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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by MAJOR METAL, Oct 5, 2005.
Stone Temple Pilots " Tiny Music" and alot of U2.
How About you?
I always like to listen to great live albums in the dark or dim light, don't know why!....a few favorites among many are "Rolling Thunder 1975", Bob Dylan (great bass playing by Rob Stoner!) - "Live" Bob Marley, "Get Yer Ya's Ya's Out", The Stones - "Live at Folsom", Johnny Cash....and the list goes on
Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse of Reason
Sara McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstacy
NIN - The Downward Spiral
Michael Manring - Soliloquy
Black Sabbath - Anything with Ozzy
Tool - Lateralus
Led Zepplin - IV
I really like listening to mellow music in the dark. Here are some examples:
Sigur Rós - Ágætis Byrjun, ()
Esthero - Breath From Another
Emilíana Torrini - Fisheman's Wife
Nightmares on Wax - Smoker's Delight
I listen to a lot of music in the dark.....BTW is that with or without pants?
Best of Roy Orbison.
Nine Inch Nails - All albums, night or day, anywhere.
Driving at night is different than sitting at home in the dark but....
Deftones - Adrenaline
Demian Jurado - Rehersals for Departure
Portishead - Any
Medeski Martin and Wood - Cumbustication
lots others I guess.
Actually last night was Eberhard Weber's Fluid Rustle and Buckethead's Colma albums....with pants
With my pant on,
Coltrane, A love Supreme
Sade, Stronger Than Pride.
what kind of dark?
candles & clove smoke dark:
pretty much any kind of bebop
bauhausy-type stuff like sousie sioux
midnight & 85 on the freeway dark:
in bed with the f-buddy dark:
led zep 2 & 3
lost in the woods on acid dark:
later zep, eg prescence
Mostly my own music when I'm just sitting around. Because that's usually when I'm working on my own music the most.
When I'm driving in the dark it's almost always jungle music, sometimes RnB though.
Dark with my cuddle friend, usually crazy breakbeat type avant garde chaos stuff
Chilling with the chums, usually something poppy and enjoyable
My Dying Bride "Like Gods of the Sun", Pink Floyd "The Wall" and various Opera.
Anything Tom Waits, fusion Miles Davis, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor.
alice in chains - dirt ... warning: you might get a little depressed
Aenima - Tool
Catch A Fire - Bob Marley
Grace - Jeff Buckley
Aphex Twin--Ambient Works Vol. 2
David Gray - The White Ladder
Tom Waits' "Bone Machine" and "Mule Variations"
Alec K. Redfearn & the Eyesores "Every man for himself and god against all"
Iron and Wine's "Our Endless Numbered Days" and "The Creek Drank the Cradle"
Anything that I really want to hear without distraction.
Most often classical.