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spo posted:

More spring cleaning music, Anthony Braxton - Montreal/Berlin Concerts, Dream Theater - Distance Over Time, Eric Dolphy - Out to Lunch, Candlemass - Ancient Dreams and Edvard Grieg -Complete Works for String Orchestra by Dausgaard.

I am a very big Eric Dolphy fan. Are you familiar with The Quest? It was originally a Mal Walrdon album that was repackaged later as an Eric Dolphy album. Ron Carter is phenomenal on it.

napacat posted:
billhike posted:
napacat posted:
jcocktosten posted:

Pure pop.  BTS.  Although a straight 47 year old man, I admit I have a crush on them

How can you listen to this...it is brutal.  There is no musical talent at all in this. Surprising.  

Way to GET ALONG.

I think the music is brutal.  I need to like what he likes to get along?

You could try not shitting on something that someone said they enjoy, hypocrite. 

billhike posted:
napacat posted:
billhike posted:
napacat posted:
jcocktosten posted:

Pure pop.  BTS.  Although a straight 47 year old man, I admit I have a crush on them

How can you listen to this...it is brutal.  There is no musical talent at all in this. Surprising.  

Way to GET ALONG.

I think the music is brutal.  I need to like what he likes to get along?

You could try not shitting on something that someone said they enjoy, hypocrite. 

Considering they are breaking virtually every single chart record including ones held by the Beatles - I think they will survive Napacat's criticism

spo posted:

El Cajon prog legends return after 25 years.

Just so much that I love about that line.  Just the juxtaposition of words like El Cajon (suburb in East County San Diego), prog, and legends.  Any combination of the three makes me laugh.  

But keeping with the Sweet Home San Diego love, I've been listening to a lot of Unwritten Law and Blink 182 lately for some reason.  Late 90's pop punk is pretty much my favorite music in the world right now.  

azwiese posted:
spo posted:

El Cajon prog legends return after 25 years.

Just so much that I love about that line.  Just the juxtaposition of words like El Cajon (suburb in East County San Diego), prog, and legends.  Any combination of the three makes me laugh.  

But keeping with the Sweet Home San Diego love, I've been listening to a lot of Unwritten Law and Blink 182 lately for some reason.  Late 90's pop punk is pretty much my favorite music in the world right now.  

AZWeise, they were big in Europe and probably rocked SOMA with at least 25 people a few times.

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