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    go listen to

    had to cry today - blind faith
    song for jeffery - jethro tull
    a quick one while hes away - the who
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    Check this CD out.

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    Coolhand mentioned "A Quick One While She's Away", the version from the Rolling Stone's Rock N' Roll Circus is the best. Also listen to the entire album "Benefit" by Jethro Tull. All of Animals by Pink Floyd. Listen to some Rolling Stones songs, mainly Jigsaw Puzzle, and Monkey Man. Hell I could go on for years here.
    Pearl to the damn Jam

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    Say Kriller, did you get a chance to check out the Alice Cooper Easy Action album I mentioned to you before?

    Speaking of the Who if you've never heard Long Live Rock, Put the Money Down and Too Much of Anything I recommend those. They come from 1972 recording sessions for an abandoned followup to Who's Next before they moved on to Quadrophenia in '73.
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    i know u would probably know this one but "Carry on my wayward son" by Kansas is a great classic song, if u havent heard it by any chance i recommend
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    Sometime World by Wishbone Ash
    "In heaven all the interesting people are missing."
    Friedrich Nietzsche
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    Anyone heard of 'The Rover' by Led Zeppelin?
    The Gang

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    Quote by COOLHAND

    song for jeffery - jethro tull


    yes!!

    and
    rainbow blues - jethro tull
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    I suggest Effervescing Elephant by Syd Barrett. It's such a fun cute song! It's on the album Barrett. All of The Madcap Laughs is brilliant to me as well.
    Lately a lot of people are rediscovering a true musical genius Harry Nilsson. He's not exactly unknown but a LOT of his stuff has gone under the radar. One of my favorites is Got To Get Up. Extremely catchy tune.
    The Roches first album The Roches is awesome. They've been around since the '70s and they do some of the most exceptional pop music I've ever heard and yet they're relatively unknown! They are a trio of sisters that do these incredible harmonies. Bright, beautiful pop music that's really easy on the ears.
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    Quote by NoCode0680
    Coolhand mentioned "A Quick One While She's Away", the version from the Rolling Stone's Rock N' Roll Circus is the best.


    yeah thats what i was refering to, just forgot to mention that

    oh and peaches en regalia - frank zappa
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    A really great Zappa track not many people outside hardcore Zappa fans know about is the 11 minute version Sharleena that's on the Lost Episodes cd. It's unbelievably good.

    I really like Pink Floyd's late 60's non album singles, Julia Dream b/w It Would Be So Nice and Point Me at the Sky b/w Careful with that Axe Eugene (studio version.)
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    Layin' down the law-The law
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    Heat of the moment from Asia ...

    I love that song ....
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    Quote by Funky_Guy
    A really great Zappa track not many people outside hardcore Zappa fans know about is the 11 minute version Sharleena that's on the Lost Episodes cd. It's unbelievably good.

    I really like Pink Floyd's late 60's non album singles, Julia Dream b/w It Would Be So Nice and Point Me at the Sky b/w Careful with that Axe Eugene (studio version.)


    Listen to this man! Bike is a great old Barrett era Floyd song. Also the kazoo solo from Corporal Klegg gets stuck in my head a LOT. That would probably be my walking around personal theme music.

    Speaking of Zappa how about some Captain Beefheart? A lot of it is kind of hard for me to listen to but there are two tracks that I really love from Trout Mask Replica, Old Fart At Play and The Blimp. The Blimp sounds like this impromptu poetic rant by Captain Beefeart over the phone to Frank Zappa. It's pretty darn funny!
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    Try listening to The Runaways, Girlschool, Vixen, or X-Ray Spex
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    2HB by Roxy Music
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    Aunti coagulant, if you haven't checked them out yet, Beefheart has some albums that are less intimidating, I really like 1971's The Spotlight Kid and love 1972's Clear Spot. It's my favorite Beefheart album. There's some great tracks on there, Circumstances, Nowadays a Woman's Gotta Hit a Man, Big Eyed Beans From Venus and the title track are really rockin', Too Much Time sounds like Stax records soul music, and Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Mile and My Head is My Only House are beautiful ballads. Her Eyes... was used in the Big Labowski soundtrack.

    The albums Safe as Milk and Ice Cream for Crow are pretty solid bets too. I have some favorite cuts on Trout Mask like Moonlight on Vermont and Ella Garu but I find the album too dense to listen to in one sitting.
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    Queen's first album (self titled) is pretty good.
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    ZZ Top's Rancho Texecano and the recent reissue of 1973's Tres Hombres are good buys as they use the original 70's mixes rather than the horrible botched 80's remixes on Six Pack and the previous ZZ Top cd reissues. The budget priced short playing cd the Best of ZZ Top is another way to get original mixes of their under-rated 70's material. My favorite ZZ Top track is Just Got Paid off their second album, Rio Grande Mud.
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