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What's your music mood today ? Fill in daily according to your mood !

#1 User is offline   Chamaco 

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Posted 2006-March-28, 04:25

Today my music mood is

Flip your wig - Husker Du
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Posted 2006-March-28, 04:43

Flower Duet Lakme
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Posted 2006-March-28, 05:37

The song by Bob Marley that has the line "I don't like cricket, I love it!" in.

Although given our pathetic defeat to the Indians this morning, maybe not!
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Posted 2006-March-28, 06:13

"Crying in the rain" (AHA) and when the 1. song is over I will switch to "I am what I am" (Gloria Gaynor).
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Posted 2006-March-28, 09:11

Schubert Piana Sonatas. (Murray Perahia, as always by him these are great recordings.) Not sure what this says about my mood, though.
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Posted 2006-March-28, 09:12

Ray LaMontagne's Joline and Dan Reeder's There are a few of my favorite things
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Posted 2006-March-28, 09:37

Volare, the compliation dual CD effort of the Gipsy Kings
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Posted 2006-March-28, 15:44

Starman - David Bowie
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Posted 2006-March-28, 17:47

Just came back from Tango dancing, therefore...

Osvaldo Fresedo's "Vida mia", the version with Dizzie Gillespie on a trumpet solo...

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Posted 2006-March-29, 01:27

"Symphonie Fantastique" (Hector Berlioz)
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Posted 2006-March-30, 03:05

cherdano, on Mar 28 2006, 04:11 PM, said:

Schubert Piana Sonatas. (Murray Perahia, as always by him these are great recordings.) Not sure what this says about my mood, though.

I love them as well, but my recordings are nearly all of Brendel playing.
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Posted 2006-March-30, 10:12

Today Hendrix and ACDC and may some Floyd. Wish you were here.
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Posted 2006-March-30, 10:58

Do What You Do (Trentemoller Remix) - Yoshimoto

Some proper bleepy squelch for a thursday.

Sun Rising - The Beloved

Ambient deepness for the soul

This Mess We're In - PJ Harvey with Thom Yorke

Melancholy sexy
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Posted 2006-March-30, 12:45

The whole CD of Rebekka Bakken: "the art of how to fall"
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Posted 2006-March-30, 13:08

FrancesHinden, on Mar 30 2006, 11:05 AM, said:

cherdano, on Mar 28 2006, 04:11 PM, said:

Schubert Piana Sonatas. (Murray Perahia, as always by him these are great recordings.) Not sure what this says about my mood, though.

I love them as well, but my recordings are nearly all of Brendel playing.

Oh I have some by Brendel, too (and love them).
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Posted 2006-March-30, 14:50

Scene of a Perfect Crime- Concrete Blonde
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Posted 2006-March-30, 15:12

Metamorphosis - Philip Glass
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Posted 2006-March-30, 15:53

janis, 'cheap thrills'
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Posted 2006-March-30, 16:06

"The closest thing to crazy", Katie Melua
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Posted 2006-March-31, 08:17

Beastie Boys-Hold It Now
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