|It's been primarily music and over the last 3 weeks or so the genre has been a majority of classic rock and roll.
KISS (all years and lineups) "All For The Love Of Rock And Roll" is the best song of 2012's "Monster"
Queen + Paul Rodgers "Reaching Out" & "Time To Shine" are standouts
Queen + Adam Lambert "Who Wants To Live Forever" (not even Freddie Mercury could hit those notes live)
Freddie Mercury, Brian May & Roger Taylor Solo Releases "Mr. Bad Guy", "Business" & "Up" respectively
Garth Brooks (new release might outsell Pink Floyd and it's coming out the same day) "People Loving People" new single is taking over the country charts
Taylor Swift (of whom I am listening to now) "Begin Again" is the latest song from her entire catalog in WinAMP presently.
Billy Joel Greatest Hits I, 2 & 3 "You May Be Right" is his best song after "Piano Man"
Blackmore's Night "Dancer And The Moon' Sexy without trying.
Heaven And Hell "Bible Black" really heavy album, probably heavier than Black Sabbath "13" with Ozzy
Black Sabbath "God Is Dead?" from "13"
Ronnie James Dio I spent a good part of my afternoon listening to his entire catalog in shuffle and "Don't Talk To Strangers" is by far my favorite song from Dio, RIP.
Haim (Up and coming trio of sisters) "Falling" is the first and probably best track from their freshman debut.
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers "U Get Me High" has been out for awhile, am downloading his new album at the present moment too.
ACDC "Play Ball" & "Rock Or Bust" are probably 2014's best classic rock and roll songs and their best since "For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
Rush "Clockwork Angels" in full, not one bad song on the entire full length release.
Aerosmith "Music From Another Dimension" is vastly underrated and I must witness them live before they retire.
Journey Arnel Pineda the current singer is great on 2011's "Eclipse" but is no match for any song of the Steve Perry era, "Precious Time" from "Departure" is the top Journey song played over here in the last week.
Stevie Nicks Her duet with Tom Petty "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" is my favorite.
Chantal Kreviazuk "Souls", "Surrounded", "Waiting For The Sun", "Ghosts Of You", All I Can Do' & "In This Life" excellent songs as I have everything she commercially released.
Melissa Etheridge "Enough Rain" is the best song from "4th Street Feeling" & "This Is M. E." her current two releases.
U2 "Songs Of Innocence" I can't wait for the concerts and the countless bootlegs!!!
Boston (latest release is vastly under par to anything from the 80's and 70's)
Led Zeppelin ("All My Love" live from their last concert)
Page & Plant
Robert Plant (Probably would sound excellent with Blackmore's Night)
Pearl Jam "LIve From The Gorge" 2005 & 2006 & "Given To Fly" is my favorite Pearl Jam song out of all their work.
Vanessa Mae (Classic Violinist) "The Platinum Collection" including "Red Hot" (no not Motley Crue's song)
Sammy Hagar "Lite Roast" took time to appreciate, I get into "Eagles Fly" & "One Sip"
Black Veil Brides "Unholy" with Zack Wylde, a KISS "Revenge" cover originally sang by Gene Simmons.
Verscythe "Unfinshed On Earth" a local band in the thrash metal genre and their original, link with a singer whom can sing "Separate Ways (World's Apart) by Journey & "Eyes Of A Stranger" by Queensryche" with ease,
W. K. Mahler (me of course) Well, "Teddy's Song" is the
current trending single available in ITunes, Amazon.MP3, 7Digital and dozens of other digital distribution websites globally.
|Are you high?|
Jefffabiano wrote: Are you high?Apparently he's schizophrenic, according to a PM I received from a QOL user...
|Other than Queen, I listen to my mother.|
inu-liger wrote:...now that -C-O-U-L-D- be a classic side effect :)Jefffabiano wrote: Are you high?Apparently he's schizophrenic, according to a PM I received from a QOL user...
inu-liger wrote:How many topics are you going to spam with rumours of somebody's medical condition, which you received from a third party, on a completely different message board?Jefffabiano wrote: Are you high?Apparently he's schizophrenic, according to a PM I received from a QOL user...
inu-liger wrote:My mistake then sorry.Jefffabiano wrote: Are you high?Apparently he's schizophrenic, according to a PM I received from a QOL user...
|To get back to the actual topic...
Right now on my mobile (MP3 player) I have a selection of Brazilian music:
"Os Afro-Sambas" by Baden Powell and Vinícius de Moraes
"Floresta do Amazônas" by Heitor Villa-Lobos
and best of compilations of the work of Vinícius de Moraes and Jorge Ben.
|A couple of songs I've listened to a lot the last month:
America - Lonely People
Psychic Ills - FBI
Sophie Zelmani - If I could
Mercury Rev - Goddess on a Hiway
Action Bronson - Easy Rider
The Turtles - You Showed Me
The Stepkids - Moving Pictures
|Responding to the title, not to the original post .....
from the "known" bands
- Black Sabbath
- Deep Purple
- Sex Pistols
- Brian May Band
WKMahlerMahlers.Com wrote: Other Than Queen, Who Are You Listening To?you mainly/lately (unfortunately) zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
|I'm going through another Pink Floyd phase at the mo (probably like many others because of the release of their new album).
And I've been listening to Carole King's Tapestry album, and some Tame Impala.
|The King Of Rhye
|I just went through quite a Rush phase myself.............listened to just about every studio album of theirs over the past few weeks!|
|Right now The Endless River,and in a few days, Zimmer's Interstellar. This Novemeber is going great musically speaking.|
inu-liger wrote:Why be so inconvenient with others my dear ??Jefffabiano wrote: Are you high?Apparently he's schizophrenic, according to a PM I received from a QOL user...
Who knows you may be with a personal problem ?
|well, I listening these days :
- King Crimson
- Judas Priest new album
- Raul Seixas (brazilian artist)
- MPB (music popular brazilian)
|David Bowie ,an unknown singer from Europe by the name Gabriela guncikova ,found her on YouTube ,she is easily the greatest female rock singer I ever heard .Foy Vance ,don't generally like Ed Sheeran ,but he covered a song called make it rain for the sons of anarchy ,that blew me away .|
|Azealia Banks - Broke With Expensive Taste
Madonna - Rebel Heart
|Page & Plant live in San Jose 1995|
|The King Of Rhye
|I'm actually at a library at the moment.......just checked out Goats Head Soup by the Rolling Stones, and Maggot Brain by Funkadelic :D|
|Zappa (especially 1967-1969, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1981-1982, 1988)
Deep Purple (especially 1969-1972, 1974-1975, 1987, 1993-1999)
Pink Floyd (especially 1967-1972)
Rainbow (especially 1975-1979)
Manfred Mann's Earth Band
McCartney and Wings
Yes (prog-rock Yes)
Mrmarioanonym wrote: 1. Deep Purple (especially 1969-1972, 1974-1975, 1987, 1993-1999) 2. Pink Floyd (especially 1967-1972) 3. Rainbow (especially 1975-1979) 4. Led Zeppelin 5. Manfred Mann's Earth Band 6. Beatles, McCartney and Wings, George Harrison 7.Bob Dylan,The Band1. what did House of The Blue Light do that Perfect Strangers didn't?
2. no WYWH, Animals or Wall?
3. 4, 6, 7, yep agree
5. grossly underrated band - nice shout
|The King Of Rhye
The King Of Rhye wrote: , and Maggot Brain by Funkadelic :DJust listened to the title track of that again.....the album's worth getting a hold of for just that song! If you call it a song, more like 10 minutes of a guitar solo, but it's damn good :D
|ah listening to some vintage Frank Zappa right now. Some bits and pieces, not in the mood for an entire album right now, just cherry-picking some stuff.
Right now i'm spinning some of YCDTOSA Vol.3 and at this very moment i am listening to the featured rendition (well, it's more of a composite between several concerts during 1982-1984) of Drowning Witch. One of his hardest songs to play, there was not a single performance without a fuck-up somewhere, but luckily enough the guitar solos tended to be long, extended workouts with a tendency to go into uncharted territory. This composite does not feature any of the more far-out solos, but the included ones are not bad. It helps that the song itself is great and much of the performance is too.
After that i might spin some of YCDTOSA Vol.4 (Brown Moses, The Evil Prince, Approximate, Love Of My Life, The Torture Never Stops, Church Chat, Stevie's Spanking, Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy, Fifties Medley)
|I recommend John Frusciante, and especially these songs:
The Will to Death
The Past Recedes
Murderers (a really cool guitar tune)
...he used to play guitar in the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but this is different.
|ipod touch at work........dream theater/queen/slade/rush/bay city rollers/glitter band/metallica.and much more,on shuffel so anything ....|
|Muse/Led Zep/UFO/Deep Purple/Thunder/Billy Idol/Garbage/Magnum/Depeche Mode/The Cult/Stone Sour/Scorpions/Simple Minds/Big Country/Pink Floyd/Rainbow/|
philip storey wrote: Muse/Led Zep/UFO/Deep Purple/Thunder/Billy Idol/Garbage/Magnum/Depeche Mode/The Cult/Stone Sour/Scorpions/Simple Minds/Big Country/Pink Floyd/Rainbow/that's not a bad listening foundation stone there fella...there's only two (garbage and Simple Minds) that I don't really listen to - so can't really comment.
But if you threw in some CCR, Kinks and Blackberry Smoke...well
|Fat Bottomed Queen
|I am also a huge Steely Dan fan!
I also love Hendrix and Funk such as Funkadelic and Parliament.
|Faith No More - Sol Invictus (album)
The Cult - Choice of Weapon (album)
Linda Ronstadt - How Do I Make You (single). Would love to hear Brian and Roger cover this with tradesy-offsy vocals. Paging Deaky!!!
|Fat Bottomed Queen
|I have a hard time admitting this to my friends, but i am also pretty huge on Beethoven.|