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jlind
(Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Posted: Jan 04, 2018 15:19
 

 DaidyBoy wrote:
Released in 1801 and not a scratch ...

Beautifully followed by Vienna Teng, which complements it perfectly.  Thanks, RP.

 
Frak I wasn't paying attention :(
DaidyBoy
(Bristol, UK)
Posted: Jan 04, 2018 6:23
 

Released in 1801 and not a scratch ...

Beautifully followed by Vienna Teng, which complements it perfectly.  Thanks, RP.
jlind
(Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Posted: Jan 04, 2018 6:18
 

What a segue Bill..... Sound of Silence -> Moonlight, very deep.
FrankRizzo
Posted: Dec 05, 2017 19:52
 

 Pedro1874 wrote:
Still #2 on the RP Top100 and rightly so.{#Notworthy}

 
It's dropped to four now Still fantastic.

1. Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here  (9.636)
2. Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond  (9.603)
3. Johann Sebastian Bach - Toccata in D minor  (9.592)
4. Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata  (9.585)
5. Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower  (9.582)
6. The Beatles - A Day In The Life  (9.565)
7. Pink Floyd - Time  (9.524)
8. Beethoven - Symphony No.5 - Allegro Con Brio  (9.506)
9. Pink Floyd - Echoes  (9.504)
10. Jimi Hendrix - Little Wing  (9.5)
TerryS
(Another SW)
Posted: Nov 05, 2017 18:16
 

By probably the finest interpreter of Ludwig van B, too.
berrydoo
(Atlanta, GA)
Posted: Oct 06, 2017 8:41
 

I think this is the most moving song I've ever heard
maryte
(Blinding You With Library Science!)
Posted: Oct 06, 2017 8:38
 

This is pretty good - a little modern for my tastes, though.
Tomasni
(Sweden)
Posted: Sep 20, 2017 6:50
 

Thank you  Beethoven  for
Moonlight Sonata
 

For me this is 8  - Most Excellent

Thank you both  :-)


Tomasni
Posted: Sep 11, 2017 9:11
 

Thank you  Beethoven  for
Moonlight Sonata
 

For me this is 8  - Most Excellent

 I love you RP


CHuLoYo
(Galicia, Spain)
Posted: Aug 06, 2017 2:53
 

40 trolls votes zero here {#Iamwithstupid}
Azrica
(Beirut, Lebanon)
Posted: Jun 05, 2017 23:04
 

 Highlowsel wrote:
 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 

And as others have pointed out that, for me, is exactly the point of listening to RP.  I know of no other site, nor anything station that traverses the airwaves from source to listener, that does anything even remotely as appealing as this site does.  Bill and crew have afforded me a listen to some music I know; the old standards and their variations and such.  But they have also opened my ears to a range of music which, left to my own devices, I would never have heard or bothered to listen to simply by dint of not knowing the artist.  They keep the veil of musical complacency from descending and blinkering my sensibilities.  And for that I lift my glass and say....bravo!  {#Cheers}  I don't know how you do it...in listening and finding all of it to present to your global audience...but I applaud you for it all the same....you have a finger on the pulse of, or a sense for, some very tasty earfulness. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen


 
{#Crown}

AKMacAddict
(Anchorage)
Posted: May 06, 2017 11:02
 

As others have commented, awesome set!  New listener and keep coming back.  Thanks!
 
mojcamojca77
(On the sunny side of the Alps:-))
Posted: Apr 05, 2017 23:15
 

 Highlowsel wrote:
 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 

And as others have pointed out that, for me, is exactly the point of listening to RP.  I know of no other site, nor anything station that traverses the airwaves from source to listener, that does anything even remotely as appealing as this site does.  Bill and crew have afforded me a listen to some music I know; the old standards and their variations and such.  But they have also opened my ears to a range of music which, left to my own devices, I would never have heard or bothered to listen to simply by dint of not knowing the artist.  They keep the veil of musical complacency from descending and blinkering my sensibilities.  And for that I lift my glass and say....bravo!  {#Cheers}  I don't know how you do it...in listening and finding all of it to present to your global audience...but I applaud you for it all the same....you have a finger on the pulse of, or a sense for, some very tasty earfulness. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen


 
{#Cheers}to you and to RP <3
bluepostit101379
Posted: Mar 31, 2017 2:02
 

 Highlowsel wrote:
 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 

And as others have pointed out that, for me, is exactly the point of listening to RP.  I know of no other site, nor anything station that traverses the airwaves from source to listener, that does anything even remotely as appealing as this site does.  Bill and crew have afforded me a listen to some music I know; the old standards and their variations and such.  But they have also opened my ears to a range of music which, left to my own devices, I would never have heard or bothered to listen to simply by dint of not knowing the artist.  They keep the veil of musical complacency from descending and blinkering my sensibilities.  And for that I lift my glass and say....bravo!  {#Cheers}  I don't know how you do it...in listening and finding all of it to present to your global audience...but I applaud you for it all the same....you have a finger on the pulse of, or a sense for, some very tasty earfulness. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen


 
Absolutely. Thank you, Radio Paradise!
HoNouR55
(Turkey)
Posted: Mar 26, 2017 3:13
 

 Highlowsel wrote:
 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 

And as others have pointed out that, for me, is exactly the point of listening to RP.  I know of no other site, nor anything station that traverses the airwaves from source to listener, that does anything even remotely as appealing as this site does.  Bill and crew have afforded me a listen to some music I know; the old standards and their variations and such.  But they have also opened my ears to a range of music which, left to my own devices, I would never have heard or bothered to listen to simply by dint of not knowing the artist.  They keep the veil of musical complacency from descending and blinkering my sensibilities.  And for that I lift my glass and say....bravo!  {#Cheers}  I don't know how you do it...in listening and finding all of it to present to your global audience...but I applaud you for it all the same....you have a finger on the pulse of, or a sense for, some very tasty earfulness. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen


 
Amen!
westslope
(BC desert)
Posted: Mar 06, 2017 8:10
 

Sublime. 
DrLex
(Belgium)
Posted: Mar 06, 2017 8:06
 

 Rosepo wrote:
This song plays so quietly I can't hear it unless I turn the volume way up. 😯

 
Yes, it is very silent, I guess it does use the entire 16-bit amplitude range at times, but I would dare to apply a tiny bit of dynamic range compression to make this more radio-friendly.
NickDanger
(in absentia)
Posted: Feb 03, 2017 13:57
 

All other 10s fall behind this.
Rosepo
Posted: Feb 03, 2017 13:50
 

This song plays so quietly I can't hear it unless I turn the volume way up. 😯
oppositelock
(On the road)
Posted: Dec 17, 2016 15:16
 

Happy Birthday!
Pedro1874
(Newton-le-Willows, England)
Posted: Dec 06, 2016 22:50
 

Still #2 on the RP Top100 and rightly so.{#Notworthy}
nasa50016177
Posted: Dec 03, 2016 13:37
 

1801 год...
kingart
(Brooklyn NY)
Posted: Nov 29, 2016 10:43
 

 LaurieinTucson wrote:
Linus

 
God. 
 
LaurieinTucson
(Tucson,AZ)
Posted: Nov 03, 2016 14:42
 

Linus
CHuLoYo
(Galicia, Spain)
Posted: Sep 30, 2016 0:31
 

 AnchorMan wrote:
Just the right time to try out 320K AAC stream

 
Agreed 👍 
norbertZ
(Wiesbaden (Germany))
Posted: Sep 07, 2016 10:16
 

{#Notworthy}
AnchorMan
(number 8)
Posted: Aug 01, 2016 7:29
 

Just the right time to try out the 320K AAC stream
pita_g
Posted: Jun 30, 2016 12:53
 

Thank  you Highlowsel and yofitofu!
This is exactly how i feel about Radio Paradise
Wilfrue
(The space between your reality and my dreams)
Posted: Jun 30, 2016 12:37
 

My goodness, the man could even make scales give you the flashy tingles. Simply amazing and transcendent. 
JeriF
Posted: Jun 30, 2016 12:28
 

Where's the 20 rating when you need it.
BCarn
(British Columbia)
Posted: May 29, 2016 12:49
 

 Highlowsel wrote:
 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 

And as others have pointed out that, for me, is exactly the point of listening to RP.  I know of no other site, nor anything station that traverses the airwaves from source to listener, that does anything even remotely as appealing as this site does.  Bill and crew have afforded me a listen to some music I know; the old standards and their variations and such.  But they have also opened my ears to a range of music which, left to my own devices, I would never have heard or bothered to listen to simply by dint of not knowing the artist.  They keep the veil of musical complacency from descending and blinkering my sensibilities.  And for that I lift my glass and say....bravo!  {#Cheers}  I don't know how you do it...in listening and finding all of it to present to your global audience...but I applaud you for it all the same....you have a finger on the pulse of, or a sense for, some very tasty earfulness. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen


 
Ditto!!!
Dinges,_the_Dude
(below sea-level, N52°37', E4°88')
Posted: May 29, 2016 12:44
 

 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 
I fully agree!!
Highlowsel
(New York City)
Posted: Apr 27, 2016 10:36
 

 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 

And as others have pointed out that, for me, is exactly the point of listening to RP.  I know of no other site, nor anything station that traverses the airwaves from source to listener, that does anything even remotely as appealing as this site does.  Bill and crew have afforded me a listen to some music I know; the old standards and their variations and such.  But they have also opened my ears to a range of music which, left to my own devices, I would never have heard or bothered to listen to simply by dint of not knowing the artist.  They keep the veil of musical complacency from descending and blinkering my sensibilities.  And for that I lift my glass and say....bravo!  {#Cheers}  I don't know how you do it...in listening and finding all of it to present to your global audience...but I applaud you for it all the same....you have a finger on the pulse of, or a sense for, some very tasty earfulness. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen



mdnlsn
Posted: Apr 27, 2016 10:33
 

 Skydog wrote:
RP has the artist as Beethoven
should it be Rudolf Serkin? 

 
Funny how that goes with classical composers. With pop music, we list the performer, not the songwriter - even if it's a brilliantly complex composition like Bohemian Rhapsody or something.

Maybe it has something to do with likeness to the original. If Apocalyptica did cello version of Moonlight Sonata, we would probably list the artist. 
martyn1
(preston lancs uk)
Posted: Apr 27, 2016 10:28
 

lovely photos to go with it on slidesow
willmcnaught
(Eugene Oregon)
Posted: Apr 27, 2016 10:25
 

 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 
RP RULES! 
nancynancy
Posted: Apr 27, 2016 10:25
 

{#Daisy}
This makes me very calm.


Skydog
(The Mitten)
Posted: Feb 23, 2016 19:51
 

RP has the artist as Beethoven
should it be Rudolf Serkin? 
alxsib
Posted: Jan 23, 2016 5:50
 

 
 
Lenin (now and probably DiCaprio) liked this

fredriley
(Nottingham, UK)
Posted: Jan 03, 2016 7:32
 

 floydoftherocks wrote:
I would like to hear Rock Me Amadeus after this, every time.

 
I'd prefer Roll Over Beethoven, me :o)
floydoftherocks
(Frisco)
Posted: Dec 28, 2015 19:00
 

I would like to hear Rock Me Amadeus after this, every time.
On_The_Beach
(The Blue Planet)
Posted: Dec 22, 2015 21:26
 

 Proclivities wrote:
Judging by the whole list of all-time favorites, the listeners' tastes don't really seem very diverse at all, but that is probably not the best determining factor.
 
Whatever.
jkhandy
(Near the ocean (in my mind))
Posted: Dec 22, 2015 20:40
 

 yofitofu wrote:
Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.

 
Exactly! 
yofitofu
(Santa Barbara, CA)
Posted: Dec 22, 2015 20:39
 

Not many stations do you hear Santana, Porcupine Tree, Simon and Garfunkel, Goldfrapp and Beethoven in the same half hour. Well done. This is why we love you RP.
Kokoloco53
(Southeastern Arizona)
Posted: Nov 21, 2015 11:39
 

Very good. I've played this for meditation several times. I have to wonder what Beethoven would think if he were transported to the present and heard his piece on such a crazy contraption, his songs coming out of a tiny box with speakers. Then we'd probably really get to see 'roll over Beethoven' for reals.
johnybladex
Posted: Nov 21, 2015 11:32
 

{#Meditate}
Proclivities
(Paris of the Piedmont)
Posted: Oct 22, 2015 10:37
 

 On_The_Beach wrote:

As of today, this is #1.
0.004 points ahead of Hendrix's version of All Along The Watchtower.
Safe to say RP listeners have diverse tastes?

 
Judging by the whole list of all-time favorites, the listeners' tastes don't really seem very diverse at all, but that is probably not the best determining factor.
thewiseking
(New York, New York)
Posted: Oct 21, 2015 6:17
 

 Sasha2001 wrote:
Beethoven? Shuh, he's not even the best composer from the early romantic period. Why don't you get some motherf***ing Franz Liszt or Felix Mendelssohn up in the bitch?!?
 
hahaha
BertPhilsen
Posted: Sep 19, 2015 21:42
 

 fredriley wrote:
He's not a romantic composer... He's late classical -- but romantic in spirit!
{#Roflol}

 

gregskrtic
(Falls Church, VA)
Posted: Sep 19, 2015 21:29
 

Yes, because it is Beethoven it deserves an automatic "10".  
(and, what is wrong with those 27 people who gave this a "sucko-barfo"????)