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What music are you listening to lately?

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Artisan Fan, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. Cleav

    Cleav Well-Known Member

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    One Day As A lion and Street Sweeper Social Club are alright. But Rage Against The Machine is far better. Hence I'm listening to RATM today.
     
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    Wow, ok. nvm


    Had lunch with the drummer here the other day so I've been checking out their shit. Not my typical jams, but dudes are on point. Kind of remind me of Dub Trio without the dub.

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    What don't you like about it? Or is it the genre per se?
     
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    I think this is my favorite jazz guitar solo. It's "Fat Time" by Miles Davis. Mike Stern is the guitarist. ("Fat Time" was Davis's nickname for Stern, who was a bit overweight at the time.) Marcus Miller's bass part is awesome as well. The E string is tuned down to a C.

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    Vale Ornette Coleman who has gone to the great gig in the sky.
     
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    The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers Remastered the out takes disc is great mind you it was the first album I ever bought :slayer: and Eric Harland Voyager Live by Night
     
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    Koisuru Fortune Cookie from akb48. I like the music video for the black guy.
     
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    Also Sharon Van Etten - I Don't Want To Let You Down
     
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    Doesn't get any better than this. Great sound. No "hook" so he just sings all the way through. Classic!
     
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    Such a great song.

    Skipping around the Sleater-Kinney catalog today. I have a huge crush on Corin Tucker's voice, with its high volume quaver and Steven Tyler explosiveness.
     
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    Danced to this, and others, last night...
     
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    The title is wrong: it should be "Year to the Day." Eddie's solo is unbelievable, and Gary's vocals are perfect.

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    I've been listening to vintage rockabilly for the last two months. Something about my trip to Joshua Tree got me in the mood for roots music. Must thank the mid-80's LA music scene for keeping it (and similar genres) alive.

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    There was a similar rockabilly revival in Sydney at the same time, currently its in vogue again in Canberra as I went to a rockabilly arvo at a local pub a few weeks back, good music and craft beer on tap.
     
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    Just started listening to Sun Kil Moon. Really digging them/him. Ironically, I decided to try his stuff out after his little tiff with Pitchfork.
     
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    Without thinking I threw on Feists The Reminder last week. It had probably been at least five years since I listened to this and it literally made me stop what I was doing and sit and listen to it all the way through. I concluded that it sits next to "There goes Rhymin Simon" in its greatness. To see if I was alone in my appreciation I went back to look at some reviews and saw that the Village Voice wrote it was like "watching someone pitch a no-hitter" while Rolling Stone said 'replacing the sleepy stuff with more upbeat songs would 'have been killer'. Hahaha.
     

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