Favorite Music


Re: Favorite Music

Postby wren on September 16th, 2009, 1:10 am

MsKitty wrote:I saw Def Leppard in concert Nov last year - OMG... they were just AWESOME!! And I'm going to see AC/DC Feb next year with all my bogan mates!!


Hey, MsKitty, I saw AC/DC way back in 1983...ewww, that's a long time ago! :shock: Even then they were not really my favourite music, but it's amazing the things you'll do for your friends, like go to concerts to see a band you normally wouldn't bother about going to see! :lol: Not sure when my hearing fully returned...we were very near the cannons on the stage! :P
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Re: Favorite Music

Postby Mr Spice on September 16th, 2009, 5:08 pm

wren wrote:
MsKitty wrote:I saw Def Leppard in concert Nov last year - OMG... they were just AWESOME!! And I'm going to see AC/DC Feb next year with all my bogan mates!!


Hey, MsKitty, I saw AC/DC way back in 1983...ewww, that's a long time ago! :shock: Even then they were not really my favourite music, but it's amazing the things you'll do for your friends, like go to concerts to see a band you normally wouldn't bother about going to see! :lol: Not sure when my hearing fully returned...we were very near the cannons on the stage! :P


Hey, I saw Brian Johnson (singer of AC/DC) when he was still a Brit & singing with a band called Geordie. Now that's what I call old. I even bought their first single (45 - 7" vinyl for those too young to know what singles were.)
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Re: Favorite Music

Postby MsKitty on September 17th, 2009, 8:43 am

Mr Spice wrote:
wren wrote:
MsKitty wrote:I saw Def Leppard in concert Nov last year - OMG... they were just AWESOME!! And I'm going to see AC/DC Feb next year with all my bogan mates!!


Hey, MsKitty, I saw AC/DC way back in 1983...ewww, that's a long time ago! :shock: Even then they were not really my favourite music, but it's amazing the things you'll do for your friends, like go to concerts to see a band you normally wouldn't bother about going to see! :lol: Not sure when my hearing fully returned...we were very near the cannons on the stage! :P


Hey, I saw Brian Johnson (singer of AC/DC) when he was still a Brit & singing with a band called Geordie. Now that's what I call old. I even bought their first single (45 - 7" vinyl for those too young to know what singles were.)


Go Wren you Rock Goddess!! I'm expecting to be deaf for a little while.. as well as losing my voice & having a sore neck from head banging!! cAN'T wAIT!!

It's OK Mr.Spice... I have 45's too!! Crackly things they are to listen too!! My girlfriend has a juke box that plays them!!
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Re: Favorite Music

Postby lisa on May 16th, 2010, 7:09 pm

Albannach totally rocks the bagpipe and drums! Thunderous primtive drumming and haunting bagpipe melodies! New song Heart in the Holyland is like bellydance and bagpipe! totaly wish I could dance! They have a totallly primtive sound and your whole body is like vibrating! Lynsay, you need to totally listen to some of their work when writing your Scot Historicals!
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Re: Favorite Music

Postby sherr on May 16th, 2010, 7:16 pm

Right now I'm picking music with a beat to keep up with the walking....Katey Perry is becoming a fave along with Beyonce but I'm basically a oldie but a goodie girls so Beatles, the boss, the Stones
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Re: Favorite Music

Postby lisa on May 16th, 2010, 7:20 pm

Albannach totally has beat! ( understatement!!!!) I have walked on treadmill several times to Burlin and Claymores! I like lots of different types of music and oldies are goodies for a reason!
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Re: Favorite Music

Postby TomEC on February 11th, 2011, 4:02 pm

So last night, while I was working, I found myself spending a while with some old familiar music I used to hear on the radio while I was growing up. Trooper, BTO (Bachman–Turner Overdrive), Martha and the Muffins, Simon and Garfunkel, Sweeney Todd, Steppenwolf, and a bunch of others, when I came upon one I hadn't listened to for a long time that really energized me "Magic Power" by Triumph. It still has the magic. Image

That song recalled to my mind a time when a teenage boy lived for girls, cars, and his stereo. He didn't care if his car was a junker as long as it was lined with shag carpet, had fuzzy dice hanging from the rearview mirror,and a killer stereo system (either 8-track or cassette). My older brother fit that mold perfectly; me, not so much. Still, it was the world I grew up in and I experienced it through my brother's eyes and remember it fondly.
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