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Posted: Apr 27, 2016 - 4:19am

 kurtster wrote:
Time (way past due {#Whistle}) to give it up and face the music.

 
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RIGHT TURN CLYDE PLAYLIST FOR UPLOAD

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his was one of my infrequent attempts at an actual themed mix.  Started with a search for 'road' in the library and went from there to 'street' and ended up with anything that could be considered like movement, direction, yada.  The Aztec Two Step track was what I tried to build it around.  An old guilty pleasure that I found again as I've started into my vinyl for the first time in forever.  Right Turn by AIC was the excuse to use it again for the title and the artwork.  So it went from there.  Reused the Michael Stanley track but this is the studio version of the live track I used way back on my all live mix.  Not sure if I used Moonlight Drive before.  But ... on it went.  Yeah its old stuff (gawd is it old), but that's pretty much what I have to work with anymore.  I get most of my new stuff from you guys and your mixes.

I hope no one groans too much with the Deep Purple track.  It kinda makes me wince even.  Its the soft spot that I have for organ driven music.  But the choice was between this and Highway Star {#Stop}.   And it was tough to figure out where to put it.  

Izzy and The Kinks are more guilty pleasures and the full version of the Road To Hell courtesy of hippie, who is alive and well and doing really well, lately.

A correction, Freeway Jam is the vinyl rip, not Copperhead Road.

Hope this disc works for pounding miles.  Not exactly a lay around the house kinda thing.

And Volume 4 of the Out For Donuts collection.  I gave Scott the first 3 to catch him up.

1  Uriah Heap ~ Salisbury  kinda a Sunday morning track for me
2  Mountain ~ Nantucket Sleigh Ride from the Twin Peaks live album.  One of my favorite live jams.
3 The Who ~ Magic Bus from the Live At Leeds album
4  The Sensational Alex Harvey Band ~ Man In The Jar  another hit into the vinyl
5  Floyd ~ Sheep  Is what it is

Still haven't hit Inna Gadda yet.  To be continued as stuff turns up.

 y'all !

 
Ok, first off the audio was simply delicious, I must have the recipe!{#Chef} It made even that Purple track almost listenable....almost!{#Wink}  Love Alice in Chains and always chuckle to myself how different of a band they were in the beginning when I hear them, never heard that Michael Stanley song really liked it, was really into the Beats in the early 90's so the Dean Moriarty tune was really cool and again, the audio!  Those classic rock songs of course I have heard many times, but it was so crystal clear, they still seemed new somehow.  Forgot how much I loved that Mamas and Papas tune, by far my favorite song from them.  Funny thing about that Chris Rea song, I actually have it but without the prequel and I always thought it was Leonard Cohen!{#Lol}  Anyway, great CD but the added bonus of the audio wizardry you have displayed made it even sound great through my trucks crappy speakers!{#Music}{#Cheers}
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 8:35pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I went to the post office today!

Here's a PDF of the documentation/envelope.

I need to listen to this a couple more times, but I enjoyed the heck out of this. Only two songs I was familiar with, the rest mostly reminded my of other stuff I like. Made me want to have a DJ party!

Thanks for letting me hang out with the cool kids.


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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 8:22pm

 kurtster wrote:
Time (way past due {#Whistle}) to give it up and face the music.

  RIGHT TURN CLYDE

If it weren't for the higher sound quality this could have been coming out of the AM/FM in the old Chevy pickup on a fishing trip with my dad. Just need the burble from the CB radio, the hiss of countless pop-top cans of Oly being opened, and the rumble of the Olds 455 under the hood to make it complete.

Hell, my youngest inherited the truck. If I can record this to an 8-track I can make this happen...

{#Cheers}

{#Motor}
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 9:19am

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That's pretty cool.  I hated everything having to do with Bakersfield as a kid.  I had an uncle who lived there in the late 50's and early 60's and the trip down was long and hot and Bakersfield was hot and boring for a kid. 
 
Justine grew up about 90 minutes north of Bako and whenever I was at her house, I wanted to go down and catch Buck's show at his nightclub. Never did get it together. Then one night before his show, he had dinner (chicken fried steak, taters & gravy), told the Buckaroos they'd have to do the show without him because he wasn't feeling great, and he died that night.
 
I haven't had a Chicken-fried steak since and I really make a good one.  
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 9:14am

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And I now know where the New Riders of the Purple Sage got their name from. 

 


Well it's from the Zane Grey book, but in that particular band's case, I think maybe...
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 9:05am

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Thanks for this.  Just the kind of music I was talking about!{#Cheers}
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 8:50am

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That's pretty cool.  I hated everything having to do with Bakersfield as a kid.  I had an uncle who lived there in the late 50's and early 60's and the trip down was long and hot and Bakersfield was hot and boring for a kid.  AC in cars just did not exist back in those days.  Now that I'm much further along in life, I at least appreciate the music that came from that place and time.

And I now know where the New Riders of the Purple Sage got their name from. 
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 7:10am

 sirdroseph wrote:

I want to do this:

 

 

 

With this song!

 

 



 
Check out this compilation....
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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 5:05am

I want to do this:

 

 

With this song!

 

 


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Posted: Apr 26, 2016 - 4:32am

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Scott says, "I posted the songs a while ago, in lieu of actually getting the discs out..."
 
Also, did everyone's CD mount up and get the Track Listing via Gracenote? Should have worked... 

 
Here goes; really liked The Buck Stops Here by Redd Volkaert, I usually gravitate towards more traditional Bluegrass, Americana and singer songwriter when listening to country music, but really need to explore the genre of country and western more. Step it Fast was great, so much better when sung in creole! Honey Rhythm and Butter sounded very late 50s' early 60' like it were the backdrop of an In Like Flynn movie lol.  BY FAR my favorite song on the whole CD and top nomination for the theme song of my life ala Peter Griffin of Family Guy fame; Texas Blues by Foy Willing & His Riders of the Purple Sage (great band name too) reminded me of Ub Iwerks only on acid and that is saying something, loved it!  Like many I suspect, first heard that Shakes song on that commercial, had no idea it was them and then heard an interview on NPR with the lead singer chick, great song now I don't have to buy it with my cheap ass.  Orange Colored Sky is a strange song and I know a little something about strange songs{#Eek}.  I love Yellow Bird in all incarnations and this one was no exception.  Loved the bells in Blue by First Aid Kit.  A little fun note, got to listen to this with my best friend while on vacation and he really got a kick out of the Avett Brothers lead singer, I was not as amused{#Eek}{#Lol}.  Anyway, great mix enjoyed immensely!{#Cheers}


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Posted: Apr 25, 2016 - 8:38am

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I gave Scott the first 3 to catch him up.

 
Now I just have to go on a road trip... for about 3 weeks!
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Posted: Apr 25, 2016 - 8:32am

Time (way past due {#Whistle}) to give it up and face the music.

  RIGHT TURN CLYDE
.
RIGHT TURN CLYDE PLAYLIST FOR UPLOAD

T
his was one of my infrequent attempts at an actual themed mix.  Started with a search for 'road' in the library and went from there to 'street' and ended up with anything that could be considered like movement, direction, yada.  The Aztec Two Step track was what I tried to build it around.  An old guilty pleasure that I found again as I've started into my vinyl for the first time in forever.  Right Turn by AIC was the excuse to use it again for the title and the artwork.  So it went from there.  Reused the Michael Stanley track but this is the studio version of the live track I used way back on my all live mix.  Not sure if I used Moonlight Drive before.  But ... on it went.  Yeah its old stuff (gawd is it old), but that's pretty much what I have to work with anymore.  I get most of my new stuff from you guys and your mixes.

I hope no one groans too much with the Deep Purple track.  It kinda makes me wince even.  Its the soft spot that I have for organ driven music.  But the choice was between this and Highway Star {#Stop}.   And it was tough to figure out where to put it.  

Izzy and The Kinks are more guilty pleasures and the full version of the Road To Hell courtesy of hippie, who is alive and well and doing really well, lately.

A correction, Freeway Jam is the vinyl rip, not Copperhead Road.

Hope this disc works for pounding miles.  Not exactly a lay around the house kinda thing.

And Volume 4 of the Out For Donuts collection.  I gave Scott the first 3 to catch him up.

1  Uriah Heap ~ Salisbury  kinda a Sunday morning track for me
2  Mountain ~ Nantucket Sleigh Ride from the Twin Peaks live album.  One of my favorite live jams.
3 The Who ~ Magic Bus from the Live At Leeds album
4  The Sensational Alex Harvey Band ~ Man In The Jar  another hit into the vinyl
5  Floyd ~ Sheep  Is what it is

Still haven't hit Inna Gadda yet.  To be continued as stuff turns up.

 y'all !


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Posted: Apr 21, 2016 - 10:46pm

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Haven't played the disc on a device that would pick up track listings.

Its a great mix with nearly all new to me except for the Nationals and Chris Isaak.  Played it for days driving around and didn't really figure the theme out until the songs became somewhat familiar after a while.  Finally played it at home and sat down with the list and gave it a good listen.  Very nice and lots of fun stuff in there.  The highlights for me were Red Ball Express, Color Me Impressed and especially liked New Slough.  That song really rocked.  Good all purpose, all occasion giddyup stuff !  Gave me some things to look into and explore further.

{#Cheers} 

 
Red Ball Express— Scott Miller is a hard working guy who has quite a few albums out. A few songs in the RP library including this one; only one of them ever got played, though. Last play: 2004 for that one. Worth checking out; I learned about him from a college friend who worked for the record label he was on when Thus Always to Tyrants came out. The song in the RP library that got played is off that album, and DownHomeGirl might have actually joined RP because she was a fan of his (He played often at the Down Home bar where she worked) and we started swapping music (mostly her sending a lot of bootlegs to us). And now we're friends IRL so thanks, RP!
 
New Slough was one that I wasn't aware of, myself, but when you set up a search of your library based on random words, you never know what you're going to find. I did a mixtape a few years ago based on the word "walk" that yielded a few goodies like that.

Color Me Impressed is a pretty faithful cover from an album that might be hard to get ahold of, "I'm In Love With That Song," a Replacements tribute by Australian bands.
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Posted: Apr 21, 2016 - 6:27pm

 JustineFromWyoming wrote:

Scott says, "I posted the songs a while ago, in lieu of actually getting the discs out..."
 
Also, did everyone's CD mount up and get the Track Listing via Gracenote? Should have worked... 

 
Haven't played the disc on a device that would pick up track listings.

Its a great mix with nearly all new to me except for the Nationals and Chris Isaak.  Played it for days driving around and didn't really figure the theme out until the songs became somewhat familiar after a while.  Finally played it at home and sat down with the list and gave it a good listen.  Very nice and lots of fun stuff in there.  The highlights for me were Red Ball Express, Color Me Impressed and especially liked New Slough.  That song really rocked.  Good all purpose, all occasion giddyup stuff !  Gave me some things to look into and explore further.

{#Cheers} 
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Posted: Apr 21, 2016 - 9:36am

I'm all caught up.
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Posted: Apr 21, 2016 - 8:06am

Catching up, too.  Got rmg's earlier this week.  

Posting about Scott's later and will try and get my stuff posted up today or tomorrow.



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Posted: Apr 21, 2016 - 4:42am

ok, I have had a chance to listen to all 3 mixes!  Anytime you guys want to post the songlist, I am ready for review.  Will give review of Scott's first later today since he has already posted and will give rmg's Tomorrow and Kurt's over the weekend.{#Music}
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Posted: Apr 15, 2016 - 3:12am

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CDs played fine and dandy. Did not try the Gracenote title retrieval since I listened to the CDs on a *gasp!* CD player (yup, still have one of those 5 disc CD players). 

 
I listen to these in my car and wouldn't know Gracenote if she was sitting in the passenger seat next to me
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Posted: Apr 14, 2016 - 1:34pm

 JustineFromWyoming wrote:

Scott says, "I posted the songs a while ago, in lieu of actually getting the discs out..."
 
Also, did everyone's CD mount up and get the Track Listing via Gracenote? Should have worked... 

 
CDs played fine and dandy. Did not try the Gracenote title retrieval since I listened to the CDs on a *gasp!* CD player (yup, still have one of those 5 disc CD players). 
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Posted: Apr 13, 2016 - 2:22am

 JustineFromWyoming wrote:

Scott says, "I posted the songs a while ago, in lieu of actually getting the discs out..."
 
Also, did everyone's CD mount up and get the Track Listing via Gracenote? Should have worked... 

 
Well Scott, I have to say I've enjoyed your first (well for me anyway) MCC mix quite a bit. I really liked the blend of color songs and color artist no matter what your original intent was. You can't go wrong with a good color theme (note to self to shelf my own color theme for a few rounds). I really only knew a few songs on this so it was all pretty new. Some of the artists I knew, some never crossed my path. Always like getting turned onto new stuff. I'm a power pop kinda guy so the Orange Peels sucked me right in. I even enjoyed The National song and I usually pass on their stuff (singers voice just doesn't do it for me). All in all a strong mix that will be in my player whenever I want to "color my world" {#Cheers} 

I hope you stick with us, look at it as fun and not a chore to be put off and it won't be so traumatic next time around {#Chillpill}
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