• Deep Purple

    21 Jul 2010, 04:33 by Serb2012

    Deep Purple (читается: Дип Пёпл) — британская рок-группа, играющая в жанре , образованная в феврале 1968 года (сначала — под названием Roundabout) и считающаяся одной из самых заметных и влиятельных в «тяжелой музыке» 1970-х годов. Была образована в 1968 году под названием Roundabout. В апреле того же года название было изменено на Deep Purple. Музыкальные критики называют Deep Purple в числе основателей и высоко оценивают их вклад в развитие и (хотя причисление самих Deep Purple к остается спорным) и повлиявшими на всю последующую «тяжелую» музыку. Музыканты «классического» состава Deep Purple (в частности, гитарист Ричи Блэкмор (Ritchie Blackmore), клавишник Джон Лорд (Jon Lord), барабанщик Иэн Пэйс (Ian Paice)) считаются инструменталистами-виртуозами, в особенности гитарист Ritchie Blackmore.

    Составы Deep Purple:

  • If life was a movie....

    28 Sep 2008, 05:20 by Ian904

    So I skipped through 21 songs and made it into this. I got the idea from someone else. Thought it was funny.

    Opening Credits: Take It Back

    Waking up: Same All Over

    First day of college: Lenny

    Falling in love: Magnolia

    Kiss scene: Angel

    Fight Song: Foxey Lady

    Breaking up: Hey Joe

    Graduating college: Who Are You

    My big break: You Got Me Rocking

    Mental breakdown: Crazy Train

    Driving song: Better Off With the Blues

    Flashback: Damn Right I've Got The Blues

    Wedding: Come And Go Blues

    Birth of child: Sweet Little Angel

    Paying dues: Highway Song

    Moment of triumph: My Eyes Have Seen You

    Final battle:L.A. Connection

    Death scene:The Letter

    Funeral scene: Blues Power

    End credits: Rude World

    Dunno if I would watch this movie. Seems boring. Although the end credits song made me laugh.
  • november's playlist was from past 3 months, no repeats

    6 Dec 2007, 04:41 by jannon

    Artist — Song

    3Ds – Sing-song
    Trash Trash Trash – Hash Stash
    Brother JT – I am the Blob
    Queen & David Bowie – Under Pressure
    Glenn Gould – Invention No. 13 in a Minor, BWV 784
    The Ark – This Piece of Poetry Is Meant to do Harm
    Scritti Politti – Wood Beez (version)
    Daft Punk – Da Funk
    Ronnie Spector – You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory
    Aventuras De Kirlian – El Árbol
    Bill Landford & the Landfordaires – Trouble of This World
    The Pop Group – Where There's a Will
    Clear Light – How Many Nights Have Passed (LP Version)
    Badgerlore – your discomfort, my happiness
    Sid Hemphill & Lucius Smith – Walk In The Parlor
    Ben E. King – Stand by Me
    Triosk meets Jan Jelinek – Munmorah
    Word of Mouth Chorus – Idumea (LP Version)
    White Magic – One-Note
    Blevin Blectum – Duck Hunt Cascade
    Vertical Slit – Smudge
    Pearls Before Swine – I Shall Not Care
    Young People – Your Grave
    Los Straitjackets – Honolulu Vice
    PINE*am – Gymnopedie 0.1
  • Me and the Music

    16 Jul 2006, 21:53 by FastIkarus

    Long evening, let's try this:

    (you play your whole music collection with shuffle on, ask the question, leave a comment and go to next song, this one i got from pooky)

    1. How does the world see you?
    The Final Cut
    Quite depressive, isn't it?

    2. Will I have a happy life?
    2112 - III. Discovery
    I'd like to now, what will I doscover... in 2112? Immortality?

    3. What do my friends think of me?
    Lounge Act
    Kurt Cobain said of the song: "That song is mostly about having a certain vision and being smothered by a relationship and not being able to finish what you wanted to do artistically because the other person gets in your way."

    4. Do people secretly lust after me?
    Not to Touch the Earth

    5. How can I make myself happy?
    When a Blind Man Cries
    Well, sometimes, it helps

    6. What should I do with my life?
    That's the Way
    Just live it?

    7. Will I ever have children?
    Sám na cestách (Alone on the way)
    It seems, that I won't :o(

    8. What is some good advice for me?
  • Covers vs. Originals

    22 Jan 2006, 20:42 by NotMeGuv

    In my earlier, more naive days, I used to think that I always preferred the original of a song to any cover version. This made me wonder why anyone ever bothered to record a cover.

    Then I began to think that I preferred the version I heard first.

    Now I've come to realise that such simplistic theories are mere folly. Oh, the wisdom of the present (equally naive) time.

    Oh look, I have set out a decidedly weak premise for a list of cover versions with some half-baked comments from me. One can almost taste the inevitability.

    But one last comment before I do. I still wonder why anyone bothers to come out with a cover that's almost identical to the original. Isn't it a waste of everyone's time? If you're going to cover something, add something. Otherwise leave it alone.

    And so to the bit where I really start to waffle.

    Deep Purple made a habit of covering Joe South's Hush over the years, the first Hush appearing on the album Shades of Deep Purple (which doesn't seem to be listed on this fine site). …