Author Topic: What have you been listening to recently?  (Read 13031 times)

Música

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Jazz Cafe FM On Line, an excellent Argentinean station, on one of my internet radio devices: Jazz, Bossa Nova, and Smooth Jazz with no ads, 24/7.

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Jazz Cafe FM On Line, an excellent Argentinean station, on one of my internet radio devices: Jazz, Bossa Nova, and Smooth Jazz with no ads, 24/7.
no ads 24/7 would be great  ;D

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Been a while since I made this thread so... right now I've been listening a lot to Fleetwood Mac. Also Blaze Bayley since he's releasing a new album on April 9. For those who don't know him, he was Iron Maiden's singer for a few years in the 90s.

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Recently Warren Zevon's "Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School" album, classic.

frankz

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In an obsessive Power Pop phase right now. Way down the rabbit hole in Apple Music with related artists of related artists of related artists.  Been picking up the incredible International Pop Overthrow 22 volume series as I can.  Mad library growth these past three months.

Get the Knack is an all time top 10 album for me and I can't believe I never bothered to listen to But the little girls understand and Round Trip until this weekend. What was I thinking?  Never believe the lying media.  They're not as good, but they don't miss that mark by all that much like it's made out to be.

In Power Pop there are guys who try to sound like 1964 and guys who try to sound like Elvis Costello and despite being a big Beatles guy I'm very much in the Elvis Costello camp on this.  Give me distorted guitars, big drums and sneering vocals every day of the week.
A smile is happiness you'll find right under your nose.

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In an obsessive Power Pop phase right now.
Ha, funny, I am experiencing that with City pop.

frankz

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Ha, funny, I am experiencing that with City pop.
It's strange what hits you at a certain time. I've always sort of favored that late 70s / early 80s aesthetic, but I must have heard something back at the end of 2020 that really got to me and I started down this path and I can't seem to stop.  Good luck with your journey - mine has been kind of thrilling to be honest.
A smile is happiness you'll find right under your nose.

Terry Walker

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Been a while since I made this thread so... right now I've been listening a lot to Fleetwood Mac. Also Blaze Bayley since he's releasing a new album on April 9. For those who don't know him, he was Iron Maiden's singer for a few years in the 90s.
Kudos! It such a nice thread especially for me whom music is my life. Music for me is just something that helps me escape and be totally free from everything.

Holbytla

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Been a while since I made this thread so... right now I've been listening a lot to Fleetwood Mac. Also Blaze Bayley since he's releasing a new album on April 9. For those who don't know him, he was Iron Maiden's singer for a few years in the 90s.
Kudos! It such a nice thread especially for me whom music is my life. Music for me is just something that helps me escape and be totally free from everything.

Cool! Music is awesome like that.  8)

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Listening to Etta James ("The Essential" CD).  Knew who she was but not her music.  Very impressed so far.
Last Edit: April 23, 2021, 07:27:15 PM by watdub

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Been listening to a lot of late 90s American indie rock lately, Mineral, Built to Spill, The Gloria Record, etc.
Hits you in the feels~

Música

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Marcia Ball, Wycliffe Gordon, and Paco de Lucía this week...