Here are all the jams that dylandrygin likes
by The Beatles
Another book jam. Read 'Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close ' by Jonathan Safran Foer last week. Loved the Beatles references as have a Beatles thing with my dad. Haven't seen the film and am glad as I think it would have spoilt it. A sad and beautiful book that has stuck with me. #bookjam
Jammed: 6th May 2015
by The Beatles
#ElectionJam A short series of musical accompaniments to the UK GE2015. Listening is not an endorsement. Some are tenuous at best. Number #3, establishment favourites and one of the best British beat combo's since Radiohead.
Jammed: 23rd Apr 2015
by David Bowie
Cut-up lyrics. Sophisticated arrangements. An inspiration as appeared out of nowhere. Life on Mars? is not only a genuine diamond of inspiration and poetry but yet the perfect incarnation of what Bowie is and what his Art is about...
Jammed: 8th Apr 2015
by The Gun Club
Do you remember The Gun Club/Jeffrey Lee Pierce? Such a shame he died so tragically and at such a young age! This is one of my favourite Gun Club songs #fromthearchives
Jammed: 29th Mar 2015
by Guns N' Roses
Drunkenly singing this in the pub with the other half while our friends looked at us like we were crazy for: a) liking G'n'R b) singing G'n'R in public reminded me just why I love him. ❣ "I'd hate to look into those eyes and see an ounce of pain" ❣
Jammed: 15th Mar 2015
by The Velvet Underground
#ThisWeekIsForLovers #Love ... My 'Love-Jam' week has been WIPED-OUT!! ALL FOUR of my remaining jams I had planned from today are 'restricted'...yeh , even my 5th stand-by one on the 'substitutes bench'!! This is gettin' ridiculous. I think we should all send a TIMJ petition to WMG to ask what their problem is & to get their act together.......Anyway,.. Enough grumbling......just need to get my thinking cap on again for the next three days. This one was meant for the Velvets' album, "Loaded" but was omitted which is a shame because I think it would've made such a sweet final track for their final album...............Just for the record, the 5 jams I wanted that were all prohibited were..."I want everything" by Luna..."O Caroline" by Matching Mole..."Lips that would kiss" by The Durutti Column and the 'big' one for Saturday...."Stay with me, baby" by Lorraine Ellison....and "The torch song" by Todd Rundgren was on the 'subs' bench!
Jammed: 11th Feb 2015
by Miles Davis
Listening through Bitches Brew and Jack Johnson, I am amused at how Teo Macero and Holger Czukay had the exact same ideas at the same time, although they were unaware of each other's existence.
Jammed: 9th Feb 2015
by Bob Dylan
They're selling postcards of the hanging They're painting the passports brown The beauty parlor is filled with sailors The circus is in town Here comes the blind commissioner They've got him in a trance One hand is tied to the tight-rope walker The other is in his pants And the riot squad they're restless They need somewhere to go As Lady and I look out tonight From Desolation Row.
Jammed: 25th Jan 2015
by Papa Charlie McCoy
Charles "Papa Charlie" McCoy (May 26, 1909 – July 26, 1950) was an African American delta blues musician and songwriter. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, McCoy was best known by the nickname 'Papa Charlie'. He became one of the major blues accompanists of his time. A guitarist and mandolin player, he played in the Mississippi area with his band, The Mississippi Hot Footers. Info from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papa_Charlie_McCoy
Jammed: 23rd Jan 2015
Bought the LP in 1977 and have never tired of it.This is a beautiful song and even dented the top 40(if memory serves me right)in the days when vinyl records sold in tens/hundreds of thousands.Having now checked,was in fact on the flip of Prove It and reached no.25 in UK charts during the summer of '77.
Jammed: 21st Jan 2015
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