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Your latest Music 'find'

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Scotty, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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  2. #1 Tah Chilla Wilson (44)

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    Ended up there after being in bed in pajamas 30 mins before. Unbelievable night.
  3. Antony Alex Ross (28)

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    You across Jackie Onassis mate? They kill.

    It is what it is likes this.
  4. Sully John Eales (66)

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  5. USARugger John Thornett (49)

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    Been following these guys for a while but this song is just ridiculously good.
  6. boyo Mark Ella (57)

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    Mrs. boyo and I saw "Hugh Laurie and the Copper Bottom Band" last night.

    We took a punt.

    Blues and jazz.

    Very good.

    Some of you may recognize this song (Jack Rabbit Slim's):-

  7. rugbyskier Ted Thorn (20)

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    I like the clip of this song. If nurses at mental institutions are like this, can I be committed now?

    Hedley is a Canadian band with a diverse range of styles from alternative to pop. This one is a tongue in cheek tribute to electro pop.
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  8. It is what it is John Solomon (38)

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  9. dasduke Frank Nicholson (4)

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  10. Dismal Pillock Paul McLean (56)

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    I listen to both kinds of music:

    * slow doom metal


    * glacially-slow doom metal.

    Recent find was GOATSNAKE.

    Perfect for rugby players, iHomo: heavy, moronic, HEAVY, monotonous knuckle-dragging munt. Plus it doesnt have the daft cookie monster vocals that are so often a deal-breaker

    this LP is currently in transit mail-order from Jesusland to my hot little pants. I have thousand of records and dozens of cd's. Never downloaded anything.
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  11. The_Brown_Hornet Nick Farr-Jones (63)

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    Love me some doom. My latest music finds:

    Classic English Prog, courtesy of Big Big Train

    Wicked jazz funk from Snarky Puppy (I'm a sucker for a great horn section)

    Instrumental guitar music from a young fella from Sydney

  12. rugbyskier Ted Thorn (20)

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    This would have to be the best pop song ever

    Josh Ramsay co-wrote 'Call Me Maybe' for Carly-Rae Jepsen and has said he has gotten sick of being asked "how do you write a great pop song?" so he decided to write Pop 101 as an instruction manual and to take the piss out of a number of pop artists. The song is brilliant, it's satirical and extremely catchy. I've picked several pisstakes in the video clip - Justin Timberlake, Mumford and Sons, Kesha, Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke and Redfoo. I like the guest rapper who is there to fill in a quiet bit. "Some things just go together, like higher, desire and fire" :)
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  13. Ruggo Mark Ella (57)

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    RIP Jack Bruce. Cream were such an awsome band.
  14. The_Brown_Hornet Nick Farr-Jones (63)

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    Agreed, a highly influential musician as well.
  15. Baldric Jim Clark (26)

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    Grew up on Cream. Brilliant music. Disraeli Gears prolly their best.
  16. oztimmay John Hipwell (52)

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    Close enough for me. Part of my musical upbringing was listening to stoner rock like Kyuss and (to a lesser degree) QOTSA. more recently I've discovered Unida, which got John Garcia and Scott Reeder from Kyuss. I claim recent find becuas;e they've re-released old EPs and are doing a few festivals. John/Scott were probably jealous that Josh Homme is doing so well.

    The Unida song that has captured my attention thus far - If Only Two:

    There's a lot more in my musical history, this is jsut the tip. Could camp in this thread :)
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  17. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    For the oldies on here:

    A mate put me on to Diana Krall (AKA Mrs Elvis Costello, also AKA Mrs Declan Patrick McManus).
    Lovely jazz voice for chilling out with a nice glass of Coonawarra Red.

    Also, on the Jazz theme, Patricia Barber can hold a tune when she tries.

    She could chill a Single Malt Whiskey.

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