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The New "What Song Are You Listening To?" Thread


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Jammin' Thursday!!!


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Funk Friday my People!!!

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It turns FANTASTIC at 2:41.

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Saturday morning wakeup with Prancing Freddie Mercury



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Electric Guest - The Head I Hold



This song reminds me of a Smokey Robinson jam with contemporary appeal

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Sapphire by Andy Hunter.

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Lazarus by Porcupine Tree.



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90's all day today.

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And, of course, the "classic" version:



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Just discovered Old Crow Medicine Show:



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I had to go back to check to see who posted the Circle Jerks. nice.

I like Nelly Furtado's song "parking lot". She has been on a lot of shows lately doing that one for late night and morning television to promote her new album.

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I've been crazy for Mumford and Son lately. WHY? I dunno.

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I've been crazy for Mumford and Son lately. WHY? I dunno.


Me, too. I got into them and Edward Sharpe at the same time, two really great bands. Currently listening to:

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Such a good album, I've been listening to it a lot the last couple weeks.
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Been on a Hank III kick lately.

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I listened to Hank Williams' "There's a tear in my beer." for 8 hours straight once. I can't listen no more!

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From the songwriting and producer's standpoint this is a perfect recording:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwThVQTNeAo


Twenty men had tried to take him, twenty men had made a slip, twenty one would be the ranger with the big iron on his hip.

Martry Robbins was an excellent singer. He executes the western style croon perfectly, and the tight harmonies bring it home predicting the Statler Brothers. The thumping rythmn section keeps the pace as we hear the chilling tale of the stoic Arizona Ranger and his stand against the vicious outlaw Texas Red. The succinct wording never lags for a second and every lyric rings clear with a snappy, tight delay on the production. Clever choices of wording like "Texas Red had not cleared leather 'fore a bullet fairly ripped" quickly paint vivid imagery and the effortless hook sets it far apart from your standard country tune of the time. I love the goofy noodling lead guitar taking a backseat, like some dude in the back of the session is just jamming away. I'm sort of ashamed to say I found this song in a video game. I never took much notice of Marty Robbins before, as I sort of lumped him in with the other 50s and 60s crooners like Hank Snow and Jim Reeves, but I'm going to look more closely at this guy. I actually try not to listen to this song because it ends up on repeat, and then I can't stop...

Edited by bodega, 08 November 2012 - 03:32 PM.


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Cause I can never remember the name of this song! Best break up song after the moment evar!



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