i'm gonna suggest some music for you, and then you can suggest some for me

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  1. David A Sercel

    David A Sercel TPF Noob!

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    Some of my favorites…

    J.S. Bach:
    Fantasy and Fugue in G Minor BWV 542 (Franz Liszt’s arrangement for piano)
    Tocatta and Fugue in D minor BWV 538
    Prelude and Fugue in G major BWV 541
    Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major BWV 564
    Passacaglia and Fugue in c minor BWV 582
    Fugue in G minor BWV 578
    Goldberg Variations
    Cello Suites, BWV 1007-1012

    Beethoven:
    Violin Concerto in D major Opus 61

    W.A. Mozart:
    Serenade K. 361
    Symphony No.25, K.183
    Piano Concerto In D Minor, K 466


    Fredric Chopin:
    Prelude, Opus 28 No. 4
    Etude, Opus 25 No. 12
    Etude, Opus 10 No. 12
    Polonaise in A Flat Major, Opus 53
    Piano Concerto No. 2
    Raindrop Prelude

    Franz Liszt:
    Don Giovanni Fantasy (after Mozart)
    Fantasia and Fugue on B-A-C-H
    Transcendental Etudes Numbers 4 and 11
    Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
    Rigoletto Paraphrase
    Mephisto Waltz
    Piano Sonata in B minor (especially the recording played by Vladimir Horowitz)
    Rakoczy March
    Reminiscences de Robert le Diable

    David


     
  2. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    O.A.R. (Of A Revolution)

    All the songs on the CD "The Wanderer", but especially the song "That was a crazy game of poker"

    You can listen to it here on their site...just go to the OfaRevolution Player at the bottom and choose the album then the song.

    http://www.ofarevolution.com/site2003/index.html
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    I just noticed that they cut the second part of the song off...that really sucks.
     
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    I like these people, maybe you have heard of them, maybe not. Anyways i feel like they really have a message to their music and its worth a listen.

    Snow
    Vanilla Ice
    Joey Lawence
    Milli Vanilli
    Lindsey Lohan
    Guns and Roses (Thier new stuff w/ Axel)
    Ah Ha
    Tears for Fears
    Nick Lachey
    the GoGo's
    Violent Femmes
    Green Jello
    (Insert Any) Spice girl's solo stuff
    Ringo Starr (solo)
    Corey Feldman's rock
    Eddie Murphy's song
    Paris Hilton
    The Wonders
    The Hansons
    Minuto
    the Jackson 5
    The 86 Bears song
    2 Live Crew
    Hammer
    And the Partridge Family

    I seriously think everyone should give a couple of these artists some play. Because they are all talented and have something meaningful to say.
     
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    Rise against, Primus, Minor threat, Reverand Horton Heat, Tiger army.
     
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    Beatles:
    Two Of Us
    (or anything they wrote) :lmao:

    George Harrison:
    Wah Wah
     
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    :biglaugh:
     
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    Carlita, try some Aimee Mann. Her last 2 solo albums are great, and her voice is flawless. Her stuff is quiet and beautiful.

    Michael Penn, Resigned. He's married to Aimee Mann, brother to Sean Penn (actor). Extremely talented pop/rock kinda guy.

    And I think everyone should listen to the Beatles. Period. Without them, most of the other stuff mentioned in this thread wouldn't exist.

    Beatles-related:
    All Things Must Pass, George Harrison, get the re-issue for better sound.
    McCartney, Paul McCartney. An oldie but it will make you cry. :thumbup: In a good way, I mean.

    Individually, the members of the Beatles are amazingly gifted.....collectively, they took over the planet. ;) Keep that in mind while you sift through the mind-numbing catalog of work.

    Anything by Supergrass. Cheeky lads.

    Oh, another nod to the 60's: If you're in the mood for something completely different: get the newly released "Smile" by Brian Wilson. Fergit the Beach Boys. ;) This is practically a concerto, masquerading as a pop record. It's simply the damndest thing you'll ever hear, and it takes a few listens to get down with it. But it's worth it!
     
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    that would be something / every night :thumbup: hell the whole album!
     
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    hell yeah dude... I love the agony scene.... I had my top 5 current cds about to post and i saw this :)... i didn't think anyone on here would like any of them or even have heard of them :lol:


    Just some recent CDs I've really liked and have been listening to a lot recenlty and figured I'd see if anyone else likes them, and if not... check them out! Good stuff

    1) Bullet for My Valentine - Self Titled EP
    2) Norma Jean - O' God, The Aftermath
    3) The Red Chord - Clients
    4) The Agony Scene - The Darkest Red
    5) Burnt By the Sun - Soundtrack to the Personal Revolution

    yeah #5 is an older CD, but i like it a lot more than their newest album, and i've been listening to it recently
     

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