Re: The Music Thread
adam_brand, air_supply, beatles, beegees, big_n_rich, billy_joel, bj_thomas, blondie, bonnie_tyler, brian_ferry, bruce_springsteen, bryan_adams, canned_heat, carpenters, cat_stevens, charlie_rich, cold_chisel, corrs, counting_crows, cranberries, crowded_house, dan_hill, daryl_braithwaite, david_bowie, doors, dr_hook, eagles, elo, elton_john, eric_clapton, fefe_dobson, five_for_fighting, fleetwood_mac, garth_brookes, genesis, george_benson, henley-nicks, hollies, james_taylor, jamie_johnson, jewel, jim_croche, john_denver, johnny_cash, jon_mellencamp, kansas, kathleen_edwards, kinks, knack, little_river_band, meatloaf, natalie_merchant, nelly_furtado, paul_kelly, pink_floyd, plastic_bertrand, pretenders, richard_harris, rickie_lee_jones, righteous_brothers, robert_cray, rodney_crowell, roy_orbison, sanford_townsend_band, santana, simon_garfunkel, simple_minds, steeler's_wheels, steely_dan, steve_winwood, stevie_ray_vaughn, sting, supertramp, thin_lizzy, tom_petty, toto, turtles, u2, ultravox, van_morrison, yes.
That's the directory listing. Some only have one track, with just over 300 in total. I've been throughl the 'deep & meaningful' blues/jazz fads so now mostly just oldies that I grew up with in the '70s, and the occasional exception if there might be something new that I can aliken to the sort of oldies that I grew up with in the '70s. That which is familiar is far less distraction than things I have to actually concentrate on to listen to.
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