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    old stephen stills album just called Stills (first columbia album C. 1975 or so) really diggin' it too.

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    ^That's one I'd like to get. I have some of his other solo albums, but not that one. Lots of really good music on those.

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    There was a piece about Regina Spektor in the most recent Smithsonian, of all places . . .

    http://www.smithsonianmag.com/specia...s/spektor.html

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    Depeche Mode, Shake the Disease. It's a great song.

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    "Is There A Ghost" by Band of Horses. ~~it's smokin~~

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    DREAMS by The Allman Brothers..my favorite song

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    "Skin Deep" by The Stranglers ~~my last song of the night~~

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    I learned these in the back seat of my parent's blue Dodge Dart Swinger in the early 1970's on weekend drives to the beach.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3fPtMuBtMs

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSFJJh7W30M
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    "We Need a Little Christmas"

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    I'm listening to Zero7 right now, not the best music, but nice relaxing trancy stuff nevertheless.

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    "Here I dreamt I was an Architect" - by the Decemberists
    From the castaways & cutouts album.. http://www.decemberists.com/music.aspx?upc=759656039727

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    Info, I was turned on to the Decemberists' Picaresque cd by a friend and I liked it alot. I'll have to give C&C a try (I don't mean C&C Music Factory)

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    "Carry On" - Donna Summer


    the girl can sing

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    Paintball's Coming Home by Half Man Half Biscuit.

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    Nimrod from Elgar's Enigma Variations.

    At the Remembrance Day Parade in London.

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