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« on: August 06, 2008, 08:37:38 PM »

Ok. I'm going (in my case) for the Top Ten in importance to me by decades...as I was growing up.



1.ROLLING STONES
2.JIMI HENDRIX
3. BLACK SABBATH
4.the STOOGES
5.LED ZEPPILIN
6.the RAMONES
7.MOTORHEAD
8.AC/DC
9.the CRAMPS
1o.the DEAD KENNEDYS

...of course...this list is subject to change with he movement of the stars or the rotatation of the planets....!

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« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2008, 08:53:28 PM »

1) The Beatles
2) The Police
3) AC/DC
4) The Clash
5) Faith No More
6) Led Zeppelin
7) Iron Maiden
8) Judas Priest
9) Red Hot Chili Peppers
10)Primus 
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« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2008, 08:54:49 PM »

1.) White Zombie
2.) Aerosmith
3.) RATT
4.) The Cult
5.) Metallica
6.) Pantera
7.) NIN
8.) Alice In Chains
9.) Testament
10.) Def Lepard
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« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2008, 09:07:03 PM »

According to last.fm they are...

1. Johann Sebastian Bach   
2. Tom Waits   
3. Louis Armstrong   
4. Miles Davis   
5. Johnny Cash   
6. Antonio Vivaldi   
7. Johannes Brahms   
8. Ludwig van Beethoven   
9. Anonymous 4   
10.  Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire 

Excluding jazz and classical I get:

1. Tom Waits
2. Johnny Cash
3. Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire
4. The Beatles
5. Lightnin' Hopkins
6. AmŠlia Rodrigues
7. The Pogues   
8. The Mekons   
9. Leadbelly
10. Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys 
 



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« Reply #4 on: August 06, 2008, 09:07:37 PM »



Darksider: I gotta say....AEROSMITH had a big part in my life...I seen them when I was ripped on pot and wine (both from a water bong while standing in line) in 1978 .

my favorite song...NOBODY's FAULT!!!

DAM! It's Armegeddon put to music! It was my THEME in the mid-70's as a long hair fu#ck up in the 70's!

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...and I seen them AGAIN in 1990! GreaT both times!

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« Reply #5 on: August 07, 2008, 07:20:02 AM »

1)  Dione Warwick - my folks had an 8-track of hers ("Walk on By" I think) when I was a little kid.  I must have worn it out.
2)  Black Sabbath - the first time I heard these guys I was standing outside a video arcade.  Some guy had them playing on a boom box.  It just floored me.
3)  Led Zeppelin - If I had a dollar for every night me and my buddy spent smokin' dope and listening to Zeppelin  TeddyR  They were actually the reason I started playing guitar.
4)  Jimi Hendrix - great guitar playing and emotional songs.
5)  Van Halen - before the were Van Hagar of course.
6)  Metallica - I was listening to these guys years before anybody else had ever heard of them.  I think I stopped listening to them a couple years before most people as well - saved me a lot of disappointment.
7)  Dokken - If you're going to listen to hair metal, might as well listen to Dokken.  Never cared for Don's lyrics, but George's guitar playing was more often than not magnificent.
8)  Troy Stetina - Writes a ton of instructional books for guitar.  I've got about half of them.  A major influence on my playing, a great songwriter,  and an all-around virtuoso player.
9)  Journey - should probably put these guys higher on the list.  C'mon, their music is just awesome!  Very emotional, marvelously composed, performed with a level of skill and talent than most bands could only dream of.
10)  Pat Benatar - Must have listened to all her early albums at least 50 times.  Love her voice, love the songwriting, love the energy.
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« Reply #6 on: August 07, 2008, 10:34:11 AM »

1. Black Sabbath
2. ACDC
3. Guns n' Roses
4. Jimi Hendrix
5. Rolling Stones
6. Dispatch
7. Goo Goo Dolls
8. The Allman Brothers
9. Lynard Skynard
10. Edit, Led Zeppelin
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« Reply #7 on: August 07, 2008, 11:48:49 AM »

VLADO PERLEMUTER
FATS WALLER
JOSHUA RIFKIN
MAURICE RAVEL
THE BEATLES
THE STOOGES
LED ZEPPELIN
JUNE CHRISTY
CLAUDE DEBUSSY
PIERRE MONTEUX
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« Reply #8 on: August 07, 2008, 05:09:14 PM »

1. W.A.S.P.
2. Kix
3. Overkill
4. Judas Priest
5. Whitesnake
6. Kiss
7. Megadeth
8. Dokken
9. Winger
10. Ratt
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« Reply #9 on: August 07, 2008, 05:50:00 PM »

1. Pink Floyd
2. Black Sabbath
3. Killing Joke
4. Swans
5. Skinny Puppy
6. Godflesh
7. Slowdive
8. Jesu
9. Angels Of Light
10. Scorn

(This list is subject to change on a daily basis).
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« Reply #10 on: August 07, 2008, 07:08:35 PM »

1. Boyd Rice
2. The Ramones
3. Descendents
4. Death in June
5. The Adicts
6. Misfits
7. Doris Day
8. NON
9. Nick Cave
10. Nurse with Wound or Bauhaus
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« Reply #11 on: August 07, 2008, 08:42:33 PM »

VLADO PERLEMUTER
FATS WALLER
JOSHUA RIFKIN
MAURICE RAVEL
THE BEATLES
THE STOOGES
LED ZEPPELIN
JUNE CHRISTY
CLAUDE DEBUSSY
PIERRE MONTEUX

You've got a great taste in music, but I don't know about half your list.  Which is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending.  Usually, in the "Listening to" thread, I know who you post for the most part.  But you add someone like Claude Debussy and I"m like "Who?" Question
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« Reply #12 on: August 07, 2008, 08:55:33 PM »

I'm a base this on my own personal preference of who I ENJOY listening to, as opposed to "They're influential, etc." lists I see in magazines.

1.) "Weird Al" Yankovic
2.) Pink Floyd
3.) Alice in Chains
4.) Bloodhound Gang
5.) The Clash
6.) Metallica
7.) Buddy Holly
8.) Weezer
9.) The Ramones
10.) Beastie Boys
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« Reply #13 on: August 07, 2008, 09:57:30 PM »

VLADO PERLEMUTER
FATS WALLER
JOSHUA RIFKIN
MAURICE RAVEL
THE BEATLES
THE STOOGES
LED ZEPPELIN
JUNE CHRISTY
CLAUDE DEBUSSY
PIERRE MONTEUX

You've got a great taste in music, but I don't know about half your list.  Which is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending.  Usually, in the "Listening to" thread, I know who you post for the most part.  But you add someone like Claude Debussy and I"m like "Who?" Question

First, how do you know he has great taste in music if you don't know half his list?  They could be awful!

Second, are you saying you don't know who Claude Debussy is, but you recognize VLADO PERLEMUTER???

(No offense, Happy, I'm just funnin' with ya.  I'm just jealous because you don't recognize half MY list, but you don't think I have great taste in music. But you did recognize the Dead Milkmen a while back, so you'll always have a place in my heart).
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« Reply #14 on: August 07, 2008, 10:14:36 PM »

VLADO PERLEMUTER FATS WALLER JOSHUA RIFKIN MAURICE RAVEL THE BEATLES THE STOOGES LED ZEPPELIN JUNE CHRISTY CLAUDE DEBUSSY PIERRE MONTEUX
You've got a great taste in music, but I don't know about half your list.  Which is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending.  Usually, in the "Listening to" thread, I know who you post for the most part.  But you add someone like Claude Debussy and I"m like "Who?" Question
Now if you'd said: "But you add someone like Joshua Rifkin and I'm like "Who?""  I wouldn't be surprised.  On the other hand, CLAUDE DEBUSSY was a well known French composer (some of whose tunes you probably know) who influenced many composers (think film scorers); his orchestral works were recorded by the Boston Symphony conducted by PIERRE MONTEUX whose interpretations are defining and legendary.  (Believe me, it is very easy for an orchestra to muck up DEBUSSY -and not often because of DEBUSSY!) 

Oh!  BELA wanted videos!  Here's some finds... if you notice a pattern, yeh, I like the piano. 
The great FATS WALLER twice because the first (2.45 minutes) tho' great, has too much LENA HORNE IN (the second clip is under 3 minutes):
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To my own surprise, I found a lot of VLADO PERLEMUTER, the master, at youtube; as far as I've found almost nobody else could or now can play RAVEL's piano works.  The first clip is under 4 minutes; the second one was hard to find and I'm slackjawed by it.  Don't look at the "old man."  Listen to what he plays (7 worthwhile minutes):
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JOSHUA RIFKIN recorded an important early album series of SCOTT JOPLIN piano rags, which I am very fond of and here is... someone... playing "Gladiolus Rag" (under 4 minutes).  And JOSHUA RIFKIN playing and commentating on another piano style (10 minutes long and probably boring for most): 
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PIERRE MONTEUX is on youtube, but not conducting DEBUSSY, and for me they go hand in hand (like VLADO PERLEMUTER and MAURICE RAVEL).  This last clip is probably DEBUSSY's best known tune "Clair de Lune" and is for listening only: 
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