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31 Dic 2012, 11:07 de Lord_Krichian1. Death
death metal, technical death metal, progressive death metal, progressive metal, metal
2. Afghan Whigs
alternative rock, rock, alternative, indie, indie rock
3. James Taylor
folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, classic rock, rock
4. Steeleye Span
folk, folk rock, british folk, celtic, british
progressive rock, australian, alternative rock, rock, metal
rock, alternative, alternative rock, indie, indie rock
7. Uncle Tupelo
alt-country, americana, country, indie, alt country
29 Ago 2010, 20:47 de samueljeronimohttp://i1023.photobucket.com/albums/af359/samueljeronimo_photos/robertwyatt_rockbottom.jpg
- Adriano Correia de Oliveira, Gente de aqui e de agora e outras canções (Orfeu, 1971);
- Agitation Free, 2nd (Vertigo, 1973);
- Aksak Maboul, Un peu de l'ame des bandits (Crammed, 1979);
- Al Di Meola, Elegant gypsy (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Land of the midnight sun (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Casino (Columbia, 1977);
- Al Green, Let's stay together (Hi, 1972);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Tales of mystery and imagination (Mercury, 1975);
- The Alan Parsons Project, I Robot (Arista, 1977);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Pyramid (Arista, 1978);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Idlewild south (Capricorn, 1970);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Eat a peach (Polydor, 1972);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Brothers and sisters (Capricorn, 1973);
- Alusa Fallax, Intorno alla mia cattiva educazione (Mellow, 1974);
- Amazing Blondel, Fantasia lindum (Island, 1971);
29 Jul 2010, 11:45 de radiozillaRoy Montgomery: the last kakapo dreams of flying +++
Nina Nastasia: what's out there +++
Janelle Monae: come alive (war of the roses)
Wganda Kenya: pim pom +++
The Butterfield Blues Band: in my own dream *
Dierks Bentley: bottle to the bottom (w/ kris kristofferson)
Leo Kottke: when shrimps learn to whistle
World Standard: crazy crazy crazy
Nice Nice: see waves +++
Richard Devine: lip, switch
Polar Bear: want to believe everything
Sandy Denny: crazy lady blues *
Steeleye Span: the weaver and the factory maid
Tsui Ping: how often do we have such a bright moon as this?
Juliette Greco: il n'y a plus d'apres
Diamanda Galas: iron lady
Antioquia: my piano ate the front page of the san francisco chronicle
Trentemoller: shades of marble +++
Here We Go Magic: vegetable or native
The Swan Silvertones: what's the matter now
The Flaming Souls: mosquito
The Grasshoppers: i am there
Ali Hassan Kuban: artasu natasu
Sir Richard Bishop: essaouira
Tokyo Kid Brothers: anata no omoidasu
13 Jul 2010, 11:10 de radiozillaLaurie Anderson: another day in america
Deuter: night rain
chen guanyuu 陳冠宇 & The Hohak Band 好客樂隊: gangster's god 炸神明
Drums Like Machine Guns: matrimony
Satoru Wono: tango no. 5
The Hairem: not for me
Dr. Isaiah Ross: good morning schoolgirl
Coco Rabicheaux: revelator
the betelnut brothers 檳榔兄弟: warriors dance
brazilian musicians recorded by David Lewiston: samba da roda
The Blue Beat: the girl from alishan
S.K. Pauline 上官寶倫: things we said today
Dara Puspita: mabuklaut
Aki Izumi: koi no sunuhama
Ashley Beedle & Darren Morris: sinful love, feat. disa
bao meisheng 包美聖: that cauldron of fire 那一盆火
Everything But The Gargoyle: susto
Mario Diaz de Leon: II.23
Steeleye Span: fighting for strangers
Pierre Bensusan: le voyage pour l'irlande +++
Deer Tick: the sad sun
Elisa Randazzo: moonshine
Angels of Light: nations
DM Stith: around the lion legs (slow dance version)
Polar Bear: happy for you
Alloy Orchestra: factory
1 Jul 2010, 15:29 de British_VikingWell, I was. I took a look at my last.fm charts, and was curious to know who would win a hurt/heal contest. I suppose it was a gamble really, since with the high number of metal bands this could turn against some others (I'm posting it on all 30 bands). By the way, I know last.fm isn't great for this but it was the place where I most wanted to place it. Bear in mind that I have not sent the link to any bands outside these 30.
Anyhow, let's go.
1. Amon Amarth (3)
2. Blind Guardian (5)
3. Bob Dylan (3)
4. Bruce Springsteen (OUT) 30th
5. Dark Angel (3)
6. Disturbed (1)
7. Dream Theater (2)
8. Eminem (3)
9. Ensiferum (2)
10. Enya (2)
11. Epica (3)
12. Grave Digger (2)
13. Hans Zimmer (3)
14. Howard Shore (3)
15. Iced Earth (4)
16. Iron Maiden (3)
17. Judas Priest (3)
18. Led Zeppelin (4)
19. Luciano Pavarotti (3)
20. Manowar (3)
21. Meat Loaf (2)
22. Moby (3)
23. Paolo Nutini (4)
24. Pink Floyd (4)
25. Queen (4)
26. Steeleye Span (4)
31 Mar 2010, 14:18 de molkique1. How did you get into 29?
Saw them support Turisas back in 2007, and despite Chris being visibly terrified, they were wonderful.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Come What(ever) May - a mate sent it to me, and I hunted the album down next time I was in HMV.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
It's Camille Saint-Saëns; he doesn't have lyrics. Danse Macabre is a phenomenal piece of music though.
4. How did you get into 49?
It was hard not to back in the day, when Wannabe was everywhere.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Ace of Base
Two. Happy Nation and The Collection.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
Speed Of Pain. Twisted, beautiful, heartbreaking.
8. What is your favorite song by 15?
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
14 Mar 2010, 18:38 de xylem1
6 Mar 2010, 20:32 de robin0151. George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
2. The Clash - The Clash
3. Yes - Close to the Edge
4. Television - Marquee Moon
5. Brian Eno - Another Green World
6. Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings and Food
7.Pentangle - Cruel Sister
8. Steeleye Span - Parcel of Rogues
9.David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust
10.Neil Young - After the Goldrush
11. Roxy Music - Country Life
12. The Who - Quadrophenia
Bob Dylan - Desire
Yes - Fragile
John Renbourn - A Maid in Bedlam
Genesis - Foxtrot
Genesis - Selling England By the Pound
The Clash - London Calling
John Cale - Paris 1919
John Martyn - Solid Air
13 Ene 2010, 21:32 de allremovables10) No more George Lamb on 6Music! Fuck yes.
Not much more to say, really. I still don't find time to listen to it much, but the other afternoon I tuned in and heard Steve Lamacq playing Hefner. Hefner. On the radio. It was brilliant. Though I'll not manage to be a regular again until they put Phil Jupitus back on the breakfast slot, followed by Gideon Coe.
9) Finding that Patrick Wolf's still got it, live.
See my review of him at the Junction on 10th March 2009. The album was a bit pants, and I only listen to it selectively, but I stand by the Kate Bush comparison, and my longing to see him in a venue for the 18+ only... (not so he'll take his pants off, you see, so that I don't have to punch drunken 14-year-olds in the kidneys to get them off my feet). A great live performer, even if the corpus of his material is getting unwiedly and hard to combine into a single set.
8) A live Talking Heads album that blew my mind.
It's amazing what having your hard-drive wiped makes you do. …