This is my favorite cut from Newk's Time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHXuj...yer_detailpage
Whatever floats your boat
Cab Calloway - Chronological Classics 1930-1931
Glenn Miller - The Golden Years: Disc 1
Calloway proved to be far too "dixie" for my taste.
Dark Suns: Grave Human Genuine
Apocalyptica: Worlds Collide
Savatage: Edge of Thorns
Leaves Eyes: Vinland Saga
Epica: a couple of slower songs of their album Requiem for the Indifferent
On the drive home from work just now the classic rock station played Twisted Sister's We're Not Gonna Take It. I cranked it.
I would have preferred I Wanna Rock, but it still worked.
Gotta love Steel panther!
I have on gear, GO!
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"I'm a lumberjack and i'm OK, i sleep all night and i work all day."
Rene Bloch - Mucho Rock
Latin American big band swing. Mmm mmmmm!
Django Reinhardt - Djangologie 1928-1950: Disc 3
Glenn Miller - The Golden Years: Disc 2
I cannot be stopped.
The Stalin - Trash
Decidedly not big band swing.
Art Tatum: Piano starts here