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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by 38Roars
    Cant stop listening to Warren Haynes .... Man in Motion Album!....and he is using PRS AMPS too!!
    Certainly agree there JD - some mighty fine musicians supporting Warren on that recording for sure - including Ian McLagan, Ruthie Foster, George Porter - I've been fortunate to see all of them in the last year fronting their own bands (Mac twice). Really fine effort by Warren.

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    Solomon Burke - You're The Kind Of Trouble (I could Get In to)

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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hans
    Pantera - Walk
    Funny you should post that - the new firmware for the AxeFX II came out and I tonematched WALK - and its so unreal I can't stop giggling as I play haha
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Ween - B-Sides, Demos & Rarities Vol 2


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    I'm feelin' some Jamiroquai this morning.
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Glad to see there's some folks listening to the heavy stuff, too!
    Not like the other kids...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DISTORT6
    Glad to see there's some folks listening to the heavy stuff, too!
    \m/ :lol: \m/

    When you think about it, Paul got his true starts by endorsing heavy players. I mean Howard Leese and Carlos Santana ripppppped! :twisted:
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    It's relative, I suppose. Each era has their own "Heavy." I don't think Carlos ever conjured the beast like Mastodon - or my man QCG.

    YouTube Motor City 5 (MC5) "Kick Out The Jams." Those guys were were pretty heavy for the era.
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hans
    It's relative, I suppose. Each era has their own "Heavy." I don't think Carlos ever conjured the beast like Mastodon - or my man QCG.

    YouTube Motor City 5 (MC5) "Kick Out The Jams." Those guys were were pretty heavy for the era.
    True but I mean there really wasn't a Mastodon or Metallica heavy group in the late 60s, was there? So I think he was pretty heavy for his time. You can tell because apparently parents didn't like their kids listening to him :lol:
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Lately it's anything featuring Jimmy Herring, particularly the recent 'Wood Tour' stuff with Widespread Panic. He and Warren Haynes are my guitar gods.
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by MTrip
    Lately it's anything featuring Jimmy Herring, particularly the recent 'Wood Tour' stuff with Widespread Panic. He and Warren Haynes are my guitar gods.
    Listen to as many Phil Lesh & Friends shows as you can with Herring, Haynes, Molo, Barraco & Lesh....early 2000's.
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by themike
    Quote Originally Posted by Hans
    It's relative, I suppose. Each era has their own "Heavy." I don't think Carlos ever conjured the beast like Mastodon - or my man QCG.

    YouTube Motor City 5 (MC5) "Kick Out The Jams." Those guys were were pretty heavy for the era.
    True but I mean there really wasn't a Mastodon or Metallica heavy group in the late 60s, was there? So I think he was pretty heavy for his time. You can tell because apparently parents didn't like their kids listening to him :lol:
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by tdarian
    Quote Originally Posted by MTrip
    Lately it's anything featuring Jimmy Herring, particularly the recent 'Wood Tour' stuff with Widespread Panic. He and Warren Haynes are my guitar gods.
    Listen to as many Phil Lesh & Friends shows as you can with Herring, Haynes, Molo, Barraco & Lesh....early 2000's.
    You betcha, I've actually got that entire Beacon run on DVD.
    Wish I could've seen the recent PLQ 'reunion' shows at Terrapin Crossroads though... :cry:
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    I've been listening to a lot of All That Remains and This Town Needs Guns lately. All That Remains is a metal band with great percussive rhythm sensibilities and fluid lead word. This Town Needs Guns is a more eclectic math rock band with intricate double capo'd alternate tuned guitar work. Two polar opposites of the music spectrum but brilliant groups in their own right.

    All That Remains "For We Are Many"
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    This Town Needs Guns "Lemur"
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by OsirisProtocol
    I've been listening to a lot of All That Remains and This Town Needs Guns lately.
    Thanks for the recommendations - I'm really digging This Town Needs Guns (and immediately picked up 'Animals') but I just can't cope with the Cookie Monster vocals from All That Remains....
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by MTrip
    Quote Originally Posted by OsirisProtocol
    I've been listening to a lot of All That Remains and This Town Needs Guns lately.
    Thanks for the recommendations - I'm really digging This Town Needs Guns (and immediately picked up 'Animals') but I just can't cope with the Cookie Monster vocals from All That Remains....
    Fair enough. The vocals really aren't for everyone and I can respect that. Glad your digging TTNG. I'm looking forward to their new album dropping.
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    Quote Originally Posted by OsirisProtocol
    All That Remains "For We Are Many"
    http://youtu.be/qWMTEpXjJuo?hd=1
    Thats really funny you mention them, I was hanging with Jeanie for pretty much all of last weekend. Mike also nerded out for a little bit about PRS when I showed him my redone Cu22 :lol: :lol:
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