brad922

Puff da magic dragon, Masculino, Estados UnidosÚltima visita: outubro 2014

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  • endlessunshine

    Hahaha.... I think you are the first person I have ever encountered who has described Kris Kristofferson as ghetto. We don't have many ghettos in Arkansas, but I never would think to use that adjective to describe the man himself. Haha... As far as Janis, I suggest her album 'Pearl' - it's a good one. I also suggest a different genre to you - I love me some classic rock (think Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, etc.) I think that the similarities of artists like George Jones and Johnny Cash and artists like Led Zep, & Floyd are more than people realize. It's definitely a different mode of delivery, but the ideas are the same. The main similarity, I guess, is their storytelling abilities - all of the artists I love are amazing storytellers. If you appreciate this aspect as well, you should totally check these artists out. :)

    6 Mai 2010 Responder
  • endlessunshine

    Oh yes, I have done the Dark Side of the Rainbow a few times. I think its strange the way the plot lines up with the Floyd at times, although I honestly don't think that was the intention of the band like some do. I have been listening to a lot of George Jones lately, he really helps calm me when I'm studying for finals. :) How about you, any new musical discoveries lately?

    30 Abr 2010 Responder
  • endlessunshine

    Haha, I'm digging you listening to Bush. It seems a bit out of place with the other artists on your top tracks. :)

    18 Abr 2010 Responder
  • endlessunshine

    I am a huuuuge fan of Nirvana, and I love every song I have heard Kurt sing. With that said, I think that With the Lights Out was made for intense fans, and wasn't really intended for people unaccustomed to Kurt's ability to scream. Basically, I am under the impression that With the Lights Out is desirable (at least to me) because of the novelty and rarity of the recordings. I believe In Utero, Unplugged in NY, or Nevermind are great albums, and are more accessible to people who are trying to get into the music, or just listen to Nirvana "sometimes". But that's my two cents. :) I listened to the whole box set yesterday, because I was doing work - screaming Kurt keeps me pumped up.

    30 Mar 2010 Responder
  • endlessunshine

    I see you've been listening to Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson - is that the VH1 Storytellers album? Always a favorite of mine.....

    30 Mar 2010 Responder
  • endlessunshine

    Thanks! I'm digging the Johnny Cash in your library - I'm definitely a fan!

    9 Fev 2010 Responder
  • endlessunshine

    Haha... Thanks. I am from Southern Arkansas, and I like to listen to some old school country when I get ready to make those trips. Otherwise, it's like culture shock when I get back to my roots. :)

    5 Dez 2009 Responder

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I'd like to say I have diverse music taste but I prolly dont...my first concert was The Buckinghams. my mom listens to oldies/country...dad listened to country/truck drivin music..out of this mess you get a man that loves kurt cobain screams, tupac's heart, hank williams twang and johnny cash's soul....from garth brooks energy to jewel's lyrics..

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