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Old 06-23-2005, 04:50 AM   #31
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I've got too many to mention but I'll just talk about Grant Lee Phillips. He's such an original singer and songwriter and his songs seem to come from some other dimension, which makes its difficult to believe he lives in LA! His solo work, and his work with Grant Lee Buffalo, are worth checking out!

And I love Squeeze too!
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I've got too many to mention but I'll just talk about Grant Lee Phillips. He's such an original singer and songwriter and his songs seem to come from some other dimension, which makes its difficult to believe he lives in LA! His solo work, and his work with Grant Lee Buffalo, are worth checking out!

And I love Squeeze too!
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Also, I've heard a few Grant Lee Philips songs...yeah, he's not too bad, either. I like what I've heard .

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I came across another artist I love but I never have heard much about


Donovan

one of the most fantastic songwriters ever, imo

His album "Fairytale" is one of my most listened to albums... beautiful songs with incredible storytelling and simple musical arrangements
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Old 06-23-2005, 07:56 PM   #41
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you better have looked in the band index before typing the forbidden C-word.

or else it's ..... I dunno.....curtains?
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Led Zeppelin -- truly the best rock n' roll band ever

you list the killers in this group of mega-bands?

damn that's harshing my mellow.
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they're ok

I don't see a Velvet Underground thread in the B&C band index... I'm assuming most people know who they are though, Lou Reed, John Cale, wrote some of the greatest songs ever and influenced basically every modern band?

Right, they rule. My personal favourite is their third album which I believe was just called "VU." What Goes On, Pale Blue Eyes, Murder Mystery...

Other bands I've been listening to lately include Rage Against the Machine, Bright Eyes, Bloc Party, Interpol, Outkast, The Killers, and Alien Ant Farm. All fairly recent bands (except RATM which are obviously split up and Outkast has been around for about 10 years).
I agree completely about the VU. The self-titled one is my fav as well.

If this is supposed to be about obscure bands...I like Spoon, Idlewild, Athlete, Arcade Fire, Interpol, etc...yeah, they're well-known here, but they're not well-known by the general public. That's as close as I get to obscure though.
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Your Zep choice reminds me of a relatively obscure band (at least today)....Bad Company...they just rocked!
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