11 sept. 2011, 21h07m par blacklizard63
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1 Radiohead - OK Computer
Using the textured soundscapes of The Bends as a launching pad, Radiohead delivered another startlingly accomplished set of modern guitar rock with OK Computer. The anthemic guitar heroics present on Pablo Honey and even The Bends are nowhere to be heard here. Radiohead have stripped away many of the obvious elements of guitar rock, creating music that is subtle and textured yet still has the feeling of rock & roll. Even at its most adventurous -- such as the complex, multi-segmented "Paranoid Android" -- the band is tight, melodic, and muscular, and Thom Yorke's voice effortlessly shifts from a sweet falsetto to vicious snarls. It's a thoroughly astonishing demonstration of musical virtuosity and becomes even more impressive with repeated listens, which reveal subtleties like electronica rhythms, eerie keyboards, odd time signatures, and complex syncopations. …
22 avr. 2009, 6h24m par selcukalhanAll About World Music
All About World Cinema
TOP 23 MUSICIANS FROM CUBA
3.Buena Vista Social Club
20.Orlando Cachaito Lopez
23.Los Van Van
Comment about missed names which should be in list and not deserving ones.
23 mars 2009, 15h54m par selcukalhanAll About World Music
All About World Cinema
New Zealand; Crowded House, Split Enz, Flight of Conhcords
Colombia; Shakira, Carlos Vives, Aterciopelados
Pakistan; Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Ghulam Ali, Sabri Brothers
Egypt; Oum Kalthoum, Abdel Halim Hafez, Amr Diab
Senegal; Orchestra Baobab, Baaba Maal, Youssou N'Dour
Algeria; Khaled, Warda, Rachid Taha
Georgia; Elisabeth Leonskaja, Katie Melua, Giya Kancheli
Uruguay; Francisco Canaro, Julio Sosa, Alfredo Zitarrosa
Nigeria; Fela Kuti, Tony Allen, Keziah Jones
Bosnia & Herzegovina; Goran Bregovic, Emir Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra, Indexi
MUSIC WORLD RANKING TOP 50 COUNTDOWN
BESTS FROM IRAN
Best Iranian Pop Singer: Googoosh
Folk Artis: Mohammad-Reza Shajarian
17 nov. 2008, 7h48m par JackTea2080 – Yeasayer
Crucify Your Mind – Rodriguez
Searching for a Ghost – Heartless Bastards
Life in a Glass House – Radiohead
Dimelo Ya – Davila 666
Kiss Me Bar - Alamo Race Track
It Covers the Hillsides - Midlake
Mykonos – Fleet Foxes
I’d Rather Go Blind – Etta James
Skinny Love – Bon Iver
Bogachiel Rain Blues – The Moondoggies
Get Well Soon - What Laura Says
On the Radio – Regina Spektor
Devil Don’t Sleep – Mike Farris
Lagrimas Negras – Compay Segundo
Since I Left You – The Avalanches
Naci Orishas – Orishas
Better Trends – Japanese Motors
I’ve Been Thinking – Handsome Boy Modeling School
Sometimes – Punch Brothers
In Other Words - Ben Kweller
Get Well Cards - Conor Oberst & The Mystic Valley Band
Saint Dominic's Preview (Live) - Van Morrison
Lying in the Sun – Koushik
Ponta de Lanca Africano - Jorge Ben
From Nov 11, on WDCE 90.1FM University of Richmond Radio, www.wdce.org
13 jui. 2008, 16h37m par santo257Según cuenta Google, hay un señor llamado Peter A. Scott (británico, empresario/melómano) que resultó enamorado de la música cubana luego de escuchar por años esos viejos vinilos de mediados del siglo pasado tipo Compay Segundo, Ibrahim Ferrer y compañía, y en 2002 decidió montar un proyecto musical con varios amigos y conocidos de la escena ska en UK y otros músicos cubanos. El resultado, Ska Cubano una locura con bastante sabor a mambo, a ska, a son y a reggae, según el mismo Scott.
Esto llegó a mis oídos con algo de casualidad, la verdad no sé que más habrán hecho, tengo un trabajo con el mismo nombre de la banda del que, como colombiano, me llamó la atención el tema que completa la trilogía Banda-Trabajo-Canción con el mismo nombre (lo cual es, si no poco original, por lo menos curioso. Sólo creo recordar que Iron Maiden hizo lo mismo). Pues Ska Cubano -la canción-, es una versión de nuestro querido "San Fernando", de nuestro también querido maestro Lucho Bermúdez. …
21 avr. 2008, 9h50m par Kapitankraut101 unique artists last week, although one of them was a mis-tagging, so we'll call it an even 100. More than 800 tracks played, too, which isn't bad at all. How accurate these charts are remains to be seen, due to the alleged "16 hours of power issues" (for which read "60 hours and counting") which LastFM's seen fit to have.
Needless to say, the usual fawning sycophants are going on about how wonderful the site is when everything's running properly. That was presumably before it was launched.
Anyway, these charts (the last I'll analyse before I go overseas, and possibly the last I'll analyse before I return in August) have returned from Cuba but still heavily influenced by their time there.
8. La Chicana
Argentinean tango music. One of the strangest things I think I've had on my charts in a while. I think I had the wrong idea of what this would sound like, and was expecting more of the really stereotypical tango sound with bandoneon and all. …
14 avr. 2008, 22h21m par KapitankrautLooking at the tag cloud, this is the week my charts went to Cuba. Nothing wrong with that at all, not by a long margin.
9. Bongo Maffin
I've already mentioned my great enjoyment of these kwaito performers, and if anything they're better the second time round. I must get my hands on more kwaito when I'm back from overseas - anything with rapped vocals in pretty much every South African language has to be worth it.
9. Los Fakires
As nearly as I can explain it, this is the sort of music that the Buena Vista Social Club project was going for, with the key difference being that this band played together for years and years. That same lovely languid vibe is there, along with the feeling that any of the musicians in question could absolutely slay all comers on their chosen instruments.
7. Iced Earth
Call them overrated (I frequently do), call them hit-and-miss (likewise), but when Iced Earth are good, they're very good. This position is due to their album "The Glorious Burden"…
27 oct. 2007, 18h19m par toasterhead2kThis week on [url="http://toasterheadsblogosphere.blogspot.com/2007/10/una-seleccin-de-hermosos-sonidos.html"]Dance, You Fools! For This Is Club Toasterhead!, we salute my soon-to-be better half with a selection of beautiful Cuban music, for your aural pleasure. From the lazy sweetness of Compay Segundo and Ibrahim Ferrer to the uptempo romps of Celia Cruz and Rubén González , we guarantee some foot-tapping and rump-shaking this week. So fry up some tostones, pop a can of Iron Beer, and enjoy!
Celia Cruz - La vida Es Un Carnaval
Buena Vista Social Club - Chan chan
Ibrahim Ferrer - Dos Gardenias
Compay Segundo - Orgullecida
Rubén González - Mandinga
Omara Portuondo - He Perdido Contigo
Celia Cruz - Mambo Del Amor
Omara Portuondo - Canta lo Sentimental
Irakere - Boliviana
Buena Vista Social Club - Candela
Ibrahim Ferrer - De Camino a la Vereda
Compay Segundo - Macus
Rubén González - Como Siento Yo
Eliades Ochoa - El Carretero
Los Van Van - Bailando Moja
Sierra Maestra - Tbiri T
Los Guaracheros De Oriente - Patria Querida
Irakere - Bacalao con pan
Afro Cuban All Stars - Alto Songo
20 août 2007, 15h06m par dai771. How did you get into 31?
A friend gave me a MP3 disc that contained some songs from Elliott Smith and From a Basement on the Hill.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Death Cab for Cutie
3. What's your favorite lyric by 41?
I only make jokes to distract myself from the truth.
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
The Beta Band
She’s The One
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
I own two. Jacksonville City Nights and Heartbreaker.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
Windsor for the Derby
A Spring Like Sixty
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
Not really. Pulling Out My Hair is close, but it is too abstract to be taken seriously.
8. What is your least favorite song by 15?
Amy in the White Coat
9. What is your favorite song by 5?