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Re: Music

Postby co90921 » Thu, 09Apr30 23:16

shark wrote :
Yeah!!!! ELP are great. Once, I have thought of using " The Sheriff " music for a game, but I did not dare ...


Shark:

Sheriff was on their great album: Trilogy. Early 1970s.
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Re: Music

Postby co90921 » Thu, 09Apr30 23:19

"certainly, you like also Rick Wakeman... "

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Re: Music

Postby shark » Thu, 09Apr30 23:27

I see some who are searching in their drawers to try to find a old "trip"
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Re: Music

Postby co90921 » Thu, 09Apr30 23:29

shark wrote : I see some who are searching in their drawers to try to find a old "trip"


That would depend on what your definition of "old trip" is.....
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Re: Music

Postby shark » Thu, 09Apr30 23:35

"Lucy in the sky with diamond" was also played by Frank Zappa
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Re: Music

Postby co90921 » Thu, 09Apr30 23:49

shark wrote : "Lucy in the sky with diamond" was also played by Frank Zappa


Also by Bono of U2 and Elton John in addition to the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
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Re: Music

Postby Tjommi » Fri, 09May01 03:08

Thanks on the update on Michelle Branch, sounds very interesting I'll check it out.
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Re: Music

Postby qbv8 » Fri, 09May01 19:10

For those lagooners having access to 3SAT TV program: today they send non-stop live concerts (each one 45-60 minutes) for 24 hours, starting at 6:00 this morning. Currently we hear Foreigner, this morning we already had Genesis, AC/DC, Lenny Kravitz, Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, David Gilmour, Eric Clapton, ZZ Top, and others.

Today there will also be concerts by Genesis, Queen, Tina Turner, and the hot chicks come after midnight: Madonna (Confessions on a dance floor), Kylie Minogue, Christina Aguilera, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and others

For details see http://www.3sat.de/musik/114346/index.html
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Re: Music

Postby GBD » Sat, 09May02 01:55

I am really telling my age with this post. I remember watching "The Hit Parade" on NBC (The only channel we could get with an oudoor antenna - cable wasn't here yet - and getting upset when "The Unchained Melody" replaced "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" as #1 after 20 some-odd weeks. I remember seeing Elvis Presley on "The Ed Sullivan Show". It was on a Sunday evening and there were no girls under 25 in any of the churches that evening. I watched and danced to "Roy Orbison and The Wink Westerners" (later the "Teen Kings")live at dances in my home to every Friday night. He grew up and lived 25 miles away. I later got to see "Buddy Holly and The Crickets" live. Johnny Horton "Battle of New Orleans" played a homecoming street dance in front of my dad's furniture store and I got to talk to him alot during breaks.
Now for what I like: Classical music especially Beethoven, Smetana, Mozart, etc.; The Corrs; ABBA; Enya; 30's and 40's Swing Band's (Dorsey's, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington); 50's and 60's Rock & Roll; Badfinger, The Moody Blues, 3 Dog Night, Credence Clearwater Revival, Dave Brubeck Quartet. What a helluva mix!
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Re: Music

Postby Hey Chief!!! » Sat, 09May02 06:21

Now I know I'm old! GBD nailed the bands & music I enjoy most.
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Re: Music

Postby MC_Sadist » Sat, 09May02 07:04

Psychedelic rock mostly, but a lot of hip-hop, reggae, dub, breakcore, really anything that sounds good on my regular acid trips. :)

BTW, acid rock + Sharks Lagoon games + LSD = win.
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Re: Music

Postby co90921 » Sat, 09May02 10:12

GBD & wmabie:

I am not too far behind you guys either. I remember watching "The Ed Sullivan Show" one Sunday night to see The Beatles. I remember one day in school, one of my friends was sent home because he wore a Beatles shirt.

Not to change the subject matter too much...I also remember watching on television one of the first "Color" TV shows, Bonanza. We went to a friend's house to watch it because they owned one of the first color television sets in my neighborhood. Bonanza was also shown on....Sunday night.
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Re: Music

Postby Mimailia » Sat, 09May02 15:07

The Dave Clark Five, never missed them on Sullivan. Saw Herman's Hermits at the state fair.

Oh, and about everything else GBD mentioned. Especially Glenn Miller. And speaking of Miller, Sing Along With Mitch - Loved that bouncing ball!

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Re: Music

Postby luke » Thu, 09May07 02:24

From some years, i'm earing metal, but i also like progressive rock. Here is my "playlist"
Dream Theater (prog metal)
Opeth (death prog metal) i just discover this band
Nightwish (symphonic metal)
Metallica (thrash metal)
Porcupine Tree (psychedelic rock early, prog metal now)
Lacuna coil (gothic metal)

And also, the pioneers : Genesis, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, The Doors...

And some french groups, like Dolly or Dionysos

And many others... i'm very eclectic
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Re: Music

Postby Cathare » Sat, 09May09 07:59

I like all kind of music but mostly prog. I'm hooked on Gentle Giant, Alan Parsons and The Strawbs (even more so since they came to Montréal last month).
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