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  • inthesameroom

    The best alternative I've found is Rdio.com - it scrobbles on mobile, is affordable, and has a good recommendation system. Spotify just doesn't cut it for me. :\\

    8 horas atrás Responder
  • inthesameroom

    I wish last.fm radio still worked - I loved listening to your library. :(

    Ontem 06:25 Responder
  • cuntry_trash

    facebook.com/desertsuntecopa Brooks + Paul

    12 Ago 3h16 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    I'm glad that you haven't quit. This is a random question, but what is the longest track that is in your collection? Regardless of whether you've listened to it. I think the longest track I have is Mike Oldfield's Amarok (I've actually listened to the whole thing many times, but it was all before last.fm). You might have also heard of the group Bull of Heaven, which makes insanely long drone/ambient tracks that stretch literally for days, sometimes years. Though the extremeness is more of a novelty, since the band members themselves have not even listened to their own whole discography.

    2 Ago 4h16 Responder
  • penguintiz

    Hi John, I have a new prog piece out http://www.last.fm/music/David+Tisdell/_/Ripples+In+Reality and a new classical recording out http://www.last.fm/music/David+Tisdell/Music+For+Piano+Students+Volume+2/Minuet+in+a+minor+from+the+Anna+Magdalena+Notebook

    29 Jul 12h43 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    Oh no! Has Seederman given up scrobbling? :-(

    29 Jul 2h11 Responder
  • visitors

    Hello Seederman! :)

    1 Jul 1h46 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    Oh, and do you have a list of your truisms? I think they would be interesting to read.

    19 Jun 0h19 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    I don't have any empirical data to back this up, but I believe a lot of albums that feature photos of the artist (or group members) are pop albums where the physical image (looks) of the artist is just as important to the fans, if not more important, than the actual music. Artists who use album art without photos of themselves are more likely to focus entirely on the music. With some artists, though, like Zappa, it's weird. Most are weird drawings/collages but there are a few with his face (Jazz from Hell and The Yellow Shark come to mind). There's also Pink Floyd, who only has one album, Ummagumma, that has a photo of them on the cover. Ummagumma, as you most likely know, is one of their less popular albums (most newer fans nowadays get hooked on The Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall more than anything else). For my own albums I tend to look for ordinary images and then digitally manipulate them so that they become heavily distorted.

    18 Jun 16h18 Responder
  • LiquidSheep

    Nice library. I don't know anyone else who really likes Black Market Karma.

    9 Jun 16h04 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    In some way I would be happier if I were working at the moment (besides the extra money, I feel better about myself when I am actively contributing to society). I will be working again as a teacher in the fall of course, but I want something to do in the meantime. My music is called Volpan on last.fm, and I have a 5-track EP uploaded, but it was in early 2013 and my style has kind of evolved and shifted since then. Do you have any music of your own that you want to share?

    23 Mai 18h29 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    I've also been working on my own music, since I've made some new local friends in the past few months and we started working on a project together. It's nearly finished (the composition side of things is basically over), we just need to record some additional vocals on some tracks and fix up the mixing/mastering side of things. Perhaps it will make an appearance on last.fm in the near future. :-)

    22 Mai 22h21 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    Your former self resembles my present-day self! If it is not immediately apparent from my charts, I have an obsession with an artist whose first name begins with F and last name begins with Z. Though his discography is diverse enough that I could spend an entire day listening to nothing but his stuff and I wouldn't get bored. I'm at the moment still waiting to hear back from some part-time jobs I've applied to to earn some extra cash over the summer, so right now I have a fair amount of free time, so I can do more conscious musical exploration and online socializing on last.fm. Right now I'm going through stuff people have recommended me (I still have to check out Pere Ubu and other artists you mentioned months ago!). Today I just got introduced to Fred Frith's work and I think he is going to be a new favorite in my collection.

    22 Mai 22h19 Responder
  • lost_in_last_fm

    I know this is a bit late, but I want to "congratulate" you for reaching 100 plays on a single artist! ;-) I have to say that I'm amazed with the way you've kept up this horizontal listening style where you listen to a bit of everything and don't give any single artist too much attention (it's really reflected strongly in your Top Tracks chart on the Overall setting).

    22 Mai 21h28 Responder
  • cottoneyejoejoe

    Hello John. Thanks for the add. You've got great stuff here as well and a nice page too.

    8 Mai 6h29 Responder
  • noden67

    Hey from Canada. Liked your post in the game threads about The Stranglers; great band and great song.

    26 Abr 15h29 Responder
  • Madelines

    Hehe, when you're good you're very good, when you're bad you're even better. ; ) I'm glad you are doing well. Yes I do know there is much work involved when working for oneself. Perhaps all that work keeps you semi out of trouble, lol. Great to see you for a moment : )

    23 Abr 20h13 Responder
  • Madelines

    Hiya, how is life? I hope it is good for you.

    23 Abr 19h58 Responder
  • inthesameroom

    Your library is beautiful. Gonna listen to your radio a lot, I can tell.

    20 Abr 5h34 Responder
  • atpgaga

    About "Me and the Devil" by Gil Scott-Heron, you took the words right out of my mouth!

    17 Abr 16h59 Responder
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Sobre mim



About 97% of my plays are hand-picked, on the fly. About 3% are randomly generated. Most plays are from my personal archive of over one million tracks.



I guess the common theme running through my listening years is that I like swirly, droning modal playing. I like exotic instrumentation. I like texture.. I like sincerity and devotion in the playing. I like a 4/4 rock beat, or alien beats. I like syncopation. I prefer abstract, impressionistic lyrics over wordy ones unless the writer is a real talent. I like exploration and risk taking. I like music that thumbs its nose at convention. I like music from around the world. I like being exposed to new ideas...

I also have my sentimental, gloopy side which means I play my fair share of schmaltz, too. But I try to limit it so that it doesn't mess up my radio station too much...

Except under the most extreme of circumstances, I don't judge people by the music they like. This is what I like; your results may vary.

All 'friendship' requests accepted, even if I don't like ya personally. This is because I am a firm believer in the 'cross-pollinization' of musical ideas that David Crosby has talked about for 40 years... I like most people tho ;-)

Weird Fact About My Listening Habits I Learned After Joining last.fm

I never knew this about myself, but I have very abnormal listening habits... I guess I should have known, but I'm dense that way sometimes. At 18000 last.fm plays, my #50 artist had 83% as many plays as my #1 artist. My #500 artist has 17% as many plays as my #1 artist. These are freakishly high percentages as it turns out, compare them to your own... ;-) Another weird thing is that my top 50 artists only account for about 8% of my total plays, a freakishly low percentage. I guess I'd describe myself as a radically horizontal listener, rather than a rigidly vertical one, if that makes sense...

On "Hearting" Songs

People have asked me why I "heart" so many songs... Three reasons, really. It makes a better playback of my radio station (unhearted songs usually don't come up often), I really do love, like, or want to hear again the songs that I heart (I usually only play stuff I like, or think I *might* like), and also it serves as a way of 'recommending' stuff to people who check out my play history. If you like the artist, you'll probably like the hearted songs...

Songs left unhearted don't necessarily suck. They just didn't grab me the first time. Some get hearted on subsequent plays, others never get that heart, and some get their hearts removed on re-evaluation. It *might* mean the song sucks, but it also could just mean indifference. Or, it means I dozed off when it was on, and missed it.

If you truly have a need to know my most favorite songs, look for the ones I tagged "Seederman Top Pick"

About tagging

Generally, I tag every artist I play (I didn't do thus for my first 6 months here). I tag them by genre and decade (always), location (often), instrument (usually in the case of a virtuoso), and also have invented some whimsical tags of my own. Feel free to explore my playlist by genre, if so inclined.

Cloud: http://www.last.fm/user/Seederman/library/tags
List: http://www.last.fm/user/Seederman/library/tags?view=list&sortOrder=desc&sortBy=taggedcount

About my journal

Click here for Seederman's Six Packs, and Seederman's Rock and Pop Reprints

About my radio

I'm happy if anyone wants to give my radio a try. Just be forewarned that it is sometimes a bumpy listen, and that a lot of my favorite songs, if not most, are not hosted at last.fm. So it sounds a lot lamer than it should. However, there are a lot of good tracks in there, so if yer looking for new listening ideas, feel free. Comments welcome.

What kind of flower is that?

It is a Datura trumpet, aka Jimson Weed.

More on Datura here







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