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malamucha
Posted: Mar 11, 2018 12:57
 

 Solanus wrote:
I always have mixed feelings when this song comes on when I'm at work. Part of it is the fight between having a nice little break from work and getting pulled out of my groove if I'm on a roll. The bigger issue is that the best way to appreciate this song is kicked back, eyes closed, and the music LOUD so you can hear everything going on in it, and that is sort of frowned upon within my cubicle farm.

 

I listened to this track while cooking, kind of dancing around kitchen and enjoying it loud:)
Jamus
Posted: Mar 08, 2018 6:06
 

 konz wrote:

No, I think I've heard it all 4 times in the past 30 days.  Maybe you're not listening frequently enough.

Last play: Dec 4, 2017
Plays in last 30 days: 4

 
Bill G. does a fine job of keeping this song alive.
afrixluvguy
Posted: Mar 08, 2018 6:02
 

I thought, "this is a cool-sounding song, let me rate it"—checked and I'd already rated it a 10 years ago {#Yes}
sdwright
(underwater)
Posted: Feb 10, 2018 21:31
 

Wait, what?  30 years?  W O W

Posted: Jan 24, 2018 8:59
 


Wolford wrote:
Can this LP really be 30 years old?!  Like every great album, it knows no time boundaries.

 
FatPants wrote:

I had the exact same thought.
 
Wolford wrote:
Can this LP really be 30 years old?!  Like every great album, it knows no time boundaries.

 

 
FatPants
(Philly, PA)
Posted: Jan 24, 2018 8:59
 


I had the exact same thought.
 
Wolford wrote:
Can this LP really be 30 years old?!  Like every great album, it knows no time boundaries.

 


Wolford
Posted: Jan 19, 2018 13:27
 

Can this LP really be 30 years old?!  Like every great album, it knows no time boundaries.
westslope
(BC sage brush steppe)
Posted: Jan 10, 2018 15:42
 

 westslope wrote:
I am not hearing Steppen Wolf here (no matter how hard I try).
 
But I do wonder if this piece influenced Steven Wilson's use of the harmonica on his latest To the Bone album.  

 
Of course, you big dumbass.....  This is Mark Feltham playing here who also plays on Steven Wilson's latest effort To the Bone.

A big thank you to  Ben_D_Wire for pointing that out.  
SeriousLee
(Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres)
Posted: Jan 06, 2018 7:19
 

 Ben_D_Wire wrote:

Mark Feltham also plays on Steven Wilson's latest solo album, To The Bone. Watch the "making of" video and be in awe at the emotion that guy pours into his playing when he gets into the zone. All the more poignant when you realise he was losing his wife to cancer at that time.

 
Thanks for the tip! I'll have to get that CD! {#Cheers}
Solanus
Posted: Dec 29, 2017 11:39
 

 westslope wrote:
The cubicle farm blues.....
 
Solanus, what about headphones?  

 
Technically I'm supposed to keep an ear out for the phones, so that puts a damper on playing it loud. But I would guess the boss would frown upon me more with my feet up and my eyes closed, completely focused on the music. I need to at least keep up the facade of getting work done.
westslope
(BC sage brush steppe)
Posted: Dec 26, 2017 15:53
 

I am not hearing Steppen Wolf here (no matter how hard I try).
 
But I do wonder if this piece influenced Steven Wilson's use of the harmonica on his latest To the Bone album.  
westslope
(BC sage brush steppe)
Posted: Dec 26, 2017 15:51
 

The cubicle farm blues.....
 
Solanus, what about headphones?  
Solanus
Posted: Dec 21, 2017 7:11
 

I always have mixed feelings when this song comes on when I'm at work. Part of it is the fight between having a nice little break from work and getting pulled out of my groove if I'm on a roll. The bigger issue is that the best way to appreciate this song is kicked back, eyes closed, and the music LOUD so you can hear everything going on in it, and that is sort of frowned upon within my cubicle farm.
wolverine
(Just North of Nowhere)
Posted: Dec 15, 2017 5:10
 

The song has a good front part but has an awkward transition and ending to it, like they couldn't decide how to end it, so they just do.{#Ask}
konz
(Big D)
Posted: Dec 12, 2017 5:37
 

 Sam_Chucklestone wrote:
This is one of the best songs ever made imho.

It comes up regularly when I use PSD but it never plays. Does anyone else have this problem?

 
No, I think I've heard it all 4 times in the past 30 days.  Maybe you're not listening frequently enough.

Last play: Dec 4, 2017
Plays in last 30 days: 4
nomnol
(Grafton ON)
Posted: Dec 07, 2017 5:22
 

 Sam_Chucklestone wrote:
This is one of the best songs ever made imho.

It comes up regularly when I use PSD but it never plays. Does anyone else have this problem?

 
Yes. And I am bummed out too.
MassivRuss
(The Commonwealth of Massachusetts - God Save It!)
Posted: Dec 04, 2017 7:29
 

Tedious tedious tedious tedious....
Sam_Chucklestone
Posted: Nov 25, 2017 8:29
 

This is one of the best songs ever made imho.

It comes up regularly when I use PSD but it never plays. Does anyone else have this problem?


ExploitingChaos
Posted: Nov 16, 2017 12:47
 

Well put !
 

passsion8 wrote:
The first notes are a call to reverence. This is my church. Play the album from the start and be moved. 

 


passsion8
(over the hills and far away)
Posted: Nov 12, 2017 5:52
 

The first notes are a call to reverence. This is my church. Play the album from the start and be moved. 
Ben_D_Wire
(Hitchin, UK)
Posted: Nov 04, 2017 4:27
 

 SeriousLee wrote:
That harmonica!

 
Mark Feltham also plays on Steven Wilson's latest solo album, To The Bone. Watch the "making of" video and be in awe at the emotion that guy pours into his playing when he gets into the zone. All the more poignant when you realise he was losing his wife to cancer at that time.