What are you listening to RIGHT NOW?

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    Listening to a wonderful song composed by the Nawab of Awadh in 1857 when he was banished from Lucknow to Calcutta by the Brits.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babul_Mora_Naihar_Chhooto_Jayea.org/wiki/Babul

    Translation:
    My father! I'm leaving home.
    The four bearers lift my doli (palanquin) (here it can also mean the four coffin bearers). I'm leaving those who were my own.
    Your courtyard is now like a mountain, and the threshold, a foreign country.
    I leave your house, father, I am going to my beloved.
     
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    Tame Impala - Elephant
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    one of my all time favorites tunes, just soooo easy to listen to
     
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    Stravinsky. I will not elaborate beyond that! Why are you asking?! Can't I listen to music in peace?!
     
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    Was listening to Clint Mansell live at St Paul the Apostle church:)
     
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    Very nice thread..

    I'm listening to the fantastic No Quarter from the one and only Led Zeppelin. This is a clip from the movie, The Song Remains the Same (live at Madison Square Garden in 1973).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CRt-h4IrEQ
     
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    I think this is the best version of this song, superb:)

    Great thread by the way, how have I missed this?
     
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    amazing Metal!
     
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    great band

    I may turn on Dear Mr fantasy right after my daily ten minutes of Stairway ( so if I don´t wake up I´ll make sure I´ll be in the right place):)
     
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    I'm listening to Gorilla by Bruno Mars but I Hit It First by Ray J is running through my mind.:twisted:
     
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    Don't know about PWEI but yeah, he did mention that:)
     
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    Don't know about PWEI but yeah, he did mention that:) Darren Aronofsky introduced him
     
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    I love a song the family can listen to together. You know, after Church and stuff. Oh, and Dream Theater's "Home" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4FrM82_NT8
     
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    my god, you quoted my post from like 4 years back !!!

    I was just listening to the Court of the Crimson King in the movie Children of Men, and now i feel like listening to Animals (after watching that floating pig). Nice classical music in it too, the opera part.
     
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    Wow! How things have changed for Clint, I had no idea:shock:

    I still remember him from the late 1980's in PWEI singing the likes of Def Con One, There is No Love Between Us Anymore and Beaver Patrol!
     
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    Great choice my friend
    I also enjoy. 1970' s prog rock and I was just enjoying again that masterpiece from King Crimson called EPITAPH
    Do you know them?'
     
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    My God!!! I AM LISTENING TO EPITAPHE!!!!
    Do we have a special connection? I Guess it is magic 70
     
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    I was listening to this song yesterday, by the great Deep Purple

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jh0iihjANPc

    Highway Star rocks
     
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    LOL, I am listening to Symphony No 5 (Slovak Phil Orch).
     
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    Are you kidding me? I listened to it this morning, that´s either Paranoid, Highway to Star or Black Dog to start off my day¡¡¡
     
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    Stone Cold fever, by Humble Pie (Marriot,Frampton,Ridley and Shirley), probably the most underrated rock and roll band.One of the best.
     
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    Thanks Kiki. I've heard a lot about King Crimson and read about them but really never got into them. They are obviously very talented. As far as classical progressive rock, I like Yes and the Moody Blues. Yet, I go for that Zeppelin sound more than any other. It's very good for the soul.
     
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    Yes,Yes are great, but also are Rush,Pink Floyd and, of course, King Crimson as far as progressive is cocnerned.I also enjoyed quite a lot Kansas and ELP, but not at the level of the first ones.

    I was listening to Lynnird, great band, maybe the best southern band ever.

    of course, the sound of Lep Zepp is just absolutley unique.If I had a 39 degree fever in the midst of a storm, and heard that bass line, that vocals, those guitars riffs and, of course, that absolutley amazing drum beating, I knew they were Led Zepp.
     
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    BTW Borgnº1, I just listened again "Since I´ve been loving you" of Zeppelin.

    What do you think of that ?
     
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    That's an amazing song from them. I think that they were "old souls". Great song. How about these beautiful tunes?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBHPcAv1TC4 (Bron Yr Aur)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54lamZeaWAo (Tangerine)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8x0jIP9EPY (Celebration Day)

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    ^^^Can't remember who but some guy actually got me into Zeppelin on these boards a couple of weeks ago. I like them.



    Currently listening to Breath - Breaking Benjamin.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2S5iNb-DTE
     
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