|Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue|
(Aug 19, 2004 - 14:12)
|Am I the only one to dislike totally Dylan ? He just can't sing, and this song is soooo long and repetitive !... And as usual he can't play harmonica neither. Someone's gotta explain me what is the so incredible thing I'm missing there, cause personally I can't see... |
|Carla Bruni - Quelqu'un m'a dit|
(Aug 18, 2004 - 13:49)
|Je n'aime pas Ã©normÃ©ment sa voix, mais le texte est bon, et c'est drole d'entendre du francais sur une radio anglophone... |
|Tornadoes - Telstar|
(Jul 06, 2004 - 11:47)
|Is it me or it sounds like when I played Kirby on the old Nintendo ! |
|Eric Henderson - Flamenco Surf|
(Jun 30, 2004 - 12:33)
|Sounds good. At the beginning I was not sure I would like this tune, but when I listened the solo, I'm knew that I'd find it great. Just too bad the overall music is a little bit kitch|
|Roger Waters/Sinéad O'Connor - Mother|
(May 03, 2004 - 13:08)
|The chorus is interesting, when they sing together. The instrumental part is really the same, but the parts when Sinead sings alone are terribly annoying.|
|Paris Combo - Living Room|
(Apr 28, 2004 - 17:30)
Interesting. French, but quite enjoyable nonetheless.
You're saying that I shouldn't be enjoyable ? (Je suis francophone)
|Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond|
(Apr 28, 2004 - 15:32)
These guys need to tour one more time before time catches up with them. The Gilmour crew, not the Waters crew.
I truly believe Waters has done very much more to Pink Floyd than Gilmour
|Van Morrison - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue|
(Apr 27, 2004 - 19:13)
|Is it me or the bass pattern at the beginning and at some other places in the tune reminds me the popular "Stand by me" ? The rythm is the same, and the notes similar, altough they are not the same.|
|Coldplay - Moses|
(Apr 27, 2004 - 19:11)
|Is it me or the bass pattern in the intro and at some places in the tune makes me think about the popular "Stand by me" ? (The rythm is the same, and the notes are disposed almost the same way...)|
|Béla Fleck - Big Country|
(Apr 22, 2004 - 07:50)
It's like Kenny G moves to the countryside. And that's even less cool than Kenny G.
Except that Kenny G's sound is always flat and the musicians are not real. I respect your choices, but if you listen more, you will hear the subtilities.
Good band, they do very well what they do.
|Banco De Gaia - Last Train to Lhasa|
(Apr 21, 2004 - 10:08)
|I liked the beginning since I was thinking it would become different later. In fact it changes, but for a poor boom-boom beat. Not for me.
|10,000 Maniacs - Hey Jack Kerouac|
(Apr 20, 2004 - 20:11)
|Really poor. This music goes nowhere. The voice is not on the pitch, doesn't have any emotion. The beat reminds me the Casio 8 beat pop rock number 002.
|Talvin Singh - Distant God (with Leone)|
(Apr 20, 2004 - 19:22)
|A little bit repetitive, but the idea is good.
However it's really not my kind of music. Nothing happens, and the beat is long.
But the voice is good.
|Jeff Buckley - Grace|
(Apr 20, 2004 - 19:17)
I can understand that many persons don't love it, it's so artistic. But personally I find it awesome. Jeff Buckley had one of the best voices I never heard. I'm musician and if someday I have the possibility to play with this kind of voice, I would be the happiest man in the world.
Too bad he died after his first disk...