What is your opinion of the A.J. Pierzynski signing?
MJH on accountability
I know most people on here like Hip Hop but i was wondering what other kind of music do people on hear like? Maybe i find something i like too
bahahaha i could say the EXACT SAME thing about you
Personally I don't like hip hop. I like Texas Country like Johnny Cooper and Reckless Kelly. Also love the classics. Beatles, Zepplin, Pink Floyd.
Thats cool could you suggest some songs for me to check out?
Johnny Cooper: Texas to You, Don't feel like that anymoreReckless Kelly: Crazy Eddie's Last Hurrah (my all time favorite song,) Bulletproof, Nobody's Girl
Beatles: While my guitar gently weeps, With a little help from my friends. Anything by them is good. Led Zeppelin: Stairway to Heaven, When the levee breaks, KashmirPink Floyd: Comfortably Numb, Hey you. If you've never listened to Pink Floyd, they are pretty crazy. Kind of weird but all in all they are cool.
Check out Jeff Buckley's album Grace. Earlier Muse is pretty good (Showbiz/Origins of Symmetry/Absolution). For something completely different, check out Manu Chao (Proxima Estaciaon: Esperanza is a good one). For Latin music I would check out El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Buena Vista Social Club, or Jimmy Bosch.
thanks guys i needed somethin to do with all this bad weather outside and no school tomorrow.I like weird music like dubstep and dj blend idk if yall would be interested in that though.
stop cutting the cheese jdb.
Can someone please hit the vent switch? lol
@ Martin, my favorite is Texas Country and red dirt music heres a great website to visit:http://www.texasmusicchart.com/
Also check out Wade Bowen, great voice and also Ryan Bingham, Randy Rodgers, Robert Earl Keen, just to name a few
The Weary Kind, Ryan Bingham
You will thank me.
Pass on the Texas Country. Or any country other than Cash, and the first and third Hanks. Check out The Whigs. Great indie rock band.
My tastes are incredibly eclectic. See if you can find something you like here:
If you are too young to have discovered classic rock, then listen to Van Halen's early stuff. Eddie was doing things with a guitar that nobody had ever done before.
my favorite VH is a little softer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFNdhm3mli0
I grew up in the 80s when bands had big hair and played power ballads. This band was superb, but Steelheart was the last great hair band and was overwhelmed by the Grunge movement far too soon. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IfiLehLFJw
If you like Texas music, you might try Stevie Ray Vaughn. I have never learned to play the guitar, but this song makes me want to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdYRzH10L2M
When I was in HS and college I painted houses with some guys who were metalheads. They got me to listen to Metallica. Back then, I could recite any lyric from And Justice For All off the top of my head. But today, my favorite would probably be: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvwmVr0WdI8
Somehow I picked up a love for big band music. Glenn Miller was great:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJE-onnw2gMand this one which starts slowly but really is cool:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJRts1kwzKc
Tommy Dorsey rocked, too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mVfHrTaYmY
If you want some old time gospel, these guys are phenominal. The video has too much fluff at the beginning, but the voices are strong: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHfQ5NJTyS0
So hard to find any current music worth listening to. I listen to 70% Classic Rock and then from there I will listen to Rock, Classic Country, Blues, and Red Dirt in no particular order. Red Dirt- Reckless Kelly, Jack IngramBlues- Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Stevie Ray VaughnOf some newer rock music, I like Cage the Elephant. Good lyrics, music, and a little different.
@Spanky68 - If you're into big band music, check out some of these guys:Thad Jones/Mel Lewis OrchestraThe Vanguard Jazz OrchestraBuddy Richthe Dave Holland Big BandThe Big Phat BandThe Mingus Big BandStan KentonThe University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band
To expand upon that big band list, check out the following albums:Big Phat Band: Swingin' for the FencesThe Mingus Big Band: Nostalgia in Times SquareDave Holland Big Band: Not for Nothin' or What goes aroundUNT 1 O'Clock Lab Band - Lab '94, Lab '98, Lab '75, or With Respect to Stan (I can send you some of these if you're interested)Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra - Consummation, Potpourri, Central Park NorthBuddy Rich: Swingin' New Big Band, Mercy Mercy, Big Swing Face, Wham!
grateful dead,neil young, miles davis,railroad earth,donna the buffalo,lucinda williams,alejandro escovedo,marcus miller,sonny landreth,buddy miller,stanton moore,van morrison,i can go on forever. LOVE YOUR SITE, THANKS.
The hip-hop essentials:
A Tribe Called QuestCommonTalib KweliMos DefNasJay-Z (at least on Reasonable Doubt and The Blueprint)OutkastThe Roots (particularly their early discography)Binary Star/One Be Lo
The University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band
Does Jub Jub lead that in his spare time?
Mumford and Sons and The Avett Brothers. Best live bands touring right now. Also awesome on CD
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