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PostPosted: July 26th, 2005, 8:21 pm 
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Great topic!

1. Clocks- Coldplay
2. It's My Life- Gwen Stefani
3. Your Eyes Open- Keane
4. Square One- Coldplay
5. Every song from POTO
6. Saints and Sinners- Paddy Casey
7. Paint the Silence- South
8. We Used to Be Friends- the Dandy Warhols
9. Bend and Break- Keane
10. High Speed- Coldplay
11. Saturday Morning- the Eels
12. Honey and the Moon- Joesph Arthur
13. Don't Speak- No Doubt
14. Just A Ride- Jem
15. Speed of Sound- Coldplay
16. Smile Like You Mean It- the Killers
17. On Top- the Killers
18. Big Sur- the Thrills
19. Trouble Sleeping- The Perishers
20. So Sweet- Johnathan Rice

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i thought of a couple more for mine:

Crazy Frog-Axel F
Bad Day-Daniel Powter
Clocks-Coldplay
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life-Monty Python ;)
Im Just a Kid-Simple Plan
Its My Life-Bon Jovi
Better Days-Pete Murray
The Chronicles of Life and Death-Good Charlotte

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This is awesome!

~*Melissa's Soundtrack*~

1.In My Place-Coldplay
2.Trouble- Coldplay
3.Goodbye Yellow-Brick Road- Elton John
4.Wonderwall- Oasis
5.Don't Look Back in Anger- Oasis
6.Boulevard of Broken Dreams-Greenday
7.Holiday-Greenday
8.Borderline-Madonna
9.Candle in the Wind-Elton John (Lady Di tribute version)
10.All the Things I've Done- The Killers
11.Smells Like Teen Spirit-Nirvana
12.Lithium-Nirvana
13.Come As You Are-Nirvana
14.Breed-Nirvana
15.Polly-Nirvana
16.In Bloom-Nirvana
17.Vertigo-U2
18.With or Without You-U2
19.This Love-Maroon 5
20.Harder to Breathe-Maroon 5

(I'll look into my iPod for more)

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Across the Sea-Weezer
I'd Have You Anytime-George Harrison
Wah-Wah-George Harrison
Isn't It A Pity-George Harrison
If Not For You-George Harrison
Forever For Her-The White Stripes
The Other Way-Weezer
Into The West-Annie Lennox
Free Bird-Lynyrd Skynyrd
Pony Express-Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes
Simple Man-Lynyrd Skynyrd
Y Control-Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Maps-Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Float On-Modest Mouse
One Chance-Modest Mouse
Love Sick-Bob Dylan
Lay Lady Lay-Bob Dylan
Oh, Sister-Bob Dylan
Jokerman-Bob Dylan
Eloise-The D***ed
One More Cup Of Coffee-Bob Dylan
A Boy's Best Friend-The White Stripes
The Air Near My Fingers-The White Stripes
Always-Blink 182
Out of Control-U2
New Year's Day-U2
The Cigarette Song-All American Rejects
I Won't Back Down-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Message In A Bottle-The Police
Naked Moon-Alan Horvath

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 Post subject: Re: Soundtrack to Your Life.
PostPosted: September 10th, 2016, 7:53 am 
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Oh wow..... so many Bands and Songs and Albums through my life.... I'll give this a go... I'll just name the artists

  • Glenn Miller
  • Elvis Presley (his early stuff)
  • Johnny Cash
  • Rolling Stones (up to about 1976)
  • Yardbirds
  • The Animals
  • The Beatles (Rubber Soul/Revolver/Sgt Pepper/White Album)
  • Pink Floyd
  • The Doors
  • Cream
  • Led Zeppelin
  • Fleetwood Mac (with Peter Green Jeremy Spencer, & Danny Kirwin)
  • Fleetwood Mac (with Christine, Stevie, and Lindsey... yes, two different bands with the same rhythm duo Mick Fleetwood & John McVie)
  • Steeleye Span
  • Robert Johnson
  • Al Stewart (Past Present & Future album)
  • Ry Cooder (Paradise and Lunch comes to mind)
  • Doc & Merle Watson (the Memories album)
  • James Gang
  • Barnstorm
  • Joe Walsh (So What Album)
  • Deep Purple
  • Steeleye Span
  • Emerson Lake & Palmer
  • Heart (Their 70's albums and live Led Zep covers)
  • Bob Dylan
  • Joan Baez
  • Arlo Guthrie
  • Leonard Cohen
  • Judy Collins
  • Renaissance
  • The Prayer Chain
  • Sometime Sunday
  • Grammatrain
  • The Seventy Sevens
  • Wolfmother
  • Solas
  • Faun
  • Loreena McKennit
  • Medievael Baebes
  • Omnia
  • Azam Ali
  • Beethoven
  • Stellamara
  • Irfan
  • Shireen
  • Trobar de Morte
  • Yes

There are many more.... and I'll edit them in as I remember.

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 Post subject: Re: Soundtrack to Your Life.
PostPosted: September 11th, 2016, 12:30 am 
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Ooooohh kaaayyy....

Hmm... *sorts through my 220+ songs* Off the top of my head.


Cowboy Logic- Michael Martin Murphy
Don't Fence Me In- Booth Brothers
Blues Stay Away- Merle Hagard
I'll Never get out of this world alive- Hank Williams
Mamas don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys- Waylon Jennings
Oklahoma Hills- Mo Bandy
Are the Good times really over- Merle Hagard
What happened- Merle Hagard
My House- Kacey Musgrave
Biscuits- Kacey Musgrave
Blow'n Smoke- Kacey Musgrave
Cattle Call- Kata Hay
Western Skies- Chris Ledoux
Big City- Merle Hagard
God Must be a cowboy at heart- Dan Seals
Down at the Old Coral- Randy Travis
My rifle, my Pony, and me- Dean Martin



And many more but I guess I'll stop there.

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PostPosted: September 11th, 2016, 2:48 pm 
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Wow, Hanasian, we have similar taste in music. I was able to copy your list, and 'personalise' it!

Elvis Presley (his early stuff)
The Kinks
Rolling Stones (up to about 1976)
Yardbirds
Dave Clarke Five (underrated IMHO)
The Beatles
Pink Floyd
Jeff Beck (particularly the instrumental albums)
Cream
Led Zeppelin
The Who
Dusty Springfield
Heart (Their 70's albums and live Led Zep covers)
The Band
B.B. King
Muddy Waters
Robert Johnson
Bessie Smith
Bob Dylan (early albums)
Nick Drake
Joan Baez
Judy Collins
Frankie Armstrong
Loreena McKennitt
The Dubliners (before Luke Kelly's death)
The Clancy Brothers with Tommy Makem

..... and many others.

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PostPosted: September 11th, 2016, 6:30 pm 
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Ah yes... the Dave Clark Five. My older sister got one of their albums, and along with 'Meet the Beatles, and Rolling Stones High Tide and Green Grass, and a couple Elvis albums, they got heavy rotation on the stereo. Later, the Doors and the Monkees were added to her playlist. Columbia Record Club sent out a free compilation record called 'Disco Teen '66' that had lots if different bands songs on it. It helped expand this young kid's musical horizon.

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PostPosted: September 21st, 2016, 1:20 am 
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I have to add Led Zeppelin - Hey Hey What Can I Do in memory of my first wife.

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PostPosted: September 22nd, 2016, 6:54 pm 
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Another really good one for my list is "My rifle, my Pony, and me."

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I've edited my list to add a few more bands. I'm going to try and take the time and make a list if individual songs sometime.

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Down at the Old Coral by Randy Travis would have to be one I would add to my list as well.

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I was thinking of listing all the live shows I've been to. Not so many recently as they cost a lot anymore. I have a list somewhere. I'll just start by saying that I could have gone to see Jimi Hendrix at Seattle's Sick's Stadium in the summer of 1970, but I was a good 12 year old kid and stayed home because I was on restriction. My friend sold my ticket to someone else.

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My older sister and I are not really close. You would think we should be as she was 5 when I was born in 1957. But the connection just isn't there. nonetheless, I have to give a nod to my older sister for introducing me, her annoying kid brother, to some great music because of her record purchases from 1963 to 1968. In 1963 when I was 5 years old, dad bought a big hardwood Zenith stereo console. Since it was his first 33.3 LP record player, he also signed up to the Columbia Record Club. It was one of those subscription services where you got to pick about a dozen records for near nothing and you had to buy x number of records over the next two years type deal. The house rule was dad got to pick his choices, then sis being the oldest got the rest, and little me got to pick one if I saw one for kids I liked. Anyway, dad would get Johnny Cash and Tijuana Brass and The Brothers Four, and my sis got Meet The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and The Animals. The only record I remember getting was the Smothers Brothers and The Royal Guardsmen's Snoopy and the Red Baron.

I thank my 'big sis' as I always called her, for getting those records and playing them incessantly. My dad worked nights, and my mom would regularly walk over to my aunt and uncles for coffee and socialization. That left us kids at the house. My little brother has fond memories of this time in his early life as he was born in 1964. She played The Doors and the Rolling Stones and Byrds and ... Elvis Presley all the time. When 1969 rolled around, I was older and wanted a 'bigger cut' of the record selection. In my opinion, my sis started to get lame in her music taste and as she was getting The Turtles and Chad and Jeremy, I wanted to get Cream, Yardbirds, Iron Butterfly, and Blue Cheer. Our musical tastes had truly diverged by then, and after a few months of monthly arguing about what records to get, dad finally got the sh... uh, had enough, and cancelled the record club subscription. I think the last record he got was Johnny Cash at San Quentin.

So thank you sis for the intro to some wonderful music and tracking the soundtrack of my young life of years 5 to 11. I love you sis, even if these days you are a cranky old bag with crap politics and doesn't like my "foreign wife".

So what brought this thought-stream rumination on by me here in the Music forum in the Soundtrack Of Your Life thread right here and right now? A couple things. First was the heartfelt words of Silverleafartist and the recent loss of her brother and the loss of the young cousin of Captain Boromir. The second was a work colleague needing to take time next week to go to Tasmania for the funeral of his older brother. And third was my little brother calling me out of the blue tonight to 'just talk'. My little brother and I have been fairly close through the years. He is 7 years younger than me, and I was really a mean big brother... always trying to get him and his friends to do stupid stuff and such. But even as I set out into adult life, we stayed close. and though there was a period of years where we did not communicate much, I never doubted my love for, and the love of, my little bro. The most i talked with my 'big sis in the last ten... twenty... thirty years, was when mom passes away. She was the executor of the will, and there was a moment when we were discussing legal things that she opened up just that little bit, and I gave her a hug. After that minute, everything went back to the status quo.

Anyway, enough rambling by me here. I thank you sis for actually telling me that Jimi Hendrix was from Seattle. I know you didn't like his music, but I did, and it really meant a lot to me what your musical tastes and experiments were what they were all through the 1960's.


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Lifehouse ~ From Where You Are
Red ~ Pieces
Lifehouse ~ Exhale
Tyler Ward ~ What It's Like To Be Lonely
LIGHTS ~ Face Up
Koethe ~ I Am
LIGHTS ~ The Listening

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It depends on my mood. This is the stuff I can choose from at home:

Allman Brothers Band, Duane Allman, Louis Armstrong, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, The Beatles, Jeff Beck, George Benson, Black Sabbath, Mike Bloomfield, Dave Brubeck, Roy Buchanan, Buffalo Springfield, Eric Burdon, J.J. Cale, Roger Chapman, Eric Clapton, Clark-Hutchinson, Joe Cocker, Ry Cooder, Chick Corea, Larry Coryell, Cream, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Crosby, Stills, Nash (& Young), Miles Davis, Paco de Lucia, Deep Purple, Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, Al Di Meola, Bo Diddley, Dire Straits, The Doobie Brothers, The Doors, Bob Dylan, Duke Ellington, Fleetwood Mac, Foghat, Rory Gallagher, David Garret, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Goodman, Herbie Hancock, George Harrison, Coleman Hawkins, Jimi Hendrix, John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Humble Pie, Iron Butterfly, The J. Geils Band, Mahalia Jackson, Michael Jackson, Elmore James, Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull, Billy Joel, Elton John, Robert Johnson, Janis Joplin, B.B. King, Carole King, The Kinks, Leo Kottke, Lenny Kravitz, Leadbelly, Led Zeppelin, Alvin Lee, John Lennon, Gordon Lightfoot, Little Feat, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Mahogany Rush, Herbie Mann, Curtis Mayfield, Paul McCartney, John McLaughlin, Wes Montgomery, The Moody Blues, The Mothers of Invention, Mountain, Muddy Waters, Gerry Mulligan, Ted Nugent, Jimmy Page, Christopher Parkening, Charlie Parker, Joe Pass, Alan Parsons, Oscar Peterson, Pink Floyd, Popa Chubby, Procol Harum, Elvis Presley, Bonnie Raitt, Ram Jam, Django Reinhardt, Return to Forever, The Rolling Stones, Carlos Santana, Andrés Segovia, Simon and Garfunkel, Steppenwolf, Cat Stevens, Stephen Stills, Taste, Ten Years After, Three Dog Night, Traffic, Robin Trower, Joe Turner, Tina Turner, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ben Webster, West, Bruce & Laing, The Who, Edgar Winter, Johnny Winter, Steve Winwood, Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder, Lester Young, Neil Young, Frank Zappa, ZZ Top.

Plus several of the artists who participated in the five Crossroads Guitar Festivals organized by Eric Clapton.

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