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Right now the music floating thru the computer speakers is what I call "quiet" or "etherial" music or as my Hubby says "10 secs of listening and off to beddy bye bose time" it's by the artist Gandalf(no, not the wizard Smile) Sacred River. I found it on Itunes and used one of my other Christmas gifts, an Itunes card to acquire it.
I have been listening to UFO, (Strangers in the Night), Led Zeppelin, (Led Zep 2 and In through the out door), RUSH (Moving Pictures and 2112), AC/DC (Live at Donnington), Living Colour, (Living Colour), Jan Cyrka (Prickly Pear).
(12-29-2010 11:56 AM)2Beers Wrote: [ -> ]Right now the music floating thru the computer speakers is what I call "quiet" or "etherial" music or as my Hubby says "10 secs of listening and off to beddy bye bose time" it's by the artist Gandalf(no, not the wizard Smile) Sacred River. I found it on Itunes and used one of my other Christmas gifts, an Itunes card to acquire it.

What other kinds of schtuff ya got? One of my favs is Amethystium. I am also friends with Paul Ellis, who is about the spaciest guy I know. Two more New Age artists I guess.
Desolation Angels.
Nope - but that looks interesting...

These old guys are who I was referring to. Paul Rogers' voice ... it's like Titanium.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bad_Co...Angels.jpg
Oh thats right. Forgot about that one.

I am not real keen on Bad Company. They have a few songs I enjoy, but I kinda took offence to Paul making a remark that his singing was as good as Freddie Mercury. That anybody could even come close to filling in for Freddie is preposterous. Thats like replacing Ged with Josh Groban. Both great singers, but it just isnt the same. IMHO
(12-29-2010 08:05 PM)boomer Wrote: [ -> ]Oh thats right. Forgot about that one.

I am not real keen on Bad Company. They have a few songs I enjoy, but I kinda took offence to Paul making a remark that his singing was as good as Freddie Mercury. That anybody could even come close to filling in for Freddie is preposterous. Thats like replacing Ged with Josh Groban. Both great singers, but it just isnt the same. IMHO

Freddie was .. well... "Freddie", not sure that anyone could mimic him.
Paul was hired to "replace" Freddie - to me, if they were wanting someone to mimic Freddie, they should have stuck with George Michael. He nailed it to the floor.
Pauls voice has NOTHING in common with Freddies - both were/are far too unique.
Thats why it always bothered me they tried to "replace" Freddie. I think the rest of that band saw what they perceived as an opportunity to reignite some musical ways and it just never materialized.
Listening to my seesaw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ews82ynuRYg
(11-20-2010 08:23 PM)Mufasa Wrote: [ -> ]Ummm.. I don't think Brute' said we would croak after the request is played.
Bob Segar - "Against The Wind", perhaps. Debussy - "Claire de Lune". Perfect.

And I agree with the Boom meisters view of SRVs Voodoo Chile. Some of my young pals below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z--W50oNWM

Remember seeing Stevie Ray at Jazzfest, next thing i heard, a helicopter crash.

ffs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p60MNK0tscE
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