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Favorite Obscure or Discovered Music Album

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I must be a bit odd, I love banjo music and bag pipes, sitar, hurdy gurdy, harpsichord, accordion ....

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New album from a guy I'd never heard of until yesterday, but I like it!

 

best,

M.

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Recently discov ered a group called Anathema. Listening to this band a lot here at work. 

Couldn't find video for their song "Springfield" but that's a current fav. It's on Spotify if you're so inclined.

And here's some of their stuff. https://www.vevo.com/artist/anathema

 

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Here's Springfield, Dan. Good stuff. They remind me a bit of VyPole with words.

 

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Joan Osborne - Relish  

More than likely you've heard One of Us but here are two more of my favorites from this great album.

 

 

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Joan Osborne - Relish  

More than likely you've heard One of Us but here are two more of my favorites from this great album.

 

 

That whole album is excellent! I remember playing it a lot when it was new. Haven't listened to it for quite a while though. Might be time to go and rediscover it!

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Jane's Addiction - Nothing Shocking

Jane Says is far to obvious a choice so I'll dig a little deeper.

 

 

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I ran across the Dead Daisys last week. John Corabi from the Crue plus folks from Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake, and a few other projects. They formed in Australia, which might be why I never heard of them before. Seems like Australia and Canada get all the good acts.  http://thedeaddaisies.com/

Edit @ 1:05pm. I just got a notice from ATT that this post might be copyright infringement.  So is this real? The vids came directly from Dead Daisys youtube channel. So maybe they make money for each viewing, just not if its reposted elsewhere?

 

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If you like Dead Daisies, you may like The Winery Dogs. This is Ritchie Kotzen, Billy Sheehan, and Mike Portnoy.

 

Two CDs so far, and I dig them both.

 

http://vevo.ly/Kp2ToB

 

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I found a new band, called The Sheepdogs...... They have a song called "Sharp Sound" that's pretty good.

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If you like Dead Daisies, you may like The Winery Dogs. This is Ritchie Kotzen, Billy Sheehan, and Mike Portnoy.

Two CDs so far, and I dig them both.

http://vevo.ly/Kp2ToB

 

This is why I love this thread, all sorts of great bands I would never have run across. 

I found a new band, called The Sheepdogs...... They have a song called "Sharp Sound" that's pretty good.

And these guys, wow. Its 1975 all over again, and I'm 21!

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I found a new band, called The Sheepdogs...... They have a song called "Sharp Sound" that's pretty good.

SHeepdogs are Canadian! They've actually been around for a few years, so not so new. But to be fair, they are only just starting to break in the US.

 

 

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This certainly is appropriate for the forum.

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One of my all time favorite songs.

 

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One of my all time favorite songs.

Got that right JC ;)

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I hate country music, but I kind of dig Steve Earle's new stuff.

Copperhead Road is still a killer album.

 

I think while we're discussing rock/country crossover artists. Can't go wrong with Chris Whitley's Living With The Law. Killer album!

http://vevo.ly/hQlyIY

 

 

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Here's a weird one I found this morning.  This is not the song I wanted, but listen to Black Hole Sun in that playlist.  It's fun, especially if you like all kinds of stuff.  This pretty much nails my tastes in one.  I can listen to the Soundgarden version and then this and like them both.  Or give me some blues.  

 

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I've been listening to this a lot lately, especially Bullet, Psychobilly Freakout, and D for Dangerous......

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It's also out by the same record label that released Nirvana's first album...........

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Johnny Thunders ( New York Dolls , Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers , solo ) was a huge fan of the Rolling Stones --- and Keith Richards in particular .

Here's Thunders' version of Wild Horses from I don't know when : 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-a00Qd3ZJw

And here's Thunders' killer version of Pipeline ( live version of the version from So Alone ) :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gODUj0aVO04

 

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