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  • Stephen West (7/10/2008 11:07:00 AM) Post reply

    How the ~~~~ do you include Jerry Lee Lewis without at least one of your forbidden words?
    PJ Proby, what a great voice, but only remembered for slitting his pants.
    Shame Jerry Lee is similarly castigated for marrying his thirteen year old cousin, which was allowed in Louisianna at that time. (like it is allowed in Saudi now? ? ? ? ?)
    No one performer has more albums in the congressional Library.
    The Killer made it his business to record virtually every decent country tune for posterity, and added a bit of himself.
    He is the ultimate hero and villain of the twentieth century.
    You see me? I am with the banned!

  • Nik Morgan (7/9/2008 6:30:00 PM) Post reply

    10 of the very best
    The Who
    Billy Brag
    Libertines/babyshambles/Pete D
    The Smiths/Morrisey
    Patti Smith
    Carter USM
    Kings of Leon
    Pink Floyd

  • totally disturbed (7/9/2008 5:49:00 PM) Post reply

    paramore, def leppard
    seether,70's & 80' rock bands
    natilie grant, patsy cline
    some classical music
    papa roach
    stained, and many more!

  • kyle. (7/9/2008 4:29:00 PM) Post reply

    my top 10 (in no particular order)

    1. Amy Winehouse
    2. Duffy
    3. Janis Joplin
    4. Led Zepplin
    5. The White Stripes
    6. Imogen Heap
    7. M.I.A.
    8. Paulo Nutini
    9. Feist
    10. Nirvana! ! ! ! !

    p.s.... maybe some Rihanna if you're down...she cheers me up sometimes.

  • Ashley S (7/8/2008 6:54:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Oh man, this could go on forever..
    Blues.. Muddy Waters
    Bluegrass/Roots Music.. Wood Brothers (They are contemporary)
    Also country/bluegrass/indie rock.. Wilco
    Folk..Bob Dylan,
    Tom Waits.. just because.. he's one of my all time favorites
    Elvis Costello.. timeless with or without the Attractions..
    Classical.. Beethoven's Fifth..
    Country.. Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash..
    Pop and the New Country blows donkeys...

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    • Ashley S (7/8/2008 6:55:00 PM) Post reply

      Emmylou Harris can be classified under Folk I suppose

  • Ernestine Northover (7/8/2008 10:50:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    Blues. Traditional Jazz. Boogie.
    Glenn Miller. Ella Fitzgerald. Andrew Sisters. Louis Armstrong.
    Bach. Handel. Elgar.
    Anything that's relaxing background music.

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    • Stephen West (7/20/2008 12:08:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

      Hi Ernestine As far as I know, nobody has ever explained a phenominum that you have highlighted. Some poeple just cannot stand background music. Is it genetic or behavioural. I could never write th ... more

  • Liana Woolley (7/8/2008 6:22:00 AM) Post reply

    oh and 'within temptation' they R.O.C.K

  • Liana Woolley (7/8/2008 6:21:00 AM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    i love old rock ballards from the 80's for eg: pat benatar etc!
    Bon jovi, metallica, iron maiden, thunder, whitsnake.

    but i like dance music to get me in the mood for a party.

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  • Danny Reynolds (7/6/2008 3:51:00 AM) Post reply | Read 2 replies

    When was the last time you updated the songs for your departure?

    Entry song, something light
    but not too fast.
    (Don’t want the coffin-bearers to trip, do we.
    Cause some can’t help marchin in time with the beat.)
    Got it, Satriani’s “Always with me always with you.”
    Nice tempo and feel and a great bridge for the shred-heads.
    After the initial obligatory intro/extro guff,
    Cheer them up with some happy stuff.
    Got it, Sasquatch by Camel.
    I defy you not to tap your feet to the heart-beat bounce.
    (Though the end goes on a bit.)
    Some more ministerial mouth-wash
    to help wash away my sins?
    Go for the lump in the throat moment,
    Camel’s “Ice”. The full version.
    If it’s a crem job, I roll out to that.
    Then the end of Genesis’s Seconds Out fades in and
    fittingly “Los Endos” concludes with Ethel Merman.
    There’s no Business like Show Business…

    The curtain opens and I roll out for a last bow!

    (Dear undertaker, can you destroy the tape I made
    with my best Vincent Price laugh. The idea's good,
    but the sound quality’s poor.)

    (Note: Funeral's I have attended over the last X years,
    have increasingly been decorated by the personal selection
    of the deceased's supposed favourite music. Music is a very powerful
    medium, but without prior planning the wrong selection may only
    amplify the hurt)

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    • Stephen West (7/16/2008 9:51:00 AM) Post reply

      Just got back to The Gambia after my mum's funeral in the UK. I would rather go to one good funeral than five bad weddings! 85 years, ex wren, big with the Legion and RNA so we had white ensign dra ... more

    • alice sunderland (7/16/2008 6:15:00 AM) Post reply

      i plan 'had me a real good time' by the faces.

  • Gregory Collins (7/5/2008 6:39:00 AM) Post reply

    well, i will have to say anything with a Blue Note jazz address stamped on it qualifies,
    but my favorites are miles davis and john coltrane, it just never gets old,

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