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Shiver me Timbers Oct 11th, 2004 22:26

Tunes of the Day...What are You Listening to?
 
What sort of music you guys into?

What do you listen to when roaming IM?

Right now I'm listening to Richie Havens 'Alarm Clock'. Brilliant.

I love anything from Tom Waits to Mos Def, Curtis Mayfield to Tim Buckley, anything with a bit of SOUL!

Nick-H Oct 13th, 2004 13:08

Carnatic --- South Indian Classical.

I guess that's one of my main reasons for being there.

wandering_kat Oct 14th, 2004 03:57

Widespread Panic....BNL.....RHCP.......Fi nley Quaye.....Rory Gallagher.....Alabama 3..... Soul Asylum....Morcheeba.....Leftfi eld....Death in Vegas.....Jaluka.....Manu Chao.....Fleetwood Mac.....My Friend the Chocolate Cake....Tom Petty....NIN.....Pixies....Cou nting Crows.... Am i getting carried away here?![whoa]

Nick-H Oct 15th, 2004 14:17

OK, I admit it! An occasional burst of the Grateful Dead goes down nicely!

I probably have The Incredible String Band to thank for my first hearing of Indian Instruments many, many years ago. Anyone else remember them?

wandering_kat Oct 15th, 2004 14:40

Nick - a closet deadhead? you've redeemed yrself..... (from what? I dunno, but you've redeemed yrself nonetheless!)

Herby - salute yr choice!

freenote Oct 16th, 2004 18:08

String Band
 
somebody else knows "the incredible string band" :eek: If i dug down deep in some boxes i'm sure i have all there albums(vinyl)
favorite line "Hallo i must be going,well i only came to say ,i hear my mother calling and i must be on my way" very apt I thought!!!

kokopelli Oct 16th, 2004 18:41

belle and sebastian
nick drake
badly drawn boy

- indie/twee pop

Nick-H Oct 16th, 2004 19:15

Wanderin_Kat, You'll never get far!

...I'll tell you the reason, you oughta know,
There isn't really very far to go...
:) :) :) :cool: {glasses} :cool: :) :) :)

you didn't recognise my signature?[Listen; I'm playing it for you!] is from Goin' Down The Road Feelin Bad
--- Last track on the Grateful Dead double album.
So lets go where the water tastes like wine, shall we?
'Cos I Don't wanna be treated this a way :)
:cloud9: :danc: [maryjane] :danc: :cloud9: :danc: [maryjane] :danc: :cloud9: :danc: [maryjane] :danc: :cloud9: :danc: [maryjane] :danc: :cloud9:

Nick-H Oct 16th, 2004 19:21

Freenote, Good! I thought there would be others around here :)
I smile and say my little ship is sinking
But I Kinda like the sea that I'm on
And I don't care if I do drown

UltraViolet Oct 25th, 2004 16:51

I love belle and sebastian and Nick Drake. theres nothing like a sweet melody is there.

cyberhippie Oct 25th, 2004 17:50

Quite a selection!!
Myself I like, Alabama 3, Afrocelt Sound System, George Thoroughgood,Oasis, Zeppelin, Dylan, Keane, Rock, Salt And Nails, Cast, Dreadzone, etc.etc.etc.

Here's a wee tip for all you music lovers (maybe you all know this already but bear with me. For music downloads try Bearshare peer to peer, a great resource for sharing music. The downside on the free version is it comes bundled with a lot of spyware.
I tend to install it, download a shit load of music then uninstall and run something like Adaware to spring clean my system!! Don't run adaware before as the Bearshare program won't work properly without the bundled spyware!!
Happy hunting!!!
By the way this is a great resource for video and other types of media and software, I recently got a few audio books off the site, brilliant!

Shiver me Timbers Oct 27th, 2004 03:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by UltraViolet
I love belle and sebastian and Nick Drake. theres nothing like a sweet melody is there.

Nope, there certianly isn't.

I'm a big Nick Drake fan as well, such a shame he was so unappreciated in his time, it's amazing how many people are starting to discover his music.

Right now I'm listening to 'Mule Variations' by Tom Waits, like most of his stuff it's a tough listen, but a rewarding one.

mmike56 Feb 19th, 2006 21:05

Tune(s) Of The Day - Any Genre
 
Today on rotation, so far:

Black Star Liner - Bengali Bantam Youth Experience - CD
Scratch & The Upsetters - Super Ape - CD

Super Mama Djombo - Julia (track)

John Martyn - Inside Out - CD

Peace

mmike

Dr Funkenstein Feb 20th, 2006 01:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by mmike56
Today on rotation, so far:

Black Star Liner - Bengali Bantam Youth Experience - CD
Scratch & The Upsetters - Super Ape - CD

Good choices!

I was listening to 'Sinsemilla Showdown' by Lee Perry and the Mad Professor a couple of days a go. Very nice.

Other than that been listening to a lot of James Brown recently and 'Abbatoir Blues' by Nick Cave. :)

mmike56 Feb 20th, 2006 03:09

& moregan
 
Sly & Robbie - Unmetered Taxi - CD

Spirit - The 12 Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus - CD

Banco De Gaia - Freeform Flutes & Fading Tibetans (cassette Woof Tapes 1992)

Joi - One & One is One - CD

Franco & Et' Le TP OK Jazz- Azda/Laissez Passez & Attention Na Sida (tracks)

Peace[happy] :Beer [relax] :hug:

mm


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