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  • CountryBacktrax

    Hello from Johnny. I just discovered your great station. I love many kinds of music.

    Giugno 2012
  • kramstan

    Hi, We seem to be into some of the same stuff, particularly Tori Amos who I love!

    Maggio 2012
  • nomoresongs

    You obviously love great lyrics like Joni's and Bruce's, so I thought I'd Friend you.

    Settembre 2011
  • kalimay

    Hello! Nice music :)

    Luglio 2011
  • boys_in_zinc

    Hey there! Sorry I only saw your shout just now :0|... I do love the new GGD album... Thru & Thru I think is my fave... it sounds like a rave in a harem!

    Giugno 2011
  • sunhill67

    I'll give them a go. Tune-Yards is my favourite of the year so far tho love the PJ Harvey one too. Whokills gets better with every listen. Try Powa and Bizness. I love the feel of the Kurt Vile album too tho probably couldn't pick out a favourite song.

    Maggio 2011
  • sunhill67

    I wasn't expecting too much. I thought the songs that weren't that great before (Song Of Solomon, Lily, Top Of The City) were more fully formed but she shouldn't have remade the better songs like Moments of Pleasure and This Woman's Work. Not sure why she felt the need to do it. I think there were older songs she could have redone while she was at it.

    Maggio 2011
  • shaktikaa

    Hello from Finland! Great music here!

    Giugno 2010
  • sleepy_alex

    I know-Hejira is such a beautiful, spiritual album (and so underrated)--the title track is one of my favorites. However, I have to say that Hissing of Summer Lawns edges it out as my favorite Joni album--all abstract suburban angst, artistic passion, with some of her best music and lyrics. Not sure what my all time #1 is-it tends to shift, but I'd have to go with The Dreaming. Difficult music made by a difficult woman. I'm pretty familiar with your top 20 artists, but I just checked out Camille and liked her a lot!

    Giugno 2010
  • sleepy_alex

    Great taste, neighbor! (Seriously, it's great to see someone else love Hejira)

    Giugno 2010
  • lequick

    thanx for visiting

    Aprile 2010
  • nussie56

    Thank you for visiting. Cheers from Denmark..

    Aprile 2010
  • nintendoinuendo

    thanks!

    Marzo 2010
  • Bandit72

    Hey, same to you, thanks for adding me :)

    Febbraio 2010
  • greit

    Hello! Thank you for the reccomendation! Fallulah is quite good! :-D

    Febbraio 2010
  • DeeCena

    Hey! Happy New Year<3

    Gennaio 2010
  • djdvd

    zombie free 2010.

    Gennaio 2010
  • MarkyMark81

    I heard Hejira for the first time probably 12 years ago, and everything I've heard since then, whatever genre it was, can't compare to how awesome it is. It will never get old! I did hear about the Greenpeace release and I'm looking forward to it too... it sounds quite a bit like the show she did for the BBC in 1970 with James Taylor, from the looks of the setlist. What I'm *really* interested in hearing is the box set from Rhino, with a bunch of studio outtakes (from what I hear) and (fingers crossed!) the alternate sessions for Mingus where she had different musicians play on the songs.

    Novembre 2009
  • lequick

    thanx for stoping by

    Agosto 2009
  • neuy

    i have the entire discography. i will have to put it on a disc for u somewhere sometime soon!!!! me good. und du?

    Agosto 2009
  • liliquoimoon

    yeahhhh. i don't listen to her as much as i used to be dance of the infidel is amazing.

    Agosto 2009
  • MarkyMark81

    Not bad stuff! She's got a good New Jack Swing sound to her. I've been meaning to recommend Katell Keineg to you for a while. I think you'll like her. She's got a Joan Baez-like sound to her and a similar guitar style to Joni's. Worth checking out a few songs: http://www.last.fm/music/Katell+Keineg/O+Seasons+O+Castles/Cut http://www.last.fm/music/Katell+Keineg/O+Seasons+O+Castles/Paris

    Agosto 2009
  • MarkyMark81

    Ah, it's going OK. Summer in the Midwest is nothing nice. Muggy. Hot. But yes, Jamie Lidell is very, very talented, and I wish more people knew about his stuff. His first CD was pretty good but I was really blown away by Jim. He stripped his music down and now I think it's more soulful and catchy and refined. I had never heard of him before someone else on here recommended him.

    Luglio 2009
  • Beep_sc

    Hello, greetings from Poland :)

    Giugno 2009
  • acetomatoco

    Greetings from The United States

    Maggio 2009
  • sunhill67

    Yes. I've only really listened to British 60s/70s folk-rock in the last few years. Wish I'd discovered it a lot earlier. Linda Thompson is great too.

    Aprile 2009
  • MarkyMark81

    Hah, I just saw that Opus thing. He can't be serious. $2,100 for that? I mean the Prince iPod is awesome, but this is the absurd extravagance that seems to have plagued his career the past several years. Remember the menu from Club 3121? Ridiculous prices for champagne and little appetizer things. And who could forget the Crystal Ball fiasco. If he needs to make money, he needs to release a bunch of old stuff, officially and unedited. THAT is what is going to bring in the money.

    Aprile 2009
  • yakkowarner

    Why thank you very much, and I'd like to add that you have a most excellent selection of artist too!

    Aprile 2009
  • MarkyMark81

    It's one of those things where there's lots of songs but only a few good ones in the bunch. He could have whittled them down to 1 CD and it would have been his best since 3121. But out of the bunch there's some great stuff like Dance 4 Me or Feel Better, Feel Good, Feel Wonderful or Dreamer. It's a step in the right direction after that snoozer of an album Planet Earth. There's some real garbage like Love Like Jazz. Seriously, thousands of songs in his vault and he puts that on there? This whole Jehovah's Witness B.S. really affected his songwriting the past 10 years or so. But he does manage to put some great songs together, on occasion.

    Aprile 2009
  • bFunkD

    play has Tom's 80's albums at a good price, but maybe amazon.uk is better priced for you. Blue was amazing. The album gives me the feeling she's constantly telling stories during a summer breeze.

    Aprile 2009
  • gilkagan

    sure.. but most of them sing in hebrew. the exception is Asaf Avidan & the Mojos. it's in english.. and it is amazing. you can see them in my Top Artist section.

    Aprile 2009
  • bFunkD

    I got Joni's Blue. Looking forward to listening to it. Will let you know my impressions later.

    Aprile 2009
  • gilkagan

    nice taste

    Marzo 2009
  • HamsterHuey

    It's Jenny Time!

    Marzo 2009
  • HamsterHuey

    It is! Totally different than her first album with them Watson Twins, but still pretty amazing and fun. It's so, it's so... Fleetwood Mac. I like it.

    Febbraio 2009
  • sunhill67

    I heard Mariam had a throat infection so that probably accounts for a lot. She did leave the stage a few times.

    Febbraio 2009
  • sunhill67

    Probably would. I do like a lot of Scandanavian singer-songwriters at the moment.

    Febbraio 2009
  • sunhill67

    Yes it is less fun. Not so much that gets your feet moving. They did a long version of La Realite which made up for a lot. Also Coulibaly and Artistiya. Their drummer was excellent on those.

    Febbraio 2009
  • sunhill67

    There's a new one called just 'BM' that came out late last year. Didn't get much press for some reason.

    Febbraio 2009
  • sunhill67

    Still waiting for the latest Barbara Morgenstern album to really grab me but there are a few good tracks. Fur Luise I like a lot. Her album The Grass Is Always Greener is well worth picking up. I'm surprised she's not bigger - very good electro-pop.

    Febbraio 2009
  • sunhill67

    First time I've seen them and they played mostly recent stuff. I thought the current album sounded a bit flat live - a few too many rock guitar solos and plodding 4/4 beats. They really came alive when they did a half hour of older songs from Dimanche à Bamako and before near the end. The band cut loose a bit - drumming was more rhythmic and it flowed better. You could see they were into it more. Would love to see them in a smaller venue.

    Febbraio 2009
  • bFunkD

    If you can let me know where to start with Joni. Which 2-3 albums to start with would be nice. Waits' early work has his sweet sounding voice (pre-booze), up until the soundtrack One From The Heart. I love his later work a bit more because he's gone more experimental in styles and sounds, if I have to recommend one to start with buy Mule Variations. It's a killer album, although I love every single one of them. Stay away from compilations, Tom Waits is worth every single album. I would keep away from the Early Years albums stuff and live rendition (Big Time) in the beginning. There's a live concert of TW on npr.org of his current Glitter & Doom tour (podcast @ http://www.npr.org/buckets/podcasts/main/podlayer.php?&id=15681603 ) I also know there's a concert of Björk at npr.org.

    Febbraio 2009
  • bFunkD

    Thanks for the shout out, I see some good stuff in your charts too. Still have to find Joni on my path of musical discovery.

    Febbraio 2009
  • HamsterHuey

    But i am still sad, as I missed the Beirut presale. :bawl:

    Febbraio 2009
  • HamsterHuey

    Ermmmm. If that statement would have said "Coldplay" I would have agreed. As it says "Radiohead" I am assuming your account was hacked and it wasn't you, but a random deluded person that has got NO onkling about how The Amazing Sounds Of Orgy rules my world, soul and life.

    Febbraio 2009
  • veganfreak

    In My Eyes would be great to fire me up for some writing for sure. :) I haven't listened to that in years, though. As for the music sections, copyright law sucks hard, and we gotta be careful. Completely lame.

    Febbraio 2009
  • bodhi_44

    Hey there, crazy french art style guy! Nice that you have been over here! Did you mean Grand Blvd. in North Vancouver? I was over to Dublin last Spring and had a grand time! Checked out your blogspot; your art is very pleasing to me ;~)

    Febbraio 2009
  • veganfreak

    Thanks for the shout - yeah, I do still listen to some hardcore/punk stuff, just not as often, especially when I'm writing (and really, I listened to it a lot more in my younger days). I don't listen to Enya or fucking whale sounds, thank you. :p Interestingly, I see our compatibility is high. Cool shit. Don't see that too often, frankly. Your stats remind me that I should get back to listening to some Esquivel, as that is some seriously fun music. BTW, the goldfrapp/hot chip show sounds fantastic. I wish there were shows where I lived that did not include the words "string band" or "country." Anyway, long time no speak, hope you are well. :)

    Febbraio 2009
  • bodhi_44

    Saw you had popped by ;~) Hey, Savage Love! Dan's columns are very...interesting! Slainte!!

    Febbraio 2009
  • DeeCena

    Bee is everything, LOL!<3 I got KTA, love it. Even If It Is So and Caring is my crack<3

    Febbraio 2009