Music: what are you Listening to now?

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Seeing the Apocalypse Now soundtrack on your list reminded me of the water skiing scene, which took me to Devo's cover, and then this snippet from The New Yorker:

First heard Devo in late '78 or early '79. Was attending Kent State and saw the Zappa film 200 Motels was going to be shown at the Kiva. Being a big Zappa fan I went to see the movie. Prior to the movie they showed some shorts which included a couple music videos by Devo. One of them was Jocko Homo. Went home after the movie but couldn't get one part of that song out of my mind. It kept just cycling through my brain. Next day I went to the record store and bought Are We Not Men? That was it, Actiondebbie and I both were hooked!

I can also recommend Be Stiff by Devo. An early import album from Great Britain. Very garage band. Only about six tracks but worth checking out.
 

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Not listening right now, but ordered 4CD limited edition soundtrack for "The Thin Red Line", besides that music from "HBO Band of Brothers" and from "HBO The Pacific".
 
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When your looking for a demo and find a great song/voice...

 

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Piper at the Gates of Dawn

Apparently I climbed into the Wayback Machine. πŸ₯°
 

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Continuation of my cassette tape playlist.
3.1.21 Playlist

117. Mix Tape

118. Sparks – Pulling Rabbits Out of a Hat

119. Devo – Total Devo

120. INXS – Welcome to Wherever You Are

121. The B52s – Cosmic Thing

122. The Replacement – Don’t Tell a Soul



3.2.21 Playlist

123. The Three O’Clock – Sixteen Tambourines

124. UB40 - 1980-1983

125. Madness – One Step Beyond (bad tape ☹)

126. Devo – Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (squeaky tape ☹)

127. Simple Minds – New Gold Dream

128. Sparks – Angst In My Pants

129. Devo – Greatest Misses

130. Fishbone – In Your Face

131. Generation X – Valley of the Dolls



3.4.21 Playlist

132. Oingo Boingo – Boingo

133. The B-52s – The B-52s, Wild Planet & Whammy



3.5.21 Playlist

134. Thomas Dolby – The Golden Age of Wireless

135. Oingo Boingo – Good For Your Soul

136. Jane’s Addiction – Ritual De Lo Habitual

137. Split Enz – Time and Tide



3.8.21 Playlist

138. Madness – Keep Moving.

139. Tears For Fears – A: Songs From the Big Chair B: The Hurting

140. Oingo Boingo – Deadman’s Party

141. The Big Chill Soundtracks

142. New Order – Low-Life

143. The Clash – London Calling



3.9.21 Playlist

144. Danny Elfman – So-Lo

145. Wire Train – In a Chamber

146. Billy Joel – Greatest Hits Vol 1 & 2

147. XTC – Oranges and Lemons

148. Big Audio Dynamite – No. 10 Upping St.



3.15.21

149. The Clash – The Story of the Clash, Vol 1, Sides 3&4

150. URGH! A Music War, Soundtrack – Part 2

151. X – Live at the Whisky a Go-Go

152. The Cure – Standing On The Beach



3.19.21 Playlist

153. The Proclaimers – Sunshine On Leith

154. The Toy Dolls – Far Out Disk

155. Thomas Dolby – The Flat Earth

156. The Rugburns – A: Morning Wood B: Mommy I’m Sorry
 

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Continuation of my cassette tape playlist.
3.1.21 Playlist

117. Mix Tape

118. Sparks – Pulling Rabbits Out of a Hat

119. Devo – Total Devo

120. INXS – Welcome to Wherever You Are

121. The B52s – Cosmic Thing

122. The Replacement – Don’t Tell a Soul



3.2.21 Playlist

123. The Three O’Clock – Sixteen Tambourines

124. UB40 - 1980-1983

125. Madness – One Step Beyond (bad tape ☹)

126. Devo – Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (squeaky tape ☹)

127. Simple Minds – New Gold Dream

128. Sparks – Angst In My Pants

129. Devo – Greatest Misses

130. Fishbone – In Your Face

131. Generation X – Valley of the Dolls



3.4.21 Playlist

132. Oingo Boingo – Boingo

133. The B-52s – The B-52s, Wild Planet & Whammy



3.5.21 Playlist

134. Thomas Dolby – The Golden Age of Wireless

135. Oingo Boingo – Good For Your Soul

136. Jane’s Addiction – Ritual De Lo Habitual

137. Split Enz – Time and Tide



3.8.21 Playlist

138. Madness – Keep Moving.

139. Tears For Fears – A: Songs From the Big Chair B: The Hurting

140. Oingo Boingo – Deadman’s Party

141. The Big Chill Soundtracks

142. New Order – Low-Life

143. The Clash – London Calling



3.9.21 Playlist

144. Danny Elfman – So-Lo

145. Wire Train – In a Chamber

146. Billy Joel – Greatest Hits Vol 1 & 2

147. XTC – Oranges and Lemons

148. Big Audio Dynamite – No. 10 Upping St.



3.15.21

149. The Clash – The Story of the Clash, Vol 1, Sides 3&4

150. URGH! A Music War, Soundtrack – Part 2

151. X – Live at the Whisky a Go-Go

152. The Cure – Standing On The Beach



3.19.21 Playlist

153. The Proclaimers – Sunshine On Leith

154. The Toy Dolls – Far Out Disk

155. Thomas Dolby – The Flat Earth

156. The Rugburns – A: Morning Wood B: Mommy I’m Sorry
Also a fan of the B-52s, their early stuff. Part of my new wave/punk phase as Zappa was, IMHO, on the decline.

For some reason the early music of mostly all the groups I listen to appeals to me more than later offerings. The Beatles and Doors being the exceptions that spring to mind.
Funny thinking about it the same for ASL.πŸ€”πŸ€” That is the earlier scenarios and modules.

Btw very much enjoy reading your playlist. Please continue. 😊
 
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Also a fan of the B-52s, their early stuff. Part of my new wave/punk phase as Zappa was, IMHO, on the decline.

For some reason the early music of mostly all the groups I listen to appeals to me more than later offerings. The Beatles and Doors being the exceptions that spring to mind.
Agreed, I'm surprised when I find myself preferring the latter work of a musician's repertoire, for example Cocteau Twins. With many artists it seems that burst of creativity can die down after the initial phase, I've also noted that with cartoonists as well.
 

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Agreed, I'm surprised when I find myself preferring the latter work of a musician's repertoire, for example Cocteau Twins. With many artists it seems that burst of creativity can die down after the initial phase, I've also noted that with cartoonists as well.
Some cartoonists knew when to bow out while on top, Watterson and Larson are two.
 

Actionjick

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Continuation of my cassette tape playlist.
3.1.21 Playlist

117. Mix Tape

118. Sparks – Pulling Rabbits Out of a Hat

119. Devo – Total Devo

120. INXS – Welcome to Wherever You Are

121. The B52s – Cosmic Thing

122. The Replacement – Don’t Tell a Soul



3.2.21 Playlist

123. The Three O’Clock – Sixteen Tambourines

124. UB40 - 1980-1983

125. Madness – One Step Beyond (bad tape ☹)

126. Devo – Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (squeaky tape ☹)

127. Simple Minds – New Gold Dream

128. Sparks – Angst In My Pants

129. Devo – Greatest Misses

130. Fishbone – In Your Face

131. Generation X – Valley of the Dolls



3.4.21 Playlist

132. Oingo Boingo – Boingo

133. The B-52s – The B-52s, Wild Planet & Whammy



3.5.21 Playlist

134. Thomas Dolby – The Golden Age of Wireless

135. Oingo Boingo – Good For Your Soul

136. Jane’s Addiction – Ritual De Lo Habitual

137. Split Enz – Time and Tide



3.8.21 Playlist

138. Madness – Keep Moving.

139. Tears For Fears – A: Songs From the Big Chair B: The Hurting

140. Oingo Boingo – Deadman’s Party

141. The Big Chill Soundtracks

142. New Order – Low-Life

143. The Clash – London Calling



3.9.21 Playlist

144. Danny Elfman – So-Lo

145. Wire Train – In a Chamber

146. Billy Joel – Greatest Hits Vol 1 & 2

147. XTC – Oranges and Lemons

148. Big Audio Dynamite – No. 10 Upping St.



3.15.21

149. The Clash – The Story of the Clash, Vol 1, Sides 3&4

150. URGH! A Music War, Soundtrack – Part 2

151. X – Live at the Whisky a Go-Go

152. The Cure – Standing On The Beach



3.19.21 Playlist

153. The Proclaimers – Sunshine On Leith

154. The Toy Dolls – Far Out Disk

155. Thomas Dolby – The Flat Earth

156. The Rugburns – A: Morning Wood B: Mommy I’m Sorry
Devo Day in Akron by Mayor's proclamation!

Listening to Are We Not Men and Duty Now For the Future.

Actiondebbie rocking out adding song after song to her play lists on Alexa. Lol she's been listening to too much tiki music. Needs Devo to get the blood flowing.

Btw quite like the tiki music myself!πŸ€—πŸ€—
 
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