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Mechadon, March 14, 2017 in Everything Else
Going Up The Country
This is an enjoyable cover of the Canned Heat classic by a Hungarian band.
[A bit of trivia: The song was composed in 1928 by Henry Thomas under the title Bull Doze Blues. Canned Heat popularized the song by performing it at Woodstock in 1969.]
I felt like listening to The Murder City Devils tonight, particularly their album "In Name and Blood". Right now I'm on Demon Brother. If you're into older rock and or punk, they should fit right up your alley. I have quite a few memories attached to their music, so I might be more sentimental about the band then most, and honestly this album wrenches my soul, but they're worth a listen.
This old elevator music gem that came with Windows Vista
@Misty: Hell. Yes.
Welcome to the Machine is one of the great songs from one of the great albums from one of the great bands.
"Welcome my son ...."
I can fly like a bird in the sky
Hey, and I can buy anything that money can buy
Oh, I can turn a river into a raging fire
I can live forever if I so desire
Unimportant are all the things I can do'Cause I can't get next to you
You can have your fortune told
You can learn the meaning of soul
There ain't no such thing as time
Incense in the air, peace signs painted everywhere
I guarantee you this place will blow your mind
Music so high, you can't get over it, so low, you can't get under it
Right around the corner
Oh yeah just across the track
People I'm talking about the psychedelic shack
@joepallai fuck yeah Kyuss <3
This is page 314 so let's listen to some Keen shit
I realized that this animation was created in 2003, 12 years after Keen was released. And it has been 18 years since that time. So now I feel fucking old
Transylvania Boogie (from Zappa's Chunga's Revenge album).
I'm The Slime (from Zappa's Over-Nite Sensation album).
Dirty Love (from Zappa's Over-Nite Sensation album).
A live version that actually rivals the studio version.
@Doom_Dude: Holy Cow! That is a fantastic rendition of Paganini's Caprice #24!
@Doom_Dude: I'll see your Caprice #24 and raise you one La Campanella.
[An alternative version for piano by Liszt.]
Camille Saint-Saëns - Danse Macabre
No matter one's station in life, the Danse Macabre unites all.
Rondo Alla Turca- Mozart
One of my all-time favorite pieces of music. Such sweet simplicity, it makes me want to weep.
Fuckin' genius, that Amadeus guy.
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