blankman wrote:Personally, I hate the Grey Album, but you've got some other nice ones.
more, Van Morrison- Moondance King Harvest- Dancing in the Moonlight RHCP- Can't Stop, the entire Californiacation album
Hate the Grey Album? Do you like them separate? Dancing in the Moonlight is way too catchy. Every time I listen to it I end up singing it all afternoon.
I love the Black Album, but have never really listening to the White Album. To me, the Grey Album butchers the Black Album (I can't speak for the White Album). Dancing in the Moonlight is one of the easiest songs to sing along to; it's a phenominal song provided you're in a good mood.
blankman wrote:I love the Black Album, but have never really listening to the White Album. To me, the Grey Album butchers the Black Album (I can't speak for the White Album). Dancing in the Moonlight is one of the easiest songs to sing along to; it's a phenominal song provided you're in a good mood.
That's cool. Every time I listen to the Black Album these days I can't help but think something's missing. Maybe because I listened to it regularly before the Black Album (although I head the Black Album first). And maybe because I love the White Album.
One man with courage makes a majority.
Nazareth- Love Hurts
Nelly- E.I, Air Force Ones, St Louie,
Nelly W/Tim McGraw- Over and Over Again
New Radicals- You get What You Give
Nine Days- So Far Away, Absolutely, If I Am, End Up Alone, 257 Weeks, Back To Me
O.A.R (anything live is great stuff)- City On Down, Get Away, Black Rock, Delicate Few, The Wanderer, Hey Girl, Hold On True, That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (biggest song), Wonderful Day, Whose Chariot, Mr. Moon
Ozzy- Crazy Train
Paul McCartney- band On The Run, Live and let Die
Pearl Jam- Yellow ledbetter, Better Man
Peter Gabriel- Salsbury Hill
Phantom Planet- Big Brat, California, Lonely Day
Phish- Down With Disease, Gin and Juice
Ramones- I wanna Be SEdated, Rock N Roll High School
Ray Charles- Shake Your Tailfeather, HIt The Road Jack
Reel Big Fish- Take On Me, Beer, Sell Out
Rockapella (they are insane, no insturments, anything by them is good)- Breakfast at Tiffanys, Bohemian Rhaspody (queen versions good too), Brown Eyed Girl, Gangsta's Paradise, Dust in The wind, Walking In Memphis
Rod Stewart- maggie may, your in my heart, first cut is the deepest, every picture tells a story
Rolling Stones- Street Fighting Man, Gimme Shelter, Satisfaction, Jumpin Jack Flash, Under My Thumb, beast Of Burdern, Sympathy For the Devil, Get Off my Cloud (first stones song i ever heard adn would sing all the time when i was little), Paint it Black, and on and on soo many good songs, the cd Hot Rocks is really good too
The Samples- landing on the sidewalk
Scapegoat Wax- Lost Cause
Semisonic- Closing Time, Singing In my Sleep, Secret Smile, DND, Completely Pleased, Gone To THe movies
Shawn Mullins- Lullabye (Rockabye)
The Shins- Kissing The Lipless, So Say I, Saint Simon, Turn A Square, Gone for Good
Smashmouth- ALlstar, Defeat You, Walking on The sun, lets Rock
Spin Doctors- Jimmy Olsen's Blues, What Time is it, Two Princes (everyone download this song)
Steely Dan- Dirty Work, Reelin IN The years
Steepenwolf- Born to Be Wild, Magic Carpet Ride, Snookie Snookie
Steve Miller Band- Swingtown, Jungle Love, Take the Money and Run, Rock n Me, Fly like and Eagle, The Joker, Jet Airliner
Stone Temple Piolts- Dead and Bloated, Interstate love Song
String Cheese Incident- Rollover
Sublime- Caress me down, Summertime, What I Got, Wrong Way
Sugar Ray- Fly, Everymorning
Supertramp- Give A little Bit
Switchfoot- More Than Fine, Redemption, The Beautiful Letdown, Gone, Adding To The Noise
Tenacious D (jack blacks band)- Tribute
Third Eye Blind- Wounded, 10 Days Late, Never Let You Go, Camouflage, SlowMOtion, Darwin, Semi Charmed Life, Jumper
Thomas Cunningham- Bottle of Wine, Sunset on The boulevard, Senseless, Follow Me Home
Toad the Wet Sprocket- Good Intentions, Walk on the Ocean
Tom Petty- Free Fallin, I Wont Back Down, Runnin Down A Dream, American Girl, breakdown, Refugee, Dont Do me like that, Last Dance with Mary Jane
Tower Of power- Soul with a capital S, I Like Your Style, Soul Vaccination, Down To The Night Club, What IS hip
Train- Meet Virgina, Calling all angels, Drops Of Jupiter
U2- beautiful day, Elevation, Pride, Sweetest Thing, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Were The streets have no name
Vertical Horizon- We Are, Youre a God, Everything You Want, BEst I Ever had, You Say, Finding me, All of You, Send it up
The Who- Pinball Wizard, I can See For Miles, Magic Bus, Squeeze Box (sucha funny song), Behind Blue Eyes, WHo are You, Join Together, Wont Get Fooled again, My Generation
The Zutons- Pressure Point
and there are many other great songs not mentioned but that should do
Silverchair - Tomorrow - Ana's Song
Shinedown - 45
Soft Cell - Tainted Love
Sublime - April 29th, 1992
Oasis - Married with Children
Toadies - Possum Kingdom
System of a down - Chop Suey
Guns N Roses - Civil War
Metallica - Turn the Page
Bush - Little Things
Dropkick Murphys - Barroom Heroes
ACS I haven't heard Cemetery Gates in a long time. I loved that song. I'm Broken is another great Pantera 'oldie'
I doubt this will get a response, but just in case.
Recently my sister sent me some great classical music by Bach I believe. Very relaxing music. I feel like I have really missed out, being a rocker all my life.
Can anyone recommend any particular pieces from the likes of Bach, Beethaven, Tchysokvski, or others ?