|Rusted Root - Ecstasy|
(Jun 07, 2013 - 06:04)
|I saw these guys at warp tour when they were a little side stage show. The Allman Brothers were headlining and Dickie Betts got on stage with them.|
|Rusted Root - Ecstasy|
(Jun 07, 2013 - 06:02)
| Lazarus wrote:|
Frantic melody; frantic guitar playing; we be dancing like bowlegged gypsy muleskinners... love it...
|Sarah Blasko - God-Fearing|
(Jun 07, 2013 - 06:00)
|This happened before when it was called Edie Brickelle (SP?) and the New Bohemians.|
|Fever Ray - Keep The Streets Empty For Me|
(Jun 07, 2013 - 05:25)
| pvg44 wrote:|
Who is this "we," kemosabe? Speak for yourself.
I agree. RP is one guy and his wife sharing the music they love with the world. Of course they have favorites. So do I. If I were spinning the discs you'd hear Kings of Leon everyday. If you don't like it hit the PSD button and appreciate this awesome station! Thank for sharing Bill!
|Sivert Høyem - Blown Away|
(Jun 07, 2013 - 05:21)
|I wish this song would get blown away. I assume people play something like this to inspire their suicides.|
|Bon Iver - Minnesota, WI|
(Jun 06, 2013 - 08:50)
|I am usually a fan of "different" and while this is different, I'm not a fan.|
|DeVotchKa - Till the End of Time|
(May 31, 2013 - 06:21)
| spaced_7 wrote:|
This is fantastic. Sticks in my head like musical glue.
"musical glue" love it. I'm gonna use that one.
|Pearl Jam - Black (Live)|
(May 30, 2013 - 07:59)
|If Eddie Vedder farts into the microphone that would be a 9. Everything else is a 10!|
|Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run|
(May 22, 2013 - 11:16)
|Springsteen always sounds like he trying to force his emotions. It comes off as a rock n' roll act to me. I never bought it or liked it.|
|A Fine Frenzy - Redribbon Foxes|
(Apr 29, 2013 - 07:21)
|“The poet's eye, in a fine frenzy rolling, doth glance from heaven to Earth, from Earth to heaven; and as imagination bodies forth the forms of things unknown, the poet's pen turns them to shape, and gives to airy nothing a local habitation and a name; such tricks hath strong imagination.”|
|Coldplay - Clocks|
(Aug 23, 2012 - 10:21)
As far as universal appeal and a timeless theme, this is one of the best songs written in the past 30 years. IMHO.
|James - Laid|
(Aug 22, 2012 - 08:32)
This band is seriously under-rated in America. Huge in England. I wish I could have experienced their music before they broke up.
|Nirvana - The Man Who Sold The World|
(Aug 22, 2012 - 05:55)
|I always liked this version better than Bowie's. Cobain really puts himself into it. I think he really connected to the song on a personal level.|
|Genesis - Mad Man Moon|
(Jun 11, 2012 - 12:35)
|I've never been a Collins fan...and I'm from the 80's! This is no different.|
|Arcade Fire - Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)|
(Jun 07, 2012 - 04:39)
| DaveInVA wrote:|
The cutesy singing just doesn't fit the message of the song, sorta like if "Hello Kitty" was singing "Eve of Destruction"
I think it's a perfect contrast. We live in a materialistic "dumbed-downed" society where very few of the young people are willing to do anything about the condition of the world politically or environmentally. They are aware of what is happening, they just accept it and keep on shopping.
|Coldplay - Charlie Brown|
(May 10, 2012 - 11:40)
|I'm a fan. I say give them a chance. They have a long career ahead. The Beatles early stuff all sounded the same. Coldplay has a distinctive sound, I don't see the problem.|
|Vampire Weekend - A-Punk|
(May 01, 2012 - 12:06)
"She took the ring from his lilly white hand. She showed no fear. She'd seen the thing before at Sloan-Kettering." Lyrics like that deserve a little attention...just sayin
|Beck - Loser|
(Apr 30, 2012 - 07:51)
|The random absurdity of life. Nothing like this before and nothing like it since.|
|Violent Femmes - Color Me Once|
(Apr 25, 2012 - 07:59)
| Bleyfusz wrote:|
Don't get the greatness of the movie, though.
I saw The Crow when it was in the theatres. What impacted me the most was the bad guys. It was the first movie I saw where the bad guys weren't just bad they were evil in a rather postmodern way. As "The Crow" hunted them down, one by one, he utiized their own individual evil devices againt them to extract justice. Combine that with a head—banging soundtrack and you have an instant cult classic. Of course there is much much more to the movie than warrents discussion at this point.
|Jack White - On And On And On|
(Apr 23, 2012 - 12:51)
I've heard a couple of tracks from this album. It sounds really promising. I can't believe his range.
|Coldplay - Us Against the World|
(Apr 17, 2012 - 11:50)
|I really don't understand the Coldplay haters. They appeal to such a large cross-section of socieity that their music is unifying. How is that a bad thing? |
|Eels - Last Stop|
(Mar 30, 2012 - 12:04)
I'm liking them more and more, maybe a purchase in the near future...
|Til Tuesday - Voices Carry|
(Mar 27, 2012 - 07:59)
|You should have kept it and given people something to talk about! |
Love this song!
I remember I was in a cover band once and we had a list of tunes we planned on learning to add to our repertoire. I was the lead singer and we just systematically used to just check off the songs we've learned. We had so many one week that I just learned all the lyrics and bass part. We played this song for the first time in rehearsal...and all of a sudden we were at the middle-8 part...where she belts out "He wants me...but only part of the time". After all I was on auto pilot when doing this song....after singing that part...I busted up laughing and couldn't get thru the rest of it seriously. Not changing the gender in the song....since I was so used to just learning the lyrics and just running with it. Everytime we played that song in performance I had to muster up as much as I could to just sing the part and replace the word 'he' with 'she' without laughing. I managed...but I always think of that whenever I hear this song.
|Sinéad O'Connor - 4th and Vine|
(Mar 12, 2012 - 12:37)
|Great tune, love it. |
She tore up a picture of the Pope after he decreed that women should continue to have unprotected sex with their husbands even if their husband has been diagnosed with the the HIV virus.
I agree with her and I have always liked her music.
|Pink Floyd - Fearless|
(Mar 07, 2012 - 11:39)
One of my favorites. If this was Floyds only noteable song. I would still be a fan.
|Air - La Femme D'Argent|
(Mar 06, 2012 - 12:20)
This is awesome. I'm in emotional turmoil. I don't know if I should get it on or put it out!
|Suzanne Vega - Cassidy|
(Mar 06, 2012 - 11:24)
|I really like this version. I bought Deadicated after hearing it.|
|Maya Isacowitz - Is It Alright|
(Feb 17, 2012 - 08:43)
|She's pretty good (6) but this genre of music is so flooded that singers really need to have something special that sets them apart from the rest. I just don't hear it.|
|Cloud Cult - When Water Comes to Life|
(Feb 13, 2012 - 08:50)
|This song has really grown on me. Of course, if you've never had to stare down that hooded figure bearing a scythe, you won't get it. |
|Arcade Fire - Half Light II (No Celebration)|
(Jan 11, 2012 - 12:18)
|This is one of my favorite albums of all time! It is a concept album and to get the full effect you have to listen to the whole thing. I can't get enough of it. It's brilliant! They encompass the entire spectrum of what makes up rock and roll in one album and the changes are amazing.|
|Coldplay - Daylight|
(Jan 11, 2012 - 08:00)
|Love them or hate them, they are one of the few bands, around today, that can fill a stadium. They have a universal appeal that draws in all ages and types of people. Their music unifies. That is a major accomplishment. I happen to be a fan.|
|Rolling Stones - No Expectations|
(Dec 20, 2011 - 08:14)
| spacemoose wrote:|
While it might surprise them, the statement would be no less true. What we call blues music draws heavily from European folk music (swiss, irish and english influences are easy to detect), as well as Africa. These sources converged and were blended with the slave and jim crow experiences of the descendants to produce what we call the blues. Even the instruments show this international heritage. The harmonica comes from the old hapsburg empire (germany/austria/switzerland — where it is called the mundharmonica, which translates as mouth-accordian). The guitar and banjo seem to evolve directly from an African instrument whos name escapes me. The washboard, washboard base are products of the inequality and poverty whose dickensian nature is a direct product of European economic and social models. The blues use European musical scales and rythms, while adding syncopation, 'blue notes', and an improvisational character typical from Africa. It's no wonder that the blues are enjoyed internationally.
Truly, the blues is international music — both in its sources and its audience.
Is jazz world music because those instruments were also developed in other countries? I'm also sure that jazz shares similarities with other pre-existing forms of music. To follow your logic, all music would be African since the oldest found human remains were discovered there. Surely Lucy was the first to bang a stick on a stone.
The Blues belong to America.
|Eddie Vedder - Without You|
(Dec 19, 2011 - 07:52)
|I love Pearl Jam, I love Eddie, I really wanted to love this album. However, it just isn't happening. If you really want to hear what a Ukulele can do, play some Yonder Mountain String Band!|
|Goldfrapp - A&E|
(Dec 16, 2011 - 07:38)
|Beware of the female pirate with segmented eyes!|
|Neil Young - After The Garden|
(Dec 14, 2011 - 12:24)
|There needs to be more protest music and less bubble gum hip hop that is distracting youth from the future they are doomed to inherit.|
Keep it up Neil!
|The Who - Who Are You|
(Dec 12, 2011 - 08:13)
|Love it . I remember hearing a story once about a time when The Who played a mind blowing set and The Rolling Stones refused to follow them on stage and didn't perform. I love the Stones too, but can you imagine that set?|
|Elvis Costello - Radio, Radio|
(Dec 12, 2011 - 08:10)
|I try to keep an open mind, but I've never been able to connect with Costello. I guess we are just on totally different wavelengths. This just sounds like noise with really bad vocals. 1|
|Yes - I've Seen All Good People|
(Dec 05, 2011 - 12:32)
|Yes is one of the groups that I really respect but have never been able to make a personal connection with. Owner of a Lonely Heart and Love Will Find a Way might be the exceptions. I've never spent a cent on Yes but they can groove.|
|Billy Idol - Rebel Yell|
(Dec 01, 2011 - 11:53)
Idol ruled in the early 80's! I remember joggin and listening to this on a cassette in my walkman.
|Pearl Jam - Man Of The Hour|
(Nov 10, 2011 - 08:05)
I love Eddie and Pearl Jam for creating paths through the places where I thought I would surely journey alone.
|Grateful Dead - Jack-A-Roe|
(Nov 08, 2011 - 08:02)
|Holy Grateful Dead day Batman! Robert Hunter sure can right lyrics. Did Hunter write this one?|
|U2 - The Unforgettable Fire|
(Nov 08, 2011 - 07:03)
|Sophmore in high school. My first U2 album. I was hooked ever since then. God I would give anything to find a hot tub time machine. |
|Some Say Leland - The Hunchback|
(Nov 08, 2011 - 06:28)
|I love RP! Having the opportunity to listen to great little tunes that no one will hear anywhere else makes me feel so fortunate. Thanks Bill.|
|Los Lobos - Bertha|
(Nov 08, 2011 - 05:28)
|Okay, I just ordered Deadicated from ebay, $5.99 with free shipping!|
|Sigur Rós - Með Suð í Eyrum|
(Oct 28, 2011 - 05:59)
|The translation is actually in the album cover art. It means a bunch of assholes running from an angry crowd of listeners.|
|U2 - The Fly|
(Oct 27, 2011 - 08:33)
|U2 was just voted the best band of the past 25 years by Q magazine. I agree!|
|Bruce Springsteen - Thunder Road|
(Oct 19, 2011 - 08:37)
I've never been a Springsteen fan. I don't know why I just can't get into his music. Maybe it was because I discovered him in the 80's dancing on stage with Courtney Cox. His vocals always seem melodramatic to me. It's seems like he's forcing his emotions to surface. It doesn't seem natural at all. However, I respect him and his contributions. He is to music what John Wayne was to acting.
|Nik Kershaw - Wounded|
(Oct 11, 2011 - 08:40)
|I know where you are coming from. Whenever I listen to "Another brick in the wall" I'm pretty sure that at one point Waters proclaims, "All in all you're just another prick in the hole." I guess that's pretty much how we all get our start. |
This has me wondering whether or not, at least once in the song—e.g. around the 70-second mark—he substitutes the word "cunt-struck" for the expected "dumb-struck". I'm pretty sure I'm not reading into the song's lyrics (hearing what I want to hear, or what hasn't been sung), as I'd never heard the word before it spun my ear around. If the word is present—even once—then that's pretty brassy.
|Sheryl Crow - Home|
(Oct 10, 2011 - 06:44)
|Saw her open and sing with The Rolling Stones. Awesome show.|
|John Lennon - Imagine|
(May 31, 2011 - 12:24)
|"Brevity is the soul of wit" - William Shakespeare Hamlet|
Lennon totally lost it after the Beatles. What simple lyrics....
|Pearl Jam - Just Breathe|
(May 26, 2011 - 05:44)
Whoever said this guy is a sheep in grunge clothing obviously didn't experiece the 80's. Pearl Jam and few other bands were the founders of Grunge. If it wasn't for Eddie and the boys, we'd all be wearing neon colored parachute pants, have wierd hair, and listen to Cindi Lauper.
Blastphemous to say that Eddie is anything less than the heart of grunge!
No one puts more soul and personal investment into their music.
|Syntax - Pride|
(May 25, 2011 - 12:08)
I guess I'm one of those different listeners, because I love this.
|Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill (live)|
(May 20, 2011 - 07:11)
This is something I rarely say, but this is no where near as good as the studio version. I agree that he AND the band just seem to be going through the motions of an overplayed song. It's just not well done at all. 4
|Beck - No Complaints|
(May 17, 2011 - 07:51)
|After this set of songs, I'm starting to think there might be trouble in Paradise!|
|Til Tuesday - Voices Carry|
(May 17, 2011 - 07:48)
|This came out my junior year of high school. What a great song. I remember the discussions about the bands name. It wasn't something concrete and if opened the door for whole new concept in group names. One of my favorite videos on TBS's Night Tracks! Any other Pre-MTV folks out there remember Night Tracks?|
|Iggy Pop - The Passenger|
(May 17, 2011 - 05:53)
|I think that's the worst lip sync ever seen|
That's very true, but it's incredible that he's even still alive, much less still "performing".
|U2 - Beautiful Day|
(May 13, 2011 - 11:28)
How anyone can find anything negative to say about this song is beyond me. What a great concept to live by.
|Lindsey Buckingham - Countdown|
(May 12, 2011 - 12:43)
|No you're not alone. He is an amazing guitarist! Some of the stuff he did on the Fleetwood Mac reunion album (Tusk ?) is brilliant.|
I used to own this CD and always loved this tune. Am I the only one who thinks he is one of the best guitarist around ?
|Elbow - Neat Little Rows|
(May 09, 2011 - 07:07)
|The more I hear it, the more I like it. Made me stop working to take a look.|
|Miles Davis - Concierto De Aranjuez|
(May 03, 2011 - 12:49)
| Toke wrote:|
Go to the back of the class and recite 100 times 'I MUST not complain about music I do not understand'.
You ass-u-me that I don't understand it (whatever your interpretation of that might mean). I may very well "understand" it and still not like it. I know everything I need to know about music. I know what I like!
|Miles Davis - Concierto De Aranjuez|
(May 03, 2011 - 12:42)
This is not the reason why I listen to RP. There are lots of other oldies stations that I could turn to if I wanted this.
OK that was just too polite. THIS SUCKS.
|Buena Vista Social Club - El Cuarto de Tula|
(Apr 29, 2011 - 11:47)
|This is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends, this is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends, this is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends....|
|Coldplay - Yellow|
(Apr 28, 2011 - 12:04)
|I saw an extended interview with the band. I really don't think that there is more down to earth, humble band out there right now. Even the lead singer said, "we probably won't go down in history for our lyrics, maybe some of our chords, but not the lyrics." I don't know, I think the lyrics to "Clocks" are pretty cool. I like these guys. One of the last stadium bands out there.|
|A Fine Frenzy - Rangers|
(Apr 27, 2011 - 05:49)
|Great voice, good tune, excellent lyrics. IMHO this song is under-rated.|
|James McMurtry - We Can't Make It Here|
(Apr 23, 2011 - 16:18)
|Scary thing is that there are a lot of movies and video games about the apocalypse. It's almost like people want it to happen because that would completely flip the balance of power. Basic survival skills would far outweigh money which would turn into highly decorated toilet paper. It doesn't seem too far off.|
|Red Hot Chili Peppers - Slow Cheetah|
(Apr 20, 2011 - 07:48)
|This song just made me realize how much all their music sounds the same. Their is definitly a cookie cutter involved here.|
|Cake - Bound Away|
(Apr 20, 2011 - 07:44)
|Sounds like someone left their Cake out in the rain...yuck|
|Tom Petty - Something Big|
(Apr 15, 2011 - 08:01)
When Tom Petty was in high school, he was trying to impress a girl he liked by telling her he was in a band. Of course, he wasn't. She promptly asked him if his band would play at their prom. He happily agreed. Between then and prom, he got a band together and learned how play some cover songs. He played the prom: the rest is history. I don't know what happened to the girl. I hope he at least got a kiss.
At least that's the story I heard.
|Nik Kershaw - Wounded|
(Apr 14, 2011 - 05:41)
|If memory serves, Nik had a song in the 80's call "Wouldn't It Be Good". That was a good tune.|
|The Fixx - Stand Or Fall|
(Apr 07, 2011 - 08:19)
|The 80's were insane. Everybody wanted it all,but no one knew what they wanted.|
|Eels - Climbing To The Moon|
(Apr 05, 2011 - 13:41)
|"Got a sky that looks like Heaven. Got an Earth that looks like shit." That is such a great lyric.|
|Pearl Jam - Just Breathe|
(Apr 05, 2011 - 13:03)
| Cynaera wrote:|
I swear, I've tried to be jaded and jaundiced and critical, but I still love this song. It still makes me cry, makes me look at my life and make changes...
To those of you who are arty-farty - go and live your lives of "oh, the tune is off-key" or "The lyrics are so maudlin.". This song is about something you'll probably never understand. I pity you, if a song like this makes you bored or disgusted. We're all entitled to our opinions, and mine is that this song covers so much emotional territory in such a short space that it's astonishing to me. I love it.
I'm really tired. And miles to go before I sleep.
I'm with you all the way
|James - She's a Star|
(Mar 22, 2011 - 12:03)
|I've just gotten into James the past year or two. How did I ever miss these guys when I was younger. Play more James. I making up for lost time. |
|Natalie Merchant - The Peppery Man|
(Mar 08, 2011 - 07:55)
|I love Natalie, 10,000 Maniacs Unplugged has always been one of my favorite albums, But I just can't feel this one AT ALL...|
|James Yuill - No Surprise (Earth Version)|
(Mar 02, 2011 - 11:51)
| brianbf1986 wrote:|
That's heavy stuff there friend, but I can relate totally. Music is amazing isn't it?
Bumping it to a 9. And how sad is that - that my life needs a song like this to make me not have nightmares, obsess over daily problems, and worry that I might not be able to save a life?
I love this song. It pulls my focus back to where it should be, and puts a silly grin on my face in the process.
Nine,for now, but I'm betting that the way things are going, it'll escalate to a 10 soon. Why does life have to be so hard?
The stronger souls choose the harder paths so that everyone can make the journey...
|Pink Floyd - High Hopes|
(Mar 02, 2011 - 08:12)
Has anyone else noticed how much Pink Floyd uses that marching beat (I'm sure that's not the correct term) on the snare? Great Song 10.
|Grateful Dead - Franklin's Tower|
(Feb 24, 2011 - 05:42)
|My favorite member of the Dead has always been Robert Hunter, great lyrics. "If you plant ice, you're gonna harvest wind." Reminds me of an old joke I heard once. "We followed The Dead around for years. One day we ran out of drugs and realized the music sucked. So we went home."|
|Yann Tiersen - La Boulange|
(Feb 23, 2011 - 07:51)
| Hannio wrote:|
Most Americans love the French, in spite of what you may hear.
I agree. Americans like to think that every other country is inferior to ours. However, when any other country is bold enough to feel the same way...they are snobs.
|Cream - Strange Brew|
(Feb 18, 2011 - 11:44)
|LIstening to this after Stevie Wonder gives me whole new perspective on the bass line.....|
|The Moody Blues - Lovely To See You|
(Feb 17, 2011 - 07:50)
|You know what I like about older music? It simple, elegant, and doesn't need drama in it to be appreciated. Thanks to television, kids today don' t think they have an exciting, or even normal, life if there isn't drama in it. Too bad...|
|Muse - Undisclosed Desires|
(Feb 11, 2011 - 07:45)
Wow, I thought this was Cloud Cult at first. I havn't heard them on here in a long time.
|Anna Ternheim - Lovers Dream|
(Feb 10, 2011 - 04:18)
|Wow, I am working on my laptop while RP is playing. I didn't even notice the transition from Lucinda Williams to Anna Ternheim. Great Mix, GOOD JOB!|
|Eddie Vedder - Rise|
(Jan 28, 2011 - 05:41)
This song helped to get me through some tough times during a career change from something I hated to something I love. Always a 10 to me.
"I'm gonna rise up and throw down my ace in the hole"
|Son Volt - Medication|
(Jan 17, 2011 - 12:17)
|Only a 6.8? If George Harrison would have done this everyone would rate it a 9. IMHO. Good Song.|
|The Shins - Saint Simon|
(Jan 04, 2011 - 07:51)
|Is this the same singer from Smashing Pumpkins, Billy something I think?|
|Gorillaz - Empire Ants|
(Dec 22, 2010 - 11:51)
|This is what I love about RP! Great Music that I would never have heard anywhere else. |
|Mich Gerber - Haboob|
(Dec 17, 2010 - 11:57)
|In the famous words of the prospector from Rudolph..."thmt, thmt, thmt...nothing."|
|Eels - Last Stop|
(Dec 16, 2010 - 07:50)
|Thanks for this one. New to me and I like it! |
|Iggy Pop - The Passenger|
(Dec 13, 2010 - 11:56)
|I am the passenger...Oh see me ride....( I always thought that it was comical for a passenger to be so proud of themselves) I love this song.|
|Oi Va Voi - 7 Brothers|
(Dec 13, 2010 - 11:48)
|Take the emphasis off of the horns and put it on a spanish 12 string guitar and I would be sold.|
|Dengue Fever - Seeing Hands|
(Dec 09, 2010 - 12:03)
|I don't know what to think. It sounds like something like Tarantino might use in a film|
|Rolling Stones - Rip This Joint|
(Dec 07, 2010 - 08:06)
|Even if this was the only album the Stones ever produced, it would still place them right up there with the best!|
|Elvis Costello - 45|
(Dec 06, 2010 - 08:19)
|The more I hear Elvis C. the more it reminds me of Tom Petty.|
|The Beatles - Dig A Pony|
(Dec 06, 2010 - 08:01)
|I expect to take A LOT of heat for this but....|
Ok, I like the Beatles. I think they made some great music. But, I just don't understand the magnitude of the hype.
1. Boy band from England makes it big doing teeny bopper bubble gum rock.
2. Boy band discovers drugs.
3. Boy band gets experimental and goes off the deep end.
4. Boy band falls apart.
5. The longevity of the entire band was only 7 years. (even New Kids on the Block was together for 10 years)
The same thing happens today. Except when it happens today, the band dries up and blows away, Then is quickly replaced by another money generating act. Also the fact that they had so many opportunities to get together for a reunion and never did, makes me question the purity of their "we are all one", "come together" facade. They tried to teach the world to forgive but couldn't do it for each other?
|Pearl Jam - Indifference|
(Nov 16, 2010 - 12:17)
|If Eddie lifted his leg and farted into a microphone, I'd give it a 7. Everything else he does is 8-10!|
|Dr. John - Right Place Wrong Time|
(Nov 10, 2010 - 12:03)
|I listen to RP to discover new bands and obscure artist. If I wanted this, I could listen to any old FM radio station.|
|Kashtin - Akua Tuta|
(Nov 08, 2010 - 07:53)
| auburntigerrich wrote:|
As far as world music goes (which I enjoy the majority of as heard here), this one is mildly tasty, but I was a bunch more excited about this one before the vocals kicked in. It really had something going.
4 as it stands; 8 without the vocals, simply relying on the acoustic rhythms and atmospherics.
Big +1 from me!
|Medeski, Martin & Wood - Mami Gato|
(Nov 08, 2010 - 07:49)
I'm just not a big jazz fan. This sounds like chaotic elevator music to me. Maybe someone could show me the light?
|Sarah McLachlan - Fallen|
(Oct 20, 2010 - 07:32)
|She has a magical, mystical quality to her voice; it effortlessly floats through the physical and touches the soul.|
|Pearl Jam - Wishlist|
(Oct 11, 2010 - 13:00)
|Heart and soul, no one today puts more of themselves into their music than Eddie. Always a 10.|
|Björk - Big Time Sensuality|
(Oct 07, 2010 - 05:53)
Her voice just seems to be a mismatch for the music. I love her voice but the music doesn't support what she is capable of.
|Radar - Sirocco|
(Oct 06, 2010 - 12:23)
|It got me moving around in my seat and I didn't even realize it.|
|The Cure - The Love Cats|
(Sep 30, 2010 - 16:18)
|This is the first day that I've listened to RP and couldn't get into it. If today was my first experience, I probably wouldn't put it back on. Just seems to be a really strange day.|
|Alexi Murdoch - Some Day Soon|
(Sep 30, 2010 - 05:30)
|If you've lost your father and have faced the reality of your own death, this song really hits home.|
|Steve Earle - Copperhead Road|
(Sep 29, 2010 - 07:26)
|I love the Scotish Appalachin sound. Great story and great song! They even work a short surf guitar rift into the song. Listen for it.|
|The Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps|
(Sep 23, 2010 - 14:32)
I was a party (long ago) when this song came on and a friend of mines journey turned south, all because of this song...Here Comes the Sun picked him right back up!
|Chris Isaak - Please|
(Sep 22, 2010 - 07:38)
|Forever Blue is another great album of his. "Baby did a bad bad thing..."|
|Pearl Jam - Given To Fly|
(Sep 21, 2010 - 07:18)
|Best band of all time! If it wasn't for PJ we would all still be wearing bright colored parachute pants and listening to Cindy Lauper!|
|I Monster - Heaven|
(Sep 11, 2010 - 18:49)
|I think I saw the album cover monsters on an old Dr. Who episode.|
|The Cars - Dangerous Type|
(Sep 11, 2010 - 18:47)
|From a time when album artwork served a purpose. I remember picking up "The Wall" just because of the cover. Little did I know what was inside would change my life. This cover could easily serve more than one purpose. |