|Ultravox - Vienna|
(Jul 30, 2007 - 13:45)
But, for a time and place, it fits, no?
|Neko Case - Dirty Knife|
(May 01, 2006 - 16:03)
|Geez, is there any song on this LP that is not just so sweet and fine?
|Sea Ray - Revelry|
(Apr 18, 2006 - 14:14)
|The version recorded live at KEXP was brilliant... much better, more intimate, more emotional.
Never heard the studio version until now. I'll stick with the live version :)
|Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone|
(Dec 12, 2005 - 15:46)
|Well, no dude, actually, "everyone" knew Picasso could paint when he was in his teens.
no dude, chinese restaurants ram MSG down your throat. Dylan just writes what's on his mind and he certainly wouldn't care if nobody listened. as for his musical ability, nobody thought picasso could paint either...
|Grand National - Talk Amongst Yourselves|
(Aug 18, 2005 - 11:19)
|Don't remember the name of the band... but the first minute of this song reminds me of the beginning of the song that had the refrain: "Riding on the Metro", by ?????.
|Gorillaz - Feel Good Inc.|
(Aug 12, 2005 - 15:37)
i like this song more and more every time i hear it...
Yes. Yes. It does, does'nt it?
Have you seen the video?
|Appliance - Pacifica|
(Aug 01, 2005 - 14:51)
|As the song started, I swore I heard the opening licks to Train in Vain (Clash).|
|Stereophonics - Dakota|
(Jul 28, 2005 - 14:02)
|On the scale of suckitude this rates somewhere in the middle methinks.
But, I'll tell ya this band does write a snappy tune now and then.
|Genesis - Watcher of the Skies|
(Jul 19, 2005 - 15:05)
Brings me back to nights in the dorm with friends, herbage, and records ... Bowie, Bee Bop Delux, Klaatu, Clash, Rundgren, etc.
I always preferred Supper's Ready, though... the apotheosis of Prog Rock, in my book.
|Beck - Golden Age|
(Jul 15, 2005 - 15:56)
|Had this mixed in with some Daniel Lanois, Randy Newman, etc.
Helped me see the GF thru chemo.
One of the songs for a certain time and place... and will always be that time and place.
|Tracy Chapman - Smoke And Ashes|
(Jul 01, 2005 - 10:06)
|I've tried to like TC's music. I've tried, believe me. I find it just so unrelentingly grim and solemn.
I find, as an alternative, Joan Armitrading's music a bit more melodic and interesting... and she lighten's up once in awhile.
But, given the comments I see here, I am definately in the minority!!!
|Kathleen Edwards - In State|
(Jun 29, 2005 - 10:10)
|Have enjoyed her music.... the songs tend to run together after a bit, but always nice to hear her once in a while.
|Sophie Zelmani - Once|
(May 25, 2005 - 13:35)
|I'am sorry. truly. I'll usually give anything a chance, but this song just makes me tear out the earbuds.|
|Riverside - General Nature|
(May 02, 2005 - 15:55)
|If someone writes a review ... and no one reads the review...does it exist?
Never saw this before on RP ...a song without a review.
I'll bite...it's OK, nothing great, nothing bad, just OK filler. The voice sounds vaguely familiar. A bit 'New Orderish'...just a tad.
|Thievery Corporation - Doors Of Perception (Feat Gunjan)|
(Apr 25, 2005 - 13:04)
|I'm sorry. I know I am going against the grain, but the more I hear of TC, the less I enjoy their music.
Interesting, at times.
Well produced, good production values, yes.
I realize the music is fully realized...but I fail to see the soul behind the tune(s).
Ah, well...I'am glad some people are enjoying it!
|Afro Celt Sound System - Release|
(Apr 11, 2005 - 13:02)
Probably not a big sacrifice, since I doubt they HAVE any "LP's"!
Oh, I know! But it's nice to say 'LP' once in awhile.
|Afro Celt Sound System - Release|
(Apr 11, 2005 - 12:54)
|The only place I hear Afro Celt Sound System is here on Radio Paradise.
And, the more I hear them, the less I want to own their LP's.