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Listening to Into The Wild soundtrack by Eddie Vedder. Even if you're not a Pearl Jam fan, this is a great listen if you're in a reflective mood.

Great soundtracks can make or break the movie for me. The sad story of Chris McCandless is eerily captured by Vedder in a folksy style, far from the grunge rock he is known for.
 
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"They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha ha!"
On vinyl!
It was in the Top 40 in the '60's and goes like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnzHtm1jhL4
 
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"They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha ha!"


I'm sorry to hear that, BII. Oh, I see, that's what you're listening to.


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BII ~ I remember this one!
I brings to mind intensely, "The Yellow Wallpaper" and slightly, "The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl."
 
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Constance Demby's Novus Magnificat.

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Scoop by Pete Townshend, and yes it is on vinyl.
 
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SMILE. Since I'm going to see Brian and his old band tonight at the Hollywood Bowl, why not? This is my favorite of all the wonderful songs he wrote. His masterpiece.


"Live Forever!"
 
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I wonder if "his old band" will be as good as the Wondermints...


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I wonder if "his old band" will be as good as the Wondermints...

Vocally, Brian says no, and I have to agree with him.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Jimmy Webb.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Nice, Butch!
Haven't visited here for a while. I've been involved with lots of musical adventures myself...
 
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Not really an answerable question as I don't go online and play music at the same time, but when my friend is here helping with yard work I have been doing a Suzanne Crough memorial concert. I am rediscovering The Partridge Family and he is discovering them. They really did some wonderful tunes remarkably well!
 
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Ry Cooder (Into the Purple Valley, Chicken Skin Music)
David Gilmour (Rattle That Lock)
Waylon Jennings (The Ultimate Waylon Jennings)
John Prine (John Prine, Best of John Prine)
Elizabeth Von Trapp (Poetic License)
 
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