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Ladystarlight

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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #90 on: May 19, 2009, 04:45:35 PM »

Excellent list Gomez!

I most recently added the entire record "21st Century Breakdown"...LOVE it already and I've only heard it thru once. 
The record includes my new anthem "Know your Enemy".. :laughing7:..I hope to get a copy of the MOAT 09 CD if someone can let me burn it please.
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #91 on: May 19, 2009, 09:26:08 PM »

Here"s my "Interstate Survival" list:

     J.S. Bach - "Toccata & Fugue in D Minor" et. al. on the Schnitger pipe organ in Kassel
     Wynton Marsalis Live at Blues Alley
     Blood, Sweat & Tears 3rd Album
     Stan Kenton Band @ Carnigie Hall (1948?)
     Chicago's Best
     Rimsky-Korsakov - "Scheherazade"
     Santana's Greatest Hits
     Cream - "Disraeli Gears"
     A. Copland - "Fanfare For The Common Man"
     Buffalo Springfield's Best
     Moussorgsky - "Pictures at an Exhibition"
     Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - "Suite Judy Blue Eyes", etc.
     Woody Guthrie - "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor On The Bed Post Overnight?"
     Beethoven - 9th Symphony

Have to be careful with some of these, they can make me put my foot to the floor!  OLD UFF- DAH  :sunny:
PS: I once played 1st Chair Trumpet for Arthur Fiedler.
     
     
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #92 on: May 23, 2009, 01:13:01 PM »

Here"s my "Interstate Survival" list:

     J.S. Bach - "Toccata & Fugue in D Minor" et. al. on the Schnitger pipe organ in Kassel
     Wynton Marsalis Live at Blues Alley
     Blood, Sweat & Tears 3rd Album
     Stan Kenton Band @ Carnigie Hall (1948?)
     Chicago's Best
     Rimsky-Korsakov - "Scheherazade"
     Santana's Greatest Hits
     Cream - "Disraeli Gears"
     A. Copland - "Fanfare For The Common Man"
     Buffalo Springfield's Best
     Moussorgsky - "Pictures at an Exhibition"
     Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - "Suite Judy Blue Eyes", etc.
     Woody Guthrie - "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor On The Bed Post Overnight?"
     Beethoven - 9th Symphony

Have to be careful with some of these, they can make me put my foot to the floor!  OLD UFF- DAH  :sunny:
PS: I once played 1st Chair Trumpet for Arthur Fiedler.
     
     


Yes, Mussorgsky- Pictures and Boris Godunov (Stokowski version) Mix that with
The Dickies- All That and Puppet Stew,
Toy Dolls- We're Mad!,
Rimsky Korsakov-Capriccio Espagnol,
Yes-90125,
Gustav Holst- The Planets,
Green Day- Dookie
The Dempseys- Radio Friendly Hits for Your DJ to Play
The Pogues- Very Best Of and anything from Genesis. A good recipe for road music...
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #93 on: May 27, 2009, 10:01:34 PM »

i got Kanye West, to jus about techno, and some slow songs
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #94 on: June 19, 2009, 07:55:37 AM »

I haven't added to this one in a while.
Here's one of my playlists:


I bet you can't figure out its theme.  :twisted:
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #95 on: August 06, 2009, 12:09:03 PM »

Horehound by the Dead Weather   8)
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #96 on: August 06, 2009, 04:27:24 PM »

Yes, Mussorgsky- Pictures and Boris Godunov (Stokowski version) Mix that with
The Dickies- All That and Puppet Stew,
Toy Dolls- We're Mad!,
Rimsky Korsakov-Capriccio Espagnol,
Yes-90125,
Gustav Holst- The Planets,
Green Day- Dookie
The Dempseys- Radio Friendly Hits for Your DJ to Play
The Pogues- Very Best Of and anything from Genesis. A good recipe for road music...

WOO HOO -- Toy Dolls, Pogues and Dickies... :icon_thumright: :icon_thumright: :icon_thumright:
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #97 on: July 26, 2010, 02:42:42 PM »

miles davis, stan getz, joao bosco, the pyrotones, sergio mendes & brasil 66, lee ritenouer, fattburger, etc. Nothing better than jamming through some nasty twisty roads with a jazz-filled MCS...interupted only by updates from 7/21... :angel7:
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #98 on: July 26, 2010, 04:33:35 PM »

On Satellite I listen to these stations: Octane; Boneyard; Lithium; occasionally Alt Nation & Faction

On the thumb-drive: I have an ecclectic mix of bands/artists - AC/DC; Clutch; Alice 'n' Chains; Audioslave; Metallica (old stuff); Linkin Park; Joydrop; Stone Temple Pilots; Eminem; Bloodhound Gang; Tantric; The Police; No More Kings; Cake; Pantera; Disturbed; and a whole bunch more I'm forgetting. Gotta love 8 gig thumb-drives. :D
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #99 on: July 19, 2013, 09:14:12 AM »

I am listening to Against Me! the reinvention of Axel Rose playing great album of punk/honky tonk, with a strong powerful slightly raspy singer
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #100 on: July 31, 2013, 01:03:29 AM »

I have 940 mp3s dance remixes on my memory stick: Lime extended dance musics,  Pitbull feat David Guetta: Mark Anthony, Sia, J Lo, Usher.  Remix: Gloria Gayner, Classic Freestyle Dance Mix (1:13hour), House Dance Music non stop (30 min), Johnny O Dance Remix,  Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now) Club Mix: Bob Sinclar feat. Cutee B. & Dollarman,  Sean Kinston- Beautiful Girls ( DJ Ironik), Estes Es Mi Club remix,  German Pop Artists, Maroon 5, Texas, Black Eye Peas.....Flo Rida feat. David Guetta, Avicil....


The App: Shazam is the best.  You tap it and it will give you the title, artist, and the lyrics.  Awesome app must have on your phone.
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #101 on: July 28, 2014, 05:28:38 PM »

Wow!  This is a really old topic, but I love having good tunes to listen to while I am driving the JCW Roadster with the top down.  Here is my current playlist:

All of the People by Panama Wedding
Alienation by Morning Parade
Among the Leaves by Sun Kil Moon (I heard this on the finale for "The Big C"
Breakfast in America by Supertramp (I am partial to Classic Rock and Alternative Rock)
Breathe Me (Mylo Remix) by Sia
California Stars by Billy Bragg
Close to Me by The Cure
Come Sail Away by Styx
Coming of Age by Foster the People
Dreamer by Supertramp
Drive by Incubus
Fader by Temper Trap
Fireflies by Owl City
The Funeral by Band of Heroes
Good People by Jack Johnson
High and Dry by Radiohead
I Will Buy You a New Life by Everclear (Just saw them live a couple months ago)
A Will Wait by Mumford & Sons
Island in the Sun by Weezer
Dust in the Wind by Kansas
Kill Your Heroes by Awolnation
Lazy Eye by Silverspun Pickups
Little Talks by Of Monsters and Men
Little Secrets by Passion Pit (Just saw them at the Greek a couple months ago)
Magic by Coldplay
Midnight City by M83
Mind over Matter by Young the Giant (I've got tickets for their concert at the Hollywood Bowl)
MMM MMM MMM MMM by Crash Test Dummies
Safe and Sound by Capital Cities
Santa Monica by Everclear
Come Sail Away With Me by Styx
Take a Walk by Passion Pit
Talking Backwards by Real Estate
Temple by Kings of Leon (I hear they are real prima donnas, but I'm going to see them)
Walk by Foo Fighters
We are Young by Fun (saw them last year at the Greek)
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #102 on: July 28, 2014, 05:49:35 PM »

Oh! Love this topic, thanks for resurrecting  :icon_thumright:

Here's my current "driving playlist" (exactly the way it is listed in iTunes) - I've got very eclectic tastes  :lol:

Shempi (Ratatat) LP3 (Bonus Track Version)
Seventeen Years    (Ratatat) Ratatat
Born, Never Asked (Laurie Anderson) Talk Normal: The Laurie Anderson Anthology
Bum Like You (Robyn) Robyn
Cold Wind Blows    (Eminem)   Recovery (2010)
Computer Liebe (german) (Kraftwerk) Computerwelt [Deutsch]
Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (Ke$ha) Animal
Flutes (Hot Chip) In Our Heads
Saturn Strobe (Pantha du Prince) This Bliss
This Place is a Prison (The Postal Service) Give Up
Title And Registration (Death Cab for Cutie) Transatlanticism
Songs for Tony - 1st Movt (Delta Saxophone Quartet) Minimal Tendencies (comp. Michael Nyman)
No. 1    (Lois Svard) With and Without Memory (comp. William Duckworth)
Under the Knife (The Rural Alberta Advantage) Departing
Nightcall (Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx)   Drive (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Drive    (Beacon) The Ways We Separate
Color in Your Cheeks (The Mountain Goats) All Hail West Texas
Number 9 (Moon Hooch) Moon Hooch
Overjoyed (Bastille) Bad Blood: The Extended Cut
Things We Lost in the Fire (Bastille) Bad Blood: The Extended Cut
Bad Blood (Bastille) Bad Blood: The Extended Cut
Riverside (Agnes Obel) Philharmonics
Philharmonics (Agnes Obel) Philharmonics
America (Laura Veirs)   Warp & Weft
Sun Song (Laura Veirs) Warp & Weft
That Alice (Laura Veirs) Warp & Weft
Shape Shifter (Laura Veirs) Warp & Weft
By the Throat (CHVRCHES)   The Bones of What You Believe
Lies (CHVRCHES   ) The Bones of What You Believe
Recover (CHVRCHES)   The Bones of What You Believe
We Sink (CHVRCHES) The Bones of What You Believe
Live Oak (Jason Isbell) Southeastern
Yvette (Jason Isbell) Southeastern
Music for a Large Ensemble (Steve Reich and Musicians) Music for a Large Ensemble (comp. Steve Reich)
Part 6 (Philip Glass Ensemble) Music in Twelve Parts (comp. Philip Glass)
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #103 on: July 28, 2014, 06:59:52 PM »

Cool!  I recognize the alternative stuff as I love Death Cab for Cutie and have a couple of their CD's.  I've been listening to Underneath the Sycamore Tree a lot lately.   I like Bastille too.  What genres are  your music from?  I usually stick to Alternative & Classic Rock.  I do like a lot of the EDM music too.
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Re: What's in your player
« Reply #104 on: August 14, 2014, 01:52:01 PM »

Hmmm...right now, Queens of The Stone Age, Like Clockwork...their latest, mixed with a smattering of Songs For The Deaf, Rated R, and anything from Dave Grohl/Josh Homme et al.

Prone to fits of Led Zeppelin...Foo Fighters...Arcade Fire...Green Day...Puddle of Mudd...Them Crooked Vultures...The Black Keys...Soundgarden...Kings of Leon...Velvet Revolver...

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