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Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Footix, May 24, 2004.
Oh, and since I'm here . . . .
Andrew Bird - "Weather Systems"
I HIGHLY reccomend a listen, you will thank me.
Crystal Method - Vegas
I concur. I saw Bird open for Clem Snide in Barcelona a few months ago, and was amazed. I think he's out now (or just finished a tour) with The Magnetic Fields.
that's cool. i'm a fan of good music (as are you)........ what can i say?
listening to an oldie.... pavement's "Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain"
Forget Cassettes--Instruments of Action
Morrissey 'You are the quarry' at work
Lifter Puller: Fiestas & Fiascos
De La Soul
Re: De La Soul
One group whose name I forget when I go music shopping. When I do remember I never know which album of theirs to start with.
Sonic Youth: Washing Machine
The sweet sound of the last school bell of the year.Bye bye kiddies. Hello summertime!
Re: De La Soul
I'd guess most would say start with their debut, 3 Feet High and Rising, although this might be a good one, too -- 16 singles, released from '88 to '01, including 5 from their debut (in arguably better versions on songs such as "Plug Tunin'"). I've only got two of theirs as of now and those are the two.
Ensemble Choral St. Irenee - Chants Liturgiques Orthodoxes en Langue Francaise.
www.accuradio.com Celtic channel
I absolutely ********ing love that Eddi Reader album. I had to search high and low to find it.....in Scotland, if you can believe that.
Anyhow I've been listening to this today:
"Posted Sober" - Michael Marra (that's the cover folks)