Vladimir Godar: Regina Coeli (you have to hear this; it's sung by Iva Bittova).
Pelecis: Conversation with a Friend; Concertino Bianco.
Mark Connor: Fanfare for the Volunteer.
Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 2.
Lilburn: Aotearoa Overture; Three Symphonies.
Bertrand's orchestral version of Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit (my favorite piano music).
Roussel: La Poeme de la Foret.
Alwyn: Piano Concerto No. 2.
Kremer: Hommage a Piazzola.
Saluzzi: Ojos Negros.
Bill Frisell: Good Dog, Happy Man. His version of Shenandoah is on my list of music for my memorial service.
In preparation for Christmas, Rick Sowash's Piano Trio #3, A Christmas Divertimento.
When I want to scare stereo salespeople, I use the last movement of Hovhaness' Mount St. Helens.
An OPL3, albeit an emulated one, trying its darndest to play some Pachelbel fugues.
>Indeed, nature's music makes ours seem idiotic.
Cage knew this.
Nature's everything makes us seem idiotic.
Tom Waits - all.
Biosphere - Too fragile to walk on
Most probably one of his greatest tracks.
Figure 1: @5star I dare you to out purple me. You have 24 hours.
Cat Power. Her new covers album "Jukebox" is awesome. The recording is spot on, with some of the best sounding drums I've heard in a long time.
And her voice is amazing.
I'm expecting Morgan Freeman to do similar gig at the Dem's convention.
I'm loving the new Grizzly Bear songs.
Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) - They Will Throw Us To The Wolves
I love them. I love them to death. I can't listen to them for extended amounts of time though, mainly because of how sad their music is. It's definitely not feel-good party pop, so I'd give it a pass if you haven't much of a penchant for sad music like I do.
Simon and Garfunkle (always)
Mendelssohn (Italian Symphony)
Five for Fighting
Horses In the Skyby The Sound of Animals Fightingfrom their album Lover, the Lord has Left Us
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Will food for type.
Get the hell out of my head! How did you even know I was even workin' on it???
Is that all you got?
Are we special?
We'd like to think we are.
Prince: Breakfast Can Wait (04:37)
The latest strangeness from Ane Brun.
X Minus One - Knock, A Gun for Dinosaur, Junkyard and others...
A live radio concert in support of the Faeroese voluntary rescue units.
i've been listening to lots a afro-latin stuff. here's a mix i put together
people like: Tom Ze,Red Astaire, Quantic, Makossa Man and mashups in that style
Here's a look:
Purple @5star: Big Moe — Purple Stuff
Looks like summins gots sum catchin’ up 2 du.
grinderman - excellent!
You just missed a rare opportunity to simultaneously use an eð and an æsc. Tsk, tsk.
Sigur Rós - Varúð
I bet you 100 billion dollars that you cant touch this — Gogogl Bordello Start Wearing Purple Kinetic Typography (Full).
Not. Even. Close.
"Les contes d'Hoffmann" Offenbach
a LOT of Indian music in hopes that it will help me understand the inner workings of Devanagari... somehow >^p
Uriah Heep – Salisbury
Every day, Thelonious Monk. For 45 years, every day, Thelonious Monk.
Keeps the blood thin, filters contaminants out of the air, calms the nerves. There's never enough.
"The Art of the Finnish Kantele" (EUCD 1342)
1982 Met recording of Carmen with Marilyn Horne
My neighbors arguing- I think their gonna get a divorce- and their damned Chihuahua yapping!!!
Miguel Ettema's remix of the "1942" game music which itself is based on the main theme from "633 Squadron", in the hope of drowning out a sixteen-beat drum loop that's worming through my head, going 'patapatapatapatapataclap-clap-clap!' And for those wondering, it's the beat in Boney M's "Nightflight to Venus". Sad? Sick? I just dunno...
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZPoqNeR3_UA#!|The engines idling]].
Mayer Hawthorne ... all.
Just a couple to get you up...
I'm doing the Stones North American Tour. Fun - and hard. Using Blair ITC for most of it, looks better to me than many of the new pretenders, Sweet Sans, Aviano, Idlewild, et al. I used Tungsten Narrow Semibold for the teaser campaign. Works well LARGE on signage.
Currently listening to 4'33'' looped.
[[http://www.pykett.org.uk/]] where there are many MP3'd recordings by Mr. Pykett available to borrow. Might want to read his organ research, too.
Live: Daft Punk
Awesome stuffs to be sure!!
Surly you're aware that I created colored bacon, purple bacon is a big part of that!
But hey, that was wayyy back in 2010. Here's a close up, try not to salivate on your ipad...
Interesting colored bacon lore... much thanks & love for my interview with AOL, colored bacon was coined rainbow bacon. And on the west coast in Cali it is also known as pride bacon ...thanks to Hilton!
But that's not purple specific enough, I want to do something typographic.
More l8tr sk8tr...
ps. payment in 99.999 % pure gold bars pls and thx.
Hayaino Daisuki. Because there’s just no way to go wrong with an all-female thrash metal band.
Lots of rockabilly.
I am listening to my wife playing Schubert. Far better than endless silence.
Magical three hours of drawing to 2:30-2:45 of Voodoo Chile.
Doesn’t sound like a loop to me.
T Bone Burnett's deliciously weird 'Palestine, Texas'
...and wondering if Chris Dean might get into John Mayer's guitar work.
I am going to go on a limb, and say the name of an artist, who's voice can soothe the soul and make certain hormones from males and females explode.
Billy Bragg: Between the Wars
the Beautiful South: You Play Glockenspiel, I'll Play Drums
Travis: J Smith