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CD #2 in my car cd player.......

You Can Call Me Al - paul Simon
And She Was - Talking Heads
Lullaby - The Cure
Visions of You - Jah Wobble
Down Under - Men at Work
Cocaine - Eric Claptin
Reasons to be Cheerful part 3 - Ian Dury
Stupid Girl - Garbage
Psycho Killer - Talking Heads
Devil Will Ride - Gomez
Try Not To Breathe - REM
Brown Sugar - Rolling Stones
The Circle - Ocean Colour Scene
Under African Skies - Paul Simon
Let it Be - TheBeatles
Everywhere - Fleetwood mac
Myself playing Classical Gas on the guitar.
Does humming count? Or songs stuck in your head?? That's what I'm listening to... Big Smile Smilie

Assorted chatting and bickering from family members.
American Routes on public radio. This time their featuring the music of Pete Seeger.
Santana - Samba Pa Ti
Radio playing U2's the Sweetest Thing.
An airplane, traffic, and birds outside.
traffic, birds both inside and outside, tv, the clock, refrigerator, air pump in the fishtank, some people talking outside, some metal clangings, an airplane, the water, me typing...
Nitaprob8 - noise, noise, noise - where in your house is your computer??? Big Smile Smilie

Let's is really quiet this morning...oh, yes - I can hear my sister's music wafting up the stairs: Diana Degarmo, our choice of who should have won American Idol this year.
Opeth - Under the Weeping Moon
Feedback by Rush
Heavy Horses-Jethro Tull
Imaginary Day-Pat Metheny
Also having a bit of a Yes phase, but Tull do it every time for me
"Iron-clad feather feet pounding the dust
An October's day towards evening"

A two foot diameter box fan, trying to stay cool. Cool Elf Smilie
My brother sawing wood outside.
Lawnmowers...and weed-whackers...and all things normally associated with lawns and pruning them.
My down-the-hall neighbor speaks very very loudly on the phone. I'm trying not to listen, but I've got my door closed and am a good 50 feet away, and around a corner, but I can still hear him clearly. Also, my computer's started making a sort of high-pitched squeal, which I am listening to in hopes that it'll go away soon...
Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings
Cypress Hill and Damian Marley - Ganja Bus
Opeth - Karma
Therion - To Mega Therion
RHCP - Under the Bridge
Hey Chikakat, that sound your computer is making could be coming from the fan inside the CPU. Mine did that when it was on for several hours.

That was before the computer died...
Right now I'm listening to the gurgle of the aquairiums, and the traffic outside and The stones, *daddy you're a fool* inside me head
Angels vs. Texas Rangers, currently my Angels are up 7-0, and we need this one baaad!!! Go Halo's!
Angel Smilie
Nitaprob8 - noise, noise, noise - where in your house is your computer???

My computer's in the livingroom(never had my own room so far)
My rendition of Concerto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra by Joaquin Rodrigo which I minimalized from the paper score down to six track stereo on my Commodore 128/64 and have ported to my PC for playback using 'SidPlay 2 for Windows'.

Actually it less than half bad. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Pantera - Walk
Evil Woman by Electric Light Orchestra
Hot Potato by The Wiggles
Lose end drag by Dr Hook
Busted's only remotely good song - 3am
Bruces' Philosophers Song by Monty Pyhton
An advert for painkillers on the TV.
i was listening to soad - shimmy, but then it finished so now i'm listening to ...
muse - hysteria
Incubus - A Certain Shade of Green
Cositas Buenas by Paco de Lucia which now I have it I have decided I like the music of Jesse Cook much better of which I have four of his albums. I've just put on his Gravity.
The soft hum of the computer, and Apocalyptica - Somewhere Around No Where (Love this song!). Wiggle Smilie
Sketches of Spain-Miles Davis

P.S. I like your choice of music Grondmaster!
Rawien - I like Muse - nice and chilled

Just listening to a couple of tracks by Tom McRae - A Day Like Today and You Only Disappear.
Sketches of Spain-Miles Davis

That's a masterpiece of an album that sadly far too many people don't know about, and will never discover. Glad to hear that you know about though!
Elf Winking Smilie
I'm listening to myself play a new piece I just learnt on the piano. (Well, the First movement, that counts as a piece, doeswn't it?)
It's called Sonata In C Minor, or Sonata Pathetique (Don't laugh) and it's dedicated to some Prince Lichowsky. By the coolest composer ever! GO BEETHOVEN!!!!!! It's so cool! It goes DEU!!!!! neu - neu - neu - neeeeeeeeuneu. naDEU!!!!!!!!!!!!! neu - neu - neu - neeeeeeeeeeuneu. and then later, it goes DEU! neuneuneuneuneuneuneuneuneuneuneuneuneu nadeu neu DEU!!!! DEU DEU DEU DEU DEU DEU DEU!!!!!!!!!!! and so on. It's so cool.
I know the piece. It's great. Thumbs Up Smilie

I'm listening to myself playiing the guitar (the solo from Forever Man, by Eric Clapton).
'American Routes' radio program.

Sketches of Spain-Miles Davis
I've got my original (ca 1959) of that album stashed away somewhere, I wonder if I even have a stylus for my turntable. I love Davis's haunting rendition of Rodrigo's Concerto de Aranjuez.
I'm listening to myself playiing the guitar (the solo from Forever Man, by Eric Clapton)

Wow, I love Eric Clapton. Smile Smilie
Coldplay - The Scientist, and when that's done I might put on some Eric Clapton. Wink Smilie
Listening to bloody Britney Spears, she's on the radio. Good choice of music, LadyFeawen. So Angry Smilie So Angry Smilie So Angry Smilie
Tabla Beat Science - Magnetic
Alisha Rules the World, by Alisha's Attic
Lat time i wrote i was listening to triple j (a radio station) but i watched About a Boy the other day and have been listening to my Badly Drawn Boy cds ever since.
Vertigo by Jesse Cook
again, I am listening to myself play the piano. Sonata in C Minor, or Sonata Pathetique dedicated to Prince john Lichowsky by beethoven. huh! I'm the only cultured one here.
Just jokes! Big Laugh Smilie Big Laugh Smilie Big Laugh Smilie Big Laugh Smilie Big Laugh Smilie Big Laugh Smilie
Absolutely nothing.
The dog outside barking to be let in.

Let the dog in - it's driving the neighbours mad!

Haydn Symphony No 87 in A Major
My version of Pachelbel's Canon in D for String Orchestra
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