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Music - What's on your playlist?

Karen@EdmundsKaren@Edmunds Posts: 5,024
My music tastes run the gamut from Rossini to rock and roll. About the only thing I don't care for is rap and country. And sorry, but broadway musicals are my absolute favorite.

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  • PFFlyer@EdmundsPFFlyer@Edmunds Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 5,808
    If I was going to be stuck on a desert island, and could only have the catalog from one artist or group, it would be Beatles for me.

    I'm with you on rap. Sort of found it interesting at first, WAY back in the day, but it definitely lost me quickly.

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  • Stever@EdmundsStever@Edmunds YooperlandPosts: 38,983
    This morning I'm on a Peru Folk Radio kick and Mountain Apple from Maui is bookmarked, and the Sky.fm classical and flamenco guitar channel is often good (all via shoutcast.com).

    Sometimes I'll flip to AOL radio (some XM channels are free there) and the rest of the time (on in the car) my terrestrial radio is on the local Journal Broadcast Group affiliate for top 40.
  • caliberchiccaliberchic Posts: 402
    Being a bit younger I enjoy more POP and Hip Hop but I do love rock and alternative too. I recently played Guitar Hero 2 for PS2 and it took me back a few years, I had to go download some Smashing Pumpkins and Nirvana!
  • KCRam@EdmundsKCRam@Edmunds Mt. Arlington NJPosts: 3,497
    ...who can play instruments, so I've been really hooked on the Brian Setzer Orchestra, plus the entire 10 CD set of "Autumn Thunder", the NFL Films highlight music package. Nothing like a good blast of brass and a stand-up bass!

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  • PFFlyer@EdmundsPFFlyer@Edmunds Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 5,808
    I enjoy the Brian Setzer Orchestra as well. And don't forget the Squirrel Nut Zippers! :shades:

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  • fezofezo Posts: 9,195
    You may as well cut me open and count the rings.....

    I've got more stuff on my iPod than I'll ever hear in my lifetime. A lot of 60s forward (and some older) stuff. Rock, country, folkie stuff. The whole Beatles catalog.

    Of course if there's a Mets game on I'm listening to that instead and do catch NPR back and forth to work.

    Now that I have a van I'm pretty sure I'll hold onto for a few years I'll get teh XM antenna up on that. Lots of good things there. I think I'll also do an upgrade on the speakers and be nice to myself.
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Always liked him, and the new song "Gravity" has a very calming effect on me. Put it on when you're stressed out, and you'll feel better. :shades:
  • Karen@EdmundsKaren@Edmunds Posts: 5,024
    I think I've finally found the perfect exercise playlist....well, for me that is.

    Bad to the Bone- George Thorogood
    Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
    Girls Wanna Have Fun - Cyndi Lauper
    Dragostea Din Tei - Ozone
    Bad Reputation - Joan Jett
    Despre Tine - Ozone
    Respect - Aretha Franklin
    Dude Look Like a Lady - Aerosmith
    Do You Believe - Cher
    Sweet Dreams - Eurythmics
    Maybellene - Chuck Berry
    I Can't Stand the Rain - Tina Turner
    Good Golly Miss Molly - Little Richard
    Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly
    Tutti Fruitti - Little Richard
    All Shook Up - Elvis Presley
    Whole Lotta Shakin' - Jerry Lee Lewis
    Private Dancer - Tina Turner

    For the cool down? Anything by Enya. :)

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  • patpat Posts: 10,421
    Hey, pretty good list!! But, ahem, you're showing your age with some of 'em...

    (Of course there's only one way I would know that. :blush: )
  • Karen@EdmundsKaren@Edmunds Posts: 5,024
    It just so happens that I was helping with my daughter's high school play that was set in the 50's. She and I spent several hours collecting oldies music for pre-show and intermission. Soooo, that's how I got into the early rock-n-roll music again.

    Oops, did I say again? :blush:

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  • PFFlyer@EdmundsPFFlyer@Edmunds Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 5,808
    My 14 year old has discovered vintage Weird Al :P

    She wants to be SURE that I've heard "I lost on Jeopardy!"

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  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    I pick songs that the kids also like, so I have Dragostea Din Tei on my play list, too.

    I think that song was on the Chicken Little soundtrack. But wasn't it made famous earlier by some web video that circulated?

    Kids Love that song by Crazy Frog, too. That one that is a remix of Axle F from Beverly Hills Cop.
  • Karen@EdmundsKaren@Edmunds Posts: 5,024
    Yes, there was a video circulating of a young guy lip-syncing the song. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Numa_Numa

    There's a Wiki for everything these days! :surprise:

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  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    That was it, thanks. I only remember the original video faintly.

    Funny how the pop legend becomes greater than the thing itself.
  • Kirstie@EdmundsKirstie@Edmunds Posts: 10,676
    Corrs (i never really loved you anyway)
    Wreckers (leave the pieces)
    Eels (it's a beautiful day)
    Juliana Theory (top of the world)
    Lightning Seeds (life of riley)
    Simon & Garfunkel (america)
    Van Morrison (crazy love)
    Procol Harem (whiter shade of pale)
    Johnny Marr & the Healers (down on the corner)
    Dandy Warhols (bohemian like you)
    OAR (love & memories)
    Black Crows (hard to handle)
    Utah Saints (something good - kate bush remix)
    Elvis (conversation)
    Jackson 5 (i want you back)
    Breeders (cannonball)
    Billy Joel (and so it goes)
    Genesis (firth of fifth)

    Off the top of my head... not a complete selection.

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  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,906
    Okay... most of these are my son's stuff.. since he has an iPod, and I don't.. but, I'm taking credit..

    Pink Floyd (Wish you were here) forgot how great this album is/was.

    Roy Buchanan (unreal guitar playing.. pretty crappy blues performer.. I remembered the singing as being better)

    Allison Krauss (okay.. all mine.. the kid hates Bluegrass)

    Peter Frampton (local resident.. We saw him at the BMW dealer.. so, I turned the kid onto his stuff... great instrumental guitar.. sorry for the car reference..lol)

    The Who: Live at Leeds (he found this on his own at iTunes... My Generation is my all-time favorite song.. and the live version is great)

    that's all for now.. ;)

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  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Frampton's version of "Oh Baby I Love Your Way" is one of the best songs ever.
  • PFFlyer@EdmundsPFFlyer@Edmunds Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 5,808
    If you're any kind of Beatles fan at all and haven't listened to the Love CD yet, go get a copy. A collaboration of Cirque du Soleil and the Beatles, masterminded by George Martin and his son Giles.

    Listening as I type... Sun King played backwards as a seamless lead-in to Something. Being For The Benefit of Mr. Kite transitioning to I Want You (She's So Heavy) sprinkled with Helter Skelter

    It's amazing how much of the music fits together. All original tracks shuffled around and stirred together into something pretty special. Stirs a lot of emotions in me since I've been listening to this stuff ever since the Beatles hit the charts and I'm intimately familiar with the music.

    George Martin IS a genius :shades:

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  • jlbljlbl Posts: 1,333
    I fully agree with you. George Martin & Son have reinvented the Beatles, together with the Cirque du Soleil! Precious. What do you think about this mixing of Strawberry Fields For Ever?

    Jose
  • PFFlyer@EdmundsPFFlyer@Edmunds Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 5,808
    I think the mixing onjust about everything is incredible. If you listen carefully, there are an awful lot of bits of music thrown in here and therethat just fit each other like a glove. Tonight in the car my 14 year old asked if the Beatles had planned this on purpose. :shades:

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