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    I listened to 'Who killed big bird', and thought it was quite good. Had kind of a swing feel to it. Alot of the others I didn't like much though. I don't think he's a good singer.
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    Otis - "That's how strong my love is", "Try a little tenderness" and "My Girl".
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    At the moment I’m listening to a cello concerto by Dmitri Shostakovich.

    (Yeah, I listen to classical music. Sad, aren’t I?)
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    Sad, aren’t I?
    Nope, just cultivated. For example, I think an angry violin can be just as kick-ass as a hard-rock song! :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    At the moment I’m listening to a cello concerto by Dmitri Shostakovich.

    (Yeah, I listen to classical music. Sad, aren’t I?)
    Not at all!!

    Classical rocks my socks!

    I just love Shostakovich
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    Thanks for the reassurance. Now I don’t feel so sad any more. :-D

    And now I’m listening to the opening movement of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony №*3 in D Minor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    Thanks for the reassurance. Now I don’t feel so sad any more. :-D

    And now I’m listening to the opening movement of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony № 3 in D Minor.
    Now Jane, you are just showing off!

    And why not

    I have been listening to Bach, The Goldberg Variations with Glen Gould on piano,

    I love the way he hums along in the background!
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    Linkin Park- Little things give you away, Bleed it out. (As of this post.)

    Finger Eleven, Maroon 5 and a few others.
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    This tunes good for chillin'.

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    Eat Dolphin, save the Tuna!!!!
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    He's great he his . I love space cowboy, canned heat and loving love you too. I'm gonna love these his tunes on GTA 4 :-D.
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    I’m now listening to some piano music on the radio.
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    Last night i spent ages freaked out because i thought my house was haunted!

    I could hear a groaning and moaning sound and spent ages looking for where it was coming from.

    This morning i discovered the noise was coming from my chimney which i blocked with a piece of cardboard to stop the draught from the wind.

    Phew......

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    Funny story .

    'Buck Rogers' - Feeder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 425 Chaotic Requisition
    He's great he his . I love space cowboy, canned heat and loving love you too. I'm gonna love these his tunes on GTA 4 :-D.
    Yea Canned Heat is probably my favourite Jamiroquai song, but i think Virtual Insanity has the best video.

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    The Strokes!!!
    Sting
    Foo Fighters
    RHCP
    The Fray
    PInk Floyde
    Snow Patrol
    Papa Roach
    Modest Mouse
    John Mayer
    The Beatles
    Cold Play

    maybe a little extensive, but i love music
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    Quote Originally Posted by Behr_25
    The Strokes!!!
    Sting
    Foo Fighters
    RHCP
    The Fray
    PInk Floyde
    Snow Patrol
    Papa Roach
    Modest Mouse
    John Mayer
    The Beatles
    Cold Play

    maybe a little extensive, but i love music
    Gosh

    How do you manage to listen to all those at the same time?

    Psychedelic!
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    Organ music.
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    well thats the main ones xD
    sometime`s i like some chillin` music to like... get chillin`?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elina
    Now listening to: The Llama Song

    *gets shot
    That's awesome.

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    I've just been listening to the Yamoto Japanese drummers

    at my local theater

    AWESOME!!

    Gonna have a look on e-bay tomorrow see if i can get myself a big drum to bash!
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    Love this tune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gmSKKPcb4Y

    Selene, checked out those japanese drummers, they're pretty cool. Evere heard of street drumming?
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    Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemboy
    Quote Originally Posted by Elina
    Now listening to: The Llama Song

    *gets shot
    That's awesome.
    I'm glad someone else likes that too. I have made hundreads of enemies by linking that to forums. Everyone hates that song, and after hearing it they start to hate me.
    No threats, no hate? Wow, this place is wonderful. I can link these weird videos without fear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elina
    Quote Originally Posted by Chemboy
    Quote Originally Posted by Elina
    Now listening to: The Llama Song

    *gets shot
    That's awesome.
    I'm glad someone else likes that too. I have made hundreads of enemies by linking that to forums. Everyone hates that song, and after hearing it they start to hate me.
    No threats, no hate? Wow, this place is wonderful. I can link these weird videos without fear.
    Now you’ve heard it, get ready for the sequel! The Sawyer Song
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    Quote Originally Posted by bit4bit
    Love this tune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gmSKKPcb4Y

    Selene, checked out those japanese drummers, they're pretty cool. Evere heard of street drumming?
    Hey bit4bit sorry only just found your message

    No i have never heard of street drumming and i have just checked them out

    WOW!

    I don't need to buy a drum, all i need are some drum sticks and anything else i can get my hands on!

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    Now listening to The Mystic Trumpeter by Hamilton Harty (based on a poem by Walt Whitman).
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    Wohoo! A new album from Nine Inch Nails! (It has been two moths from the previous album. Maybe their suffering from workaholism?)

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    94 Hours - As I Lay Dying

    I don't normally go for the screaming thing, but I really like their music apart from the vocals. Anyone else listen to them?
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    Now on a total Creedence Clearwater Revival loop.

    Particularly Green River and Have you ever seen the rain, but really, anything they did 'tween 69 and 72 (did you know they released 5 albums between the 1st of Jan 1969 and the end of 1970?)
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    Mmm... I'm not sure wheter I dare to confess or not... Since so many of you are listening something completely different...
    Anyhow, "Concerto for 4 Harpsichords in A minor" by Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 1065
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    I’m now listening to Chopin’s Piano Concerto №*1 in E Minor, Op*11.
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    Six - All That Remains

    I've just been getting into them lately...great band.
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    NWA - 'Funk' the police :wink:.

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    I have recently aquired several Violin Concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. And I enjoy immensely when listening them. Such beautious music, grand masterpieces!
    A favourite: "Concerto for 4 Violins & Cello in B minor".
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    I’m now listening to Chopin’s Piano Concerto № 1 in E Minor, Op 11.

    Pretentious by The Superficials would go well with that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Selene
    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    I’m now listening to Chopin’s Piano Concerto № 1 in E Minor, Op 11.

    Pretentious by The Superficials would go well with that
    Now now, just a month ago, you were being civil and proclaiming your love for Shostakovich.
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    I’m now listening to Schumann’s Piano Trio in D Minor, Op*63.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    Così fan tutte.
    Could you tell me what that means? I like languages and I'm curious about it.

    At the moment I'm listening to my sister play music from Sweeney Todd on the piano.
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    listening to logical progression by LTJ Bukem...going to see him again next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    Quote Originally Posted by serpicojr
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    I’m now listening to Chopin’s Piano Concerto № 1 in E Minor, Op 11.

    Pretentious by The Superficials would go well with that
    Now now, just a month ago, you were being civil and proclaiming your love for Shostakovich.
    Tsk tsk, Selene. Ths is just typical, isn’t it. Women are so fickle. Or, as they say: Così fan tutte.

    BTW, I’m now listening to Schumann’s Piano Trio in D Minor, Op 63.
    Tutti accusan le donne

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    Still has a lot of goosebump power!
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    Ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet



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    Così fan tutte.
    Could you tell me what that means?
    It means that people who are being civil and proclaiming their love for Shostakovich one month but become bitchy the next are, well, just like that.



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    Top tune from the stones. It's All Over Now
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    Quote Originally Posted by serpicojr
    Prince--When Doves Cry
    Really?


    Listening to seba soul 2000....the most beautiful music my ears have ever heard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bit4bit
    Really?
    Yes! Prince is quite amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat1981(England)
    Top tune from the stones. It's All Over Now
    Very nice.

    I've strayed a little from my usual rock and metal and am listening to Danse bacchanale from "Samson et Dalila" performed by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. It's very good.
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    well, currently listening to a song by the mash-up group, The Legion Of Doom, called The Quiet Screaming. Mix of The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows by Brand New and Screaming Infidelities by Dashboard Confessional. 8)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swetchy
    well, currently listening to a song by the mash-up group, The Legion Of Doom, called The Quiet Screaming. Mix of The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows by Brand New and Screaming Infidelities by Dashboard Confessional. 8)
    That's nice for you
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    Welcome - Slipknot

    anyone else listen to them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat1981(England)
    What a fun song.

    On an unrelated note, I can't stop listening to Prince.
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    I'm listening to his mother - Queen - karaoke classic :P
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    That’s nice of you – but don’t worry about me, I’m all right. It’s you who need to listen to the lecture, not me. You’re the one who needs all the psychiatric help you can get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    That’s nice of you – but don’t worry about me, I’m all right.
    That's what the insane always say

    Quote Originally Posted by JaneBennet
    It’s you who need to listen to the lecture, not me. You’re the one who needs all the psychiatric help you can get.

    Oooh dear Ms Bennet getting her knickers in a twist again?

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    Rock And Roll - Led Zeppelin
    Excellent. You have to listen to this young Mexican lad (Cesar Huesca) playing lead guitar over the top of Led Zeppelin's Rock And Roll, simply superb.
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    Great choice, Elina, "I'm in the Mood for Love" by Art Tatum is perfect for when you are not in the mood for love but are instead in the mood for first rate jauntery.

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    Excellent. You have to listen to this young Mexican lad (Cesar Huesca) playing lead guitar over the top of Led Zeppelin's Rock And Roll, simply superb.
    That's cool. Thanks.

    I've listened to this about 26 times today...

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    Later I hope to listen to Gabriel's new release Big Blue Ball.
    Peter Gabriel?
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