"Dream Within A Dream" - Propaganda http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=SS86mjP4NYY
Edgar Allen Poe born on this day 200 years ago.
Rain When I Die - Alice in Chains. w00t.
Same band, even better song:
Down in a Hole - Alice in Chains.
I think I had a cover I did of this on my website. Can't remember.
Still listening to Propaganda. Jewel. This instrumental piece, I have not found on CD, the CDs I have all have the "rough cut" version with the girls screaming the lyrics from "Duel". So I pull out the LP from time to time.
Escape from the Prison Planet by Clutch.
Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins. Which of the two has the greater view?
Both awsome songs DA. I can play Rooster, but only parts of 'Would?'. And I really, really suck at singing the chorus to Would?. It annoys me that I don't have the cool screamy rock voice. (Or the legions of female admirers, but that's a different story)
On a related note, Heaven Beside You just came on (Alice in Chains aswell, for those who aren't fans). That's one of the songs that me and my bro know the seperate guitar parts for, and it sounds awsome when we jam. And yes, I'll be recording it when I manage to aquire the few other things I need for multi-instrumental recording, but that won't be for a while ($350! Send donations!)
Parrothead - I still regularly play the one and only Propoganda LP that I have. Over time my 'favourite' keeps changing, I'm back to "Dr Mabuse" at the moment.
..... now listening to it on my ipod, thanks to the power of a USB turntable!
Swinging the Alphabet by the Three Stooges.
It's been awhile -Stained
Feel - Robbie Williams
She's Like The Wind - from Dirty Dancing
To any moderator or admin: Could one of you fix the grammar in the thread topic? It has been bugging me for years. . .
Just finished recording Jesus Don't Want Me For A Sunbeam - Originally by Ledbelly as an adaption of a folk/christian song, but more famous off of Nirvana's Unplugged album. Both are better at it than I
Sarah McLaughlin's "Building A Mystery"---yumm!
Robert Tepper - 'No Easy Way Out'
Joe90 closing theme - Barry Gray