11 jun 2012, 19:12 av AliGuz
16 apr 2012, 19:42 av deadevil13These are my wonderful discoveries of 2012. Some are new to the industry, some are old, some are forgotten - the main fact here is I found them... this year; and I think they are AWESOME! So take a dip check em out.
Organized simply A-Z, general categories!
New year, new list. Here goes - just like the old ones, A-Z, basic sorting and links links links.
Previous Years: 2011
Following Years: 2013
Lianne La Havas
Pete Rock & CL Smooth
Pye Corner Audio
Tyler, the Creator
24 apr 2011, 20:08 av brknghstgamesThu 21 Apr – Paul Simon
A near perfect show. Paul Simon sounded great, doing beautiful takes on Sound of Silence, Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes, and Hearts and Bones. The 8 member band were always in sync, and the sound in the theater was amazing.
With the exception of the notable absences of Graceland and You Can Call Me Al from the set list, it was an excellent show. The new album tracks sounded good, and were mixed into the set list well.
18 aug 2010, 16:42 av thomas101985
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1 Madonna - Into the Groove
2 U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
3 The Cure - Close to Me
4 ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin'
5 Killing Joke - Love Like Blood
6 Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill
7 The Jesus and Mary Chain - Just Like Honey
8 The Cult - She Sells Sanctuary
9 U.S.A. for Africa - We Are the World
10 Don Henley - The Boys Of Summer
Live Aid (07/13/1985)
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10 nov 2009, 21:17 av gshizzyand I'm going to put it on cassette soon. It looks like this:
Les Champs Elysees
Where Do You Go to (My Lovely)
(Nothing But) Flowers
You Can Call Me Al
The Red The White The Black The Blue
A Good Year
Up Up Up
Broken Broken Broken Heart
What We Did Wrong
A Summer Song
I Am Waiting
the sea is a good place to think about the future
To Get to Sleep
I miss cassettes
11 jun 2009, 05:02 av snoopypez1. What's your favorite song by 15?
I apparently don't have a 15! I have two 14s, though. If you go by.. whatever, though, it would be Here (In Your Arms)
2. How did you get into 20?
(Bloc Party) Uh. I don't actually know, but it probably involves somehow hearing my number one track someplace.
3. Who is your favorite member in 1?
HEEE. Hi, Hugh Dillon!
4. What’s your favorite lyric bit by 29?
Don't have a twenty-nine! Which is good, cause I dunno.
5. Have you ever seen 22 live?
Hans Zimmer? Yeah, not so much.
6. What's your favorite album from 10?
Oooo. That's a hard question. Probbbbbably.. This Business of Art. Yep.
7. Do you own any merchandise from 3?
(Green Day) Besides the CDs? um.. I think I have stickers or something. Wow, I'm kinda shocked that I don't have a shirt or poster or anything.
8. What is a good memory you have of 7?
HAHAHA! um, since my number 7 artist is Stephen Colbert, I don't think I can answer this question in less than 50 million words.
18 mar 2009, 15:58 av RedDeathSummeerrraaahhh is coming!
A last.fm playlist for this list so far can be found here!
In May 2006 I posted a journal entry to start a list of great summer songs (or see list below).
You know the type, glorious songs that celebrate the sun, the fun, the adventure, the love, the drinking, the new friends, the lazing, the bathing, the sweating and the sheer joy you get when the sun decides to show it's bloody face!
Now, March 2009 in London town the weather is once again starting to shine and I'm getting in a SPRING kind of mood, which reminded me of this list!
Since 3 years have passed there are plenty of great songs over this time that could be added to this list! Also, revising this one I made ... err ... I think my tastes have moved on a little, so some will have to go! (Sugar Ray?!)
I'm slowly going to add new tracks. Get involved!!
New additions (so far!)
Warm Heart Of Africa - The Very Best
....Pressure Drop - Toots and the Maytals
7 jul 2008, 21:10 av doomorniesome old dancing people in Let's Dance by David Bowie or dreaming about only roller-skates on bodies in Rock DJ by Robbie Williams
Alanis Morissette's clones in Ironic or low Paul Simon (Al) and his a little bit high friend in You Can Call Me Al
the Gorillaz's concert at the graveyard in Clint Eastwood or nice animals, Jamiroquai's companions, in Virtual Insanity
the French show realizationed by Christina, Pink, Mya, Lil Kim in Lady Marmalade or a legend at the baroque table - Johnny Cash Hurt
the caricatured Polish boysband by T.Love in Chłopaki nie płaczą or The Prodigy which visit the Nostromo in Firestarter
the red embodiment of Lenny Kravitz in Are You Gonna Go My Way or a fairy tale about Prince Charming which tell us Adam and the Ants
funny OutKast's fingers in Hey Ya or sexy girls who are Crazy with Aerosmith
fallen angels in Losing My Religion by R.E.M. or weird clothes of Kylie Minogue from her Can't Get You Out of My Head
14 maj 2008, 04:07 av tadmasterSome stories are magical, meant to be sung
Song from the mouth of the river
When the world was young
And all of these spirit voices rule the night
It is hard for me to be moved by poetry. I'm just a little too cynical, and a little too leery of pretty words and images. I find beauty in the broken and the deformed things (see the first Lb4Lb review for proof of that), and tend not to be easily impressed by the flowery or the openly sentimental.
So when I tell you that an album is unapologetically beautiful, deeply moving, and still complex and fascinating after nearly twenty years on my "play often" list, you have to know it is full of powerful stuff.
Soon our fortunes will be made, my darling
And we will leave this loathsome little town
I discovered Paul Simon's world famous Graceland album near the end of my high school days, and literally wore my first cassette copy out in my car stereo before I graduated.
26 feb 2008, 19:15 av pflorianaIn relation to this.
Some notes about the songs I chose:
1. Better Than: I just love this song, it cheers me up when I am down and indulges me when I am happy;
2. Steal My Kisses: lighthearted lovesong, incredible bass line, and more, it is the first Ben Harper song I ever listened to.
3. Let's Get It On: not much to say, beautiful song, sometimes I imagine life itself being as straightforward and intriguing at the same time as this song is.
4. Sledgehammer: all you do is call me, I'll be anything you need; perfection.
5. Straight To My Heart: definitely my favourite Sting song; every time I listen to it I hear something new, maybe a little thing in between the notes, and I never get tired of it.
6. You Can Call Me Al: I love the way Paul Simon sings his loaded verses, I feel reassured by the chorus and those keyboards don't bore me at all!
7. Something Beautiful: sometimes a pop hitsong like this can make it to the heart of my ears…