set a new trend. I believe a lot of people would be willing to directly support their favorite bands.

I haven't listened to a ton of My Morning Jacket, but Gideon is a song I find myself listening to a lot the last few months. And I've been listening to the most recent Kings of Leon as well. I really need to go back and get into their first two albums.
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Do you have any .mp3s we can hear?
I have a few from me and my brother if you guys want.

Anyone heard Alter Bridge's Blackbird yet? It's awesome, I was a huge fan of their first release but it sounded too much like Creed. Blackbird has it's own sound, it ROCKS. Crank this baby up and headbang along.
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Guitar great (and South Dakota native) Mike Miller at the Sioux Falls Jazz Festival...



Interesting bit of trivia: Mike once played bass in Tommy Bolin's band while TB was living in Denver.
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i will soon have the raw studio recordings.....
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