Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by gingergenius, Mar 13, 2008.
7/10 loving the flute
What a man definitely learning this
9/10 haha that's unreal.
6/10 for the song, love the video with the one off misfits & combo/ tommy the tit.
same title (ish), different sound:
7/10, nice song. Makes me feel more relaxed
Hey, Charles. Welcome back. Love that era, very cool. 9/10. Wonder if he worked with Grace Jones - sounded a bit like move up to the bumper.
Just about got to the end. Too many words, too slow, too earnest. Plus any woman would have alarm bells going off with that amount of grief! 5/10.
Same thing in half the time ... and the guy gets over it:
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7/10 - Liked this alot got me back in the mood for more Dire Straits actually.
Strange one but I love it.
Love Waits, but not that one - not really strange! Honestly, I don't enjoy the music. 5/10.
The secret to a man's happiness:
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suppose its alright 6/10
How about this as a soundtrack http://youtu.be/6ajCzhIBUWQ
I like Tiesto ...but a bit teenage disco the first link was 6/10
That's ok, 7/10. Really surprised at the big success he had in film.
Lawrence of Arabia:
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Jeez - so depressing, shtove. 10/10.
Nirvana get rickrolled - it's all about 4/4 time:
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ps. check out Rick's moves at 2:35 v the cheerleader!
Music in 7/4 time - try the clapping. The Springboks can't do it:
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clapping was fine till it changed the rhythm after about 40 seconds and I got confused. 6/10
hungover and this helps
Hi Ginger. Welcome back. It lives!
Nice atmosphere. I used to do plenty of 6am sunsets on the shore. 7/10.
Most famous 7/4 of all time. Best way for me to follow the rhythm is tap it out on the fingers: 1234,123 + 1234,123 + .... The Brubek one is rapid fire - say the numbers out loud fast and you'll make it all the way through. This one is slow - starts with 7 beats in the bass line, but changes to 4 beats in the solo because the guitarist (dave gilmore?) couldn't handle it (no problem for the guy on sax):
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interesting listening to that song in a completely different way to how i have the 000s f times I've heard it before. never ever learnt about musical theory, would be nice to know something more (i tend to think purely in bpm) 9/10.
here's some hiphop. a lot of people who don't get proper hiphop don't understand the culture behind and don't appreciate the skill in both the beatmaking and the rhyming. this one's a cracker of a beat, and the rhyming is up there with the best. search youtube for 'rhyming columns' if you want to understand how 'good' lyrics are produced.
for now, just listen to the amount of vowel sounds that are rhymed. almost every word:
That's ok. You hear the piano at the start, and it comes back at the very end. Why doesn't it carry through the song? No reason. The only variation is through special effects. Apart from that it's 4/4 with vocal rhymes on end vowels - some of them are interesting, but stringing together words that end in -y doesn't do it for me. Not enough variation by real musicians, so 6/10.
Are rhyming columns any different from David Bowie cutting up words and pasting them together randomly?
BPM is a big thing in jazz, no problem if there's variation. Not a fan of jazz, but I heard this for the first time today - old news to Charles:
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Dizzy is a legend, thank you for putting up some great jazz. Its only rival being Armstrong's great:
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Never really liked it. A bit mundane.
Decent tune relaxing but I don't think really peaks though :/
Was drinking at a guys last night and he had a massive old Vinyl collection and this came on...few cans listening to this cant be beaten.
Bump de bump.
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