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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:06 am 
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Before: "In Dreams" - Roy Orbison
Now: "In Dreams" - Roy Orbison
Next: "In Dreams" - Roy Orbison

Although I think the rest of his songs are merely good, for some reason I'm utterly addicted and in love with this one.


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On shuffle with some CD-R's that I burned:

You Got It - Roy Orbison

Baby Sittin' Boogie - Buzz Clifford

Quiet Village - Martin Denny

In Dreams - Roy Orbison

Suspicious Minds - Elvis Presley

Blue Bayou - Roy Orbison

Blue Bayou - Linda Ronstadt

Poor Poor Pitiful Me - Linda Ronstadt

Kick Out the Jams - MC5

Lick It Up - KISS

Do Ya - Electric Light Orchestra

Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison

Hound Dog Man - Fabian

Venus - Frankie Avalon

Paper Tiger - Sue Thompson

Drive My Car - The Beatles

We Gotta Get Out of This Place - The Animals

Bits and Pieces - Dave Clark Five

End of the World - Skeeter Davis

Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter - Herman's Hermits

Soul and Inspiration - Righteous Brothers

Hello Mary Lou - Ricky Nelson

And many, many more. Just a mix of some of my favorites when music was music. Don't listen to rap crap.

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Ghost- "Secular Haze"

One of my favorite bands currently around's new single. I fell in love with them the first time I heard their debut album, Opus Eponymous. Usually with retro-fitted acts, they tend to tread too far towards the vintage or the modern sound, and while Ghost definitely sound older than newer, they do so in a nice, sophisticated way. It's like if King Diamond joined Blue Oyster Cult.

I'm also happy to see the metal community embrace the band so openly and see them be such a surprise hit among fans. Again, acts that lean towards the vintage tend to not catch on too well, but Ghost has obtained a lot of admirers since their album came out, including Metallica's James Hetfield.

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Here's the music video, which kicks ass.


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"Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)" - Kenny Rogers and the First Edition

I first heard this in The Big Lebowski; I've noticed that much of my taste in music is due to the music and songs played in films, such as Amadeus, Blue Velvet, The Graduate and obviously Big Lebowski.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:48 am 
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Songs of the moment:

Christina Aguilera ~ "Fighter"
Mariah Carey ~ “We Belong Together”
Mariah Carey ~ “Whenever You Call”
Mariah Carey ~ “Almost Home”
Jennifer Hudson ~ “Night of Your Life”

I went on a Christina Aguilera binge a month ago, but the past week I’ve been buying/re-visiting Mariah Carey’s albums, and checking out Dionne Warwick/Aretha Franklin’s greatest hits. I’m thinking I might do the same for The Supremes and Donna Summer in future. (I already own everything by Whitney Houston, ofc. :wink: )

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I'm in love with "Follies"...

Listening to the Loveland sequence right now.

Fantastic.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 8:19 pm 
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Before: Only the Good Die Young - Billy Joel
Now: It's the End of the World as We Know It - R.E.M
Later: Better Man - Pearl Jam


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David Bowie songs, David Bowie songs and more David Bowie songs. Particularly Life on Mars. I could listen to that forever.

Oh, and occasionally the Righteous Brothers' "Unchained Melody".


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On Shuffle, while I'm on the computer this morning:

Changes - David Bowie

Boris The Spider - The Who (featuring John Entwistle)

Fox on the Run - Sweet

Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo - Edgar Winter Band

Walkin' With My Angel - Bobby Vee

Mr. Blue - Bobby Vinton

Turn to Stone - Electric Light Orchestra

Hurt - Johnny Cash

Go Your Own Way - The Cranberries

All Along The Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix

Dancing In The Streets - David Bowie & Mick Jagger

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Before: Suffragette City - David Bowie
Now: I Can See For Miles - The Who
Later: Mr. Blue Sky - ELO


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Before:Skrillex-what is light? Where is laughter?
Now:Skrillex-slats slats slats
Next:Skrillex-Reptile's Theme
Then:Tears For Fears-Head over Heels
And then:Alan Parsons Project-Eye in the Sky
And:Van Morrison-Brown Eyed Girl
I make pretty random playlists, lol :)

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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 3:52 pm 
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Real music from the 70's now playing on shuffle in my player:

Convoy - C.W. McCall

Me and You and a Dog Named Boo - Lobo

Wildfire - Michael Martin Murphy

Seasons In The Sun - The Poppy Family (featuring Terry Jacks)

It Never Rains in Southern California - Albert Hammond

Smile A Little Smile For Me - The Flying Machine

Babe - Styx

I'm A Train - Albert Hammond

Blue Collar Man - Styx

and so many, many more.

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Before: Everybody Wants to Rule the World - Tears For Fears
Now: Moondance - Van Morrison
Later: Renegade - Styx


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On shuffle this morning, while I'm doing things on my computer, most are from the 70's:

Spirit in the Sky - Norman Greenbaum

Eres Tu - Mocedades

Get Down - Gilbert O'Sullivan

I'd Love You To Want Me - Lobo

The Cover of the Rolling Stone - Dr. Hook

Everything Is Beautiful - Ray Stevens

Crimson and Clover - Tommy James & The Shondells

Mony Mony - Tommy James & The Shondells

Treat Her Like A Lady - Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose

Popcorn - Hot Butter

Alone Again Naturally - Gilbert O'Sullivan

The Free Electric Band - Albert Hammond

and so many more. All are true favorites of mine and I loved the 70's for all the great music that was performed back then. Music today truly sucks!!

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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2013 8:51 pm 
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On shuffle from a CD-R I burned earlier today:

Tell Her She's Lovely - El Chicano

Ride Away - Roy Orbison

I'm A Train - Albert Hammond

Long, Long Time - Linda Ronstadt

Hotel California - The Eagles

My Brave Face - Paul McCartney

Me And You and a Dog Named Boo - Lobo

Johnny Angel - Shelley Fabares

Judy's Turn to Cry - Leslie Gore

Downtown - Petula Clark

In The Ghetto - Elvis Presley

and many more.

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Previously: Toni Braxton - I Love Me Some Him
Now: En Vogue - My Lovin' (Never Gonna Get It)

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I have this disc stuck in my player all day for the last couple of days. Not one to tell people what is good or what is bad about their music choices but I don't think anyone's music collection would be complete without some of these in their collection:

On shuffle:

One - Three Dog Night

It Never Rains in California - Albert Hammond

Poor Poor Pitiful Me - Linda Ronstadt

In My Room - The Beach Boys

Girl - The Beatles

Alone Again, Naturally - Gilbert O'Sullivan

Good Morning Starshine - Oliver

Listen to the Band - The Monkees

Get Down - Gilbert O'Sullivan

Morning Girl - Neon Philharmonic

Indian Reservation - Don Fardon (not that abysmal Raiders version)

You're So Vain - Carly Simon

You've Got A Friend - James Taylor

The Cover of the Rolling Stone - Dr. Hook

Arizona - Mark Lindsey

Don't Know Much - Aaron Neville & Linda Ronstadt

Waiting on a Friend - The Rolling Stones

Just a bunch of great songs that really make my day when I listen to them. You will notice that I don't listen to Rap Crap, you can't use music and rap in the same sentence because it is an 'oxymoron'. Very few non-singers (rappers) that I listen to. I do, however, listen to quite a bit of Metal music and like bands like Metallica, Soundgarden, Tool, and many, many more.

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I've been listening to the Celebration Day soundtrack and DAMN, Zeppelin can still play. Robert Plant's best vocal performance is years behind him, but he can still hold his own, while Jimmy and John Paul are still great, and Jason Bonham kills.


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Tchaikovsky's Sleeping Beauty ballet, conducted by Gennady Rozhdestvensky.


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Before: Ramble On - Led Zeppelin
Now: Good Vibrations - Beach Boys
Later: Yesterday - The Beatles


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