Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Angela 0077, Jun 6, 2010.
Felicity Groom - Finders and Keepers
Kicking it old school--
"Stay Awhile" by Journey
and REALLY old school--
"In the Mood" by The Glenn Miller Orchestra.
Misery Business | Paramore
J.J. Johnson doing "Pennies from Heaven"
ZPZ - 'Village of the Sun'/'Echidna's Arf' (Part 1)
ZPZ - 'Echidna's Arf' (Part 2)
Old school, and a little off the beaten path.
Still good though.
Listening to "Sæglópur" by Sigur Rós.
The lyrics are so simple, but they--and the whole song--have the feeling of a beautiful, miraculous event. Not unlike watching the mine rescue and seeing all those men pulled to safety.
Cher: The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)
Billy Joel: Piano Man
Ooh, I didn't know that Steve Vai was in that band. That's awesome, such an amazing guitarist, just a shame he never learned how to write decent songs.
Currently making my way through Tori Amos's Piano... Lotsa songs...
Do You Believe I Love (Huey Lewis and the News)
He's not a full-time member, but he's sat in for a few shows. I know what you mean about the songwriting--his process is often more a kind of track construction than it is songwriting, really--but sometimes it takes long enough to pick your jaw up off the floor that you don't mind it quite so much.
Love Shack - B52s
King Diamond- At the Graves
Knives Out - Radiohead
The theme song to Space Battleship Yamato... IMO, one of the coolest theme songs ever.
For Those Who Will Resist by Engel.
"Under the Milky Way Tonight" - Sia
James Yuill - Somehow
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