Eminem,the waifs,morcheeba remember E.L.O i still love their music,i don't really have any favourites it's what happens to be around at times through life that is revelant to me at the time others are eagles,craig david,stones.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 06:45 PM
Baroque Period (Bach, Handel, Teleman, Pachelbel) through to classical period (Mozart, Hayden, Schubert).
Rossini, Puccini & Mozart. (Favorite opera singer - Cecilia Bartoli)
Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Winton Marsalis.
Steve Vai, Paul Gilbert, Steely Dan, Steve Morse, Leo Kotke, Allman Bros, Gary Hoey, The Eels, Nick Drake, Tool, John Butler Trio, & many, many more.
(1st record I bought was the single of 'Rock & Roll All Night' by Kiss. I was 8 at the time.)
Studied Bolivian folk music about 6-7 years ago for I film I was working on. I fell in love with it. I listen to a band called 'Arauco Libre'
Moby, Primitive Radio God, Propellerheads.
Thomas Newman (Genius & a nice guy), Hans Zimmer, George Fenton, Christopher Young.
Massive Attack's music is still the best music to dance to with your loved one. Vertically or Horizontally. :twisted:
Posted 14 March 2003 - 07:39 PM
Do I win a free CD for winning? :mrgreen:
Joe, that is one ecelectic mix of music! Good to see Steve Morse in there, he is awesome - "The Introduction" on his first album is one of my faves. You would probably like Eric Johnson too I would think?
Posted 14 March 2003 - 08:29 PM
I am going to show my age - Supertramp, Meatloaf, The Angels, Deep Purple, Jimmy and the Boys, Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Beach Boys.
These days it ranges from Dixie Chicks, The Corrs and, even tho most rap is crap, Eminem.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 10:23 PM
has'nt Marshal Mathers hit a nerve with his lyrics,sign of the times and he's taken all before him no 1 album,singles,film.just goes to show if you can put to music what most people are feeling succes will follow.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 10:29 PM
choco, I hope that "most" people don't feel like him...jesus, it must be hard getting out of bed each morning!
Posted 14 March 2003 - 11:42 PM
Well, not a huge music fan but in my personal CD collection
(around 20 and counting, slowly)
Kiss, always loved them always will!
Chris Isaac, he's piss funny as well as a great musician,
Elvis, awesome singer and an intriguing individual
Some mixed Country/Western (OK I'm a dork, sue me!)
Frank Sinatra, Tom Jones, just love the sounds these bloke s make with their mouths, if you could sing like them you would pull chicks left right and centre!
I also have a few Kevin Bloody Wilson CD's, always good for a
Cant stand Rap and the crap these young knuckleheads pump out of thier cars in front of my factory everyday at deafining levels!
Posted 14 March 2003 - 11:48 PM
Talking about music, my Sisters boss is a mate of a Guy who is a
big knob with the Rolling Stones. He rang her and asked her to
come to a concert but she said she couldnt as she had other plans
that night. He begged her to drop in for a little while so she
agreed. When she got there 1/2 late, she was given a back stage
pass and when she met the Guy she was supposed to meet there, he
said 'Pity you wernt here 10 minutes ago, you could have met
the boys...why don't you step out on Stage and have a
look!' So she goes to the edge of the Stage, the Stones are
going off, Mick Jaggers 10 feet away from her singing Angie and
40,000 people are screaming and singing!
Unbelieveable! She reckons it was a real buzz.
She had to go so the guy told her, 'Anytime, Anywhere in the World the Stones are playing, you just come to the stage enterance, mention my name and you can come in and meet the band and stay for the party!'
She's a Freak!!!!!!!!!!
Posted 15 March 2003 - 12:32 AM
You would probably like Eric Johnson too I would think?
Yes, I do, but he gets a little sterile sometimes, for my tastes.
I don't concider my taste eclectic as I think most people would get into a wide range of music if they had the opportunity. I'm just interested in the quality. If I see value in something, I don't care what sort of music it is or who it is by.
Posted 15 March 2003 - 01:33 AM
well if youre gunna mention eric johnson and steve vai you might as well chuck joe satriani in as well...my collection ranges from audioslave to the tea party, gary moore, incubus, pearl jam, jack johnson, sum 41...its all good
pretty much everything except most pop and techno :evil:
Posted 15 March 2003 - 02:16 AM
-has'nt Marshal Mathers hit a nerve with his lyrics,sign of the times and he's taken all before him no 1 album,singles,film.just goes to show if you can put to music what most people are feeling succes will follow -
think it really shows that you can sell a lot of shite to people / kids if you market it well and he is a big load of absolute shite!!!
Posted 15 March 2003 - 02:24 AM
bebox, would be good to meet all those stars just to get the cast off's the boys didnt want! :twisted:
Posted 15 March 2003 - 04:18 AM
yeh and there were plenty of those! Old Gene Simmons was trying his hardest with a few of our staff...yikes!
Posted 15 March 2003 - 05:25 AM
Any Concrete Blonde fans out there? They may just be one the most underrated acts of all time.
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