What are you listening to now?


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#2164

Gotta see Gregory Alan Isakov live again:


#2165

Me too!! It’s been years since I’ve seen him and he never comes around. He’s come within a few hours on a Wednesday and it’s just been impossible. :slightly_frowning_face:

I listened to him all day yesterday.


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#2167

Yay!!


#2168

:orange_heart::heart::green_heart::blue_heart::purple_heart::black_heart::heartpulse:


#2169

Ian Noe…check this guy out.


#2170

#2171

See Carole King Perform In A Newly Unearthed Concert From 1973

In the summer of 1973, Carole King was at the peak of her popularity and influence. She had ushered in a new era of singer-songwriters that dominated popular music; Tapestry, which she’d dropped two years earlier, was still a top-selling album, well on its way to becoming one of the most-loved and best-selling albums of all time. King had also just released Fantasy, a thematic album recorded with a jazz-funk band, and embarked on her first-ever live concert performance outside of the United States. The venue was the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland and, until now, no one outside of those in attendance have ever been able to see her earth-moving set.

Eagle Vision (part of the Universal Music Group) has unearthed and restored footage of King’s set and has announced plans to release the full performance on both DVD and CD. The 18-track concert includes an intimate, solo-piano performance of “It’s Too Late,” with an audience seated on the floor in front of the stage. “Usually I don’t get to see my audiences,” she says. “Tonight, I’m seeing you.”

Not long into the set, King is joined by an 11-piece band and together they perform nearly every track from her then-untested Fantasy album, including "You’ve Been Around Too Long."
King’s band for the performance featured some of the era’s most sought-after session artists, including saxophonist Tom Scott, drummer Bobbye Hall and trombonist George Bohanon.

Carole King - Live at Montreux 1973 is scheduled to be released on June 14.


#2172

Looking forward to watching this later. Thanks!


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#2174

https://www.npr.org/2019/05/23/724980931/first-listen-ian-noe-between-the-country?fbclid=IwAR24wh7HffVyRi_0W5_vLm1Opfvlp1KavlqeDKQxfT8izsDclRgvdfC5TPs


#2175

Ian Noe–man–love what I am hearing!!


#2178

This is a track from an album that is fast becoming my favourite of the year, so far.
It’s in the box too !


#2179

Interesting. Checking it out. Thanks!


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#2182

I can tell you what I’ll be listening to tomorrow… (this just leaked)

RADIOHEAD – OK MINIDISC.ZIP
OK COMPUTER LIVE/SOLO/STUDIO ARCHIVES FOR OKNOTOK
RUNTIME: 17:15:52 (yes that’s 17hrs)


#2183

you kiss your boyfriend w/ that mouf?