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drugold 04-02-2011 12:25 AM

Music
 
Ahhh the precious weekend. A time to unwind/ get wound or lose the plot. What music have you been listening to lately? What's being played on the radio in your area? Whats your fav music video? What albums have forever been etched in your memory from childhood road trips? What sux? Discuss?:)

CTKingsFan 04-02-2011 12:33 AM

My favirote artist! (currently listing to his version of "i can't help it" which he wrote for Michael Jackson)

http://westtownrecording.com/wp-cont...e-Wonder_2.jpg

drugold 04-02-2011 12:38 AM

I remember when is was young and about to mess myself up completely my mates and I would listen to the Prodigy - Smack My ***** up. We would also request it at clubs but only once do I ever remember a D.J accepting our request. As a child travelling Queensland with my mum in our blue Kombi Van I remember listening to lots and lots of Dire Straits. This has left me with a solid bond with the Knoph. Much to my friends distress when I get drunk and bee line for the C.D Player. Its my house F**kers

drugold 04-02-2011 12:42 AM

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Originally Posted by kingOmatic (Post 32059386)
My favirote artist! (currently listing to his version of "i can't help it" which he wrote for Michael Jackson)

http://westtownrecording.com/wp-cont...e-Wonder_2.jpg

Stevie looks like a Black Prince (artist formerly known as) in that shot.

Dawdler 04-02-2011 01:17 AM

just to name a song Crazy on You by Heart will forever be a part of me I just love the opening riff and the song pretty much describes psycho relationships

drugold 04-02-2011 01:30 AM

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Originally Posted by Dawdler (Post 32059767)
just to name a song Crazy on You by Heart will forever be a part of me I just love the opening riff and the song pretty much describes psycho relationships

I actually got the best of for Valentines day. Ive been learning the intro but my attention span is kind of weak so though I have the cool Am hammerons and **** down pat I havent learnt all the correct pauses and runs. So I can play my own song that rips off Crazy on You but thats about it. Whats that movie that it gets played on? Has that hot blonde bird in a big religous family and the youngest daughter commits sui****. Its in my DVD collection put im too pissed to make a mess I would have to clean

edit. I just remember that hot girl was called Lux

Dawdler 04-02-2011 01:58 AM

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Originally Posted by drugold (Post 32059875)
I actually got the best of for Valentines day. Ive been learning the intro but my attention span is kind of weak so though I have the cool Am hammerons and **** down pat I havent learnt all the correct pauses and runs. So I can play my own song that rips off Crazy on You but thats about it. Whats that movie that it gets played on? Has that hot blonde bird in a big religous family and the youngest daughter commits sui****. Its in my DVD collection put im too pissed to make a mess I would have to clean

edit. I just remember that hot girl was called Lux

can't remember the movie but you've gotten farther then I have ever playing it, so kudos now I have to go rock out to Heart:yo:

Alternate Jersey 04-02-2011 11:38 PM

i get incredibly obsessed with led zeppelin at least 3 times a year and won't listen to anything else during those periods.
<---hence the motto

KopitarFAN 04-02-2011 11:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Alternate Jersey (Post 32080844)
i get incredibly obsessed with led zeppelin at least 3 times a year and won't listen to anything else during those periods.
<---hence the motto

Me too. :yo:

Rush, Metallica, Sabbath, The Beatles, Queen and Journey are others that I listen to pretty regularly.

Hard to believe i'm only 22.

agentfouser 04-03-2011 12:04 AM

I've been really into Band of Horses lately


drugold 04-03-2011 03:17 PM

The band of horses song is pretty nice. Got a fair bit of radio play last year over here. Props to the huge sailor beard.
Talking about Heart and Led Zeppelin, Heart does a rocking cover of Rock n Roll on the album I got for Valentines Day. Another awesome Led Zeppelin cover is by the mexican duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. Absolutley instrumental but with a classic like Stairway to Heaven and such beautiful classical sound you dont need words. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNc5o9TU0t0

Obviously not everyones flavour but Im really digging this flamenco classical vibe this morning.
Anyone listen to these guys? Would love to catch a gig
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-qgu...eature=related

ouendan1 04-03-2011 03:51 PM

well this semester at Central Michigan University I started to work for the music department for their 2 student run radio stations, Modern Rock 91.5 and Mountain 101. It's such an awesome gig, I get CD's from a bunch of bands that probably no one has heard of (or minimally heard of) listen to them and decide if they are good enough or follow the format to put on the station.

about 95% of the music I get is crap, like this week I got CD's from Dum Dum Girls, Femi Kuti, and Chapman & Brockman, I doubt any of this makes it on considering last week we had so much good. Occasionally though I'll get something good and will put it in my ipod. Like this girl from Sweden called "Oh Land" personally she has the best voice I've ever heard.

GoKingsGo25 04-03-2011 04:13 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xzU9Qqdqww

agentfouser 04-03-2011 04:25 PM

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Originally Posted by drugold (Post 32091043)
The band of horses song is pretty nice. Got a fair bit of radio play last year over here. Props to the huge sailor beard.
Talking about Heart and Led Zeppelin, Heart does a rocking cover of Rock n Roll on the album I got for Valentines Day. Another awesome Led Zeppelin cover is by the mexican duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. Absolutley instrumental but with a classic like Stairway to Heaven and such beautiful classical sound you dont need words. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNc5o9TU0t0

Obviously not everyones flavour but Im really digging this flamenco classical vibe this morning.
Anyone listen to these guys? Would love to catch a gig
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-qgu...eature=related

That's really cool that BoH got radio play. Was it on an independent station? The only time I ever hear it here is on KCRW, the public station from Santa Monica.

I never got into Zeppelin or Heart, but do you like Queen?

kingdoughty 04-03-2011 04:46 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ji134Evkbk

fyrescorp 04-03-2011 06:04 PM

I've been listening to a rotation of Leon Russell, Kings of Leon, Joe Cocker and Flogging Molly. I know...:shakehead

BTW Happy Birthday Eric Clapton! A few days late....

johnjm22 04-03-2011 06:50 PM

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Originally Posted by drugold (Post 32091043)
The band of horses song is pretty nice. Got a fair bit of radio play last year over here. Props to the huge sailor beard.
Talking about Heart and Led Zeppelin, Heart does a rocking cover of Rock n Roll on the album I got for Valentines Day. Another awesome Led Zeppelin cover is by the mexican duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. Absolutley instrumental but with a classic like Stairway to Heaven and such beautiful classical sound you dont need words. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNc5o9TU0t0

Obviously not everyones flavour but Im really digging this flamenco classical vibe this morning.
Anyone listen to these guys? Would love to catch a gig
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-qgu...eature=related

A band like that would never get mainstream airplay in the states.

I've worked as a recording engineer on and off for the past 8 years. When I was first starting I interned under an Australian band called "The Living End." They were telling me how shocked they were by the crap music they heard on radio and TV in America.

DAkings20 04-03-2011 06:52 PM

It's all about the Biebs

Defgarden 04-03-2011 10:39 PM

I listed to variety of genres, though mostly rock, metal, and sometimes folk and some rap.

I just bought my first album on amazon mp3. It was a Miles Davis album. The Birth of Cool.

etherialone 04-03-2011 11:20 PM

Bear VS Shark is a pure treasure that released two exceptional albums then split up.

I recommend the songs Ma Jolie, Busses no busses and Catamarn (you can watch a video for Catamaran on youtube) to start off with but you will only be seeing one side to this innovative and exceptional band. Most off what they released was exceptional.

A friend gave me the Mumford and Sons cd for the road and I like it allot. Its good just folkish music, I guess.

The Weakerthans live (it had been out for awhile but I waited till I was on the road before I listened to it and I like it.

Colin Hay's first full length CD for personal reasons.

At the drive in casino in casino out.

I have also been listening to a band called Iron Horse who has done an interesting remake of Modest Mouse music called "Pickin on Modest Mouse". It is so great and a style of music that I don't listen to at all so I like that.

For my teen years I went from The Song Remains The Same double album one week and then heard the historic first playing of "God Save the Queen" on the doctor demento show and never looked back. I play and listen to all different styles of music and try to stay as open minded about it (close minded about music equals death to me) but if I had to pick out one album that completely changed my outlook on life and defined my favorite style of music through the first ten of my rebelous years it would have to be Never Mind the Bullock's.

I am still locked into the rest of my rebelious years and have differed and varied tastes in music today but that was the one that changed things for me.

drugold 04-04-2011 02:34 AM

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Originally Posted by agentfouser (Post 32092208)
That's really cool that BoH got radio play. Was it on an independent station? The only time I ever hear it here is on KCRW, the public station from Santa Monica.

I never got into Zeppelin or Heart, but do you like Queen?

We have probably one of the best govenment run radio stations in the world. Its Called JJJ. No ads, great comedians for the D.Js and equally great new music. Band of Horses was on high rotation for easily 6 months after the album released here. I have Queen on record. I enjoy it when I hear it but I dont go out of my way to put it on while im around the house. Fast fact, only band where every member has written a number 1 hit

Go Kings Go25, Im not really into my rap/ hip hop. Love myself some MGMT. That song is a big hit here.

fyrescorp, Never heard of Leon Russell. Genre? During my time I have enjoyed the other 3 artists though. Not so much Flogging Molly anymore. I use to listen to it before I went for a skate.

johnjm22- Living End are still quite a big local act here. They can fill a 20 000 seat venue quiet easy. I enjoyed their earlier stuff. Chris Cheney is a wicked guitarist who steals/borrows vibes from some crafty 80's bands like the clash etc. Yea he shreds.

DAKings- My four year old loves Beibs. Im close to banning the little turd from the house

Defgarden, Havent listened to any Miles Davis either.

Tonnel. Been listening to Bear verse Shark on Youtube. Great live show. That Mumfords and Sons single was the biggest song in Australia for last year. 4 chords of annoying banjo cr** in my opinion. He isnt even good at banjo. But Australia seemed to think so. Actually it waqsnt last year but the year before. Havent heard it in awhile. Never mind the Bollocks opened my eyes to destruction. I havent heard the Weakerthans either. I will have a look when Im allowed to play music

vh2k7 04-04-2011 03:05 AM

Bear Vs. Shark? I like you. Takes me back to the days when I had to walk to school and I'd have a playlist of them and City of Caterpillar and Rites of Spring and Fugazi and Circle Takes the Square and so on.

drugold 04-04-2011 03:38 AM

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Originally Posted by vh2k7 (Post 32103626)
Bear Vs. Shark? I like you. Takes me back to the days when I had to walk to school and I'd have a playlist of them and City of Caterpillar and Rites of Spring and Fugazi and Circle Takes the Square and so on.

Bet these are going to be good. Weekend seems so far away. Hopefully I get sick

Capn Brown 04-04-2011 08:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kingOmatic (Post 32059386)
My favirote artist! (currently listing to his version of "i can't help it" which he wrote for Michael Jackson)

http://westtownrecording.com/wp-cont...e-Wonder_2.jpg





Omni Owl 04-04-2011 09:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vh2k7 (Post 32103626)
Bear Vs. Shark? I like you. Takes me back to the days when I had to walk to school and I'd have a playlist of them and City of Caterpillar and Rites of Spring and Fugazi and Circle Takes the Square and so on.

YES! CoC is especially awesome. Did you ever listen to Malady or Pygmy Lush?


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