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    Bud Powell at the Gyllene Cirklen in Stockholm in 1962. Wonderful!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P-kpOiT6Eo

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    Well, I listen to (and play) what some people consider a wide range of music, but theres a lot of consistencyĶ..like its mostly from before 1960!

    Walking to town today I listened to Vol 1 of Swinging Hollwood Hilbilly Cowboys (1940s West Coast Country music) on Proper, and walking back I listened to my current fave Naxos CD Django Reinhardt with Vocals 1933-41.

    Then I had a quick practice with the missis for a couple of up and coming gigs: first some traditional English fiddle music from the 18th century, then some 1930s Western Swing. Thats gotta count as listening, right?

    Then I listened to her practice bluegrass mandolin whilst I wasted time on the Lounge when I should have been listing on ebay. Then I listened to the bass line of teenage sons hip hop CD mixing with her mandolinĶ.

    Now Im trawling YouTube for more Bill Monroe clips thanks to pablocham, but getting sidetracked by the Whipporwhills, definitely a HAT BAND!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t38Aa...elated&search=

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YUz6...elated&search=

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jfc5...elated&search=

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlwjR...elated&search=

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    Bill Monroe is great.

    Note: edit to powell post above ...

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    Old Time Radio program called GI Jive. It was a show that played the favorites of those of the armed forces during WWII. GI Jill was the host.

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    Down to the Bone......funky!

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    Not music, but I'm listening to The Maltese Falcon, read by Michael Prichard.

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    Sure, those go together.

    I had to study Bill Monroe in High School once.

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    "Guy Noir" on Prairie Home Companion.
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    At this very moment, I am listening to Midnight Sun by Ella Fitzgerald. My collection is on shuffle.
    Smile, what's the use of crying?

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    The Fleischmann's Yeast Hour with Rudy Vallee, 12/13/1934. Tonight's guests -- Cole Porter, Buck and Bubbles, Beatrice Lillie, Henry Fonda, and William S. Hart.
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