26. Apr. 2014, 7:46 von Z_e_t_a
10. Mai. 2013, 12:00 von RadioKaKaSee also: Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of all time (2012 Edition)
Rank (2010/E) (NEW or not compared to the 2004/E) Year Artist – Song (from which album if it's also on the list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of all time)
1 1965 Bob Dylan – Like a Rolling Stone, from Highway 61 Revisited
2 1965 The Rolling Stones – (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, from Out of Our Heads
3 1971 John Lennon – Imagine, from Imagine
4 1971 Marvin Gaye – What's Going On, from What's Going On
5 1967 Aretha Franklin – Respect, from I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You
6 1966 The Beach Boys – Good Vibrations, from Smile
7 1958 Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode, from The Great Twenty-Eight
8 1968 The Beatles – Hey Jude
9 1991 Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit, from Nevermind
10 1959 Ray Charles – What'd I Say, from The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings 1952-1959
11 1965 The Who – My Generation, from My Generation
27. Dez. 2010, 10:15 von thomas10http://spydistrict.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/MilesDavisKindofBlue.jpg
1 Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Kind of Blue isn't merely an artistic highlight for Miles Davis, it's an album that towers above its peers, a record generally considered as the definitive jazz album, a universally acknowledged standard of excellence. Why does Kind of Blue posses such a mystique? Perhaps because this music never flaunts its genius. It lures listeners in with the slow, luxurious bassline and gentle piano chords of "So What". From that moment on, the record never really changes pace -- each tune has a similar relaxed feel, as the music flows easily. Yet Kind of Blue is more than easy listening. It's the pinnacle of modal jazz -- tonality and solos build from the overall key, not chord changes, giving the music a subtly shifting quality. All of this doesn't quite explain why seasoned jazz fans return to this record even after they've memorized every nuance. …
21. Nov. 2010, 3:39 von ebisuOn the November 18, 2010 edition of the Magical Mystery Tour, guest host Matt Bruce joined Baby Swiss to present an hour of the big three: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan. The show touched on highlights from throughout the careers of these three great musicians.
1.Elvis Presley - Mystery Train from Sunrise
2.Johnny Cash - I Walk the Line from Complete Sun Singles
3.Johnny Cash - Straight A's in Love from Complete Sun Singles
4.Bob Dylan - Song to Woody from Bob Dylan
5.Bob Dylan - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right from The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan
6.Elvis Presley - Blue Suede Shoes from Elvis Presley
7.Elvis Presley - Hound Dog fromElv1s: 30 #1 Hits
8.Johnny Cash - Five Feet High And Rising from Songs Of Our Soil
9.Johnny Cash - Don't Take Your Guns to Town from The Fabulous Johnny Cash
10.Bob Dylan - Gates of Eden from Bringing It All Back Home
11.Elvis Presley - Tomorrow Is a Long Time from Tomorrow Is A Long Time
15. Aug. 2010, 20:02 von InsaneFloristName your top 10 most played bands on Last.fm:
1) Social Distortion
5) The Presidents of the United States of America
6) Rage Against the Machine
7) Johnny Cash
8) Alley Dukes
9) Jedi Mind Tricks
10) Immortal Technique
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
What was the first song you ever heard by 6?
Oh shit. Probably Guerrilla Radio.
What is your favorite album of 2?
Walk Among Us or Static Age. Both are gold.
What is your favorite lyric that 5 has sung?
Naked and Famous - "I can't explain glacial motion, or why Los Angeles don't drop into the ocean. I can't unfold the layers of mystery. Or piece together the tragedy of history. 'Cause those lucky suckers, they don't have to work. Big 3-D billboards and 30 foot smurfs. And everybody wants to be naked and famous. Everybody wants to be just like me, I'm naked and famous.
How many times have you seen 4 live?
2. Mär. 2010, 18:09 von Carpetbagger513As befitting a stats geek, I'm taking the weekly chart results from Last.fm and using it to keep track of the top picks for each month. This month, there's just the top artists and tracks. It looks like last.fm finally got the albums chart fixed, so with any luck, I'll be able to add that to the monthly updates as well.
Again, if you'd like to stay up to date with the weekly charts for The 9513 group and catch up on daily news, interviews and features on country music and all of its offshoots, bookmark www.the9513.com and visit it daily.
Artist of the Month
1. Miranda Lambert: 110 listeners
2T. George Strait: 94
2T. Johnny Cash: 94
4. Brad Paisley: 86
5T. Carrie Underwood: 85
5T. Lady Antebellum: 85
5T: Gary Allan: 85
8. Reba McEntire: 83
9. Lee Ann Womack: 82
10. Sugarland: 80
11. Dixie Chicks: 78
12T. Martina McBride: 75
12T. Josh Turner: 75
14T. Taylor Swift: 74
14T. Dolly Parton: 74
16T. Alan Jackson: 73
16T. Garth Brooks: 73
18. Trisha Yearwood: 72
19T. Patty Loveless: 70
11. Jul. 2009, 17:34 von hallunke1. The First Cut Is the Deepest - Sheryl Crow
1.a. The First Cut Is The Deepest - Cat Stevens
2. Upside Down - Diana Ross
3. I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash
4. Kings of the Field- Patrice
5. Too Hard To Handle - Otis Redding
6. Throw - Scritti Politti
7. Broken - Mother Tongue
8. In Or Out - Ani DiFranco
9. Given to Fly - Pearl Jam
10. Catch - Kosheen
1. Jul. 2009, 21:29 von mwalkwayHere's an example of country music that is actually good. Real good. Although i consider this album inferior to At Folsom Prison, it does have more recognizable songs on it.
As always with Cash's prison concerts, the audience related extremely well and is extremely receptive. An example of this can be shown when he plays "San Quentin." The audience almost bursts into a riot, and in response Cash promptly plays it once more.
Johnny Cash is an uncompromising artist. He clearly states at the end ofhis rendition of "Wreck of the Old 97" that the TV producers wanted him to perform a certain way, but he was not going to adhere to their ideals and rather play what he wanted to and what the audience wanted to hear.
Overall, a wonderful album. Essential. Definitely pick it up.
Listen To: Wanted Man San Quentin I Walk the Line A Boy Named Sue
28. Jun. 2009, 13:42 von FanMusic2
28. Jun. 2009, 5:48 von EncouragingSlugA friend sent me an invite to emusic.com which included fifty free tracks to start off with. In the hope of helping those navigating the trash and treasure that emusic has to offer, here is a list of the tracks I chose for my fifty free downloads:
Love Will Tear Us Apart
These were from the Joy Division live album Let the Movie Begin. The sound quality on this is, shall we say, variable. Love Will Tear Us Apart is obviously a classic track, no more need be said. Nine Inch Nails did a great cover of Dead Souls on the The Crow soundtrack, which is where I first heard that one. Digital is another track that manages to surive the dismal live recording quality.
A Sadness Song
I couldn't find some the other Current 93 songs I'd like, but the album/compilation Calling For Vanished Faces looks interesting, and I'd like to investigate it further at some stage.
I've got this John Denver song in a songbook for guitar.
I Get Lonesome
Cyanide Breath Mint