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Friday, September 26, 2008

the feelies, liz durrett, jeff buckley, dex romweber duo, queens of the stone age, sigur ros, bruce springsteen, unclue tupelo

Southern Shelter has the Dex Romweber Duo 9-17-05 and Liz Durrett 9-12-08.

Ick Music has Bruce Springsteen 11-17-90.

Captains Dead has Queens of the Stone Age demos, Uncle Tupelo 4-29-94 and Bruce Springsteen 9-25-96.

Broadcaster House has Jeff Buckley live tracks.

NYC Taper has The Feelies 9-20-08 and Sigur Ros 9-18-08.

If you have never been over to Daytrotter, I highly encourage you to check them out. Some of my favorite recordings from the past few years have been downloaded from that site. Although they have a massive list of sessions, here are my personal favorites:
nina nastasia
kelley stoltz
david bazan
william elliott whitmore
centro-matic
mountain goats
will johnson
walkmen
felice brothers
spoon
john vanderslice
quasi
phosphorescent
frog eyes
bonnie prince billie





a bunch of bands that should be in the rock and roll hall of fame but are not

(eligible based on 25 years since their first album)

most deserving to least deserving:
Lou Reed
Frank Zappa
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Three Dog Night (13 gold albums, Twenty One Top 40 hits, Three #1 hits)
Rush
Moody Blues
Genesis/Peter Gabriel/Phil Collins
Alice Cooper
Journey
Grand Funk Railroad
Kiss
T Rex
America
Abba
The Cars
The Guess Who
Deep Purple
Yes
Cheap Trick
Hall and Oates
Thin Lizzy
Link Wray
Dick Dale
Herman's Hermits
The B-52s
The Cure
Devo
Brian Eno
Sonic Youth

bands that are already in which is why all of the above deserve to be in too:

The Pretenders
The Police
The Ramones
The Talking Heads
Jackson Browne

m @ 6:08 AM


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