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BJL

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Panthalassa: The Music Of Miles Davis 1969-1974 - remixed and reconstructed by Bill Laswell includes restored performances and extended themes from "In A Silent Way" (1969), "On The Corner" (1972) and "Get Up With It" (1974) - all taken from the original multitrack tapes. Anyone who appreciates Teo Macero's work with Miles Davis during the late 1960's, early 1970's (Go Ahead John, Jack Johnson, etc.) will enjoy this (you know who you are).

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Eminem rocked the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame awards (2022 "Induction Ceremony") on TV.
Dolly Parton was an absolute hoot! What an entertainer that cupcake is! [I never thought I would say that about C&W artists]!
"I've been rockin'g rollin' since the cows come home!" <:oops:< no one else can come up with a line like that and get away with it but Dolly!:D
 

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Rather good until Brian Blessed hams up the Caveman bit. on Pt.2, it's quite excruciating for someone who grew up listening to the original...

 

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Tomaso Albinoni - Concerto in D major. Opus 7 no. 6

 

Jim Taylor

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I don't see the KevinBacon# between the Pogues and SteveEarl. ;)
Can you fail a Rorschach test?

KevinBacon# is one-and-a-half.. (These are both recordings of the same song, and in addition Steve Earle recorded a song called "Johnny Come Lately" with the Pogues.)


Jim

p.s. - I can fail any test. :D
 
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