Jun 4 2014, 18h51 por bdyandell
Set 21 2009, 13h54 por jessycat_techie1000: (2005-03-30 02:45:24): Revis - Caught In The Rain
2000: (2005-08-25 15:51:53): Red Hot Chili Peppers - Funky Monks
3000: (2005-12-22 21:45:20): Green Day - Basket Case
4000: (2006-02-07 21:07:49): Shaun Davey - The Parting Glass
5000: (2006-04-05 22:29:03): KT Tunstall - Silent Sea
6000: (2006-07-19 17:42:02): Third Eye Blind - Darwin
7000: (2006-09-29 17:47:53): The Darkness - I Believe in a Thing Called Love
8000: (2006-11-16 19:43:14): Fall Out Boy - Honorable Mention
9000: (2007-01-18 17:37:59): 岩崎琢 - SILENCE
10000: (2007-02-24 20:15:49): Van Morrison - Domino
11000: (2007-04-19 15:25:21): Benny Goodman - St. Louis Blues
12000: (2007-07-10 20:56:17): Gaelic Storm - The Leaving Of Liverpool
13000: (2007-09-06 14:44:15): Sarah Connor - French Kissing (Radio/Video)
14000: (2007-10-01 20:37:59): The Jayhawks - Save It For A Rainy Day
15000: (2007-11-16 13:32:53): The Cure - Last Dance
16000: (2008-02-01 17:10:07): Sweeney Todd and Mrs. Lovett - By the Sea
Jan 15 2009, 17h58 por mattbrundageIt’s unfortunate that artists — such as Van Morrison or Otis Redding — have been reduced to three-minute “career-defining” songs. I’m thinking about “Brown Eyed Girl” and “(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay”, respectively. You’d think that Morrison and Redding recorded only one song a piece, if radio play is any indication. Even obvious alternate tracks, such as “Domino” or, say, “I've Been Loving You Too Long” are rarely heard. In fact, I’ve never heard “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long” on the radio. Ever.
I can certainly provide similar examples for other artists that have been given short shrift. Even mainstream artists with substantial back catalogs — such as Eagles, The Doors, or even U2 or The Rolling Stones — are reduced to an EP’s worth of sound, and played over and over.
Stations such as the "Jack FM" brand tried to buck that trend, with playlists that in many cases doubled the number of songs that a traditional radio station would have. …
Dez 15 2008, 14h52 por hebbelito2 CD:s – one with old musical discoveries, one with just songs from 2008.
Here we go! Enjoy!
10 MUSICAL DISCOVERIES
I bought PS3 and heard “The Seeker” while rocking in Guitar Hero III. I really should listen more to The Who. I love “My Generation”, “Pinball Wizard”, “Eminence Front” and this song, but I still can’t say I’ve heard a whole record of theirs.
I’m not sure why I started listening to this song, but I found it in 2008 and I can’t really get enough of it. Van Morrison is usually not one of my favorites, but I guess I love the simplicity of the song and the catchy refrain. And I must say: artists of today make way too few tribute songs like this one (the song is for Fats Domino).
One of my friends was humming on this one for a couple of weeks, but he didn’t know what it was or where he heard it. I knew the song, I definitely heard it before and it made me crazy when I couldn’t remember the name. …