Thread: What are you listening to?
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Right now I'm listening to Third Day - Offerings II.
Then I'm gonna put on The Everglow by Mae - it's gotta be one of my favourite CD's at the moment - has anyone ever heard of them?
'Fresh Air' with Terry Gross, online live, via KUOW˛ from www.KUOW.org. She is interveiwing the outgoing Presiding Bishop of the American Episcopal Church regarding the Archbishop of Canterbury's letter concerning the possible split in the the Anglican Communion caused by the recent General Convention of the American Episcopal Church decision concerning the ordination of gay bishops.
Wow, that sounds quite serious...
I'm listening to KFM - the Cape's no.1 radio station "playing the best hits and memories" and often the biggest load of junk ever, in my opinion, but sadly, it really is the best radio station (apart from streaming audio which uses up too many megs).
Oooo...new songs! I'm sorry, I haven't heard of any of the titles mentioned in this page. Boy, I must've been away for sooo long, eh?
Anyways, my favourite is still Il Divo. And I've been playing Isabel on my mp3 for two days. I MUST learn the words to that song! It breaks my heart!
TV is on in the background and all I can hear are fans screaming their lounges out
Germany -Italy ..but maybe I should be listening to ENYA ..May it be ...my favourite
Germany V Italy: that game was a cliffhanger till the end, which I didn't expect... but oh well, every eon or so I turn out to be wrong
Right now I am listening to my playlist on PureVolume.com and the song of the moment is 'Love Train' by Wolfmother :
When Susanna Cry by a great norwgian singer Espen Lind
WBUR.org's On Point online via KXOT.org where they are talking about providing chronic homeless people housing, before anything else.
I can't let go The Boss
; this time it is the Springsteen-album :"The Seeger Session"
, it is running 'round and around.
I know you are a big fan of the Boss
Im listening to Jan Eggum
a norwegian trubadur/artist and song writer EN NATT FORBI
I'm listening to Harry Shearer's Le Show via KXOT.org
Pachelbel's Canon - but all in electrical guitar, so unbelievably amazing, a video off youtube.com
Listening to and loving Anberlin's first album BlueprintsForTheBlackMarket.
If you want some decent, new, rocking music with no foul language - try Anberlin.
I'm listening to Katie Melua - Nine million Bicycles lovely soft voice
im listening to the annoiyng sound of the computer again...
Have you tried putting the music on son?
Open Source via WGBH.org where Chris Lyden and friends are discussing the sad goings on in the Levant.
Thus spake the nightspirit - Emperor
Halloen! I'm hereby leaving the Boss and go right back in Eva Cassidy's
tunes again. And here we go again!!
Johnny Cash singing Sea of Heartbreak.
Wet Sand by the Red Hot Chili Peppers...good song!
favorite lines: "My love affair with everywhere was innocent why do you care?" "I saw you there so unaware those hummingbirds all in your hair." such good lyrics!
What about good ol' Willie Nelson's "Blue Eyes Crying in The Rain"; in my mind also a winner!
Did you make popcorn Grondy ? Yummy
I'm listening to the sound of cars passing by outside the window at work..
To the smalltalk of two granddaughters of mine. They are visiting, are double cousins, both almost seven and have missed each other for 3 months. Do they have lots to tell.
No popcorn, (I make that with a hot air popper) I was heating Safeway's Beef and Broccoli with rice and Chinese oyster sauce for my dinner.
I have been listening to an archived edition of Friday's Diane Rehm Show from WAMU.org
That sounds like it was an interesting meal!
I'm listening to Hole in the Sky by Pantera on my iTunes right now... I also anticipate hearing the crash of valuables from below, as my sister is soon to be hosting a sleepover.
Adam Green: Jessica Simpson
I'm listening to the European Athletic Championship
. I just learned who became the newJavelin-master!
Anyone might guess which is his native country!
I have not the slightest idea Raf
I'm listening to a band called 'Running with Scissors'
. The song is 'Green eyes'; very spiffy music. Good lyrics, good sound; what more could one ask for at 1:49 pm?... lunch might be good too...
i'm listening to "I write sins not tradgedies" by panic at the disco....i'm in love with that band, i swear. and i adore the song titles.
Terry Gross's Fresh Air radio show via kxot.org. Terry is on vacation this week and someone else is filling in for her.
Through reading this thread I've recently been inspired to listen to 'The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage' by Panic! at the Disco. (You can't for get that '!')
First Shinra's Theme from the videogame Final Fantasy VII, and then of course Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
My version of Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D Major OP. 36 (1802-03) which I minimized in 1998 on my Commodore, where only six instruments can be playing at any one instant, three on the left and three on the right, if you have the stereo cartridge. It was included on John's War Nags published by LOADSTAR in 1999.
My 2 youngest daugthers singing Singstartrying to copy Alicia Keys ; Fallin'
The Dames - Whoa is Me. They are a local band; slightly Ska, mostly Punk.
That's adorable Mellon!
If anyone can understand the words to the song of the above link and find they are objectional due to words or subject matter not being acceptable for our young members, please let a council member know, that the link can be disabled. - Thanks
Meanwhile I'm listening to Open Source
Benny Hill: Ernie, The Fastest Milkman in the West
Has anyone heard of that or heard it, its a comical performance, a great song
The fastest milkman ? Is that the one they use every time at the ending of Benny Hill episodes ? Hilairious Loss
I'm listening to Yester-me , Yester-you, Yesterday
by Stevie Wonder
Wow... been a long time since I've been here..
Anyway, currently listening to Natasha St-Pier - Pourquoi Tant De Larmes (Why so many tears?)
I am listening to 'Get Born Again' By Alice in Chains
I love Ernie - The Fastest Milkman in the West and his horse, Trigger who pulled the fastest milkcart in the west.....
I am listening to Aslan, an Irish band, performing a version of Pink Floyd's 'Wish You Were Here'. Good version - Migsy - you should listen to it if you have the chance.
The album Wish you Were Here was dedicated to Syd Barrett, original PF frontman who had left a few years earlier. Syd Barrett died recently.
So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from Hell
Blue skies from Pain
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail ?
A smile from a veil ?
Do you think you can tell
And did they get you to trade
Your heroes for ghosts ?
Hot ashes for trees ?
Hot air for a cool breeze ?
Cold comfort for chains ?
And did you exchange
A walk on part in the war
For a lead role in a cage
How I wish, how I wish you were here
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl
Year after year
Running over the same old ground
What have we found ?
The same old fears
Wish you were here
Now listening to one of my all time Floyd favourites - Comfortably Numb....
yes it was played after each episode i think
And as he leaped down from of his van
Hot blood through his veins did course
And he went across to Ernie's cart
And he didnarf kick his horse
Who's name was Trigger (Triiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigger)
my favourite part
Im listening to it again, such a classic
The radio program Open Source via WGBH.org, where the topic today is about the rationale behind the unequal distribution of the gummint funds to the individual families of the victims of 9-11 Twin Towers attack.
I Only Want You
by the Eagles of Death Metal. It is the live version done at Slims
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The radio program Open Source via WGBH.org, where the topic today is Ellington, Newport and the American Century. They are playing “Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue,” which I have on vinyl from the fifties as well as on tape. Man that Paul Gonsalves swings, let alone rocks.