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mijj
post Jul 28 2002, 17:14
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BTW: mijj has a hell of a great taste for music!


... why - thanks, rj - but it's not suprising you think that given your choice of avatar.


hmmm ... let's break up the relentless tasteful music with ...

Adam Faith - Lonely Pup (In a Christmas Shop).mp3


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mijj
post Jul 28 2002, 18:01
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... followed by ...

Joy of a Toy - 07 - Kevin Ayers and the Whole World - Elanor's Cake (Which Ate Her).mp3


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rjamorim
post Jul 29 2002, 00:27
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The Wallflowers - One Headlight.

Will be followed by Yasunori Mitsuda - Scars Left By Time.


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post Jul 29 2002, 02:18
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Electronic Concept Orchestra, "Electric Love" (ca. 1969), turntable thru my Technics preamp into the PC's soundcard, back out thru a pair of Grado SR-60's.

http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=A3s9ds36ba39g

It's "easy listening" space music played with Moog synthesizers... so sue me... laugh.gif :listen:


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post Jul 30 2002, 13:49
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It's 5:40 am, I can't sleep, and I'm listening to Merzbow - Amlux. Before that I was listening to Arcturus - Sham Mirrors, and before that I was listening to Bernd Steidl - Psychoacoustic Overture.

Next in my playlist: Solefald - Pills Against The Ageless Ills, The Great Deceiver - A Venom Well Designed, Ulver - Themes From William Blake's "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell", A Murder of Angels - in the air, and finally Thorns - Thorns.
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post Jul 30 2002, 15:56
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Yo-Yo Ma - Bach -04- Suite No. 2 S1008, IV. Sarabande.aac (Thanks, wildboar)


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post Jul 30 2002, 17:20
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It's 5:40 am, I can't sleep, and I'm listening to Merzbow - Amlux.


Sorry Dibbie, but by that display of musical preference I have hereby personally marked you as having a totally bonkers taste in music. It's not only ecclectic, it's outright nuts. Take it as a compliment biggrin.gif

NP: Eddie Izzard - Empires (from "Dress To Kill")
"Then the 30'es; Hitler, Checkoslovakia, Poland, France, 2nd World War, Russian front...Not a good idea! Hitler never played Risk when he was a kid. Cause we KNOW it was impossible to hold on to that Asia/Eastern Europe area in Risk. Seven extra men. We've all played it. Seven extra men at the beginning of every go for that Asia bit, but you could never hold it, could you? Azerbadjan would fuck off somewhere, then fucking Siberia..Come on Ukraine, hang on there...fuck it"

(Standup doesn't translate well into writing)

Will be followed by
Bontempo - Bespin (The Betrayal) and
Joe Satriani - What Breaks A Heart (from "Strange Beautiful Music")
and the rest of "Strange Beautiful Music"
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post Jul 31 2002, 02:20
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9:30 PM

Ice cold beer (Rolling Rock)
listening to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Shake 'N Bake
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post Jul 31 2002, 02:33
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Black Sabbath - Hand Of Doom
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post Jul 31 2002, 03:18
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Voodoo & Serano - Blood Is Pumpin'
Voodoo & Serano - This Is Acid
Voodoo & Serano - Slide To The Vibe
Voodoo & Serano - When I Rock


If you're a fan of hard trance music, you simply MUST buy their new "Cold Blood" album.
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mijj
post Aug 1 2002, 20:39
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... time to relax with some soothing poetry ...

Twat (single) (vinyl) (raw) - 01 - John Cooper Clarke - Twat.ape


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post Aug 1 2002, 20:49
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Rammstein-Mutter, I'm feeling dark tonight
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post Aug 1 2002, 22:20
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QUOTE
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Black Sabbath - Hand Of Doom


Excellent Selection

Rush - Tom Sawer
Hell....I'm listening to the whole CD Moving Picture
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post Aug 3 2002, 02:16
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Red Hot Chili Peppers - The Power of Equality.mp3
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Cheers everyone!
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post Aug 27 2002, 00:49
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The Three Degrees - Nigai Namida
Irene Cara - Fame
The 1910 Fruitgum Co. - Bubble Gum World
Miki Hirayama - Mandarin Palace


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post Aug 27 2002, 01:06
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Dave Matthews Band - Seek Up

(2002-07-18 Tweeter Center - Camden, NJ)

shn format.. damn those stubborn dmb traders tongue.gif


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post Aug 27 2002, 01:08
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David Gilmour - Mihalis


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post Aug 27 2002, 01:37
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Right now I am listening to the new Oasis CD I picked up a few days ago that came out back on July 2 ("Heathen Chemistry"). Noel show's that he can still write a set of stylish song's that are catchy and yet physchodelic as in "Force Of Nature", while sticking with the acoustically sound fit of "She Is Love". Noel also gives us a taste of Beatlemania in "Stop Crying Your Heart Out". Gem Archer show's us some rather elogant guitar work in "Hung In A Bad Place". Andy Bell delivers some nice instrumental insight in "A Quick Peep".Overall the highlight of the CD though is Liam's ability to be able to be able to write a mid placed melodic song in that off "Songbird" and show off his Lennon flavored vocals in "Born On A Different Cloud". Overall the whole CD is definitly well worth the trip.


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post Aug 27 2002, 01:57
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tonight:
Godspeed You Black Emperor - Lift yr. Skinny fists like antennas to heaven!
Sigur Ros - Agaetis Byrjun


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post Aug 27 2002, 04:35
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Holly Cole Trio. Piano, female voice(incredible),and a stand up bass.

Title - Talk to Me Baby

PS This is an unbelievably good reference recording. The naked voice and piano will reveal flaws quickly in poorly designed systems.
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post Aug 27 2002, 04:50
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Pink Floyd's Animals, argueably their most under-rated album. It is encoded as MPC --standard, of course biggrin.gif
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post Aug 27 2002, 05:04
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QUOTE (Cygnus X1 @ Aug 27 2002, 12:50 AM)
Pink Floyd's Animals, argueably their most under-rated album. It is encoded as MPC --standard, of course  biggrin.gif

Heh. I would believe Ummagumma and The Final Cut are their most underrated. (Of course, I'm not counting More... and Obscured by Clouds)

I love Animals anyway. Specially the cover. biggrin.gif


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post Aug 31 2002, 16:24
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post Aug 31 2002, 19:27
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Just a few of the names/tracks that occupy my playlist most of the times:

Godspeed You Black Emperor
Do Make Say Think
Rachel's
A Silver Mt. Zion
The Sound/Adrian Borland
Hungry Ghosts
Archive
Interpol - Hands Away
Dirty Three - I Remember A Time When Once You Used To Love Me
Dead Can Dance - Don't Fade Away/Sacrifice/Sanvean
Goran Sollscher - Because (Beatles interpretation)
Spain - Every Time I Try
Perry Blake - This Time Is Goodbye
Ozymandias - Depression
Autumn - Sensuous Rainfall
Arco - All This World
Craig Armstrong - This Love/Let's Go Out Tonight
Morcheeba - Over And Over
Shawn Phillips - She Was Waiting For Her Mother At The Station In Torino And You Know I Love You Baby But It's Getting Too Heavy To Laugh (Woman)
Sin - The Crawl (Placebo cover)

Damn...there are to many to mention rolleyes.gif

Whatever comes from ECM, 4AD, Kranky, Constellation, Tzadik, Projekt, World Serpent, Prikosnovenie, Clairecords, Acuarela, Dreamy Records, City Slang, Matador, Che, Morr, Warp, Mute, Drag City and some others is welcome.
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post Aug 31 2002, 19:43
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Dave Matthews Band - Halloween


guess it'll be some Built To Spill afterwards..


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