Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by tennisplayer1981, May 13, 2008.
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Mass
My notebook cooler.... but before it something like Suzi Quatro
I have the sudden urge to listen to the "Happy Days" theme song...8)
'Sun King' The Cult
Spandau Ballet - GOLD! *goooooold...* Always believe in your soul!
Duck the Halls...the Robertson Family Christmas cd.
Led Zeppelin "BBC Sessions"
Nice Mike Bulgakov!
I'm listening to "Reptile" from the Church. That was on the Starfish album.
John Frusciante - To Record Only Water for Ten Days
Sheena Easton- 9 to 5.
It's on in an episode of Seinfeld that i'm watching.
Sheena Easton, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8WZ-Ba-gps
A brilliant episode, I must add. George is hilarious.
Danish obscure rock indie band NEPHEW:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMaVOcLHygE Igen og Igen
means Again and Again according to my Danish girl
the chords are a bit similar to
Eighties by KJ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1U1Ue_5kq8
and the ripoff of KJs song
Nirvanas brilliant http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vabnZ9-ex7o Come as you Are ..
who said cover/ ripoffs were all bad.. ?
3 songs derived out of one.
Yes it's one of the best. Together with the anti dentite episode and the one where Newman and Kramer are transporting bottles to Michigan for deposit money.. and some more.
Good to be on the road back home - cornershop
I have some of their other sessions: the genius of mozart, beethoven etc.
Just put on The Wizard of Oz movie to listen to Judy Garland singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
Josh Rouse http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jn3esaD0z6c
'Cotton Eye Joe'
Good singersong writer this guy.
Mark Knopfler's "Shangri-La"
Don Johnson 'BeatHeart`
John Williams (Superman soundtrack).
" Roundabouts" YES.Wakeman &Squire in ecstasy
Cant get over hearing that Don Johnson tune..phew..
Jim Capaldi will have to do,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD0UTCMmNxE guitar hero time
Traffic vs Humble Pie.The two great Steves...
Killing Floor -- Jimi Hendrix
Hendrix was playing small clubs when an English guy "discovered" him. He took Hendrix to England to sign him. Hendrix became a sensation there. The big bands (Beatles, Stones, Who, Cream) we're wowed.
Monterey Pop Festival organizers invited those top bands to perform. Even if they couldn't play, they recommended Hendrix.
Hendrix was introduced to the mass American audience there with this song (this is the video).
P.S. It was said that Clapton thought the song too difficult.
Great stuff ..
Im listening to Jason Isbell 'South Eastern'
sure the Drive By Truckers miss ya.
Nightmares on Wax - Les Nuits
Nightwish - "Ghost Love Score"
Arcadia - El Diablo
"Wait For Me" by Hall & Oates … listening and thinking about how I blew off relationships with two really beautiful (inside and out) ladies … Regrets.
RAM - RAMelia
Song of the year by a distance for me.
Under the Milky Way - The Church (1982)
Quite a song and a band for that matter..
We are sitting having a few drinks and votin for best covers of classics .. so far the one leadin is this one
French sassy warmish version of old XTC classic.. those French chicks have it.
I have been listening to a variety of works by Carl Nielsen.
Hall & Oates - I can't go for that (no can do)
Simply Red - Sunrise
tough choice for the clip: 80's moustache or 2000's bikini ?...
▶ Bruno Mars - Treasure
and did you like Sharapova unplugged: raging decibels live from the other side of the earth ?
then, the next to listen is: ▶ Starting All Over Again - Hall & Oates
Scarlatti sonate K101
Jean-Michel Jarre - Oxygéne part I.
I think I'm going to go through all of that album today as it's one of my favourite albums. Audio porn of the highest order.
Alter Bridge : Wonderful Life (live from Wembly)
did you try the version with the additionnal tracks ?
(prelude + variations I, II, III)
i was listening to it while reading Into thin air from Jon Krakauer: perfect match to add to the impression of being transported in the rarified atmosphere of himalayan heights...
Refined, highbrow tastes :-]
Rock, for "balance" ---> audio porn of the lowest order:
The intro to the below illustrates that quite often in music "less is more" (often lost on bombastic bands who 'Bridge' grunge-lite and metal wannabeism).
Edvard Hagerup GREIG - Solveig's Song:
(to bounce back on your last link)
Depeche Mode (my favorite is Halo).
Broken Children - Peter Cincotti
Glory Weed - 50 foot wave
sounds of cooking??
Peg from Steely Dan.
The Chromatics on you tube, heard a cover they do of New Order today on local radio and Im smitten
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