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    Green Carnation: The Quiet Offspring

    This is a progressive metal band, but this particular album is more of straight-up hard rock. Even though I love progressive metal as a genre, but I find they do no frills rock better.
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    This "old fool" can still rock! \m/
    Winning!
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    I dug this old CD out for the drive to and from work today.


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    R.I.P. Andy Williams (1927 - 2012). I particularly enjoyed his Xmas songs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=gFtb3EtjEic
    Last edited by Vaneyes; Sep-26-2012 at 20:33.

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    Frank Zappa - You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 5

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    Pain of Salvation- 12:5

    This is a live acoustic album. It's a real work of art, it's not just a random mix of songs performed live, but a real cohesive blend of songs in a new way from the original. Wonderful.
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    Rossini
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    “Never wrestle with pigs. You both get dirty and the pig likes it.”
    George Bernard Shaw

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    Today I tuned to the classic rock station to begin my commute home and Free Bird was just starting. I hadn't listened to Free Bird in a number of years, so I figured I would listen to the whole thing. I pulled into the garage just as it was finishing. This tells me two things:

    1. Traffic was moving really well today.

    2. Free Bird is long, man.

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    Two Brubeck discs

    Time Further out and Jazz Impressions of Japan




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    "That as s."

    - Mark Twain

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    iPod shuffle mode again:

    Rory Gallagher: Wayward Child
    Bush: Glycerine
    Harmony: Prevail
    Ben Folds Five: Brick
    Aaron Lewis: Black (Pearl Jam cover)
    Last edited by Sonata; Sep-28-2012 at 15:26.
    Stabat Mater & Requiem Project:

    REQUIEMS
    Dvorak
    Faure Requiem
    Mozart
    Rossini
    Salieri
    Verdi

    STABAT MATERS
    Boccherini
    Dvorak
    Haydn
    Mayr
    Poulenc
    Rossini
    Steffani
    Vivaldi

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    One of my favourite contemporary jazz singers.
    I treat my music like I treat my pets. It’s something to own, care about and curate with attention to detail. From a blog by hjr.

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    The HK Alliance- Catherine Chase (2012)

    It is my own band's music haha. I listen to my own works quite a bit to spot mistakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etkearne View Post
    The HK Alliance- Catherine Chase (2012)

    It is my own band's music haha. I listen to my own works quite a bit to spot mistakes.
    I like to listen some of my own works even for enjoyment, ( I have few finished pieces and tons of unfinished pieces)
    I really like some of my own music and find some of it original.
    I think that when you write music you have to write music what you can be proud for ( if you have a deadline that goal always can't be reached)
    Winning!
    I have on gear, GO!
    Epic winning!
    Do you love Ludwig Van Beethovens music?
    Does his life-story/music inspire you?
    Can you strongly relate to the emotions on his music?


    If you answered positively to all those questions, we have just found the right place for you!
    The only and THE GREATEST LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN FAN CLUB IN TC!!!
    JOIN NOW!!!
    http://www.talkclassical.com/groups/...an-shrine.html

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