cpj wrote: »
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cpj wrote: »
There's but a few Rolling Stones songs I can handle. Never was a fan. Yeah, they were mainly before my time, but I like a lot of music that was before my time. Steve Miller is just....strange. Some stuffs ok, some was obviously penned in a drug induced stupor.
Antonio wrote: »
Nice selections....agree with many of them.
In my mind comes "Good times bad times" (Led Zeppelin), "Highway to hell" (AC/DC) and "Daughter" (Pearl Jam).
Axe wrote: »
Just like my life, I did it my way.
I'll admit that music had an influence on me when I was younger, but the tunes that made my spirit soar back then just make me feel old, now, because they don't, any more. I no longer seek escape from the things I don't want to deal with, in music. Nowadays, I still enjoy Hank Williams tunes for their very simple poetry, a little bit of powerful classical music, some old blue grass, and many of the old favorites of classic Rock 'n Roll. But they don't inspire me - I just like a simple, well crafted tune that doesn't require me to jump up and start wiggling my considerable ass, or play air guitar...basically, just souped up elevator music.
Oh yeah...I dig the crooners. A little Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Mel Torme and a whole lotta Sinatra.