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CaryB

United States United States. DJ since Feb 4, 2009
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40GRAUS RB!~>@CaryB: "very cool, almost forgotten Stones track from 1966" (reblip)

THE ROLLING STONES.Out of Time.

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greentrees more almost forgotten stones 4 @CaryB ~ what up buddy?
 
Haaz for my foolish friend @CaryB

Ronnie Lane: April Fool

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Gen22 rb@postdisillusionment: "ty = ) One of Bowie's saddest songs, love it. Thanks @CaryB @ Gen22 !" (reblip)
 
bytera Hey bu∂∂y! тниχ kindly for the treat, яв❣ Outstanding@CaryB more W.S. Burroughs, helping out the future Mrs. Lou Reed ... hey, sport! @bytera@loetitia (reblip)
 
Usva Abs fab; thanks mate!@CaryB: "more William S. Burroughs, helping out the future Mrs. Lou Reed ... hey, sport! @bytera @loetitia" (reblip)
 
slacktastic Might as well hang the hat then ... rb @CaryB: "come down off your throne and leave your body alone" (reblip)
 
tapirekitten True! TYVM rb@CaryB! [: "thought this sounded about right on a very snowy, icy day"] (reblip)
 
greentrees always get a kick outta this one from the apple catalog.... @LaxtonsSuperb @CaryB
 

Trains by the Vapors (1979 BBC Session)

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Corymon Yeah - Flo & Eddie @greentrees: RB~~~~~~~~>@CaryB: a 60s band whose awesome output is often taken for granted. This reminds me of The Who. (reblip)
 
greentrees RB~~~~~~~~>@CaryB: "a 60s band whose awesome output is often taken for granted. This reminds me of The Who." (reblip)
 
Usva Oh well one cannot have it all; you play good music tho :))@CaryB: I can't sing, I ain't pretty, and my legs are thin (reblip)
   
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