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Live version of “Murder by Numbers” which was only available as a bonus track on the cassette version of Synchronicity and as the B-side of the “Every Breath You Take” single. Synchronicity was released on this day in 1983.

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Cold Chisel were loved & very successful here but not much overseas. Basically they were an Aus. rock pub band & wrote mostly about Australian experiences.

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I listened to The Police at lot in the 80’s. :rotating_light: :notes: :two_hearts::

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The Pretenders are also one of my fav bands that came out in the '80s.
“Talk Of The Town”

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When I did a house concert with Lydia Loveless in Raleigh, NC a few years back, she was kind enough to play a few requests. One of mine was “Talk of the Town” which I’d seen her do at the first show we did together a couple years prior to that in Durham.

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For fans of Little Feat, this song from Margo Cilker’s debut album Pohorylle includes nice shoutouts to them and “Willin’” that I didn’t pick up on first listen despite the title of the song.

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Mount Moriah at Pickathon in 2016 playing a cut from their most recent release, How To Dance. They took a break after that with Heather McEntire releasing two solo albums. I have no idea if or when they will ever return but have fingers crossed that they will.

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Sierra Ferrell fires it up - Dim Lights Thick Smoke (Flatt And Scruggs)

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One of my favorite Radiohead songs…

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My favorite live version of this song…

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My favorite live version of THIS song.

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Heartless Bastards performing “Revolution” from their latest album, A Beautiful Life as part of a Do512 Lounge session back in March.

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From this day in 2013, my first and only Cooley show which was at Local 506 in Chapel Hill, NC. As you may be able to detect from this clip, the crowd was a bit out of hand, which is an understatement. At one point he said, “this isn’t a conversation,” which fell on deaf ears. I also remember someone walking up to the stage and throwing the devil horns, a first for me at an acoustic show. When he didn’t come back out for an encore I can’t say I was the least bit surprised.

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Mirrored from R.E.M. HQ
“Peter and Scott were honored to perform in a sold out concert at Hollywood Theater in Portland with Lonnie Holley”.
Peter said, “Monday night Scott and I, plus some new musical friends backed up famous artist and singer Lonnie Holley. We improvised, he preached. It was an intense and beautiful evening. I hope this might inspire some of y’all to look up his work.he is a mighty man.”
“Lonnie is a spontaneous songwriter, a fantastic artist and philosopher of sorts,” Scott said. He lives in Atlanta and can be experienced at lonnieholley.com. Scott added, “He’s an amazing man and the night of music was joyous, mysterious and magical.” As Lonnie says, “After the instrument is gone, the music remains …”

I don’t know of Lonnie Holly
I couldn’t find a live vid of Peter & Scott with Lonnie in Portland. I found this one I liked. - Mile After Mile (Live at National Sawdust) 2017

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Emmylou Harris and the Nash Ramblers covering Steve Earle’s “Guitar Town” back in 1992.

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Paste on the road with Margo Cilker in Boise, Idaho from a few months ago.

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I can’t remember where I first heard the soundtrack to 1978 film The Last Waltz. I liked it so much I bought the vinyl record. This is one of my fav tracks from it.

Joni Mitchell - Coyote

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There are too many videos but during the Accelerate tour March 2008, R.E.M. came to Austin and I was very honored to be Michael’s “special guest at the SXSW Festival concert. He said hello to me during the concert and no one had any idea what he was talking about and the following day as his guest” at the Austin City Limits TV show taping front row. I once counted I showed up 28 times on the DVD. That was certainly supernice and super serious. Here is example in the beginning of this song my wife points to him.

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On this day in 1967, “All You Need Is Love” was broadcast as part of Our World, the first live, international, satellite television transmission which was seen by somewhere around 400 to 700 million people. This song closed the program and was broadcast from Abbey Road Studios in London. More info below.

55 Years Ago: The Beatles Perform ‘All You Need Is Love’ Live Via Global Satellite | 93.3 Classic Hits.

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Keeping with Beatles, the late, great Chris Cornell, awesome cover of “A Day In The Life”

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