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  • Olivia Misery (7/21/2008 10:59:00 PM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    I'm sorry, I'm not very popular, nobody really knows who I am, haha. :)
    I just got a new i-pod, and I was wondering if anybody wanted to reccomend any bands.
    And just so yah know, I don't listen to rap, R&B, country, or hip hop. ^^

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    • Stephen West (7/30/2008 7:57:00 AM) Post reply

      Agree with you on rap and hip hop But see my list on music u like Pick our John Hyatt and the Goners Album called 'Beneath this Gruff Exterior' Not quite country, not quite blues not quite rock an ... more

    • Tai Chi Italy (7/22/2008 2:56:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

      Aww Olivia! I wouldn't say that, but not knowing who you are can be a disadvantage to getting to like you! lol Lucky you getting an ipod! make sure it lasts more than 6 months. I am not too impresse ... more

  • Tai Chi Italy (7/19/2008 11:06:00 AM) Post reply

    Waht music can do for you too!

    The music swells
    I see you
    Hips, legs, arms, everywhere
    Every inch falls
    Into seductive rhythm
    I feel you
    In all of my senses
    Fingertips caress
    Your body grinds
    I control you
    With my shuddering desire
    Whispers in my ear
    Confirm my suspicions
    I imagine you
    For tonight
    You are my dream
    My twisted reality

    Twisting and winding in front of you
    Embraced by the music and your eyes a fire,
    Her body sways as you devour
    Her shivering and quivering as the music takes
    Her into your arms,
    Moving into her with the greatest of ease,
    You tease, charm and alarm her.
    Your thoughts diving into her mind,
    Your hands roaming over her beautiful behind,
    Directing her most sinful moans,
    Grinding and winding her against you hard

    Her body of expressive desire!
    Yours to sup.
    She is overflowing
    For you,
    Her most sensuous loving cup.

    Circa May 2008 but it was all a bit of a dream!

  • Anne Loo (7/18/2008 2:29:00 PM) Post reply

    I'm not very picky with the music I hear. Although I can say some of them are well known to the radio stations. I'm listening to My Chemical Romance right now, and I like it's beat a lot.

  • J Lee (7/17/2008 1:50:00 PM) Post reply

    Bought a cd recently, though there only music & no song still it very nice. There lot of diffrent kind.There's theme of mission impossible, also so music like the chinese dragon dance & it all drum, there also another kind of instrument i don't recongize.There also music play on the electric volin by BOND, music from titanic & other like chinese, mexican, spanish & many i could not recongize from many cultures.The music are soothing, & those that perk u up, music that make you think of home & song that as you listening you wish that someone is with you so both can enjoy & dance with the music.There also one that make you think of things you should not.

  • Tai Chi Italy (7/14/2008 7:07:00 PM) Post reply


    The Cure for all of life’s flying fur moments
    Let her lick your coat….
    Let her preen you.
    Push her beautiful butt
    Right up against you.
    Leaning in
    Rubbing you all over

    with her purring….licking…..sensual sin
    LoveCats together, on our hot tin roof of nine lives and

    *Inspired by love, The Cure and their song of the same title

  • Cecilia Nicoletti (7/14/2008 1:15:00 PM) Post reply

    I like it music from 60 s 70 s and 80 s.Waht we hear now its just Synthesis fronm this previouss.
    I like waht is calloed folk music, Big bands from the seventies.The real meaniong of music as an art expression on Beatles, an act of rebellion as Rolling Stones or and full of meaning as Pink Floyd.
    I like so much the esth3ethic from Gothic bans as S o Mercy, TRhe Missiopn Uk, All Ablout Eve(...) and some others.
    I now like Keane, Evanescence and Muse.
    But I thnik there will never be a decade of Music like the 80 s
    u2, sting, s vega,10000maniacs, Rem, Whitesnake, New Order, The CVure, Simple Mind, The Fix, etc etc etc

  • Existential Despair (7/12/2008 5:36:00 AM) Post reply

    Songs i love for the beautifull combination of words concocted to make them.
    -Too Far Gone, by The All-American Rejects
    -Saving Smiles, by Vannessa Carlton
    -Weakness In Me, by Keisha White
    -Welcome To My Life, by Simple Plan

  • Not a member No 3 (7/11/2008 4:30:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Just listened to Soldier Blue, Buffy St Marie on youtube - the 'to all tribes' version I think.. the one with the brilliant bison images on the screen. A powerful, inspiring song methinks. Also listened to her Universal Soldier. Hasn't quite the musical power of SB, but is still a damn fine song imv. Both worth hearing again, and the sound quality is fine.

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    • Stephen West (7/20/2008 11:45:00 AM) Post reply

      Hi James I saw Soldier Blue in the cinema just after the Mi Lai massacre which it mirrored, and before the censor recut it. It did as much for the cause of Native Americans as it contributed to the ... more

  • Tai Chi Italy (7/10/2008 2:07:00 PM) Post reply

    Two songs and artists that turn Tai's legs to jelly! and back to a time when life was wonderful all the time....

    Imagined Life by Lou Barlow circa 2005

    My blood ran hot, I turned to liquid
    The day I held your hand in mine
    It happened so slowly
    Then there wasn't any time

    You held the air between us carefully
    The season turned behind the wheel
    I became what you believed me to be
    Fell the way you made me feel

    Out of my imagined life
    The circle in my brainn
    The pattern trap that holds me back
    If you could love me I could find a way

    Now what of what the heart is wanting
    That this day may not allow
    Changes, planning
    Things that cannot happen now
    Change is happening right now

    Out of my imagined life
    The circle in my brain
    The pattern trap that holds me back
    If you could love me
    I could find a way, away


    So Alive by Love % Rockets

    I don't know what colour your eyes are, baby
    But your hair is long and brown
    Your legs are strong, and you're so, so long
    And you don't come from this town

    My head is full of magic, baby
    And I can share this with you
    The feel I'm on a cross again, lately
    But it's nothing to do with you

    I'm alive
    Oh Oh, so alive
    I'm alive
    Oh Oh, so alive

    This drug makes me crazy
    Makes me see you more clearly.
    Oh, baby, now I can see you.
    Wish I could stop,
    Switch off the clock,
    Make it all happen for you.

    I'm alive
    Oh Oh, so alive
    I'm alive
    Oh Oh, so alive


    Don't know what colour your eyes are, baby
    But your hair is long and brown
    Your legs are strong, and you're so, so long
    And you don't come from this town

    My head is full of magic, baby
    And I can share this with you
    The feel I'm on top again, baby
    That's got everything to do with you

    I'm alive
    Oh Oh, so alive
    I'm alive
    Oh Oh, so alive

    I have an eclectic taste in most things especially music but these two guys voices and songs take me to where I long to be, in happy land....smiling literally Tai :) What two songs do it for you I wonder?

  • Stephen West (7/10/2008 12:04:00 PM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    Music Favourites.
    Anything by Verdi, almost anything by Mahler, some Beethoven and bits of Mozart, oh yes, and that guy who did 'Jesus' blood never failed me yet'
    Rock and Roll~
    I am going to show my age. Jerry Lee, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Johnny Kidd, Little Richard, The Everlys, Chuck Berry. I have seen every one of them at least once live on stage, and some are no longer with us. Elvis when he was tenor and good.
    Other 50's
    Judy Garland, Buddy Greco, some Sinatra and Tony Bennet
    Most Stones, some Beatles, bits of Zombies, Kinks and Amen Corner, oh yes, and Billy Fury
    70's and 80's
    Queen, Bowie, Ian Drury (the banana poet of my generation) , The Sex Pistols (for their nerve and the damage they did to things worth damaging)
    Shirley Bassey, Charles Aznavour, Edith Piaf and Gilbert Becoud.
    The Furies (and david Arthur)
    Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, John Hyatt (am I the only person in the country with TWO of his albums?
    Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Sonny Boy Williamson and John Lee Hooker and I saw all of them live too.
    Stanley Hollaway and Marriot Edgar. (Don't ignore history! See Edgar's page on this site.) Stan Freberg.
    Les Mis, Mama Mia, Blood Brothers, West Side Story.
    One hit wonders that I thought were going to make it.
    Fox, Eden Kane.
    Recent Stuff.
    Celine Dion is not bad, and there is some good collaboration work coming out of West Africa with Youssou N'Dour and Baba Mal
    Most of Rod Stewart and Bob Dylan, all of the Bay City Rollers, Barbara Streisand, Cher, Partridge Family and Jethro Tull, Pat Boone, all Rap and most Reggae except Johnny Nash and do not try to persuade me any different!
    Wot, No Jazz?
    Well Stephane Grappelli, Django Reinhard and the Hot Club of Paris just make it.

    ......and they say manners (or clothes) maketh the man..........
    when really it is the record collection (or the bookcase) .
    A long time ago in a Birmingham hotel I got raving drunk with Gene Vincent who introduced me to Southern Comfort, (the drink, not Matthew's band!) That is as good a reason as any to remember a man is it not?

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