Music Question

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  1. hogger129

    hogger129 Active Member

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    What's your favorite artists and/or songs to listen to when you're just kickin back, or having a drink, or just in general? Idk me... I like to listen to some Rolling Stones or Stevie Ray Vaughan. I miss going to the bar and listening to good blues music. At all these bars my friends go to, all they listen to is this pop music/electronic/rap stuff.
  2. Slabsides

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    SRV, Allman Brothers, CSN&Y, Niel Young, Clapton when I'm just relaxing. Step it up a bit with Joe Satriani, John Petrucci, Eric Johnson.....or really step it up with some Rob Zombie, Amon Amarth, Volbeat, Slayer and Sepultura (old Sepultura) and too many others to list.:cool:
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    Usually any good ole southern rock will do.
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    Instrumental movie soundtracks. I have many.
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    They play that garbage at the gym I attend. Absolute garbage. Especially the Black stuff. If the KKK had done to Black musical culture what they have done to themselves there would be world wide outrage. Black jazz, blues, gospel, all but extinct, replaced by rap.

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    I'll listen to just about anything that is musical and authentic, jazz, blues, gospel, country, Celtic but my love is Romantic music which describes music originating mainly in Europe from about 1815 to 1910. Examples are:
    Camille Saint-Saëns: Danse Macabre
    Antonín Dvořák: Carnival Overture
    Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade
    Ottorino Respighi: Fountains of Rome
    Sergei Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet Suite for Orchestra

    The only "classical" music being composed today worth a damn is movie scores. Give some examples we can listen to graehaven.
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  6. Marlin

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    Mozart, Haydn, Händel and Beethoven. :)

    I prefer Concertos and Symphonies.
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    I listen to that electronic stuff.
    Been a house/techno/trance fan for many years.

    Only problem is that most of their songs are over an hour long, so you need to dedicate a lot of time just to listen to music.
  8. graehaven

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    The two latest Batman soundtracks, the Lord of the Rings trilogy tracks, the Independence Day soundtrack (phenomenal), love the Silverado soundtrack (outstanding theme), the movie Stargate is a great one too, just picked up the latest Transformers and GI Joe movies soundtracks - both pretty good; the Spiderman movie soundtracks.

    I have many others, those are just what I have in iTunes on my laptop at the moment.
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    As for actual examples, i can't really upload any for legal reasons. :eek::D

    But, one can search them out on iTunes, Amazon, or Rhapsody (i think) to hear tracks.
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    Sinatra, Bennett, Martin, Peggy Lee, Big band swing and jazz fromda 40's&50's:cool:
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    Guitar rock, since I'm a guitarist. Players like Eddie Van Halen, Joe Satriani, Johnny Hiland, Gary More, Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Pete Townsend, Vernon Reid and Steve Vai.

    When I'm not listening to that stuff, 80's music, classical or any pop tune that's good quality and clever.
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    Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray, Johny Lang, It got to be blues and blues rock.
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    All of the above, plus,
    BB KING, Bobby Bland, Roy Buchanan, Johnny Winter

    Bluegrass (especially good pickin'), Del McCoury, Cherry Holmes, Waylon, Merle, George, John Anderson, Cash.
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    The Blues. Mississipi John Hurt, Buddy Guy, Dinah Washinton, John Lee Hooker, Junior Wells, Lead Belly, to list a few. No one artist is my favorite as they all have their place.
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    You should look up some of Bucketheads stuff. His song Soothsayer helps me sleep at night.
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