13 Jun 2012, 13:16 by Pena123456
16 Aug 2010, 23:22 by kateinchainsTak tak, bardzo się nudzę. Odpowiedzi po polsku, nie chce mi się tłumaczyć.
1.How did you get into no.29?
Whiplash - wielka era nawracania się na thrash
2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
3. Whats your favorite lyric by no.33?
Motörhead - "Dancing on Your Grave"
4. How did you get into no.49?
5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
horde (pl) - ani jednego, bo jeszcze nie wydali ;f
6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
Razor - "Evil Invaders"
7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
Wehrmacht - ne
Flotsam and Jetsam - ne
8. What is your favorite song by no.15?
Nuclear Assault - "Good Times, Bad Times", "F-Sharp"
9. What is your favorite song by no.5?
Slayer - "Addict", "Raining Blood", "Serenity In Murder"
10. Is there a song by no.6 that makes you happy?
Alice in Chains - a chyba nie... Ale i tak ich kocham.
11. What is the worst song by no.40?
10 Jun 2010, 17:18 by Shasolace
4 Jan 2009, 13:39 by gigi00http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/284451.jpg
Janis Joplin’s screaming soulful voice in many ways is a personification of the Flower Power Era (along with Jimi Hendrix, Eric Burdon, Grace Slick and many others). She came to symbolize energy of the Psychedelic, Haight Ashbury, love beads, love ins, free love, flower children, black light posters and incense, expansion of consciousness, spiritualism soaked in the unusual drug idealism of the late 1960’s. It was a time of bright hope and optimism and the shedding of many social-psychological-sexual traditions that went sour.
Janis came on this scene with a singing style not heard before on the playlists of white American radio stations. Her singing was more like that of Aretha Franklin and other blues/gospel singers than the typical white girl songstress. However, her greatest influence came from earlier female blues singers such as Odetta, Memphis Minnie, and particularly Bessie Smith for whom…
29 Oct 2008, 15:28 by maesepoluxYa he tenido varios divorcios en mi vida, de tipo cultural, estético, intenlectual, social, laboral y aun no marital (aunque mi querida gusta de sacarme de casillas, jejeje). A través del post quiero desahogarme y hablar de mi divorcio con la radio física en am y fm.
Este divorcio que ha sido inclusive más profundo que mi tormentosa separación de la televisión, es quizá una de mis primeras rupturas unilaterales.
¿por que ando siempre con audifonos?
Evito el ruido ambiental como casi toda la nueva generación de hombres y mujeres biónicos que vivimos todo el tiempo aderidos a nuestros gadgets electrónicos. Sin embargo mi caso va un poco más hacia la adicción a la música, o melomanía como creo que se le llama, a querér escuchar mucha música de diferentes géneros y artistas.
Y esa búsqueda de variedad y cantidad fue mi primer aliciente a separarme de las 10 canciones reiterativas en sus top ten, a los comerciales abudantes y los locutores inmamables. …
5 Oct 2008, 16:45 by thesvelteoneThis is the set I broadcast for Purple Radio's 'The Tracks of My Tears' show - one hour of tunes for those bleak, sad times.
Download from: http://tinyurl.com/tssTOMT
1. Radiohead- No Surprises
2. Everything But the Girl - Single
3. Ben Folds Five - Magic
4. Joe Jackson - Drowning
5. Janis Joplin - Summertime
6. The Magnetic Fields - Smoke and Mirrors
7. Cyndi Lauper - My First Night Without You
8. The Streets - Dry Your Eyes
9. Björk - Jóga
10. Pet Shop Boys - Being Boring
11. Joan as Police Woman - To Be Lonely
12. Antony & the Johnsons - Rapture
13. Amici Ensemble - Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time: V Louange a l'Eternite de Jesus
21 Jan 2008, 16:26 by RasilcaPost em 20/01/08 no blog http://www.menteaberta.globolog.com.br/#470332
1. “A Day in the Life” – The Beatles
A última colaboração entre John Lennon e Paul McCartney ultrapassa qualquer formato da música popular. São duas canções em uma, separadas por um crescendo orquestral que gela a espinha. No fim, um acorde tocado por três pianos e um apito supersônico que só os cachorros podem ouvir. O melhor da maior banda de todos os tempos
2. “Like a Rolling Stone” – Bob Dylan
Baseada em um poema que Dylan escreveu para seus detratores do movimento folk, a faixa deve muito ao contraponto melódico do órgão de Al Kooper
3. “Good Vibrations” – The Beach Boys
Criada no auge da guerra de singles contra os Beatles, em 1966, tornou-se referência na gravação de harmonias vocais
4. “Satisfaction” – The Rolling Stones
Em 1965, o rock ainda era ingênuo. Aí vieram os Stones, com cinismo e raiva, e se tornaram arquétipos do gênero
5. “One” – U2
Influenciou uma geração de roqueiros e – mais importante – influenciou o próprio U2…
6 Nov 2007, 01:30 by imnotthatstupidName your top 10 most played bands on Last.fm:
2. Elliott Smith
5. The Dandy Warhols
6. Girls in Hawaii
7. Red Hot Chili Peppers
8. Pauline Croze
9. Bad Religion
10. Janis Joplin
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
-- What was the first song you ever heard by 6?
I think it was "Found in the Ground".
-- what is your favourite album of 2?
XO, the one with the most songs I love.
-- what is your favourite lyric that 5 has sung?
"I never thought you'd be a junky because heroin is so passeeeeeeeeeeeee"
-- how many times have you seen 4 live?
-- what is your favourite song by 7?
Not original but it's "Under the Bridge"
-- what is a good memory you have considering the music of 10?
-- is there a song of 3 that makes you sad?
Can't say that Chokebore is joyful music anyway but I would say "You are the Sunshine of my Life"
-- what is your favourite lyric that 2 has sung?
23 Oct 2007, 22:16 by Nectar_CardRoll up a nice fat joint. Inhale. Take a trip back to Woodstock in 1969……
click here for a streamable tag radio station of all the tracks listed below
Woodstock Music and Art Fair was a historic event held at Max Yasgur's 600 acre (2.4 km²) dairy farm in the rural town of Bethel, New York from August 15 to August 18, 1969. Bethel (Sullivan County) is 43 miles southwest of the town of Woodstock, New York, which is in adjoining Ulster County.
To many, the festival exemplified the counterculture of the 1960s and the "hippie era." Thirty-two of the best-known musicians of this time period appeared during the sometimes rainy weekend. Though attempts have been made over the years to recreate the festival, the original event has proven to be unique and legendary. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest concerts in music history and was listed on Rolling Stone's 50 Moments That Changed the History of Rock and Roll.
The event was captured in a successful 1970 movie, Woodstock…
9 Jul 2007, 08:08 by EdwardHLast saturday I visited the first half of the TW Classic festival in Werchter, Belgium. As a big fan of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark I wanted to see them playing at this festival. My wife wanted to see P!nk, so she joined me on this trip.
The complete lineup was:
13:00-13:50 Tom Helsen
14:20-15:10 Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
19:40-21:10 John Fogerty
22:00-00:00 Elton John
We arrived around noon at the festival field and it was already very crowded. I read today at a Belgian news site that around 37.000 people attended! The weather was perfect, a lot of sunshine and no rain at all.
The first act was Belgian singer Tom Helsen. It was the first time I heard his music and I was pleasantly surprised. The songs he played were:
Out of Something
Don't Let Them Get You Down
When Marvin Calls
Sun In Her Eyes
More Than Gold
Highlights for me were When Marvin Calls and Change Yourself.