Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by thescarface1989, Jul 29, 2006.
What kind of music do you listen to?
You name it, I rock it.
mainly 90's HIP HOP and 70's ROCK.
Mainly classic rock, a little bit of mid to late 80's to early 90's rap, and some 70's r&b. My fav right now is Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
The Black Crowes, 80's - 90's alternative and a lot of other stuff.
Trance, eurodance, old school rap, new age, ambient, 80-90's rock, classical ..
Also, some current rock like Garbage, 3 Doors Down, Linkin Park, Staind, Bowling for Soup, Simple Plan, Sum 41, Lifehouse, etc.
Zeppelin, ACDC, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, rolling stones, metallica a lot of classic rock and metal.
current bacnds system of a down, sum 41, the strokes, atreyu, lamb of god
i play "let go" a lot. great song.
I make my own music....................
pea salad....nuff said :laugh2:
metallica to korn to N.W.A. to tupac to Pink Flyod to rob zombie to DJ phanta C to rise againts to some country...its all over the board
Tommy Emmanuel and other acoustic guys.
Beatles...and classic rock, CCR, Led Zep, Stones, Hendrix, Cream... from the 60's.
Non dance house Reggae.
Blues. Muddy Waters, BB, Little Walter and Kim Wilson.
Dean Martin...over and over again.
Some big band stuff.
And the theme song to the Huckleberry Hound Show.
See Juke....I had you pegged for Sinatra...New York New York...LOL
I love the motown sound too...classic rock....can't remember the song that goes to Huckleberry Hound..everytime I try and think what it is...the Jetsons pop into my head LOL
I like Floyd, The Beatles, The Who and all the other usual suspects (except Springsteen, Van Morrison and Elvis- can't really get into these three, although I certainly respect them.)
I have recently gotten into:
Scott Walker- scary stuff
The White Stripes- the last two albums have been awesome
Spoon- very underrated band from Austin
Stevie Wonder- I feel great shame that is has taken me this long
Brian Eno- Always knew him as a producer, but his own stuff is great too
Mostly, I can't stand Sinatra and the whole "schtick"
Maybe this will help you out...
The biggest show in town is Huckleberry Hound
For all you guys and gals.
The biggest clown in town is Huckleberry Hound
With all his cartoon pals.
It's Huckleberry fun, it's for everyone,
So come on, gather 'round.
Get yourself all set,
Turn on your TV set
For Huckleberry Hound.
That oh, so merry, Chuckleberry,
Code for 'Enya.'
I am open to any type of music. I have songs from all genres on my MP3 player, from Frank Sinatra, to Outkast, to Johnny Cash, to Pink Floyd, to Mozart, to everything.
Well done. A true music lover.
Mozart is overrated. He was a great prodigy, and possibly the most talented all around western musician ever, but his compositions, though great, top ten, are not THE greatest.
My Current 'Favorites' Playlist:
In the Reigns Calexico/Iron and Wine
The Palace and Creatures of Kastchei Disappear, from 'The Firebird' Igor Stravinski
Locomotive Breath Jethro Tull
Wild Signals from Close Encounters of the Third Kind John Williams
Si Volvieras a Mi Josh Groban
Carry on Wayward Son Kansas
Smile like you Mean it The Killers
You are the New Day The King Singers
Destroy Everything You Touch Ladytron
Over the Hills and Far Away Zeppelin
At Least That's What you Said Wilco
Fugue in D Minor Bach
Foreplay/Long Time Boston
Os Justi Anton Bruckner
Chicago Sufjan Stevens
Chorus No 1 (Typico) Heitor Villa-Lobos
Hurdy Gurdy Man Donovan
Counting Bodies like Sheep to the Rythym of the War Drums A Perfect Circle
The Death of Johnathan Kent from Superman John Williams
Kathy's Song Simon and Garfunkel
Strange and Beautiful Aqualung
I Believe (When I fall in Love with you it will be forever) Stevie Wonder
Be (intro) Common
Nostalgia from Live at the Acropolis Yanni
I've Just Seen a FaceThe Beatles
Bolero from Moulin Rouge Various Artists
She is Like the Swallow Lucia Micarelli
I am a Man of Constant Sorrow The Soggy bottom Boys
Escape Craig Armstrong
Around the Universe Rufus Wainwright
The Spirit of Radio Rush
Egmont Overture, Op. 84 Beethoven
Smoke (Live) Ben folds
Off the Top Bela Fleck and the Flecktones
The Sweetest thing U2
The Grove of Eglantine Styx
The Devil Went Down to Georgia The Charlie Daniels Band
A Life in the Day of Andre Benjamin Andre 3000
Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity Gustav Holst
Death of Isolde, from Tristan and Isolde Richard Wagner
The Bleeding Heart Show The New Pornographers
I've been on a big kick with movie soundtracks lately. John Williams is obviously a favorite, but I like James Newton Howard Brian Tyler a lot too.
A lot of my stuff revolves around orchestral/choral, because I picked that up in middle school. Thus the soundtracks. Even in my popular music choices, I tend to prefer very well produced, clean sounding stuff.
Country is my favorite, but I love classic rock as well.