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23 Feb 2010, 17:21 de mrDovydasMilestones1st track: (10 Feb 2010)
Nirvana - Lake Of Fire
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Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Chile
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The Beatles - All You Need Is Love
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Hiperbolė - Duok man šulinį neišgertą
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Pearl Jam - Jeremy
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Ramones - Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
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The Beatles - Not a Second Time
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Led Zeppelin - Friends
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Syd Barrett - Wolfpack
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Pink Floyd - See Emily Play
24 Ago 2009, 20:10 de silencio20461. The Beach Boys
First song heard: Provavelmente Good Vibrations, naquele filme bizarro do Tom Cruise.
Song that made me love them: Inúmeras.
Current Favourite: Good Time
2. Hot Chip
First song heard: Over and Over
Song that made me love them: Hold On
Current Favourite: Colours
3. The Magnetic Fields
First song heard: All My Little Words
Song that made me love them: All My Little Words
Current Favourite: In an Operetta
4. Kanye West
First song heard: Heard 'Em Say
Song that made me love them: Diamonds from Sierra Leone
Current Favourite: Bad News
5. Animal Collective
First song heard: Leaf House
Song that made me love them: Fireworks
Current Favourite: Summertime Clothes
6. Brian Eno
First song heard: The Microsoft Sound
Song that made me love them: Eu não amo o Brian Eno.
Current Favourite: An Ending (Ascent)
7. Andrew Bird
First song heard: A Nervous Tic Motion of the Head to the Left
9 Jun 2009, 9:22 de cbprideIn chronological order.
1. All I've Got to Do
From the opening chord to the on-again-off-again drumming to the glorious backing vocals during the choruses, this song is a standout.
2. All My Loving
Any personal meaning this track may have aside, this is a quintessential "I love you and I'll miss you" pop song. Great harmonies.
3. Please Mister Postman
John's vocals are amazing throughout, but it's when the "Wait a minute"s kick in that the song really starts to tug at the heartstrings... and becomes irresistible to sing along to.
4. Komm, gib mir Deine Hand
I took German class for a couple of weeks a few years back. It was too hard for me, so I quit. I wish I hadn't when I listen to this song, because then I could do some translating instead of laughing - lightheartedly and jokingly, of course - at the overall absurdity of it.
5. I Should Have Known Better
I'm a sucker for harmonica. But I didn't really think that "Beatles" and "harmonica"…
8 Abr 2009, 4:30 de allyson_I am actually going to listen to these songs as they come. Because who wants to go to sleep when they could be doing a shuffle survey? Sheesh.
How does the world see me?
Song: Fool in the Rain
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Comments: AWESOME! Fitting, too, as Rhiannon just told me today that I am not someone who is "mainstream". The title of this song would suggest that, suppose :)
What will I dream about tonight?
Song: Alanson, Crooked River
Artist: Sufjan Stevens
Comments: Dreaming tonight of a river, a la Pochahontas?
Will I have a happy life?
Song: Don't Look Down
Comments: Take on the world/Take up your act/Take out your violence on the sun ... You're a speck of dust/I'm a speck of dust/One day we'll fall on everyone
What do my friends really think of me?
Song: Good Day Sunshine
Artist: The Beatles
Comments: They like to laugh and take walks with me, and I am generally good at cheering them up? And they love me? That's what I'm going to infer from this one.
15 Ago 2008, 19:53 de sablespecterThe Beatles / Get Back / Let It Be (12) / May 1970
It's Beatles Week! Day 7: The Latter Years and The End
The strain and tensions and somewhat divisive reactions experienced during the middle years for sure came from the combined pressure of the write-record-tour schedule and the massive success & fame that didn't allow them to go unrecognized and free in their lives. Eliminating touring no doubt eased the pressure on the schedule, but it only created space that began to move them in different directions. The schism began to appear between Paul McCartney and John Lennon with the death of Brian Epstein in the summer of 1967.
With Brian's death there was no overseeing influence to bring them together and help them meld ideas into a common purpose. Paul immediately saw that someone needed to step into that role to hold the band together. He took that role himself. Immediately he brought the idea for Magical Mystery Tour, which turned out to be a flop and widely considered the band's first failure. …
4 Jul 2008, 2:21 de lappado1. How did you get into 29?
Julee Cruise: Why, through Twin Peaks of course!
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Clive Carroll: Don't remember. I saw him live the first time I heard him, and I hardly ever remember set lists and stuff like that.
3. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Hellbillies: I have four of their albums on CD, namely 'Lakafant', 'Liv e' Laga', 'CoolTur' and 'Spissrotgang'.
4. What is your favorite song by 15?
Eels: No one song really stands out as a favourite, but if I had to pick one I would go for 'Railroad Man'.
5. What is your favorite song by 5?
Steely Dan: My Old School has got everything that the Dan is all about. Coolness, smugness, clever lyrics and great musicianship. Hands down my favourite.
6. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
George Harrison: Any Road - the opening track from his last album 'Brainwashed' - always puts a smile on my face.
7. What is your favorite song by 10?
1 May 2008, 18:16 de annodamydalAnother immigrant from the deviantART.
Pink Floyd may be my favorite band now, but I will never forget how much I loved the Beatles when I was smaller, and even though I have expanded my tastes, I still love listening to them. Who's ready for another obsessive list?
Instrumental, and one of Ringo Starr's few songs. Only recently, I thought it wouldn't be out of place in a video game, as a walking theme.
I first heard this when I was six. I thought Ringo was somehow related to me and/or knew me because he had the most awesome birthday in the world, aka. mine (July 7)
20. I Want to Hold Your Hand
One of my first Beatles songs. Someone danced to it in a school talent show, leading me to want to dance the next year to...
19. I Saw Her Standing There
I used to dance to this when I was five and six. It was mainly spinning though. But: I thought that if I wore heels, I'd look seventeen for the dance. That thought was bolstered by the fact that when I smeared play makeup on my face and put Mom's heels on…