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02-22-02 01:41 PM
CocaBuena I know this is a Rolling Stones message board, but I would like to know which other bands/singers you guys/girls like too.

Ok, the start is mine

1 - Rolling Stones, in first, always(Once I spent 2,5 years listening only them)
2 - Led Zeppelin, the second best rock'n' roll in the world
3 - Neil Young, the best guitar player still live in the world, much better than keef
4 - Jimi Hendrix - No need explanation
5 - Bob Dylan for all those things he did, musically and lyrics, attitude.
6 - Miles Davis - the coolest music in the world.


The "new" ones:


1 - The Cure from 80's, absolutely "savage" live in London
2 - Blur and then Gorillaz: for the lack of attitude
3 - Dr Dree - For all those killer grooves
4 - Lenny Kravitz: because he's good in any & many ways.
5 - Pulp - just for that album named "different class", they deserve a special place
6 - Chemical brothers/Kraftwerk - for the mix between rock and electronic music
7 - Morcheeba - For the general mix, and that great lead voice

Of course, I forgot lots more, but...
Ok, now you


02-22-02 01:49 PM
The Eggman INXS
02-22-02 03:13 PM
winter Older:

Bob Marley
The Who
Jimi Hendrix
Aerosmith
Tom Petty

Newer:

Stone Temple Pilots (Scott Weiland is 2nd only to Mick as a front man)
black crowes
stereophonics
foo fighters
Lenny Kravitz

The lists above exclude the obvious classic blues/jazz artists




02-22-02 03:42 PM
Fabio Hot Stuff Great post!
1 Rolling Stones
2 Chuck Berry with every band
3 Willy De Ville with the Mink De Ville
4New York Dolls
5 The Inmates
6 Louis Prima orchestra with Sam Butera
I T S ' O N L Y R O C K ' N ' R O L L

02-22-02 04:37 PM
beer THE WHITE STRIPES
02-22-02 04:59 PM
Mother baby who?
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02-22-02 05:09 PM
steel driving hammer Music is like Ice Cream - Bunch o' Flavors....

Been listening to ALOT of James McMurtry from Sugar Hill Records.

He's got 6 discs, check em' out. I think you'll be glad.

Thats of you like Raw Country/Blues w/ real men & real instruments.

02-22-02 07:19 PM
quackenbush Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Erykah Badu
Johnny Cash
The Black Crowes
The Wu-Tang Clan
Aretha Franklin
Stevie Wonder
AC/DC
Guns and Roses
02-22-02 08:08 PM
Cardinal Ximinez Jeez...there's so much great stuff out there....

In no particular order...

Bowie, Lou Reed, Beatles, Clash, Sex Pistols, XTC, Who, Steve Earle, Robbie Fulks, Dave Alvin & The Guilty Men, Replacements, Lucinda Williams, Continental Drifters, Nine Inch Nails, Everclear, Bob Marley, The Specials, The English Beat, World Party, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Reel Big Fish, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and a cast of thousands...

Then there's the stuff that nobody ever gets to hear....Ian Moore Action Co., Detroit Cobras, The Gravel Pit, Queens Of The Stone Age, The White Stripes, Eleventh Dream Day, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club......

For me though, they are all second to the Rolling Friggin' Stones!
02-22-02 09:16 PM
Happy Motherfucker While I am a music connoiseur of many styles, I'll just list what I spend the majority of my time listening to.
1.) The Rolling Stones and The Grateful Dead
2.) Bob Dylan
3.) Neil Young
4.) Blue Grass (Monroe,Divid Grissman,Tony Rice, ect..)
5.) Miles Davis
6.) King of Country (Waylon,Willie,Haggard ect..)

Not a lot of new music, if I want to listen to something new it's usually myself or other local bands.
02-23-02 02:55 AM
swapwoodfortaylor Captain Beefheart
Rolling Stones
Lee Scratch Perry
02-23-02 08:27 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl A great bunch

Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, Bob Dylan, Beatles, The Who, Humble Pie, Led Zeppelin, Traffic, Jeff Beck, Patti Smith, Queen, The Clash, Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Spooky Tooth, Steppenwolf, Joe Cocker, Van Morrison, etc

Progressive Rock: King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Genesis w/Gabriel, Yes, EL&P, Greenslade, Gong, Chac Mool, Iconoclasta, etc

Blues: Fleetwood Mac (I collect the original with Peter Green and hate the band since the girls were hired LOL, Peter Green & SPlinter Group, Taste/Rory Gallagher, Gary Moore, Canned Heat, John Mayall, Savoy Brown, Ten Years After, Chicken Shack, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter, J.Geils Band, (original album), Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Melvin Taylor, Magic Slim, Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Freedy King, Muddy Waters, Etta James, Jimmy Reed, Luther Allison, Robben Ford, Bugs Henderson, Lonnie Smith Trio,J. Paul Bourelly, Big Time Sarah (she moves her mojo lol) etc

Sike-ay-delic: Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Janis Joplin, Ultimate Spinach, Doors, Grateful Dead, Beatles, Fever Tree, etc etc

A lot of Mexican Groups including the above mentioned (Chac Mool, Iconoclasta), Santana, Juguete Rabioso, El Tri(Three Souls in my Mind, Santa Sabina, Manchuria, Maldita Vecindad y lo Hijos del Quinto Patio, Cecilia Toussaint, Trolebus, Jorge Reyes, Jaime López, Café Tacuba, etc


I'm sure there's a lot more, in fact I added some more


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02-23-02 11:55 AM
JaggaRichards All Stones all the time.

BUT-------

Lots of old 50's R&B, straight blues, some 60's, and some big band stuff.

And definitly Louis Prima with Sam Butera. Man, that Sam could play!
02-23-02 04:46 PM
Fabio Hot Stuff Hi Jaggarichards!
We got the right mood in music stile...
Louis Prima is been one of the first rock'n'roller , just listen Jump Jive and Wail or Blow Red Blow....
Brian Setzer had learn the lesson...
Ciao JAGGA!
02-23-02 05:18 PM
Cardinal Ximinez HOLY SHIT!

I forgot to mention BOB DYLAN! How the hell could I have forgotten BOB! My Dylan collection is getting all swole up!

Love that Bob!
02-23-02 05:37 PM
marko I listen lot of these bands,,,,besides stones.
Black sabbath,zeppelin,frank zappa,jethro tull,king crimson,
cult,gentle giant,focus,pink floyd,deep purple,as you noticed
lot of 70ies stuff.
02-23-02 06:35 PM
JaggaRichards Hey Fabio-

Prima's version of 'When You're Smiling' is a killer, and his take on 'The St. Louis Blues' is an absolute mindblower!
02-24-02 09:27 AM
nanky Chiba.

I like chiba, thank you very much.

I really like chiba when listening to the Stones. (I don't listen to much else).

Yep, chiba is pretty nice.

I like beer and wine too, though.

But, if you, like, left me stranded on a deserted island and I could only have one thing, it would be chiba.

Or maybe Heather Locklear.

Okay, if I can have the Stones (i'll even narrow it down to Handsome Girls), and chiba, and Heather, that would be fine.

02-24-02 02:16 PM
The Eggman Marko did u say GENTLE GIANT?...I didnt think anyone liked them, lol (FREE HAND)


anyways, iam surprized no one said INXS like me, considering Michael Hutchence did the Classical cover of UNDER MY THUMB
02-24-02 03:50 PM
F505 Ryan Adams and Steve Earle make music the Stones used to play in the old days: rock and roll.

Adams in an interview: if the Stones don't want to play the way they should I will do it for them. And he's right. Just listen to Gold and you know why Bridges to Babylon, Voodoo Lounge and Steel Wheels suck.
02-24-02 05:55 PM
Gazza Bob Dylan & Bruce Springsteen are my two main faves along with the Stones..I like all 3 pretty much equal.

Then (in no particular order):

Elvis (except the hollywood stuff), Neil Young, Lou Reed,
Beatles,The Clash,The Who, The Doors, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Beach Boys, Tom Waits, Southside Johnny, Bowie (up to about the mid 80s),Jimi Hendrix,Marvin Gaye,Frank Sinatra, John Fogerty/CCR, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Prince, Joe Ely, The Temptations, Van Morrison, U2, Warren Zevon, Howlin Wolf, Chuck Berry,Oasis (early stuff),REM, Al Green, Leonard Cohen,Carlene Carter, Patti Smith, Sheryl Crow, Ry Cooder, Ryan Adams, The Smiths

Bound to have forgot a few but that covers most bases...
02-25-02 09:25 AM
patioaintdry if you like Ryan Adams and Steve Earle or Robbie Fulks, You'll love WILCO! Check out anything by them, but I highly suggest the double CD 'Being There' and their collaborations with Billy Bragg performing Woody Guthrie songs 'Mermaid Avenue' and Mermaid Avenue, Vol. 2'
02-25-02 01:37 PM
Larry Dallas Agreed. Wilco's "Being There" is one of the greates non-Stones albums of all time. That should be a Grammy category.

Some of my favorites:

John R. Cash
Willie Nelson
John Prine
Townes Van Zandt
Bob Dylan
Guy Clark
Springsteen
Steve Earle

All are folk types cause I only need one rock band.
02-25-02 02:02 PM
Jaxx i like to listen to all kinds of music, including showtunes, classical and opera. "go fors" besides the obvious "mainline" would be:

grateful dead and any jerry solo forays (ie bluegrass, new riders)
neil young and buffaloe springfield but no csn
billie holiday and most blues in general (i'll take em any way i can get em)
talking heads and solo efforts (ie tomtom club, jerry harrison's casual gods)
"get the led out" zepplin
faces
jeff beck
nils lofgren
lenny kravitz
no doubt
garbage
james gang w/joe walsh
YES (rick wakeman rocks)
clash
blondie
B52s
the bouncing souls (my cousins band)
cracker
incubus



02-25-02 02:05 PM
TomL Who, Bowie, Ian Hunter, Neil young, All the old blues masters, Plant & Page, U2, AC/DC, John Couger, many more, but no one beats the boys. 2002/2003, hope it will be a good year.
02-25-02 03:42 PM
CocaBuena Hi there, if you like Louis Prima, then you have too see the Robert de Niro movie "Mad Dog and Glory". There's a fabulous scene with De Niro singing Ain't Got Nobody...
I knew Prima watching that movie...


.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.

Btw, i forgot some important names in my list: Cowboy Junkies, kd Lang, Cream, Tom Petty, B-52's and...and JJ CALE, for god sake! He's great!!! Ddnt see nobody talk about him...
02-26-02 04:49 AM
Fabio Hot Stuff Hi CocaBuena,
Yeah, I know Bob De Niro is a great fan of Louis Prima swingin' era, same songs compare in "Casino'" movie (thats the italian title), with Sharon Stone.
Another fine movie was "Big Night", where two italoamerican open a restaurant in new York and they invite the Louis band at nite open.....but nobody will come to sing.
02-26-02 07:49 AM
Maxlugar I like loads of stuff but whether I buy it is another story.

The music I like enough to buy and load into my 400 CD player are:

Stones (at least 75% of what I own)
Kinks (The Wall is just warmed over Arthur)
Jeff Beck (group and solo)
AC/DC
Black Sabbath
Hank Williams
Johnny Cash
Peter Tosh
Bob Marley
Muddy Waters
Screamin' Jay Hawkins (Wild man!)
Johnny Lee Hooker
Hog Dog Taylor (Just getting into him. Great!)
Chuck Berry
Guns and Roses
Ten Years After
10CC

I think that's it.

"Slap 400 CD's in my ass and call me Sony, Ronnie!"

Your friend for ever and ever, (and I'm not just saying that)

Maxy!
02-26-02 02:48 PM
CocaBuena Hi there Fabio,
I know the movies you talk about it, thanks. Is kinda hard to find Louis Prima albuns here in Brazil, but some years ago I got one, "His Greatest Hits", made in Czech Republic (!!!). Really hot stuff!
02-28-02 07:31 AM
marko hey maxy,i allways wanted to buy ten years after,but i haven´t got into it,don´t know why,maybe because,i´m not
enough familiar with their music.Is it any close to jethro
tull?i know their music has that proge groove,any albums
what you liked to recommed?
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