Being relatively new to the site I don't know if this thread has been started yet but if so I'm goon do the green thing and recycle it. I was just curious what you cats are listening to. What cd is in your player? What have you been rocking to on the iPod? I just got an iPod on Monday. My first one. I have close to 200 CDs probably and carry around a huge case overflowing with CDs. So what are you listening to? Also I would be curious to know your favorite music medium. Cd? Vinyl? iPod? I was so against iPods for some reason, never had one but I got one and I have fallen in love with it. Music always in your pocket. Awesome.
I've been listening to a lot of Celtic music lately. I go through phases. Favorite medium? I guess it depends on the music. Classic Dizzy or Coltrane has to be on vinyl but if it's classical or something more modern I want the clarity that CD's/digital files can deliver.
I can totally agree with this. Classic jazz on vinyl is the best thing ever. I have been listening to a band called Brand New a lot lately. Their album, I believe it is called "God and the Devil are Raging Inside Me", has been getting the play time in my car. On the Ipod though I have been listening to Ace Enders and a Million Different People. Good album.
Yeah, she's a her, and I would say that she is fairly comtempory in that genre, so you would probably like her. One of her biggest hits is called, "The Mummers Dance", so google that for a taste. Likewise, I'll check out Lunasa, it's always nice to expand your horizons.
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