||What do you listen to... besides exotica?
Joined: Nov 29, 2002
From: San Diego, CA
|Posted: 2005-11-25 12:00 am  Permalink|
ELEVATOR MUSIC...(13th Floor Elevators to be exact)
Joined: Jun 01, 2004
From: wisconsin northwoods
|Posted: 2005-11-25 05:49 am  Permalink|
Allmans...Taj Mahal....virtually anything that's heavily percussive...and latetly...the
remastered Born to Run with live DVD. For all of you who might be too young to have experienced
the pre-Born USA Bruce....get your hands on this 1975 London concert DVD...he has always done great
shows but that era is why he became "The Boss." OK...quietly stepping down from the "old bruce"
Joined: May 11, 2003
From: glendale, ca
|Posted: 2005-11-25 09:45 am  Permalink|
Spy Bop Royale!
Joined: Sep 21, 2003
From: Yucaipa, CA
|Posted: 2005-11-25 10:25 am  Permalink|
This is what's in my CD case in my car:
Crowded House-Live at CBGB
Green Day-American Idiot
Greatest Hits CDs that I made by:
Fountains of Wayne
What I should add to the pile in the car:
Camper Van Beethoven
They Might Be Giants
Ultra Lounge-Wild, Cool and Swingin'
Joined: Dec 13, 2002
From: New York City
|Posted: 2005-11-26 01:21 am  Permalink|
I've been listening to more indie rock lately. Mostly what KCRW 89.9 FM in LA plays. Some of the concerts that I've gone to in the last months are:
Broadcast @ The Troubadour
Jem @ Avalon
Nouvelle Vague @ Hollywood Bowl
Brazilian Girls @ House of Blues
The Like @ The Viper Room
Trashcan Sinatras @ The Troubadour
Some music I've been listening to lately is:
Matt Pond PA
Joined: Jan 02, 2005
From: Ontario, Ca.
|Posted: 2005-11-27 10:30 pm  Permalink|
My favorite style of music is progressive rock or progressive metal and the band that gets the most play at my place is Dream Theater.
They are based out of New York, been around for 25 years (hard core prog-metal fans know),and they simply crush you with their talent on all instruments, musicianship, and live performance. If you like 70's prog mixed with heavy crunching riffs that match anything out there today these are your guys.
Joined: Dec 13, 2005
From: Fort Lauderdale
|Posted: 2005-12-13 12:53 pm  Permalink|
No one listens to Lene Lovich? Martha and the Muffins?
Early Eighties Music for Two Hundred, Alex!
Joined: Feb 04, 2004
|Posted: 2005-12-13 2:55 pm  Permalink|
...elliot sharp, john zorn, bill frisell, dillinger escape plan, bob wills, virginia rodriguez, julieta venegas, burning spear, crass, sham 69, damage manual, fela kuti, eugene chadbourne, femi kuti, diamanda galas, ernest ranglin, mario bauza, ricardo lemvo & makina loca, sonny rollins, ornette coleman, roaring lion, blinky & the roadmasters, germs, incubus, tool, primus, uakti, rashanim, steve lacy, whitehouse, nervous gender, sex pistols, bass mountain boys, bazooka, culture, ras michael & the sons of negus, salif keita, king sunny ade, skatenigs, caetano veloso, gilberto gil, sex pistols, lester flatt, earl skruggs, cibo matto...
... forgot... war criminals...
[ This Message was edited by: alohabros 2005-12-13 14:57 ]
Joined: May 12, 2004
|Posted: 2005-12-13 4:00 pm  Permalink|
This is what is on my desk right now:
Schoenberg: Verklarte nacht
Bartok: Bluebeard's castle
Bartok: Violin concerto #2
Fela Kuti: Original suffer head
Esquivel: Space age bachelor music
De falla: El amor brujo
Verdi: Overtured and intermezzos
Youssou n'dour: set
Stan Kenton: Cuban fire
Sergio Mendes: In person at the matador/pele
Arthur lyman: Puka shells
Steel guitar magic: Hawaiian style
Robert Fripp: Soundscapes live in argentina
Milton Nascimento: Milagre dos Peixes
Los Panchos: Lo mejor de
The japanese koto and Shakuhachi (sampler)
Herb Alpert: colors
Sergio Mendes: the great arrival
I know there are a couple of exotica albums there too, but what the heck..this is just a typical day's listening!
Joined: Oct 15, 2002
From: Las vegas
|Posted: 2005-12-13 5:45 pm  Permalink|
Great set list, Lucas!
My brain is moving to slow to add content, but I wanted to compliment that list.