I just got it(I know, I know, I'm behind the times)and have begun to transfer all the discs that I can onto it. The pod takes a back seat to other things going on and if I weren't here typing, I could be downloading ( -; Now featuring: AC/DC-trying to get everything I can from these guys, always a 2nd favorite. The Doors-Jim and crew have been a staple for years DuckButter-A Steamboat Springs local band that ROCKS!! Of course the Grateful Dead: I own all of their studio stuff including Dick's Picks up to #36 Metallica-Love the earlier stuff and the S&M CD, different. Scorpions-Still lovin' you.....guys from the 80's Moe.-One of the premier jam bands out there today. Fillmore stuff is awesome(4/1-2/05) Pink Floyd-If you listen to music at all, Floyd should be somewhere in your collection. Widespread Panic-What can I say....I love this band. Just got home a few days ago from the Red Rocks shows and they BLEW ME AWAY. The best jam band out there today.
Importing has been slow(P.O.S. computer does not help)but I will eventually get all of it on there. Any ideas on how to import cassettes? I have a ton of them and short of burning them onto discs and then importing them(consuming)I am at a loss.
We........are the eyes of the world!!
1) Sabotage - Beastie Boys Live on SNL 2) White Light/White Heat - Bowie at the BBC 3) That's The Way - Paul Brill Harpooner 4) This Can't Be Love - Ben Webster & Oscar Peterson 5) Suite No. 2 in B Minor - J.S. Bach Orchestral Suites 1-4 6) Poisioned Rose - Elvis Costello King Of America 7) White Riot - The Clash The Clash 8) Cassidy - DP 29 9) Impossible Germany - Wilco Sky Blue Sky 10 I Was Made To Love Her - Stevie Wonder
Musicless at the moment. But I have a whole slew of X Minus One old time radio shows. A bunch of them were written by Ray Bradbury.
Way corny stuff but a total trip.
DP's 1-8 Europe 72 Grayfolded (If you have not heard this album, it's unreal) Buddy Rich- No Funny Hats Slayer-Haunting the Chapel Every Van Halen album with David Lee Roth (One of my favs!!!) Led Zeppelin-Presence
Dead to the Core
Just got an IPOD for Father's Day and uploaded the Olympic Theater shows from 5/3 and 5/4/72. Enjoying them thoroughly!!! now, if I could only get out of the office.......
Green surrounds me while I sit on the porch and watch all the people and cars roll by. Missoula MT ain't such a bad place after all!
yipes, zoomabooma! hope you're healing nicely.
i had to walk alllllll the way to the other room for this, and with a broken leg, mind you... ...talk about weird selections!! Actually not weird to me... I'm always with my Dead (or immediately related, as you can see) but what else I listen to could be almost anything under the sun! On my mp3 player today i've got:
- My Chemical Romance -- I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love - Lynn Anderson -- 16 Biggest Hits - Claire Lynch -- Friends for a Lifetime
- French in Ten Minutes a Day -- disc 3 - a couple of sermons
- Old & In The Way -- 7/24/73 Homer's Warehouse, Palo Alto - The Other Ones -- 7/19/98 Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, Englewood, Colorado
I'm listening to CD "Grateful Dead - Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966" >>>>Standing on the Corner<<<<<< is what came up!! I always have a G.D. CD on my player - random mode!!! Those were the days..........!!!
I just downloaded "Dead Symphony no. 6, An Orchestral Tribute to the Music of the Grateful Dead" conducted by Lee Johnson on itunes. It's awesome!!