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GZA - Pro Tools (full album)
1. Intromental 0:00
2. Pencil 0:51
3. Alphabets 4:49
4. Groundbreaking 7:32
5. 7 Pounds 10:05
6. 0% Finance 12:46
7. Short Race 17:06
8. Interlude 21:11
9. Paper Plate 21:38
10. Columbian Ties 24:26
11. Firehouse 27:14
12. Path Of Destruction 30:58
13. Cinema 33:35
14. Intermission (Drive In Movie) 36:33
15. Life Is A Movie 36:57
16. Elastic Audio (Bonus Live Performance) 40:08
For the Philly folks.
The fvck happened with my sig? A tortoise, a wrestler, and 247's logo?
Edit: and just like that it's gone. That was strange.
This post was edited by A2Wolverines 18 months ago
Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr 1999 R.I.P. Big L
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Black Crowes - Freak N Roll into the Fog concert
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The Black Crowes - Freak N Roll into the Fog live concert video
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Shot in Hi-Def, this two-and-a-half-hour concert features an impressive mix of material from The Crowes' 6 studio albums, including hits like "Sting Me", "Jealous Again" and "Hard To Handle". Acoustic versions of "She Talks To Angels" and "Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz" are also highlights of this show.
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1) (Only) Halfway To Everywhere
2) Sting Me
3) No Speak No Slave
4) Soul Singing
5) Welcome To The Goodtimes
6) Jealous Again
7) Space Captain
8) My Morning Song
9) Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz
10) Cursed Diamond
11) She Talks To Angels
12) Wiser Time
13) Non Fiction
14) Seeing Things
15) Hard To Handle
16) Let Me Share The Ride
17) Mellow Down Easy
19) The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down
What does everyone be jammin tonight
Blind Melon right now.
Put on two Grateful Dead shows today at work & let it run.
Knocked out a run earlier to Fitz & the Tantrums. Anyone in here a fan?
You ever go on archive.org for concert recordings?
Self-titled and Soup are both great albums.
Mos def. I use it all the time for shows I can't get on Spotify.
I'm going to be real butthurt if my ghetto blaster badge doesn't happen soon.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by ksred 17 months ago
Wasnt trying to quote you red
This post was edited by Fuzz 17 months ago
I need one as well. I have nearly 400 posts ITT.
Yeah you both need one, did you ask one of the mods?
I'll get around to it eventually.
I PM'd Noah about it and he told me to hit up JC, so I did. The ball's in his court now.
Got to post this again i have been all over this song
Some good covers in this show. Solid acoustic version of Tupelo Honey & I love the Weezer Say It Ain't So cover. It's not in this show but their best cover is Diamonds on The Soles by Paul Simon.
Sweet Oblivious Antidote & Walking In Place are great as always.
Disc 1 - Set I (Acoustic Set) 1. For Now Forget 2. Tu Sevun 3. TSMM 4. Tupelo Honey 5. Echo-> 6. La Casa Bien 7. Sweet Oblivious Antidote* Disc 2 - Set...
I once nearly fell asleep at a PGroove show. They can play, and I really like Speed Queen, but sometimes they noodle around too much.
Yeah I'm not into their really crunchy stuff but their albums are good. I've probably seen them eight times or so because they'd play in Tuscaloosa a lot at bars or for fraternity parties. We actually had them at the Sigma Chi house my sophomore year. The lead singer's voice doesn't fit his look at all but I really dig it (no homo). Walking In Place is an amazing song, though, Not just for them but for anybody.
This post was edited by ksred 17 months ago
Im trying to figure out how to post a draft of a song on my ipad, failin hard
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