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Well, I ordered a different DVD off of ebay, but Magic of the Dance starring Michael Flatly came in my mail today.... :?

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I would've guessed you to have the Nirvanna CD from long ago

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I would've guessed you to have the Nirvanna CD from long ago


I've never really been a big fan even though I have In Utero and Unplugged in my collection (wth the latter being my favorite, especially the Leadbelly and Meat Puppets covers). I guess my interest in grunge was somewhat renewed by the fairly recent Gus Van Sant movie Last Days which is loosely based on the last days of Kurt Cobain. Afterwards I picked up a special edition of Mojo magazine called Mojo Classics that focused on Nirvana and Grunge in general which renewed my interest even further. That's where the Soundgarden came in.

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I heard the other day that Courney Love had to sell of her shares of the Nirvana property, and now a Kurt Cobain doll is slated to come out.

I don't really care for the grunge scene, although I appreciate their artistry. I always assumed that Nevermind was the like Bob Marley's Legend. Everyone had to have a copy of it at some point. :lol:

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ilph wrote:
I heard the other day that Courney Love had to sell of her shares of the Nirvana property, and now a Kurt Cobain doll is slated to come out.


I heard about the shares thing but not about the doll part.

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I don't really care for the grunge scene, although I appreciate their artistry. I always assumed that Nevermind was the like Bob Marley's Legend. Everyone had to have a copy of it at some point. :lol:


Out of all the bands that were popular back then the only I can say I really took to in a big way was Pearl Jam (of whom I'm still a huge fan). As that Nirvana/Grunge issue of Mojo Classic so succinctly pointed out Nirvana was just the most visible and successful of those bands, there were lots more on the periphery that were just as (if not more important) to the scene. That's what seems to get lost in shuffle after all of these years. There were also the likes of Screaming Trees, Mudhoney, the Melvins and lots of others that were just as worthy of the attention Nirvana ended up receiving but that sort of timing was just not in their favor.

As for an album nearly everybody owns, I recall Jay Leno doing a piece once where he searched several people's album collectons to try to find a common denominator and he did, it was the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever. I don't have that one in my collection, I always figured one most everybody my age would have is Frampton Comes Alive!.

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Yeah, I'm proud to say Saturday Night Fever's not in my CD collection either.... :lol:

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The last image won't post but it's a CD/DVD combo that includes a CD from Flatt & Scruggs and a DVD from Earl Scruggs. The DVD is Earl Scruggs: His Family & Friends a special that aired on PBS back in the late 60s/early 70s that hasn't been seen since. The guest list is a virtual who's who of folk/rock artists (Dylan, Baez, the Byrds) that signaled Earl's very noticable change in direction from the traditional bluegrass he'd been performing with Lester Flatt up until that point.

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