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Acoustic Junction — Every Heart
Album: Strange Days
Avg rating:
6.9

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Total ratings: 862









Released: 2000
Length: 3:51
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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Don't feed the trolls
Rolls along like a Johnny Cash song. I really like it. Thank you RP.
 marizotica wrote:
hate it when I can't fing the song on youtube
 
I guess you mean live or recorded video? The track is available on youtube but with just the image of the album cover
First time I heard this - nothing original, but it's great!
 Boxie wrote:
This sligjtly better than the music RP likes to inflict on the listeners.
 
You could always make dramatic exit if you don't like what's played? 
This is why RP is the ONLY station I listen as I enjoy 99.9% of the tunes.
Groovy.
 Boxie wrote:
This sligjtly better than the music RP likes to inflict on the listeners.
 
What?  Long Live RP and ALL THE MUSIC played here....!!
This sligjtly better than the music RP likes to inflict on the listeners.
I'm pretty sure that Reed Foehl wrote and sang this song. Reed is in the rotation on RP singing solo on 'Goodbye World'...
Every time i hear this song I have to double check and see if its the Violent Femmes
quite refreshing!
 jablan wrote:
I believe Led Zeppelin has played this tune much much earlier and much much better. Oh, and they called it Bron-y-aur stomp.
 
Ha! Jimmy Page was the worst plagiarist in Rock history. Countless examples. Original sources never credited.
 Sloggydog wrote:
Feels forced to me and just off in some way that is difficult to define.

 
Yeah, I kind of know what you mean.It's not that it's not good, or catchy even, it is. 
But we've been so inundated lately with so much organic-locally-sourced-hand-crafted-artisinal music, it's all starting to sound cliched...even when it wasn't.
 jablan wrote:
I believe Led Zeppelin has played this tune much much earlier and much much better. Oh, and they called it Bron-y-aur stomp.
 
Acoustic blues with slide guitar - hardly invented by Led Zeppelin; thousands of musicians have played this type of song long before LZ existed.
forces me to feel!
{#Dancingbanana_2}

Feels forced to me and just off in some way that is difficult to define.
Made me jiggle and wiggle.  Gonna download some of their stuff
{#Bananajam}Twangy. I like it. 
If home is where the heart is, where is a heart's home?  Do hearts have hearts?
urg best radio. just can't deal with it. simply can't. 
hate it when I can't fing the song on youtube
...and maybe a hint of Peter Case in there too?
I hear a bit of Gordon Gano in the vocals here.

{#Guitarist}{#Cheesygrin}.....pickin' & grinnin'


 macadavy wrote:
Dang! I jus' luv that syncopated backbeat jungle drummin'! Sweet slide, too!
 
I was trying to think of how to put it...you nailed it macadavy!
 
Nice organic rock-a-billy sound.  Very homespun.
 amoreena wrote:
Not fade away.......
 


Rollin' Tumblin'...
Rockin'  little tune - me likey!  {#Dancingbanana}
Not fade away.......
this is such a fun song!  somewhat bob dylan-ish...
Is it my crappy laptop speakers and cubical acoustics or does this guy sound just like Pete Yorn? {#Think}
Yowsah!
Dang! I jus' luv that syncopated backbeat jungle drummin'! Sweet slide, too! :biggrin:
I'm with the dude with the axe. madaxeman wrote:
Wow!This is COOKING.Never heard this outfit before.
randy912000 wrote:
A local performing artist by the name of Ralph Gallina used to use this song as a theme. He then, for some bizarre reason set himself on fire. RIP Ralph.
Not so bizarre .. that was his Final Performance, nes'pas?
Walrus_Gumbo wrote:
IMHO, this group is a one hit wonder.
I'd say they're not even that. Likeable tune, though.
I believe Led Zeppelin has played this tune much much earlier and much much better. Oh, and they called it Bron-y-aur stomp.
Bought the CD through Amazon on the strength of this tune. I'm sorry to say the rest of the album is a dissappointment. :no: While this tune rocks, the remainder is filler at best. The tempo slows to a crawl, and could literally cure insomnia. :yawn: :sleep: IMHO, this group is a one hit wonder.
Wow!This is COOKING.Never heard this outfit before.
:bananapiano: :bananasplit: :bananajam: :dancingbanana: Toe tappin', chair dancin' good!
A local performing artist by the name of Ralph Gallina used to use this song as a theme. He then, for some bizarre reason set himself on fire. RIP Ralph.
WhiskeyDude wrote:
Really...really nice! and I love the slide...:dancingbanana: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana:
YES YES YES YES YES YES YES!!!! Stompin' the foot and shakin' the butt!!! :cowboy: :bananajam: :high-five: :motor:
Really...really nice! and I love the slide...:dancingbanana: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana:
Excellent - I Like
love the raw acoustic jammin' feel this has...it's so nice we connected...it's so nice to get along OH YEAH !
shel-nyc wrote:
Been following this band for a few years, and always wondered why they didn't get more popular. Their whole catalog is great, and they put on a killer show. The first time I saw them, it was in an open ampitheater on the CU campus in Boulder. The cops pulled the plug on the show at 11, but no one wanted to leave, so they shut off all the amps, and took their acoustic guitars and one hand drum, sat on the front of the stage and played three more tunes, unamplified. The crowd gathered in as close as possible and got dead silent to hear them. It was one of the most amazing an intimate concert experiences I've had. btw-- if you are looking for CDs they brifetly changed their name to Fool's Progress, then changed it back.
Now that's a great moment. Can't beat it. I'll up my rating just for that reason alone.
frecking sweet! dance!. . . dance!. . . dance!
voice is cross between Dylan and Lou Reed
diggin this! :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana:
Oh wow, I first I thought this was The Tubes's "She's a Beauty"... But this is cool.... :dancingbanana:
Aww yeah! I like it! :bananasplit:
trekhead wrote:
Ahh, the 70's edu-rock.... "Acoustic Junction, what's my function? "
that's rare!
It would be 100% positive comments but for one dissent from Sweden. I do like this song.
YEEEE HAWWWWW!!!!! some foot stompin' action
Good song. Now, if the singer could just carry a tune . . . .
Definitly an RP Classic. Should never be retired.
John Hiatt's stamp is all over this. Coincidence? Excellent and very catchy tune.
Lovin this one!! :jump:
Excellent tune! Like someone down further noted, perfect for dropping the top on the convertible, and hitting the road with the tunes blasting loud.
:motor: first time hear, luv it luv luv it, more of this please :nodhead:
Ahh, the 70's edu-rock.... "Acoustic Junction, what's my function? "
Nice dobro!
this was probably one of the first songs that i ever heard on RP. still lovin' it many moons later.
This is one I enjoy each time I hear it.
Worth more frequent bandwidth, methinks.
Still loving this every time I hear it :cool:
Not bad, not bad!!!!
toe-tappin', knee-slappin', head bobbin' good time!!! :guitarist: :bounce: :guitarist:
Been following this band for a few years, and always wondered why they didn\'t get more popular. Their whole catalog is great, and they put on a killer show. The first time I saw them, it was in an open ampitheater on the CU campus in Boulder. The cops pulled the plug on the show at 11, but no one wanted to leave, so they shut off all the amps, and took their acoustic guitars and one hand drum, sat on the front of the stage and played three more tunes, unamplified. The crowd gathered in as close as possible and got dead silent to hear them. It was one of the most amazing an intimate concert experiences I\'ve had. btw-- if you are looking for CDs they brifetly changed their name to Fool\'s Progress, then changed it back.
i like this song....its happy :)
Never mind, I posted a comment to the wrong song...sorry...
Wow, this is great, I\'d love to hear more.
Originally Posted by erik_j: I believe the word is DEFINITELY Astrid-I dont know if Europeans can understand the appeal of the slide guitar though.
How ethnocentric of you. :rolleyes: Only Americans can appreciate certain types of instruments. :rolleyes:
Good Tune, let\'s hear more of this band.
Good stuff - as they say on Sports Center, \"As cool as the other side of the pillow.\"
It\'s got a bit of that mid sixties Dylan drive, which I love.
Over-played, it\'s definitively starting to get boring.
I\'m a lot more sure about it than you Carl - I like the rockin\'. Great lift-ya-up song.