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Old 06-05-11, 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by TMonk
My new favorite:

And another staple of my youth along with the above:


Thanks mom and dad.
Good stuff!
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I am slightly ashamed to admit that I like alot of Gaga's songs. They're catchy.
Indeed.
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Chemical Bros.

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Old 06-05-11, 10:32 PM
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I'm rockin' it ol' school!
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Originally Posted by TMonk
My new favorite:

And another staple of my youth along with the above:


Thanks mom and dad.
Oh yes. A couple of years ago the State Senate presented Dave Brubeck with a resolution on his 80th birthday and I got my mom an invitation to the reception. When we were presented to him, he stuck out his hand and said "Hi, I'm Dave." I had this momentary fear about grabbing his hand too hard. I mean, what if I were the guy who hurt Dave Brubeck's hand?

He took my hand in his bony 80 year old hand and absolutely crushed it. Duh. The guy has been playing the piano for 70 years, of course he's got strong hands.
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OK, now I'm spinning some old school Chopped and Screwed stuff.

NSFW!!!!!!

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Originally Posted by caloso
Oh yes. A couple of years ago the State Senate presented Dave Brubeck with a resolution on his 80th birthday and I got my mom an invitation to the reception. When we were presented to him, he stuck out his hand and said "Hi, I'm Dave." I had this momentary fear about grabbing his hand too hard. I mean, what if I were the guy who hurt Dave Brubeck's hand?

He took my hand in his bony 80 year old hand and absolutely crushed it. Duh. The guy has been playing the piano for 70 years, of course he's got strong hands.
Wow what an awesome experience!!!

I got to see him play in concert a while back but was never closer than 50 feet away.
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it is canonical opera, but it still gives me goosebumps.
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Old 06-16-11, 11:53 AM
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Pretty lights remix.

Pretty lights vs radiohead vs nirvana vs NIN.

Omg. I get shivers listening to how awesome this is...

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Oh my dear sweet cuppin' cakes.
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Old 06-25-11, 06:27 PM
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So this very well may be a replica of my last post in this thread, but these two I have actually been practicing:

This one is easy. Just started but shouldn't take me too long to learn it:

This one not so much, but I have been on it for a while. Only have a couple of lines left to master:

The sheet music I have is pretty much a replica of the piano solo with the left hand emulating the bass player, plus an intro and outro similar to the above posted album version.
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I can't get over how incredible this sounds...


Edit: TMonk, I listen to every jazz tune you post. Love it.
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thanks mang. Check out training status for the latest and greatist.

I'm at work right now and pandora is crackin' but i'll check out your post later. I'm guessing it's electro-type stuff from the looks of it.
I don't listen to too much of that stuff, but I love me some Daft Punk and recently, Justice.

Speaking of Justice:

doesn't really start crackin' till :45 in.
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Exivious. Really great instrumental band.
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Just checked them out. Sounds awesome.

Reminds me of Dream Theater.
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Old 07-01-11, 01:37 PM
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche
Just checked them out. Sounds awesome.

Reminds me of Dream Theater.
If you like that you might like Cloudkicker, specifically their album Beacons.

Also on the more jazz fusion side of things you might like CAB
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I like some of The Chemical Brothers stuff. But just the heavier, dancey stuff.
Unfortunately I don't know too many. Can you guys give me a few to listen to? I really liked, "Hey Boy, Hey Girl." That's more my style.
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I like some of The Chemical Brothers stuff. But just the heavier, dancey stuff.
Unfortunately I don't know too many. Can you guys give me a few to listen to? I really liked, "Hey Boy, Hey Girl." That's more my style.
You like dnb stuff too right? I'm really really into the heavier side of things, but love when it's mixed up with some really nice female vocals like the track I posted above.

What about stuff like this?



This is a playlist I listen to at work has a lot of dnb/dubsteppy stuff. Most of it is at about 140 bpm, so it's made for clubs and dancing. I love the alternation between soft melodies and the insane harsh drop. Love it. That's why I'm finally starting to learn some of this stuff and I picked up a midi keyboard and stuff recently. It'll keep me occupied and hopefully allow me to take some of the ideas and stuff in my head and put them on some sort of medium.

Here's that playlist. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...eature=mh_lolz

Subby, what about glitch?

Here's a playlist by glitch mob.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...eature=mh_lolz


Originally Posted by SalsaPodio
If you like that you might like Cloudkicker, specifically their album Beacons.

Also on the more jazz fusion side of things you might like CAB
Love cloudkicker.

I love jazz fusion too, so I'm going to check out CAB. Thanks!
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immortal technique makes great interval music.
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As awesome as his music is, he might be one of the biggest homophobe's on tha mofoing planet.

Some of the chit he says just makes me cringe.
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As awesome as his music is, he might be one of the biggest homophobe's on tha mofoing planet.

Some of the chit he says just makes me cringe.
yeah man, I have to agree. but the energy of his songs are great when you're hammering up a hill. and I love his song "beef and broccoli"

first of all being a vegetarian should
never be associated with being
a revolutionary or being open-minded.
that's a dietary choice.
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Thinking of seeing these guys on thurs if any of my friends decide to join in. Lets see how it goes.

Reminds me of explosions in the sky. Band's called blue star burns red.

https://www.myspace.com/bluestarburnsred
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche
Thinking of seeing these guys on thurs if any of my friends decide to join in. Lets see how it goes.

Reminds me of explosions in the sky. Band's called blue star burns red.

https://www.myspace.com/bluestarburnsred
Yeah, I'm hooked on this after hearing the first guitar riff. I used to be on a huge post-rock/ambient rock kick. And Explosions in the Sky is still one of my favorites.

I always leaned toward Explosions a bit more than the likes of Godspeed You Black Emperor.

Though this song still kicks my ass every time I hear it:

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