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Babylon Zoo – The Boy With the X-Ray Eyes

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WHAT? I CAN'T HEAR YOU!!!! Let me turn down the volume on Skillet!!!! There... that's better. Oh yeah, "Monster" is my favorite. I think they wrote that song about me. Giggle. CRANK! "Feel like monster..."

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WHAT? I CAN'T HEAR YOU!!!! Let me turn down the volume on Skillet!!!! There... that's better. Oh yeah, "Monster" is my favorite. I think they wrote that song about me. Giggle. CRANK! "Feel like monster..."

Jody! SKILLET ROCKS!!! (hope she could hear me)

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Ravin

At the moment, CCR, "Lookin' Out My Back Door."

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LOL! Thanks Madison, I read your lips... Jody

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Guest Alex_Di

Oh, yeah, almost forgot. Melody Gardot is awesome too, "You Heart is as Black as Night" in particular.

For those that don't mind jazz.

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Sally

Right now a recording that my old band made about 10 years ago - I miss playing with a band.

Love ya,

Sally

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Guest Chrysee

How many out there are willing to admit they're old enough to remember a band called 'It's A Beautiful Day'? They recorded the hit 'White Bird'. Anyway, that's my listening fare for the day.

Cissy

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Guest Robin Winter

I have no idea if I'm old enough or not, but I've never heard of them.

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Guest Chrysee

I have no idea if I'm old enough or not, but I've never heard of them.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It's_a_Beautiful_Day

They were together from '67-69'. You might see if they're on Youtube. They still have quite a following.

Be glad if you're not old enough and if you are then be glad you're still here!

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Guest Robin Winter

That's a little before my time, but I do enjoy a lot of music from the same period.

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Guest Chrysee

Glad to hear it. There was so much good music done before all of the studio trickery and the formulaic hit machine stuff flooded the air waves. Heck, The Beatles ushered in the British Invasion and it was a wild ride clear to Woodstock. The 70's brought bands like Yes and the Allman Bros., etc. And to be honest, I loved to dance and thoroughly enjoyed the Disco scene for its short romp.

Thanks for your input!

With love,

Cissy

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Well the typical "Rocky horro picture show" and "The Monster Mash" ofcourse.

But my all time favourite for today's date is "Freakin' at the Freaker's Ball" by Dr.Hook and the medicine show.

Huggs,

Joann

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Glad to hear it. There was so much good music done before all of the studio trickery and the formulaic hit machine stuff flooded the air waves. Heck, The Beatles ushered in the British Invasion and it was a wild ride clear to Woodstock. The 70's brought bands like Yes and the Allman Bros., etc. And to be honest, I loved to dance and thoroughly enjoyed the Disco scene for its short romp.

Thanks for your input!

With love,

Cissy

Fess up! Did you wear a burgundy leisure suit? I loved the platform shoes I had. Didn't get into disco really, but it was a great way for a kid to get laid! Giggle.

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Not only old enough to remember It's A Beautiful Day, I worked in record stores starting in the late 70s while doing graduate work in college - the album still was selling enough to keep a couple of copies in stock at all times.

Never really made a huge hit but managed to make a place in music history by having been one of the last Bands to perform at Filmore West - their song White Bird was in the documentary film "Filmore".

I am still a fan of a group called Ten Wheel Drive, I love the heavy usage of the banjo in a heavy rock piece called 'Morning Much Better" - sort of a B, S and T group - jazz, rock, blues fusion.

Love the old stuff and a lot of the newer but I do feel that much like in movies - technology is used more often to replace artists than by artists.

Love ya,

Sally

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Guest Chrysee

Glad to hear it. There was so much good music done before all of the studio trickery and the formulaic hit machine stuff flooded the air waves. Heck, The Beatles ushered in the British Invasion and it was a wild ride clear to Woodstock. The 70's brought bands like Yes and the Allman Bros., etc. And to be honest, I loved to dance and thoroughly enjoyed the Disco scene for its short romp.

Thanks for your input!

With love,

Cissy

Fess up! Did you wear a burgundy leisure suit? I loved the platform shoes I had. Didn't get into disco really, but it was a great way for a kid to get laid! Giggle.

Not burgundy. I had a winter white one as well as one in dark blue. YEECH! No platform shoes, either. I did own a precious pair of Capezios for dancing, however.

And I loved disco. Imagine getting all dressed up to get messed up in your best, including doing your hair, and then going to dance. Now this might involve dances that required practice and made it necessary to actually touch your partner.

After it caught on, much of the music became prefab like fast food with a beat

- sort of a B, S and T group - jazz, rock, blues fusion.

Love the old stuff and a lot of the newer but I do feel that much like in movies - technology is used more often to replace artists than by artists.

Love ya,

Sally

B, S & T! I saw them at Newport Jazz (my hometown!) back in '69. They were on the ticket for the night with 10 Years After, Jethro Tull, Jeff Beck (with lead singer Rod Stewart) and several jazz bands. I had a great seat and it cost me a whopping $7.95!

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Cyndee

Tears for Fears - Songs from the big chair

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Wow Cissy, thanks for taking me back to a time a mere ten years later. Ticket prices were up to about twenty bucks. I think the last big show I saw back east was Speedway Jam. Then I traded off everything I owned including my Norton motorcycle, packed everything I had left including a quarter pound of pot, into a clapped out '69 Chevelle. I then drove off to make my life in Arizona. Hippies did that you know. I looked like a blond Cheech & Chong without the cheech...LOL.

Some times I think about that hippie kid. I wish I had estrogen back then, I would have been a love child... Oh, wait I was a love child and got the crap beat out of me more than once, from the cops for being one of those druggy freaks! Mmm,,, scratch that.... I did love my full long hair then, dudes would mistake as female from the back. I would turn around with my full beard and stick my tongue out at them... What a day! Giggle. Jody

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Then I traded off everything I owned including my Norton motorcycle,

.... What a day! Giggle. Jody

Pure sacrilege!

Trading off a Norton. huff

Sure miss my 850 Commando.

Huggs,

Joann

Oh yeah.

Listening to "Don't give up" written by Peter Gabriel, perfomed as a Gregorian Chant.

Don't give up

'cos you have friends

....

You're not beaten yet

....

I know you can make it good

Huggs,

Joann

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Guest Chrysee

I then drove off to make my life in Arizona. Hippies did that you know.

I went off to Goddard College in Vermont (when/where my avatar pic was taken) to study Drama, Literature, and hone my mating skills.

O, and I became a soaking, sopping wet alcoholic!

Love ya!

Cissy

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Guest Emma P

Right now a playlist I made on spotify especially made for when drinking. Current song Black veil brides - Youth and whisky.

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Guest Robin Winter

Thanks to a Windows 8 ad, "Everything at Once" by Lenka. Very cute song, it burrows into your brain and starts hanging pictures.

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Guest Chrysee

it burrows into your brain and starts hanging pictures.

What a cool image to awaken to!

Thanks,

issy

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Guest Zeda

I have a fun mix of songs in my playlist :D The first few are from listening to Pandora a few days ago:

Jar of Hearts - Christina Perri

The Man Who Can't be Moved - The Script

Tonight Tonight - Hot Chelle Rae

Good Life - One Republic

Mr. Brightside - The Killers

Set Fire to The Rain - Adele

Otherside - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Dirty Little Secrets - All American Rejects

Rhythm Of Love - Plain White T's

Cost of Livin' - Ronnie Dunn

Apologize - One Republic

306 - Emilie Autumn

Let The Record Show - Emilie Autumn

Opheliec - Emilie Autumn

Castle Down - Emilie Autumn

Love Like Winter - AFI

Silver and Cold - AFI

My Immortal - Evanescence

Thoughtless - (The Evanescence version)

Blown Away - Carrie Underwood

Fall For You - Secondhand Seronade

Where the Green Grass Grows - Tim McGraw

Okay I Feel Better Know - AFI

Dis Moi - BB Brunes

The Game - Disturbed

Kiss - Korn

Ce Soir - Kyo

Pardonné - Kyo

Dernière Danse - Kyo

Overrated - Three Days Grace

Through Glass - Stone Sour

Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana

Handelbars - Flobots

Surprisingly, I have no Queen in this mix o.O As you can see, I'm not adventurous with my music.

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I have a fun mix of songs in my playlist :D The first few are from listening to Pandora a few days ago:

Jar of Hearts - Christina Perri

The Man Who Can't be Moved - The Script

Tonight Tonight - Hot Chelle Rae

Good Life - One Republic

Mr. Brightside - The Killers

Set Fire to The Rain - Adele

Otherside - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Dirty Little Secrets - All American Rejects

Rhythm Of Love - Plain White T's

Cost of Livin' - Ronnie Dunn

Apologize - One Republic

306 - Emilie Autumn

Let The Record Show - Emilie Autumn

Opheliec - Emilie Autumn

Castle Down - Emilie Autumn

Love Like Winter - AFI

Silver and Cold - AFI

My Immortal - Evanescence

Thoughtless - (The Evanescence version)

Blown Away - Carrie Underwood

Fall For You - Secondhand Seronade

Where the Green Grass Grows - Tim McGraw

Okay I Feel Better Know - AFI

Dis Moi - BB Brunes

The Game - Disturbed

Kiss - Korn

Ce Soir - Kyo

Pardonné - Kyo

Dernière Danse - Kyo

Overrated - Three Days Grace

Through Glass - Stone Sour

Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana

Handelbars - Flobots

Surprisingly, I have no Queen in this mix o.O As you can see, I'm not adventurous with my music.

I swear to God that I've never heard of anyone on your list! Okay, Carrie Underwood and Nirvana, but I don't care a hoot for either one.

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