I:m the DJ on Your Deserted Island...


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What Music Will Rule the Airwave on Your New Estate?

Jazz
1
8%
Rock
3
23%
Country
2
15%
Classical
1
8%
Blues
4
31%
Latin
0
No votes
Reggae
0
No votes
Hip-Hop
0
No votes
Pop (Top-40)
2
15%
 
Total votes : 13

I:m the DJ on Your Deserted Island...

Postby EPelle » Sat Nov 05, 2005 8:58 am

You and all your track buddies from this board have been rescued from that famous music island where you were left alone with your iPODs.

You are now on Pelle3, a luxurious estate which plays music loudly...very.

Here:s the cool thing: You can determine what music plays loudly, all day, all the time, 24/7.

Take five seconds to think about it, then vote above.

Be careful, however, as the one music selection you choose will play when you are happy as well as when you are irritated. When you are gung-ho as well as when you are dead tired.

The single choice you have is yours to make alone. Good luck.
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Postby SQUACKEE » Sat Nov 05, 2005 9:09 am

there is sad blues and happy blues so i be alright.
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Postby Honusonthesound » Sat Nov 05, 2005 9:18 am

You left out "None of the above" and/or "Other". Like, I'm sure, several others, my choices don't fall cleanly into any of those.

If I gotta choose only one, it'd be Beethoven. All Beethoven - all the time. And no, that ain't classical as that'd include such lightweights as Mozart 'n the bunch.

But if I could mix 'n match, I'd halfta have American Traditional as a category. I don't mean country. Yuck! I mean traditional hillbilly music, cajun music, etc. Stuff that's just always been. I guess it's kinda folk, but not to be confused with the gawdawful stuff from the '60s. Examples're The Carter Family, Jimmy Rodgers, etc. up to and including Hank Williams 'n Bob Wills (but usually dating from the '20-'30s, though contemparies like Iris Dement 'n Emmylou Harris 'n that ilk do a nice job of keepin' it alive. Don't fence me in!
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Postby SQUACKEE » Sat Nov 05, 2005 11:20 am

it just occured to me how many varied musical stars i can enjoy by picking the blues!

eric clapton

louis armstrong

robert clay

frank sinatra

stevie ray

billy holiday

jeff beck

jimi hendrix

django reinhardt

albert king

bb king

freddie king

led zepplin

gary moore

david lindley

bonnie raitt

allman brothers

rolling stones

albert collins

beatles-yer blues

to name a few!!
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Postby MJD » Sat Nov 05, 2005 11:30 am

Steve Earle too. Hit the first clip:

http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/store/a ... 15,00.html
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Postby cullman » Sat Nov 05, 2005 12:09 pm

Squackee...you've got to be the only other person who knows who Gary Moore is.

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Postby SQUACKEE » Sat Nov 05, 2005 12:46 pm

cullman wrote:Squackee...you've got to be the only other person who knows who Gary Moore is.

cman

ex rocker with thin lizzy who has in the last 15 years rediscovered his roots. plays mostly a big fat les paul as i do. plays blues with a rock energy which the purist hate but i dig it.
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Postby bad hammy » Sun Nov 06, 2005 6:33 am

I'm the one jazz guy so far (the Country and Pop folks have got to get an island in another ocean; the Rock and Blues folks can be in the same island chain with me).

I need to qualify my pick with the fact that it cannot be just any 'jazz'. It must be:

Anything from Louis prior to 1930.

Anything from Miles and/or Trane prior to 1963.

Anything from Duke, Count, Thelonius, Brubeck, Oscar, Diz, Charlie, Wes, Stan, MJQ, Gerry and most of Francis Albert.

Pretty much anything recorded in the '50s.
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Postby MJD » Sun Nov 06, 2005 6:52 am

Harry Nilsson vs Zep

Discuss
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Postby cullman » Sun Nov 06, 2005 11:43 pm

MJD wrote:Harry Nilsson vs Zep

Discuss


Uh ohh...new music forum to monopolize cman's free time.

Pelle 3 would have to include loud and stoopid guitar music ranging from rockabilly, electrical blues and early 80's heavy metal. R and H (Rogers and Hart/Hammerstein) recordings would be a must as well as a copy of "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) by Edison Lighthouse.

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