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6 Oct 2012, 21:19 de KalissaJambalaya - American Cookbook #15
@Indie-go! pub Brod,
Stanley Brinks and The Kaniks – All In Fun
Stone Jack Jones – State
Samantha Savage Smith – Devilman
Chriss Sutherland – Without Much Time
Crooked Fingers – Here Come The Snakes
Hezekiah Jones – Borrowed Heart
The Middle East – Jesus Came to My Birthday Party
Cam Penner – Throw Your Hands Up
Melaena Cadiz – Clay Pigeons
Shearwater – Animal Life
Mount Moriah – Lament
Sera Cahoone – Naked
Matt Butcher – Four Seasons Hotel
Sean Rowe – Downwind
Harlan T. Bobo – Left Your Door Unlocked
Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward – I'm Never Getting Married
My Morning Jacket – Holdin on to Black Metal
John Paul Keith & the One Four Fives – If I Were You
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band – Easy Come Easy Go
Scott H. Biram – I Want My Mojo Back
13ghosts – I Was Happy
Amanda Shires – Detroit or Buffalo
Lucero – When I Was Young
Heartless Bastards – Skin and Bone
Herman Düne – Lay Your Head On My Chest
15 Ago 2011, 4:20 de lalalalexisSitting here listening; here I have so many thoughts and I don't want them to stray away to be lost forever. Why not type them out- I've fallen into another phase of reminiscing, but this time it's not nostalgic, maddening, or similar. I can finally look at a selection of tracks and label them as a symbol of growth, learning, and love for different things. I love that I can listen and not regret, but instead match the sound with anticipation instead of yearning. Even as time goes by, this sound has magically been able to change with me instead of being permanently branded with heartache. I wonder if other people have music that they refer to as 'theirs' (not pertaining to ownership, but rather implying a soundtrack to their life). I have 'my' music, the stuff that has stories synonymous to the lyrics. It's unknown where to begin to explain the meaning, luckily this particular music can serve as a tool to put together bits and pieces that make up the past, present, and future. …
22 Jun 2011, 23:57 de santicasukhaI'm feeling rather distraught that I apparently listen almost exclusively to music with female vocalists (as my "tag cloud" has made impossible to ignore any further!). The truth is I happen to be especially fond of a nice, intriguing voice, and I have found more of the types of voices and of music that suits my taste amongst the female gender.
Here's a short list of male vocalists that I really enjoy, so if you think you know something I might enjoy based on this selection, please do recommend it!
Fink - this could very well be my absolute favorite male vocalist.
Glen Hansard, either with The Frames or with The Swell Season
José González, alone or with Zero 7
Lokua Kanza, including his work with Gerald Toto/Lokua Kanza/Richard Bona
City and Colour
Jack White, while less my style in terms of music, his voice makes it a winner for me either in The White Stripes or The Raconteurs
5 Ene 2011, 22:30 de spokoFirst, a few honorable mentions....
April Smith and The Great Picture Show—Songs for a Sinking Ship
Fun, if a bit shallow.
Carolina Chocolate Drops—Genuine Negro Jig
Title track is one of the year's best.
"Snowden's Jig (Genuine Negro Jig)"
Deer Tick—The Black Dirt Sessions
Would love to hear them cover "Please Don't Judas Me".
"Choir of Angels"
Eilen Jewell—Butcher Holler
No one does a better Loretta Lynn cover.
"A Man I Hardly Know - Feat. Eilen Jewell"
jj—jj n° 3
23 Jun 2010, 9:58 de kirillkosarevSE (1 album, 15 tracks)
SE: SA (1 single, 6 tracks)
Se: Sa Featuring Sharon Phillips (2 singles, 22 tracks)
Se: Side (1 single, 4 tracks)
SE7 (1 track)
Se7ev (1 album, 36 tracks)
Sea And Cake
Sea Bee Le Spokes "h" (2 tracks)
Sea Chanters Chorus (5 tracks)
Sea Lo (1 album, 7 tracks)
Sea New Edition
Sea Of Dreams (1 album, 8 tracks)
Sea of Green (1 album, 1 single, 18 tracks)
sea of jones (1 album, 13 tracks)
sea of sin (1 album, 12 tracks)
Sea Of Treachery (1 album, 24 tracks)
The Sea Urchins (1 album, 11 tracks)
SEA WEED (1 album, 12 tracks)
Sea Wolf 3 albums, 26 tracks)
The Sea (2 singles, 4 tracks)
Sea - Ders (1 track)
Seabird (1 album, 2 singles, 34 tracks)
Seabound (1 album, 12 tracks)
Seafood (1 track)
Seagull Strange (2 albums, 3 singles, 35 tracks)
The Seahorses (rock) (1 album, 11 tracks)
18 May 2010, 21:15 de PiratelovahHow Varied Is Your Music Taste?
First, make a list of your top-20 artists overall (I skipped over Hans Zimmer cause he's not really a band). Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, count up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.
I went ahead an omitted any repeats
3.Dave Matthews Band
9.The White Stripes
10.Fall Out Boy
11.Death Cab for Cutie
20.Thousand Foot Krutch
Built to Spill
10 Nov 2009, 9:29 de grahamharbison
7 Nov 2008, 18:07 de dloosbrockI’ve been listening to quite a bit of new music these days. There are so many inspiring songwriters and musicians out there. Because I love music and I know that you do too, I thought I should share my latest obsessions with you.... with the hope that you might discover someone new, taking a liking to their stuff and maybe send a little love their way.
Would love to hear your feedback.
Here it is... my October playlist, which I like to call MELLOWdeeees.
Working on a November playlist now...
1::: All For Love ~*~ Sean Hayes
2::: Beg Your Pardon ~*~ Josh Pyke
3::: Today ~*~ Joshua Radin (aka ellen’s wedding song)
4::: Listen To Your Heartbeat ~*~ Ford Turrell
5::: Chicago (acoustic version) ~*~ Sufjan Stevens
6::: Bishop Allen Drive ~*~ Bishop Allen
7::: Travel ~*~ Thao
8::: Turn Out The Light ~*~ The New Amsterdams
9::: Leave Your Mark ~*~ Jessie Baylin
10::: melt away ~*~ Maggi, Pierce & EJ
11::: Pink Bullets ~*~ The Shins
6 Abr 2008, 4:03 de star_struck_one