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    Cool The Music Thread

    Post your favorites, new stuff you like, or whatever you're listening to!

    I'll start it off:

    Hotel California (Metal Cover):

    http://youtu.be/Vgs4hrYxMBE


    Gogol Bordello - "Start Wearing Purple"

    http://youtu.be/SkkIwO_X4i4


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiabloViejo View Post
    Post your favorites, new stuff you like, or whatever you're listening to!

    I'll start it off:

    Hotel California (Metal Cover):

    http://youtu.be/Vgs4hrYxMBE


    Gogol Bordello - "Start Wearing Purple"

    http://youtu.be/SkkIwO_X4i4
    I like real country: Dale Watson, Jamie Johnson, Sturgill Simpson,James Hand, etc. Blues: Tab Benoit, Bryan Lee, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiabloViejo View Post
    Post your favorites, new stuff you like, or whatever you're listening to!

    I'll start it off:

    Hotel California (Metal Cover):

    http://youtu.be/Vgs4hrYxMBE


    Gogol Bordello - "Start Wearing Purple"

    http://youtu.be/SkkIwO_X4i4
    I do like Gogol Bordello. Have one GB CD.
    May God bless all of you.

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    I hav been trying to find who sang and wrote FLYING SAUCERS CUPS AND SAUCERS which i first heard in i think 1955.
    And one day i will buy SHUT THE GATE OH BOTHER THE GATE by leslie sarony which i heard in i think 1952.
    SHUT THE DOOR THEYRE COMING IN THE WINDOW iz another i like.
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    I'm actually a month or so away from releasing my first album. I doubt anyone here would be into what I create though.

    It's Digital Electronica. More specifically an Ambient Sci-Fi Electronica. Basically it's music without any vocals but there are some parts in the songs that have like samples from old time radio shows from the 40's and 50's. I'm 31, so for me those old time radio shows are really hokey but extremely excellent to listen to. At the time of their release those shows were like the cutting edge of futuristic thought. Shows like "Dimension X" and "Suspense" or "Johnny Dollar". I think they were produced by NBC.

    I'm currently in the process of getting the album mastered. It's called "Deep Premonition".

    Once it's released, if anyone's interested, I can link to some of the tracks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccboard_admin View Post
    I'm actually a month or so away from releasing my first album. I doubt anyone here would be into what I create though.

    It's Digital Electronica. More specifically an Ambient Sci-Fi Electronica. Basically it's music without any vocals but there are some parts in the songs that have like samples from old time radio shows from the 40's and 50's. I'm 31, so for me those old time radio shows are really hokey but extremely excellent to listen to. At the time of their release those shows were like the cutting edge of futuristic thought. Shows like "Dimension X" and "Suspense" or "Johnny Dollar". I think they were produced by NBC.

    I'm currently in the process of getting the album mastered. It's called "Deep Premonition".

    Once it's released, if anyone's interested, I can link to some of the tracks.
    deep-premonition.jpg
    I enjoy electronic music and western science fiction.

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    SHUT THE DOOR
    (Mann / Ives / Kern / Howard)


    I know a certain fellow
    By the name of Joe Devine,
    He started seeing funny things
    From drinkin' too much wine;
    Around his bed pink elephants
    And zebras played about,
    A purple monkey kissed him twice
    And he began to shout:
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Shut the window!
    They're coming through the door!
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Oh! the room is full
    And won't hold any more!

    A man lived in Vancouver,
    In a cottage by the sea,
    One night he called the sheriff up
    And said "They're robbing me!
    There's twenty crooks around the house,
    Please tell me what to do!"
    The sheriff said, "Don't let 'em in,
    That's my advice to you!"
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Shut the window!
    They're coming through the door!
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Oh! the room is full
    And won't hold any more!

    A dad-to-be was waiting
    For the stork to bring an heir,
    Out came the nurse who said "Two storks
    Have just brought you a pair!
    Oh, wait! There's more storks circling 'round,
    I think they're gonna light!
    Looks like those storks are gonna be
    Kept busy here tonight!"
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Shut the window!
    They're coming through the door!
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Oh! the room is full
    And won't hold any more!

    My wife went in for rabbits
    And she kept them in a hutch.
    She only bought two rabbits
    And it didn't seem like much;
    One morning when we looked at them,
    Oh, how they'd multiplied!
    A million rabbits hopped right out
    And all the neighbors cried:
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Shut the window!
    They're coming through the door!
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Oh! the room is full
    And won't hold any more!

    The first week we were married,
    My dear wife said to me,
    "I'm feeling kind of lonesome
    For my darling family.
    Can we invite them for awhile,
    Since we've got room to spare?"
    They eat me out of house and home,
    They're getting in my hair!:
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Shut the window!
    They're coming through the door!
    Shut the door!
    They're coming through the window!
    Oh! the room is full
    And won't hold any more!

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