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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #240 on: May 14, 2008, 12:15:49 AM »
Ever since I saw the trailer for the new movie Pineapple Express, I've been going crazy over the movie's song Paper Planes by M.I.A., a Sri Lankan rapper. I had no idea what the song was about until I listened closely to the first line of the song:

I fly like paper, get high like planes...

So I like a song about drug abuse. :innocent: :rofl_2:

[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=7sei-eEjy4g&feature=related[/youtube]



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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #241 on: June 19, 2008, 08:18:04 PM »
Stevie Wonder - A Place In The Sun
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gawYt1d0vEg&feature=related[/youtube]

Otis Redding - I've been loving you...
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGlKJDEI1Nk&feature=related[/youtube]

Janis Joplin - Cry Baby (live in toronto 1970)[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjD4eWEUgMM&feature=related[/youtube]

The Toys
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im_O06IN9i0&feature=related[/youtube]

DOROTHY MOORE - Misty Blue
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #242 on: June 19, 2008, 08:48:56 PM »
Stevie Wonder - A Place In The Sun
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gawYt1d0vEg&amp;feature=related[/youtube]

Otis Redding - I've been loving you...
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGlKJDEI1Nk&amp;feature=related[/youtube]

Janis Joplin - Cry Baby (live in toronto 1970)[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjD4eWEUgMM&amp;feature=related[/youtube]

The Toys
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im_O06IN9i0&amp;feature=related[/youtube]

DOROTHY MOORE - Misty Blue
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBzG_37rmCQ&amp;feature=related[/youtube]


Wow you really went back into time, didn't you!  The sad thing... I know all of them! :rofl_2:

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #243 on: June 20, 2008, 12:51:51 AM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #244 on: June 20, 2008, 10:23:34 AM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.

That's not alltogether the truth, and nothing but the truth. It's entirely a matter of taste.
There is great music being made now, some of it derivative of what was made then. Some of it is updating the sound of an Ella Fitzgerald song. Verve put out 3 remix CDs with new mixes of Jazz standards. Some of the mixes are forgetable, but some are fantastic.

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #245 on: June 20, 2008, 12:53:53 PM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.

That's not alltogether the truth, and nothing but the truth. It's entirely a matter of taste.
There is great music being made now, some of it derivative of what was made then. Some of it is updating the sound of an Ella Fitzgerald song. Verve put out 3 remix CDs with new mixes of Jazz standards. Some of the mixes are forgetable, but some are fantastic.

I've enjoyed watching my taste evolve as music has evolved. In HS, I got hooked on "New Wave", which progress to "early '80s"--cornball, dance sheesh that I would never listen to now. By my latter years of college, I started to find my identity through "alternative rock," namely, The Smiths/Morrissey and REM: lyrics you really identifies with, "Hey, this song is about my life!" By the early 1990s, I was into grunge, which is a subcategory of alternative. Today, the genre is the same but the angst is gone. I like Modest Mouse for their intelligent wordplay. Beck, Kings of Leon (southern twang, good times music), Foo Fighters (rockers) and Interpol (Joy Division spawn, circa 1979).

I scratch myself when I hear others say music   :rip:  with The Beatles or Pink Floyd. I know what they listen to. I can't help but think what they are missing out on.

There's that...and the fact that it makes it difficult to enjoy live music.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #246 on: June 20, 2008, 08:15:18 PM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.

That's not alltogether the truth, and nothing but the truth. It's entirely a matter of taste.
There is great music being made now, some of it derivative of what was made then. Some of it is updating the sound of an Ella Fitzgerald song. Verve put out 3 remix CDs with new mixes of Jazz standards. Some of the mixes are forgetable, but some are fantastic.

I've enjoyed watching my taste evolve as music has evolved. In HS, I got hooked on "New Wave", which progress to "early '80s"--cornball, dance sheesh that I would never listen to now. By my latter years of college, I started to find my identity through "alternative rock," namely, The Smiths/Morrissey and REM: lyrics you really identifies with, "Hey, this song is about my life!" By the early 1990s, I was into grunge, which is a subcategory of alternative. Today, the genre is the same but the angst is gone. I like Modest Mouse for their intelligent wordplay. Beck, Kings of Leon (southern twang, good times music), Foo Fighters (rockers) and Interpol (Joy Division spawn, circa 1979).

I scratch myself when I hear others say music   :rip:  with The Beatles or Pink Floyd. I know what they listen to. I can't help but think what they are missing out on.

There's that...and the fact that it makes it difficult to enjoy live music.

I still like that kind of stuff. I liked big beat new wave music, like Big Country, Depeche Mode, Dead or Alive etc... I still like them. But I also like the new stuff, like Intorpol, and Postal Service. But these days, I find myself gravitating more and more to instrumental, and chill out world type music. Right now Flying Carpet by Claude Challe is frequently played.
I did just rediscovered the Sparks. I liked them in the 90's, but didn't listen to much of them until I spun Lil Beethoven. Brilliant!
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #247 on: June 21, 2008, 12:05:02 AM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.

That's not alltogether the truth, and nothing but the truth. It's entirely a matter of taste.
There is great music being made now, some of it derivative of what was made then. Some of it is updating the sound of an Ella Fitzgerald song. Verve put out 3 remix CDs with new mixes of Jazz standards. Some of the mixes are forgetable, but some are fantastic.

I've enjoyed watching my taste evolve as music has evolved. In HS, I got hooked on "New Wave", which progress to "early '80s"--cornball, dance sheesh that I would never listen to now. By my latter years of college, I started to find my identity through "alternative rock," namely, The Smiths/Morrissey and REM: lyrics you really identifies with, "Hey, this song is about my life!" By the early 1990s, I was into grunge, which is a subcategory of alternative. Today, the genre is the same but the angst is gone. I like Modest Mouse for their intelligent wordplay. Beck, Kings of Leon (southern twang, good times music), Foo Fighters (rockers) and Interpol (Joy Division spawn, circa 1979).

I scratch myself when I hear others say music   :rip:  with The Beatles or Pink Floyd. I know what they listen to. I can't help but think what they are missing out on.

There's that...and the fact that it makes it difficult to enjoy live music.

I still like that kind of stuff. I liked big beat new wave music, like Big Country, Depeche Mode, Dead or Alive etc... I still like them. But I also like the new stuff, like Intorpol, and Postal Service. But these days, I find myself gravitating more and more to instrumental, and chill out world type music. Right now Flying Carpet by Claude Challe is frequently played.
I did just rediscovered the Sparks. I liked them in the 90's, but didn't listen to much of them until I spun Lil Beethoven. Brilliant!

I recall you like world music from posts you made last year--mostly around Noah.

Quite an interesting trio. One is named Dead or Alive, another's frontman is alive after a near fatal heroin overdose and the third's frontman drank himself to death.

Pacer! you are one difficult dude to engage in any conversation  :dunno:
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #248 on: June 21, 2008, 12:48:58 PM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.

That's not alltogether the truth, and nothing but the truth. It's entirely a matter of taste.
There is great music being made now, some of it derivative of what was made then. Some of it is updating the sound of an Ella Fitzgerald song. Verve put out 3 remix CDs with new mixes of Jazz standards. Some of the mixes are forgetable, but some are fantastic.

I've enjoyed watching my taste evolve as music has evolved. In HS, I got hooked on "New Wave", which progress to "early '80s"--cornball, dance sheesh that I would never listen to now. By my latter years of college, I started to find my identity through "alternative rock," namely, The Smiths/Morrissey and REM: lyrics you really identifies with, "Hey, this song is about my life!" By the early 1990s, I was into grunge, which is a subcategory of alternative. Today, the genre is the same but the angst is gone. I like Modest Mouse for their intelligent wordplay. Beck, Kings of Leon (southern twang, good times music), Foo Fighters (rockers) and Interpol (Joy Division spawn, circa 1979).

I scratch myself when I hear others say music   :rip:  with The Beatles or Pink Floyd. I know what they listen to. I can't help but think what they are missing out on.

There's that...and the fact that it makes it difficult to enjoy live music.

I still like that kind of stuff. I liked big beat new wave music, like Big Country, Depeche Mode, Dead or Alive etc... I still like them. But I also like the new stuff, like Intorpol, and Postal Service. But these days, I find myself gravitating more and more to instrumental, and chill out world type music. Right now Flying Carpet by Claude Challe is frequently played.
I did just rediscovered the Sparks. I liked them in the 90's, but didn't listen to much of them until I spun Lil Beethoven. Brilliant!

I recall you like world music from posts you made last year--mostly around Noah.

Quite an interesting trio. One is named Dead or Alive, another's frontman is alive after a near fatal heroin overdose and the third's frontman drank himself to death.

Pacer! you are one difficult dude to engage in any conversation   :dunno:

I do sometimes. You're probably right though. I don't usually read that many threads and even the threads I do read I don't usually read all the post.

Most of the bands I really like are indy bands, more creative less commerical sound IMO. The mainstream bands I do sometimes listen to are Flyleaf, Radiohead, Oasis,Weezer(big fav) Cold play, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, N.E.R.D, Simple Plan. I'm sure there's more but can't remember them right now. I like some of the Jazz and Blues out now but I prefer old school jazz, blues anyday, same with Hip Hop.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #249 on: June 21, 2008, 02:18:57 PM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.

That's not alltogether the truth, and nothing but the truth. It's entirely a matter of taste.
There is great music being made now, some of it derivative of what was made then. Some of it is updating the sound of an Ella Fitzgerald song. Verve put out 3 remix CDs with new mixes of Jazz standards. Some of the mixes are forgetable, but some are fantastic.

I've enjoyed watching my taste evolve as music has evolved. In HS, I got hooked on "New Wave", which progress to "early '80s"--cornball, dance sheesh that I would never listen to now. By my latter years of college, I started to find my identity through "alternative rock," namely, The Smiths/Morrissey and REM: lyrics you really identifies with, "Hey, this song is about my life!" By the early 1990s, I was into grunge, which is a subcategory of alternative. Today, the genre is the same but the angst is gone. I like Modest Mouse for their intelligent wordplay. Beck, Kings of Leon (southern twang, good times music), Foo Fighters (rockers) and Interpol (Joy Division spawn, circa 1979).

I scratch myself when I hear others say music   :rip:  with The Beatles or Pink Floyd. I know what they listen to. I can't help but think what they are missing out on.

There's that...and the fact that it makes it difficult to enjoy live music.

I still like that kind of stuff. I liked big beat new wave music, like Big Country, Depeche Mode, Dead or Alive etc... I still like them. But I also like the new stuff, like Intorpol, and Postal Service. But these days, I find myself gravitating more and more to instrumental, and chill out world type music. Right now Flying Carpet by Claude Challe is frequently played.
I did just rediscovered the Sparks. I liked them in the 90's, but didn't listen to much of them until I spun Lil Beethoven. Brilliant!

I recall you like world music from posts you made last year--mostly around Noah.

Quite an interesting trio. One is named Dead or Alive, another's frontman is alive after a near fatal heroin overdose and the third's frontman drank himself to death.

Pacer! you are one difficult dude to engage in any conversation   :dunno:

I do sometimes. You're probably right though. I don't usually read that many threads and even the threads I do read I don't usually read all the post.

Most of the bands I really like are indy bands, more creative less commerical sound IMO. The mainstream bands I do sometimes listen to are Flyleaf, Radiohead, Oasis,Weezer(big fav) Cold play, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, N.E.R.D, Simple Plan. I'm sure there's more but can't remember them right now. I like some of the Jazz and Blues out now but I prefer old school jazz, blues anyday, same with Hip Hop.

...And he delivers the goods!!!

:yay: we've got a closet grunge fan, here :yay:  Those two are right off my list! But I never would have known based on your affinity for the old stuff.

Anyway, thanks for the reply!  :H
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #250 on: June 21, 2008, 07:35:04 PM »
Hey that's a good thing. The best music was made back then.

That's not alltogether the truth, and nothing but the truth. It's entirely a matter of taste.
There is great music being made now, some of it derivative of what was made then. Some of it is updating the sound of an Ella Fitzgerald song. Verve put out 3 remix CDs with new mixes of Jazz standards. Some of the mixes are forgetable, but some are fantastic.

I've enjoyed watching my taste evolve as music has evolved. In HS, I got hooked on "New Wave", which progress to "early '80s"--cornball, dance sheesh that I would never listen to now. By my latter years of college, I started to find my identity through "alternative rock," namely, The Smiths/Morrissey and REM: lyrics you really identifies with, "Hey, this song is about my life!" By the early 1990s, I was into grunge, which is a subcategory of alternative. Today, the genre is the same but the angst is gone. I like Modest Mouse for their intelligent wordplay. Beck, Kings of Leon (southern twang, good times music), Foo Fighters (rockers) and Interpol (Joy Division spawn, circa 1979).

I scratch myself when I hear others say music   :rip:  with The Beatles or Pink Floyd. I know what they listen to. I can't help but think what they are missing out on.

There's that...and the fact that it makes it difficult to enjoy live music.

I still like that kind of stuff. I liked big beat new wave music, like Big Country, Depeche Mode, Dead or Alive etc... I still like them. But I also like the new stuff, like Intorpol, and Postal Service. But these days, I find myself gravitating more and more to instrumental, and chill out world type music. Right now Flying Carpet by Claude Challe is frequently played.
I did just rediscovered the Sparks. I liked them in the 90's, but didn't listen to much of them until I spun Lil Beethoven. Brilliant!

I recall you like world music from posts you made last year--mostly around Noah.

Quite an interesting trio. One is named Dead or Alive, another's frontman is alive after a near fatal heroin overdose and the third's frontman drank himself to death.

Pacer! you are one difficult dude to engage in any conversation   :dunno:

I do sometimes. You're probably right though. I don't usually read that many threads and even the threads I do read I don't usually read all the post.

Most of the bands I really like are indy bands, more creative less commerical sound IMO. The mainstream bands I do sometimes listen to are Flyleaf, Radiohead, Oasis,Weezer(big fav) Cold play, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, N.E.R.D, Simple Plan. I'm sure there's more but can't remember them right now. I like some of the Jazz and Blues out now but I prefer old school jazz, blues anyday, same with Hip Hop.

Oh god I hate when you guys do this! :bang-head:  It just reminds me how old I am... I have not heard of hardly any of these!  I've heard a little about Cold Play and Smashing Pumpkins (but couldn't tell you anything they sung)...the rest are like a foreign language to me!  Oh...the generation gap is showing!!!! :bang-head: :bang-head: :Play Ball:

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #251 on: June 22, 2008, 02:05:41 AM »
Well, we'll get you up to speed. Either that or start hanging out with your kids, they'll get you up to date. :))
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #252 on: June 22, 2008, 07:18:10 PM »
Well, we'll get you up to speed. Either that or start hanging out with your kids, they'll get you up to date. :))

I'd rather you guys get me up-to-speed!  Forget the kids! :rofl_2:

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« Reply #253 on: September 13, 2008, 01:36:18 PM »
Just interested to hear what everybody's musical tastes on here are. Hope this isn't an inappropriate thread :)

Today I am listening to alot of Faith No More and Deftones.



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Re: What Are You Listening To?
« Reply #254 on: September 13, 2008, 01:41:06 PM »
Good choice my friend !  ;-() One of my favorite band were from your state,sadly one member was murdered ... I really like southern music anyway,BLS,etc...Everything from RnR to lot of heavier stuffs...
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Re: What Are You Listening To?
« Reply #255 on: September 13, 2008, 01:45:34 PM »
Good choice my friend !  ;-() One of my favorite band were from your state,sadly one member was murdered ... I really like southern music anyway,BLS,etc...Everything from RnR to lot of heavier stuffs...
..And welcome to the forums anyway  :welcome2:



You must be referring to Dimebag from Pantera. I used to live about 10 minutes from Dime's house in Arlington. I love mostly the heavy music like Pantera, Superjoint Ritual, Mastodon, Corrosion of Conformity, etc.

Anyways, here's some Pantera. R.I.P. Dimebag. And thx. for the welcome.


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« Reply #256 on: September 13, 2008, 01:48:46 PM »

You must be referring to Dimebag from Pantera. I used to live about 10 minutes from Dime's house in Arlington. I love mostly the heavy music like Pantera, Superjoint Ritual, Mastodon, Corrosion of Conformity, etc.

Anyways, here's some Pantera. R.I.P. Dimebag. And thx. for the welcome.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Olm9pPebjaQ


Of course,Superjoint R are awesome....Anyway mostly I love trash/death metal...Bands like Children of Bodom,like Maiden a lot...but Pantera shall never be deleted from my heart  :Confused:

P.S. Thx for that link  ;-()
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Re: What Are You Listening To?
« Reply #257 on: September 13, 2008, 01:51:52 PM »
Of course,Superjoint R are awesome....Anyway mostly I love trash/death metal...Bands like Children of Bodom,like Maiden a lot...but Pantera shall never be deleted from my heart  :Confused:

P.S. Thx for that link  ;-()



Then you are cool with me my man  :gleam:  I doubt alot of members here will be into Superjoint, lol.

Here's a link for you.

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Re: What Are You Listening To?
« Reply #258 on: September 13, 2008, 01:55:10 PM »

Then you are cool with me my man  :gleam:  I doubt alot of members here will be into Superjoint, lol.

Here's a link for you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J65s2TLDyYI&feature=related


Well that's the real thing  ;-() Faster,better for me  :)) Btw,I played Waiting for the turning Point with the band..
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Re: What Are You Listening To?
« Reply #259 on: September 13, 2008, 01:57:11 PM »
Well that's the real thing  ;-() Faster,better for me  :)) Btw,I played Waiting for the turning Point with the band..

Cool deal. You live in the States?  Also, did you get your name from the LOTR's books?
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