What/who are you listening to these days?

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

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Da Parrot-chick wrote in message <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"


    Transatlantic - "Bridge Across Forever" and "SMPTe"
    Dream Theater - well... all their albums, really :O)
    Glenn Miller - "In The Mood: The Very Best of Glenn Miller"
    The Eels - "Beautiful Freak"
    Ocean Colour Scene - "Marchin' Already" and "One From The Modern"
    Motorhead - "Overnight Sensation"
    Rush - "Different Stages" and "Moving Pictures"
    Radiohead - "OK Computer"
    Joe Satriani - "Time Machine" and "The Extremist"
    Jan Cyrka - "In Search Of Common Ground"
    Jean Michel Jarre - "Oxygene"

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  2. "creux" <creux@fuckyouifyoumailmethatshit.suomi24.fi> skrev i melding
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    > "a little bit on the left- ensemble" - spelled in some north korean

    dialect?
    > any korean shriners here who might wanna help us translate this???


    just the right name. indeed. let`s use the enemy and head over to
    altavista`s babel fish. *heading over*. the result was this:'
    ? ??? ??? ?? ??
    but how do you pronounce it?

    it was korean and not north-korean, though :/

    regards,
    -k
  3. J.R.

    J.R. 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:
    >
    > 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"


    For me:

    On the disc/DVD changer:

    Puddle of Mudd (Come Clean)
    Blink 182 (Take Off Your Pants and Jacket)
    Sum 41 (Half Hour of Power)
    Creed (Human Clay)
    Eve 6 (Horrorscope)

    In the Discman:
    The latest NOW volume

    Beside the Discman:
    Linkin Park (Hybrid theory)
    3 of the latest NOW! volumes
    Blink 182 (Enema of the State)
    3 Doors Down - The Better Life

    The ones laying by the Discman are usually the ones I have played last and
    rotate playing between till I can have a day to myself. I have to play
    wearing a Discman because Mom/Dad say that my drums are noisy enough.

    Interesting you have a rap CD - I have tried to play to Eminem and Immature
    before, but to me playing to rap just doesn't do a lot for me. I guess a
    lot of the manufactured "beats" make it hard. Anyone have good experiences
    with rap?

    JR
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    Alkaline Trio -- Good Mourning, good CD, go buy it.
  5. Michael Fell

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    >> Check out the band Touch. They had one album from 1968, and
    >> it is very cool. Hendrix dug it.

    >
    >Thanks for the tip. This is a band I never heard of.


    This could very well be OOP. If so let me know and I will email it to
    you. Believe it or not the leader of this band was the keyboard
    player for the Kingsman. Don't let that make you think these guys
    stink. This is a great album and they were very ahead of their time.
    Hendrix was in the studio with them as they were recording this. He
    found out from somebody that some band is laying down some heavy
    tracks so Jimi went and checked it out .I just love the Keyboard
    sounds on this album and the Piano sounds awesome.

    Also, have you checked out the group "Aorta"? That's another obscure
    60s band. I like them as well.

    Mike
  6. Funkyboy

    Funkyboy Guest

    Stanton Moore - All kooked out
    Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Various
    RATM- Various
    John Scofield - Up all night
    Ojos de Brujo
    Antibalas Afrobeat Orchesta - Various
    Los straitjackets - various

    -=Funkyboy=-

    "Da Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me> escribió en el mensaje
    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"
    >
    >
  7. > Michael Fell commented when:
    >
    > > Todd Tamanend Clark wrote:
    > >
    > > After an approximately four year period where I was intensely
    > > into an avant-garde instrumental jazz phase, I've had a strong
    > > desire all summer for 1960s American psychedelic music with
    > > vocals, and these albums on Rhino have come in very handy:
    > >
    > > Anthology (Johnny Rivers)
    > > Anthology (The Lovin' Spoonful)
    > > Anthology (The Rascals)
    > > Anthology (Tommy James And The Shondells)
    > > Dark Sides: The Best Of (The Shadows Of Knight)
    > > Electromagnetic Steamboat (The Fugs)
    > > Inner Views (Sonny Bono)
    > > Legacy: The Absolute Best (The Doors)
    > > Light And Heavy: The Best Of (Iron Butterfly)
    > > Louder Than God: The Best Of (Blue Cheer)
    > > Love Story (Love)
    > > Morning Glory: The Anthology (Tim Buckley)
    > > Music Box (The Monkees)
    > > Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era
    > > Psychedelic Sundae: The Best Of (Vanilla Fudge)
    > > Sons Of Mercury (Quicksilver Messenger Service)
    > > The Best Of (Chocolate Watch Band)
    > > The Best Of (The Blues Project)
    > > The Best Of (The Standells)
    > > The Big Bang: The Best Of (The MC5)
    > > The Genuine Imitation Life Gazette (The Four Seasons)
    > > The Hit Years (Nancy Sinatra)


    + Twenty Greatest Hits (The Turtles)

    > I was really heavy into psychedelic music from the 1960s a
    > couple of years ago.


    I'm old enough (51) to have actually bought the original vinyl
    while in high school.

    > Check out Frank Zappa's "We're Only In It For The Money".


    Zappa (along with Morrison, Hendrix, and Slick) is one of my
    all-time heroes from the 1960s.

    > Actually check out the version he did were he rerecorded the
    > rhythm section. He dubbed in Chad Wackerman and Athur Barrow
    > respectively. While you are at it, check out the original
    > mix with the original line up. Very weird stuff.


    Already have both versions. (I have every Zappa official release.)

    > Check out the band Touch. They had one album from 1968, and
    > it is very cool. Hendrix dug it.


    Thanks for the tip. This is a band I never heard of.

    > I like alot of The Turtles stuff as well. They have quite a few
    > obscure psychedelic numbers. Get their best of CD


    Already have it. I realized that I forgot to type it on the list
    right after I pushed the post button.

    > The band The Lemon Pipers had some cool bubble gum psychedelic
    > music. Find their greatest hits if you don't have it already.


    Definitely been meaning to do that.

    > Of course I have some Byrds as well. I always liked their sound.
    > "Eight Miles High" is a favorite of mine.


    Mine, too. Great modal electric avant-garde twelve-string guitar.

    > I just love that 60s psychedelic music.


    In addition to the Rhino stuff I listed previously, there's also:

    Absolutely The Best Of (The Thirteenth Floor Elevators)
    Experience Hendrix: The Best Of (Jimi Hendrix)
    Good Vibrations [Box Set] (The Beach Boys)
    Infinite Colors, Infinite Patterns (Kaleidoscope)
    Jefferson Airplane Loves You (Jefferson Airplane)
    Kaleidoscopic Compendium (The Blues Magoos)
    Loaded For Bear: The Best Of (The Amboy Dukes)
    Lost Dreams (The Electric Prunes)
    Peel Slowly And See (The Velvet Underground)
    Strawberries Mean Love (Strawberry Alarm Clock)
    The Legend Of (Paul Revere And The Raiders)
    The Original Singles (The Byrds)
    The Very Best Of (Ultimate Spinach)
    This Is It/Machines (Lothar And The Hand People)
    Time Circle (Spirit)
    Turn On: The Very Best Of (The Music Machine)
    Vintage: The Very Best Of (Moby Grape)

    - - - -
    TODD TAMANEND CLARK
    Poet/Composer/Multi-Instrumentalist/Cultural Historian
    Primal Pulse (Label-Publisher-Studio)
    The Monongahela River, Turtle Island

    - - - -
    Now Available:
    Staff, Mask, Rattle (2-CD: Instrumental, 2002)
    http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ttc2
    Owls In Obsidian (CD: Instrumental, 2000)
    http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ttc

    Forthcoming:
    Monongahela Riverrun (CD: Instrumental, 2003)

    - - - -
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    Their creativity is the most basic manifestation of a man or
    woman fulfilling his or her own being in the world."
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  8. Aaron Draper

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    I hate these threads, because I feel like the musical equivalent of a leper
    in here. But, once again, I will submit to you the 10 CDs that are in my
    car player right now.

    1. Trace Adkins-Greatest Hits
    2. Paul Simon-Graceland
    3. Amy Grant-Heart in Motion (my kids like it, OK?)
    4. AD's Rockers (my hair metal band)
    5. Shakira-Laundry Service
    6. Kansas-Power
    7. Kevin Sharp-Measure of a Man
    8. White Lion-Greatest Hits
    9. Rosanne Cash-Greatest Hits
    10. Poison-Greatest Hits '86-'96

    Time to change them out. I get about a month out of each lineup. Hold the
    mustard.
    :)

    --
    Aaron Draper
    www.baileyscomet.net
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    -Sam Savoca

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