What songs are you listening now?

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Hero
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(You don't know the artist even if I tell you:tongue2:)
 
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"Heroes" by David Bowie, perhaps?
Great song.
 
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Animate- Rush
 
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Hungarian rhapsody no 14 - Franz Liszt
 
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I've been listening to Jethro Tull lately. Last night I listened to ablums "Thick as a Brick" and "Minstrel in the Gallery". I was recently listening to ablums "Stand Up" and "Benefit".

I saw Tull in concert a few times during the 1970's. Always excellent concerts.

Ian Anderson and JT are in a class by themselves.
 
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The Black Album: Metallica
can't stop listening to Enter Sandman :biggrin:
 
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Right now, Muddy Waters. Next song, who knows? I've got a Sony 400 disk carousel player (most of the collection fits in there) and leave it set on "Shuffle". Next song could be by Marc Cohn, Sweethearts of the Rodeo, Clapton, Taj Mahal, Keb' Mo', Robben Ford, Traffic, Allman Bros, Riders in the Sky, Leon Redbone, Led Zep, Satriani, Vai, the Johnsons (Eric or Robert), Reba, Vince Gill, Aerosmith, ZZTop, AC/DC.... There's no Rap or Opera in my collection, but there's a little of everything else.
 
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Astronuc said:
I saw Tull in concert a few times during the 1970's. Always excellent concerts.
I saw them on the kickoff of the Aqualung Tour (being in the very northeast corner of the country, Maine got a lot of kick-off performances when I was in college). Anderson threw his flute in the air, spun around once like a baton-twirler and missed the catch. This was apparently not the first time that he blew that move, because a well-prepared roadie tossed him another flute very promptly.
 
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turbo-1 said:
I saw them on the kickoff of the Aqualung Tour (being in the very northeast corner of the country, Maine got a lot of kick-off performances when I was in college). Anderson threw his flute in the air, spun around once like a baton-twirler and missed the catch. This was apparently not the first time that he blew that move, because a well-prepared roadie tossed him another flute very promptly.
I think I heard about that. He caught it in Houston. :rofl: One of Martin Barre's guitars was stolen at the beginning of the show. I think it was returned some days later.

Even after 40 years, The Tull are still going strong and are currently on a lengthy tour of the UK. Locally, the band are playing Bristol's Colston Hall on 16th March.
BBC.

Jethro Tull - The Aqualung Tour

Excerpted from the BBC and edited - Jethro Tull played Birmingham's Symphony Hall on 2nd March, 2006. They apparetly played the entire Aqualung Album in the set, along with the classics and some of the less well known songs.

Ian and Martin are still going strong!
 
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Brain Damage. If you don't know who wrote it you have no taste in music
 
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rolling stones - always suffering

P.S - About 2 years ago, there was a song I heard many times while sitting in a car. Guy sang about his father, slow rhytm, sad but nice song. I've never gotten to know the title of it, anyone knows what I am talking about? This song was quite famous.
 
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that description's a little vague...no more details?
 
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I know, don't know much about that song. All I know is that that guy sang about his father, like he died. It was many times on the radio and music top lists, besides this, I know nothing about it. I'd really like to have that song, though I know nearly nothing about it.
 
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While I still haven't figured out what I did--thanks
 
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yomamma said:
While I still haven't figured out what I did--thanks
Your inspiration, I believe. :biggrin: Maybe heartless thought - what would yomamma do?
 
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Eminem and Nate Dogg - Shake That.
 
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Weezer - In the Garage
 
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Boogie Down Productions - Poetry
 
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The new song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dani California! :biggrin:

Hmmm, hey mattmns, give me some classic songs. I have been looking for some. I have some RUN DMC stuff, but I need to find some more. Give me suggestions.
 
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Not listening to anything currently but I think the last thing I listened to was Soul Coughing, the Ruby Vroom album.
 
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Well if you want some classic rap from the late 80s check out the following:

--Eric B and Rakim - Paid In Full, and Follow The Leader (imo, Paid in Full is the greatest hip-hop/rap album ever.)
--Boogie Down Productions (BDP) - Criminal Minded, and if you like that, By All Means Necessary (If you want a phyiscal copy of Criminal Minded then you should grab a copy at amazon.com quick, because it is somewhat difficulty to get as it goes in and out of production. Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00005QDCC/?tag=pfamazon01-20 )
--Ultramagnetic MCs - Critical Beatdown
--Big Daddy Kane - Long live the Kane and It's a Big Daddy Thing

I would start off with Paid in Full for sure, and if you can, at least get the First album I listed from each group/artist.

Ohh, Cryus I am not sure if you wanted songs or whole albums. Either way, pretty much every song on each album I listed is a classic.
 
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