Here are all the jams that etudor6 likes
by Rolling Stones
As you know, I often write a lot to say something very simple... a friend of mine says "we actually don't TALK in English, we tell a whole story just to explain what we're talking about" and that's why, if i was to mention every person that I wanna thank, it might really take all night long! That's why all your comments always meant so much to me, and I've always tried to respond to every person that wrote me anything, or left just a simple *smile* on my page throughout these 3 years. This place has changed my life in so many ways, it has uplifted me when i was sad, it was something to hold on to when things looked messy, there was always something happening even in the middle of the night and the insomniacs found a place to relax, laugh and listen to great music. What I would never have imagined is that happiness and love would have found me here as well, when @jackietheripper came my way and made things even brighter and better ♥♥♥ (continues)
Jammed: 25th Sep 2015
by Neil Young
25 Years of Jam continues: My #1 album of 2010 was Le Noise by Neil Young. This solo electric album—just him and the atmospheres created by Daniel Lanois's production—is an incredible document and, for my money, Young's best album since 1994's Sleeps with Angels. I take this song to be autobiographical. If you're one of the folks who's had enough with the sound realms of Lanois production, give this a shot. Sink into it and listen to the words. Young is going places on this album that he's never been before on record. Le Noise is his finest work of this century.
Jammed: 20th Sep 2015
by Pink Floyd
My last jam. Thanks to TIMJ, and to everyone on it. You guys are the best. @leejohnson turned me on to Gods Jukebox. Definitely worth checking out. Maybe Ill see you there http://www.godsjukebox.com/selections/username/Ericbforpres/
Jammed: 13th Sep 2015
First serious album I ever owned, passed down by my sister. Seems like a fitting way to wrap this thing up. It has been a blast, see you all in whatever incarnation we move to next. Though sadly stragglers will be lost, I'm sure, and that is a pity! Thank you all for sharing, and educating. I feel all the better for it. Jim
Jammed: 11th Sep 2015
Jamming favourites #TillTheWheelsFallOff. One of my all time favourite albums and a hugely influential one. As a young drummer, hearing Phil Collins play was an inspiration, still is actually and it annoys me when he's dismissed so regularly and easily given that he's one of the greatest musicians this country has ever produced. I'm always astonished by the magnificence of this album; the glorious structures and shifts in pattern, the fabulous storytelling. Just beautiful. #LongLiveTheJams
Jammed: 12th Sep 2015
It's almost September... Thank you TIMJ for letting us have a place to share tunes, discover new music, meet friends, and countless other things. There's really not a music site like TIMJ and this site definitely deserves to be appreciated for that. This site was kept alive by it's faithful members who always had great music to share, so I speak to all the members of this community and say, "Thank you". If you want to stay in touch after TIMJ is archived, find me at Last.fm (scroll allll the way down to find that), or Let's Loop:www.letsloop.com/bankstatement
Jammed: 29th Aug 2015
by The Rolling Stones
The 80s for the Rolling Stones were all feuding, bad vibes and nastiness. The principals sniped and spat, one pointedly ignoring the other when he recorded solo, the other using his record to publicly dress down his erstwhile partner. When they did deign to bury the hatchet, the result was the seriously underwhelming “Steel Wheels”. But, but…..not on the album, hidden away on the B-side of the single, to be found on jukeboxes in dive bars only, was “Fancy Man Blues”. On hearing the playback, Bill Wyman thought it was some obscure Jimmy Reed cover, the Stones channeling their bad vibes and nastiness into the blues. But the blues was all their own.
Jammed: 26th Aug 2015
by David Bowie
My contribution to #FilthyFriday today is a song where I, OF COURSE. have absolutely NO idea what the words are about. .....well, you see , they just 'sound' filthy, that's all......... because as you all know, I am a virtuous soul, who has lived a sheltered life like an angelic cherub raised in a monastery & who even once thought that " A Walk On The Wild Side" was about a stroll in Kew Gardens..........
Jammed: 28th Aug 2015
by John Williams
The end is almost upon us. Farewell TIMJ. www.letsloop.com/MrBrightside
Jammed: 19th Aug 2015
What a time the #70s were! Roger Dean covers, great logos, fantasy escapes to middle earth (or anywhere that wasn't under the cold war threat and petrol rationing). Flared, frayed hem blue jeans & airforce coats, college notes in gasmask bags, rugby shirts with popped collars, long hair, patchouli oil & incense sticks & damp desert boots. Howe at the top of his game - the most singular & weirdly influenced & influential guitar possible ever, man. Bruford & White, Wakeman & Moraz, ah! Squire too. Probably least of all is wee Jon, sounding like a castrated chipmonk from a posh cathedral school, a voice so high your brain can filter it out to allow the beauty & wonder of this band. Yes copied no-one, no-one could copy Yes. The 1st time I heard this, I hated it & didn't understand it. It was foreign, but once familiarity was established, it began to make sense, have structure, it began to earworm its way into the brain, to excite & reward, to amaze & amuse. #progrock at its finest. Enjoy.
Jammed: 18th Aug 2015
by Roby Lakatos Ensemble
The Romani violinist with his moustache and band in the R3 studios a few months ago.
Jammed: 18th Aug 2015
Thought this was a fitting song for my number 100 and the fact My Jam is ending. I've really enjoyed this place and found a load of great tunes that had escaped me or not heard in a long time. Dx
Jammed: 17th Aug 2015
by Freddie King
I couldnt let it end without jamming another track from my favorite of the #blues Kings. So here is Freddy playing Same Old Blues a Don Nix song which coincidently was on the first Freddy King album I bought called "Getting Ready", the first of many and the start of an appreciation that has lasted for many years. Morning rain keeps on falling Like the tears that fall from my eyes As I sit in my room staring out at the gloom That's the rain in the same old blues
Jammed: 16th Aug 2015
by King Crimson
Well, as a final swan song I spent an age searching and going through favourites I'd jammed before - maybe something a bit longer than the usual 4-5 minutes... By coincidence instead came across this gem - favourite band, four great tracks all segwayed together, motto for life...as a last jam from me it just fits..
Jammed: 11th Aug 2015
Sadly This Is My Jam is going to shut down because of losing the battle for the open web. I've been here for over than 2 years now and I'm gonna miss it, gonna miss you all! Somebody told me of another place tot look at, you can find me there on this link: http://www.letsloop.com/Caronline Thanks everybody for a great time here and maybe we meet again on LetsLoop or at another place on cyberspace ;-)
Jammed: 11th Aug 2015
by Neil Young
I've never jammed Neil Young.. Haven't been a huge fan to be honest.. but over the last couple of years he's been growing on me. Really like this song, it also seems fitting in some strange way. Find me at http://www.letsloop.com/Avante
Jammed: 11th Aug 2015
by The Beatles
This is Harrison saying "f-you" to John and Paul. They usually only begrudgingly allowed songs penned by him on the albums because they didn't think he was as good as either of them. Even if he wrote a song I think he only got .8% of the songwriting profits. John and Paul got 15%. "If you think the chords are wrong, they aren't, I wrote it like that." But hey, it's only a song by that Northern guy.
Jammed: 7th Aug 2015
by Led Zeppelin
Even though the IV version is noted for Bonham's drum beat, the drum beat on this version is also a MINDBLOWER - open and closed hi hat madness.
Jammed: 8th Aug 2015
by Paul McCartney
Underrated single from 1986 album 'Press to Play'. This was an instant love for me because it combines my favourite things: 80s Music, Phil Collins, Hugh Padgham and Paul McCartney. Lovely video too as Paul makes his way around the tube. Shame the album wasn't so good, but at least we have this.
Jammed: 4th Aug 2015
In an effort to get all my shameful hair metal out of the way, I will also admit to having a couple of Poison albums. The first of which, Open Up And Say Ahh.. contained this track. Okay, it is still fun to listen to, but gets scorn from my serious thrash friends.. ;)
Jammed: 25th Jul 2015
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