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Discussion in 'Off Topic/Social' started by the_happiness_store, Feb 6, 2011.
World Gone Global - The Dead Trees
Busy little day around here. I'll catch up after I let you know where I stand on the Beatles/Stones - though both are good.
Across the Universe - The Beatles
AA I did listen to they Hypocrisy tune above - have to catch up with others. I may not "like" all of your songs but please keep posting. We certainly need some fresh songs here and it's very good to have it.
Agreed ths. Always good to have a new vibe in here.
The Mighty Rebel - Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
I agree with both of you. Welcome AA. While I do not consider myself a metal lover, I think my mind is open and I love new tunes. Who can listen to Maria Muldaur forever?
Parallel Universe - Red Hot Chili Peppers
PS Anyone jonesing for some Jerry Jeff or Van?
Yes. Or Townes. Or Prine.
Having said that though...
Fourth of July - Galaxie 500
You know me too well. How about a little Zevon? Our great intersection.
They Moved the Moon - Warren Zevon
Kiko and the Lavender Moon - Los Lobos
You Should Have Seen Me Running - New Riders of the Purple Sage
Always a great choice OB. And I love the phrase "great intersection". Perfect description.
And now this one goes out to our newest member, AA.
If You Run - You Me at Six
Bird on a Wire - Leonard Cohen 1970
Like a fine whiskey, improving with age.
Matt, I think YOU made it up. Or maybe it was some guy named Ade on some parallel bizarrro universe IBB.
I was searching for a particular song about flying and couldn't find it. In the process I stumbled across the following song which I liked.
Shoofly Pie - The Wood Brothers
I so prefer the 2008 version, found the 1970 version to be pretentious, I'll take the fine whiskey please
Concur 100% and I could have done without the narrative intro too.
Pigs (Three Different Ones) - Pink Floyd
Oh by the way, which one's Pink?
but when you're an addict
Like the Pink , not so sure about the addict and this band got mixed reviews over on the other side.
Drunken Lullabies - Flogging Molly
Hungarian Dance No. 5 - Johannes Brahms
The Moldau (Vltava) - Bedrich Smetana - City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
Gonna be here in a couple weeks. Looking forward to it.
@ OB one, let us know how Prague was, high on my list but never have been.
Smetana's reputation as the founding father of Czech music has endured in his native country, where advocates have raised his status above that of his contemporaries and successors. However, relatively few of Smetana's works are in the international repertory, and most foreign commentators tend to regard Antonín Dvořák as a more significant Czech composer
Antonin Dvořák - Slavonic Dances - featuring Yo Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman
Willie, will do - has been on my list for a number of years. Loved Vienna even with all the fake Mozarts running around. Took in perhaps 4 classical concerts there in less than a week, so I am hoping for concerts/opera while in Prague. Bratislava is on the itinerary too so here is some Slovakian music
Mannheim Sinfonia in G Major - Johann Stamitz - Slovak Chamber Orchestra
Yeah, with the New World Symphony leading the charge worldwide but Ma Vlast gets Smetana hometown props. Saw Yo Yo Ma a couple times. iirc, one time he played Dvorak's Cello Concerto, but it is hard to remember. I know I have heard that concerto and know that I have seen Yo Yo Ma, most recently at Saratoga, but together , , ,