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These Are The Roots Of Rhythm And The Roots Of Rhythm Remain

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Talking Heads  Psycho Killer   buy on itunes
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Hey Tonight   buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Bob Dylan's Dream   buy on itunes
Cream  Anyone For Tennis   buy on itunes
Neil Young  Walk On   buy on itunes
Elvis Costello & The Attractions  Clubland   buy on itunes
Paul Simon  Under African Skies   buy on itunes
The Rolling Stones  Get Off Of My Cloud   buy on itunes
The Who  Happy Jack   buy on itunes
The Band  Life Is A Carnival   buy on itunes
U2  Seconds   buy on itunes
The Beatles  Happiness Is A Warm Gun   buy on itunes
The Police  Bring On The Night   buy on itunes
Cream  Tales Of Brave Ulysses   buy on itunes
Side B
Johnny Cash  Folsom Prison Blues   buy on itunes
Echo & The Bunnymen  Never Stop   buy on itunes
Jimi Hendrix Experience  Manic Depression  buy on itunes
John Cale & Lou Reed  Trouble With Classicists   buy on itunes
Van Morrison  Everyone   buy on itunes
Elvis Costello & The Attractions  Radio, Radio   buy on itunes
Paul Simon  Late In The Evening   buy on itunes
The Rolling Stones  Satisfaction  buy on itunes
Kings Of Leon  The Bucket   buy on itunes
The Beatles  I'm So Tired   buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues   buy on itunes
Loretta Lynn with Jack White  Portland, Oregon  buy on itunes
David Bowie  Everyone Says 'Hi'   buy on itunes


Talking Heads, The Who, and Johnny Cash are live.
Paul Simon is with Linda Ronstadt on "Under African Skies".
The Edge sings lead vocals on "Seconds"
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Date: 7/13/2005
looks really nice
Mike Eternity
Date: 7/13/2005
This is some A-list stuff. I especially appreciate the section from "Happy Jack" to "Bring on the Night", and your particular selections by CCR, Echo and the Bunnymen, Van Morrison, Loretta Lynn, Talking Heads (esp. since it's the "Stop Making Sense" version), Johnny Cash, and Elvis Costello could not be better. This is like a record of the finest rock and country acts of the last 40 years. Bravo
Date: 7/13/2005
Dig that Police Tune.
emperor fabulous?
Date: 7/13/2005
this is stellar
Mr. Mirage
Date: 7/14/2005
DAMN straight!

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