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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by blowtorch, Feb 9, 2015.
Foo Fighters- Long road to Ruin
Could be WAY worse
Melt with you, Modern English. Bit of a classic alternative/new wave playlist at work earlier this morning.
After watching two Queen documentaries on the BBC over the weekend I've got "Now I'm here" stuck in my head.
MJ - Girlfriend
Two are bouncing around in mine today:
The Kills, Last Day of Magic:
...and The Jayhawks, Blue:
"Crazy Fingers" from the Grateful Dead
Little Ride - by me.
ux4484, one of my bands opened for The Kills, years back. MTV-2 was there filming and our inexperienced bass player broke a string, no backup instrument. It was possibly the biggest gig of our shortish band life, and we blew it
Jayhawks Blue is always nice to have stuck in your head
Tinnitus in the key of A minor.
You Angel You - Bob Dylan with The Band
For the last few days, it has been "Little By Little" by Dusty Springfield. In second place is T-Bone Walker's "Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong."
The difference is that I have actually listened to T-Bone for the last few days. But I haven't heard Dusty's song in maybe 25 years.
Dream Theater, live version of "Along for the ride" off their most recent album...
blowtorch, I'll bet it was something other than a G string too ('cause you can live without that on a bass easily (unless you're slapping/popping)).
So, you kissed fame through glass eh?
I love Alison Mosshart's voice, it has this low-end jagged edge that counters how sweet she can sound. Combined with Jamie's buzz saw off kilter-tuned playing... It just makes me smile to know that they exist.
Streets of Bakersfield
I guess because I just saw a post from someone from Bakersfield and the title of one of the threads I just saw is about Dwight Yoakam.
Now it's the Top Gun Anthem by Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens.
I was just listening to this a couple of minutes ago. One of Steve's greatest moments!
I hate to admit it, but Sweet Home, Alabama. I was working on a demo track of the song all weekend and it's running in the background of my brain non-stop.
there is nothing in my head
Creep by Radiohead and Come Down by Bush. I've been thinking of adding them to our set and have been playing them a lot at home.
Nothing to be ashamed about. That song has obvious earworm qualities.