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  • Re: what are you listening to ?

    Originally posted by freakyfreaky View Post
    Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
    Did you know Ann Coulter is a big fan of them?


    • Re: what are you listening to ?

      My Old Classic WWF (well now WWE) themes.
      Some of them are actually tight heh
      Positive vibes, positive taught


      • Re: what are you listening to ?

        Bone Thugs N Harmony - Thuggish Ruggish Bone


        • Re: what are you listening to ?

          WOW thats back in the days

          How about First of the Month?
          Positive vibes, positive taught


          • Re: what are you listening to ?

            Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
            WOW thats back in the days

            How about First of the Month?

            For the past couple of weeks, Ive been listening to my 3 doors down, 311, & Sublime mix. There old 2.


            • Re: what are you listening to ?

              the best of johnny clegg live, it's a cd released during 2007 in canada about a recital in the honour of nelson mandela in johannesbourg featuring songs
              like scatterlings of africa, assimbonanga, etc, both in british and zulu


              • Re: what are you listening to ?

                50 Cent & Justin Timberlake - She Wants It.
                This songs really tight.


                • Re: what are you listening to ?

                  3 6 Mafia
                  Lolli Lolli Pop
                  Positive vibes, positive taught


                  • Re: what are you listening to ?

                    Lil Wayne Lolipop. Its tight.


                    • Re: what are you listening to ?

                      Collection: : GratefulDead
                      Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
                      Date: September 22, 1991 (check for other copies)
                      Venue: Boston Garden
                      Location: Boston, MA

                      Set 1

                      Shakedown Street
                      C C Rider ->
                      It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry
                      Me And My Uncle ->
                      Maggie's Farm
                      Brown Eyed Women
                      Let It Grow

                      Set 2

                      Samson And Delilah
                      Iko Iko
                      Looks Like Rain ->
                      He's Gone ->
                      Nobody's Fault But Mine ->
                      Spoonful ->
                      Drums ->
                      Space ->
                      The Last Time ->
                      Stella Blue ->
                      Sugar Magnolia

                      Knockin' On Heaven's Door


                      Brown-Eyed Women, Lyrics.

                      Brown-Eyed Women
                      Lyrics: Robert Hunter
                      Music: Jerry Garcia

                      Gone are the days when the ox fall down (note a)
                      Take up the yoke and plow the fields around
                      Gone are the days when the ladies said "please
                      Gentle Jack Jones won't you come to me" (note b)

                      Brown-eyed women and red grenadine
                      The bottle was dusty but the liquor was clean
                      Sound of the thunder with the rain pouring down
                      And it looks like the old man's getting on

                      Nineteen twenty when he stepped to the bar
                      Drank to the dregs of the whiskey jar
                      Nineteen thirty when the wall caved in
                      He made his way selling red-eyed gin (note c)


                      Delilah Jones was the mother of twins
                      Two times over and the rest were sins
                      Raised eight boys, only I turned bad (note d)
                      Didn't get the lickings that the other ones had


                      Tumble-down shack in Big Foot County
                      Snowed so hard that the roof caved in
                      Delilah Jones went to meet her God
                      And the old man never was the same again

                      Daddy made whiskey and he made it well
                      Cost two dollars and it burned like hell (note e)
                      I cut hickory just to fire the still
                      Drink down a bottle and you're ready to kill (note f)


                      And it looks like the old man's getting on

                      (a) in a very early version, on 24 August 1971 (DP35) Jerry sang "... when the ox broke down."
                      (b) the lyrics in "Box Of Rain" are "gently, Jack Jones, won't you come to me" and that's what Hunter sings in solo performances. Jerry also sang that in early performances, but changed it subsequently to "gentle Jack Jones ..." - or that's certainly what it sounds like to me.
                      (c) the Hunter lyrics are "He paid his way ..." and Garcia sang that in early versions. But it sounds to me as if he later sang it as "He made his way ..."
                      (d) in the version on 24 August 1971, Jerry sang "Three times over ..." and ""Thirteen children, only I turned bad"
                      (e) at least once in 1985, Jerry sang "Cost five dollars ..." (thanks to Doug Redxxxx for pointing this out)
                      (f) in early versions, Jerry sang "Drink to the dregs and you're fit to kill"

                      Let it grow, lyrics.

                      Weather Report Suite Part II: Let It Grow
                      Lyrics: John Barlow
                      Music: Bob Weir

                      Morning comes, she follows the path to the river shore
                      Lightly sung, her song is the latch on the morning's door (note 1)
                      See the sun sparkle in the reeds; silver beads pass into the sea

                      She comes from a town where they call her the woodcutter's daughter
                      She's brown as the bank where she kneels down to gather her water
                      And she bears it away with a love that the river has taught her
                      Let it flow, greatly flow, wide and clear

                      Round and round, the cut of the plow in the furrowed field
                      Seasons round, the bushels of corn and the barley meal (note 2)
                      Broken ground, open and beckoning to the spring; black dirt live again

                      The plowman is broad as the back of the land he is sowing
                      As he dances the circular track of the plow ever knowing
                      That the work of his day measures more than the planting and growing
                      Let it grow, let it grow, greatly yield (note 3)

                      What shall we say, shall we call it by a name
                      As well to count the angels dancing on a pin
                      Water bright as the sky from which it came
                      And the name is on the earth that takes it in
                      We will not speak but stand inside the rain
                      And listen to the thunder shout
                      I am, I am, I am, I am

                      So it goes, we make what we made since the world began
                      Nothing more, the love of the women, work of men
                      Seasons round, creatures great and small, up and down, as we rise and fall


                      (1) outtakes from the "Wake Of The Flood" studio sessions show that this line was originally "Stepping free, she places her feet where they fell before" (Thanks to Neal Miskin for pointing this out to me.)
                      (2) this line originally started "Harvest dreams ..." instead of "Seasons round ..."
                      (3) this line was originally "Let it grow, richly grow, greatly yield"
                      Last edited by freakyfreaky; 09-22-2008, 02:16 PM.
                      Between childhood, boyhood,
                      & manhood (maturity) there
                      should be sharp lines drawn w/
                      Tests, deaths, feats, rites
                      stories, songs & judgements

                      - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22