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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by bighiker2003, Jan 31, 2008.
Motorhead - Ace of spades
i have a live motorhead dvd...think im just gonna let it play all day...lol
Damn, my Song of the Week is over a month old. I just updated the song in my signature.
Alvin Lee and Ten Years After, The bluest Blues. Click and enjoy.
Think small smoky barroom with a makeshift stage, 1:30AM, nursing the last beer you could scratch up the bucks for, knowing your eyes are as red as they feel...
thanks HR...thats a badass song by a badass band.....checkout their version of sonny boy williamsons "help me" it's also, well uh, ....badass.....
Got it, thanks.
Ten Years After - Help Me - YouTube
Added to my growing YouTube playlist. I love late night Blues.
Rory Gallagher - Notes from San Francisco.
and while youre there folks, check out the original by sonny boy williamson...it's the song the turned me on to the blues in the first place ,and the first song i ever learned how to play note for note on the harmonica... i juuuust looooves me some sonny boy!!!!
Lately I've been listening to Florence & the Machine - Ceremonials. There are a few songs I would love to have fun to. The song 7 devils make me think of stripping.
Legends of the Frost
Legends Of The Frost | Miracle Of Sound
And next on the list...
Blind Guardian- And Then There Was Silence
Blind Guardian - And Then There Was Silence - Memories of a Time to Come 2012 - YouTube
Slow motion bossa nova by Celso Fonseca
Dream Theater - On The Backs Of Angels - YouTube
i should have some dream theater in my collection.....
Love Dream Theater! Nice choice Trond.
I'm listening to Drowning Pool - Bodies Bodies - Drowning Pool (High Definition) - YouTube at the mo - feeling a bit more rockchick today.
Well here's a Dream Theater golden oldie live, no less
Dream Theater - A Fortune in Lies - YouTube
"manualist plays bohemian rhapsody on jimmy kimmel live!"
You make me feel like farting.
Pendulous Fall (Bonus Track) by Kamelot - Ghost Opera - YouTube
Right now, I am listening to the oldest song I have ever heard, an approximately 2000 year old Greek song, which was found with notes and lyrics written on a tombstone (date is actually uncertain, from 200 BC to 100 AD):
Ancient Greece: Song of Seikilos - YouTube
7 devils - Florence & the Machine
The Lay of Thrym - Tyr