What's on your iPod?

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  1. Secular Sanity Registered Senior Member

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    Here he is with Carole King.
     
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    "Something In The Way She Moves"
     
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    Telekinesis ― "In a Future World" (Ad Infinitum)

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    Telekinesis, a solo project by Michael Lerner, released a new album this week, Ad Infinitum. I'm pretty sure I heard the single in advance of the release, because, you know, I live in the Seattle area and we have KEXP↱.

    "In a Future World"↱ is a reminder that I no longer need to avoid synth-driven power pop. It is a pretty damn cool single:

     
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    "She Thinks I Still Care"

     
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    "Valentine's Day"- James Taylor

     
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    Agreed. I did ignore the rather provocative nature of his post to me.
    Tastes in music are subjective and I see my tastes covering a fairly broad spectrum...rock n roll, Country and Western, semi classical and some classical.
    Elvis: blue suede shoes

    Marty Robbins: Dont worry:

    The Three Tenors: Oi solo mio

    Sarah Brightman: Nessun Dorma
     
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    Nana Mouskouri-Only Time Will Tell

    Hmm... I’ve never heard that one before. Wait just a minute. It does sound a little familiar. Oh, yeah, I have heard it before. Here and here.

    James Taylor - Copperline
     
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    The Seekers: A World of our Own:

     
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    The Seekers; Singing a Fijian song called Isa Lei
    The Fijian song of Farewell;

     
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    The Isa Lei again with explanations:

     
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    Have you read “What It is Like to Go to War” by Karl Marlantes?

    There is a deep savage joy in destruction, a joy beyond ego enhancement. Maybe it is loss of ego. I’m told it’s the same for religious ecstasy. It’s the child toppling the tower of blocks he’s spent so much time carefully constructing. It’s the lighting of the huge bonfire, the demolition of a building, the shattering of a clay pigeon. It’s firecrackers and destruction derbies on Fourth of July. Part of us loves to destroy. Nietzsche says “I am by nature warlike. To attack is among my instincts.”

    The poet Yeats wrote, “All things fall and are built again, and those that build them again are gay.” He failed to say that those who destroy them have a real good time too.

    The Warrior Song
     
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    Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs: [Australian Bandstand]
    Poison Ivy:

     
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    Johnny O'Keefe: Sing Sing Sing:




    Col Joye:
    Oh YeaH, Uh Huh:
     
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    Slim Dusty: Pub With No Beer:



    I'd love to have a beer with Duncan: Slim Dusty:
     
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    Carla Maffioletti performing Heia in the Mountains (Heia in den Bergen) from the operette "Die Csárdásfürstin" live at Schönbrunn, Vienna.


     

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