Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by DanceAndExplode, May 28, 2007.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Forty Days
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My flavor goes to almost every genre except for country of course.
Goo Goo Dolls
It Dies Today
SAOSIN <------ kick ass drummer, give them a listen
Lamb of God
Angels and Airwaves
Reverend Horton Heat
My Chemical Romance
and last but not least The Bee Jees
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I've been a musician for more than fifty years so my tastes are pretty varied and my record collection (guess we're not supposed to call them that anymore) goes way back. I've been working in Washington DC for several years where there's a huge concert scene, some of the ones I've been to:
The Doors with Ian Astbury
Other memorable concerts over the years:
Weird Al Yankovic
Metallica and Guns n' Roses co-headlining the Rose Bowl
Ozzy Osbourne with Metallica as the supporting act in their speed-metal days
Pink Floyd's "The Wall" from the 16th row
Aerosmith in a 2,000 seat auditorium
Blue Oyster Cult
Crosby, Stills & Nash on their first tour
Elton John on his first tour
Philip Glass "Koyaanisqatsi"
Vaughan Williams "The Lark Ascending"
I play electric bass, everything from Velvet Revolver to Chuck Berry.
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wow, that is nice stuff. Listening to Shalamar as we speak. I like it quite a bit.
I listen to mostly rock, metal, and jazz. Some bands I like a lot:
Anything Miles Davis was in.
Anything John Coltrane was in.
Duke Ellington's band
Nine Inch Nails
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i am listening to december underground by AFI, but i might just stop it and listen to cancer by my chemical romance.
Decemberunderground is one of my favourite albums, but i reckon AFI's Sing The Sorrow is way better. I love them both. Cancer is also one of my favourite songs, too.
My favourite songs are (in no particular order)
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
AFI - This Celluloid Dream
My Chemical Romance - Cancer
Job For A Cowboy - Suspended By The Throat
Aiden - The Suffering
Korn - Coming Undone
Atreyu - Shameful
Slipknot - The Heretic Anthem
My Chemical Romance - I Never Told You What I Do For A Living
AFI - Love Like Winter
Job For A Cowboy - Knee Deep
Slipknot - Spit It Out
Aiden - Knife Blood Nightmare
i am listening to that right now, i saw papa roach just before christmas and i loved scars.
peter and the test tube babies.
alice in chains.
right said fred.
blue oyster cult.
charlie daniels band.
guns n roses.
walls of jericho.
left over crack.
tears for fears.
dead or alive.
hall and oates.
the scissor sisters.
the chemical brothers.
stone temple pilots.
third eye blind.
thats it for now i love MUSIC.
Jazz (Coltrane, Monk, Davis, Hancock, etc)
Hip-hop (mainly non-commercial stuff)
Rock (indie rock is fresh, some older stuff are classics)
Punk (mainly the older stuff)
J-pop (don't usually like pop but some J-pop are just irresistably nice)
Overall prettyopenminded but I enjoy those with more artistic integrity in their music.
Coheed And Cambria Delerium Tiger!!!!
my face songs are in no order
cohhed and cambria delrium tiger
linkin park somwere i belong
nirvirna underneath the bridge
james blunt no bravery
snow patrole how to be dead
the killers mr.brightside
maroon 5 she will be loved
blue oyster cult don't fear the reaper
liquido ordinary life
Jack Nicholson singing La Vie En Rose.
Coheed and Cambria
The Fall of Troy
The Number 12 Looks Like You
The Blood Brothers
Protest the Hero
Last spring, in the sake of friendship and cultural goodwill, my good roomate introduced me to "coheed and cambria". They are okay. "Fall out boy" is good too
I like 60's Garage Rock, Psychedelic(The Bonniwell Music Machine, The Churchills, Tripsichord Music Box), Acid Folk (Comus, Wishbone Ash), Folk (Pentangle, Fairport Convention), Folk Rock, Funk(Young-Holt Unlimited, Screamin' Jay Hawkins), Soul, Ska (Desmond Dekker), Reggae (Augustus Pablo), Dub, Hip Hop (Cypress Hill, Immortal Technique), Heavy Rock (Sabbath, Teezar, Bad Brains, Pentagram, Sir Lord Baltimore, Todd, Tad, Big Black), Progressive Rock, Bluegrass, 60's and 70's country (Hasil Atkins, Cash), Japanese Psych, Japanese Group Sounds, Japanese Acid Noise (The Boredoms, Boris), Bollywood, Surf, 365 Days Project (an on-line collection of obscure music), World Music (Rokia Traoré, Ethiopiques Collection, international variations on psychedelic and 70's pop), Afro-Beat (Fela Kuti)...
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