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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    Green Day - Wake Me Up When September Ends.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NU9JoFKlaZ0
    One of the very very very few "epic" events of my life. I got to cover the Monday night football game when the Saints came back to New Orleans for first game in 2 years at the Superdome after Katrina. Worked local TV sports at the time for small coast station.

    Met Spike Lee, Harry Connick Jr., Chris Berman, Govs, senators, and saw (but didn't meet) Green Day and U2 from about 10 people back. The CNN guy said "This is like a Super Bowl, amazing."

    I was really lucky, one very special night. That former WSU cougar that now has MS blocked a punt for TD. I remember seeing him in the locker thinking "that is one lucky guy" - He is barely hanging on to life right now, totally paralyzed. It is a life lesson to be sure. Appreciate what you have, don't let jealously infect you. Really deep deep night and lesson for me.

    Green Day and U2 played "The Saints Are Coming" with the NFL Saints in the tunnel. You knew they'd win by 30 that night. They did roll.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    One of the very very very few "epic" events of my life. I got to cover the Monday night football game when the Saints came back to New Orleans for first game in 2 years at the Superdome after Katrina. Worked local TV sports at the time for small coast station.

    Met Spike Lee, Harry Connick Jr., Chris Berman, Govs, senators, and saw (but didn't meet) Green Day and U2 from about 10 people back. The CNN guy said "This is like a Super Bowl, amazing."

    I was really lucky, one very special night. That former WSU cougar that now has MS blocked a punt for TD. I remember seeing him in the locker thinking "that is one lucky guy" - He is barely hanging on to life right now, totally paralyzed. It is a life lesson to be sure. Appreciate what you have, don't let jealously infect you. Really deep deep night and lesson for me.

    Green Day and U2 played "The Saints Are Coming" with the NFL Saints in the tunnel. You knew they'd win by 30 that night. They did roll.


    That was an amazing experience to share. I think all of America was cheering for the Saints on that day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    That was an amazing experience to share. I think all of America was cheering for the Saints on that day.
    That was actually my last line in the story, we shot it outside the dome, from a nice view just down the road, where I finished it with "Two years ago nature did her best to beat down New Orleans, it took a lot of Saints to bring it back, which is probably why the nation, even in Atlanta rose today to say "Go Saints," and it was a beautiful day."

    It was a moment. It only takes one or two to make a deep impact on a life.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    One of the very very very few "epic" events of my life. I got to cover the Monday night football game when the Saints came back to New Orleans for first game in 2 years at the Superdome after Katrina. Worked local TV sports at the time for small coast station.

    Met Spike Lee, Harry Connick Jr., Chris Berman, Govs, senators, and saw (but didn't meet) Green Day and U2 from about 10 people back. The CNN guy said "This is like a Super Bowl, amazing."

    I was really lucky, one very special night. That former WSU cougar that now has MS blocked a punt for TD. I remember seeing him in the locker thinking "that is one lucky guy" - He is barely hanging on to life right now, totally paralyzed. It is a life lesson to be sure. Appreciate what you have, don't let jealously infect you. Really deep deep night and lesson for me.

    Green Day and U2 played "The Saints Are Coming" with the NFL Saints in the tunnel. You knew they'd win by 30 that night. They did roll.


    Very cool. That whole album reminds me so much of college, I finally bought it (got it in the clearance bin at our bookstore for $2, which seemed criminal). I didn't bother buying it was new because if I wanted to hear it, it was always playing in one of our friend's room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    This is for Phish, as I haven't heard this version and it is the best one I have heard. Freddy Jones Band, In a Daydream live.

    Nice!

    Those people need to dance more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post
    Nice!

    Those people need to dance more.
    Yeah, this was a particularly good performance, extremely tight, five now grown men that don't fck around, no gimmicks, your type.
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    Abbey Road album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    Very cool. That whole album reminds me so much of college, I finally bought it (got it in the clearance bin at our bookstore for $2, which seemed criminal). I didn't bother buying it was new because if I wanted to hear it, it was always playing in one of our friend's room.
    I think that was the last new album I bought on CD before I started downloading most of my new music. It might have been the best rock album of that decade.
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    RIP to Marie Fredrikkson


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    Turn Away - Beck

    Couldn't find a good video... actually been listening to the whole Morning Phase album. Really is a phenomenal album.
    "And Morrison? He did what All-Americans do. He shot daggers in the daylight and stole a win." - Steve Kelley (Seattle Times)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandZagFan View Post
    Turn Away - Beck

    Couldn't find a good video... actually been listening to the whole Morning Phase album. Really is a phenomenal album.
    Beck is a once in a generation talent.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
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    Christmas ( Baby Please Come Home ) - Darlene Love

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    While I wasn't paying attention Blackbriar dropped a couple new videos. I find the singer Zora very enchanting.


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    I missed this a few months ago. A bit of a departure from their usual style, but I like it. I'd call this full on folk metal w/ some clear Celtic influence.


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    Back On The Chain Gang - The Pretenders

    Cellphone Waiting Lot tunes


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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Back On The Chain Gang - The Pretenders

    Cellphone Waiting Lot tunes


    Sent via mobile device
    One of my favorite albums of all time was The Pretenders acoustic album. I haven't heard it in years. I used to listen to the CD - back when there was such a thing - in the office.
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    Listening to Santa's favorite genre:




    Wrap music.

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    "Father Christmas " -- The Kinks

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    From the Beginning - Emerson, Lake, And Palmer



    Note: listening to incredible studio version... not this live one.
    "And Morrison? He did what All-Americans do. He shot daggers in the daylight and stole a win." - Steve Kelley (Seattle Times)

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    If I Could Choose - Sean Dunphy

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    Wild Wild Life - Talking Heads

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    Dylan's "Blood On The Tracks" album.

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    Jesus is Just Alright - Doobies
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Dylan's "Blood On The Tracks" album.
    I saw some of the lyrics in that album posted by Charlie Pierce's political blog a couple months ago. Basically saying Dylan saw all this coming 40 years ago.
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