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What Are You About To Listen To ??? (2021)
« Topic Start: July 07, 2021, 08:39:12 AM »
Has anyone heard the musical group Sea Level ?

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Re: What Are You About To Listen To ??? (2021)
« Reply #1: July 07, 2021, 10:44:26 AM »
Has anyone heard the musical group Sea Level ?
old group with the keyboard guy from the Allman Brothers?

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Re: What Are You About To Listen To ??? (2021)
« Reply #2: July 07, 2021, 10:59:19 AM »
old group with the keyboard guy from the Allman Brothers?
Chuck Leavall.

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Re: What Are You About To Listen To ??? (2021)
« Reply #3: July 07, 2021, 03:38:56 PM »
I watched the full film the other day on YouTube but now cannot find it there (for free anyway).  Highly recommend.  Here is the trailer.



EDIT:  Ok, try this


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Re: What Are You About To Listen To ??? (2021)
« Reply #4: July 09, 2021, 05:29:59 PM »
Take it Easy. 

The Eagles with Jackson Browne and Linda Rondstat. 


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Re: What Are You About To Listen To ??? (2021)
« Reply #5: July 11, 2021, 09:28:46 AM »
Binge-listening to the complete Tchaikovsky symphonies (Jansons/Oslo Philharmonic).

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just discovered that Tweeter and the Monkey Man by the Traveling Wilburys was essentially a homage to Bruce Springsteen, they included about a dozen Springsteen song titles in the lyrics.  Petty says that after Dillon came up with the idea of the title and that the song would about a mob story in Jersey, he jokingly suggested that they incorporate Springsteen song titles, and the rest is history.

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The complete works of Slayer, followed by Perry Como's Greatest Hits.

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The complete works of Slayer, followed by Perry Como's Greatest Hits.
I never really got into Slayer, but their work with other bands is outstanding.





Of note are their many collaborations with Wham!, such as this classic:


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The complete works of Slayer, followed by Perry Como's Greatest Hits.

followed by The Wiggles?

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I never really got into Slayer, but their work with other bands is outstanding.





Of note are their many collaborations with Wham!, such as this classic:


:lmao:  Especially on Raining Lobsters. 

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Good choice - although, to anyone under 21 at the time, the OGWT was known as the Old Dead Squirrel Test... :D

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I never really got into Slayer, but their work with other bands is outstanding.





Of note are their many collaborations with Wham!, such as this classic:



Actually, I like to imagine the massed ranks of the Slaytanic Werhmacht singing along to 'Hot Diggity, Dog Ziggity...' ;)