What/who are you listening to these days?

Discussion in 'rec.music.percussion' started by Da Parrot-chick, Aug 29, 2003.

  1. To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see what's in
    your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or what have you.

    For me:

    Wayne Shorter: "Footprints Live" with Brian Blade
    Jaco Pastorius: "Punk Jazz"
    Andy Narell: "Down De Road"
    Missy Elliott: "Work It" (just try playing that drum line)
    Allan Holdsworth: "Atavacron"
    Ernie Isley: "High Wire"
  2. Jeff Beck "Jeff"
    Kenny Loggins "It's About Time"
    Michel Camilo ":Live At the Blue Note"
    Peter Frampton "Now"
    STYX "Cyclorama"
    Shem "Son Of Arthur"

    "Da Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me> wrote in message
    news:6gR3b.1053$tw6.117@newsread4.news.pas.earthlink.net...
    > To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see what's

    in
    > your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or what have you.
    >
    > For me:
    >
    > Wayne Shorter: "Footprints Live" with Brian Blade
    > Jaco Pastorius: "Punk Jazz"
    > Andy Narell: "Down De Road"
    > Missy Elliott: "Work It" (just try playing that drum line)
    > Allan Holdsworth: "Atavacron"
    > Ernie Isley: "High Wire"
    >
    >
  3. TJ Hertz

    TJ Hertz Guest

    Da Parrot-chick wrote:
    > To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see
    > what's in your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or
    > what have you.
    >
    > For me:
    >
    > Wayne Shorter: "Footprints Live" with Brian Blade
    > Jaco Pastorius: "Punk Jazz"
    > Andy Narell: "Down De Road"
    > Missy Elliott: "Work It" (just try playing that drum line)
    > Allan Holdsworth: "Atavacron"
    > Ernie Isley: "High Wire"


    I've been into more alt rock lately, with a few exceptions. I'm catching up
    on years spent listening to fusion, AOR and sheeny emo rock shite...

    Jeff Buckley - Grace
    Pixies - Surfer Rosa, Doolittle
    Nirvana - various
    Pumpkins - various
    (Radiohead - I'm always listening to Radiohead, so I won't go into detail)
    Damien Rice - various
    Placebo - Black Market Music
    Bjork - Various
    Autechre - Various (Dael is great though, and Rae. Any recommendations on
    similar tracks? I'm liking this... BTW Ethan, checked out some Four Tet....I
    dunno. I think if I'm listening to electronica it's gotta go the whole hog
    rather than more organic DJ Shadowy stuff. Boards of Canada is still on my
    list)
    Chilis - BSSM
    Interpol - Turn on the bright lights

    --
    TJ Hertz
    http://www.whatyourenot.com
  4. Forgot to mention........

    Warren Zevon "The Wind"
    "TJ Hertz" <tjhertz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Da Parrot-chick wrote:
    > > To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see
    > > what's in your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or
    > > what have you.
    > >
    > > For me:
    > >
    > > Wayne Shorter: "Footprints Live" with Brian Blade
    > > Jaco Pastorius: "Punk Jazz"
    > > Andy Narell: "Down De Road"
    > > Missy Elliott: "Work It" (just try playing that drum line)
    > > Allan Holdsworth: "Atavacron"
    > > Ernie Isley: "High Wire"

    >
    > I've been into more alt rock lately, with a few exceptions. I'm catching

    up
    > on years spent listening to fusion, AOR and sheeny emo rock shite...
    >
    > Jeff Buckley - Grace
    > Pixies - Surfer Rosa, Doolittle
    > Nirvana - various
    > Pumpkins - various
    > (Radiohead - I'm always listening to Radiohead, so I won't go into detail)
    > Damien Rice - various
    > Placebo - Black Market Music
    > Bjork - Various
    > Autechre - Various (Dael is great though, and Rae. Any recommendations on
    > similar tracks? I'm liking this... BTW Ethan, checked out some Four

    Tet....I
    > dunno. I think if I'm listening to electronica it's gotta go the whole hog
    > rather than more organic DJ Shadowy stuff. Boards of Canada is still on my
    > list)
    > Chilis - BSSM
    > Interpol - Turn on the bright lights
    >
    > --
    > TJ Hertz
    > http://www.whatyourenot.com
    >
    >
  5. nick amoroso

    nick amoroso Guest

    brand new - deja etendu
    eve 6 - it's all in your head
    styx - cyclorama
    interpol - turn on the bright lights
    alien ant farm - truANT
    cure - various
    shane mills - rough mixes
    alkaline trio - good mourning
    minutemen - various
    rollins band - various
    hot hot heat - make up the breakdown

    peace,
    :nick amoroso:
    professional drums and instruction
    proud endorser of silver fox drumsticks
    -----
    "punching stuff rules" ~ dan radin
    "click click bloody click pancakes!" ~ stewie
  6. joem

    joem Guest

    nick amoroso wanted everyone in rec.music.makers.percussion to know that
    > interpol - turn on the bright lights


    yay!

    > cure - various


    yay!

    > minutemen - various


    yay! (incidentally, I got the chance to see Mike Watt with J Mascis (and
    the Fog) a few years back. "fuckin' A" is all I can say!)

    --
    Joe.

    "you're an electronic girl...i'm a rock guy...i don't think we have a
    chance." - storm&stress
  7. joem

    joem Guest

    TJ Hertz wanted everyone in rec.music.makers.percussion to know that
    > Autechre - Various (Dael is great though, and Rae. Any recommendations on
    > similar tracks? I'm liking this...


    Which record are those on? I'm still recommending you get LP5 as well
    as the first BOC record below (you won't be sorry).

    Cex "role model" (currently playing)
    All Tomorrow's Parties 3.0 compilation (especially the Bola track)
    Autechre "Draft 7.30" and "EP7"
    Boards of Canada "Music has the Right to Children" and "Geogaddi"
    Marumari (live set)
    James Brown "40th Anniversary Collection"
    Turing Machine "A New Machine for Living"
    The Sea and Cake (live set)
    Karate (1st LP) and first couple 7"s
    Squarepusher "Burningn'n Tree"

    --
    Joe.

    "you're an electronic girl...i'm a rock guy...i don't think we have a
    chance." - storm&stress
  8. -sTu-

    -sTu- Guest

    Day of the New (III) - I love this band. I can not recommend them enough.
    Saliva - Rest in pieces and Click Click Boom
    POD - Various
    Gordon Lightfoot - Various
    Chris Isaac (sp?) - various
    3 Doors Down (Away From The Sun) - I have been addicted to this album for
    months now.
    System of a Down - Various
    Phil Collins - Best of

    --
    -sTu-

    ....and I'll never go to Sacramento again.
    - Nick (Soulbelly) of RMMP

    "Da Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me> wrote in message
    news:6gR3b.1053$tw6.117@newsread4.news.pas.earthlink.net...
    > To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see what's

    in
    > your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or what have you.
    >
    > For me:
    >
    > Wayne Shorter: "Footprints Live" with Brian Blade
    > Jaco Pastorius: "Punk Jazz"
    > Andy Narell: "Down De Road"
    > Missy Elliott: "Work It" (just try playing that drum line)
    > Allan Holdsworth: "Atavacron"
    > Ernie Isley: "High Wire"
    >
    >
  9. Dan Radin

    Dan Radin Guest

    Something Corporate - Leaving Through the Window
    G. Love & Special Sauce - Various
    Incubus - SCIENCE
    Mahavishnu Orchestra - Inner Mounting Flame
    John Scofield - Up All Night
    Stone Temple Pilots - Tiny Music
    Evanescence - Fallen
    Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane
    311 - Evolver
    Beatles - White Album

    --
    dan radin, drumplayer
  10. The Bad Plus and Culture Club. I've been trying to come up with tunes for
    herbie hancock's call for musicians to bring new standard songs to the
    repertoire.

    --
    George Lawrence
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    1351 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road #21
    Copley, Ohio 44321
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    330 670 0800
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    buy each of his children a drum."
    -Chinese proverb




    "-sTu-" <kthalstu@covad.net> wrote in message
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    > Day of the New (III) - I love this band. I can not recommend them enough.
    > Saliva - Rest in pieces and Click Click Boom
    > POD - Various
    > Gordon Lightfoot - Various
    > Chris Isaac (sp?) - various
    > 3 Doors Down (Away From The Sun) - I have been addicted to this album for
    > months now.
    > System of a Down - Various
    > Phil Collins - Best of
    >
    > --
    > -sTu-
    >
    > ...and I'll never go to Sacramento again.
    > - Nick (Soulbelly) of RMMP
    >
    > "Da Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me> wrote in message
    > news:6gR3b.1053$tw6.117@newsread4.news.pas.earthlink.net...
    > > To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see

    what's
    > in
    > > your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or what have

    you.
    > >
    > > For me:
    > >
    > > Wayne Shorter: "Footprints Live" with Brian Blade
    > > Jaco Pastorius: "Punk Jazz"
    > > Andy Narell: "Down De Road"
    > > Missy Elliott: "Work It" (just try playing that drum line)
    > > Allan Holdsworth: "Atavacron"
    > > Ernie Isley: "High Wire"
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
  11. Michael Fell

    Michael Fell Guest

    I am in rock mode right now. Just got out of my jazz mode. Was in a
    fusion mode a month or two ago.

    The Galactic Cowboys - "Space in your face" and "At the end of the
    day"

    Kings X -Tape head , Out of a silent planet, and Ear candy

    Genesis - Wind and wuthering

    Mike



    On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 23:23:46 GMT, "Da Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me>
    wrote:

    >To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see what's in
    >your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or what have you.
    >
    >For me:
    >
    >Wayne Shorter: "Footprints Live" with Brian Blade
    >Jaco Pastorius: "Punk Jazz"
    >Andy Narell: "Down De Road"
    >Missy Elliott: "Work It" (just try playing that drum line)
    >Allan Holdsworth: "Atavacron"
    >Ernie Isley: "High Wire"
    >
  12. Relax and Specially Blended - 'Live @ Panama (Amsterdam)' (Dutch HipHop
    band a la "The Roots")
    I totally dig these guys. http://www.relax-hiphop.com

    John Scofield - Up All Night
    Tower of Power - Oakland Zone
    The Guru - Jazzmatazz
    Herbie Hancock - Thrust
    Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

    CM
  13. creux

    creux Guest

    colleen sexton - greatest find (-----------> see below)

    the be good tanyas - chinatown ( ---------> you americanos!!! i hope that
    some of you are not so busy conquering the rest of the world that you have
    time to find out
    what great folk tunes are written in todays usa - allthough im not sure if
    ms. sexton is from canada...)

    nussbaum, smidl, ougaard - trio klezmer (-------> this was one of the
    suggested groups by a few klezmer musicians i had a privilege to play with
    app. a year ago)

    gjallarhorn - grimborg (---> great fennoscandic pseudo-neo-folk ;) )

    king crimson - island
    genesis - trespass (---> gold from the past...)

    johnny cash - the man in black (--->now this dude could teach mr. bush some
    real-life christian ethics...)

    john coltrane - dakar
    john coltrane - crescent (---> allways keep some trane on yer player)
    ....
    but mostly whats on our home cd and what i hear most of the time
    are 2 bob-the-builder cd's, 3 winnie-the-poohs and some
    not-so-internationally-known childrens cd's & tapes :( kinda interesting
    for the 1-5 first times but after the 11th week of continuous
    bob-the-builder theme song you kinda get fed up (but i can allways sneak my
    way to the carage when i hear the "snap-snap-snap BOB THE BUILDER..."
  14. In article <6gR3b.1053$tw6.117@newsread4.news.pas.earthlink.net>, "Da
    Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me> wrote:

    > To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see what's
    > in
    > your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or what have you.


    I just got a new truck, so I finally have a real CD player in the car.

    Paul Simon: One Trick Pony
    Millenium Masters Series: Roy Ayers
    Steely Dan: Pretzel Logic
    A Brazilian Sampler I picked up at Starbucks, of all places. Os
    Mutantes, Vinicus Cantuaria, Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto, Gilberto Gil,
    etc.

    --
    Mell D. Csicsila
    email: mcsicsil (AT) kent (DOT) edu
    web: http://home.sprintmail.com/~mdcsicsila
  15. Jay Epstein

    Jay Epstein Guest

    1st of all, original tunes with which I'm in the woodshed for
    different bands or projects

    2nd, some obscure jazz compositions for bands I'm in:
    Conception (Shearing) versions: Bud Powell, Kurt Rosenwinkle, Jarrett.
    A Japanese Waltz (Corea) Gary Burton version w/ P.Erskine: dr.
    Soul Cowboy (Metheny) off Trio 99>00 w/ B.Stewart: dr.
    Foolish Door (Abercrombie) - George Mraz version w/ B. Hart: dr.
    Madegascar (Beirach) - Peter Donald: dr.

    3rd, for pleasure/inspiration:
    John Surman's 'Adventure Playground' (Tony Oxley dr.)
    Scriabin's 'Symphony #1 & #2' (USSR cats from 1963)
    Chris Potter's 'Traveling Mercies', Bill Stewart: dr.
    Different Drums Of Ireland - Paul Marshall, set & djembe
    Directions In Music (bootleg) - Willie Jones III: dr.
    Several live Basies - Sonny Payne: dr.
    Jim Black (dr) 'Alasnoaxis'
    'The Art Of Chet Baker' - Lawrence Marable: dr
    Phil Hendrie (comedy) radio show compilations.

    Jay
  16. TJ Hertz

    TJ Hertz Guest

    joem wrote:
    > TJ Hertz wanted everyone in rec.music.makers.percussion to know that
    >> Autechre - Various (Dael is great though, and Rae. Any
    >> recommendations on similar tracks? I'm liking this...

    >
    > Which record are those on? I'm still recommending you get LP5 as well
    > as the first BOC record below (you won't be sorry).
    >


    Tri Repetae I *think*.... it's on my hitlist, at any rate. Dael reminds me
    of Pulk/Pull without the vocorder, and sounding generally a bit more evil.
    Love it.

    --
    TJ Hertz
    http://www.whatyourenot.com
  17. TJ Hertz

    TJ Hertz Guest

    > Saliva - Rest in pieces and Click Click Boom

    Eww

    > POD - Various


    Eww

    > System of a Down - Various


    Yayyyy

    > Phil Collins - Best of
    >


    meh

    :)

    --
    TJ Hertz
    http://www.whatyourenot.com
  18. "joem" <jmelnyk@REMOVE_THIS_PARTcs.kent.edu> skrev i melding
    news:slrnbkvup2.cmc.jmelnyk@localhost.localdomain...

    > Which record are those on? I'm still recommending you get LP5 as well


    rae are track number three on lp5. dunno bout the others.

    my list:

    loads of live björk stuff from the vepsertine tour.

    autechre - lp5 - so inspiring to listen to from a drummers perspective

    supersilent - 6 - norwegian freebag elektronika. one guy playing keys, a
    drummer, a trumpet player and a guy who calls himself deathprod on
    "audiovirus". really
    beautiful and evolving music.

    jaga jazzist - the stix - saw them two nights ago and it was überfantastic.
    all that energy.

    atomic - boom boom - norwegian/swedish accoustic jazz band. brilliant modern
    and challenging, but still so deeply roted in the past. they acctually play
    a lovely collective improvisation over radioheads pyramid song.
    heartwrenchin stuff.

    ken vandermark/paal nilssen-love - dual pleasure - just plain inspiring to
    hear how absorbed they are by their music. free improv.

    whiskeytown - pneumonia - ethan johns is my new favourite american drummer.
    tasty!

    aphex twin - richard d. james - just plain genius.

    gotta go eat dinner, see yer.

    peace,
    -k
  19. f-mo.

    f-mo. Guest

    "Da Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me> wrote in message
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    > To get us away from religion and bad sales clerks, I'd like to see what's

    in
    > your CD player, or car stereo, or .mp3 player, or iPod, or what have you.


    For me (six disc changer in the car) it's currently:

    Critters Buggin' - Host
    Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
    Candiria - 300 Percent Density (AWESOME STUFF!!!)
    311 - Music (One of the best albums of all time)
    Tool - Aenema
    Ani DiFranco - Living in Clip, Disc 1

    On shuffle, just for grins...

    --Jim.

    Jim Feck, Owner
    DrumArt.com
    www.drumart.com
    jim@drumart.com

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  20. f-mo.

    f-mo. Guest

    "creux" <creux@fuckyouifyoumailmethatshit.suomi24.fi> wrote in message
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    > the be good tanyas - chinatown ( ---------> you americanos!!! i hope that
    > some of you are not so busy conquering the rest of the world that you have
    > time to find out
    > what great folk tunes are written in todays usa - allthough im not sure if
    > ms. sexton is from canada...)


    I'll second that! The Be Good Tanyas do kick ass, even if they are from
    America Lite (Canada). ;)

    (It's a joke...)

    --Jim.

    Jim Feck, Owner
    DrumArt.com
    www.drumart.com
    jim@drumart.com

    DrumArt.com - You make a statement with your music, now make one with your
    kick drum!

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