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I Like MUSIC!!!

Okay, here you go, I can't be aloof about some of my secret tastes in music forever. I'll share this one... for now.

I give you Amethystium.

The Confused one recommends:
Exultation on the Aphelion album
Shadowlands on the Evermind album

Anyone reading this, leave me a recommendation of something to listen to, and I'll endeavour to do so, basically for my own pleasure really.
So think of this VE as a selfish one, for my own entertainment.

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Login to find out (June 4, 2006 at 7:13pm)
Yeah... sure... go for it.
Login to find out (May 31, 2006 at 7:41am)
Bit quiet in here...no?
Login to find out (May 13, 2006 at 2:50pm)
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Login to find out (May 11, 2006 at 7:14am)
Stadium Arcadium.
Two discs, 14 tracks per disc. I've only listened to the first one, since it was only delivered today!

Anyway, the first disc is brilliant! Go buy a copy or (illegally) download.
Login to find out (May 7, 2006 at 7:06pm)
Also like to announce that my copy is now officially in the post: www.play.com

Syda ;) : Nope, no acrobats. Just music. Sorry.
Login to find out (April 29, 2006 at 7:49am)
Just like to announce, I got my copy in the post today!!!

The album cover design and art is worth the price alone (with sterooscopic lenses provided for enhanced 3D visuals... ooooooh, fancy).

As for the music, well, it is Tool so one can only expect and receive quality.
Login to find out (April 8, 2006 at 6:48pm)
I just got Massive Attack's "Collected, The Best of" double CD set.

Woo hoo.

I saw them live in Brixton academy once. They had this screen where they were trying to be all futuristic, sci-fi and modern. There was this set of text where data was being highlighted in sporadic phases. After close inspection my friend and I realised it was a PDB (protein data bank) file. This is a file where the data involves three dimensional coordinates, as well as phi and psi angles of various atomic bonds. The idea is to use this file with appropriate protein structural programs to get a functional 3D picture of a particular protein. My point is , I go to concerts to get away from work, not to have it shoved in my face! Ruined the narcotic buzz I was on. Not that I condone drugs of any sort, mind you.

Anyway, I got Massive Attack's Collected, The Best Of album. Go me!!!
Login to find out (April 2, 2006 at 6:58pm)
I, for one, CANNOT wait: images-eu.amazon.com
Login to find out (April 1, 2006 at 4:04pm)

look up Linton Kewsi Johnson one cool Jamaican poet | musician in a Ingland writing about street life and social justice in da place ... sound bites and songs available on the net..
Login to find out (March 27, 2006 at 4:12pm)
"Step out the front door like a ghost into the fog,
Where no one notices the contrast of white on white.

And in between the moon and you the angels get a better view,
Of the crumbling difference between wrong and right

I walk in the air between the rain through myself and back again,
Where? I don?t know.
Maria says she?s dying through the door I hear her crying,
Why? I don?t know

Round here we always stand up straight,
Round here something radiates."

Round Here by The Counting Crows, (Album: August and Everything After)
Login to find out (March 10, 2006 at 11:18am)
amethystium: barefoot/autumn interlude......fab!
Login to find out (March 10, 2006 at 10:47am)
I enjoyed amethystium...thankz for the link...Where is the confusion?!
Login to find out (March 10, 2006 at 8:08am)
I should start charging a premium for my high quality flattery.

"For the price of a cheap bagel (from Benjy's), a 6"Sub-sandwich, a can of Rola-Cola and a toothbrush, get your ego stroked by ConfusedFella."
Login to find out (March 10, 2006 at 8:06am)
Shazia: why am I not surprised that you like (let alone heard of) Lemon Jelly... a fascinatingly contemporary woman such as yourself would have your finger on the pulse of modern culture no doubt!
Login to find out (March 10, 2006 at 8:03am)
Bleeeeach: The album Odonata has a great use of the tabla in there.

And I wouldn't say 'monkey' to them, they sound more advanced, like a chimp such as a Bonobo.

Talking of Bonobo, may I recommend their music: www.bonobomusic.com to anyone that's bothered.
Login to find out (March 9, 2006 at 5:14pm)
Agreed re. Lemon Jelly. In the summer, you should make an effort to go to the Jazz Cafe picnics in the park. I've heard LJ in Richmond and also on Hampstead Heath - the sun was shining and it was absolutely brilliant. A whole day of chilled relaxing music with lots of food too.

Life was good
Login to find out (March 8, 2006 at 10:11pm)
For happy, cheery, relaxing music, may I suggest Lemon Jelly: www.lemonjelly.ky.

I mean, even their name makes me cheery and fills me with joy.
Login to find out (March 8, 2006 at 4:24pm)
relaxing music - you will love this (i hope):

eleni karaindraou - ulysses' gaze (it's the soundtrack to the film ulysses' gaze) and is brilliant
Login to find out (March 7, 2006 at 11:09pm)
I know this is taking you into a completely new direction, if you want to listen to something soothing, click on the second last song-thumri pilu.