Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Cannonball Adderly - Them Dirty Blues
John Scofield - Quiet
Coldplay - Parachutes
Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland
Muddy Waters - A compilation
werty - very similar list, actually. in my player now:
Chuck Prophet - Homemade Blood
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros - Streetcore
Tom Waits - Frank's Wild Years
Garbage - Version 2.0
Pretenders - Greatest Hits (UK Import)
The Kinks - The Ultimate Collection (UK Import)
Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison
Delirium - Odyssey
Velvet Underground - custom mix
Ray Charles - The Birth of Soul (disc 2)
Billy Bragg - Back to Basics
Damien Rice - O
Athlete - Vehicles and Animals
Ryan Adams - Gold
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
The Thrills - So Much For the City
The Basement - Medicine Day
This weeks assortment
The Who - Quadrophenia
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Norah Jones - Come Away With Me
Kate Bush - Hounds Of Love
Bob Marley - Exodus
Waterboys - Fishermans Blues
Jimmy Cliff - Various
|Norah Jones - Come Away With Me |
Shhhhhhh! You don't want to go mentioning her name around here.....
|Norah Jones - Come Away With Me |
aaaaahhhhhh! hehehehe..... [webmasterworld.com]
Joe Cocker - Sheffield Steel
Hall & Oates - "Silver Album"
Gary More - Still Got the Blues
Massive Attack - All Albums
Delerium - Poem, Karma, Chimera
David Bowie - Heathen
Dead Can Dance - Toward the Within
Amon Tobin - All Albums
Mocean Worker - All Albums
forgot to include Morcheeba.
[edited by: PatrickDeese at 3:40 pm (utc) on Oct. 10, 2003]
The Darkness - Permission to Land
Him - Greatest Hits vol 666 and Love Metal/Rock
NIN - Thing Falling apart, Pretty Hate Machine and Downward Spiral
Enigma - Voyageur
Dido - Life for rent
Pet Shop Boys - Actually
Amethystium - Odonata
Sisters of Mercy - Slight case of overbombing
Pink Floyd - Division bell
Joni Mitchell - Blue
Jeff Buckley - Grace
Björk - Vespertine
The Smiths - The Queen is Dead
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
Bruce Springsteen - The Ghost of Tom Goad
Ayub Ogada - En Mana Kuoyo
Miscellaneous Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, & Ella Fritzgerald
>Billy Bragg - Back to Basics
Since i visited one of his rare concerts 15 years ago, i didn't hear anything of him again. Are there still album's available? He's been great! It's amazing to read his name here after so many years!
"Songs in the Key of Life" - Stevie Wonder, all this week. Most of this year actually now I come to think to about it. And last year.
I guess radio is ruled out, so how about Norwegian death metal, and David Bowie - on the TV? A street musician playing guitar? Cellphones? Guess not.. here goes:
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: A&M Gold Series (compilation 1991)
- i haven't put anything else on this week ;)
Rebecca St. James
The list goes on but the first three are the most current.
POD - Satellite
new Outkast double albulm(Speakerboxxx/ The Love Below)
REM: Life's Rich Pagent
REM: Out of Time
The Cure: Wish
U2: Best of
Pearl Jam: Live in Seattle
Pet Shop Boys: Alternative
Enigma: Love Sensuality Devotion: The Greatest Hits
Funeral for a friend
Just got a new Howlin' Wolf CD yesterday.
Listened to track #2 about 50 times.
"How many 'mo yee-ahs...
I gotta let'chu dog me around..."
Evanescence - Origin
The Rasmus - Dead Letters
Sisters of Mercy - Some Girls Wander by Mistake
SoM - Floodland
In Extremo - Verehrt und Angespien (No, you guys won't know that one)
HIM - Love Metal
Dead Can Dance - Aion
Rammstein - Mutter
Manau - Panique Celtique
Grateful Dead - Desolation row
Dave Matthews - Don't drink the water
Neil Young - Powderfinger
Dave Matthews Band and Neil Young - All along the watchtower
The Fat Lady Sings
and I heard a new song (new to me, at least) by a UK band called Saloon that seemed pretty cool in a techno sorta way. I think it was "The Good Life" or something like that.
Tool... hmm thats all I listened to this week.
Some Miles Davis, John Coltrane, lots of Sun Ra.
jk3210, you've reminded me I must copy some Howlin Wolf to my MP3 player.
John Fred and His Playboy Band
<snicker> actually I listened to a little Donovan (Hurdy Gurdy Man), Joe Cocker (Little Help From Me Friends), Beastie Boys (Right to Party), Cat Stevens (Peace Train), Steppenwolf (Desperation), & Johnny Cash (I Walk The Line) </snicker>
Whatever was played on the Classic Rock and Classical channels of MusicMatch Radio. Sorry I can't be more specific.
U2 and John Mayer