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Discussion in 'Music' started by Drizzt Do'Urden, Dec 21, 2004.
Indigo Girls - Midnight Train to Georgia
Queen! yesterday was freddy's bday!
1. Toby Keith "As Good As I Once Was"
Hehehe, that song ALWAYS makes me think of my dad. He loves it. Every time it comes on, he gets this goofy grin and chuckles.
I'm all over the place with my music... started out kickin it old school R&B (Ike and Tina Turner, Wilson Pickett etc) and now needed some more adrenaline so I switched over to Godsmack 1000 HP, Alice in Chains etc etc.
Keep the thread going, I love music as much as I do books!
Woke up fiesty...
<3 Kim Deal
● LA GRANDE SOPHIE - << Suzanne >>
ou par un autre prénom ....
The shot of the guitars lined up at 2:22 is gorgeous.
And it's also a pretty amazing cover.
Old school again today... it's Monday, needed a kick
Woahh Black Betty Bamalam!
Chancha Via Circuito, Sueno en Paraguay. Nice bit of chill, track doesn't start until twenty five seconds in.
Nothing to see here folks, just Ryan Adams and Johnny Depp covering Danzig's Mother.
I only looked at this video because it mentions Pentatonix (my favorite group) but this thing blew my socks off. If anyone finds a pair of blue and green argyles they're mine.
This song is 100% a'capela - very hard to believe. Every sound you hear was created by the human voice. This is a collaboration of five groups filmed and recorded at So-Jam, an a'capela festival.
You are the first person I have met that used "favorite band" and "Pentatonix" in the same breath, errr, phrase.
I know, I know, they're not mainstream yet but I think they could be. I've been following them since they appeared on the NBC Sing Off competition back in 2011 and won it. They have a lot going for them. For one thing they seem to be a good clean-cut group of kids. Personally I'm sick of all the recording artists who spend more time in detox or jails than in recording studios. I think a lot of people are starting to agree with me. They have become very well known due to their You Tube videos and their appearances have been sold out all over the world. At last check they have over a half billion You Tube views of their collective videos and have more subscriptions than Lady GaGa. Their sound and arrangements speak for themselves. I like em!
Alabama 3- u don't dans 2 tekno anymore.
It has a jolly country vibe but it's a bleak song that will strike a chord with old clubbers everywhere.
Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons", a wonderful piece.
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