Here are all of kfarrnd's jams.
by Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
I hadn't jammed in September after I concluded my Jamming with the "Aja" album, as I was Looping, Nusiking, and Juking. But, since today is the end I thought I would come back for one last encore. Thanks TIMJ for making this site the most welcoming place on the web. And thanks to all of you Jammers for your tunes, your stories and your kind comments. I am on all three of the Jam alternatives mentioned above as KFarrND with the same "Aja" avatar. Eventually I'll pick one and God's Jukebox is the leader in the clubhouse right now. I'll finish with the final tune from Ryan Adam's "Gold" album. I probably jammed Ryan more than any other artist. Goodnight TIMJ, see the rest of you at the next place. #ThanksTIMJ
Jammed: 25th Sep 2015
by Steely Dan
My #FinalJam. I've been jamming each song off Steely Dan's outstanding album "Aja" as my #LastJams over the past week and a half. Today is the closing track "Josie". I've been fortunate enough to see Steely Dan 5 times and they've played this tune all but one show. Other than "My Old School", no other tune gets the crowd dancing in the aisles more than this one. So I'll go out on a high note. Thanks everyone who have made this site so enjoyable. Our shared love of music brought us to this site, but I truly believe it was the camaraderie and banter that kept us all here. It is a bummer to leave it. And I certainly must get over to the UK someday because I know a good majority of the folks here are from there, and you all are just such kind people. Thanks again everyone and I look forward to keeping up the Jams over at Let's Loop. #ThanksTIMJ
Jammed: 1st Sep 2015
by Steely Dan
My continuing journey to jam each song from the Aja album before I finally pack up and move on from this most excellent website. This is track 6 of 7. Features the deft guitar work of session musician extraordinaire, Larry Carlton. It's not quite a long or as masterful as his "Kid Charlemagne" solo, but it still shows off his genius. Just one more tune to go. #longlivethejams #lastjams
Jammed: 28th Aug 2015
by Steely Dan
I'm finishing up my TIMJ career by playing each track from the "Aja" album from Steely Dan. This is track 5 (just two more after today). Love the horn section here, and Walter Becker adds a nice little guitar solo in the middle. Sometimes he was overshadowed by some of the remarkable session guitarists they brought in, but I always liked his style. #LastJams, #LongLiveTheJams.
Jammed: 27th Aug 2015
by Steely Dan
Finishing out my Jam tenure by jamming each tune in order off the Aja album, which is my favorite album of all time, my favorite band of all time and the CD has been my avatar almost from the very beginning (originally it was the album cover of "Can't Buy a Thrill". This is Track 4 of 7, on my not so Countdown to Ecstasy. Features the backup vocals of the Michael McDonald, who I consider one of the greatest backup singers of all time. "Peg" was the highest Billboard charter of the "Aja" album, peaking at number 11. #LongLiveTheJams #LastJams
Jammed: 26th Aug 2015
by Steely Dan
For my #LastJams, I am playing the Aja album (my avatar, my favorite album, my favorite band), one tune per weekday until August 31st. This is the third track on the record. You may also notice it is my eternal jam, so I thought about saving it until the very last jam, but I thought I would keep the continuity. In my opinion, this song shows Steely Dan's music mastery better than any other. There are 38 different guitar chords in this tune! Plus, it may be the best lyrics Fagen ever wrote. "They got a name for the the winners in the world, I want a name when I lose, they call Alabama the Crimson Tide, call me Deacon Blues." 4 more songs to go. #LongLiveTheJams.
Jammed: 25th Aug 2015
by Steely Dan
Jam 2 (out of 7) of Steely Dan's "Aja" album, as I march to the end of my Jamming career. It's the title track from the record and could very easily be my eternal jam. Steely Dan always employed the best session musicians, and Steve Gadd's drum work and Wayne Shorter's sax solo on this tune serve as evidence. #Longlivethejams #finaljams
Jammed: 24th Aug 2015
by Steely Dan
Ah, thus begins the beginning of the end for me. Since we're not sure what September holds, I'm going to jam my last 7 songs (since I mainly jam on weekdays) which will lead me to August 31st. My jams for the next 7 days (pending rights issues...) will be based on my avatar, my favorite album of all time from my favorite band of all time that contains my eternal jam - the brilliant "Aja" from Steely Dan. It's only 7 songs long, so maybe a cross between an EP and LP, but it's 7 precisely produced, brilliantly written jazz-rock fusion tunes that I love. The opener is the sublime and subtly funky (#funkyfriday ?) "Black Cow".
Jammed: 21st Aug 2015
by James Taylor
My 8 year old daughter is taking guitar lessons this summer. Her latest lesson was the 12 bar blues riff. As she and I practiced it last night, it reminded me of this tune.
Jammed: 18th Aug 2015
My wife encouraged me to watch "Wet Hot American Summer" on Netflix last night. It was mildly humorous, but being set in 1981 it had a killer soundtrack. This tune included. "Turn Me Loose" harkens me back to an amusement park ride that I frequented back in the early 80s, The Music Express at Kennywood - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_Express. Just going round and round in a little car tethered to a center point, blasting great tunes of the era.
Jammed: 14th Aug 2015
I've been a "Songs of Innocence" apologist since Day 1. I've been heavily immersed in U2 though since listening to the "U Talkin' U2 To Me?" comedy podcast that started in the spring of 2014, so I was actually excited for the album vs. ticked off like most others that it auto downloaded to their iTunes. This tune is unlike any of the others on the album, and I think is quite a nice closer.
Jammed: 13th Aug 2015
by Billy Bragg
Cleaning out my "To Be Jammed" log. First heard this back in high school when I finally found someone to drive me to school, instead of taking the old yellow school bus. My friend driving exposed me to many new bands like Jesus Jones, Drivin' n Cryin', The Church, and this gentlemen. All on cassette no less...
Jammed: 12th Aug 2015
by Martin Sanchez
Now that my catharsis is over from the sad news of Sunday, I'm going to get back to jamming and "play out the string" to quote a common sports cliche. I took my kids to the aquarium on Sunday, and I couldn't help but think of Sting's soundtrack work on the IMAX movie "The Living Sea" from the 1990s. This tune came to mind almost immediately as I watched the colorful fish swim amidst the impressive recreated coral reef at our local, excellent aquarium. I keep a "Jam Log" on the Notes app of my phone so I can remember to play tunes that I hear or think of as I'm out and about. It's my goal to now jam everything on that list that I haven't as of yet.
Jammed: 11th Aug 2015
by Sly & The Family Stone
So now begins the countdown to the end of this wonderful site. I picked this song, because I want to thank all of the people I interacted with in this community. Every one has been so kind and polite, and I haven't encountered that on other online forums. Plus, thanks for sharing all the fantastic music that you have, and making my work day much, much better listening to the fine variety of jams that you all select. I'll miss the camaraderie here quite a bit. I know that they'll be turning the lights off soon, but I'll keep jamming until the end. Hope you all do too. Thanks again.
Jammed: 10th Aug 2015
Yes, I'm jamming an artist back to back for the first time in my TIMJ history. Actually back to back tunes off the album even. But Elbow has been spinning frequently in my cranial jukebox, so gotta satisfy that craving somehow. The instrumentation is outstanding on this tune. Wonderful crescendos.
Jammed: 7th Aug 2015
by Ben Kweller
Spent far too much time in airports this week. However, I did hear some cool new songs I had never heard before while waiting in various airline terminals. Including this one. I've never heard of this fella, but this reminded me of Todd Rundgren.
Jammed: 31st Jul 2015
So Wilco put out an album for free over the weekend. Kinda cool. And they didn't make the mistake that U2 did with the whole auto download thing. I've only run through the "Star Wars" album once, and this was the first song that stuck out for me.
Jammed: 20th Jul 2015
Great episode of the podcast "U Talkin' U2 To Me" released yesterday. Made me bummed again though that U2 is coming nowhere near me on their tour. Sounds like they have been putting on spectacular shows.
Jammed: 16th Jul 2015
Found this album tremendous from the first time I listened to it. This jam from Sky Blue Sky starts a little Floyd like and then just rocks out with Nels Cline's crunchy guitar work. One of the best albums from the 00s.
Jammed: 13th Jul 2015
While I won't go as far as to say that these guys are unique, they are certainly blazing some trails that not many others have. They put out some fine music that is certainly not of the rank and file.
Jammed: 9th Jul 2015
by Lenny Kravitz
Heard this at LAX waiting for a red eye last Friday. I don't listen to enough Lenny Kravitz. He's definitely a talent. This is a little more subdued version, but the original recording was not available for jamming.
Jammed: 7th Jul 2015
by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
"This is usually a really long song, folks. And we're going to do it real slow tonight." From "4 Way Street", which depending on my mood, is my favorite live album ever.
Jammed: 26th Jun 2015
Destroyer's "Kaputt" is my favorite album so far of this decade, so I'm anxiously awaiting the new album in August. This song has a Springsteen/Van Morrison kind of vibe to it.
Jammed: 22nd Jun 2015
by The Long Winters
This description is a bit like one of those nested dolls. One of my favorite podcasts is 99% Invisible, which investigates seemingly mundane things like billiard balls, flags, streetlights, etc. and finds interesting stories behind them. Last week's episode focused on how they create music for horror films, but then had a preview of a new podcast called "Song Exploder" at the end of the show. Song Exploder breaks down how musicians create their songs and it had this very fascinating piece how John Roderick and the Long Winters created this tune, which memorializes the space shuttle Columbia disaster. It was a neat peek behind the curtain for how these tremendous artists dream up and execute a song, and in this case a really haunting and poignant one.
Jammed: 15th Jun 2015
I'm not sure what sort of artistic message that these young folk are trying to convey in this video, but I do know they picked a fine tune as the vehicle to broadcast the message. And I thank them for allowing me to jam one of my favorite REM tunes, as this video evades the WMG radar.
Jammed: 12th Jun 2015
by James Taylor
A song from back when James had a band called the Flying Machine. I couldn't find the original recorded version from 1967, so this live version will have to suffice.
Jammed: 26th May 2015
The U2 Tour has kicked off here in North America, and I'm pretty bummed that these guys aren't coming within 18 hours of my abode. So I will not be able to see them, and still "The First Time" is the only time I've seen them (the Pop Mart tour in 1998). I think Zooropa is a sneaky good album.
Jammed: 22nd May 2015
by The Allman Brothers Band
Another instrumental. Classic one at that.
Jammed: 19th May 2015
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