16 jui. 2011, 10h20m par TrimusDA
16 jui. 2011, 10h19m par TrimusDA
26 jan. 2009, 3h49m par evilsoybeanJanuary 1, 2009: Blueboy- Chelsea Guitar- Beautiful twee melody of the kind you can't find much of today. I also like the flourishes of Spanish Guitar.
January 2, 2009: Animal Collective- My Girls- Epic experimental pop, whatever, there's nothing I can't say about this song that hasn't been said already.
January 3, 2009: The Whitest Boy Alive- Burning- Perfect music for driving. Such class.
January 4, 2009: Elbow- An Audience With The Pope- Sounds like a cross between seductive cabaret and middle eastern music.
January 5, 2009: Simon & Garfunkel- The Only Living Boy in New York- Perfect fucking folk song.
January 6, 2009: Feist- 1234- When the horns come in in the last minute of the song, I just lose it.
January 7, 2009: They Might be Giants- I've Got A Match- One of the more serious sounding songs TMBG have done, and one that establishes them as a legitimate talented musical group, even when the jokes and gimmicks are stripped away.
16 jui. 2008, 20h00m par Nartireczek8/7/16
1. THE POLICE "Spirits in the Material World" Universal 1981
2. LIVE "Lightning Crashes" Universal 1995
1991 order Kawalera Legii Honorowej
3. "It Ain't Necessarily So" Sony BMG 1958
"Artyści na rzecz VARIUS MANX"
4. "Mówią Mi" Zic-Zac 1996
***Wakacyjna Pocztówka Dźwiękowa***
5. ARCHITECTURE IN HELSINKI "Beef In Box" V2 2008
6. AMON TOBIN "One Day In My Garden" Ninja Tune 1997
7. KLAN "Z brzytwą na poziomki" Longplay 1969
albo po prostu kupić na bazarze kilo
8. ÖSZIBARACK (z węg. brzoskwinia) "Liquid Song" 2.47 2008
by zrobić z nich pyszny
9. THE STROKES Juicebox" Sony BMG 2005
i należy się spieszyć, bo
10. HEY "Maliny Sie Kończą" Izabelin 1994
29 avr. 2008, 2h26m par annodamydal
22 fév. 2008, 1h29m par renatocalisto
27 jan. 2008, 11h34m par holychameleonSat 19 Jan – The Police
Supporting The Police were Fiction Plane and Fergie.
Starting off right on time at 7:30pm were Fiction Plane- I only found out a while before the show that their frontman is Sting's son, so that altered my perceptions of them a bit. Overall I quite enjoyed them: despite not having heard any studio recordings from them, they sounded vaguely like The Killers with some good instrumentation, perhaps a touch of Police sound as well? Anyway they were cool, though not many people seemed to dig them, as with any opening band.
I wasn't keen at all on seeing Fergie, so after Fiction Plane I went to walk around and get some food for my lazy companions and missed the first few minutes. I did -hear- it though, cringing so hard at the opening lines of some recorded voice, "the Dutchess is coming!" etc, very cheesy in my opinion.
However when I actually sat down I could see she knew how to put on a good show. Having a full dance group of about 7 people and a full backing band there was a lot to look at. …
7 oct. 2007, 18h50m par iAshmunki1. Put your iTunes, Windows Media Player, etc. on shuffle.
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.
3. YOU MUST WRITE THAT SONG NAME DOWN NO MATTER HOW SILLY IT SOUNDS.
IF SOMEONE SAYS "IS THIS OKAY" YOU SAY?
Sister, Do You Know My Name? - The White Stripes
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOURSELF?
The Lengths - The Black Keys (I do tend to go into excruciating detail.)
WHAT DO YOU LIKE IN A GUY/GIRL?
Spirits in the Material World - The Police
HOW DO YOU FEEL TODAY?
You Old Eccentric - Orange Juice
WHAT IS YOUR MOTTO?
Spit on a Stranger - Pavement (This couldn't possibly be more accurate.)
WHAT DO YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF YOU?
Let It Drive - ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
WHAT DO YOUR PARENTS THINK OF YOU?
Internal Wrangler - Clinic
WHAT IS 2 + 2?
Asleep - The Smiths
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE PERSON YOU LIKE?
Betrayal Takes Two - Richard Hell & the Voidoids (Know it.)
WHAT IS YOUR LIFE STORY?
I Get Wild: Wild Gravity - Talking Heads
28 juin 2007, 7h58m par jwRADIO1Tue 26 Jun – The Police
My first time to see Sting live, and I see him with the Police! Good show!
We get to our nosebleed, slab of concrete seats at American Airlines center (which coincidentally remind me of riding coach in the back of the plane) and wait for the show to begin. Sting's son's band, Fiction Plane, starts it off pretty well (hey, I know Joe doesn't want to known as Sting's son's band, but until the band gets radio hits I know about, so it goes). They're playing House of Blues Thursday night in Dallas and I'm sure they have a decent show. No moolah left to see you, Joe--your father got it all.
Then the show begins with Synchronicity II and Walking on the Moon. The band sounded strong, and Sting looked SOOO good . Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers, however, were the hardest workers in tonight's show. Stewart was playing like somebody just showed him the check, while Andy just put the check in his pocket. Stewart's timing really was the noticeable gel to tonight's show.
22 mars 2007, 0h45m par DudeTheMathOn the eve of my fortieth birthday, I decided to take the afternoon off work and go riding on the Pinellas Trail (to prove I'm not so old?): thirty-seven and a half miles of former railroad right-of-way stretching from St. Petersburg in the south to the north end of the county. So I popped my road bike on the back of the Honda and headed across Tampa Bay.
Naturally, I took my iPod, and set it on shuffle (but with a bias toward repeating recent artists and albums). As I set out on the trail, it was about 77F and sunny (good thing I used sunscreen!). The first tune was Let The Good Times Roll. I had a stiff following wind, so I made good time as I headed west for the first few miles. Some Neil Diamond, Counting Crows, and another Neil Diamond. The a great kick-out song: "Madman drummers bummers Indians in the summer with a teenage diplomat ..." Yup, some Bruce! I love his version of Blinded by the Light better than the cover by Manfred Mann.