New Music you've come to appreciate

Discussion in 'Music, Movies and Entertainment' started by oddfellow4870, Feb 5, 2003.

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  1. justme

    justme <i>pop and click tainted</i> Vinyl ( is dead )

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    Outkast is probably in my top ten for bands currently making music.

    They put on a great show.
  2. vermeer

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    Outkast

    I'm not a rap fan, but that "Hey Ya/shake it like a polaroid" song and video is brilliant. i actually went out to but the album but it was sold out.
  3. justme

    justme <i>pop and click tainted</i> Vinyl ( is dead )

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    Best argument yet for keeping my rather crappy bedroom system.
  4. justlooking

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    Yeah. I HATE when that happens.
  5. EVdenizen

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    I have a tendency to start listening and stop fucking. Never managed to do both simultaneously.
  6. justlooking

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    I think that record's GREAT Fuck Music!
  7. EVdenizen

    EVdenizen

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    No, just shamelessly tried to get in a plug for an ATF :)
    Felt somewhat reluctant to enter it in the "Fuck-Music" thread.
  8. justlooking

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    EVdenizon must be measuring "new" in geologic time.
  9. EVdenizen

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    John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman. Some of the most beautiful ballads ever performed. "Lush Life" receives its definitive treatment here.
  10. oddfellow4870

    oddfellow4870

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    Mark O'Connor's Retrospective

    This is a 2 CD set of Mark's music from the past 30 years, with Mark on violin, Chris Thile of Nickel Creek on Mandolin, Bryan Sutton on Guitar and Byron House on Bass.

    The 150 minutes plus of acoustic music is from 3 live concerts recorded last year.

    Unclassifiable and magnificent, styles range from swing to bluegrass to grassical, jazz, etc.
  11. hardrock

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    No! No!

    go here and listen to some of the songs off of the punk compilation noted above.

    If you are at work...turn it UP!

    (I think I can almost hear JL on the first song after the Ramones opener).

    http://www.rhino.com/punk/popup_punk.lasso
    Last edited: Nov 2, 2003
  12. popgunner

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    download using WINMX or whatever

    either or both of "Pray" and "Together" by DJ BOBO
  13. hardrock

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  14. alterego

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    ...getting back to new music

    O.K. I admit. I like Southern Rock. Not the old Lynyrd Synyrd shit, but the newer stuff; Rev. Horton Heat, Southern Culture on the Skids.

    Anyhow, I finally got a chance to see a Nashville Pussy show last night, and I have to say I thought they fucking rocked.

    &aelig;
  15. justlooking

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    I really don't see anything inconsistent with liking just about anything and liking just about anything else.

    (Although there's less inconsistency with liking the delta blues and Led Zep than with many things.)
  16. justme

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    The portrayal of Hannet was fantastic.

    (Oh yeah, and Peter Saville, too)
  17. justme

    justme <i>pop and click tainted</i> Vinyl ( is dead )

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    Well, yeah.

    It's the blues.

    (I really don't see anything inconsistant with liking Delta blues and Led Zep)
  18. azzure

    azzure Vin Diesel

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    Ya should be listenin' to the music of a bunch of drunken, colored hobos roundin up coin for another beer, which is what most of the classic bluesmen were, at least before they left the Delta.
  19. sod

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    It certainly is.
  20. h. von bingen

    h. von bingen Sharon

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    did you see 24 hour party people? you should it's good.