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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 8:30 pm 
I Will Survive - Cake
War Pigs - Flaming Lips and Sleater-Kinney
Ricky's Theme - Beastie Boys
Louder Than a Bomb - Public Enemy
Capital Radio Two - The Clash
Christmas in Hollis - Run-DMC

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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 9:17 pm 
Bruckner symphony no. 5
Claudio abbado, Vienna philharmonic

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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 9:19 pm 
I suggest 3 hr of Norwegian death metal as a cure rocker.gif  rocker.gif  rocker.gif

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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 9:20 pm 
The bruckner isn't over. and it cures all.

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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 9:25 pm 
Bruckner 5 is cool.  I have Berlin with Barenboim.  When I first heard it on the radio I was fooled into thinking it was Mahler.  None of my orchestras ever program Bruckner but that's ok, the flute parts are lame.

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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 9:40 pm 
I heard the Cleveland Orchestra do it live at Carnegie Hall a couple months ago.  I went home in a state of euphoria.  I still haven't recovered.

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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 11:31 pm 
marylou wrote:
Tosca, FC Kahuna, Zero 7, Ananda Project, Gel-Sol, Lemon Jelly.

Excellent taste.  up.gif

My current playlist usually starts with

- Blue Foundation (Sweep of Days) <-- Especially recommended to fans of Massive Attack and Flunk
- Trespassers William (Having)
- Banco de Gaia (Farewell Ferengistan)
- Lo Step (Because We Can)
- Sissy (All Under)

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PostThu Dec 14, 2006 11:41 pm 
moosefish wrote:
It's just in my head, but it won't leave. From White Christmas:

Sisters
Sisters
There were never such devoted sisters

(Please make it stop.)

Never listen to Musical Theatre, it will mess with your head in bad ways. Having done a show tonight, I'm listening to music loud that will cleanse my head.

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PostFri Dec 15, 2006 7:29 am 
I have been listening to Mettalica all day esecially Master of Puppets and the rest of the album...

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PostFri Dec 15, 2006 5:49 pm 
Inagodadavida... up.gif

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PostFri Dec 15, 2006 6:06 pm 
Oddly, I was listening to a karaoke cd on the way back from work today.  What was on it?

No No Song, Ringo Starr
Steal My Kisses, Ben Harper
Lowdown, Boz Scaggs
Spanish Eyes, Al Martino
Tulsa Time, Can't Remember
Sentimental Lady, Bob Welch
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, Bruce Springstein

and some other songs

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PostFri Dec 15, 2006 8:55 pm 
Quark wrote:
Foist wrote:
I heard the Cleveland Orchestra do it live at Carnegie Hall .

Do what live....? paranoid.gif
If they played music live, you're a lucky bastard;  Cleveland has a world class orchestra, as you well know.

Check back, I was replying to the previous post.  I didn't "quote" the previous post because then Tom would have flown to New York and chopped off my balls.  It was Bruckner's 5th Symphony.

They are a tremendous orchestra, and I have heard them live many times.  My mom is from cleveland and we used to visit my grandma every summer when I was a kid and we'd see them at their summer festival home.  Plus I've seen them a few times in Cleveland at Severance and a bunch of times in New York at Carnegie.

Those Dvorak recordings are excellent.  Lots of other great recordings too with Szell and Maazel.

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PostSat Dec 16, 2006 7:53 am 
Southern Kulture On theSkids

Todd Snider

Kentucky Headhunters

John Prine

Steve Earl

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PostTue Dec 19, 2006 2:31 pm 
To bring a little diversity into their lives we made our girls watch Singing in the Rain instead of White Christmas. (You do what you gotta do when you've got two kids in a cold house with barely enough power to turn on the TV. Yeah, I know. Bad parents. thpth)

Instead of the Sisters song now I have the Moses song.

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PostWed Dec 20, 2006 12:04 pm 
Is "world class" so much worse than "world renowned"?

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