Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Aug 26, 2018.
You remind me that I need to find a player that will let me rip this, and a Foreigner CD, too.
speaking of Nirvana, until I heard BATTLE FOR SEATTLE by Little Roy (reggae & ska covers of Curt Kobain compositions) I'd never heard a note of Nirvana/Cobain. I'm the wrong age group & demographic; grunge totally passed me by.
One day I was driving across Prince Edward Island, Canada & CBC radio from Toronto did a show on "Great Musical Covers" They played a couple tunes from this CD. Instant love. Ordered it that night and listen to it often. I really like the way Kobain wrote music.
Recently discovered this track. Can't believe it eluded me all this time.
Love me some Public Enemy
Bought this album on hi-rez recently - awesome:
Arrrghhhh working all weekend - the lyrics below sum it all up.
Hope you folks had enjoyable weekends - thanks for sharing your music - it cheered me up.
(Also somehow I was reminded of the song by the Pink Floyd post by @rlow.)
Cage The Elephant - Back Against The Wall (caution - unnecessary cruelty to garden gnomes in video - sorry!)
Another Monday, a good track to start the day with...
Ray Wylie Hubbard's "Delerium Tremolos" on Qobuz. Searching somewhat desperately for a FLAC purchase option, so far to no avail.
This track is good. The album is good. Psychedelic Pop/Electro can be so awesome...
P.S. Now get yourself high. Always a classic.
If I may suggest something. This is a lullaby in the dielect of a specific region in the north of Iran sang by a meastro of Persian music:
An addictive little ear worm this is...
I can't identify the language. there are words in Turkmen and words in Farsi.
Their new album. Good music for working on your resumé...
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