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Old 04-12-2005, 12:13 PM
sohrab sohrab is offline
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Default Re: Bonjour everybody... :o)

oh hello viviane
i just did a google search
a lot of bands have their own websites
also if you use real player, then while the music is being played and if you're online then a lot of stuff about the bands, singers etc keeps streaming in
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Old 04-12-2005, 12:51 PM
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Default This Is A Man's Man's Man's World

hi all
i love many kind of music world, dub, elctro.....
but today i would love to download this
one song i love :This Is A Man's Man's Man's World from Jame brown
here u have a version live from THE RESISENTS here

here more about the Residents
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Old 04-12-2005, 02:44 PM
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Default Re: humour me...

It has been a while since I have played something to death. I guess the last CD to catch my attention like that was Let it Be, by the Replacements. This was probably eight years ago, and it was not a new CD at the time. After taking a number of years off listening to it, I can now go back and enjoy it completely again. Many years ago, the very first CD I bought was Sgt. Pepper's by the Beatles. As that was the one and only CD I had for a period of time, it got a lot of action too.
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Old 04-12-2005, 04:35 PM
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Default Re: humour me...

Ok, no CDs lately, this is the benefit (???) of carrying an Ipod or listening directly from my computer ripped MP3s from the Internet.
So here are the titles I kept playing on and on and on this week end
and in the subway :

1- Jack Johnson - "Never know", I'm even playing this one at work! my week's favorite

2- Frank Zappa - "Sexual Harassment at Work" (listening to Zappa is obvioulsy coming from Jorrit's photo : I started commenting and hen, hey that's been a long time I didn't put a Zappa record on... but mine were all vynils, so I add to go looking somewhere else ;)...

3- Steriogram "walkie talkie man", Jet "Cold hard bitch" Daft Punk "Digital Love"- I play these one on and on at the gym, great ass kickin'tunes for running or working out.

PS : Hmmh... I KNOW you're cheating Pup, in fact you've been intensively running "Barbie Girl" on your CD these times
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Old 04-12-2005, 04:42 PM
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Default Re: humour me...

"barbir girl"!!!!!
her luko you seem to be obsessed with this song..
you sure you're listening to jack johnson right now???
hehehe :)
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Old 04-12-2005, 04:44 PM
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Default to luko: jack johnson

don't you think he has the most amazing style of singing..????
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Old 04-12-2005, 04:47 PM
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Default Ah! Frank Zappa...

I remember a time when we listened Sheik Yerbouti all day! [and especially Jewish Princess] :o)
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Old 04-12-2005, 05:54 PM
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Default Re: humour me...

Niiiiice question, because I like to be inspired by others, books, music you name it.

The last one was actually Madredeus, because Isabel inserted a link, hmmmm, I love it.
Because of that I also listened to Kisia, a Fado singer as well. Got a copy of friends, and I can't find anything about her.
Then Fly inspired me with his last picture before he went to Thailand with a link to Susheela Raman, I had never heard of her before that, but I have one CD and a few MP3 now.
And finally, a recording of my own choir of the Maria vespers of Claudio Monteverdi,, unknown to you? (1567-1643), because it's sparkling music.

And then on and off Joan Armatrading, Bonnie Raitt, Van Morrison, KD Lang, JS Bach, etc.

I'll try to check out all the others.
Nice question.
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Old 04-12-2005, 06:08 PM
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Default Re: humour me...

I see everybody is listening to Anglo stuff
so here 's mine

1/ Brigitte Fontaine... an album named "morceaux de choix"
2/ Titi Robin and Gulabi Sapera .. A Breton guitarist and a Rajasthani singer..
3/ Lhasa, "the living road"... a American singer living in Montreal..great voice

Plus all the Indian CD's I have.. I kind of disagree with Sohrab here..
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Old 04-12-2005, 06:16 PM
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goood posting Lisan

the ones I always listen (and watch in DVD) to are:

- Depeche Mode, this I really like, specially Violator, Exciter and Ultra.

- Pink Floyd, this is the best to me, is the one I like the most.

- Santana, this guy is amazing, I would love to reach his age and still be so cool!

there are many more but I recurrently listen to these I mentioned.

K.
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