21 Mar 2011, 23:26 by darren86
26 Jun 2008, 00:49 by ZeppledelinWell, I finally succumbed and did one of these playlist-shuffle-quiz-things. Shame on me. At least I won't try to blame it on boredom or throw in some other bad excuses that everyone here seems to do when answering these things. I'm actually not that bored, and not even drunk. I take the full responsibility.
1. How does the world see me?
Gary Moore - Nothing to Lose – Nothing to lose by having me here. I agree.
2. Will I have a happy life?
Lynyrd Skynyrd - I Ain't the One – Damn.
3. What does my friends really think of me?
The Animals - How You've Changed - Have I?
4. Do people secretly lust after me?
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Miss June '75 - Had no idea she even liked me. Great.
5. How can I make myself happy?
Tom Waits - In The Colosseum - No thanks.
6. What should I do with my life?
Turbonegro - I Got Erection - Not exactly what I want to spend the rest of my life doing.
7. Will I ever have children?
4 Feb 2008, 02:26 by nolandvdFrom wikipedia:
Beatlesque (pronounced /bi:təl'ɛsk/) is a term used to describe rock and pop bands and musicians who were influenced by The Beatles and make music that is very similar. New bands are promoted as being "The next Beatles" or "The new Fab Four", and members of the media refer to musical acts as being "Beatlesque".
The Beatles' influence is so pervasive, it can be hard to quantify. They influenced just about all popular music that came after them in one way or another, whether that be in songwriting, publishing, image, approach to albums and singles, live performance, promotion.... But their direct influence is easier to trace. In the early days, their mix of R&B, skiffle, the Everly Brothers and girl group harmonies were copied by many other Liverpudlian and British bands. Even bands like the Rolling Stones, who would come to be invoked commonly as everything the Beatles were not, were influenced by them in their formative years, going so far as to cover a Lennon-McCartney song. …
10 Feb 2007, 15:25 by crf341Stole the idea from Meanmrmustard:
Sort by song title:
-First Song: #9 Dream- John Lennon
- Last Song: Zoot Suit- The High Numbers
Sort by time:
- Shortest Song: Bag O' Nails- The Who 0:05
- Longest Song: Cassandra Gemini- The Mars Volta 31:42
Sort by album:
-First Song: Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue- Duke Ellington
-Last Song: Go Go Girl-
Top 10 Most Played Songs:
1. Wicked Messenger- Bob Dylan
2. Weightless Again- The Handsome Family
3. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine- Bob Dylan
4. You Stole My Love- The Mockingbirds
5. Lover Come Back- Ella Fitzgerald
6. You Ain't Goin Nowhere- Bob Dylan
7. Cent Help Lovin Dat Man- Billie Holdiay
8. Greenback Dollar- Kingston Trio
9. They Are All in Love- The Who
10. The Real Me- The Who
First five songs that comes up on Shuffle:
1. Carol- The Rolling Stones
2. Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me- Elton John
3. 4th Time Around- Bob Dylan
4. Hyacinth House- The Doors
5. Steppin' Out- John Mayall
"Sex", How many songs come up?: 6
25 Feb 2006, 20:39 by ofthetotheDear Diary,
I think I've played enough songs now to do this thing, although Pavement and Bob Dylan are a bit higher on my playlists than they should be.
Name your top 10 most played bands on Last.fm:
2. Belle and Sebastian
4. The Magnetic Fields
6. Sufjan Stevens
7. Bob Dylan
8. The 6ths
10. The Minus 5
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
-- what was the first song you ever heard by 6?
Dunno, probably Flint (For the Unemployed and Underpaid)
-- what is your favourite album of 2?
If You're Feeling Sinister, duh
-- what is your favourite lyric that 5 has sung?
I haven't been listening long or hard enough to have one.
-- how many times have you seen 4 live?
-- what is your favourite song by 7?
4th Time Around
-- what is a good memory you have considering the music of 10?
I've only recently started kinda liking The Minus 5 so I haven't had any time to build good memories about it.
-- is there a song of 3 that makes you sad?
22 Jan 2006, 03:35 by kevvelsThe following conversation took place in the form of comments on my livejournal. It was good.
Back in the USSR has got to be one of my all time favorite Beatles songs.
You know what, The White Album is the greatest album of all time.
The White Album is the best Beatles album in my opinion
second only to maybe Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. i just think sgt. peppers is the dankest. but the white album is more mind blowing.
also i should say i think Bob Dylans "Blonde on Blonde" is my favorite album of all time, if i HAD to choose
if you asked me what my favorite dylan album was, my gut reaction would be either "Blood on the Tracks" or "Highway 61 Revisited" or "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan."
i wonder if lovers of "blonde on blonde" suffer from the high fidelity jack black bias. perhaps.
granted, 4th Time Around and Visions of Johanna. fantastic songs.
those first three just hit me harder i think than "Blonde on Blonde."