Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by tennisplayer1981, May 13, 2008.
Is anybody into Bastille?
Found out about these guys last night. Great sounding.
If I had to describe to someone what music is, I would show them this:
Nicole by Point Blank from 1981.
Spitz: It's not a dream
90s oldies rock!
thank mr. condemned mainland woman
Hirax - Immortal Legacy (2014)
the War on drugs
'The ocean between the waves'
live at KEXP.. good guitar solos and tunes.
My fav youtube clip right now.
Joe Satriani - The Forgotten (Part 1 & 2)
Abba ' Money money money'
Wrestling observer radio.
Caroline Status Quo
Eric church Old friends old whiskey old songs
Ella Fitzgerald: Just one of those things.
Tiesto - Adagio for strings
Give this one a chance, you won't regret it.
Wow, did not expect that one! Awesome song, fantastic performer. I've seen her in concert, and it didn't disappoint!
John Williams' score for The Empire Strikes Back. IMHO, although he's done some incredible work over the years, this has to be his most consistently brilliant, from start to finish, masterpiece.
Radical Face - Welcome Home
Weezer - Back To The Shack
a catchy tune.
Russo on Raw.
Motley Crue - Dr. Feelgood
Mike Oldfield - Altered state
An excellent South African bend Seether - Words as Weapons:
Lyrics is really appropriate for this place.
Red again -Chevelle
2 good ones
Air - Don't be light
These Streets - Bastille
T.Rex - Main Man
Me playing guitar
Another oldie converted to the original 24p movie format.
Those were the days - Mary Hopkin
Blank Space - Taylor Swift
The full 20 minute version of How Many More Times from Led Zeppelin's 1970 concert at Royal Albert Hall.
The Waterboys - the whole of the moon
New Order - True Faith
Lee Marvin singing Wand'rin' Star from Paint Your Wagon.
Alison Krauss and Union Station - Baby now that I've found you
Bleachers - Rollercoaster
Lloyd Cole and the Commotions
A great old song.
'Toys in the Attic ' Aerosmith
Santa Claus is Coming to Town, sung by "The Voice", Frank Sinatra:
Current Swell - Rollin
Not too bad. Like harmonica.
The Christmas Song sung by Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby:
the crowds calling " I can´t breathe"
Joe Walsh live in Santa Monica 1975!!
great stuff BUT that first tune has the same riff as Deep
'Woman from Tokyo'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIliB436370 .. or doesnt it??
Foreigner - Urgent
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