Talk about music - songs/albums that you love, and the ones that you don't.|
Hi Cacouna! bring your music!
Heard this oldskool on my radio today -"Bounce Skate"
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_ ... unce+skate
(sounds like Rick James)
and this new song plays too -I dug up the clean version! "Hood Go Crazy"
sounds like "Cat Daddy" to me!
I saw a blip of Hall & Oates in Dublin.
he had his falsetto and sang a bunch of '70's tune including this one
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZawM4i_ ... awM4i_IjWU
you gotta love this one too!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oh2LWWO ... h2LWWORoiM
Bees is like an '80's tune! I like it!
I know this song since 1 year, but i prefere the "Hippie Sabotage Remix" (the most known in France). I love it in the end of parties, at the beginning of the morning
The best way to describe (saddely ?) the actual generation !
Er.. not yet
Too much ego, no respect for other or themselves... Teens of today are so weird that sometimes i feel like if i'm in a dystopia.. Anyway till friends are here
the modern days bring a greater selfishness...
I love the pic one the first song! sounds like Grandmaster Flash & Furious 5
the Doors, yeah. no God to me though.
I have concerts coming up!
@eltouffe So, I shared the Stupeflip Vite video with a few people, and we
but it is a great song!
You can hear the hip-hop, thug, coming through in the lovely French language!
and the video, so European!
I've really been getting into the tribute band scene with my photography.
Many of these bands have prompted me to listen to and download music from the bands they pay tribute to. For example, I've never really been a fan of Marilyn Manson. But a current (and I believe the only) L.A. based tribute to Marilyn Manson, known as Mechanical Manson, is SO INCREDIBLE!
I can't help but be reminded of how cool some of that music really is...so yeah, I'm now a fan.
the Beautiful People, the Beautiful People!
I liked some stuff from the '90's! He just maybe needed more original songs and less presentation.
but that's great your photography is doing well -music is a part of so much!
Just saw "Amy" - the Amy Winehouse documentary and the Nina Simone documentary "What happened Miss Simone?" on Netflix - I highly recommend music lovers to watch both. Both films have great insight into the creative process and struggles of being an artist. And of course, the music in both is amazing.
Go see Aretha! she'd be a legend to see. I do think her voice is suffering a bit these days, but she always had a rough voice. I've wanted to see her, never did!
@Giba - I really like that Zero 7 remix. "Destiny" is one of my favorite Zero 7 songs - actually it is how I discovered them and Sia.
I love this Zero 7 song below - Morning Song - it is a tad glum in the intro - but from 3:47 on - the instrumentals just stirs my soul. I will just play that part over and over - it just makes me happy. The entire song just literally plays like a morning when you start off groggy and grumpy and by time you've had your shower and coffee and are dressed and the sun is out and things start looking up. Just listen to 3:47 on if the intro is too slow -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yW6hDj1E-A
Yes please check out Zero 7 - it is mellow yet inspiring music - and comforting when I am in that ftw mode.
I recommend "in the waiting line" - it was in an sex & the city (sex & the city used a lot of Zero 7 songs in pivotal episodes; even some JAM songs were featured in episodes - "main vein" was in a really great episode about Miranda getting her sexy back post-baby. lol
Zero 7 songs I like from their "Simple Things" Album in addition to "destiny":
"in the waiting line" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jj6yXxVc21Y
" Likufanele" - has this afrocentric/ Roy Ayers vibe - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtBu7vGsGv8
"Spinning" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cis6zSt1Iyk Sia is just lovely on this song. Listening to it now.
But check out all their albums. Their entire albums just flow.
I mentioned "Somersault" featuring Sia on earlier post - love that song and many others on their "When it Falls" album.
@jolliefille I'll check yours out
Heard Daft Punk "Face to Face". Funny how the intro sounds familiar.
Q -Do Jam (Live) musicians criticize the mish/mash, cut & paste music of Daft Punk?
or do they appreciate the results regardless?
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