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  • Creepshow
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    "Let's Stay Together" by Al Green is an absolute classic.

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  • Vegetable Man
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    The Allman Brothers have got some really underrated stuff. Try Eat A Peach, 1971. Chicago's Chicago Transit Authority (1969) is really good too. Also Who's Next? by The Who

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  • Mineralwater
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    Does anyone know Bonnie Tyler?

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  • someuser190826
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    Just bumping --- if anyone has got any more suggestions I'd really appreciate it. I have got ahold of some samples off iTUNES (I have a load of code certificates ) and I love many of the songs that were listed.

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  • someuser190826
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    I posted this but the song THESE ARMS OF MINE by OTIS REDDING is a really good song! An oldie...

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  • eXaulz
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    Other good songs are;

    Play That Funky Music White Boy - KC and The Sunshine Band
    That's The Way I LIke It - KC and The Sunshine Band
    Just The Two of Us - Al Green

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by Greps View Post
    Green Day - Whatsername
    I love that song..

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  • someuser190826
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    Originally posted by TheMusicMan View Post
    It is all down to personal taste of course, but if you are wanting a total and complete record collection, you should add some music from the Ambient and Progressive Rock genres. Try obtaining some of the following:

    Older Progressive Rock
    Genesis: Trick of the Tail, Seconds Out, And then there were Three
    Pink Floyd: Wish you were here
    Yes: Close to the Edge (classic - one of the best albums of all time)
    Manfred Manns Earth Band: the Roaring Silence

    Recent Progressive Rock
    Frost: Black Light Machine (free mp3 here - http://www.rosfest.com/Sounds_&_MP3/...%20Machine.mp3)
    Syzygy: Moth or Distant Light (available free from their www site)

    Ambient

    Global Communication: Pentamerous Metamorphosis (superb Ambient album)
    Pete Namlook: The Fires of Ork
    Steve Roach: Calm Before the Storm
    Me: Dark (one of my shorter pieces free here http://www.mrjohn.co.uk/music/dark.mp3 )
    Me: Electric Chariot (another of mine http://www.mrjohn.co.uk/music/electric.mp3 )

    Prog Rock is very orchestral in nature and has some superb musical colours and expressions - especially guitar and moog synth work. Ambient, well... little or no lyrics, that music that takes you wherever you want to go really. My fav génre.

    Could name a lot more, but that's several hours worth... happy researching.
    I really like your Electric, know any ambient music along this lines? I like ambient songs too, and would like to expand my collection of these too.

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  • TheMusicMan
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    It is all down to personal taste of course, but if you are wanting a total and complete record collection, you should add some music from the Ambient and Progressive Rock genres. Try obtaining some of the following:

    Older Progressive Rock
    Genesis: Trick of the Tail, Seconds Out, And then there were Three
    Pink Floyd: Wish you were here
    Yes: Close to the Edge (classic - one of the best albums of all time)
    Manfred Manns Earth Band: the Roaring Silence

    Recent Progressive Rock
    Frost: Black Light Machine (free mp3 here - http://www.rosfest.com/Sounds_&_MP3/...%20Machine.mp3)
    Syzygy: Moth or Distant Light (available free from their www site)

    Ambient

    Global Communication: Pentamerous Metamorphosis (superb Ambient album)
    Pete Namlook: The Fires of Ork
    Steve Roach: Calm Before the Storm
    Me: Dark (one of my shorter pieces free here http://www.mrjohn.co.uk/music/dark.mp3 )
    Me: Electric Chariot (another of mine http://www.mrjohn.co.uk/music/electric.mp3 )

    Prog Rock is very orchestral in nature and has some superb musical colours and expressions - especially guitar and moog synth work. Ambient, well... little or no lyrics, that music that takes you wherever you want to go really. My fav génre.

    Could name a lot more, but that's several hours worth... happy researching.
    Last edited by TheMusicMan; Sat 29 Jul '06, 4:19pm.

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  • eXaulz
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    Originally posted by Arunan View Post
    I got ahold of a CD that my aunt has and those are some really good songs! I have heard Can't Take My Eyes off you too -- played it for my ex-gf, lol.
    Hah!

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  • someuser190826
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    Originally posted by eXaulz View Post
    Hmmm, by oldies, do you mean 1950's and such? If so, here you go.
    My Way - Frank Sinatra
    Ney York, New York - Frank Sinatra
    Fly Me To The moon - Frank Sinatra
    Comy Fly With Me - Frank Sinatra
    Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli

    Now, the albums? Some of the Sinatra songs are from 'my way - the best from frank sinatra'. The rest? I'm very sorry but I don't know them.
    I got ahold of a CD that my aunt has and those are some really good songs! I have heard Can't Take My Eyes off you too -- played it for my ex-gf, lol.

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  • eXaulz
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    Originally posted by Arunan View Post
    Maybe even anything from whenever - now, that is famous and good
    I suggest you look for/download Frank Sinatra's songs. I love them all, I'm sure you will too.

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  • Greps
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    Sum 41 - The Hell Song
    Sum 41 - Pieces
    Blink 182 - All the Small Things
    Blink 182 - Dammit
    Blink 182 - What's My Age Again
    Blink 182 - Story of a Lonely Guy
    Green Day - Whatsername

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  • someuser190826
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    Originally posted by eXaulz View Post
    Hmmm, by oldies, do you mean 1950's and such? If so, here you go.
    My Way - Frank Sinatra
    Ney York, New York - Frank Sinatra
    Fly Me To The moon - Frank Sinatra
    Comy Fly With Me - Frank Sinatra
    Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli

    Now, the albums? Some of the Sinatra songs are from 'my way - the best from frank sinatra'. The rest? I'm very sorry but I don't know them.
    Maybe even anything from whenever - now, that is famous and good

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  • eXaulz
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    Hmmm, by oldies, do you mean 1950's and such? If so, here you go.
    My Way - Frank Sinatra
    Ney York, New York - Frank Sinatra
    Fly Me To The moon - Frank Sinatra
    Comy Fly With Me - Frank Sinatra
    Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli

    Now, the albums? Some of the Sinatra songs are from 'my way - the best from frank sinatra'. The rest? I'm very sorry but I don't know them.

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