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[This message has been edited by highclimb (edited 05-10-2001).]

[This message has been edited by highclimb (edited 05-10-2001).]

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Wow all this mention of rap and no talk of the Beasties!

Thought you should know Erik but they are on my list along w/ Massive Attack, Morcheeba (more cheeba anyone?),tom waits, Pink Martini (great live), and Medeski Martin and Wood.

Mmmmmmmm Good!

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anything but i hit ma bitch...i slap da hoe..im da best ..rap crap...anybody like old and in the way...id take the kenny g spot over a rap song...what would i know though im just a stupid kid

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No class on this board at all. Anybody remember the first time seeing Apocolypse Now? Ride of the Valkeries rocks for the initial psych up while driving or riding the mt bike to the rock.

For the climb, it's gotta be punk. Dwarves, Minor Threat, Descendants, Agnostic Front, The Cramps, DK, Sleater-Kinney. More technical climbs, Fatboy Slim, MC Solaar, Digable Planets, Massive Attack, or anything else that goes down smooth and has a good beat.

For the top, Pavarotti, Cowboy Junkies, Morphine, Robert Miles, Leonard Cohen, or anything that will take the edge off and let you enjoy the view.

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O.K......The Plugs,X,Wierdoes,F-Word,Stranglers,P.I.L.,Crass,The Fall,The Ramones,Rick L Rick,Joy Divition,Throbbing Gristle,The Damned,The Clash,The Sexes,Stiff Little Fingers,Buzzcocks,Eater,Wire,Poison Girls,Warsaw,Middle Class,Bauhaus,Birthday Party,Generation X,U.X.A.,The Dills, The New York Dolls,Iggy Pop,The Adolescents,100 Flowers,Rick Agnew,The Germs,Fear,The Cramps ....Don't get me started! All you snott noses were wetting yer selves when I was watching these guys transform music from the commatose state it had bogged down to. Most of this stuff was underground back in the 70's to early 80's so good luck finding any of it.

If you are into kickass tunes, turn yourself on to some of these bands. Drop me an email if you can't find something, I'll make you a tape. I've got over 200 rare L.A. and British imports on these big black plastic things called "records".

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Inflammable material planted in my head - it's a suspect device thats left 2000 dead - their solutions are are problems ...

I hate - fast cars....

Sorry, Fritz' input brought back lots of memories.

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Today's music choices: 90's alternative. [so much better than 00's alternative Limp Toolkit, Crazyhouse, etc.].

Peppers, Nirvana, Pumpkins, Neil with Crazy Horse, Screaming Trees, flannel, jeans, unwashed hair, power chords.

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Nothing gets me up the mountain more than the following:

PRIMUS

MINISTRY

SOUNDGARDEN

FRANK SINATRA

TOOL

BLACK HAPPY

LINCOLN PARK

INCUBUS

CHILI PEPPERS

RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE

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Am I truly alone in my appreciation of the blues? Say it isn't so. . .

a partial list (to which I am partial):

Clarence Brown

Jimmy Dawkins

Peter Green

Buddy Guy

John Lee Hooker

Albert King

B B King

John Mayall

Otis Rush

Jimmy Witherspoon

and lest we forget:

Van Morrison

Rolling Stones

Pink Floyd

Tangerine Dream

Frank Zappa

Bruce Cockburn

Country Joe & The Fish

Allman Brothers

and our dearly departed Jerry Garcia

 

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What did one Deadhead say to the other deadhead when the drugs wore off?

"What band is this? They suck!"

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I thoroughly enjoy going to the Post Office in Leavenworth and loading the juke box with every Elvis selection available, then experiencing the irritation of the local hicks as they unpatiently wait for their Bon Jovi song to come up.

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The only time I have that CD on is when I'm trying to drown out your 98 Degrees shocked.gif CD, Capt., at least the VP's were OUT.

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That was NSYNC bro. I got my Burger SLing Cup Memorabilia on my walls. Plus stickers all over my cars.

[This message has been edited by Cpt.Caveman (edited 05-15-2001).]

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Wow! Herbie Hancock rocks! Great show, diverse audience, and a level of musicianship worth staying up half the night to hear.

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quote:

Originally posted by pope:
Wow! Herbie Hancock rocks! Great show, diverse audience, and a level of musicianship worth staying up half the night to hear.

You recycling today Pope? Lemme guess you are embarked on the best of pope on cc.com while you are on in-cube sabbatical?

[laf]

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quote:

Originally posted by trask:
Barry Manilow Live - Smokin!!!

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I like the giant Hand of Doom reaching out to grab Barry. grin.gif" border="0

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First two that came to mind and never fail?

-LTJ Bukem

-Thievery Corporation

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quote:

Originally posted by willstrickland:

Maybe some Headhunters/Thrust era straight FUNKIN SHIT UP? Or perhaps some Mwandishi era Fat Albert funk? I mean you did know that Herbie (not Herby) did the music for the Fat Albert right?

"Herby" is a little joke for the Muir hut patrons. Ever meet a musician who doesn't herb? Dru, he played a little bit of everything, including Rockit for the kids and boring modal piano improvs for the old guys who paid to hear just that (I was simultaneously satisfied and ...um...challenged as a listener). DJ disk did the scratchin', for those of you who missed it(is he somebody we should know about?).

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