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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by UncleFluffy, Feb 6, 2013.
Aston Barrett - Cobra Style: Lost Productions - Cobra Style (Disco Mix)
Collected Works of John Dowland - Jakob Lindberg on the lute
I've been on a classical listening streak lately. Been discovering lots of oddball but Very cool instruments from the Rennaisance and Baroque periods. Bass player that I am, I've become totally fascinated by this beastie - a theorbo. Had about 100 years or so of popularity and then dropped out of sight for the next couple centuries. And, of course, JS Bach was one of the ultimate writers of bass lines. A lot of those pieces work well on the same instrument
Totally unrelated to the cover band we're working up right now, that's for sure
korn - Follow the leader... Most likely to be followed by some Oomph!
The Dead Weather - Horehound
Hard Headed Woman with The Charlie Daniels Band from the album Blues Hat.
oriental brothers band
it's not actually oriental but african... but a rocking taste of highlife either way
At this moment, Synaptic Plasticity by Blotted Science. Ridiculous (/awesome) stuff there.
Phineas & Ferb soundtrack- and it's not because I have little kids.
Speaking of little kids, the only thing playing for me right now is the sound of a fan blowing upstairs near my 1 yr old's baby monitor. It's still music to my ears though.
Back on topic. Earlier I pulled out the Yellow Jackets CD Like a River. I hadn't listened to it in a very long time. It's not something I want to put in every day, but it was a good listen today.
Pick Me I'm Clean - Frank Zappa
Sir Duke... one of the coolest ever Stevie songs.
King Crimson - Starless
B.B. King and John Lee Hooker doing "You Shook Me"
In Between the Lines EP - The Feud
And I'm going to try to learn In Between the Lines, tonight.
Next I will be trying to get into Sick Puppies any suggestions of where to start?
Autechre's new album, just out this week.