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FAVOURITE MUSIC

PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2004 22:50 pm
by capricorn
hi users of alfa lima int. great messageboard :ahowy:
to have some more action here and perhaps to exchange
opinions about music (blues, rock, polka, classic or whatever)
please tell me, or better to all, about your favourite music.
single, album, singer, group ........
a song I loved in my younger years and I love him today
as in the past ... always pumpin' up the volume
GOLDEN EARRING - RADAR LOVE
:horay:
cds there are a lot I prefer - I choose one of many
PINK FLOYD - WISH YOU WERE HERE :thumpup:
don't know who's the best but mainly I prefer
rockmusic from the past
DOORS, HENDRIX, PINK FLOYD, DEEP PURPLE
but also new stuff like
BLACK CROWES, LENNY KRAVITZ
and as a pirate radio listener I learned to love some
polkas too.... hahaha
so I lay back, have some beer and wait for your
favourites
:beerparty:
greets cappi
:veryhi

THE BEST MUSIC

PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2004 16:57 pm
by ON AIR
HELLO C.
SINGLE: S T O N E S / HONKY TONK WOMAN
:horay:
ALBUM: L E D Z E P P E L I N / II (INCL.WHOLE LOTTA LOVE)
NO SPECIAL FAVE. I LOVE SOUTHERNROCK
:beerparty:
LYNYRD SKYNYRD,ALLMAN BROTHER,MOLLY HATCHET,ZZ TOP
HOPE A LOT GIVE YOU REPLY. :thumpup: IMPORTANT TOPIC TO ME.
73
F.

No. 3 my music

PostPosted: Mon Sep 27, 2004 16:38 pm
by frank
Ok let me be the Number Three in this topic
I love THE BEATLES Singles and Albums and
Hardrock of the 70s like BLACK SABBATH,
DEEP PURPLE, LED ZEPPELIN, URIAH HEEP,
THIN LIZZY, SCORPIONS and I love the
Pirate Songs of the Dutch Stations as well.
There is no special favourite song.
You're never to old to Rock 'n Roll :lol:
frank

PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2004 08:14 am
by Glowbug
I like paying Inde stuff on the air. Give the bands an audience that the commercial stations wouldn't give the time of day to :D

DIFFICULT TO FIND MUSIC

PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2004 15:44 pm
by Guest
I AM TRYING TO FIND A COUPLE OF DUTCH TRACKS WHICH USED TO BE PLAYED ON THE OFFSHORE STATIONS IN THE 70S. I ALREADY HAVE TRACKS BY BANDS LIKE KAYAK, EARTH AND FIRE, BOLLAND AND BOLLAND, BUT I HAVE SEARCHED IN VAIN FOR

EMILY STARR - NO NO NO SHERIFF, FORMER MI AMIGO HIT TIP
HENNY VRIENTEN - WANDERING IN THE DARK

ANYONE HAVE THESE???

JACK

PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2004 21:02 pm
by capricorn
hi friends, great to read about your taste in music. thank you !

@ ON AIR: HONKY TONK WOMAN - one of my favourites too, hear it loud and play your airguitar hahaha; ZZ TOP latest CD MESCALERO very fine rock

@ frank: love your stuff too - all on cd

@ Glowbug: let's hear some names of your inde groups (what style ?)

@ Jack Russel: hope some of our dutch friends can help you

so thanks again and I hope some more pirate radio friends and pirates will write down their music favourites at this place.
:veryhi
cappi

PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 09:05 am
by Glowbug
capricorn wrote:@ Glowbug: let's hear some names of your inde groups (what style ?)


Classical, New-Age and Alternative. Here is my directory list for those:

2nd_Verse
Aaron_Loveland
Aerling
After_Dark
Alan_Parsons
AutoGhash
Ben_Carnet
Bladesrage
BlockBastards
Bryn_Badel
Daniel_Cox
Downcast
FESCENNINE_NEWBORNE
Freeze_Flow
Gary_Tucker
Gidget_Queeb
Graham_J_Crane
Hash
Heavy_Meadows
JasonJ.biz
John_Gilliat
Magnus_Hirschfelds_Jahrbuch_für_Sexuelle_Zwichenstufen
Maphive
Mary_Wanna_Smile
Mazo
Mike_Oldfield_-_Tubular_Bells
Miles_A
Nachbaur_Fred
Nervegasm
NiVozNiVoto
Paco_Ibanez
Politicide
Pomo
Por_Hablar
Rashid_Fanine
SOS
Scott_Kerr_Kerby
Sucha_Zalewski
Tankard
Textura
The_Geflings
The_One_Eyed_Bishops
Tim_Meils
We_Are_Plankton
1_Part_Harmony
ASID
Aaron_Bewza
Anderson_and_Brown
Andy_dE
Keelaghan_James
Sons_of_Daughters
Spitfire_Band
Alkan_Shostakovich
Bach
Bantok
Chopin
Deuter
Dvorak
Eric_Satie
Faure
Gershwin
Greig
Grigory_Skolov
Haydn
John_Renbourn
Jordi_Savall
Julius_Katchen
Lang_Lang
Manitas_de_Plata
Mikhail_Pletnev
Mozart
Rachmanioff
Schubert
Schumann
Shostakovich
Steven_Halpern
Strauss
Stravinski
Vivaldi
Vollenweider_Andreas
Wagner

Aaron Bwza, Andy dE and Bryn Badel are *most* impressive and their stuff can be found at http://www.iuma.com

Music List

PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2004 23:32 pm
by Robin Banneville
Here is a very brief list of groups or artists that I've either brought CD's by, or listened to and enjoyed, over the last few months. Pink Floyd are by far the best group of all time... in my opinion, (Floyds best song being "Confortably Numb"). All the other artists in this list are in no particular order. I've not really got a favorite 'type' of music, I just enjoy what takes my mood at the time.

Pink Floyd
Clannad
Tori Amos
Kate Bush
Mylene Farmer
Barclay James Harvest
Rolling Stones
Beatles
Dire Straits
Bob Dylan
Country Joe and The Fish
Ultravox
Mary Black
Francis Black
Dolores Keane
Simon and Garfunkel
Jean-Michel Jarre
Vangelis
Enigma
Kitaro
No Doubt
Velvet Underground
Carter USM
Ozzy Osbourne
Rush
Small Faces
The Kinks
Sandie Shaw
Mamas and Papas

This list is just off the top of my head... I've got loads of other stuff, some MOR and some more obscure, but it would take all day to type it out.

73's Robin

push the topic

PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2004 18:58 pm
by capricorn
hi glowbug + robin b., hi to the others :ahowy: ,
at first thanks Mkae:friend for lists you put in. I'm wondering how many
people read this topic. so to all readers :pirate-book: , come on and post
your favourite music. you see, a lot are curious on it. thanx.
@GLOWBUG
I know only a few, but I try listening to the one
or other in special record store, when I'm in.
by the way you heard already the new cd of ALAN PARSONS ?
can you tell something about it ? :-k
@ROBIN B.
I know the most of your music and have cds from the half of
them. PINK FLOYD for me also one of the greatest. timeless
music. I will prefer a reggea version from DARK SIDE OF THE
MOON to you. published in 2003 by a band called EASY STAR
ALL-STARS from the usa.
keep on rockin'....
:horay:
cappi

Re: push the topic

PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2004 21:51 pm
by Robin Banneville
capricorn wrote:I will prefer a reggea version from DARK SIDE OF THE
MOON to you. published in 2003 by a band called EASY STAR
ALL-STARS from the usa.


Hi Cappi, :ahowy:

I too have a copy of Easy Star All-Stars' version of Dark Side of the Moon (or "Dub" Side of the Moon, as they call it). I listen to it from time to time and find it a good change from always listening to the original. :)

I've also got a version of Dark Side by "Out of Phase". Have you ever heard of that? It's not as laid back as All-Stars version, but again, a good curiosity. :roll:

73's Cappi 8) and let's rock.
RAO ....... Robin

dark side of the moon

PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 20:43 pm
by capricorn
hi robin :ahowy: ,
never heard of OUT OF PHASE - but I try to listen to them
(and surely buy it, when it's a "good one"). thanx.
I have another cover album of DARK SIDE... and it's called
THE MOON REVISITED. each track is played by another
band (prog groups like CAIRO, SHADOW GALLERY, MAGELLAN,
ENCHANT). most of them covered nearly 1:1. good stuff =D> but
it's not a must. published 1995 magna carta/roadrunner records.
keep on rockin' ](*,)
8)
cappi

music for Glowbug

PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2005 19:21 pm
by Aaron Bewza
Hi! This is for Glowbug.... thank you for your flattering words about me! I thought I'd stop in and let you know where you can find my new music... I've had a webpage at soundclick.com now for quite a while and there's 65 songs for free download or just to listen to. here's a link for you to get there:
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/3/aaronbewza.htm
Have a great day!
Aaron

PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2005 16:27 pm
by Guest
Heavy Metal! I also like good old-style rock. I think listening to music should be an emotional excperience. You put on your current fav album and just enjoy. A couple of times I have "rediscovered" my really old albums and just sat entire evenings playing old goodies =)