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    Home Free - Man of Constant Sorrow


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ew_bfFvros
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    Juliet ~ Ken Navarro


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    This song was featured in a movie I just watched, hadn't heard it for quite a while. Quite a goofy video. A couple of fairly big Hollywood stars in it.


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    Something a bit more recent. I thought her first album was brilliant, especially considering she was only 16 or 17 at the time. The follow up didn't do much for me. This is the first single from her forthcoming 3rd album. She's still only 24 and has sold about a bajillion albums already.

    Anyway this is a very summery song, appropriate for the time of year.


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    Joe Cocker: "With a little help from my friends" (Woodstock)


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    I'm laughing. Why aren't you?

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    Spring week celebration at Western Washington State College, in Bellingham circa 1967.
    Jack Kerouac was up with the Merry Pranksters, Ginsberg, Ken Kesey and others held poem readings, get togethers etc.
    Music concert was Jefferson Airplane.

    It was a memorable time. I am glad to have experienced it and to have lived through it.




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    A ton of concert announcements have been going out for the last month or so. Several have gotten my attention, but this is the first one I pulled the trigger on. Playing a small venue in Seattle in early October. I'm kinda surprised, I would've expected her to be in a bigger space. I got a promo code for a presale, tickets are expected to go fast, so I jumped on it. She has a new album coming out next month. This is from her previous release.


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    Zora is simultaneously terrifying and alluring in this video. I've liked just about all of their songs, but this is one of their best IMO.


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    Okay. I've heard a bit of The HU. Just ran across them covering a Metallica song. Who knew it would sound so good in Mongolian, as a folk metal song. Interesting.


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    This song was originally from the movie "Lost Boys." Marilyn Manson covered it fairly recently. Here's another brand new take on it, from Chvrches, from an upcoming Netflix movie.


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    How in God’s green earth have I not seen this before?

    https://youtu.be/MTwq1_9VH68

    A band of Viking pigs ransack a village while singing “In the Navy.”
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    Bring back the OCC

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    The stage names some young female singers use lately crack me up. This is Soccer Mommy. Snail Mail and Mallrat are a couple others along the same vein.


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    The Pretty Reckless' latest album is all over the place stylistically. This song has guest appearances from Kim Thayil and Matt Cameron, so not surprisingly has a Soundgarden vibe to it.


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    Common theme to your music SeaCat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Common theme to your music SeaCat.
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    Mostly female vocalists?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seacatfan View Post
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    Mostly female vocalists?
    Yup. And with a certain look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Yup. And with a certain look.
    Long hair? Generally I guess you could say Caucasian and more younger than older, and attractive, but that's fairly non specific. Probably more brunettes than otherwise, but some blondes and some redheads mixed in there, and a few non traditional hair colors (blue, purple).

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    Santana. Soul Sacrifice. Woodstock.
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    Losing my Religion - R.E.M.

    "And Morrison? He did what All-Americans do. He shot daggers in the daylight and stole a win." - Steve Kelley (Seattle Times)

    "Gonzaga is a special place, with special people!" - Dan Dickau #21

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    https://youtu.be/5QnpQMrf7Qo

    My 5th grader read a passage in ELA about the Dust Bowl so after lessons were done today we watched some of the Ken Burns documentary on The Dust Bowl (I highly recommend). I think that depressed the kiddo because he asked why the people making the documentary would ask the people to talk about things that made them cry. So now we're listening to something a bit more upbeat about the Dust Bowl.
    This is not the first time we've used the Seeger Sessions to supplement online learning in the past year.

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