8 people loved rest_in_peace’s jam Ah, That's The Joint (Part 1)

hsmagnet  |GA| HSMagnet

Into The Rolling Stones, Tom Waits, The Yardbirds, Deee-Lite…

“pepaw, caregiver, veteran, PC gamer. i have reached mid-life, but had plenty of crisis most of my adult life. i know what i like and i am not afraid to tell it. GoBlinARMY member and PBBans Staff www…”

RedWine  Tom Redwine

Into John Hiatt, Cream, Average White Band, Bob Dylan…

“Communications professional, social media ambassador, coffee enthusiast, accidental musician, bemused blogger, community theater groupie & amateur oenophile”

JBoxer  J Boxer ❖ OverlookedUnderrated&Underappreciated

Into Bennie Green, Harry Nilsson, The Diodes, Arthur Russell…

““Music is the only religion that delivers the goods." - F. Zappa ❖ "I see my life in terms of music." - A. Einstein jboxer.bandcamp.com ❖ 8tracks.com/jboxer ❖ soundcloud.com/UnderdogPop ❖ reddwarfcom…”

soorajsoman  Sooraj Soman

Into Nina Simone, Sam Cooke, Dizzy Gillespie & Lalo Schifrin, The Chordettes…

“"I have learnt silence from the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and kindness from the unkind; yet strange, i am ungrateful to these teachers ". Kahlil Gibran”

AnSpailpin  An Spailpín

Into B.B. King, Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman, John Lennon, Phil Collins…

“Optimistically living life to the full in the sun with the rest of the 'Rain Geese',catching up on neglected reading & dusting down old L.P's. Always watching the wheels turn, listening & learning to …”

Lateman  Andrew Latten

Into Creedence Clearwater Revival, Howlin' Wolf, The Ramones, Bo Diddley…

“Quatrain etched on a turnstile/Just set the loop and then go wild”

may33 

Into Vianey Valdez, Lonnie Smith, The Phi Mu Washboard Band, The Residents…

“I wish I had found this place sooner. Going to God's Jukebox and maybe those others, too.”

leejohnson  REWIND TO THE SEVENTIES!

Into The Jimi Hendrix Experience, David Bowie, T. Rex, Neil Young & Crazy Horse…

“Born in 1954, Glam was my thing, "Ziggy" Bowie my hero. My goal on my REWIND TO THE SEVENTIES Jam is to celebrate 70s music, and maybe inform those who were not around at the time.”