What are you poptarts listening to?

faux_rillzfaux_rillz 14,343 Posts
edited October 2005 in Strut Central
Started with this: Progressed to this:Now I have the windows open to the rain and am listening to this:
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  • noznoz 3,625 Posts

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
















    Wait.... I mean..... this


  • BreakSelfBreakSelf 2,925 Posts


    and



  • noznoz 3,625 Posts

    fortune city were way past their prime on that one.

  • parenparen 537 Posts

  • Its my 15 year old brother's birthday tomorrow and since he's just getting into music and funk, Im making him a best of James Brown and associates compilation from just the 45s. Right now I'm on Public Enemy Number 1. Sounds so fucking good. Its a great excuse for listening to James Brown all night.

  • bassiebassie 11,710 Posts
    damn. some very nice late night listening.






    this duke record is amazing.beautiful and exciting.



    i am listenig to dj nightcook&david judah's amazing 'top ranking girls' mix.




    hello, early morning brothers.


  • slavinslavin 577 Posts

  • luckluck 4,077 Posts
    Ruby Andrews - Let's Get A Groove Going On (Hyde Park STAND UP!)

    Bob Dylan "Live At Starbucks The Gaslight 1962"





    And 2 choice birthday gifts from my good friend Harry:



    Not even sure from whence this came - handwritten title on pink label Clocktower

    - Agustus Pablo - Forever Love (version 1) / (version 2)



    This is an double-sided, double-artist EP on "Pot 22." Plays at 33 1/3. No labels - text is etched into the dead wax. Yes, it's a boot.

    - Silver Apples - Parkinmeter Mojo / Witchhazel / Farewell To Cheyenne

    - Roy Montgomery - Liverpool 82 / Tangle Edge: Esperus



    Anyone with info about these pieces - please get back with me.[/b]

  • mylatencymylatency 10,475 Posts


    now:


    fany rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • SoulOnIceSoulOnIce 13,027 Posts
    Post edited due to attempting to edit image html blows the post up, I forgot...



    Now:



    Gil Evans - There Comes a Time - RCA



    mind blowing psych jazz with vocals and electronics and mayhem



    Next:



    Terry Callier - Fire On Ice - Elektra



    for the cool down


  • asprinasprin 1,765 Posts

  • Just the best album you've never heard (and may never hear):



    Endless

    listen after listen.


  • asprinasprin 1,765 Posts



    I need this back in my life.

  • faux_rillzfaux_rillz 14,343 Posts
    And now:



    I spend days on Kawasakis
    Nights with Lewinskies
    But I'm the like the Ice Man, Richard Kuklinsky
    I style on New York, pile up my fork
    The Dips, consulted by the son of Malachi York (doggy)
    Cause I push weight, plus I push tapes
    God damn I'm starvin' and I just ate


  • Just the best album you've never heard (and may never hear):

    Endless
    listen after listen.

    BAN
























  • hammertimehammertime 2,389 Posts




    I looooooove Alice's organ work. And the funk groove on "A Love Supreme" is untoppable...such mean BASS!

  • Winding down the evening. Just finished this:



    Now starting this:


  • Black Rob - You Know What

    G Unit - 300 shots

    the two illest Hip Hop songs i've heard in a long time!




  • parsecparsec 5,087 Posts

  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts

  • aegisaegis 261 Posts



    Future Flavors. I think its some D-block affiliates right now

  • MP3'S LIKE:















































    ETC ETC ETC........

  • twoplytwoply Only Built 4 Manzanita Links 2,910 Posts
    I don't know why this gets classified as prog.



    I originally thought it was a two-tracker, but now I'm starting to appriciate the entire album.

  • TabaskoTabasko 1,357 Posts

  • Hotsauce84Hotsauce84 8,450 Posts
    "The Sounds Of Botswana"
    Pete Le Roux
    ZG Records 2005

  • lucerolucero 425 Posts
    ooops shrunk the pic a lil too much,
    this afternoons spins:



    the don burrows quartet .. the jazz sound
    the sir joe is a re
    landscapes of middle earth .. john sangster

  • drewnicedrewnice 5,465 Posts
    I had to break this out yesterday morning for what would prove to be one of the most trying days of my life:







    Did I mention that the day ended with a 41 year old co-worker confessing to me that she was a crack head (her word) and on the streets for four years, and then sweating me the entire ride to the professional function we were to help out at? The whole time assuming that I'm here "by myself," or without a girl, inviting me to dinner at her place (with no furniture), asking if I could walk her home, and when I dipped when she wasn't looking, calling me right after I got in the door? Nah, I don't think I mentioned that...

  • sconesscones 434 Posts
    was checking this:

    now this:


  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts
    I had to break this out yesterday morning for what would prove to be one of the most trying days of my life:



    Did I mention that the day ended with a 41 year old co-worker confessing to me that she was a crack head (her word) and on the streets for four years, and then sweating me the entire ride to the professional function we were to help out at? The whole time assuming that I'm here "by myself," or without a girl, inviting me to dinner at her place (with no furniture), asking if I could walk her home, and when I dipped when she wasn't looking, calling me right after I got in the door? Nah, I don't think I mentioned that...

    Yeesh...what a drag. To better days!

    Oh, and I am listening to this



    too bad it's in this version:



    But I am still happy to have scooped it. I LOVE Herbie Nichols.
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