Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by tennisplayer1981, May 13, 2008.
The Breeders - Pod
Voodoo Glow Skulls- Ugly Stick
The Specials - Nite club (live at Letterman)
The Arcade Fire (1st album)
Listening to a wonderful song composed by the Nawab of Awadh in 1857 when he was banished from Lucknow to Calcutta by the Brits.
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.
Lucille little Richard
"Favourite Worst Nightmare" by Arctic Monkeys.
Tame Impala - Elephant
Saw this guys on the Jimmy Fallon show a few nights ago and blew my mind. A good mix of many good bands.
Julio Iglesias El Amor
Social D - Ring of Fire
Music is math, Boards of Canada
Bewitched- Blood on the Dance Floor
The Doobie Brothers - What A Fool Believes
Not actually listening to it, but it's stuck in my head since a few days back.
one of my all time favorites tunes, just soooo easy to listen to
Stravinsky. I will not elaborate beyond that! Why are you asking?! Can't I listen to music in peace?!
Was listening to Clint Mansell live at St Paul the Apostle church
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).
Healing piano music.
Greg Phillinganes - Behind the Mask
Love this version and the YMO original.
I think this is the best version of this song, superb
Great thread by the way, how have I missed this?
What? From Pop Will Eat Itself? Can U Dig It:?
from womb to waste - Dying Fetus
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)
I'm listening to Gorilla by Bruno Mars but I Hit It First by Ray J is running through my mind.:twisted:
Don't know about PWEI but yeah, he did mention that
Don't know about PWEI but yeah, he did mention that Darren Aronofsky introduced him
The Replacements: Here comes a regular.
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
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.
Shostakovich Symphony No. 8.
sweeney todd soundtrack
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!
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?'
My God!!! I AM LISTENING TO EPITAPHE!!!!
Do we have a special connection? I Guess it is magic 70
I was listening to this song yesterday, by the great Deep Purple
Highway Star rocks
LOL, I am listening to Symphony No 5 (Slovak Phil Orch).
The Libertines: Can't Stand Me Now
Crows. Not the Black Crowes or the Counting Crows but real crows.
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¡¡¡
Stone Cold fever, by Humble Pie (Marriot,Frampton,Ridley and Shirley), probably the most underrated rock and roll band.One of the best.
Freebird, Lynnird Skynnird
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.
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.
BTW Borgnº1, I just listened again "Since I´ve been loving you" of Zeppelin.
What do you think of that ?
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=R8x0jIP9EPY (Celebration Day)
^^^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.
Best guitar solo I've ever heard...
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