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Posted: 14-May-2004, 05:01 PM
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Here is My Cd collection, it's small

I have The Doobie Brothers Greatest Hits I love the 70's

Americas Greatest Hits these are my all time fav group and have been since I was 14

No Dought= cause she did a good remake of It's My LIfe, the rest is blah, complaint rock

Junior Senior they have a good beat, my bird likes them

Elton John= Although I got the wrong one and dont like it

Simply Red good voice, has good remakes

Dido=White Flag I heard this song when in Fl, it clicks with me

now I am after James Taylor Crosby Still and Nash for the moment


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Posted: 14-May-2004, 09:09 PM
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I am mostly into Folk and Ballads, whether it is Irish, Scottish, Early American or Native American or even some of the Pops.

Why, that is a good question. I think this is because of the type of music I grew up with and for a second, there are a lot of old songs that people know the chorus to but do not know the story line. And this saddens me that so much is lost. sad.gif


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Posted: 14-May-2004, 09:28 PM
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hmmm...let's see...

Metallica(mostly pre-black album)

VNV nation

kenny rogers

hank williams jr&sr

the outlaws(merl haggard, johnny cash, willie nelson, waylon jennings, george jones)

Irish pub tunes

loreena Mckennit

enya

geez...I could go on...but eh



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Posted: 14-May-2004, 10:19 PM
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My CD collection? Why it is huge! I cannot even begin to list it. It is eclectic. Here is a nutshell listing
Celtic-Enya, Loreena McKennitt, Cheiftains, Waterboys, Old Blind Dogs and Andy M Stewart, to name a few
I also have jazz and rock. My boys have learned to love classic rock, from listening to my stuff.
We also have an extensive collection of contemporary christian music, including Edens Bridge.


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Posted: 14-May-2004, 10:24 PM
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I grew up on music from (merl haggard, johnny cash, willie nelson, waylon jennings)
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Posted: 14-May-2004, 10:35 PM
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I have A-Z CD's from Alanis to ZZ Top all kinds from Rock(alternative, classic and metal) to Country to Classical to Electronica

Like BB King has said there are 2 kinds of music the good kind and the bad kind, I like the good kind. tongue.gif


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Posted: 14-May-2004, 11:07 PM
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QUOTE (mercyforme @ May 14 2004, 10:24 PM)
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I grew up on music from (merl haggard, johnny cash, willie nelson, waylon jennings)
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Yep. I grew up listening to them and hank sr and doug kershaw(sammy's dad) as well as three dog night, credence clear water revival, the doors and soo many other great bands.
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Posted: 15-May-2004, 12:42 PM
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Wow.. to list all the music i have.. would take a very long time.. So I will run off some of the artist that I have

Kiss ( every album)
Siouxsie and the banchees
The cure
No doubt
Metallica
Slayer
The chieftains
Steeleye span
Jethro Tull
The beatles
The rolling stones
Bahause
The clash
Sex pistols
Carole King
John Denver
Prince
Samanth Fox
Depeche Mode
Madonna
Megadeth
Doro/Warlock
King Diamond
Sting
The Police
Eve
Missy elliot
Alison Krausse
Red hot chili peppers
Mozart
vivaldi
Bach
Silly wizard
Tannahill weavers
Battlefield band
TLC
Tori Amos
Def laeppard
Motley Crue
Morrisey
The smiths
The pouges
The Pixis
Sisters of mercy
KMFDM
My life with the thrill kill kult
Faster pussycat
Kenny rodgers
Arlo guthrie
Johnny Cash
Nine Inch Nails
Paul cole
U2
Capercallie
Dougie Maclean
Heather Dale
Great big sea
Seamus kennedy
Seven nations
Poison
Brides of destruction
Hole
Pet shop boys
Erasure
Revolting C**ks
The creatures
Louis Armstrong
The andrew sisters
Frank sinatra
Maddy prior and Tim hart
Patty Griffin
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra
The white stripes
Jet
Faith No mOre
Mr. Bungle
Mel torme'
Dar williams
Cry cry cry
REM


That's all I can tink of off the top of m'head....


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  Posted: 15-May-2004, 01:00 PM
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Holy moly, Barddas!

I never thought I'd hear anyone own up to owning a Hole CD. A question: Does Courtney Love's ickiness permeate through the speakers? I just have to look at her and I want to go for a delousing.

My CD collection, as best as I can recall:

Guns N' Roses
Metallica
Pearl Jam
Beastie Boys
Queen
John Lee Hooker
Garth Brooks
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Izzy Stradlin & The Ju Ju Hounds
Drowning Pool
Limp Bizkit
Eminem
Kid Rock
Linkin Park
Hooked on Classics
Pantera
Aerosmith

That's all I can remember right now. My DVD collection is better.


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Posted: 15-May-2004, 04:03 PM
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I have over 600 cd's and about 40-50 that I can't classify under a name, so they won't be included on this list. If multiple albums are from the artist, a number will follow.


AC/DC 6
Beegie Adair
Afro Celtic Sound System
Allman Brothers 6
John Anderson (Yes)
Andrew Sisters
Anthology of Big Band Swing
A Perfect Circle
Louis Armstrong
Asia 2
Bad Company 2
Baltimore Consort 6
Beatles White Album
Jeff Beck 5
Bela Fleck
Benjamins 2
Bix Beiderbecke
B-52s
Big Band Collection
Big Bands in Hi Fi
Big Wreck
Black Sabbath 9
Blue Sparks From Hell
Boston 6
Brahms Vienna Masters Series
Moya Brennan 4
Jack Bruce 2
Canned Heat 2
Cars
Hoagey Carmichael
Caruso
Casa Loma Orchestra 2
Cheap Trick
Chess Blues Series 4
Chess Blues Guitars
Dave Clark Five
Clann An Drumma 2
Clannad 7
Les Claypool (Primus)
Collective Soul 4
John Coltrane
Commander Cody 7
Alice Cooper
Cream 2
Creed 3
C.C.R. 2
Cry of Love
The Cult
Deep Purple
The Dregs
Marlene Dietrich
Willie Dixon 2
Donavan
Doors 4
Rick Derringer
Dave Edmunds
Duke Ellington
Emerson, Lake and Palmer 2
Empire Brass 3
Enya 7
Essential Big Band
Eurythmics
Faith No More
Fenians
52nd Street Swing
Fixx
Foghat 4
Foreignor
Peter Gabriel
Judy Garland
Benny Goodman 15
Golden Earing
Barry Goudreau (Boston)
Grand Funk Railroad 4
Green Day 3
Green Jelly (aka Jello) 2
Greenfire
Guitars That Rule the World
Buddy Guy 2
Harley Davidson Road Songs
Hadrians Wall 4
Annie Haslam (Renaissance) 3
Jeff Healey Band 2
Heart 4
Jimi Hendrix 4
Woody Herman
John Lee Hooker
Homesick James 3
Vladimir Horowitz 3
Humble Pie
Ian Hunter
Peter Hurford
Iona 3
Ireland of Treasures
Taste Of Ireland
Irish Drinking Songs
Iron Butterfly
James Gang
Jazz of the 1920s
Jazz of the 1930s
Jazz of the 1940s
Ken Burns Jazz
Eric Johnson
Johnnie Johnson
Al Jolson
Patty Darcy Jones
Spike Jones
Journey 2
Kansas 4
Evgeny Kissin
Diana Krall 6
Jonny Lang 2
Led Zeppelin 10
Alvin Lee
Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman
Legends of the Blues
Little Feat 2
Live
Lord of the Dance
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Frank Marino & Mahogony Rush
John McCormack
Loreena McKennitt
Natalie McMasters 2
Memphis Slim
Metallica 2
Glenn Miller
Molly Hatchet
Moody Blues 8
Gary Moore
More Swing
Jelly Roll Morton 10
Motley Crue
Mountain
Mozart - Vienna Masters Series
Mozart - Leonard Bernstein
Michael Murray 9
Nerds 3
Nickelback
Nirvana
Chris Norman 3
Ted Nugent
Mike Oldfield 22
Outlaws
Ozzy Osbourne 8
Pink Floyd 4
Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)
Ben Pollack 4
Primus 5
Prozak For Lovers
Queen
Queensryche 3
Railroad Earth 5
Rainbow
Regimental Emblems
R.E.M.
Renaissance 5
Buddy Rich
Keith Richards
Laura Risk
The Rouges
Rush 7
Santana 2
Joe Satriani 6
Sausage (pre Primus)
Scorpions
Screaming Cheetah Wheelies 2
Searson
Kenny Wayne Shepherd 3
Show That Never Ends - King Bisquit
Smashing Pumpkins
Smithereens
Smokey Joe's Cafe
Chris Squire (Yes)
Stand
Steppenwolf 2
Styx 4
Sweet
Tangerine Dream 4
3 Legendary Tenors
38 Special
T. Rex
Talking Heads
Scott Tennant
Ten Years After 3
Thin Lizzy
Tool 5
Pete Townsend
Train
Pat Travers
Jack Teagarden
Robin Trower 3
Tubes
Sophie Tucker
Jethro Tull 14
Uriah Heep
Steve Vai
Van Halen
Stevie Ray Vaughn 5
Joe Venuti 2
Joe Walsh 2
Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
Muddy Waters
The Who 6
Wicked Tinkers 4
Edgar Winter 3
Johnny Winter 3
Nancy Wilson (Heart)
Yardbirds
Yes 19
Lester Young
Frank Zappa 5
Rob Zombie
Z Z Top 6


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Posted: 15-May-2004, 04:09 PM
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Mine is real easy.

Here is the list of my exhaustive CD collection




Supernatural - Santana
Jugue y Perdí - Dorindo Cárdenas




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Posted: 16-May-2004, 12:27 AM
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Wow jawdrop.gif i'm so impressed at the long lists that barrdas and A Shrule Egan wrote out! I guess my music selection could best be described as eclectic, with cds ranging from the good oldies like janis joplin, the beatles, old bowie to the folky music like Stan Rogers, the Arrogant Worms, Angie Nussey, Mose scarlett to the alternative rock like The Tragically Hip and Our Lady Peace, the jazz of Kupa, Nora Jones and Louis Armstrong to the electronic sounds of Zero 7 to the surreal and etherial music of sigur Ros (if you haven't ever heard them, I strongly urge you to!). In general, I suppose I'm like everyone else in so far that I like any type of music that makes me happy and suites my mood at the time.


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QUOTE (A Shrule Egan @ May 15 2004, 04:03 PM)

Live
Lord of the Dance
Lynyrd Skynyrd

Live
Lord of the Dance
Lynyrd Skynyrd

Three thing you will never, ever, see sitting next to each other.

And if you havn't heard LIVE, start with the first CD.
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I'm crushed! I have yet to see my favorites on anyone's list:

Fleetwood Mac
Stevie Nicks
Sarah McLachlan
Evanesence

As well as lots of Celtic (favorites - Clannad, Maire Brennan, Enya, Dougie MacLean, Capercaillie, Steve MacDonald, Mary Jane Lamond) and Contemporary Christian (Michael W. Smith, Avalon, 4Him, Point of Grace, Eden's Birdge, Robin Mark, Jeremy Camp, Hillsong, Casting Crowns). Also like jazz, classical, most any Irish/Scottish folk.

Don't like country, bluegrass, opera, rap, heavy metal. (No offense anyone! Just IMHO)


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QUOTE (Aaediwen @ May 16 2004, 03:22 PM)
Then add to that that I frequently raid my parents' LP collection of classic rock, and 60's folk

hehehe you too! I definitely raided by parent's and uncle's LP collections many a time, and I have been known to pickup discarded LPs left by the roadside tongue.gif
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