19 jui. 2014, 4h39m par zelenyBlack Dog reached 100 scrobbles!
13 avr. 2014, 19h04m par Marco_CultHello, everybody!
My name is Marco, let me thank you for being here, whether intentionally or by chance.
I’ve been on Last.fm for quite a while and I want to tell you something about me.
First of all, you might be wondering why and how I came across Last.fm
Well, the story isn’t much of a big deal; anyway, I guess it all began when I started playing guitar, I was just fifteen.
You’ve got to know I’m not one of those people born into an “artistic” family and into art and stuff ever since they’re young children, first approaching an instrument at an early age and receiving formal training. My parents are both school teachers, they don’t play any instrument, they aren’t musical enthusiasts either: they’re simple, common people. In case you didn’t know I come from Italy and, to be honest, I don’t like Italian music very much, I prefer by far English and American music to ours. Luckily, my parents had a number of foreign LP records and tapes (ahh, the good, old analogue days!) which they used to listen to when I was a little boy…
10 mai 2013, 12h00m par RadioKaKaSee also: Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of all time (2012 Edition)
Rank (2010/E) (NEW or not compared to the 2004/E) Year Artist – Song (from which album if it's also on the list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of all time)
1 1965 Bob Dylan – Like a Rolling Stone, from Highway 61 Revisited
2 1965 The Rolling Stones – (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, from Out of Our Heads
3 1971 John Lennon – Imagine, from Imagine
4 1971 Marvin Gaye – What's Going On, from What's Going On
5 1967 Aretha Franklin – Respect, from I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You
6 1966 The Beach Boys – Good Vibrations, from Smile
7 1958 Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode, from The Great Twenty-Eight
8 1968 The Beatles – Hey Jude
9 1991 Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit, from Nevermind
10 1959 Ray Charles – What'd I Say, from The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings 1952-1959
11 1965 The Who – My Generation, from My Generation
18 mars 2013, 15h49m par MrBusDriverI have a strong memory of how it happened, the very day when my life was changed by music. It was 1977 and I was 12 years old and up until that day music for me was the jingly “hooray for everything” effervescence of the radio in our house witch was permanently stuck on an AM channel that projected either rainbows and happiness or maudlin sentimentality.
My brother’s friend was driving us to the local squash courts for our Friday night game, he slammed in an audio cassette and with no other introduction than “listen to this” he turned the knob to full volume. There was a loud hissing silence, a quiet guitar warm up then a full throated voice like none I had heard before.
Hey hey mama said the way you move,
Gon' make you sweat, gon' make you groove.
Ah-ah child way you shake that thing,
Gon' make you burn, gon' make you sting.
Wow, just wow, I was pinned to the back seat by the sheer force of the vocal and guitar. It was without a doubt the most exciting thing that I had encountered in my short life. …
7 mars 2012, 20h33m par darren86
23 nov. 2011, 4h36m par FadingMind
26 jui. 2011, 20h02m par rwittehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tlSx0jkuLM
We lost another female blues singer to the demons that she dredged from her soul so that she could sing them to us. Magnified and Sanctified is God's great name. Amy Winehouse followed in the tradition of Bessie Smith and Janis Joplin, but male blues greats mostly have better longevity.
In the 1950s recordings by the early blues greats were seen as almost worthless by white America. Consequently they arrived in British ports as ballast on returning cargo ships, where they reached a new audience in the British youth and gave rise to great bands like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. (This is almost an exact mirror of the way that the unwanted old prints by artists like, Hiroshige, Utamoro and Hokusai, were similarly used as ballast, and in the ports of France reached the eyes of many young artists, including Gaugin, Van Gogh and Toulouse-Lautrec).
The British blend of blues and pop became the 'British Invasion' of the US charts. …
22 fév. 2011, 22h14m par katczaTak schválně..
Are you a male or female?
Fool in the Rain
How do you feel?
Dazed and Confused
Describe where you currently live:
Houses of the Holy
If you could go anywhere, where would you go?:
Over the Hills and Far Away
What is your favorite form of transportation:
Your best friend is:
You and your best friends are:
What's the weather like?:
The Rain Song
Favourite time of day?
In the Evening
If your life was a TV show, what would it be called?
What is life to you?
The Battle of Evermore
Your current relationship?
I Can't Quit You Babe
Your greatest fear?
What is the best advice you have to give?
Bring It on Home
Thought for the Day?
Good Times Bad Times
How would you like to die?
In My Time of Dying
Your soul's present condition is:
When the Levee Breaks
Your motto is:The Song Remains the Same
30 déc. 2010, 5h52m par amanbhRecommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Holy Diver : Dio (Score = 2.93)
Rainbow in the Dark : Dio (Score = 2.75)
Plush : Stone Temple Pilots (Score = 2.69)
Blurry : Puddle of Mudd (Score = 2.06)
Heaven and Hell : Black Sabbath (Score = 1.94)
Spoonman : Soundgarden (Score = 1.93)
Glycerine : Bush (Score = 1.91)
The Red : Chevelle (Score = 1.87)
Wake Up : Mad Season (Score = 1.79)
River of Deceit : Mad Season (Score = 1.78)
So Cold : Breaking Benjamin (Score = 1.69)
Judith : A Perfect Circle (Score = 1.68)
Cold : Crossfade (Score = 1.63)
Chemical Wedding : Bruce Dickinson (Score = 1.56)
Send the Pain Below : Chevelle (Score = 1.55)
Epic : Faith No More (Score = 1.53)
45 : Shinedown (Score = 1.52)
In This River : Black Label Society (Score = 1.52)
One Last Breath : Creed (Score = 1.48)
Call Me A Dog : Temple of the Dog (Score = 1.45)
Headstrong : Trapt (Score = 1.44)
20 jui. 2010, 20h15m par italotoffolo