Dic 24 2014, 12:11 di engelnit
Dic 20 2014, 21:16 di Digital_thugDon't pay too much attention to this note. It's temporary space for self notification. As my browser tabs count increases every day, there must be a place to store list of albums.
So, the list
1. Lou Reed - The Bells
2. Lou Reed - Berlin
3. Kirsty MacColl - Tropical Brainstorm
4. Secret Chiefs 3 - First Grand Constitution and Bylaws
5. Eagles - Hotel California
6. Queens of the Stone Age - Songs for the Deaf
7. Faust - So Far
8. tētēma - Geocidal
9. Vanilla Fudge - Renaissance
10. Richard Lloyd - Field Of Fire
11. Richard Lloyd - Alchemy
12. Rush - Feedback
13. UFO - The Wild, The Willing And The Innocent
14. Gary Numan - Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)
15. Buster Poindexter[artist] - Buster Poindexter
Dic 19 2014, 22:56 di Dragolich
Nov 26 2014, 19:03 di fabrykamagazineCelestial Flesh - Suspended Motion |self-released, 2014| 5/5 djent progmetal
1. Dictating (Voices In The Ocean), 2. Open Heart, Open Mind, 3. Breathing With Swollen Lungs, 4. Exposure, 5. Bent To Your Will, 6. Light On The Surface, 7. Speak To Me, 8. Suspended Motion
There are listeners, like me, who are looking for passion, intensity, might, emotions and soul cleansing locked all together inside sound, yet expressed with heavy guitar driven arrangements. Suspended Motion by Celestial Flesh is a perfect choice to fulfill such a desire.
The band's founder, Eric Machel (guitar, bass, drum programming, synth, production) has been playing guitar since he turned 15. In love with intense music by metal acts such as Meshuggah, Gojira, Tool, as well as a varied array of music genres, he has his own vision of music he wants to write and perform. Due to various circumstances however, this American musician has decided to launch a solo project instead of joining or creating a band. …
Nov 20 2014, 0:19 di tlukes123
Nov 15 2014, 3:42 di calleneptunoNota: esta nota se basa en datos de acceso directo, o sea, que están en mi colección. Las lagunas son responsabilidad de mi gusto torcido.
En 1975, Dimitri Shostakovich alcanzaba la obra 147 de su catálogo con una interesante sonata para viola y piano de tonalidades oscuras, lánguidas, profundas, en la madurez, casi agotamiento, de su carrera. Simultáneamente, la música académica latinoamericana se vestía con colores similares, quizá más estridentes si eso es posible en comparación con Shostakovich o con las decadentes formas postserialistas, con la suite Popol Vuh del argentino Alberto Ginastera, que habría de colocarlo en el foco internacional, y de paso, por la temática de la obra, a la herencia indígena americana. Europa profunda está pariendo post post post cosas (minimalismo, tintinábulum, qué sé yo), para los años siguientes, pero no hallamos gran cosa en el 75.
Buena parte de Latinoamérica se estaba debatiendo entre la tradición…
Nov 3 2014, 5:03 di goldeneye2131Blank Space
six-figure plays! 23.255814 plays/day since 95K (happened on November 2)
Taylor Swift - 13891
blink-182 - 5688
John Williams - 4544
Goldfinger - 3622
Rush - 3277
Kelly Clarkson - 2994
The Beatles - 2906
Mêlée - 2408
Boston - 2337
Eagles - 1934
The Corrs - 1711
Badfinger - 1479
Avril Lavigne - 1294
Little River Band - 1154
Randy Edelman - 1041
Supertramp - 966
Chicago - 960
Set 23 2014, 6:42 di thomas10http://cdn2.thelineofbestfit.com/images/2009/01/thecryinglight.jpg
1 Antony and the Johnsons - The Crying Light
The black-and-white image of legendary Butoh dancer Kazuo Ohno that adorns the cover of The Crying Light, the third full-length by Antony and the Johnsons, seems to offer a view of a being enveloped in both ecstasy and agony -- or does it? The songs contained here offer something else: a glimpse of a universe beyond the pale of vision, seen only by the individual experiencing it. Neo-classical underpinnings are entwined lovingly with broken pop songs and secretive after-hours cabaret poems. Check the opener, "Her Eyes Are Underneath the Ground". The piano and cello fall together as one slow dancer, alone in the spotlight, keeping memory as time: "In the garden, with my mother/I stole a flower/With my mother, in her power/I chose a flower/I saw six eyes glistening in my womb/I felt you calling me in the gloom/Rest assured your love is pure.... …
Ago 25 2014, 8:04 di sco703
Ago 9 2014, 7:09 di leodegraf1. Rush
Rank in 2013: 1 (unchanged)
First Song: Working Man. Must have heard this on FM radio in Toronto circa 1975.
First Love: In The End. My first entry into Rush was the just released All The World's A Stage album. "In the End" was my first favourite.
Current Favorite: The Garden. Great song from Clockwork Angels.
Trend: Still my favourite band.
2. Porcupine Tree
Rank in 2013: 2 (unchanged)
First Song: Blackest Eyes Saw that these guys opened for Yes. Bought In Absentia and was hooked.
First Love: Trains The best track on In Absentia, IMHO.
Current Favorite: Time Flies from The Incident.
Trend: I've been listening to Steven Wilson's solo projects recently.
3. Dream Theater
Rank in 2013: 3 (unchanged)
First Song: As I Am Blew me away.
First Love: As I Am
Current Favorite: The Looking Glass off of the new album is great.
Trend: Dream Theater is likely to overtake Porcupine Tree as my #2 most listened to band.
4. The Tragically Hip
Rank in 2013: 4 (unchanged)