Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Aug 26, 2018.
Loving the new Pearl Jam album so far. 4 tracks in, this might already be my favourite album from them in a while. Just finished this track (#3)...
Edit: Shit, track #4 awesome too!
Listening to the LP on my SL-1200 GR, with the analog being converted to digital so I can run it through Gungnir Multibit into my Vali 2. Headphones today = Focal Elex w/ Black Dragon Cable.
Music is sounding better today than it has in the past couple of weeks. *shrugs*
It is Monday again. Day off because Kings Day in NL.
C'mon y'all, suck on some crawfish,sip a lil' white lightnin and do the do si do with a pretty girl. Life dont get much better than that....
BADLY missing being in NOLA for Jazz Fest,Bougeouis Meats in Thibodeaux, Mufalettas from Central Grocery, grilled oysters at Dragos, bar crawls on Frenchmans St...and all the rest....
Staying up late rocking out:
DSHA-3F w/ nickel transformers ==> Auteur really drives it!
Followed up with some Afro Celt:
Plays to Auteur’s biggest strength, rhythmic sense. Definitely not a lullaby
OK, this is (almost, sorta):
One of their best songs. They were having fun...
I heard a cover song years ago I liked and found it included on a CD of 'Best of La Musique de Paris Derniere'. These are all covers played during this French late-night television program, and there were several others I really liked. They released one CD a season and this 'Best Of'. Well I found there's a Spotify playlist that has songs that didn't make it to the 'Best Of'', so was scrolling through to see what was there. Some more good covers, but I came across a track that was 'what the hell was that?'. Extremely low bass, must be below 20 Hz; not dubstep kinda bass, but it sounded like a giant machine that shudders to a halt. It was startling, I thought something had failed in my speaker/subwoofer rig.
If you want to check out what your low end can do, this is a hell of a track.
Today was a quick day. Busy days ahead...
Wow, great find.
Got to show respect to the artists. Music is probably one of the best ways to get a sense of different cultures. Historic or not.
Agreed. This is beautiful music. The kind that you can close your eyes to after a long day's work.
And look at this beautiful message in their youtube video:
Remember, that we all are brothers
All people, beasts, trees and stone and wind
We all descend from the one great being
That was always there
Before people lived and named it
Before the first seed sprouted
Not my normal genre but good song:
Today was chaotic. Tomorrow anything can happen. Time for coffee...
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