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"What are you listening to?" 15 years 3 months ago #1

Inspired by a similar thread on another forum I frequent, I find myself drawn to start one here.<br /><br />What music are you currently listening to, or what is in your Stereo/CD Player/I-Pod/car?<br /><br />For me, it's Alizée. I've found that I really like her sound, and I enjoy the challenge of translating and trying to find the double-meanings across languages.<br /><br />How about you?

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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #2

Pale 3: The Tunnel from 'der krieger + die kaiserin'
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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #3

Laundry list (eclectic):<br /><br />Music: (various) Trance, BEPs<br /><br />Podcasts: Michael and Evo's Dragonpage - Slice of SciFi - Wingin' It, Celtic Music New Podcast, Tartan Podcast, TWiT, Irish Music Podcast, and Geek Fu Action Grip<br /><br />Books on Tape: Eldest, just finished Todd McCaffrey's Dragon's Blood (I think it was called)<br /><br />Dave
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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #4

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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #5

In my car and in my most used iTunes playlist...<br /><br />1. Great Big Sea<br />2. Blackmore's Night<br />3. Enter the Haggis<br /><br />Check 'em out. All very good bands.
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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #6

I went to see Godsmack and Rob Zombie last week, so I have been listening to a lot of Zombie music lately.  Well, him and Ani DiFranco. 

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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #7

*little laugh* Bro, You Are Too Cute!<br /><br />Listening to the sound of my ionizers(yes plural) in my room.
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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #8

<br />In my car and in my most used iTunes playlist...<br /><br />1. Great Big Sea<br />2. Blackmore's Night<br />3. Enter the Haggis<br /><br />Check 'em out. All very good bands. <br />

<br /><br />Very cool, have heard both GBS and EH on Celtic Music News Podcast and Irish Music Podcast, Blackmore's Night doesn't ring a bell, must check that out. 
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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #9

With daughter out of the house and no one here listens to music (lol, imagine!) - the radio has country, old classic and rap - the best 10 every hour until you can't stand it anymore!  I would LOVE to hear some new music - r&b, jazz, alternative, etc.  I have problem with getting it off the internet - copywrite - and don't want to buy something I haven't heard.  So what to do?<br /><br />Suggestions?
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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #10

I stream music over the internet from digitally imported: www.di.fm/ <br />I've got my dad listening to their channels as well while he's at work.
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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #11

<br />With daughter out of the house and no one here listens to music (lol, imagine!) - the radio has country, old classic and rap - the best 10 every hour until you can't stand it anymore!  I would LOVE to hear some new music - r&b, jazz, alternative, etc.  I have problem with getting it off the internet - copywrite - and don't want to buy something I haven't heard.  So what to do?<br /><br />Suggestions?<br />

<br /><br />Well if you're a fan of subscriptions you could choose satellite radio or online music services like Yahoo! Music Unlimited.<br /><br />Satellite radio has a wide range of stations.<br /><br />Online music subscriptions like Yahoo cost about $10/month, but give you unlimited access to a huge library. This works well for people who don't care about "owning" the music but instead want access to "everything". You can download songs to a PC and listen all you want. The only catch, is that if you let the subscription run out, the built in copright protections shut off access to the files.<br /><br />Or, a great option is the music site Pandora.com. You put in an artist and it creates a playlist of similar musicians (as compiled by a large panel of listeners and professional musicians). The more I think about it, this would be a great way to start. It's free, a wide library is accessed, you can skip songs if you don't like it, and you can even give a thumbs up or down to a song. The only thing you can't do is replay a song - this way they fall under more of a radio category.
Cheers, Stuart O.  + Thats the short haired, short statured, no beard, Indy Stu ...+ "Nemo saltat sobrius"

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Re: &quot;What are you listening to?&quot; 15 years 3 months ago #12

<br />In my car and in my most used iTunes playlist...<br /><br />1. Great Big Sea<br />2. Blackmore's Night<br />3. Enter the Haggis<br /><br />Check 'em out. All very good bands. <br />

<br />heh....Stan Rogers, Irish Descendants, Hog Eye Navvy, Great Big Sea, Gaelic Storm, the Fenians, The Prodigals, and Jackdaw.<br /><br />the first half looks much like yours.  I have heard of both Enter the Haggis, and Blackmore's Night.<br />try adding Hog Eye Navvy...Indy Shanty Band...they play up at Fionn Mac Cool's in Fishers.
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