the “what are you listening to right now” thread..

  • Posted: 06 January 2003 07:32 PM #16

    [quote author=“L0u13”]Visit (311 - Music)

    like to say this seems like something that should be in the chain gang :wink:

    Actually, it’s kinda already on the Couch .  :wink:

    But, anyway: I’ve been listening to some Mastadon Remission and Jeff Buckley Grace. Quite a combo…

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  • Posted: 07 January 2003 02:57 AM #17

    Continuing this thread until some mod moves it to either Siberia or the Chain Gang, here’s my current playlist:

    1. Queens of the Stone Age - Songs for the Deaf
    2. Coldplay - A Rush of Blood To The Head
    3. Bebel Gilberto - Tanto Tempo
    4. Basement Jaxx - Rooty
    5. Chemical Brothers - Surrender
    6. Sigur Ros - ()

    Rock on!

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    Posted: 07 January 2003 12:17 PM #18

    [quote author=“bweels”]Mannheim Steamroller’s first Fresh Aire album. I haven’t listened to it in ages. smile

    When I was younger, III was my favorite (was also the first Fresh Aire album I ever heard). Now I’d have to put II in that slot. I love the quiet piano pieces on that one.

    Right now I’m listening to Aztec Camera, Over My Head. (you know, through this thing. :D )

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    Posted: 07 January 2003 12:43 PM #19

    [quote author=“someToast”][quote author=“bweels”]Mannheim Steamroller’s first Fresh Aire album. I haven’t listened to it in ages. smile

    When I was younger, III was my favorite (was also the first Fresh Aire album I ever heard). Now I’d have to put II in that slot. I love the quiet piano pieces on that one.

    II has always been my favorite. In fact, I learned to play a few of those pieces on the piano. smile

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  • Posted: 08 January 2003 01:06 AM #20

    I plead guilty of being totally ignorant of Mannheim Steamroller. Time to check if they don’t have anything in the local library.

    Playing now:

    Kelis - Wanderland

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  • Posted: 08 January 2003 05:13 PM #21

    fox news hannity and colmes

    oreilly factor before that.

    the best news station period. wink

     

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    Posted: 09 January 2003 09:23 PM #22

    Throughout my day either iTunes or my iPod is probably playing my music library on random.

    Mr. Rogers (KoRn - Life is Peachy)

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  • Posted: 10 January 2003 07:41 AM #23

    [quote author=“bweels”]II has always been my favorite. In fact, I learned to play a few of those pieces on the piano. smile

    I played Mannheim Steamroller’s version of Stille Nacht from the first Christmas album for the prenuptial music at my wedding.  We had to use a french horn and an oboe instead of a violin and oboe… but it sounded very cool.  My old piano teacher was proud.

    My wife and I’s first date was to see Mannheim Steamroller on their Fresh Aire 8 / Christmas tour two years ago.  I had wanted to see them since high school, but could never find anyone who had heard of them or would have appreciated the music.  So, my senior year in college I asked every girl I went on a date with if they knew who Mannheim Steamroller was.  I can’t count how many times I heard, “I don’t know… construction equipment?”

    My wife was they only one who said “Yes”.  (She’s a music teacher)

    And to keep with the thread… I’m listening to Joe Satriani’s Crystal Planet CD.

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    Posted: 10 January 2003 11:30 AM #24

    I’m listening to a couple Anime soundtracks I picked up over christmas: Cowboy Bebop’s “Music for Freelance” remixes, and “Noir”.

    What can I say, I’m a sucker for Yoko Kanno’s soundtracks, and one of the Anime stations had a couple of good tunes from NOIR on them.

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    Posted: 11 January 2003 02:35 PM #25

    Obey the Cowgod (Green Jell? - Cereal Killer Soundtrack)

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  • Posted: 11 January 2003 05:46 PM #26

    I’m listening to the Pacers/Warriors game :D

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  • Posted: 11 January 2003 07:06 PM #27

    Squeeze - Pulling Mussels From A Shell   LOL

         
  • Posted: 16 January 2003 12:35 AM #28

    Philip Glass - Metamorphosis Four

         
  • Posted: 16 January 2003 02:47 AM #29

    B.B. King - Nobody Loves Me But My Mother (And Even She Might Be Jivin’)

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  • Posted: 16 January 2003 01:55 PM #30

    “A Question of Heaven” by Iced Earth.  The album, “The Dark Saga” is based entirely on Todd McFarlane’s Spawn comic book series.  It’s heavy metal, but rather sad and melancholy.

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