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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. GusW

    GusW Well-Known Member

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    I'm glad that Christmas music is done for the next 11 months or so...

    We saw a movie about The Who last night. I am eager to get back into Who's Next and Tommy.
     
  2. fortune

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    Call me queer for listening to Jason Mraz but I can't get over this song. The version on his myspace is a live one with a crowd and it just sounds like you should be sitting on the beach in Hawaii while he's playing it. Such a damn good song IMO.
     
  3. GoSurface

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    Right now, One Love: The best of Bob Marley and The Wailers.
     
  4. jkennett

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    Bjork Post, Cat Power, Lawrence Arms, Manic Street Preachers in the past week.
     
  5. Artisan Fan

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    I've really got into Bob Dylan recently...
     
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    I'm taking this thread's continued bumping as a sign that the random rules thread is dead.

    I've been listening to my "Best of 2007" mix--one song from some of my favorite albums of 2007.

    Jens Lekman--Opposite of Halleluiah
    Weakerthans--Sun in an Empty Room
    Spoon--The Underdog
    Justice--Phantom Pt. I
    Ponys--Double Vision
    Mavis Staples--Down in Mississippi
    Band of Horses--Lamb on the Lam
    Dino Jr--We're Not Alone
    The Broken West-- Baby on My Arm
    Radiohead--All I Need
    Arcade Fire--(Antichrist Television Blues)
    Feist--1, 2, 3, 4
    Sharon Jones--Nobody's Baby
    Wilco--Impossible Germany
    MIA--Paper Planes
    Blitzen Trapper--Wild Mountain Nation
    White Stripes--You Don't Know What Love Is
    Shins--Australia
    LCD Soundsystem--Someone Great
     
  7. solipsist

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    Today, I've been in the downtempo mood...maybe its post-sale depression...

    "Bloodstream" by Stateless
    "Love Song #7" by Cory Branan
    "The Gift of Freedom" by Charles Webster
    "Breathe Me (Four Tet Remix)" by Sia
    "Quicksand" (Thievery Corporation Remix) by Natalie Walker
    "I Don't Care What You Call Me" by David Ford
    "Things Untold" by Daughter Darling
     
  8. robbie

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    The black lips.
     
  9. Manny Calavera

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    Pitchfork's third annual "Dusty Grooves" feature is up (compiled by Joe Tangari). It's a great article for lazy crate-diggers, compiling the best eccentric compilations and re-releases of 2007. Good to see the Yaala Yaala stuff mentioned there, as it's a great thing Drag City is doing with that imprint.

    Oh, and here's to 2008 being an infinitely less shit year than 2007 (musically). Woo-hoo and all that.
     
  10. rdawson808

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    Rufus Wainwright sings Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall.
     
  11. Gherkins

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    I just discovered a strange band from Portugal called Wraygunn. Cool stuff. Kind of like Qotsa meets the Stray Cats to play vintage Robert Johnson songs with a female voice and lots of blues harp.
     
  12. Dakota rube

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    This elderly fellow is trying out Hip-Hop, and thoroughly enjoying himself!
     
  13. romafan

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    This elderly fellow is trying out Hip-Hop, and thoroughly enjoying himself!

    Just remember, Little Wayne is yesterday's news. Turf Talk is the sh!t now. Word.

    edit: Hip hop hurray - 2G's, yo!
     
  14. edmorel

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    Just remember, Little Wayne is yesterday's news. Turf Talk is the sh!t now. Word.

    edit: Hip hop hurray - 2G's, yo!



    Bite your tongue.

    Unfortunately, when I am in the car now, I find myself changing stations until I get to the "Light" station (102.7, now called "Fresh") [​IMG] I'm only in my 30's. Every other station seems like it is playing crap 90% of the time. I get my rap fix from the post midnight shows, when I can stay up and I'm slowly getting back into the local rock station (92.3) as they changed their format back to rock.

    The other night at home, I tuned to the jazz station for about an hour, and I liked it [​IMG]
     
  15. Southern-Nupe

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    I tend to sway more towards Neo-soul:

    Needless to say I have been listening to:


    The new Angie Stone
    Urban Mystic
    The new Jill Scott
    Leela James
    Goapele
    Raheem Davaughn
    The new Rahsaan Patterson
    I was keep Maxwell in rotation

    I am eagerly awaiting the new Erykah Badu (one of my favorites).
     
  16. romafan

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    Bite your tongue.
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    The other night at home, I tuned to the jazz station for about an hour, and I liked it [​IMG]


    WBGO (88.3), or WRTI from Philly? If the former, check out 'The Rhythm Review' on Saturday mornings, hosted by Felix Hernandez...[​IMG]
     
  17. edmorel

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    I tend to sway more towards Neo-soul:

    Needless to say I have been listening to:


    The new Angie Stone
    Urban Mystic
    The new Jill Scott
    Leela James
    Goapele
    Raheem Davaughn
    The new Rahsaan Patterson
    I was keep Maxwell in rotation

    I am eagerly awaiting the new Erykah Badu (one of my favorites).


    I've been watching a lot of VH1 Soul lately.

    WBGO (88.3), or WRTI from Philly? If the former, check out 'The Rhythm Review' on Saturday mornings, hosted by Felix Hernandez...[​IMG]

    88.3. Sat. mornings at what time?
     
  18. romafan

    romafan Well-Known Member

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    10 to 2. I guess that makes it a late morning/early afternoon show.....
     
  19. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Well-Known Member

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    I have been straight-up obsessed with the last Burial record-----Untrue. Much warmer than the eponymous record. Think: Pole, Boards of Canada, Prefuse 73 and Philip Jeck jerking off onto a cookie.
     
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