You are right..this is awesome..it reminds me of cross between several of my favorites ! Will send yo some connrctions when back to work
What are you listening to these days? - Page 12
thank you mr havens for giving us a lifetime of great music while raising our awareness....rip
I would love to visit Big Sur. Never been. I recently watched a documentary on netlfix, and it looks so beautiful.
I've been feeling this song all week.
I was listening to Gary Numan at work last night. Love his song "cars".
I speak pretty gd French now, but I seem to just make the right sounds when i sing along to these songs when they come on even tho I don't savvy.
Please tell me you know where i'm coming from n it's not just me
Oldie but still a goodie when you need to put a smile on your crappy day.
Guess where I will be 14 rows from front stage Wednesday night ?
We bought the tickets last year. He can play some serious blues/rock....
Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart.
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Nothing can stop you now... cause you just don't care, anymore...
No wait: I can picture it: you're in the kitchen, 9" chef knife in hand, about to slice that pork loin, singing... "hey pig yeah you hey pig piggy pig pig pig..."
Raiatea has a beautiful voice! She will be performing at the White House on May 9th.... wish I could go!
LOL braddah layne! he's good!
Oh petals, I am so envious and happy for you.....I tried to see him in Santa Cruz this winter but tickets were sold out in a New York minute!!!! Yes, that man can seriously play the blues...yowzer...not bad on the eyes either! enjoy a very special evening my friend......
The concert was incredible. I managed to get front and center stage. Took all kinds of videos & pics. He can play a guitar and sing the blues till you melt. Incredible !!!
Maybe because it's getting warmer, but I've been listening to a lot old school rap and hip hop like Big Pun and Fat Joe, and also salsa music, like El Gran Combo. I can't even listen to R&B without throwing it way back. Forget about it.
LOL! That is epic. I am totally going to start start singing that next time i'm working with pork in class. A guy in my class started singing beastie boys "sabotage" last week but instead of sabotage he sang "sanitize" (as we were cleaning our stations). was pretty hillarious. don't know if he would be able to catch the nin reference but im going to do it anyways
Life is WAY too short… always sing in the kitchen, dancing is optional
made supper last night to Sting and Mary j Blige. Whenever i say your name. Had the volume high and dancing like i meant it. No one watching, but i closed the blinds anyway
Love them both, especially Mary J. I used to listen to her What's the 411 album until I wore it out.
I guess you could say "I let my tape rock 'til my tape popped".
It's an impossible task for me to pick one or even a handful of my favorite Dylan tunes. I grew up on Dylan and I wore out a lot of turntable needles listening to his albums. What a gift he is...a national treasure, and a legend....so everyone, pick a tune and sing along.....loudly, if possible....happy birthday bob, and so many many thanks....rock on!!!!
just a few of my favorites:
~ just like a woman
~ a simple twist of fate
~ tangled up in blue
~ like a rolling stone
~ subterranean homesick blues
~ don't think twice, it's alright
~ The entire John Wesley Harding, Blonde on Blonde and Blood On The
Tracks, Highway 61 Revisited albums...in fact every one of his albums
~ I'll be your baby tonight
~ lay,lady lay
~ hard rain's gonna fall
~ got to see him a few years back in Telluride(Co)as he was 'just passin' through. it was like having a private concert as he played in the town park for an audience of maybe 2000 tops..i never sat down the entire concert and I still get goosebumps just thinking about it....truly legendary
First of all, I hate itunes.
...but I finally figured out how to transfer files from my laptop to my ipad, and I'm now chillin'.
This girl earned her martini tonight... the second one too!
In april I was in this store in Barcelona stocked with the most excentric accessoires and jewelry. The Lana Del Rey music playing made the whole experience unforgettable; I can't get her bedroom voice out of my head, so now I'm almost continuously playing Lana Del Rey.
Just now I'm however listening to Sara Tavares' CD Balancé in Portugese. I'm a freak for Portugese voices, probably the sexiest language in the world. So, it's music from Portugal and Brazil;
Sara Tavares, Misia (fado), a Brasilian girl called Céu etc.
Chris, we are currently planning our trip to Spain, can you tell me where that shop was located at?
I also agree than Portuguese is the sexiest language.