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Old 11-15-2006, 07:21 PM   #41
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Have to dig into the vault for some country music then.
Try this:

http://www.cmt.com/music/radio/

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Re: What's everyone listening to?
Old 11-15-2006, 07:31 PM   #42
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Led Zeppelin
Doobie Brothers
Dave Brubeck
Beethoven
Billy Joel - He did a great cover of "Hey Girl" (was that originally done by the Temptations?)
Janis Joplin
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
Cream
Melissa Etheridge - She did a great cover of Tom Petty's "Refugee"
Bonnie Raitt
Eagles
Pretenders
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Wynonna Judd - She did a great cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Freebird"
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Old 11-15-2006, 08:24 PM   #43
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Wynonna did Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll" at Farm Aid...
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Along with all the other crap that gets radio airplay in the US... some of the following does not.

Matthew Good/Matthew Good Band - I prefer his older stuff, the "band".
ZZ Top's Mescalero album.
Alvin "youngblood" Hart - native american singing the blues, I figure he's got the right, but I won't go into it any farther.
The Raconteurs - especially "steady as she goes".
Older Audioslave album
Tragically Hip -
Breaking Benjamin - hard rock
Iio - techno/dance/trance/whatever
Placebo
R.L. Burnside - blues
Snow Patrol

I'll not go on...

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Let's not start that obesity thread all over again. Iz's spouse/kid and siblings are still quite angry about the whole thing and no doubt scarred for life. I don't know if the PBS documentary airs on the Mainland...
Nords, I don't know anything about the PBS documentary or what the "whole thing" was, I was just regreting the loss of IZ.

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Old 02-23-2007, 05:59 PM   #46
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Sorry to bring this topic back, but a local '60's (e.g. "oldies") has started on the net. If you can get by the "ads", you might enjoy it (some late night, when you are slightly drunk )...

http://www.waeb.com/cc-common/stream...?refreshed=yes

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That is a find. I'm listening to Hendrix at Winterland, 1968
With genuflection for donheff's selection, generally I'm listening to Sirius satellite radio (no not Howard) and I'm wondering if I'll get screwed out of my lifetime subscription as Sirius merges with XM...




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With genuflection for donheff's selection, generally I'm listening to Sirius satellite radio (no not Howard) and I'm wondering if I'll get screwed out of my lifetime subscription as Sirius merges with XM...


Merger law 101: all contracts of both companies will survive the merger and become the obligations of the surviving company.
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Merger law 101: all contracts of both companies will survive the merger and become the obligations of the surviving company.
except they always find a way to get out of pensions.....

oh, sorry, that's not a merger, that's reorganization.
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except they always find a way to get out of pensions.....

oh, sorry, that's not a merger, that's reorganization.
Our HR book always states that employment is at will and there is no contract or something similar.
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Merger law 101: all contracts of both companies will survive the merger and become the obligations of the surviving company.
This was a key factor in my getting to FIRE.

The last 10 years of my w*rking life were spent as the lead negotiator going after merged companies who attempted to breach our service agreements. It was one of those jobs no one else seemed to be interested in doing, and for a decade I averaged collecting almost $3M per year in early contract termination settlement payments. I think it was a big reason my number never came up whenever we had headcount reductions.

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Bill Frisell - East West / Live - one the the most interesting guitar players these days.
Ali Farke Toure - In the heart of the moon - great west african guitar & african harp (kora) improv music
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - What's going on - One of the best the many fine NOLA groups today.
Al Hirt & the The Tijuana Brass - (whipped cream and other delights)
Sara tavares - great singer from the canary islands - kind of a blend of african & brazilian music
Oz Noy - Ha !- Israeli guitarist who's a super funky jazz machine.
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Steve Tyrell - Standard Time

Aaron Neville - Bring it on home

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