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The Show

A pretty well balanced mix of the world of music, maybe somewhat skewed to fuzzed out or jangly guitars and Professor Longhair mambo rhumba boogie.

About Scott

I have had the good fortune of listening to all kinds of music over the course of several decades and spanning many genres. While there is wonderful new music available every day, I still thoroughly enjoy and listen to the early pioneers of blues,jazz,reggae,and rock. As John Lennon once said " If you tried to give rock and roll another name, you would have to call it Chuck Berry."

Favorite Albums

Far too many to name but if I had to pick 25 or so that have been long time favorites: Exile on Main Street-The Rolling Stones, London Calling-The Clash, Summer Teeth- Wilco, The Beatles-The Beatles (White Album), Something Else-the Kinks, My Aim is True-Elvis Costello, Jesus of Cool-Nick Lowe, Hoodoo Man Blues-Junior Wells, Blood on the Tracks-Bob Dylan, On the Beach-Neil Young, Quadrophenia- The Who, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust-David Bowie, The Pretenders-The Pretenders, Ocean Rain-Echo and the Bunnymen, The Smiths-The Smiths, Giant Steps -John Coltrane, Kind of Blue-Miles Davis, Brilliant Corners- Thelonious Monk, What Kind of World-The Cables, Mule Variations-Tom Waits, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road-Lucinda Williams, Abattoir Blues-Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Day for Night-The Tragically Hip, Remain in Light-Talking Heads, Crawfish Fiesta-Professor Longhair, Marquee Moon-Television, Grace-Jeff Buckley, Foolish- Superchunk, Z-My Morning Jacket, Los Angeles-X, Wire - Pink Flag

Current Favorites: St. Cloud- Waxahatchee, We Are Sent Here By History-Shabaka and the Ancestors, Jazzhound- the Buttertones Built to Spill Plays the Songs of Daniel Johnston, Jump Rope Gazers-The Beths Mind Hive-Wire A Hero's Death-Fontaines D.C. Off Off On-This is the Kit

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