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Mai 3 2009, 9h24 por hillenha1. How did you get into 29? The Rolling Stones
I got into some of my dad's old records when I was about 12. I listened to High Tide/Green Grass and fell in love with Paint It Black and Time Is on My Side
2.What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Cat Stevens
No idea. Maybe The First Cut Is The Deepest ?
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? Liz Phair
You think that I go home at night
Take off my clothes, turn out the lights
But I burn letters that I write
To you, to make you love me
4. How did you get into 49? Tegan and Sara
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Ingrid Michaelson
6. What is your favorite song by 50? Edvard Grieg
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? Bob Marley and the Wailers
8. What is your favorite song by 15? Rilo Kiley
9. What is your favorite song by 5? Leonard Cohen
Chelsea Hotel #2
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy? Joan Baez
Ago 15 2008, 8h51 por Mastod0nmanA little late but hey, better late than never.
Some little less than interesting facts about stuff:
Dude I got the most musics from: bergatroll
The kid who will most likely be listening to generic indie mischief: psychomode
Sweet moments of sarcasm with: tribeofneurot
User with the best taste in movies: richardthegreat
My BFF I hang out with in person: ikillz0mbies
User most likely to talk about Boris with me: surgeofevan
Best artists discovered by last.fm in no particular order:
The Angelic Process
The Fucking Champs
Best albums discovered by last.fm
Jakob - Solace
Shining - V: Halmstad
Ludovico Einaudi - Le Onde
Agalloch - Ashes Against the Grain
The Angelic Process - Weighing Souls With Sand
Alcest - Souvenirs d'un autre monde
Omega Massif - Geisterstadt
Anaal Nathrakh - The Codex Necro
I give a big thank you to all of you for suggesting great bands to me.
And please never stop.
Ago 22 2007, 10h45 por Kaiou888
Ago 26 2005, 23h10 por unevendaysWed 20 Nov – Ludovico Einaudi
Ludovico Einaudi, South Parade Baptist Church
This was the second live concert that Ludovico Einaudi ever gave in the UK, and I had the priviledge of being there.
By the time I got to the church, there were already people there. I bought a copy of the new CD, I Giorni, which had only been out a few days, already owning most of his back catalogue. We sat in a pretty good seat about 10 or so rows from the front, eyeing the gorgeous Steinway expectantly. Nick Bailey of Classic FM was Master of Ceremonies, and on cue he got up and introduced the man himself, Mr Einaudi.
He wasn't particularly exciting to look at, and he just came on from a little door at the back and sat down at the piano and began to play.
In the first half of the concert, Einaudi played most of I Giorni. This was the first time I had heard it and I would expect most of the audience had not yet heard it either. The applause for each piece was thunderous!