Discussion in 'Movie/TV/Media discussion' started by ripv2, Jan 6, 2017.
I love well written sad songs, so Lucero rarely leaves my turntable.
I was listening to this while cooking dinner
Youre talking my language with Lucero!
Ben Nicols is great
This popped up on my itunes, dont listen to a lot of mid-90s 'alternative' anymore, but this is still a very enjoyable song to me
Any time you can work Belgium made Browning into a line you know you have a hit.
200 year old music, like me.
Beethoven's 9th Symphony
Red hair and black leather, my favorite color scheme
Although I think Live did right by this song... There's a haunting quality to Ed Kowalczyk's voice that really adds to what Cash created.
I really like that entire new album.
It was a really good album. I'd like to have heard a few more new songs, but they did a great job reworking Easton and Main. And their cover of the Old 97's Doreen was excellent as well!
Bach's Cello Suites
This is my favorite interpretation.
Currently, I'm listening to the soft sizzling sound of my hopes and dreams fading away to nothingness! Sounds a lot like bacon frying, actually...
The music of various frequencies from electric motors, purge air blowers, fluidizing air blowers, ash transfer pumps, hydraulic drive packs etc.
It's a lot of fun to sit outside this building in your car and tune in every frequency with an AM radio.
I'm listening to something a little more lively than some of these posts:
Of course, it'd be a lot more exciting if the video would post instead of the video link...
98.1 classic country.
I picked up a used mint George Jones the race is on LP today for $1. I was pretty excited about that, it's hard to beat the Possum.
About five years ago I stumbled across a cd in a goodwill store by a band called Third Day. I've been collecting their albums since then. That's all that I listen to.
Trump's Press conference today.
Music to my ears.
I checked them and realized we've sung a couple of their songs at our church's early morning service before. Good stuff.
I grew up listening to a lot of.classic rock. I never could get into Christian music not until I found Third Day. After a hard day at work the drive home is better when I can crank it up "rocking on The Rock."
I've been spinning the boys from Raleigh waiting on the Hornets game to start.
Been on an UNEARTH kick lately
Farewell Ringling Bros.
That could be my favorite song to hear/see Isbell do live. Good stuff!
My favorite CK song....and that's a big order
Currently, I'm listening to my generator run it's weekly exercise, and two coons fighting over some nuts I just threw out. Lol.
Steve Earl " galway girl"
I keep waiting for new music from Chris but per his last interview it doesn't seem like its going to happen anytime soon. I think In The Mean Time is my favorite off Little Victories, but they're all so good.
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