View Full Version : Late night listening please?

18th Apr 2009, 23:46
A bit of a stab in the dark this one.

I have a sequence of late nights (working on computer) lined up and some good music will help.

I would be grateful for (youtubeable) links but if you don't mind they will have to be long players, blues based, no horns, hammond organ, gritty and no vocals.

Akin to the Boddingtons add

YouTube - Boddington's beer advert 1992 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mp646_H_xo)

Many thanks



18th Apr 2009, 23:55
YouTube - Hubble while on an Air Moon Safari (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsHp9NUjqD8)

Blues based hardly narrows it down...;)

19th Apr 2009, 00:18
No vocals, no horns but possibly not gritty enough for you?

Here's 13.57 minutes to pass the time anyway...

Part 1:-
YouTube - Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - Part 1 "Rego Park Blues" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZpahrPqj34)

Part 2:-
YouTube - Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - Part 2 "Rego Park Blues" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxcMxcSvDq0&feature=related)

19th Apr 2009, 01:23
Have some Booker T and the MGs:

19th Apr 2009, 01:52
The Goon Show

19th Apr 2009, 02:10
For fans of Bachman-Turner Overdrive or The Guess Who, Randy Bachman has his own 2-hour variety program, Randy Bachman's Vinyl Tap, every Saturday evening at 23:00 Z. That's 19:00 Eastern. The program progresses across the country by time zone, here's the web address for the Vancouver show, on right now.
http://http://www.cbc.ca/listen/streams/r1_vancouver_32.html (http://www.cbc.ca/listen/streams/r1_vancouver_32.html)

19th Apr 2009, 03:25
Search for the band of your choice and this will DJ for you:

Music Dewolfe Radio ? Last.fm (http://www.last.fm/listen/artist/Music%2BDewolfe/similarartists)

19th Apr 2009, 06:55
Or The Radio, which is currently rolling through Gordon Lightfoot songs for me as I Pprune.

theRADIO.com (http://www.theradio.com/)

G&T ice n slice
19th Apr 2009, 08:32
I've actually lost the link but I think this is the one:
Radio llanera (http://radiollanera.com/)

Lots of vocals, but all in southeast-colombian spanish, so you can treat the vocal line just as another 'instrument'