Music - What are you listening to?

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Post by Clorinde » August 30th, 2006, 3:52 am

putitinyourshoe wrote:hmm. i'm pretty surprised and i feel a bit outta place. anyway, i really like the clash and the sex pistols and the ramones. i also listen to a lot of indie stuff like ted leo and architecture in helsinki and the arcade fire. so woohoo for diversity!
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Post by a.r.dobbs » August 30th, 2006, 3:44 pm

Yuh. I was on fretless bass with a band called dub buddies. Never escaped the garage/loft, y'know.
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Post by Cloud Mountain » September 2nd, 2006, 1:34 pm

Just about any recording with Bill Evans, piano (NOT sax.)
Very important and influencial jazz pianist, who unfortunately died in 1980, barely 50 years old. I'll stop with this, otherwise I'll go on for pages.

Very worth trying. If you've heard of him and would like some suggestions, would be happy to give.
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Post by earthcalling » September 6th, 2006, 4:51 pm

Somebody please bring back the 1970s!

Just downloaded from iTunes:-

Roy Wood -
- Forever
- Music To Commit Suicide By
- See My Baby Jive

Oh my goodness!

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Post by mcrandall » September 9th, 2006, 11:40 pm

Jimmy Buffett - I might be the biggest Parrothead you ever met.

Any Bluegrass ever recorded - yeah, KATWAL!

Classic rock - e.g., Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Eagles, Steve Miller Band, Aerosmith, CCR, etc.

80's! It seems to be getting kinda trite, but those were my formative years!

Classical - I listen to KCME all day, every day, at work).

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Post by Library_lover » September 10th, 2006, 4:56 pm

I love musicals and film scores! I mostly listen to that with a lot of jazz and classic R&B (Diana Ross, James Brown etc.) thrown in. Also most oldies (classic rock and pop) from the 50, 60's, and 70's.

I also like the genre of "ragtime", jazz's predecessor around the Victorian age. :)
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Post by Sethwoodworth » October 10th, 2006, 6:07 pm

My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Harvey Danger - King James Version
- Little by Little
- Where have all the merrymakers gone
Elvis Costello - When I was cruel
Eels - Daisies of the Galaxy
Sigur Ros - Takk
The Delgatos - Hate (Love!!!!!!)

A lot of Teaching Company audio lectures and quite a few audiobooks ;)

Oh and the insessant humming of the tube lighting in the library.
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Post by Kyle_SC » October 11th, 2006, 7:39 am

I've been on a big Mark Knopfler kick lately. The two albums spinning in my player night and day are: One Take Radio Sessions and All the Roadrunning (with Emmylou Harris).

And my favorite Knopfler song not found on those CD's: "What It Is" from Sailing to Philadelphia.

Of course, these CD's are about to get a break as my latest audiobook request is in at the library. :)
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Post by earthcalling » March 5th, 2007, 11:56 am

I had to resuscitate this old thread to plug...

Nico - 'The Frozen Borderline: 1968-1970/the Marble Index/Desert Shore/Remastered & Expanded'

Unbeeeeeelievably haunting and unique.

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Post by Daryl_S » March 6th, 2007, 4:22 am

I'm an old school rocker. I'm a Van Halen FANATIC, love Led Zep, Hendrix, Aerosmith, etc. My main hobby is collecting and trading unreleased live concerts and recordings. By the way, if anyone's interested in any of these shows, I have a ton of stuff!

I'm also into jazz; I love Miles, especially his hard bop years.

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Post by Justin Brett » March 6th, 2007, 6:46 am

Just discovered Pandora thanks to this thread being resurrected. What an excellent idea! It's even heard of Fairport Convention...

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Post by Chrisczech » March 6th, 2007, 7:35 am

I recently got some new speakers and I am listening to my cd collection again and discovering gems I had forgotten about!
BUT - I always come back to:
classical - Aaron Copland, Mahler and Philip Glass
rock - Captain Beefheart (just got the unreleased "Bat Chain Puller" album!), Hendrix, Pink Floyd and The Who.
Singer/songwriters - Dylan, Tom Waits.

edit: Glass' opera Satyagraha is at ENO in London in April - I hope I am well enough to go, and there are still tickets available for a last minute booking
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Post by Lady Maria » March 10th, 2007, 1:39 pm

I've possibly heard about one out of ten musicians mentioned in this thread. No more.

I enjoy classical music (piano mostly), I listen to oldies and rock&roll (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, the early Genesis with Peter Gabriel, the Doors, even pop with the Rolling Stones, ...).
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Post by earthcalling » March 10th, 2007, 1:41 pm

Lady Maria wrote: the early Genesis with Peter Gabriel
Oh yes, I'm an unashamed fan!!

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