Marvin Gaye - Got To Give It Up (Apr 23, 2009 - 04:58) fredriley wrote:
One thing I always wondered about this track, which I've always liked for its sheer boppiness: are the partygoers in the background 'extras' in the studio making party noises, or is it actually a recording of a party?
party on, Garth love this beat...off 2 work i go
Lucinda Williams - Hot Blood (Apr 21, 2009 - 19:36) she's like bob dylan or god forbid Niel young, you either hate her or love her, I'm in the middle, some I love, some I could do without guess it depends on your personal mood oh yeah, and tom petty
Antje Duvekot - Scream (Apr 11, 2009 - 20:18) she's quite entertaining live likes to tell stories to explain her songs and self
Counting Crows - Omaha (Mar 20, 2009 - 20:07) speakerman wrote: You may be similarly surprised that a very large number of us can't stand Dave Matthews Band either. can't stand DMB, bob seeger or the "boss" or U2, neil young, tom petty, do like cownting crows and david gray and old cold play, go figure
Neil Young - Like a Hurricane (Mar 16, 2009 - 20:08) Gryn wrote: Sounds like brilliance.. Drunk. god awefull sounds like shit the guitar and the vocals if this is the "very Best",,,,,,,,,,,,whoa/////// dude
Jeff Beck - Cause We've Ended As Lovers (Mar 16, 2009 - 19:52) stkman wrote:
There he goes flying his guitar again and this song just soars I allways loved his playing cuz ya just didn't know what he was gonna pull outta a guitar next
so much better than santana as per other comment nagshead... actually been there, during "floyd hurricane no less, cool place
Yello - Lost Again (Feb 26, 2009 - 17:11) jadewahoo wrote:
While not at all one of the better Yello pieces (for that, check out
Yello: One Second
Moon on Ice
The Rhythm Divine
, the latter with Shirley Bassey singing), still, it is good to hear Yello on RP.
Here is The Rhythm Divine:
Bond, James Bond
Santana Brothers - Luz Amor Y Vida (Feb 23, 2009 - 19:26) he def has his own style but I tired of it back in high school, same shit diff. song boooooring oh, like this next song......sounds just like the other reggae song.........zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Lucinda Williams - Can't Let Go (Feb 14, 2009 - 18:32) though she has some looser songs, I still find something to relate to, lovin' lucinda she's hard core with a soft porn accent have you heard "essence"? or "blue"
David Gray - Nightblindness (Feb 08, 2009 - 05:19) fluffybum wrote:
david gray sucks. his music is so depressing. makes me want to hang myself or at least have a good long cry. sheez.
what are you waiting for ...? go ahead
Blur - Good Song (Feb 07, 2009 - 05:34) anybody know the name of the album cover artist, I know he's a well known "street" artist
B-52's - Planet Claire (Jan 09, 2009 - 18:54) so "cultish' ..making up my own words but how else do you describe the B 52's? love them rock lobster!!!!
Michael Hedges - Eleven Small Roaches (Jan 09, 2009 - 04:46) rls wrote:
I saw MH several times in Palo Alto before he "broke" (and shared a queue with him at a 7-11) — still the most intense live guitar performance I've ever witnessed. Aerial Boundaries and his debut are both outstanding. Wish he was still around...
just recently was made aware of this guitman, I'm curious, what happened to him, I'm guessing because of his hair, or lack thereof, that he may have had cancer of sime kind..? anyone know? I actually bought this album as a christmas gift this year
XTC - Greenman (Jan 04, 2009 - 10:07) kellis wrote:
Can't decide whether or not I like this song. The music's interesting but the lyrics are somewhere between annoying and catchy. Annoyingly catchy perhaps?
we have an accord
Jesse Cook - Cri (Jan 04, 2009 - 09:30) despite what musicians...male or female..look like...one should rate their ability and jesse does have that going for him
Animals - House of the Rising Sun (Jan 03, 2009 - 06:19) rtrudeau wrote:
Isn't it odd that hearing a great song for the 10,000th time makes some people nostalgic, and irritates others? I fall into the first camp. I could hear this song 10,000 more times and still love it.
my all time favorite, don't know why
Yoav - Club Thing (Jan 01, 2009 - 06:47) phineas wrote:
the way he uses the "loop thing" is cool I saw the video of him on you tube
Morcheeba - World Looking In (Jan 01, 2009 - 04:53) like it, been on my fav. playlist since first hearing it on RP, still curious as to what the name refers to.......
Niyaz - Nahan (The Hidden) (Dec 28, 2008 - 05:34) trying 2 B open minded but this singing style..?.. is hard for me to take maybe if I knew what the song was about...
OSI - Once (Dec 21, 2008 - 03:49) a_genuine_find wrote: Deutsche Telekom Engineer? do you work 4 SOS magazine? ...or perhaps CERN..??????
Benise - Carnaval (Dec 20, 2008 - 20:39) Monkeysdad wrote:
2 > 2
He's too good technically to be a 1/sicko barfo.....but this stuff is as cookie-cutter predictable as it gets. I'd like 2 C any of you critics play this clean and clear, it's not that easy
Doyle Dykes - Jazz in the Box (Dec 20, 2008 - 18:40) OMG at first listen I thought this was tommy emmanuel, please play some of his stuff this is good 2 check out doyle on you tube as well as tommy ...awesome stuff
Neil Young - Cowgirl In The Sand (Dec 20, 2008 - 17:13) coloradojohn wrote:
NOBODY ELSE can get so much mileage out of single bent, twisted, used and abused note or chord as Neil and CH...and this song STILL takes me back to when I first heard it and every other time after...and all sorts of heartaches connected to the lyrics, too...
Purple words on a gray background, indeed. LOVE THOSE SCREAMING GUITARS! Thanks, RP! hate the aweful guitars!!!!
U2 - Surrender (Dec 20, 2008 - 17:02) redeyespy wrote:
U2 - Surrender (Dec 20, 2008 - 17:01) aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaggggghhhhhhh make it stop!!!
Verve Pipe - Colorful (Dec 20, 2008 - 16:40) hey bill, if you're reading not relevant to this song but I'm in the kitchen making xmas cookies and would love to hear some grinch songs either the classic or updated jim carey
Rubyhorse - Long Time Coming (Dec 20, 2008 - 16:01) I truely want to like this more but it seems there's a trend for a lot of bands to have way too much going on in the background so the vocals are struggling to be understood, too many layers, just cause they can, anyone agree?
Rolling Stones - Street Fighting Man (Dec 20, 2008 - 15:46) toterola wrote:
I was just thinking the same thing! Viva la revolucion!
sign me up, can't get enough stones guess that kinda dates me, oh well
Beck - Scarecrow (Dec 20, 2008 - 15:44) i4niblind wrote:
crazy, i was just listening to this in the car, and i come inside and look what's playing.. nice.
not really a beck fan, except jeff beck...my fav, but somehow this caught my attention
Coldplay - Violet Hill (Dec 19, 2008 - 14:36) gandalfbmg wrote:
Joe Satri-something beat them to it...
did Satriani and coldplay settle this dispute yet?
Greg Brown - China (Dec 19, 2008 - 09:42) PFM wrote:
Can you sing far far away?
apparently not far enough
Bird York - In The Deep (Dec 19, 2008 - 08:57) nagsheadlocal wrote:
Her CD "Wicked Little High" stayed on my car's player for some time. She has a wonderful voice and style.
love that one......desire is so wicked...in a good way
Coldplay - Green Eyes (Dec 12, 2008 - 14:46) ajlept wrote: Many confused concert goers will bring cheese. fromundah!
The Cure - Close To Me (Dec 10, 2008 - 20:32) Welly wrote:
The first record I ever owned and played to death was probably by Donny Osmond.... in grade 5.
can't remember the first "record" I owned but the one I remember my older brother playing was "G L O R I A"...Gloria oh so many years ago...am I dating myself? later on there was Iron Maiden..."Ina goda davida or whatevah...In a Garden of eden... whoa....flashback!!
Halloween Alaska - Call it Clear (Dec 08, 2008 - 16:52) leathepea wrote:
What language is this, it sounds like a garbled mess.
take the wax out of your ears! what's not "clear'?
Sea Ray - Revelry (Dec 07, 2008 - 15:25) must have been away longer than I thought...never heard this B4 likin' it
Snow Patrol - Run (Dec 07, 2008 - 13:54) not music oriented comment but does anybody know the name of the artist...maybe they call it tagging when it's done on public buildings, unsolisited, with spray paint? maybe he did the cover...? he's "painted" some awesome stuff
Grand National - Drink to Moving On (Dec 07, 2008 - 12:48) Kristi wrote:
Great set! Even though it's too early to start drinkin'...(oh, yeah, I'm at work too *sigh*) 7:07 am - Grand National - Drink to Moving On
7:04 am - The Housemartins - Happy Hour 7:01 am - The Proclaimers - I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) 6:58 am - The Pogues - I'm a Man You Don't Meet Every Day look familiar hey it's always happy hour somewhere.....
Lucinda Williams - Little Rock Star (Dec 07, 2008 - 12:43) holborne wrote:
Wow, I usually LURVE Lucinda, but I really don't care for this very much.
she's hit or miss with topics, like most but not all.... but that's just me like still Long 4 your kiss, blue , steel your love, essence
Lizz Wright - Hit The Ground (Dec 06, 2008 - 20:37) slow tempo songs usually bore me or put me to sleep but this one is growing on me good thing it doesn't go on too long
Pearl Jam - Wishlist (Dec 06, 2008 - 20:28) smehan55 wrote: Yeah, me too. Although I wish Mike would lose that tinny-sounding Stratocaster and get a guitar with a good solid tone, like a Les Paul. But that's just the picky guitarist in me talking. with all the gadgets out there now, there's any number of guitars you can emulate without getting a new guitar
Old 97's - Jagged (Dec 06, 2008 - 20:21) Marley wrote:
It does sound like Neil on guitar. Maybe that's why I like this song so much. Reminds me of when I worked at an Indie record store here in Portland and these guys did an in-store when touring for this album. Nice guys.
I repeat myself oh, portland, is that real fog or pot smoke...?
Old 97's - Jagged (Dec 06, 2008 - 20:10) wait....is that neil young on guitar? oh geez nooooooooooooooo
Tinariwen - Cler Achel (Dec 05, 2008 - 04:05) Papernapkin wrote: Yeah! More of this and less Talking Heads and worn out oldies music, i.e. Dire Straits, Natalie Merchant, Grateful Dead, Moody Blues, and especially Jethro Tull. ditto for U 2, REM, Neil Young and Tom Petty/Mudcrutch, DMB and that dude from new jersey
Modest Mouse - Missed the Boat (Nov 26, 2008 - 08:12) MediaGrrl wrote:
I find myself in the minority amongst my friends, who all really, really like this band. They've never appealed to me — is it because I've never seen them live maybe?
This song is probably one of the few of their's that I kind of like, maybe I should give Modest Mouse another try? another "funny " song you might listen 2 Float On
Modest Mouse - Missed the Boat (Nov 26, 2008 - 07:45) funny song, not sure I understand it all but I have it on my i-pod and on a cd in my car ...listen 2 it almost every day, not sick of it yet
Jeff Beck - Cause We've Ended As Lovers (Nov 26, 2008 - 04:43) hedgie wrote: Amen to that. and another amen, one of my all time favorite guitar players, thanks RP, I needed that...please sir some more?
Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (Nov 26, 2008 - 04:37) if we all didn't know her lifestyle, would that change our opinion of her music? what about elvis presley and ozzie ozborne and johnny cash?
Sarah Harmer - Almost (Nov 25, 2008 - 15:21) there must be other songs on this album besides the three on the list this is ok, but........
Coldplay - Lovers In Japan/Reign Of Love (Nov 23, 2008 - 19:16) flyboy wrote: I actually looked at this song because I thought Bono was singing, and I was going to comment that I've been wondering lately what I ever saw in U2 back in the day. bono who? me 2 lol I wondered what anybody saw in him/them lately I'm thinking the same of...cold play though my fav is still Fix you and stangely enough off key yellow
Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Coma Girl (Nov 22, 2008 - 20:09) pugifat wrote:
dah, dah, dah... i wanna be sedated.
ya me too, but not to coma status def clash sounding, used to like some of their stuff, bit too repetative
Ben Harper - Faded (Nov 22, 2008 - 19:55) wish he'd lay off the fuzz tone, so dated sounds so "garage band" wait is this still the same song...? oh damn, guess it is pooh
Janis Ian - God & the FBI (Nov 22, 2008 - 19:48) Geecheeboy wrote:
More like, God and the IRS. MUCH more sinister. You can hide from the FBI but not the IRS.
you can run but you got no place to hide anymore..............big brother is ...watching, and waiting...4 U
Beck - Go It Alone (Nov 22, 2008 - 19:46) blah scientology...? 4 real? nnnnnnnnoooooooohhhhhhhh! not that
Tom Petty - A Face In The Crowd (Nov 08, 2008 - 04:45) superfido wrote:
An occasional Petty song is ok, but taken as a whole, the guy is so totally monotonous he should het a special monotonous ribbon-
one that wraps around his neck and ...slowly....tightens...............
Santana - Migra (Oct 27, 2008 - 17:02) michaelgmitchell wrote:
Okay, so he plays guitar. I get it.
Pass. I'm Santana'd out. yeah, somebody press the wayback machine button? sooooo old school don't think he's played a new lick since.....???? you tell me he's livin off new blood, tryin' to hang on.........
Radiohead - House Of Cards (Sep 17, 2008 - 04:27) sharkey wrote: I believe you. It's causing me great torment & anguish..... I find it soothing
Rob Costlow - Woods of Chaos (Sep 08, 2008 - 19:01) god, should have listened to my mom when she said you'll be sorry you quit piano just to be able to play something soothing, oh well, I know there are plenty of players that are better...............I'm in need of soothing..... I had the same shirt in veloor velour?
Madness - Our House (Sep 08, 2008 - 18:45) HugoMorris wrote:
still rubbish... respecting this opinion or not.
it's kinda fun though, gotta groove....
Tori Amos - Crucify (Sep 03, 2008 - 14:58) rtrudeau wrote:
I wish that she wouldn't take herself so seriously.
Tori Amos - Crucify (Sep 03, 2008 - 14:56) don't know why......I dislike her so much......anyone???? like "mudcrunch........"
Pearl Jam - Alive (Aug 12, 2008 - 13:54) Atlantis wrote:
Quite possibly one of the greatest solos ever?
you're kidding, right? have you ever heard anything by steve vai or joe satriani or any o the other guitar greats? pleeeeeaaaase! this guy sucks!!!
Eels - Trouble With Dreams (Aug 10, 2008 - 19:20) personally, this hits the spot..........I'm trying to go to sleep and I'm thinking of someone I should'nt be.....ooohh
Nick Drake - Fly (Jun 17, 2008 - 13:14) Shesdifferent wrote:
After talking to my mother on the phone, I need a bit of peace and quiet! Thanks Bill!
sometimes my mother has that effect on me, too.
Joan Osborne - Safety In Numbers (Jun 10, 2008 - 08:39) E_A_D_G wrote:
Really awful. Likely the worst bit of album filler ever commited to ones and zeros. The irony is that Joan is really tallented and has vastly better material to choose from. Bill, make this go away.
Zero 7 - Give It Away (Apr 26, 2008 - 03:59) Wizzuvv_oz
(middle of the road in the groin of America)
Posted: Jun 01, 2007 - 06:37 < Reply >
Very nice set. I'm not sure about the bg free association process that strung them together, but I suppose it is not for us to question why.
6:30 am - Zero 7 - Give It Away
6:27 am - Jem - Come On Closer
6:23 am - Belly - Gepetto
6:20 am - James McMurtry - Good Life
6:17 am - Pork Tornado - Guabi Guabi
???????may 26 08
3:53 am - Zero 7 - Give It Away
3:49 am - Jem - Come On Closer
3:45 am - Rilo Kiley - Silver Lining
3:42 am - Belly - Gepetto
3:39 am - James McMurtry - Good Life
3:36 am - Pork Tornado - Guabi Guabi
Poe - Walk The Walk (Apr 24, 2008 - 16:59) soooclose 2 spice g's
still, a catchy tune
except the "make love 2 my baby"
Young-Holt Unlimited - Soulful Strut (Apr 21, 2008 - 17:51) can't get enough of this groove, listen 2 it everyday on my i-pod....is that weird?
yes virginia, there is a time machine
Elvis Costello - Pump It Up (Apr 21, 2008 - 17:12) maxturner wrote:
This guy gives me the shits no end. What an awful voice! He make every song and genre he tackles seem ugly and unaccessible. Yuk!s
sorta like my reaction to neil young
Pressure Drop - Dusk (Mar 07, 2008 - 20:53) hey bill...speaking of "Elusive...."Light.....steve vai...new...check it out
Joe Satriani - Brother John (Mar 04, 2008 - 17:30) allreet zeet, finally some satch lets try some newer stuff too and while you're at it add some steve vai pleeeeeaaase
Neil Young - Throw Your Hatred Down (Feb 28, 2008 - 03:51) mrmagoo wrote:
Neil has been doing this longer than probably most of the people commenting have been alive.
I know I'm an old hippie, but you have to back to the beginning and look at what has happened to music. He has done his way, like it or not. Give the man a little respect and maybe awe...let's see what you're doing in thirty years or so.
And it is a wicked guitar. Peace. that's aweful guitar
Muse - Map of the Problematique (Feb 23, 2008 - 15:24) EssexTex wrote:
Every band..singer etc is influenced by someone,,,simply saying they ripped off this person or that is just plain stupid.
Muse don't sound like U2 or New Order, they might love their music but their sound is their own. meh
Habib Koité & Bamada - Takamba (Feb 12, 2008 - 09:43) The_Enemy wrote:
First time I've heard this song or this artist.
Nice. check out AfroPop Worldwide
www.afropop.org "your guide to African and world music via public radio and the web"
Sly and the Family Stone - Dance To The Music (Feb 12, 2008 - 05:08)
was backstage watching....too many years ago to recall..thay were all F*"*ked up but it was so cool to be behind the scenes dig this good way to start the day
Neil Young - Goin' Back (Feb 10, 2008 - 14:07) long live RP
but can't stand neil's voice
thank god for thr mute button
and power tools
Phish - Sample in a Jar (Feb 09, 2008 - 14:44) dionysius wrote:
Yup. Smells like a sample in a jar, all right.
Blind Faith - Can't Find My Way Home (Feb 02, 2008 - 21:34) don't know why, can't help liking this
seems it's stood the test of time
yes I'm over 50.."something'
do you youngon'slike it anyway?
U2 - Bullet the Blue Sky (Jan 30, 2008 - 20:29) Ahnyer_Keester wrote:
Gotta be the coolest U2 song of all.
U gotta B kidding...?
A Fine Frenzy - You Picked Me (Nov 20, 2007 - 18:27) picked up a promotional cd/dvd from barnes and nobles
cool music videos not overdone simple
i think I'm starting to like them...her..
Spoon - Eddie's Ragga (Nov 19, 2007 - 20:07) RockinBlueVoodoo wrote:really miss that show!!!!!!!!! wish they'd bring it back
I'll have 2 check out other spoon stuff
Kirsty MacColl - In These Shoes? (Nov 18, 2007 - 19:35) CarpePotus wrote:
sad, but true
check out her bio at the AMG link thanks, just found out about boating accident, a sad loss,
Cat Power - Could We (Nov 17, 2007 - 22:03) bergjr wrote:
Valuim would have helped that bash. She seems to be the lost child of the Velvet Underground.
true that crazy cat
Snow Patrol - Run (Nov 17, 2007 - 21:52) is the cover for this album done by that wacky tag artist we've seen all over...the world?
can't remember his name now, it's way late ..somebody help me out here...
Imogen Heap - Glittering Cloud (Nov 17, 2007 - 21:35) TheFriendlyCat wrote:
This might be my favorite one of her songs
ever hear "say goodnight and go"
love that one