Discussion in 'Music' started by iBrian, Apr 7, 2006.
Bali Ha'i from South Pacific, performed by Juanita Hall
Blue on Black is on in the background.
A plaintive prayer for USA & world from Terry Kath - "Tell Me"
Mama, I'm Coming Home by Ozzy Osbourne is on in the background.
Listening to Fire in the Heart and other tracks by Siberian Meat Grinder.
Father and Son by (the former) Cat Stevens.
Civil rights, the war ain't over till it is over.
Gimme Three Steps by Lynard Skynard is on in the background.
George Thorogood with Elvin Bishop
Hysteria by Def Leppard just finished and Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire by Jimi Hendrix has started.
Been enjoying this song for a bit, even though I don't listen to this band a lot - I really like this song - they do have some good stuff.
Paint It Black by the (un)known group The Rolling Stones.
Classic rock station...l
Low Spark of High Heeled Boys by Traffic is going on in the background (classic rock!)
Bring back some memories to the OFs?
Wild Horses by the "unknown" band The Rolling Stones just started.
Crystal Ball by the "unknown" band Styx is on in the background.
Bit of business in the White House last night (MI6 thing, don't ask, can't say).
As I crept by the Oval Office, I heard this:
Celebrate Me Home by Kenny Loggins is on in the background ("celebrating" Veterans Day/Armistice Day.)
I know, few know/remember the ballad.
Kirtan, kirtan and more kirtan. I do listen to some Christian Contemporary music (mostly old school). Anything Krishna Das, Govind das & Radha, Snatam Kaur, and others.
I stopped listening to secular music; it just doesn't really interest me anymore. There are a lot of it that I still love, and I have no problem hearing it, but I no longer seek it out to listen to it anymore.
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