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What have you been listening to lately?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by zachoff, Dec 26, 2012.


  1. For some reason I've really gotten into honky tonk sorta Texas country the last couple years. Started w/ Townes Van Zandt and now it's moved on to guys like Ryan Bingham, John Prine, Hayes Carll, Robert Earl Keen, Guy Clark... It's nuts, man. I've been a punk rock/metal guy my whole life and always hated (and I mean hated) country... Damn near as much as dance music, but not quite. Anyway, that's it. Totally getting into country now and it's weird. Good, but weird.
     
  2. fmoore200

    fmoore200

    Mar 22, 2011
    NYC
    Cool, bro! I don't much care for country music, but can totally dig branching out to "foreign" music. :bassist:
     
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  4. fjadams

    fjadams

    Jun 7, 2011
    Lincoln, NE
    Try The Derailers and Jason and the Scorchers.


    Maybe Hank Williams III or Deertick.
     
  5. I've been listening to Led Zeppelin lately. I found their 4 CD box set really cheap last week.
     
  6. Trayster2

    Trayster2

    Aug 13, 2012
    Palm Coast, FL
    Lately, I've been wanting to check out Yes. Any good places to start?
     
  7. tdoody

    tdoody

    Sep 5, 2008
    bill evans trio.
     
  8. lbanks

    lbanks

    Jul 17, 2003
    Ennui, IN USA
  9. geoff_in_nc

    geoff_in_nc Supporting Member

    Dec 13, 2008
    Raleigh, NC
    Personally... there's no better place to start than Yessongs.
     
  10. NYCbassist

    NYCbassist Supporting Member

    I recently got into The Who. I have learned almost every song I can find by them. Extremely fun on The RIC.

    Yes Fragile. Learn to play south side of the sky. You'll be glad you did. Then try Long Distance.:D
     
  11. Trayster2

    Trayster2

    Aug 13, 2012
    Palm Coast, FL
  12. Jothabass

    Jothabass

    Jul 18, 2009
    Union, NJ
    Abba... Mr. Gunnarsson it's an incredible player!!!

    And loooooots of Latin jazz too.., cant wait to see Michel Camilo with Anthony Jackson and El Negro Hernandez here in NY!!!
     
  13. Captain Beyond.
     
  14. nortonrider

    nortonrider

    Nov 20, 2007
    COLORADO
    Los Lonely Boys

    A very talented trio!
     
  15. canopener

    canopener

    Sep 15, 2003
    Isle of Lucy
    Thin Lizzy. As always.
     
  16. Hamlet7768

    Hamlet7768 Here to chew gum and rock. Still have gum.

    Jun 5, 2011
    Fragile all the way. Close to the Edge if you have time. Awaken and Sound Chaser are great songs I like in relative isolation (I'm not as much a Yes fan as others).

    As for myself, I'm getting into Type O Negative again, along with more Fates Warning and some Dave Brubeck. Can't get enough of the drum solo on Take Five!
     
  17. I absolutely LOVE The Meantraitors' "Psychobilly Land" album, although the singer sounds like a cross between Peewee Herman and Spongebob.
     
  18. Something awful has happened recently, so I've been listening to a lot of Dead Meadow and early Pink Floyd for some mellow escapism. Particularly Dead Meadow's Feathers album.
     
  19. cdef

    cdef

    Jul 18, 2003
    NET
    Scott Walker's new album Bish Bosch. Not exactly what you'd call easy listening, and I can quite see the point of those who deem it a pinnacle of artsy-fartsy pretentiousness. I still like it, because of 1) the free-ranging semantic and sonic imagination, 2) the subliminal humor, and 3) the recorded sound.
     
  20. Marial

    Marial They make pills for that, right? Gold Supporting Member

    Apr 8, 2011
    Emerald City
    Sera Cahoone
    Cracow Klezmer Band
    Musica Nuda
    Dwight Yoakam
    David Byrne
     
  21. SlowMike

    SlowMike

    Nov 28, 2012
    Miles Davis - Kind of Blue (hat tip to TBers for suggesting this to other people curious about jazz)

    Trying to hear what the big deal "real jazz" is all about. So far I really like listening to it (love So What and All Blues) although I probably have no idea what's going on musically. "OK here's the deal, we start off with a catchy tune, then you, tenor sax guy, play a solo, then it's my turn, then the alto sax guy goes, and finally the cat playing the piano takes a shot." Seems as formulaic as your average rock song even if the music itself is way over my head right now.
     



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