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18 Apr 2011, 18:20 by ce84
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6 Sep 2010, 19:05 by mehmet_onur
11 Mar 2010, 08:32 by weejayHere we are again, after a long, long break while I finished my MA and moved back to China, with another animal-year-themed pod. Gongxifacai!
1. My Bloody Valentine - Tiger in My Tank
2. Empire of the Sun - Tiger By My Side
3. Paul Anka - Eye Of The Tiger
4. The Bonzo Dog Band - Hunting Tigers Out in 'Indiah'
5. Ananda Shankar - Charging Tiger
6. Red Snapper - Get Some Sleep Tiger
7. Animal Collective - We Tigers
8. Eels - Tiger in My Tank
9. April Stevens - Teach Me Tiger
10. Rufus Thomas - Tiger Man
11. Sufjan Stevens - Year of the Tiger
As usual, this mix (and all the previous ones) can be downloaded here:
10 Jun 2009, 08:37 by MoogleFanI generally don't promote my stuff through journal entries, but what the heck, I've been a Last.fm user since 2007 and I'm excited about it. I (Marilyn Roxie) have a new album out: New Limerent Object, and all tracks are free to stream+download.
If you've heard my stuff before, echoes of the video game music influence (植松伸夫, 近藤浩治, 西浦智仁, and so forth), and hints of library music remain, though I'd like to think that my sound is expanding to include some of my other influences as well, like krautrock, drone, and maybe even some shoegaze, too.
Some assorted influences and/or lovely comparisons I've received (not that I'm as epic...yet!): Brian Eno, Aphex Twin, My Bloody Valentine, Jean-Michel Jarre, Harmonia, Natural Snow Buildings, Spectrum, Liquid Liquid, Cluster, Splashdown, Egg, Faust, Belbury Poly, Delia Derbyshire, Raymond Scott, Susumu Yokota, Ananda Shankar, Dead Can Dance
I don't know how many potential ears I'll reach with putting something up like this, but I'm giving it a shot. …
16 Apr 2009, 19:56 by selcukalhanAll About World Music
All About World Cinema
TOP 23 MUSICIANS FROM INDIA
3.Ustad Vilayat Khan
12.Ali Akbar Khan
14.Tabla Beat Science
Comment about missed names which should be in list and not deserving ones.
6 Feb 2009, 21:25 by mclargelist of stuff nobody cares about.
TOP 20 ARTISTS THAT HAVE APPEARED IN MY CHARTS EACH WEEK.
Here we go, i will update this weekly. (i dont update this weekly)
337 weeks so far.
Last updated w/e 22nd March 2015
City and Colour
1 Jan 2009, 19:24 by twIXta
21 Nov 2008, 08:37 by MoogleFanToday is my one-year anniversary of being a Last.fm user!!! I was interested in using it back in 2005, but, alas, I did not have high speed then, and I put off getting an account until I did so (which was not until November of 2007), and in just one year of utilizing this fine site, I...
+ scrobbled 23,000+ tracks by 1,400+ artists; first track was Gang of Four - Not Great Men, I believe from choosing tag radio for The Fall or Television. I decided to put my songs on shuffle and see which one came up for the midnight posting and the track was was...Can - Halleluhwah
+ added 73 friends (4 that I had known personally beforehand, and many of which I have gotten to explore their music taste and general coolness through Shoutbox communication)
+ uploaded my instrumental music in March and continued to add more tracks throughout the months (Marilyn Roxie), including a protest song against the Last.fm layout change in July
+ started a group (Rimmel), gained leadership of a few pre-existing ones: (basically, i just wanted my own group. …
6 Oct 2008, 12:26 by twIXtaSun 5 Oct – Secret Chiefs 3
…now Randall made a call and we were welcomed warmly by the organisation to be dj's. Far from sold out, but the band played well. After two encores people seemed satisfied and went home. After the first two days with up to five encores a bit of a strange ending. Not as energetic as the day before, but some performances—as the sound was better—were technically more precise (Personnae: Halloween and Vajra in particular)
Here's a list of songs that my friend Frankco and I played, with some encouraging reactions from the audience, inquiring on what they were hearing.
Pink Floyd Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Alan Parsons Project Mammagamma
Goblin Profondo Rosso
Dona Dumitru Siminică afare e intuneric
Broadcast Belly Dance
Barış Manço Acıhda Bağa Vir!…
Dead Can Dance Radharc
Pram The Empty Quarter
Ersen ve Dadaşlar Akla Karayı Seçtim
Laxmikant-Pyarelal Is Duniya Mein Prem Granth
Omar Khorshid Ya Nassini