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Started by #228085 at 28,Jan,12 17:16
So, let's put all the porn threads aside; what kind of music are you into?

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By #14216 at 29,Jan,12 21:43
Not into modern day stuff but I am across the board from classical (favourite composer Grieg) to rock n roll and pop. Love the 1930s Big Bands like Ray Noble with singer Al Bowlly and the music of the great American songwriters, the Gershwins, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart and Hammerstein. Swing including Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller and great singers of the 30s and 40s like Billie Holiday and Helen Forrest. Love Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly (my fave), Eddie Cochran, Bobby Darin, Connie Frsncis, Beatles, Dusty Springfield, Carpenters (whom I saw on stage in 1976) and Abba and also the great film musicals from the 1930s to the 1960s, 42nd Street to The Sound of Music, I could go on and on. I can't envisage a world without music, as Abba sang so succinctly in Thank You For The Music, without a song and a dance what are we???
By MoeJoe at 30,Jan,12 10:31 other posts of MoeJoe 
Someone who appreciates good music.....finally...

By #583549 at 08,Dec,19 12:18
I have much the same views as you do music wise.The older music is just better in every way!
By routemaster at 14,Dec,23 07:58 other posts of routemaster 
It was me who wrote that screed 11 years ago before I left the site for a short while before rejoining. My music tastes still are the same today, obviously and, sadly, we've lost dear Doris since then.




By Cody8789 at 12,Dec,23 00:39 other posts of Cody8789 
I play many musical instruments, so I can say that I like most all kinds of music, I was also in a music video of one of the top five bands ever.
By dgraff at 12,Dec,23 01:08 other posts of dgraff 
I can play the skin flute quite well
By Cody8789 at 12,Dec,23 02:55 other posts of Cody8789 




By wycowboy at 11,Dec,23 22:37 other posts of wycowboy 
Classic country or rock


By Louis at 11,Dec,23 11:21 other posts of Louis 
Classic Country for me. Particularly Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard.


By #49676 at 28,Jan,12 23:56
Who likes the band Tool?
By #181785 at 29,Jan,12 02:08
Love them

By bignhard7 at 29,Jan,12 03:17 other posts of bignhard7 
Love tool. Maynard is awesome

By #688320 at 09,Dec,23 16:53
I like the song Divorce. Collab with the Melvins.



By #336173 at 08,Dec,19 20:39
Southern Rock Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Bros, Marshall Tucker.....


By #520437 at 08,Dec,19 09:29
Pop, electronic, folk - as long as melody is king. Mainly English language, but also music from Japan, France, Germany. Lost interest in rock. Only listen to music from the last decade, and by artists (mostly) in their 20's. Seems to be a good rule of thumb that it's not possible to be consistently musically creative with your 'A' grade material beyond the age of 31. Mainly female singers/lyricists, blends better with modern production, also (typically) less mawkish or posturing, sensibilities not anchored in the past. Elliphant could well be my favourite artist of this decade. The new Alicia Edelweiss LP (When I'm enlightened, everything will be better) is v.good.


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By #599073 at 02,Dec,19 03:05
Neil Young & Crazy Horse is top. Because it's not only music, but it's a way of life and the lyrics always has to tell something


By #134591 at 01,Feb,12 06:01
metallica, marilyn manson, dimmu borgir, radiohead, tool, ac/dc, bjork, iron maiden, blizzard game music, dark tranquility, megadeth, the pixies, system of a down to name a few. cannot really express it in a genre.


By #162980 at 30,Jan,12 15:25
Blues, jazz, classical music, 60's, 70's and 80's

Just in my Smiths period at this moment. 'Ask' is a great song!


By #194703 at 30,Jan,12 13:11
Blues, Led Zeppelin, and more of that.


By Vita at 30,Jan,12 11:10 other posts of Vita 
classical music ...
By Vita at 30,Jan,12 11:10 other posts of Vita 
... and ac/dc !!



By MoeJoe at 30,Jan,12 10:31 other posts of MoeJoe 
Jazz and blues...the traditional stuff...


By #85103 at 29,Jan,12 21:21
I live and breathe music! It's my profession so I'm open to all kinds of stuff as long as it's not rubbish that emerges from awful shows like X Factor!
By #107983 at 29,Jan,12 21:55
You got to admit it though,,,,One good thing about X Factor,once the damn programme is finished....YOU NEVER HEAR OF THOSE RUBBISH,UP THEIR OWN ARSES, SINGERS AGAIN !!!!!!!! What a waist of programming time



By #181785 at 29,Jan,12 02:10
Paul's list The only 2 types of music I dislike are Country & Western


By #107983 at 28,Jan,12 21:28
For me its GOT to be Old School heavy metal,,,,AC/DC, Judas Priest, Motorhead, Quo,etc etc. Though do like newer rock/metal,,,,Stone Sour,Theory of a Deadman,Slipknot,Rammstein. Only trouble is headbacking kills me neck now ,so i just stand and "boogie" ol (getting oldddddd )





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