The Turntable Jukebox

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The Turntable Jukebox

All The Music ⌘ All The Time

All The Music ⌘ All The Time

It’s all about the music. In records, singles, cassettes, eight-tracks, videos.I’ve been listening to music for over 35 years so I decided to put some of it together on this webpage. It came in all shapes and manners, records, eight-tracks, cassettes, the radio stations where I was living, the records stores, large, small and unknown I would frequent.

Alex M. BUSTILLO

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On  The Turntable Jukebox Playlist Page you can scroll through the webpage and listen to all the content. As new music is added to the page it will be accessible here. Remember to scroll left and right at the bottom of the page. All of the website content will be available on this page.
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On the Blues Page, I’ll be looking at classic American Blues artists from the 20th century. I have a strong interest on Rural Mississippi Delta Blues and from there we’ll expand geographically throughout the United States and outside, back to Africa and Europe.

Robert Johnson: The Complete Recordings

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On the Soul Blues Page we’ll be listening to late 1960s and early 1970s style of music that combines elements of blues & soul music.

“I Can’t Stand The Rain” by Ann Peebles 1973

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On the Concept Album Page we’ll travel the highways and byways of Rock to find those strange rare gems that change all you have heard before or after. Buckle Up your seatbelts for the magic carpet ride.

“Pet Sounds” by The Beach Boys 1966

“Nebraska” by Bruce Springsteen 1982 Columbia

“Astral Weeks” by Van Morrison 1968 Warner Bros.

“Ride This Train” by Johnny Cash

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On the Glitter Glam Rock Page we’ll listen to the style of rock and pop music that developed in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s performed by musicians who wore outrageous costumes, makeup, and hairstyles, particularly platform shoes and glitter. The flamboyant clothing and visual styles of performers were often camp or androgynous, and have been described as playing with nontraditional gender roles.

“The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars” by David Bowie

“Suzi Quatro by Suzi Quatro” 1973 Rak Records

“Dandy in the Underworld” by T. Rex

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On the Punk Rock Page we’ll be getting angry and cranking it loud all over the world as we listen to many different Punk Rock influences.

“Violent Femmes” by Violent Femmes Slash Records 1983

“Nevermind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols” by The Sex Pistols 1977

“American Supreme” by Suicide 2002

“Raw Power” by Iggy and The Stooges 1973

“Ramones” by Ramones Sire Records 1976

The Velvet Underground & Nico

“The NightWatchman”

The Nightwatchman “One Man Revolution”

The Nightwatchman “The Fabled City”

“Blondie” By Blondie

“Queen of Siam by Lydia Lunch

 “Saturn Strip” by Alan Vega
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A soundtrack contexualizes a story, a place and a situation. Depending on the film, I enjoy the mix between songs and instrumentalization. On this page, we’ll look at music framed in the context of films. So turn off the lights and butter the popcorn.

“Almost Famous”

“O Brother, Where Art Thou (2000) Soundtrack”

“The Big Chill Soundtrack”

“Deep Blues”

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 On the Country Music Page we’ll be getting Old School with original old country tracks and albums.

“The Bristol Sessions, Tennessee, 1927”

“Stand By Your Man” by Tammy Wynette 1969

Hand Sown… Home Grown” by Linda Ronstadt

Moanin’ the Blues by Hank Williams 1952 MGM Records

Music from Big Pink by The Band 1968 Capitol Records

Ode to Billie Joe by Bobbie Gentry

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The 45 RPM Singles Page will look at commercially or promotionally released singles and their context.

“Texarkana Baby” b/w “Bouquet of Roses” by Eddy Arnold 1949

“Blues Run The Game” b/w “Can’t Get Away From My Love” by Jackson C. Frank

“Poor Side of Town b/w A Man Can Cry” by Johnny Rivers 1966

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On the Spoken Word & Poetry Page  I’ll be looking at the concept of Spoken Word in poetry and speaking. Spoken word is an oral art that focuses on the aesthetics of word play and intonation and voice inflection.
Spoken word is an oral art that focuses on the aesthetics of word play and intonation and voice inflection. It is a ‘catchall’ that includes any kind of poetry recited aloud, including hip-hop, jazz poetry, poetry slams, traditional poetry readings and can include comedy routines and ‘prose monologues’.

Henry Rollins: Wacken Open Air 2016 Spoken-Word Performance

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On the Albums Page I’ll be posting full records with a playlist and article about the artist and album.

“Streets of This Town” by Steve Forbert

“The Envoy” by Warren Zevon

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 On the Performers Page I’ll be looking at the performing aspect of the musicians and bands and listening to the live aspect of the music as it’s performed.

Suicide’s Alan Vega: A Punk Pioneer Who Shoved The Streets Back In People’s Faces

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On the Reading and Writing About Music Page I’ll be looking at how the written word interprets music.

Where Were You When Elvis Presley Died by Lester Bangs

The Origins of the Mississippi Delta Blues

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On the Habits & Vices Page we’ll listen to the Jukebox’s naughty temptations: drugs, bottles, addictions and dependence.

“The Needle and The Damage Done” by Neil Young 1972

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Questions, comments or suggestions send me a message on the Contact Page.

Along with some friends, we’ll be listening to where the muse takes us. Have a fun ride.

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Come along for the magic carpet ride!!!

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I’ll look back at songs, albums (or are they called records?) and performers.
Play the music to keep your dreams…….
“I like performers who I know are for real. You can tell, man, there’s an intensity about their stuff. You can tell right away they’re real people, ya know?”
Alan Vega SUICIDE
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Play the music to keep your dreams…….

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