Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by dgmitchell, Aug 21, 2008.
sweet! gotta love AC/DC!!
right now listening to a lot of old Gospel music!
Some great ones before retiring to bed last night:
"Everytime You Go away" by: PAul Young.
"If you could read my mind" by: Gordon Lightfoot.
"Ring of Fire" by: Johnny Cash.
"Touch of Grey" by: The Greatful Dead. I sure miss Jerry Garcia-he was great.
Calvins Keys" by: The Pat Metheny Group (Jazz)
"She's always a woman" by: Billy Joel.
"Hello, Goodbye" by: The BeaUlls.
"I like it like that" by: Chris Kenner.
"Poinciana" by: Bobby Lyle. (Jazz)
"Classical Gas" by: Mason Williams.
"How can you mend a broken heart" by: The Bee Gees.
"All night long" by: Lional Richie.
"I'd like to teach the world to sing" by: The Seekers. (This is what inspired the Coca Cola song.)
"Blue Suede Shoes" by: "Uncle-Elvis Presley. Damn, I sure miss his presance too.
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - "Makin' Whoopee!".
Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose and then some others, followed by Les Brown.
i like bruce springsteen,but today i listened to,bananarama,eurasure,yaz and jerusalem from the last night of the proms.cheers.
Bought Kate Bush´ "The dreaming" from the shops as CD. Love the title song especially....I have the album at my summer cottage but suddenly felt like I have to hear it here and now...
Mehr Musick ;-))
"Mountain of Love" by: Charley Pride.
"All the Gold in California" by: The Gatlin Bros.
"Dukes of Hazzard" theme by: Waylon Jennings.
"Walk, Don't Run" by ????
"Manhatten Skyline" by???
"I'm Into Something Good" by: Hermans Hermits.
"Alley Oop" by: ???
"Walk This Way" by: Arrowsmith.
"Dixie" by: The Dixie Bearcats. (Jazz) version of what s/COULD have been our National Anthem.
"Sink the Bismarck" by: Johnny Horton.
"North To Alaska" by: Johnny Horton.
"I Fall To Pieces" by: Patsy Cline.
"Return To Sender" by: "Uncle" Elvis Presley.
"Don't Be Cruel" also by "Uncle" Elvie Presley.
"Christmas Dream" by: Perry Como.
If you are listening to the most famous recordings, Walk, Don't Run should be The Ventures, Mahatten Skyline could be by A-ha (from the album that had Take on Me) and Alley Oop is probably The Argyles version.
Hi DG, thanks for the info. I had forgotten about The Ventures and it was their version. I always loved the Guitar and Drums in that song. Also, thanks for the name of the group that did Manhatten Skyline. I had never known who they were. As for Alley Oop, I think it was the original version. It's been probably 30 years since I last heard it.
I will be sending you my rep points for the hep on this music.
ah the Ventures.........good memories
kickin back with some good hot Cinnamon Tea listening quitely to some Classical musik from KING FM
Hi E, yup. I 've been listening to various great songs played on several of the 50 musick channels that my Sis and Bro-in-Law get on their TV. Anything from Classic Country to Golden Oldies of anykind to Big Band to German Bier Songs and such. The list im writing down of songs I don't have on CD-is a long one. Guess i'll have to quit buying DvDs for awhile, and start getting more Musick (music misspelled on purpose ;-)
At the moment, I am listening to John Adams' compositions Light Over Water Parts I, II and II. I am still trying to decide whether I like it. I think I liked it 20 years ago but now I am not so sure. Reminds a bit too much of Tangerine Dream meets Phillip Glass. I think I may need to listen a couple of times to get the patterns in my head. It may also be that I should not be typing and reading while I listen!
I decided to give up on John Adams (the composer). Now I am on to the Original MGM soundtrack to Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Howard Keel and Jane Powell -- it does not get better than that!
Started listening to good "old" Prince and his production in the 80´s after " When doves cry". Great stuff. Even incredible b-sides to the singles...
Got some American classical music on the agenda today let you know later what they were.
Hi Richard, I already KNOW what Ami classical songs you listened to. They are-and in no nessessary order:
The Green Berets: by: Staff Sgt. Barry Sadler. Side "A"
The A-Team. also by: SSgt. Barry Sadler. Side "B"
The Longest Day. by: Paul Anka.
"Halls of Montezuma." from: Sands of Iwo Jima (or any great war movie that used that great hymn in their movie as it's theme song.
And anything by John Phillip Sousa including: "My Love, My Life." ;-D
Just kidding mate-just kidding. ;-D
Scooter 'Jumping all over the world' and before that 'I think we're alone now' by Tiffany, they were our camp anthems...
Stefan, scooter, is bad enough but TIFFANY i think were alone now have you no shame
The Liberty Trail and Chadwich's Symhony No.2
"Stranger on the Shore." by: Acker Bilk.
"If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body." by: The Bellamy Bros.
"Tennessee Waltz." by: Patti Page.
"Na Na, Hey Hey." by: Steam.
"I Was Country, When Country Wasn't Cool." by: Barbara Mandrell & Heathers Favorite) George Jones..
"Candy Man." by: Sammy Davis Jr.