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Anyone in here ever listen to any Classical Music? Don't worry, I won't upload any, just curious is all.
Ill sometimes have it on while cleaning. Not really for the most part though.
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
This comment made me wish I could upvote the same post multiple times. Well done.
My latest playlists -
Bob Marley (while I'm in the islands)
Bloc Party (or Kele)
Playlist for me includes but not limited to:
+1 For Frank. Channel Orange is an awesome album. Nostalgia Ultra is also a goodie.
A little disco to wake yer hineys up.
Born of African American Field Holler (call and response), Spirituals and Work Songs, Shouts and Chants, the Blues is both a icon and a style that encompasses many so-called genres. primarily a 12-bar repetition, is has also spun a history rich in tonality and diverse speed.
Today we sill explore just a few of the songs I knew about, as a nascent guitarist, harmonicist and harmony vocalist back in the 60's and 70's when I was active as band member. Found I had a bit of talent for the production side of the industry, I eventually segued into just technical support and management.
Today we kick it off with a bit of Clapton's smooth and poignant licks and vocal chops: "Groaning the Blues."
Next up. McKinley Morganfield AKA "Muddy Waters".
"Im a Maaaaaaan!" Hoochie Coochie Maaaann!
John Mayall, who incorporated Eric Clapton into his combos form time time to time, was knows as a great blues artist and song writer. "Room to Move."
The Late Great Billie Holiday, a great artist, alas reached a tragic end. Still recognized as one the greats of the 1st half of the 20th century.
"God Bless the Child."
Ella Fitzgerald, with "Satchmo", Louis Armstrong on trumpet.
"Dream a little Dream of Me."
We'll close out this session with a tune dedicated to our one and only lovely Laura, a class act - most of the time.
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds. "Don't Drink the Water."
Hope you liked this feature. If you did, say so, or not.
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We need more posters here to keep this going. I can handle much of the oldie goldies, but we need you younger folks to inject that modern flavor into the mix. So PLEASE c'mon in. The water's fine!
This one brings back memories.
Anyone ever done a bunch of shrooms and watched Natural Born Killers? Not that I have, theoretically, just askin'.
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The poster formerly known as 31-7. Understood by few, known by many, loved by all.
Love some classical when writing.
Now THAT'S what Uncle Nash is talkin' about! Anybody got any Psilocybin Muahrooms? We used to go out to cow pastures east of Tallahassee, and harvest a few of these natural mood enhancers. Didn't work too good for hankus pankus, but boy, did we see some pretty colors!
Hahaha. That sounds like fun Nash........................theoretically.
It was! Theoretically that is. I always figured I would be all dead by 50, so my war cry was: "Bring In!" Well, Baby Jesus had other plans, so now I'm stuck with cancer of the filter, diabeetus, and several other fun things to talk about. Not to worry. I did kick out the jams and "indulged" my curiosity as it were. Now, my quest is to live long enough to see another crystal rugby ball (which it favors more than a football to me) in our FSU trophy case. If Laura promises to kiss it.
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Hiyo! A fellow metalhead.
Pantera, Metallica (Kill 'Em All-Black), Lamb of God, Machine Head, Meshuggah, Sepultura, and Alice in Chains for me.
Up vote for you sir. Wish I could give you another one for the qualifier on Metallica. I need more Lamb of God on my iPod......and Machine Head.
If you haven't already give Sepultura a listen. Especially their "Beneath the Remains", "Arise", "Chaos A.D.", and "Roots" albums.
I've heard them before, I've liked what I heard. Definitely be added to the iPod. Also, on a whim of a Google search, I'm liking Cannibal Corpse. It would appear, in an ironic way, Dethklok opened my eyes to some of the more "extreme" metal(that thar DEBIL music!!!).
Anyone have any favorite musicals both theatre and film?
Some of mine
The Sound of Music
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
The Phantom of the Opera
Cannibal Corpse is another good one. Just be prepared to explain why "Meat Hook Sodomy", and "F*cked With a Knife" are on your iPod.
And I love Dethklok. Even as a mock band they've got some awesome stuff.
This post was edited by RenegadeNole 13 months ago
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