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Spannko wrote: 2021-11-03 01:22 I’ve found a fabulous Spotify playlist for all those lucky enough to be enjoying their new Källa (other streamers are available!). It’s the top 400 classical pieces put together by the Dutch radio station NPO.

https://www.nporadio4.nl/programmas/klassieke-top-400

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Must the devil have all the good tunes?

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Fantastic!
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Having A good Time with John Prine. Sweet Revenge.
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That's a great one!
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50 years ago!
I just read WSJ Nov 8, Andy Kessler wrote an opinion piece " A long time since Led Zeppelin IV" released 1971 Nov 9. He writes "It was a year of transition from turmoil to modernity, a songwriter's paradise". He discuss the possible meaning of the lyrics in Stairway to Heaven and how Led zeppelin in both the song and the two-neck guitar captured the transformation to modernity and hope for the future among a youh generation.

For 1971 he names some of the albums released in that year
Led Zeppelin IV
Madman Across the Water
Aqualung
Sticky Fingers
Who's Next
LA Woman
Tapestry
What's Going On
Shaft
At Fillmore East
The Concert for Bangladesh
Imagine
Pearl
... and there is more. What years there was for music in the early 70s! Or maybe I am just getting old and nostalgic?
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Getting old? Hope you walked A Long Promised Road since then. Long Promised Road, Beach Boys Surf’s Up album, also 1971.
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1971 was pretty cool but I think it would have a hard time beating 1969.

"The year saw the greatest roster of debut albums ever released. Some of the most legendary would include the debut albums from Chicago, Grand Funk, Janis Joplin, The Allman Brothers Band, Neil Young, Santana, King Crimson, Crosby,Stills & Nash, Free, Bob Seger, Poco and Alice Cooper, Elton John and Yes. There were so many more that you will discover on this incredible list of rock albums form 1969."

https://www.classicrockhistory.com/1969 ... ck-albums/

Throw in the first and second Led Zeppelin albums, three from Creedence Clearwater Revival and Abbey Road, Let It Bleed and Tommy among many others and you have quite the year.
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1969. Indeed. (Don’t) Let It Bleed
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Oh yeah, 1969 was great. This is of course my favourite album from that year:
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With some heavy competition from Dusty In Memphis, From Elvis In Memphis, The Velvet Underground (3rd album), Neil Young's Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, The Band's first album and a whole bunch of others.
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Open up the doors to heaven. Lucinda Williams, The Ghost of Highway
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Arjen wrote: 2021-11-12 23:59 Open up the doors to heaven. Lucinda Williams, The Ghost of Highway
Oh yeah, that's a great one!
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Had to play Courtney Marie Andrews this morning, after seeing a great gig by her last night.
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Tendaberry wrote: 2021-11-13 10:58 CMA.jpg
Had to play Courtney Marie Andrews this morning, after seeing a great gig by her last night.
Lucky you. Missed her in Amsterdam.
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Tendaberry wrote: 2021-11-10 11:52 Oh yeah, 1969 was great. This is of course my favourite album from that year:
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With some heavy competition from Dusty In Memphis, From Elvis In Memphis, The Velvet Underground (3rd album), Neil Young's Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, The Band's first album and a whole bunch of others.
Another great album from 1969. Shocking Blue “At Home”
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On this day, 17 november, was born 77 years ago mr. Gene Clark, former New Christy Minstrels, Byrds, Dillard and Clark, but foremost his No Other himself
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Arjen wrote: 2021-11-17 00:28 On this day, 17 november, was born 77 years ago mr. Gene Clark, former New Christy Minstrels, Byrds, Dillard and Clark, but foremost his No Other himself
Ah yes, the great Gene! I think I have to play "I Feel A Whole Lot Better" now...
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Tendaberry wrote: 2021-11-17 11:17
Arjen wrote: 2021-11-17 00:28 On this day, 17 november, was born 77 years ago mr. Gene Clark, former New Christy Minstrels, Byrds, Dillard and Clark, but foremost his No Other himself
Ah yes, the great Gene! I think I have to play "I Feel A Whole Lot Better" now...
Not because he’s gone but still with us on records!
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Arjen wrote: 2021-11-17 15:00
Tendaberry wrote: 2021-11-17 11:17
Arjen wrote: 2021-11-17 00:28 On this day, 17 november, was born 77 years ago mr. Gene Clark, former New Christy Minstrels, Byrds, Dillard and Clark, but foremost his No Other himself
Ah yes, the great Gene! I think I have to play "I Feel A Whole Lot Better" now...
Not because he’s gone but still with us on records!

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Great album! Gene never got the credit he deserves.
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Arjen wrote: 2021-11-27 00:11 Good Night
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ThomasOK wrote: 2021-11-27 21:55
Arjen wrote: 2021-11-27 00:11 Good Night
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