Once again: what are you listening to now? Part 2.

Discussion in 'Musical Goodness' started by afterlife2, Aug 16, 2016.

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    They were auditioning drummers out here and I couldn't talk my buddy into trying out. I think they would have loved him. Very, very good drummer. How cool would that have been?

    But yeah, their first album was the best, imo. I like the groove Dave puts down. Simple, but very tasty.
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    The Tuba Skinny Jazz Band

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    Highly Suspect - My Name Is Human

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    I love a good play on words and this song's got one. Today, I took delivery of a brand new Monolith 10" THX Ultra certified subwoofer. My very own Big 10 Inch. In honor, I humbly offer this audio jewel from Aerosmith.

    This is back when Stephen Tyler shopped in the men's department.
    AEROSMITH BIG 10 INCH Released in 1975 Performance from 2001

    The Monolith is so heavy I am somewhat ashamed I had to call my son-in-law to help me get it out of the box/crate. Its slick, it comes with its own pair of white gloves.
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    I've never heard of anyone wanting more french horn. Hollerin' for some more cowbell, now that I've heard of. Needing more cowbell is a common occurance. I learn something every day. :)
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    Yeah, I love music that includes a lot of french horn. The more the merrier as far as I am concerned. In "Kiss From A Rose", I love the oboe and strings score. But if I were arranging the music, then I would have done much more w/the french horns. Especially, with the crescendos throughout. I also love how Micheal Kamen handled the french horns in the Robin Hood Soundtrack. He is an absolute genius musically speaking.


    Cheers,

    Phil

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