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Posted: Sep 20, 2014 - 3:10pm

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Posted: Sep 18, 2014 - 4:01am

Finally got it, was getting worried.  Ohhhh my!{#Redface} Will make sure the cats are not around when I listen, they are easily offended by vulgar language.{#Mrgreen} This should be raucus!{#Motor}As usual great job with presentation, will probably listen Saturday and give you my critique next week.{#Cheers}
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Posted: Sep 17, 2014 - 7:04am

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Not sure when I'm supposed to ship but I'm shipping tomorrow 'cuz I have to go to town and what the heck, they've been sitting here for a month since I forgot we shifted me to September.

Just a reminder: don't crank this one up with the kids in the car. Or your mother in law unless she's down with it.

 
Got mine yesterday.  Will be giving it a spin shortly.
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Posted: Sep 15, 2014 - 9:17am

 Lazy8 wrote:
Not sure when I'm supposed to ship but I'm shipping tomorrow 'cuz I have to go to town and what the heck, they've been sitting here for a month since I forgot we shifted me to September.

Just a reminder: don't crank this one up with the kids in the car. Or your mother in law unless she's down with it.

 
My copy showed up on Saturday. Started listening on my way to work this morning. I think this woke me up more than the coffee did on a Monday.
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Posted: Sep 9, 2014 - 5:52pm

Not sure when I'm supposed to ship but I'm shipping tomorrow 'cuz I have to go to town and what the heck, they've been sitting here for a month since I forgot we shifted me to September.

Just a reminder: don't crank this one up with the kids in the car. Or your mother in law unless she's down with it.
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Posted: Sep 9, 2014 - 5:46pm

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 Unfortunately, for the most part I can only listen at home on my stereo or laptop. My ancient car does not like homemade CDs and even now has started throwing fits with store-bought, professionally made CDs. I think the laser is deteriorating or something. Oh, well. 
 
I've always said I'm going to drive the truck I have till it drops (245,000 miles and going strong) but if the CD player shit the bed first I'd probably reconsider. 
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Posted: Sep 7, 2014 - 2:46am

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Some thoughts while reading this forum:

More and more often I am finding little time to truly do the things I enjoy in life. Such as find the time to read a book, listen to great music, browse the internet for fun instead of work. It really sucks that I have so little free time. And so little money to indulge in some relaxation time. I can't remember my last vacation where I actually went somewhere and relaxed for a change.

I haven't visited RP much in the past few years, except to occasionally check this forum. Though I don't get a chance to really review in detail the discs I've received from this club, I enjoy them a great deal and listen to them often. Unfortunately, for the most part I can only listen at home on my stereo or laptop. My ancient car does not like homemade CDs and even now has started throwing fits with store-bought, professionally made CDs. I think the laser is deteriorating or something. Oh, well. Like everything around me, myself and house included, the age is showing and things are starting to fail or break.

I hope this club continues. I have my next set ready and plan to start burning the CDs today. Just listened to the playlist again. Not one of my best efforts, but still fun. I wouldn't say it's a RP mix, either, and may hear some complaints that is too "poppy".

 
I hear ya.  With a grind, its sometimes about getting in the mental zone where not only managing what little free time one has, but also feeling good about pure self indulgent 'me time' is sometimes a problem, too.  Carving out an hour block of time for a singular unproductive thing (just listening) can challenge your sense of priorities and responsibilities.  The car is where its easiest to do that while commuting, but iffen your car player is dying, well that just plain sucks and to any real music lover, its even worse.  I don't do headphones, never had an portable mp3 device of anykind, so while its limiting in one regard, its liberating in another.  

When you listen to music through speakers, everyone hears it.  So when you listen alone, its pure self indulgence, but in a group, considerations for other's tastes and moods, even time of day enters the picture.  That is part of what is cool about the mixes we all make.  While we are not physically in one room together, we are making a mix that is intended to be heard out loud with a group of people with shared interests.  I like to think that with those of us still doing this, get that and that the efforts are really appreciated and we all understand that.  We are past doing this for written comments and attaboys.  Not everyone's life is organized where timely comments are possible.  Just being here and doing it underscores the appreciation for what we all do with this. 

Pop ?  Ya know what ?  This past Tuesday, I got to work that day.  There's usually only two of us working in the store and I've got RP and pearadio set up for listening.  So with the lady that I worked with that day, I had pearadio going and up pops the Archies and Sugar, Sugar.  She starts singing along with it, so I just said ok, she's a chick an all, same age and all and smiled.  Then I just listened to the track.  Have to admit, musically, while it is what it is, its actually ok, with a pretty good hook.  Even had a convo about the song, where back in the day when it was new and played to death, I would immediately change the station.  But 40 years later, ya know what, once in a blue moon with a decent segue, it worked.  Hell, to this day Petula Clark and Herb Alpert are guilty pleasures.  Go for it.  There are no rules.

This is a pretty cool round so far, we seem to be taking chances stretching the envelope.  I've actually come up with a theme for the first time in ages and are going to give it a try.  I hope this continues, too and with the core we have, I think it will.  In this impersonal day and age, its one of the few personal, physical things left to do to keep things real with real people.

Pardon the ramble, I woke up at 1 am and took some time to get caught up with this.  I sent Lazy8 the current mailing list.  So we carry on !  As a reminder for where we are ...

July    sirdroseph
Aug    ColdMiser
Sept   Lazy8
Oct     kurtster 
Nov     rmgman 
Dec    marko86


 y'all !

 
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Posted: Sep 6, 2014 - 12:39pm

Some thoughts while reading this forum:

More and more often I am finding little time to truly do the things I enjoy in life. Such as find the time to read a book, listen to great music, browse the internet for fun instead of work. It really sucks that I have so little free time. And so little money to indulge in some relaxation time. I can't remember my last vacation where I actually went somewhere and relaxed for a change.

I haven't visited RP much in the past few years, except to occasionally check this forum. Though I don't get a chance to really review in detail the discs I've received from this club, I enjoy them a great deal and listen to them often. Unfortunately, for the most part I can only listen at home on my stereo or laptop. My ancient car does not like homemade CDs and even now has started throwing fits with store-bought, professionally made CDs. I think the laser is deteriorating or something. Oh, well. Like everything around me, myself and house included, the age is showing and things are starting to fail or break.

I hope this club continues. I have my next set ready and plan to start burning the CDs today. Just listened to the playlist again. Not one of my best efforts, but still fun. I wouldn't say it's a RP mix, either, and may hear some complaints that is too "poppy".
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Posted: Sep 6, 2014 - 12:27pm

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A staple in any mixed tape collection is a disc/tape of songs by one of your favorite artists/bands. Over the years I have made many of these for my listening pleasure. They typically don't cover the "hits" but more of the deep tracks that I gravitate towards. One recent Saturday I was doing work around the house and had my Ipod on shuffle and it pumped out about 4 or 5 Warren Zevon songs in an hours time. I thought to myself "Now why haven't I ever made a mixed Zevon disc?". So I put one together and started listening to it in the car. As I grew fonder of the mix I began to consider it for the RPMCC. I vacillated back and forth on this for awhile when I recalled that the club really has no rules, you can submit whatever suits your fancy. So when the time came I made a final decision and there you have it, Coldmiser's Zevon.

What, No Werewolves?

Once again, I am tardy in responding. Sorry, folks. Had the disc for a while and last weekend I was able to find the time to give it a good listen while doing paperwork and paying bills. Great collection! I've appreciated Warren's songs for many years, but never had any of his music in my collection. So, it is a fantastic and welcome addition to my RP Mixtape Collection. He is a favorite of my cousin, and always reminds me of him. So sad that he left us early.
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Posted: Aug 27, 2014 - 6:28am

Didn't get mine till yesterday. Apparently they couldn't read the last digit of the zip. Will be perusing  soon.
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Posted: Aug 27, 2014 - 5:26am

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It pleases me to see that this mix worked out OK. I was worried that it would fall flat and be a waste of a turn in the rotation. Glad to know there are other fans of his music that appreciate more than just the hits. He is surely missed! {#Clap}

 

Sure is and his last album was one of his best, pretty powerful stuff!
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Posted: Aug 26, 2014 - 5:55pm

It pleases me to see that this mix worked out OK. I was worried that it would fall flat and be a waste of a turn in the rotation. Glad to know there are other fans of his music that appreciate more than just the hits. He is surely missed! {#Clap}
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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 4:28pm

 ColdMiser wrote:
A staple in any mixed tape collection is a disc/tape of songs by one of your favorite artists/bands. Over the years I have made many of these for my listening pleasure. They typically don't cover the "hits" but more of the deep tracks that I gravitate towards. One recent Saturday I was doing work around the house and had my Ipod on shuffle and it pumped out about 4 or 5 Warren Zevon songs in an hours time. I thought to myself "Now why haven't I ever made a mixed Zevon disc?". So I put one together and started listening to it in the car. As I grew fonder of the mix I began to consider it for the RPMCC. I vacillated back and forth on this for awhile when I recalled that the club really has no rules, you can submit whatever suits your fancy. So when the time came I made a final decision and there you have it, Coldmiser's Zevon.

What, No Werewolves?


So I'm listening, I know that voice.  Then the second track, a twofer, cool done that before.  Then comes the thump, sounds like Another One Bites the Dust for a couple of beats.  Then I'm waiting cuz its not and then it hits me before the singing starts.  This is really going to be cool.  So then I opened up the notes and saw No Werewolves and settled back to see what came next.

Zevon is truly worthy of this kind of a mix.  I've done a few of these kinds of mixes over the years, too.  So many tracks that I haven't heard in ages and a couple I never heard because I lost track of him in his later years except for what is played here.  I kept waiting for Roland, too.  And I missed the Double E, but no worries, it was all smiles, all the way through.

Like Lazy8 said, a nice sampler for someone new to Zevon and a nice mix for someone with some big holes in their collection, too !

Nicely done !    
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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 9:47am

 ColdMiser wrote:
What, No Werewolves?

Really enjoyed this. It was nice to be reminded of the gems among his later albums, which don't get heard enough. This would be a good introduction for someone who isn't yet a fan. {#Cheers}
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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 9:39am

 ColdMiser wrote:
A staple in any mixed tape collection is a disc/tape of songs by one of your favorite artists/bands. Over the years I have made many of these for my listening pleasure. They typically don't cover the "hits" but more of the deep tracks that I gravitate towards. One recent Saturday I was doing work around the house and had my Ipod on shuffle and it pumped out about 4 or 5 Warren Zevon songs in an hours time. I thought to myself "Now why haven't I ever made a mixed Zevon disc?". So I put one together and started listening to it in the car. As I grew fonder of the mix I began to consider it for the RPMCC. I vacillated back and forth on this for awhile when I recalled that the club really has no rules, you can submit whatever suits your fancy. So when the time came I made a final decision and there you have it, Coldmiser's Zevon.

What, No Werewolves?

SONG                                                        ALBUM

 

Mr. Bad Example                                                       Mr. Bad Example

I Was in the House When the House Burned Down    Life’ll Kill Ya

Night Time in the Switching Yard                              Excitable Boy

Bill Lee                                                                         Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

Splendid Isolation                                                       Transverse City

Mohammed’s Radio                                                   Stand in the Fire

Desperados Under the Eaves                                     Warren Zevon

Searching for a Heart                                                 Mr. Bad Example

Empty-Handed Heart                                                  Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

My Shit’s Fucked Up                                                   Life’ll Kill Ya

The French Inhaler                                                     Learning to Flinch

Hit Somebody! (The Hockey Song)                            My Ride’s Here

Detox Mansion                                                           Sentimental Hygiene

Renegade                                                                   Mr. Bad Example

For My Next Trick I’ll Need a Volunteer                    Life’ll Kill Ya

The Indifference of Heaven                                        Learning to Flinch

Things to do in Denver When You’re Dead               Mr. Bad Example

Dirty Life & Times                                                       The Wind

Lawyers, Guns and Money                                         Excitable Boy



 

Ok, gave it a spin yesterday while cleaning my bathroom.....almost made that horrible experience pleasureable!{#Mrgreen}  First OMG I haven't heard this song in years goes to; Mohammed's radio and Hit somebody! (The Hockey Song), great to hear those again!   My favs of these go to Mr. Bad Example, I was in the house, NIghtime in the switchyard and one of my all time fav Zevon tunes; My Shit's Fucked Up (actually have used this one before on one of my mixes).  Anyway, great Zevon selections, enjoyed it immensely!  However, I would have named it What, No Roland?{#Wink}


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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 9:30am

A staple in any mixed tape collection is a disc/tape of songs by one of your favorite artists/bands. Over the years I have made many of these for my listening pleasure. They typically don't cover the "hits" but more of the deep tracks that I gravitate towards. One recent Saturday I was doing work around the house and had my Ipod on shuffle and it pumped out about 4 or 5 Warren Zevon songs in an hours time. I thought to myself "Now why haven't I ever made a mixed Zevon disc?". So I put one together and started listening to it in the car. As I grew fonder of the mix I began to consider it for the RPMCC. I vacillated back and forth on this for awhile when I recalled that the club really has no rules, you can submit whatever suits your fancy. So when the time came I made a final decision and there you have it, Coldmiser's Zevon.

What, No Werewolves?

SONG                                                        ALBUM

 

Mr. Bad Example                                                       Mr. Bad Example

I Was in the House When the House Burned Down    Life’ll Kill Ya

Night Time in the Switching Yard                              Excitable Boy

Bill Lee                                                                         Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

Splendid Isolation                                                       Transverse City

Mohammed’s Radio                                                   Stand in the Fire

Desperados Under the Eaves                                     Warren Zevon

Searching for a Heart                                                 Mr. Bad Example

Empty-Handed Heart                                                  Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

My Shit’s Fucked Up                                                   Life’ll Kill Ya

The French Inhaler                                                     Learning to Flinch

Hit Somebody! (The Hockey Song)                            My Ride’s Here

Detox Mansion                                                           Sentimental Hygiene

Renegade                                                                   Mr. Bad Example

For My Next Trick I’ll Need a Volunteer                    Life’ll Kill Ya

The Indifference of Heaven                                        Learning to Flinch

Things to do in Denver When You’re Dead               Mr. Bad Example

Dirty Life & Times                                                       The Wind

Lawyers, Guns and Money                                         Excitable Boy


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Posted: Aug 20, 2014 - 4:06am

Ok, looked at the theme and all I have to say is that you are 2 for 2 so far in this risky proposition!{#Mrgreen}Huge fan as well so its all good with me!  Will give you the review after listening next week.{#Cheers}


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Posted: Aug 19, 2014 - 11:04am

Mine came this morning.  Will give a spin later on today.

 
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Posted: Aug 19, 2014 - 6:35am

Got it yesterday!  Prolly won't get to give it a spin till Sunday.{#Music}
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Posted: Aug 18, 2014 - 8:22pm

Mine's here, already turning. This one works for me because I'm already a huge fan, but I can see it's a strong dose if you're not.

Just to make sure this is cryptic enough I'll include a picture of a camel.

camel
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