13 Sep 2006, 19:59 by teramatsu
28 Aug 2006, 14:33 by violenzaethis song randomly popped on my playlist, and it made me think. i spent my entire childhood mooning over this song (Michelle) and playing it over and over and jumping up and down on the cushions to it.
i think my entire current sense of music taste evolved from this song. it's like the penultimate bittersweet happysad frenchISH song.
i used to listen to this and Girl and sit down in the basement in my first house in california when i was 2 or 3 or so and smell musty things and cigarette ashes and watch my mom do the laundry.
and in fact, the songs themselves are rolling and full of oooohs and relaxing. and beautiful.
uh.. join us again next week for our next sappy song remembrance installment? x_x
30 May 2006, 06:46 by trick_tricksterName your top 10 artists on last.fm
1. Missy Higgins
2. Pink Floyd
3. Sly & The Family Stone
5. Third Eye Blind
7. Jimi Hendrix
8. The Beatles
9. The Who
10. Maynard Ferguson
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
What was the first song you ever heard by 6?
That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
What is your favorite album of 2?
Dark Side of the Moon
What is your favorite lyric that 5 has sung?
"Words they come and memories all repeat."
How many times have you seen 4 live?
None yet, maybe soon.
What is your favorite song by 7?
Night Bird Flying is the one I always give, so it'll be no different here. All of his stuff is amazing though.i
What is a good memory you have involving the music of 10?
I've played a lot of his music, and met the guy once. It's happy music, to play and listen to.
Is there a song of 3 that makes you sad?
Nah, Sly only made happy music.
What is your favorite lyric that 2 has sung?
26 Apr 2006, 22:54 by Carali
20 Apr 2006, 17:35 by HCForumsToday someone put the radio on during drawing at school. First some stupid pop crap came on, followed by Phil Collins singing something about that guy who could have saved that other guy from drowning
but didn't, then Phil saw it all, then at a show he found him. After that The Beatles came on, singing about a girl named Michelle. I told the girl who sat beside me that this song was sang by The Beatles, coming from their Rubber Soul album.
But that was all I could say. Coz she and the rest of my school still think that The Beatles make boring sixties music. 'Haha, you listen to The Beatles,' that's what I get to hear about every single day. Last weekend family came by, they asked if they could see my PSP. I showed them a game and showed them how you could put music on it. Then one of them started a song, it was a Beatles song, from one of their earlier records. He looked over at his girlfriend and laughed, not a "damn this is great music" laugh, more a "what's this old crap doing on this PSP" laugh.
26 Jan 2006, 22:37 by tomatosquid
28 Dec 2005, 09:42 by tomautoEvery year I make a mix for my mom for xmas present time. She always enjoys them and claims that she'll like "anything I like" which is totally not the case (I just can't see her digging Gastr Del Sol for instance). I usually try to make it pretty standard stuff but do leave room for some more obscure, noisier stuff, at least obscure and noisy to my mom, she's a big Norah Jones, Toad The Wet Sprocket type. Man I haven't thought about Toad the Wet Sprocket in a while...
anyway this is what i came up with
There She Goes
Your Mother Should Know
Det du tanker idag ar du i morgon
Rue St. Vincent
On & On
Bird On A Wire
This Kind of Day
The Kindness of Strangers
Here I Dreamt I Was an Architect
A History of Lovers
A Summer Song
The Warmth Of The Sun
Love and Mercy