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United States United States. DJ since Dec 11, 2009
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Blurge A great lost Steve Miller recording. Miller's dreamy vocals, expressively melodic acoustic guitar work and the laid back funk of the bass work here.
Blurge Beautifully dreamy gem from the 3rd CSN album, showcasing some fine acoustic guitar playing and lovely harmonies.
Blurge Hot Tuna's finest instrumental piece featuring Jorma Kaukonen's intricate arpeggiated acoustic guitar work & Jack Casady's melodic bass counterpoints.

Hot TunaWater Song

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Blurge Tony Visconti (T-Rex, David Bowie, Morrissey) produced this great lost album. Visconti also plays the wonderfully liquid bass lines on this track.

Bert JanschYarrow

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Blurge Not too many know about this amazing British folk artist. It's a shame. Check out this masterful performance.

Nic Jones Canadee-I-O

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Blurge One of the UK's greatest rock bands. The incredible Sandy Denny (who wrote this) could convey strength and heart-breaking vulnerability in 1 line.
Blurge The Strawbs never really made it past cult status, but they made some great records that were part-folk-rock, part-prog-rock. This is from Deep Cuts.

StrawbsSimple Visions

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Blurge A highlight from Nashville pop-rock meister Bill Lloyd's debut album Feeling The Elephant.

Lisa Anne

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Blurge This is the title track from the Dwight Twilley Band's mid-70's debut album, which featured the hit "I'm On Fire".
Blurge Peter Case's old band's best known song. This is the studio version, but their live album is no-holds barred rock that is worth seeking out.
Blurge This was Bram Tchaikovsky's one hit, but it was a doozy. The Rhino Power Pop anthologies contain this, as well as a load of other great tracks.
Blurge Classic late 70's guitar pop/rock.
Blurge The closing track of Side One of Dwight Twilley's first solo album called Twilley. The album never went anywhere, which is a shame. It's 1 of his best

Dwight Twilley

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Blurge For a very brief moment in the mid-70's, this group made a splash for the few fans of Badfinger, Dwight Twilley, Big Star at the time.

Blue: Little Jody

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Blurge This is one of the many highlights from Rundgren's masterful double-album Something/Anything.
Blurge Besides Big Star, Memphis had a number of great Beatles-influenced pop rock artists. Van Duren's Are You Serious? is a great lost album in that genre.
Blurge Big Star founder Chris Bell's most famous song. Recorded at Shoe Recording in Memphis, TN. This is known as the "slow" version, but it is the original
Blurge No one ever mentioned this tracks when Big Star is brought up, but it's a crazy dissonant gem from Radio City.
Blurge One of the finest Anglo-Power Pop/Rock artists in the history of that genre. Smart passionate adult rock songs supported by some of Nashville's best.

Bill Lloyd ; Back To Even

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Blurge If you like James Taylor and that kind of singer/songwriter artistry, you should check out Mac MacAnally. Live and Learn is probably his best album.
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