Post some of your favorite music, from rock to jazz to disco to all points in between. I just get mine free off YouTube, although not everything available there. I pay scant attention to the videos; I'm only in it for the sounds. I'll start with a few of my own:
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Estranged -- G-n-R
You Could Be Mine by G-n-R
Night Train -- G-n-R
Whiskey In The Jar -- Metallica
Thunderstruck -- AC/DC
Kockin On Heaven's Door -- G-n-R
So Far Away -- Dire Straits
Jaded -- Aerosmith
Civil War -- G-n-R
Turn Around (French/English version....by Bonnie Tyler & Kareen Antonn) -- Kareen Antonn is so HOT !!!!
Nice playlist, McC!
All on YouTube...
Here is a terrific tune for Toledoans tuned into trendy topics:
Santana & Clapton - Jingo
Heart - Crazy On You
The Stranglers - Golden Brown
Radiohead - Creep
The Rockets - Turn up the Radio
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Superstition
Nice list Walter, but I kinda gave up the "metal scene" after the Metallica Reload album. You might like Metalocalypse (1st album, second sucked).
Now I pretty much stick with 92.5 and NPR.
Great stuff, all.
'What's Goin On' may indeed be best song ever, Ace.
Love Santana and 'Jingo', KraZy. Radiohead terrific group.
Interesting list, Prairie. Gave a listen to all.
lol, meant to post hadn't heard Liz Phair in a long time, Ryan. She has some...ummmm...provocative lyrics, lol.
A sampling of songs from my iTunes "Recently Played" folder; I often use the iPod Shuffle feature to get a wider variety of music I might overlook from my 9,000-song collection:
- "Pink Moon," Nick Drake
- "Tightrope," Electric Light Orchestra
- "Knights of Cydonia," Muse
- "Where Evil Grows," The Poppy Family
- "Glass Onion," The Beatles
- "Down by the Water," PJ Harvey
- " Oh Babe, What Would You Say," Norman "Hurricane" Smith
- "Five O'Clock World," The Vogues
- "Girlfriend in a Coma," The Smiths
- "Bem, Bem MAria," The Gipsy Kings
- "Fall on Me," R.E.M.
When you're the best, you tell 'em:
Zappa plays bicycle:
Some Gave All -- Billy Ray Cyrus
Red Devils; King King
Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble
The Nashville Teens
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Shame Shame Shame
Manhatan Transfer; The Manhattan Transfer
Speak Up Mambo
Dance With Me
Chris Anderson & Dj Robbie
The Original 'Last Night'
From JohnnyMac: Here is a terrific tune for Toledoans
Reminds me of that murder at the Red Lobster in Toledo. The manager was found at room temperature by the morning shift, and every employee there said that if they knew who did it, they'd pin a medal on the guy.
I'm usually able to give people a lot of leeway with the music they like, but those are awful. Sounds like modern day C+C Music Factory. Here's some real music for the dancefloor:
"Lateralus" by Tool and a bit of Fibonacci. One of my favorite videos. Music, math, space, philosophy.
@Ace_Face: Awww... you're crazy. Dance pop is HOT. Don't get me wrong I'm all about the LL but that stuff is kinda dated. Think I picked up that single back in '91 was it?
Some others amongst my favorites...
A couple more Carbon Leaf cuts. The fan made videos are quite well done too.
Another Great Big Sea, this time along with the Chieftains, legends in the Celt music world.
The Tragically Hip, kind of a Canadian R.E.M.
Closing out with another from punk icon Joe Strummer, the future is unwritten.
Porcupine Tree and Steven Wilson solo:
plus, the usual suspects...NIN, Radiohead, Opeth, dada, Modest Mouse, Arcade Fire. look them up, I got to get back to work. ;p
Dance pop is HOT. Don't get me wrong I'm all about the LL but that stuff is kinda dated. Think I picked up that single back in '91 was it?
You go to any club in the world and put on your little "Night at the Roxbury" tunes and then put on LLCoolJ and tell me which goes down better with the crowd.
Here's my summer anthem:
Dizzee Rascal... good stuff.
@Ace_Face: Night At The Roxbury!? You're killing me lol. That was 15 years ago. Go to clubs in Chicago and Miami and I guarantee old school rap is not the theme of the evening.
The fist pumping guidos in Florida may be into that stuff, but every club I've been to in Chicago tends to lean toward house and trance. My last word on the subject is that it is now almost 20 years since "Mama Said" came out and it still sounds great. Think anyone will dig out Mini Viva in 2030 and the dancefloor will fill with people saying "This is my jam!"? Me neither.
Here's one artist to keep your eye on, she's a combo of James Brown, Andre 3000 and Erykah Badu.