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Old 09-30-2005, 11:42 PM   #106
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It's over

I'm doing Jungleland again
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I gotta say that one of my favorite moments on any song ever is when the organ on Jungleland (during the intro) comes in during the "From the churches to the jails..." part. Simply amazing!
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Finished. That record was less than forty minutes.

Hey I think for the next party let's listen to one of IWB's crazy punk/hardcore records. Would be something different.
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Jungleland really is like a mini-opera, isn't it?
Sure is. Or it's the conclusion to the rock opera which started with Thunder Road. The song which I'm listening to again now.
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jungeland must be played again.

yeah yertle, that would be a great idea. actually, i'd love to subject you all to the sinners & saints 'the sky is falling' album because it's probably my favorite thing ever recorded by anyone. but i'm sure you'd all come to my house and stone me cos i don't think everyone would be too much of a fan...
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JUNGLELAND SOLO!!!!!!!!
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And it's over.

yeah, that was really depressing. although it meant i could run to the bathroom. my enjoyment of the latter half of jungleland was severely compromised by really needing to pee. of course, i didn't want to press pause or anything. make my kidneys suffer.

looking over that post, that was probably more than anyone needed to know, if they even read it.
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Finished. That record was less than forty minutes.

Hey I think for the next party let's listen to one of IWB's crazy punk/hardcore records. Would be something different.
At the end of the Abbey Road party I asked the others what they wanted:

Classic Albums, or something obscure.

Everyone wanted Classic. But I would love to do something different.

Thoughts?
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Oh, that sax is solo is just...... too good to be true. I bow to the Big Man!!!
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i like classic just because i'm not familiar with as many classic albums as i should be.

but then i'm guilty of only voting for the classics that i've heard a million times.

i'd like to do exile on main street, though, which is a middle ground for me...having heard it, but not listened to it extensively.
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And what happens next?

I put on ITunes on random.

10th Ave Freeze Out
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hahaha, perfect.


i'm still on jungleland second listen. it's almost over though.
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hahaha, perfect.


i'm still on jungleland second listen. it's almost over though.
Me too.
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i like classic just because i'm not familiar with as many classic albums as i should be.

but then i'm guilty of only voting for the classics that i've heard a million times.

i'd like to do exile on main street, though, which is a middle ground for me...having heard it, but not listened to it extensively.
I love that record. I sent you that record

My original plan with this was to play music I loved, for people who'd never heard it before. Greedy fucker that I am

I like the idea of listening to a record we all love together.

But I love the idea of turning someone onto something they've never heard before.

I mean, we give the record away for these parties.
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