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  • SAGYology

    Don't really remember if we discussed about Pat Metheny, but I've checked out a couple of his studio and live albums (at Burghausen jazz festival and Monterey jazz festival). However, it has been a while since I listened to this albums and can't remember any details. All I know is that I gave those live albums a full spin. As they're both over 1 hour long I'm sure I found them quite enjoyable. It's a very nice chill out jazz fusion and I should give them more spins. Anyway, have fun on the concert and hopefully you'll tell me how it went!

    31 mai 2014 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    I just realized a lot of Jarmusch movies have a plot I somehow find interesting. I'll definitely watch more of his movies. The thing is I rarely watch movies and have at least 20 titles on my to-watch list, so it'll take some time until I get there. :D Haven't seen any Game of Thrones episode nor read any books yet just because I think it would be difficult to follow and remember all those characters George R.R. Martin kills. :D

    25 mai 2014 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    I'm currently reading The making of jazz: a comprehensive history by James Lincoln Collier for the third time already. Most other favourite books are in the realm of spirituality, science and psychology. I've read only a small number of novels in my entire life, so I'm not sure if I could pick out favourites atm. :D That's always interesting when you first read books than watch movies/series afterwards. Nowadays when I hear some movie is based on the book there's always certain doubt in my mind about whether I should read the book before watching a movie. :) Unfortunately, Down by Law is the only Jarmusch movie I've seen so far. However, one of his movies is on my to-watch list - Dead Man. How many of his movies have you seen and is that cinematic use of silence one of his trademarks?

    19 mai 2014 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    I'm fine. Spending most of my time re-reading some of my favourite books and exploring some graphic design tips and tricks. Yeah I know that feeling when album clicks immediately. ;) That actually happens to me a lot lately. Swordfishtrombones is one of the strongest experimental rock albums I know of and most important every song is memorable because it's an experimental album done with a lot of good taste. :) Down by Law is a brilliant movie and Tom shows great acting skills especially in the nonverbal scenes. When you ask most people about this movie they mostly remember "that funny Italian guy." :D That's a nice description of his voice. Now I'm not really sure if you'd love Closing Time since his voice in early recordings doesn't sound like that. :D

    18 mai 2014 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    Hey Kajtek, how's it going? I see you're recently heavily digging into music of Tom Waits. Do you like Swordfishtrombones? It's probably my favourite Tom Waits album along with his debut album Closing Time.

    11 mai 2014 Répondre
  • brmc0509

    Hey...I agree somewhat with Kitchenknives......newest CD Spectre of the Feast has heavier tracks such as "Rival" & "Teenage Disease". If "Sell It" doesn't make you stomp around, I don't know what can. Stick with them...they're worth it. BRMC fans are incredibly loyal..... Also, they are heavier live!!!

    10 mars 2014 Répondre
  • kitchenknives

    In response to your post on the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club page: It depends which songs you heard. They tend to hop back and forth between more upbeat rock and slower, shoegaze-inspired stuff. Maybe you happened to click on some mellow tracks or maybe the harder stuff just isn't hard enough for you. I'd recommend you try listening to 'Conscience Killer', 'Weapon of Choice', 'Berlin' and 'Whatever Happened To My Rock N Roll' for examples of their more heavier tracks.

    20 jan. 2014 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    All jazz fusion musicians have some kick ass playing techniques, and they can play almost anything! Al Di Meola is in the jazz fusion business for a long time and even though I'm not familiar with his albums I'm sure he explored all sides of jazz fusion he could find. Hmm in jazz accordionists are usually only participating in gypsy swing arrangements. As you already know I've heard him play with De Lucia and John McLaughlin. Mediterranean Sundance is definitely a huge masterpiece! What album would you recommend me to start with?

    1 déc. 2013 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    Have fun on Al Di Meola concert tonight! Hopefully you're going to share a couple of impressions with me when you find enough spare time!

    30 nov. 2013 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    It's true, excellent music taste runs in the family. ;D I've listened to Live Dead (1969) numerous times and Europe '72 once or twice, but tbh the Grateful Dead never clicked with me as much as Phish. You might first want to check out their popular jams on youtube like Weekapaug Groove, Mike's Song, You Enjoy Myself, Simple or Wilson. These are the songs they almost always play with lots of variation, different rhythms, length etc. Phish never play the same setlist during tour's so they understandably have a very large fan following, though I gotta say you probably won't find them as catchy as Gov't Mule.

    22 nov. 2013 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    Wow, eargasm after eargasm! This is a very pleasant surprise because I thought Allman Brothers are kings of southern jam rock, and this is something out of this world. Astonishing musical correspondence between bass and electric guitar plus that excerpt from Eternity's Breath in the middle of the song! Now I know why are you listening Gov't Mule so much lately! :)

    21 nov. 2013 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    Sorry mate, I haven't even noticed you left me a shout 5 days ago. Hmm you can always add artist you want to explore in your library. For example I have a txt document on my computer where I write down name of the band and best starting point (by someone's recommendation or my my own prediction). Imho from all social networks I'm familiar with LastFM is the closest to perfection.

    10 sept. 2013 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    Nope, I know only massively played song on the radio - Sabotage. Haven't listened much, A Tribe Called Quest are kinda nice but still not exactly my cup of tea. At least I got through some of their full length albums so that's a good sign. Once I've tried Public Enemy's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and stopped after just a couple of songs. Wu Tang Clan hmm, I remember one of their music videos from MTV. Gravel Pit If I recall correctly.

    29 août 2013 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    Well I first started with their instrumental jazz funk fusion albums and then decided to try some other. Those jazz fusion albums are very relaxing and interesting to listen to, they have a very special chill out vibe so it's like listening ambient music. Paul's Boutique is the one that clicked with me the most so far and I haven't listened to Ill Communication yet.

    29 août 2013 Répondre
  • SAGYology

    Welcome back! I knew this day would come, sooner or later. =) Fresh start with some Beastie Boys as I can see. How do you like them? I think they are pretty good, but like with most hip-hop I can't stand it for too long because they talk way too much. :D

    29 août 2013 Répondre
  • Envisaomdoden

    Yeah. I have heard about Fonobar through Brutus. But maby Poland will have to wait until we tour there. To bad you haven't given our fullenght a proper spin yet ;) You should! Cheers!

    3 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • MidwestLounger

    I agree with what you said on the Clutch shoutbox. Walking Dead is an epic show.

    2 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • Envisaomdoden

    Haha! I don't know man ;) By the way, do you got any good rock clubs close yo where you live? We are currently booking a little europatour. Did you listen anything to the new album by the way?

    14 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • schollad

    Well cant really say kind of lost interest in them since Fish left the band ..Watch them Preform the whole misplaced... album live in the eighties and it was a good concert maybe thats why its my favorite ... And yeah She said is one of the best Colour Haze albums hard to say kind of like them all.. Would sooo like to see them live but no Scandinavian tour in sight

    13 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • schollad

    Hi... Nice to see clutching at straws on your page reminded me of my long time forgotten LP collection ..But must say misplaced childhood is my favorite one by Marillion.

    12 nov. 2012 Répondre
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