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41. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 17:31 BST
i`m into drum and bass.blame, johnny l, high contrast, london elektricity, commix, origin unknown, calibure, lynx, dj fresh, alex pirez.check some pf my favourites on my youtube account.http://www.youtube.com/plotyourdownfall
Edited on Sat 13th June, 2009 @ 19:27 by dizzy_boy
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42. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 18:23 BST
It would seem that my musical tastes intersect with (almost) none of the above posters (someone did mention Pulp, huzzah!).
Some all-time popular favorites:David BowieThe BeatlesLeonard CohenThe Magnetic FieldsBjorkTindersticksPulpRoger Waters (yes, solo)RadioheadRichard Hawley
Non-popular music (no, I don't mean "unpopular")composers - Bartok, Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Chopin, Penderecki, Schoenbergjazz - Oscar Peterson, Vince Guaraldi, Miles Davis, Brubeck, Coltrane, any good trio / quartet live
...surely forgetting some things even more dear to me than those on the list, but these came to mind first.
Edited on Sat 13th June, 2009 @ 18:23 by warioswoods
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43. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 18:41 BST
@ warioswoodsI don't actively look for good jazz bands, but I did receive Time Out as a gift several years ago and can't get enough of it. Would you have any recommendations for someone who likes Brubeck's music?
Oh, and I forgot to mention in my first post that I've been listening to Ella and Louis a lot lately through Pandora. I need to track down that album.
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44. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 18:50 BST
But most of the music I listen to is vidja gaem musikcz.
Edited on Sat 13th June, 2009 @ 18:58 by King_Elemento
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45. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 19:05 BST
Hate genres, love good music.
From Zero7 to Pantera. From Boards of Canada to the QOTSA. From Elgar to Chase and Status. From Miles Davis to Tom Waits. From Orbital to Ella Fitzgerald. From Jack Johnson to The Prodigy. From Oakenfold to Eminem.
And everything in between.
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46. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 19:43 BST
Time Out has actually been on my mind / ear of late, having been reminded of it by an NPR interview with Brubeck, where he talked about the momentum Take Five gained on the popular radio stations, which is odd given that jazz didn't often penetrate those charts and the 5/4 rhythm is, for most, undanceable (... I love public radio ). Anyhow, that album is important to me whenever I want to hear expert use of complex time signatures / rhythmic devices, which incidentally is something I find Thom Yorke, in a very different genre, to be an expert at pulling off -- anyone can produce a song in 5/4 or use unusual layering of rhythms to odd effect, but so few can make it so smooth and integrated that it doesn't come off as a gimmick.
Anyhow, I confess to not having any kind of deep grasp of Brubeck's long career, but the Carnegie Hall live album has a wonderfully crisp sound and variety, so that's one worth trying.
And on the subject of Time Out, this performance is incredible -- the drum solo near the end, in particular, which never ceases to amaze me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQLMFNC2Awo
47. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 19:51 BST
Until recently I ran the dead section at a McRecords. I used to have a cd a day habit!I like a lot of blues but my heroes include Tom Waits, Howlin Wolf, Professor Longhair, Igor Stravinsky, The Ramones, Thelonious Monk, Louis Armstrong, Jacques Brel, Leonard Cohen, Bessie Smith, Johnny Cash, Richard Hawley, Los Zafiros, Lee Hazlewood and ... Bo Diddley of course
Edited on Sat 13th June, 2009 @ 19:51 by JoeDiddley
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48. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 20:28 BST
The Shins, Neutral Milk Hotel, Hawk and a Hacksaw, Beirut, Audioslave, Broken Social Scene, Brand New, Death From Above, Offspring, Flaming Lips, Beatles, Bloc Party.
49. Posted: Sat 13th Jun 2009 20:42 BST
Very nice; I'm particularly happy to see both Leonard Cohen and Richard Hawley on someone else's list. You also named a couple I should have included myself.
50. Posted: Thu 18th Jun 2009 19:56 BST
Just got some basic recording equipment yesterday that I've been fooling around with. This is really, really rough (just using first takes and only three tracks), but I thought I'd share it anyway: Buddha Says.
Features ukulele and melodica with a voice sample I edited together from some guy with a long name. I swear I'm not on drugs.
Lots of timing and volume issues, but just threw it together quickly for fun. Anyway, just tossing this out there for anyone interested in hearing something different, if not necessarily good.
Edited on Thu 18th June, 2009 @ 20:22 by Adam
51. Posted: Thu 18th Jun 2009 20:05 BST
I am a music major, so I listen to a lot of classical. Actually, most of what I listen to is either Koji Kondo or Nobuo Uematsu. My favorite band by far is Counting Crows. I also like Coldplay, Keane, Evanescence, Alter Bridge, Third Eye Blind. Augustana, David Bowie, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Chicago, Josh Groban, Fritz Wunderlich, The Killers...lots of stuff that's not rap.My favorite composers are Debussy, Arvo Pärt, Knut Nystedt, Beethoven (of course) NOT W.A. Mozart or J.S. Bach,
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52. Posted: Fri 19th Jun 2009 10:12 BST
Tool, APC , Sliversun Pickups, Death Cab for Cutie, The Postal Service. These are only a few of my favorites.
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53. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 14:18 BST
NIN period. @annemarie Tool is better than music it's freaking art!
Edited on Sat 27th June, 2009 @ 14:20 by zane
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