Author Topic: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)  (Read 92853 times)

Online Cavebear

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1260 on: April 30, 2017, 07:27:10 AM »
I'm boring.  Simon&Garfunkle, Carly Simon, Joan Baez, later Beatles...

But I'm eclectic.  Classical, Electronica, Heavy Metal, Broadway.  Just not much "new".
Atheist born, atheist bred.  And when I die, atheist dead!

Online trdsf

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1261 on: May 01, 2017, 12:21:48 AM »
I'm boring.  Simon&Garfunkle, Carly Simon, Joan Baez, later Beatles...

But I'm eclectic.  Classical, Electronica, Heavy Metal, Broadway.  Just not much "new".
I'm on board with most of those.  But just as my DVD rack has Airplane, Amadeus and Andromeda Strain all next to each other, so my CD rack has Bach (J.S.), Bach (P.D.Q.), Beatles, Black Book Band and Brubeck... as well as Gershwin, Getz, Goodman and the Grateful Dead, or while I'm at it, Lehrer, Little Feat, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Lyttelton.

Eclectic is good.  :)
"It's hard to be religious when certain people are never incinerated by bolts of lightning." -- Calvin and Hobbes
"I thought I committed regicide today, but I committed deicide!" -- Sadie Doyle, Beyond Belief

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1262 on: May 01, 2017, 03:43:40 PM »
My musical tastes are not normal:




God Not Found
Jesus on toast, Allah on an egg - all we need now is Moses in the orange juice and we have a crazy balanced breakfast.

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1263 on: May 01, 2017, 03:51:32 PM »
My musical tastes are not normal.




God Not Found
Jesus on toast, Allah on an egg - all we need now is Moses in the orange juice and we have a crazy balanced breakfast.

Online Cavebear

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1264 on: May 02, 2017, 06:40:55 AM »
I'm on board with most of those.  But just as my DVD rack has Airplane, Amadeus and Andromeda Strain all next to each other, so my CD rack has Bach (J.S.), Bach (P.D.Q.), Beatles, Black Book Band and Brubeck... as well as Gershwin, Getz, Goodman and the Grateful Dead, or while I'm at it, Lehrer, Little Feat, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Lyttelton.

Eclectic is good.  :)

Do you like tribute albums?  Like different artists doing Beatles or Elton John?  I think they are fascinating.
Atheist born, atheist bred.  And when I die, atheist dead!

Online trdsf

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1265 on: May 02, 2017, 12:59:42 PM »
I run hot and cold on those -- probably more on the warm side than not.  I love Deadicated; the bands that participated brought some really interesting takes to songs I had grown used to thinking of in a particular way.  And All This and World War II is a fascinating set of Beatles covers ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous.  And The Byrds sometimes seemed only a bit more than a glorified Dylan cover band.

And there are certain artists that are able to take a cover and just about make it their own -- the Dead did that a lot, and the Byrds with Dylan, of course, and k.d. lang also stands out, considering her versions of Cohen's 'Hallelujah', Young's 'Helpless', and her work with and after Roy Orbison.

I find covers fascinating in and of themselves, because there's often more in a song than even the songwriter thought there was.  Go on YouTube some time and look up all the covers of Bonnie Dobson's "Morning Dew".  It's got about as weird a set of major covers as you could ask for -- the Dead's improvisational masterpiece and the tight and driving Jeff Beck/Rod Stewart version are probably the two best known, but it was also tackled by the Allman Brothers, Nazareth, DEVO, Lulu, Robert Plant, and Long John Baldry, among others.
"It's hard to be religious when certain people are never incinerated by bolts of lightning." -- Calvin and Hobbes
"I thought I committed regicide today, but I committed deicide!" -- Sadie Doyle, Beyond Belief

Offline Mr.Obvious

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1266 on: May 03, 2017, 03:46:47 PM »
Give it a listen, you just might like it.

E = Mc²

In the end, we are all standing in the dark,
trying to figure out why we are here.
But let us not choose one direction
without proof of where it is headed.

Check your pocket for matches
so we can observe and learn together
as fast friends and relative idiots.

Online Shiranu

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1267 on: May 07, 2017, 02:59:13 PM »
Evan Duffy's covers of Deadmau5 songs might be the most beautiful music ever created.



"When glass breaks it is possible to put the pieces back together, but a heart once broken cannot be pieced together again. The suffering of man is immense, and only in love can relief be found from that suffering."  -
Allahi Allah, traditional Pakistani folk song

Online Shiranu

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1268 on: May 12, 2017, 04:41:29 AM »
"When glass breaks it is possible to put the pieces back together, but a heart once broken cannot be pieced together again. The suffering of man is immense, and only in love can relief be found from that suffering."  -
Allahi Allah, traditional Pakistani folk song

Online Shiranu

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1269 on: May 12, 2017, 06:17:47 AM »



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"When glass breaks it is possible to put the pieces back together, but a heart once broken cannot be pieced together again. The suffering of man is immense, and only in love can relief be found from that suffering."  -
Allahi Allah, traditional Pakistani folk song

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1270 on: May 16, 2017, 07:53:18 PM »


I finally got this earworm out of my head!  I couldn't remember anything about it but the beat and the fact that my brother had played it once.  I had him go through hundreds of songs on his playlist till he finally hit the right one.

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1271 on: May 19, 2017, 07:25:18 PM »

Online Shiranu

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1272 on: May 19, 2017, 07:29:23 PM »


RIP, Chris :(.

On a brighter note, holy fucking shit this is the most addicting song this year. 2017 killin' it musically.

"When glass breaks it is possible to put the pieces back together, but a heart once broken cannot be pieced together again. The suffering of man is immense, and only in love can relief be found from that suffering."  -
Allahi Allah, traditional Pakistani folk song

Offline GrinningYMIR

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1273 on: May 25, 2017, 11:08:33 PM »
https://m.
"Human history is a litany of blood shed over differing ideals of rulership and afterlife"

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Online Shiranu

Re: What are you listening to? Part II (The Revengening)
« Reply #1274 on: May 29, 2017, 02:28:08 PM »
"When glass breaks it is possible to put the pieces back together, but a heart once broken cannot be pieced together again. The suffering of man is immense, and only in love can relief be found from that suffering."  -
Allahi Allah, traditional Pakistani folk song