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Torn Curtain 02.28.2009 07:44 AM

John Cale - Ghent, Belgium, xx-xx-1983 SBD (from dime)

Awesome so far.

_slavo_ 02.28.2009 07:54 AM

Anahita

 
 

sarramkrop 02.28.2009 07:54 AM

 

stu666 02.28.2009 07:57 AM

 

Glice 02.28.2009 08:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fugazifan
wagner-tristian and isolde


Make it the Furtwangler version and you've practically extradited/ excommunicated yourself.

What I love about this is how the protagonist manage to nearly die at the end of every act. And how I try and listen intently for the Tristan chord and get sucked into the libretto.

fugazifan 02.28.2009 08:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glice
Make it the Furtwangler version and you've practically extradited/ excommunicated yourself.

What I love about this is how the protagonist manage to nearly die at the end of every act. And how I try and listen intently for the Tristan chord and get sucked into the libretto.

not sure i understood the 1st part of your post. but i actually have yet to see the oper. i have only heard some of iot. when im done writing a few reports (one of them is on don giovanni/lucia di lamermoor and eugene onegin) then i might have time to watch the whole thing.
im was listening to toru takemitsu-solo guitar works
now im listening to haydn-symphony 31-hornsignal
i have to analyse the whole sympony and hand in a report on it in one week...

sonic sphere 02.28.2009 08:52 AM

the best of booker t. & the mg's

Dead-Air 02.28.2009 09:14 AM

"Space is the Place" by Sun Ra

sonic sphere 02.28.2009 11:13 AM

the brian jonestown massacre-my bloody underground

EvdWee 02.28.2009 11:23 AM

 

SYRFox 02.28.2009 11:26 AM

 

Torn Curtain 02.28.2009 01:09 PM

Sigur Rós - Popplagiđ (live)

_slavo_ 02.28.2009 01:12 PM

 

sonic sphere 02.28.2009 02:31 PM

can-unlimited edition

batreleaser 02.28.2009 02:53 PM

today ive been mainly listening to my ipod on shuffle, current song spacemen 3-i believe it of "playing with fire". spacemen 3 made no bad songs.full albums, patty waters-sings and pain teens-case histories

batreleaser 02.28.2009 02:57 PM

now lou reed-lady day off berlin!!! one of my favorite song ever ever ever. ipod shuffle is awesome, its like listening to a radio station that only plays music you wanna hear.

king_buzzo 02.28.2009 03:25 PM

ennio morricone

StevOK 02.28.2009 03:41 PM

Oh man. What I've listened to today:
The Legendary Pink Dots - The Maria Dimension
Brian Wilson - SMiLE
Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup
Ducktails - II
Ducktails - 7"
Now:
Cornelius - Fantasma

Antagon 02.28.2009 03:48 PM

David Bowie - Slow Burn

SYRFox 02.28.2009 05:42 PM

 

SYRFox 02.28.2009 06:27 PM

 

Derek 02.28.2009 06:31 PM

^ what's that?

Glice 02.28.2009 06:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fugazifan
not sure i understood the 1st part of your post. but i actually have yet to see the oper. i have only heard some of iot. when im done writing a few reports (one of them is on don giovanni/lucia di lamermoor and eugene onegin) then i might have time to watch the whole thing.
im was listening to toru takemitsu-solo guitar works
now im listening to haydn-symphony 31-hornsignal
i have to analyse the whole sympony and hand in a report on it in one week...


The Furtwangler comment was because he was a raving anti-semite, hence 'excommunicated', you see?

I try not to touch Haydn with a barge-pole if I can help it. I think that's one of many reasons I couldn't be a proper music student. I'd enjoy, say, the Eroica, but I'll never be too faffed by Mendohlsson [sp?] or somesuch.

On the solo guitar front, have you heard Britten's isolo guitar in memory of John Dowland? I've been trying to play it lately, it's one of those deceptively impossible things.

gohleekwang 02.28.2009 07:10 PM

Sun Ra meet John Cage

fugazifan 02.28.2009 07:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glice
The Furtwangler comment was because he was a raving anti-semite, hence 'excommunicated', you see?

I try not to touch Haydn with a barge-pole if I can help it. I think that's one of many reasons I couldn't be a proper music student. I'd enjoy, say, the Eroica, but I'll never be too faffed by Mendohlsson [sp?] or somesuch.

On the solo guitar front, have you heard Britten's isolo guitar in memory of John Dowland? I've been trying to play it lately, it's one of those deceptively impossible things.

ah i get it now. i think we are passed the whole wagner was an anti semite stage (actually jews arent, but i am)
i started to really appretiate haydn since i studied him this semester. some of his stuff is meh. but some is great. id defiantly check out the 1st movement of his 98th symphony.
and ive really fallen in love with mozart. especially his operas.
and the eroica wa the last thing that we leanred last semester. such an amazing symphony.
i dont know brittens guitar work. but ill check it out. i do like dowland so im sure itll be interesting.
is ritten he one that wrote a young person's guide to the orchestra? thats a great peice

listening to robbie basho-venus in cancer

SYRFox 02.28.2009 07:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Derek
^ what's that?

Loren Connors & Jim O'Rourke - Two Nice Catholic Boys

I enjoyed it, you should check it

SYRFox 02.28.2009 07:52 PM

right now:
 

Sonic Youth 37 02.28.2009 09:06 PM

 

Death & the Maiden 02.28.2009 11:20 PM

Gallhammer - Ill Innocence

Torn Curtain 03.01.2009 05:37 AM

Hole - Deep Ellum Live, Dallas, Tx, November 2, 1994 AUD (from dime)

greedrex 03.01.2009 06:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SYRFox
 

is it good?

stu666 03.01.2009 06:15 AM


 

greedrex 03.01.2009 06:18 AM

 

player says "played 24 times in 7 days"

stu666 03.01.2009 06:33 AM

 

Torn Curtain 03.01.2009 06:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SYRFox
 


I have no clue who it is but I like the cover (inspired by the Smiths I guess).

SYRFox 03.01.2009 06:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by greedrex
is it good?

yes, I enjoyed it

Quote:

Originally Posted by Torn Curtain
I have no clue who it is but I like the cover (inspired by the Smiths I guess).



Loren Connors & Jim O'Rourke - Two Nice Catholic Boys

stu666 03.01.2009 07:01 AM


 

sonic sphere 03.01.2009 07:12 AM

the damned-machine gun etiquette

SYRFox 03.01.2009 07:13 AM

 

stu666 03.01.2009 07:26 AM


 


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