Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by tennisplayer1981, May 13, 2008.
Hausu: Leaning Mess
Peter Gabriel: So.
Steve Earle-The Low Highway
MLB baseball playoffs. Way to go bucko's!!!!
Blue Danube by Strauss, and other wonderful pieces by him.
Work On Me by Kings of Leon. I really like Mechanical Bull so far.
Blue Oyster Cult's "Cities On Flame With Rock and Roll", released in 1972.
The Planets, Holst. Karajan and the Vienna Philharmonic.
Currently, Jupiter, Bringer of Jollity.
Outlaw Gentlemen and Shady Ladies - Volbeat
I picked up for 50 cents in a thrift store, Excene Cervenka 1989 CD, Running Scared, I always liked her so it's a result. Playing it now.
Quasi: Mole City
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Insomnia
Welcome to the 70s
Decipher Down, Kutless, Seventh Day Slumber
The new Jack Johnson album.
Born in 1994, stuck in 1986.
Quinn Sullivan - Getting There
Amazing Blues for a 14 year old!!!
Instrumental Progressive Metal
YMO was actually on our radio back in 79-80. Early electronic music played on Detroit airways.
Got Me Wrong from Alice in Chains.
Beethoven's Piano Concerto #4.
"Writer's Block" by Peter Bjorn and John
West Indian Girl - Miles from Monterey
Chimes of Freedom - Dylan
Hip hop on a higher level
going back in time...
A State of Trance 635.
As Armin puts it.. "Music your girlfriend probably doesn't like, your Mom hates, but secretly downloads".
14 year old blues guitarist Quinn Sullivan
Sentinel's Piano Concerto No.1
Sunny Day Real Estate - J'Nuh
The randomize is a finicky beast.
Beethoven - Symphony #6 4th Movement "The Storm"
Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
The National ' Bloodbuzz Ohio' this rocks!
Toto - Girl goodbye
Toto are great!
Mr. Friendly from back in ´84
Darius Rucker - Wagon Wheel
Was listening to The Dark Side of the Moon while watching the Nole and Federer matches at Paris. After DSOTM it was Meddle.
All Mod Cons by The Jam which came out 35 years ago this week.
Awesome band .. still sound current + better than almost all others.
Blink 182 - Cheshire Cat. Still holds up better than anything they did after and it's a fun juvenile diversion for a morning in the office.
Pink Floyd - Mother
Elton John - Out Of The Blue
I can just imagine Tiff Needell rescuing a sliding Jaguar XJR-15 in the credits roll of an old Top Gear episode.
50 Foot Wave - Pneuma
I don't know the mane of the band but the title is "what does the fox say".....my 17 months old daughter loves it and I hate it!
Fleetwood Mac !
I've been on a big Jim Steinman kick as of late.
BTO 'Not Fragile' ...still rocks!
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