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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by SandboxGeneral, Mar 22, 2013.
Great album sleeve.
Catching up on some Podcasts this evening. Right now I'm listening to the SMLR, or Sunday Morning Linux Review.
Must listen to them this evening.
This morning's included
Cold day for a dip in Lake Superior, but a cuppa coffee and a little jazz from that group's Tunnel Six album revived me after a morning of pretty tedious chores. This track is "Tunnel Mountain."
Listening to The Tractors in memory of Steve Ripley, their leader who just passed away. He was a real talent, on the stage or behind the scenes.
Listening to several tracks from Blur, their two superb albums form the 1990s, Parklike and The Great Escape.
Bruce Springsteen - The River
The Boxer - Simon & Garfunkel.
Masquerade Suite - Waltz - Aram Khachaturian.
Lacrimosa - from the Requiem - by Karl Jenkins.
The Human League “Sound of the Crowd”
KDA “The human stone”
English Te Deum (Anon. Setting circa 1300): David Munrow: Early Music Consort of London; Munrow The Art of the Recorder.
A tune from the Stranger Things Soundtrack
I never was a fan of synth heavy music, but this tune sounds so 80s nostalgic and cool.
Bon Jovi today. Cross Roads Album.
Today I wanted something more symphonic, operatic, but still hard and heavy, in which in most places, especially in the US, you won't find either of those put together. Thankfully Finland came through for me, with Nightwish.
Right now, I'm listening to Ghost Love Score.
Elizabethan Harpsichord tonight: Harpsichord Solo: My Lady Carey's Dompe - David Munrow: Early Music Consort Of London - Henry VIII And His Six Wives.
Reminds me a bit of some of the (later) offerings of the somewhat reclusive Scottish band Boards of Canada, probably because they have used a lot of vintage synths...
Oh, gosh: Once, a few years ago, at home on leave from a crazy place, I asked an excellent music store for recommendations for something interesting (and mostly instrumental).
And they came up with Boards of Canada, which, of course, as a result, I bought from them, and, yes, must admit that I loved.....
Supertramp – The Logical Song
Excellent track; I got it over a year ago and felt really cool riding my bike while listening to it. Related: if you ever want to hear what lightsabers would sound like if they could cry:
Supertramp - The Logical Song - is simply brilliant and timeless.