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|Wendi Kaminski, Photographer, Assistant
||La Mirada | CA | USA | Posted: 11:15 PM on 09.30.06
|->> It's been awhile since the topic has come up. Lots of new releases lately. So what's in your Ipod playlist right now.
I just bought John Mayer "Continuum,"
Five for Fighting's "65 Mustang," (sweet song for those who had a 65 mustang like myself), "Two Lights," "It's not easy,"
Jimmy Hendrix , "Voodoo Child,"
Nelly Furtado, "Promiscuous,"
and last but certainly not least to keep things rocking while I work, Fergie "London Bridges" (clean version).
Let's hear what you got rockin' you out while you work.
|Drew Buchanan, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Fort Walton Beach | FL | USA | Posted: 12:12 AM on 10.01.06
|->> You mean there are other songs than Kodachrome?!
I've even got it as my ringtone.
"...So mama dont take my kodachrome away."
|Jack Howard, Photographer, Photo Editor
||Somerville | NJ | USA | Posted: 12:31 AM on 10.01.06
|->> Cowboy Junkies and Golden Smog, pretty much non-stop right now.
There's just something about Margo Timmon's voice that makes every word so amazing.
And Golden Smog is just fun. Some cool guys from some great bands just having some fun together. It shows in the music that it's just fun.
|Chuck Randant, Student/Intern, Photographer
||St. Peters/Bowling Green | MO/KY | United States of America | Posted: 12:33 AM on 10.01.06
|->> The Mars Volta
|Jonathan Castner, Photographer
||Longmont | CO | USA | Posted: 1:03 AM on 10.01.06
|->> I'm currently listening to:
Evergray "Monday Morning Apocalypse"
Pain of Salvation "One Hour By The Concrete Lake"
Porcupine Tree "In Absentia"
Fates Warning "Disconnected"
Mayadome "Paranormal Activity"
Pagans Mind "Celestial Entrance"
Nevermore "This Godless Endeavor"
|Jonathan Palmer, Photographer
||Decatur | AL | United States | Posted: 1:16 AM on 10.01.06
|->> i'm an Outkast man but here lately i have been listening to Audioslave i think they have a new album. When i cook though, it is always Chaz Mingus, Davis or Coletrane.
|Ben Burgeson, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Vista | CA | USA | Posted: 1:18 AM on 10.01.06
|->> Lots of Michael jackson and NWA.....world wide west side
|Mark Smith, Photographer
||Elk City | OK | USA | Posted: 1:35 AM on 10.01.06
|->> Mostly, I like to match the action with the sound, for instance, If I'm watching a great defensive stand, I like to listen to something that corresponds...like Air Supply....fires me up.
|Ramsay de Give, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Ventura | CA | USA | Posted: 1:45 AM on 10.01.06
|->> Here are a few --
•Alpha Blondy - "Apartheid is Nazism" (entire album)
•Cymande - "Bra"
•Jimi Hendrix - "Wait Until Tomorrow"
•Lewis Parker - "Eyes of Dreams" - Masquerades and Silhouettes, one of the best albums, hands down
•Don Carlos and Junior Reid - "Black History"
•Pete Rock and CL Smooth - "Take you There" - The Main Ingredient, entire album
•Sonny Criss - "Black Coffee" - This is Criss!
•Junior Kelly - "Tough Life"
•Eric Clapton - "Lonely Stranger, Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out, Running on Faith, and Alberta" - Unplugged
•James Brown - "Bring It Up (Hipster's Avenue)"
•Nostramus - "Babel"
•Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban - "Bodas de Oro"
Check out these tracks, I bet you'll dig them, though it really depends on what you like...
|Rick Burnham, Photographer
||Enfield | CT | USA | Posted: 5:42 AM on 10.01.06
|->> Some of what's on my iPod. I know it's kinda messed up at what I listen to. I say blame my parents for my wide ranging taste in music:
3 Doors Down
Alan Parsons Project
Blue Oyster Cult
Brooks and Dunn
Goo Goo Dolls
Guns n Roses
Hall and Oates
Hank Williams Jr
Hootie and the Blowfish
Marshal Tucker Band
Puddle of Mudd
Simon and Garfunkel
Steve Miller Band
Tom T Hall
|Chuck Steenburgh, Photographer
||Lexington | VA | USA | Posted: 5:46 AM on 10.01.06
|->> The last CD I burned included:
Elton John (1970s version!)
The White Stripes
Funny Mark - I always listen to Air Supply after a long touchdown run.
|Wendi Kaminski, Photographer, Assistant
||La Mirada | CA | USA | Posted: 10:17 AM on 10.01.06
|->> Dude! I want your playlist Rick! That's an awesome collection. You can blame your parents for good taste in music across many genres!
|Mark Davis, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Barcelona | ES | Spain | Posted: 11:43 AM on 10.01.06
|->> Bob Dylan: new album. genius.
Elliott Smith: "Figure 8" -my favorite album for the last year. Also his unreleased material (that was leaked) has some good stuff.
Billy Bragg and Wilco: "Mermaid Avenue Vol. 1"- lyrics of Woody Guthrie put to music. The best album either Wilco or Billy Bragg has produced.
Ryan Adams: Just catching up with him after three albums in one year. I loved "Cold Roses" and I'm now just getting into "Jacksonville City Lights."
Neil Young: "Prarie Wind"- similar to "Silver and Gold".
I'm cautiously getting into Joseph Arthur, Rocky Votolato, Iron and Wine and Josh Ritter.
Ray LaMontagne's new album seems to be solid.
Built to Spill.
Bruce Springsteen: "Ghost of Tom Joad"-some of his most brilliant work.
Sara Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion: "Exploration." Daughter of Woody Guthrie and her husband. I saw them live a year ago and ended up buying their album.
Beck: "Sea Change"- Old album, still does amazing things for me.
Credence Clearwater Revival: John Fogerty has the greatest rock and roll voice ever. Oh yeah, and the Hammond B3 organ with Leslie speakers is the greatest instrument ever created. Both on the same album: cant be beat.
Badly Drawn Boy: "The Hour of the Bewilderbeast."
Also, Ive recently really gotten into Andean music. Namely two Chilean groups: Intillimani and Illapu. It's some of the most uplifting music there is.
Also, Peter Case: "Full Service, No Waiting."
The list goes on.......
|N. Scott Trimble, Photographer
||Tempe | AZ | USA | Posted: 2:11 PM on 10.01.06
|->> Welcome to the most diverse mix here...
Don't Bring Me Down Electric Light Orchestra
Hound Dog Elvis Presley
Rubberneckin' (Paul Oakenfold Remix) [Radio Edit] Elvis Presley & Paul Oakenfold
Without Me Eminem
Only Time Enya
Money (That's What I Want) The Flying Lizards
Relax Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Battlestar Galactica Glen A. Larson & Stu Phillips
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald Gordon Lightfoot
Goldie's Dead Graeme Revell
Bury the Hatchet Graeme Revell
The Hard Goodbye Graeme Revell
Her Name Is Goldie Graeme Revell
Marv Graeme Revell & Robert Rodriguez
Old Town Girls Graeme Revell & Robert Rodriguez
Cardinal Sin Graeme Revell & Robert Rodriguez
Sin City Graeme Revell, John Debney & Robert Rodriguez
I See You Baby Groove Armada & Gram'Ma Funk
You Make My Dreams Hall & Oates
Coconut Harry Nilsson
All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You Heart
The Air That I Breathe The Hollies
You Can Do It Ice Cube
Lust for Life Iggy Pop
Somewhere Over the Rainbow / What a Wonderful World Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
Love Stinks J. Geils Band
State of Shock The Jacksons & Mick Jagger
Swingin' John Anderson
Old Town John Debney & Robert Rodriguez
Deadly Little Miho John Debney & Robert Rodriguez
Main Titles John Ottman
Man In Black Johnny Cash
The Man Comes Around Johnny Cash
Teahouse Juno Reactor And Gocoo
Mona Lisa Overdrive Juno Reactor/Don Davis
Burly Brawl Juno Reactor/Don Davis
Too Shy Kajagoogoo
Can't Get You out of My Head Kylie Minogue
How Many Licks? Lil' Kim
Session Linkin Park
Lonesome Loser Little River Band
Prelude and Main Title March The London Symphony Orchestra
The Planet Krypton The London Symphony Orchestra
I Sit on Acid Lords of Acid
Voodoo-U Lords Of Acid
The Crablouse Lords Of Acid
She And Mrs. Jones Lords Of Acid
Do What You Wanna Do Lords Of Acid
Young Boys Lords Of Acid
Walk on the Wild Side Lou Reed
Hung Up Madonna
This Is The New Shit Marilyn Manson
Once Upon a Time... Storybook Love (The Princess Bride) Mark Knopfler
America Neil Diamond
Sleeping Awake P.O.D.
Dread Rock Paul Oakenfold
Do You Wanna Make Love Peter McCann
Puff (The Magic Dragon) Peter, Paul & Mary
family portrait Pink
On the Turning Away Pink Floyd
Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 1 Pink Floyd
The Happiest Days of Our Lives Pink Floyd
Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2 Pink Floyd
Mother Pink Floyd
Nobody Home Pink Floyd
Waiting for the Worms Pink Floyd
The Trial Pink Floyd
Brain Damage Pink Floyd
Eclipse Pink Floyd
Smack My Bitch Up Prodigy
Under Pressure Queen
I Want It All Queen
Who Wants to Live Forever Queen
Crazy Little Thing Called Love Queen
Killing in the Name Rage Against the Machine
Calm Like A Bomb Rage Against The Machine
Furious Angels Rob Dougan
Chateau Rob Dougan
Dragula Rob Zombie
Reload Rob Zombie
One Hour to Go Robert Rodriguez
Nancy Robert Rodriguez
Prison Cell Robert Rodriguez
Kiss of Death Robert Rodriguez
That Yellow Bastard Robert Rodriguez
Hartigan Robert Rodriguez
Sin City End Titles Robert Rodriguez
Emotional Rescue The Rolling Stones
Undercover (Of the Night) The Rolling Stones
Sensemaya Silvestre Revueltas
Kiss Me Sixpence None the Richer
There She Goes Sixpence None the Richer
Beautiful Snoop Dogg
I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow The Soggy Bottom Boys
True Spandau Ballet
Big Bottom Spinal Tap
Flowers On The Wall The Statler Brothers
Apache The Sugarhill Gang
The Passportal Team Sleep
Yeah! Usher featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris
Eruption Van Halen
You Really Got Me Van Halen
Bittersweet Symphony The Verve
Seven Nation Army The White Stripes
Velcro Fly ZZ Top
Gimme All Your Lovin' ZZ Top
Sharp Dressed Man ZZ Top
Rough Boy ZZ Top
Sleeping Bag ZZ Top
Just like a Pill
take a chance on me
Get the Party Sarted
do you really..?
when the tigers broke free
us and them
At a distance
Got to boogy
Papa don't preach
DO you wish you were here
Open up your heart
Put your hands
I'm not here-Floyd
thats the way
back to Cali
Like a prayer
Sit on Acid Mix
|Jacob Hannah, Photographer
||Watertown | NY | USA | Posted: 3:56 PM on 10.01.06
|->> A few of my recent favorites, mostly underground hip/hop...
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
Rapper Big Pooh
Danger Mouse and Jemini-Ghetto Pop Life
|Joe Brown, Photographer
||Woburn | MA | USA | Posted: 7:29 PM on 10.01.06
|->> Wow, we are a diverse group, aren't we ??? LOL
Currently in my custom engraved, last year's Xmas gift from my loverly wife, Ipod Nano, are such awesome tunes as:
Mother - Pink Floyd
Hoe-Down - Aaron Copeland
If I Only Had a Brain from the Wizard of OZ
Who Will Watch the Home Place - Laurie Lewis
A ton of Celtic Music - Altan, The Chieftans, A lot of the Group Nightnoise - lead performer just passed away RIP.
and a bunch of Sleepy Sunday Shows from the Tartan Podcast.
I have to say that I do like to go and get the music that is mentioned by the powers that be here on SS.com - Someone in a front page editorial or story mentioned Vienna Teng - so I went and got it, and now she's big and I was listening to that before she was a hit - kinda cool - that has happened a couple of times - Thanks Guys!
|Jason Fritz, Student/Intern
||San Francisco | CA | USA | Posted: 7:45 PM on 10.01.06
|->> The new Clipse record is the best album in a decade.
|Jon Austria, Photographer
||Roseburg | OR | USA | Posted: 8:43 PM on 10.01.06
|->> some albums i've been feeling lately ...
w/ some notes
j-dilla - the shinning (support lupus research)
Lupe Fiascos - food & liquor (for all you sk8ers and backpackers)
Dwele - both album are really nice
Bullys wit Fullys - The Infastructure (bay area hip hop...yeeeee)
David Ruffin - The Unreleased Album ( Because there is only one David Ruffin. And without him, the Temps ain't nothin' but a group in SEARCH of a David Ruffin - from the movie The Temptations)
and big ups to the Cerritos All Star show, for keeping me sane with the live mix-shows.
jason... that Clipse album is a sick one
|Josh Anderson, Photographer
||Nashville | TN | United States | Posted: 11:54 PM on 10.01.06
|Jack Kurtz, Photographer
||Phoenix | AZ | United States | Posted: 12:00 AM on 10.02.06
|->> I tend to listen to music that matches the assignment. So driving to a ranching story I listen to cowboy music, on the border I listen to Spanish language music. When covering Bush or politics I listen Neil Young. ("Let's Impeach the President" is the song of the year so far) The list of artists in my iPod is pretty eclectic.
A small sample:
The Refugee All Stars (from Sierra Leone)
Etoile de Dakar & Etoile 2000 (both Senegalese groups featuring a young Youssou N'Dour)
Johnny Clegg (a South African guy who was banned during apartheid)
Buena Vista Social Club
Los Van Van
Springsteen (lots of Springsteen)
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Neil Young (lots of Neil and "Living With War" is a great disc)
The Texas Tornadoes
Blind Boys of Alabama
...and the list goes on.
|Daniel Berman, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Seattle | WA | US | Posted: 11:07 AM on 10.02.06
|->> * Belle and Sebastian
* Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
* The Fall of Troy
* The Gossip
* Kanye West
* Of Montreal
* The Raconteurs
* Rocky VotolatO
* Yeah Yeah Yeahs
|Melanie Maxwell, Photographer
|Dave Pawlak, Photographer
||Soquel | Ca | USA | Posted: 6:18 PM on 10.03.06
5 For Fighting
Jimmy Eat World
Los Lonely Boys
|Ron Alvey, Photographer
||Lebanon | OH | USA | Posted: 9:37 PM on 10.03.06
|->> I've seen Ipods but never listened to one. I wouldn't know how to download, or upload for that matter, a song. Wouldn't know from where to download a song. Are they free or do you have to pay for them?
I can remember a time or two, when I was a teenager, a group of young kids were discussing a musical group and an adult person would chime in saying they've never heard of that group. I'd think, "man what a clueless and out of touch person". I've become one of those folks.
I work my 1 to 9p.m. shift, come home, play with our 3 yr old son for a few hours then go to bed.Don't watch t.v. or the news.
Ohh well....maybe I'll ask for an Ipod for Christmas.....I'll have to ask my teenage girls to download my songs.
|Peter Gaby, Photographer
||Madison | WI | US | Posted: 10:41 PM on 10.03.06
|->> Jack: Johnny Clegg - gosh I picked up a Cd of his
The Best of Juluka/Savuka featuring Johnny Clegg while I was in South Africa 5 years ago.
I had almost forgotten about his music on my iTunes.
I just recently added another great selection of African music onto my computer.
Soweto String Quartet.
|Patrick Smith, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Forest Hill | MD | USA | Posted: 10:57 PM on 10.03.06
|->> I have been jamming out to U2 recently; it's perfect for driving music when on the way to cover a game, espicially when the weather is nice and sunny, and a perfect 75 degrees. :)
|Matthew Apgar, Photographer
||Bridgewater | NJ | USA | Posted: 10:04 AM on 10.04.06
|->> most of my music is "driving music", stuff I listen to to get me pumped and gets the adrenaline flowing. For that reason, some of my favorite songs I listen to in the car are:
"I'm content with losing" and "Down, Set, Go"--UnderOath
"The Art of American Football", "Juneau", "Red is the new black", "Escape Artists Never Die", "Streetcar"--Funeral For a Friend...oh heck, everything else by Funeral For a Friend...
"My Darkest Hour"--Scary Kids Scaring Kids
...anything by Senses Fail...
...anything by Alkaline Trio...
"Boys of Summer"--Codeseven
"Set it to blow"--Vaux
"God called in sick today"--AFI
"I want to hear you sad" and "Baby blue"--The Early November
"(Compassion)As skull fragments hit the wall", "The fine art of falling" and "The abominations of those virtuous"--Boysetsfire
"Great Romances of the 20th century", "Cute without the E (Cut from the team)", "Makedamnsure"--Taking Back Sunday
...everything by Finch, before Say Hello to Sunshine...
"Jude Law and a semister abroad", "seventy times 7", "Failure by design"--Brand New
"Maybe Memories", "The Taste of ink", "Bulemic", and "Buried Myself Alive"--The Used
"Anthem of our dying day", "Until the day I die"--Story of the Year
"Understanding in a car crash", "Autobiography of a nation", "Cross out the eyes", "Paris in flames"--Thursday
"Hand grenade"-- the movielife
"Sell my old clothes, I'm off to heaven"--saves the day
and of course there are a lot more but these are some of my favorites that really get my blood flowin'.
|Jason DeMott, Photographer
||Gainesville | VA | USA | Posted: 10:23 AM on 10.04.06
|->> Lots and lots of Dave Matthews Band.
|Brent Drinkut, Photographer
||Frankfort | IN | USA | Posted: 10:33 AM on 10.04.06
|->> My list includes....
The first two (LaMontagne & Lee) are always playing though.
|Jeremy Drey, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Reading | PA | USA | Posted: 10:46 AM on 10.04.06
|->> I'm not posting my 2000+ songs or 800+ artists, but what I've been into recently, and mind you only a very eclectic sampling is,
12 Volt Sex
Adam Evil & The Outside Royalty
Death Cab for Cutie
BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE
|Ben Winters, Photographer
||Cookeville | TN | USA | Posted: 10:39 PM on 10.04.06
My Morning Jacket
Built to Spill
At the Drive-In
|David Manning, Photographer
||Orlando | FL | | Posted: 10:56 PM on 10.04.06
|->> Dropkick Murphys
|Al Santos, Photographer
||Silver Spring | MD | USA | Posted: 9:58 AM on 10.05.06
|->> Lately, I have been listening to South by Southwest showcasing artist. Good stuff!
|Neemah Aaron, Photographer
||Fayetteville | AR | USA | Posted: 10:55 AM on 10.05.06
|Ron Holman, Photographer
||Visalia | CA | USA | Posted: 11:15 AM on 10.05.06
|->> Wow. This is a great list to explore and I agree with many that are listed.
I would add KT Tunstall. She rocks.
|Doug Holleman, Photographer
||Temple | TX | USA | Posted: 5:14 PM on 10.05.06
|->> Jonathan C is the winner so far for listing Porcupine Tree. "In Absentia" is brilliant. Almost as much so as "Lightbulb Sun."
Not a lot of new stuff that grabs me these days, except for American Minor and their self-titled debut album. Awesome rootsy rock stuff.
American Minor - S/T
Nickel Creek - Why Should The Fire Die (absolutely brilliant - a must buy for anyone who's not tone deaf)
Pain Of Salvation - The Perfect Element, I
Pain Of Salvation - Remedy Lane
Transatlantic - Bridge Across Forever
King's X - Ogre Tones
Ty Tabor - Rock Garden
Dream Theater - Octavarium
Enchant - Juggling 9 or Dropping 10
Constantly in rotation:
Trapeze - Medusa
Trapeze - You Are The Music...We're Just the Band
King's X - Faith, Hope, Love
Arc Angels - S/T
Brother Cane - Seeds
Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies - S/T
Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun
Storyville - A Piece Of Your Soul
Dream Theater - Images And Words
|Kenneth Jacobson, Photographer, Assistant
||New York | NY | USA | Posted: 8:28 PM on 10.05.06
|->> Van Halen. Lots and lots of Van Halen.
|Jody Gomez, Photographer
||Murrieta | CA | USA | Posted: 12:04 AM on 10.06.06
|->> If I had an Ipod (which I did for about a week before my kids took it) I would have the following (which I currently have in CD's):
Jars Of Clay
Guns N Roses
Pretty much any southern rock (Especially "Mustang Sally" - I have a thing for honky tonk-type bars and tequila)
|Alan Stewart, Photographer
||Corydon | IN | USA | Posted: 8:14 AM on 10.06.06
|->> Without going through all of the songs, the artists rolling through my nano at the moment are:
Angels And Airways
The Beach Boys
Bon Jovi & Jennifer Nettles
Brooks And Dunn
Guns N' Roses
Hank Williams Jr.
Jim Nabors -- Don't laugh...it's a recording of Back Home Again in Indiana from the Indy 500
The Wreckers -- which is getting the most play at the moment
|Andrew McNeill, Photographer
||Platteville | WI | USA | Posted: 8:36 AM on 10.06.06
|->> Artist that get heavy rotation off of my playlist:
Primus - LES IS GOD!
System of a Down
Rage Against the Machine
Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
J. Davis Trio - Awesome live band
and last but not least........Hulk Hogan and the Wrestling Boot Band...........
Seriously, it is so bad its awesome. He raps, he rocks, he even rap/rocks. And if that wasn't enough, there is a ballad called "Hulkster in Heaven"
|Richard Denham, Photographer
||Niagara/Toronto/Buffalo | On | Canada | Posted: 9:28 AM on 10.06.06
Death Cab for Cutie
30 Seconds To Mars
Three Days Grace
City & Colour
The Tragically Hip
My Chemical Romance
Finger Eleven/Rainbow But Monkeys
Our Lady Peace
The Marble Index
The Mars Volta
...and a hell of a lot more club mix/techno dance sh!t
|Dianna Russell, Photographer
||Springfield | MO | USA | Posted: 10:10 AM on 10.06.06
|->> Ah, my second passion . . . music. Besides my all-time favorite – Joe Satriani, new additions on the iPod: Bob Seger – Face the Promise, Bully Currington – Doin’Somthin’ Right, Trace Adkins – Dangerous Man, Kenny Rogers – Water and Bridges and Lionel Ritchie – Coming Home. I also just loaded some old Craig Chacquico favorite CDs that I haven’t heard in awhile: Acoustic Planet, Four Corners, Once in a Blue Universe and A Thousand Pictures. I just finished a couple of books loaded from library CDs, “Moneyball” Michael Lewis and “For the Love of the Game” Michael Shaara. And, for something a little different: streamlink downloads from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. ;o)
|Robert Smith, Photographer
||Brandon | MS | USA | Posted: 10:51 AM on 10.06.06
|->> Robin Zander
Jump Little Children
Dave Matthews Band
All American Rejects
|G.J. McCarthy, Photographer
||Columbia | MO | USA | Posted: 11:02 AM on 10.06.06
|->> All this and no one's mentioned Babs yet? What kind of mishigas is that!?
|Kevin P. Tucker, Photographer, Photo Editor
||Rockland | DE | USA | Posted: 11:22 AM on 10.06.06
|->> How about...
Squirrel Nut Zippers... Mike Ness... Social Distortion... Matisyahu... Say Anything... Morrissey... Jack's Mannequin... Blue October... Keane... Death Cab for Cutie... and Johnny Cash (God's Gonna Cut You Down)...
|David Jones, Photographer
||Smithfield | VA | USA | Posted: 11:35 AM on 10.06.06
|->> Current Top 5 on my Ipod:
5. The Beta Band - Dry the rain
4. The Robert Cray Band - Right next door (Because of Me)
3. Iron Maiden - Passchendaele
2. Rolling Stones - Sister Morphine
1. Springsteen - Thunder Road
Sorry, no Streisand but I do have some Sintra on there.
|Kristina Barker, Student/Intern, Photographer
||Youngstown | Oh | USA | Posted: 2:34 PM on 10.06.06
|->> i'm with mark davis on a lot of his recommendations.
i've been listening to a lot of ryan adams, elliott smith, johnny cash, built to spill, beck and willy mason.
and now that i've moved to ohio, damien jurado's "ohio" is my official fall internship theme song. also a good listen.
|Dave Amorde, Photographer
||Lake Forest | CA | USA | Posted: 3:24 PM on 10.06.06
|->> Current top album playlist:
Los Lonely Boys: Sacred
Cheyenne Kimball: The Day Has Come
Eric Clapton: From The Cradle
Storyville: Bluest Eyes
Kelly Doze: Define Me
Malford Milligan: The Malford Milligan Band Rides Again
Charlie Sexton Sextet: Under The Wishing Tree
Keb' Mo': Suitcase
Charlie Sexton: Cruel And Gentle Things
Hot Monkey Love: Primate Blues
|Landon Finch, Photographer
||Colorado Springs | CO | USA | Posted: 4:50 PM on 10.06.06
|->> Not one off-topic mark on this entire thread that has nothing to do with photography (unless you look at it like this: photograhers listen to music)????
I don't have an Ipod (or cable tv, yes you can live without cable tv and I'm probably one of the few people that has high speed cable internet access but not cable tv), but here's what I listen to in the car and when editing pixels:
U2 (all their music up through Achtung Baby)
Toad the Wet Sprocket
I haven't bought (or illegally downloaded) music in years (excpet for a few gifts here and there) so my selection is relegated to my college years.
BTW, some of you may be interested in www.burnlounge.com, its supposed to be "the next big thing"--I heard they just signed Shaq to be a spokesman. Here you can see what what Danica Patrick is doing with BurnLounge
At least I made my post somewhat sports-related.
|Mark Smith, Photographer
||Elk City | OK | USA | Posted: 4:58 PM on 10.06.06
|->> Silly me, Gerry, I mentioned Air Supply for a great defensive stand, but nothing quite says smashmouth, run-up-the-gut football like the soundtrack from Funny Girl.
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