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Old 03-26-10, 11:26 AM   #76
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Not on the bike, but I've been listening to this a lot lately.

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of course someone with your internet handle would appreciate Monk:thum b:. "in walked bud" and "straight no chaser" used to be my favorite, but lately i've really gotten into "round midnight." the first few notes are just something



not sure if this is directed at a specific poster, but i happen to get a healthy dose of old jay-z and nas when doing higher intensity stuff. when doing neither, i like simon & garfunkel & the rolling stones
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lemme guess, you go to Weslyan? do you race for them?
Correct. Graduating in a few though.

We have a club team and I helped run it for a bit. Had a falling out with the other kid running it and decided that I'd just ride for the team I raced for over the summer. Then I got injured, so now I'm not riding at all.
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Old 03-26-10, 02:54 PM   #81
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Currently playing through my favorite as I study: The Complete In a Silent Way sessions.
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Oh cool. I live in middletown and go by right near there on my drive home to PA.

Do you listen to explosions in the sky? I think you'd like them. Russian circles is very similar to them (i checked some stuff out).
I was pretty in to Explosions in The Sky a couple years ago. Haven't been listening to them much lately, but when the mood strikes I think they're pretty great.

Playlist today consisted of Bob Dylan, The Snake The Cross The Crown, Springsteen, The Tallest Man on Earth, and a couple of Radiohead songs.
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Old 03-26-10, 04:04 PM   #84
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Grumpy, I've listened to it before and I really like that clip of you playing.
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Correct. Graduating in a few though.

We have a club team and I helped run it for a bit. Had a falling out with the other kid running it and decided that I'd just ride for the team I raced for over the summer. Then I got injured, so now I'm not riding at all.
Congrats on the impending graduation! Will you be racing lux et velocitas in two weeks?
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Nice....

Currently playing through my favorite as I study: The Complete In a Silent Way sessions.
I like them both a lot, but I do have to say that "Kind of Blue" is my fave. I know that it is the cliche answer, but damn every track is a masterpiece.
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Seriously though, it must be a southern thing because my mp3 player (iPods didn't exist when I bought it) has a lot of the same stuff Apus^2 mentioned. I only use it for riding the trainer, or warming up for a TT, so go figure.

It's mostly filled with stuff like the Chemical Brothers, Orbital, Moby, Prodigy, etc. But with the addition of George Clinton, some other funkadelic stuff, a bit of early rap (grandmaster flash era), and a few things "from the 80s" (I swear to god "Suzie Q" is on my mp3 player, yeah I should just shoot myself now. But hey, it's my workout play list, not yours, and if it helps me get done quicker so be it).
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I like them both a lot, but I do have to say that "Kind of Blue" is my fave. I know that it is the cliche answer, but damn every track is a masterpiece.
Albums like Kind of Blue and Giant Steps are never cliche. They are simply too good to be ever labeled as cliches. OTOH, my favorite Miles album is this. Somehow it really gets me into a good mood.



of course, this particular album cover didn't put Miles in a good mood
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I swear to god "Suzie Q" is on my mp3 player, yeah I should just shoot myself now.
It's on mine as well, but the Uncle Tupelo live version.
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Seriously though, it must be a southern thing because my mp3 player (iPods didn't exist when I bought it) has a lot of the same stuff Apus^2 mentioned. I only use it for riding the trainer, or warming up for a TT, so go figure.

It's mostly filled with stuff like the Chemical Brothers, Orbital, Moby, Prodigy, etc. But with the addition of George Clinton, some other funkadelic stuff, a bit of early rap (grandmaster flash era), and a few things "from the 80s" (I swear to god "Suzie Q" is on my mp3 player, yeah I should just shoot myself now. But hey, it's my workout play list, not yours, and if it helps me get done quicker so be it).
I'm with you.

It seems everything pales when compared to Block Rockin' Beats.
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Listening to oakenfold and ATB while cleaning my room and getting ready to head out.
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You like thursday, thrice, and tbs too I take it?

No, definitely not. Emanuel nailed it with Soundtrack To A Headrush and now they're too blowing it like the rest of the bands you listed.
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Albums like Kind of Blue and Giant Steps are never cliche. They are simply too good to be ever labeled as cliches. OTOH, my favorite Miles album is this. Somehow it really gets me into a good mood.



of course, this particular album cover didn't put Miles in a good mood
How did that make it onto the album cover?
My copy has this on the cover
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the chemical brothers.
They've become a staple of my trainer time - Dig your own hole and Push the button are good to go to keep me ticking over at 90-100rpm for an hour of intensity.

Off the bike, been checking out Heligoland by Massive Attack recently
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How did that make it onto the album cover?
My copy has this on the cover
the story goes like this.

Miles demanded George Avakian, an executive at Columbia Records, "Why'd you put that white b!tch on there?" The cover was later changed to what you have

ps. nice internet handle. we've got a fan of Monk & a fan of Miles, this is good
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Radiohead.

ive found that radiohead is great to ride too

so far this year my riding "playlist" has been:
radiohead
coldplay
kings of leon
the killers
raconteurs
dead weather

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