8 Aug 2009, 14:15 by Jimbobbins
5 Jan 2009, 13:41 by nolisenmihttp://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/7734455.jpg
The Hon. Robert Nesta Marley (February 6, 1945 – May 11, 1981) better known as Bob Marley, was a Jamaican singer, guitarist, and songwriter. He is the most widely known reggae musicians of all time, famous for popularising the genre outside of Jamaica. Much of his work deals with the struggles of the impoverished and/or powerless. He has been called the Charles Wesley of the Rastafari movement for the way in which he spread the faith through his music.
He was the husband of Rita Anderson Marley, who regularly performed with Bob Marley as a member of his back-up singers the I Threes. She had 4 of his 9 acknowledged children, including David Ziggy Marley and Stephen Marley who together continue their father's musical legacy in their band the Melody Makers. Another of his sons, Damian Marley (aka "Jr Gong"), has also started a career in music.
Chant Down Babylon
29 Oct 2008, 12:30 by Lord_JackPlaylisteintrag und Grund warum der/die Song(s) dort ist, von der Playlist ausgehend, die ich im Moment rauf und runter spiele (alphabetisch nach Interpret):
Unzufriedenheit: Weil ich momentan einfach unzufrieden bin
Solidarität kann eine Waffe sein
Mittelfinger: Weil ich momentan einfach unzufrieden bin
Let's Start a Band
A Wish For Something More
This Is the Life: Weil sie einfach eine schöne Stimme hat, gepaart mit relativ guten Texten
Rhytmus: Was wäre das Leben ohne Rhytmus, den Rhytmus mit dir
Pock Pock Bwa: Weil er recht hat (der besonders eingebildete Kindersoldat)
Wintermärchen: Weil sie recht haben
Paranoid: Weil es einer der besten Rocksongs aller Zeiten ist
Everything Is Gonna Be Alright
I Shot The Sheriff
No Woman No Cry: Weil seine Musik einfach wichtig ist
Das Ganz Grosse Glück (Im Zug Nach Osnabrück): Weil es ein ranziger Song über Osnabrück ist, meine heimliche Liebe
12 Oct 2008, 13:48 by liquidlozRULES:
1. Put Your iTunes, windows media player etc on Shuffle
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.
3. YOU MUST WRITE THAT SONG NAME DOWN NO MATTER HOW SILLY IT SOUNDS
4. Put any comments in brackets after the song name
How would you describe yourself?
Crash and Burn
What do you like in a guy/girl?
How do you feel today?
What is your life's purpose?
Got To Move
What is your motto?
axe to the face
What do your friends think of you?
Wake Up Screaming
What do you think of your parents?
Soldiers of the Wasteland
What do you think about very often?
Minute by Minute
What do you think of your best friend?
Love on the Rocks With No Ice
What do you think of the person you like?
What is your life story?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
I Miss You
What do you think of when you see the person you like?
What will you dance to at your wedding?
5 May 2008, 19:57 by rishdeepThis may a rather random post with various songs and artists but I feel I must share the soundtrack of my trip to Malaysia. To be honest, the tracks listened to while sipping Tiger beers on the beaches of Kuantan and Port Dickson among others mainly consisted of two albums - Colbie Caillat’s Coco (which got an obscene amount of plays) and Bob Marley’s greatest hits (which got an equally obscene amount). Colbie Caillat I seriously recommend that you check her out for some really summery, easy-going music (now that the season is almost upon us). What was surprising is the success she’s had over in Asia (you would always here one of her songs played quite frequently on the radio/MTV Asia) and the relative lack of success she’s had in the UK by comparison. I can’t quite put my finger on why this may be the case but I can only think of how saturated the market is here with sub-par singer songwriters that when someone comes out with a genuinely good album, it’s easy to get unnoticed and swept under the rug.
22 Feb 2008, 01:37 by renatocalisto
20 Feb 2008, 00:52 by tiger_myfriendPut your music player on shuffle.
Put on all songs or just a play list
Press forward for each question.
Use the song title as the answer to the question even if they don't make sense.
How am I feeling today?:
Arcade Fire - Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)
Will I get far in life?:
Nick Drake - Clothes Of Sand
How do my friends see me?:
Bob Dylan - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Where will I get married?
Rufus Wainwright - Slideshow
What is my best friend's theme song?:
Cat Power - Don't Explain
What is the story of my life?:
Girl Talk - Warm It Up
What was high school like?:
Cat Power - Good Clean Fun
How can I get ahead in life?:
Eisley - Go Away
What is the best thing about me?:
Madonna - I Love New York
What is today going to be like?:
Antony and the Johnsons - Hitler in My Heart
What is in store for this weekend?:
Regina Spektor - Better
What song will they play at my funeral?:
2 Oct 2007, 07:07 by dlb913Put your music player on shuffle. Post the first 40 songs that come up. You can't repeat artists. If you have any repeats, skip to the next track.
1. Ramones - Do You Wanna Dance?
2. The Holloways - How will i get home?
3. The Maccabees - Fire Fire
4. blink-182 - Anthem, Pt. 2
5. George Michael - Faith
6. The Strokes - Hard to Explain
7. Say Anything - Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too
8. Arctic Monkeys - If You Found This It's Probably Too Late
9. Kings of Leon - Slow Night, So Long
10. McFly - Hypnotised
11. Colin Hay - Overkill
12. Queen - Find Me Somebody to Love
13. Dirty Pretty Things - You Fucking Love It
14. Bob Marley - Buffalo Soldier
15. The Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps
16. Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
17. Smashing Pumpkins - Bullet With Butterfly Wings
18. The Who - My Generation
19. The Fratellis - country boys and city girls
20. Rage Against the Machine - Renegades of Funk
21. Jamie T - Alicia Quays
5 Jun 2007, 13:43 by raphavIan (http://www.flickr.com/photos/raphav/sets/72157600165832030/) está com 7 meses, e um dos nossos desafios diários lá em casa é fazê-lo dormir. Como toda criança nessa idade, ele fica agitado e impaciente no fim do dia, e nada melhor do que um reggae para acalmá-lo.
Eu uso dois soníferos com ele.
Um deles é o álbum Dreams Of Freedom, com versões dub de ótimas músicas do Bob Marley. Em alguns momentos o pessoal se empolga nos efeitos, mas no geral, o disco é muito bom. Uso essa "arma" quando quero deixar o Ian dormindo por muito tempo. Ele começa a dormir rapidininho e deixo o disco rolando no quarto, bem baixinho.
O segundo sonífero é uma playlist de 23 músicas diversas, também do Bob Marley, de diferentes épocas. O número elevado de músicas é só pra não cair na repetição, já que antes da terceira música ele já apaga. O set:
- All Day All Night
- Ambush In The Night
- Babylon System
- Blackman Redemption
- Buffalo Soldier
- Give Thanks And Praises
- High tide or low tide
18 Apr 2007, 16:33 by elchodeApril 2007: Politics as Usual
Recently, the amount of political jockeying going on has really gotten to me. From Imus to Gun Control, to even the skyrocketing taxes where I live that are funneled into bottomless pits while I still sit in traffic for more than an hour to travel 10 miles. It's all really getting to me. And so, I present to you my April playlist, full of dissent, anger, and dissatisfaction from the past 40 years:
Comrade - Mini Band
A college favorite of mine, it's just a really good song
Full Disclosure - Fugazi
Arguably the political band of the past 20 years, they lived by their words and DIY ethic. This song is one of their later releases but one of my favorites about wanting out of today's society
Worlds Apart - ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
In a world where every band wishes they were political, this is one of the few modern protest songs that encapsulates today's world in less than 2 1/2 minutes.
Bastard! - Electric Eel Shock