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ss_11000
23rd Aug 2007, 11:08 PM
So what are your top ten Favourite bands or groups/people ( in music )

mine are:

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Metallica
Blink 182
Guns n Roses
Nirvana
Midnight Oil
Wierd Al Yankovich
Short Stack ( a local band that are pretty awesome )
Tenacious D
NickelbackI dont mind a bit of:
Dire Straits,U2 Brian Adams The Wiggles:D
Cold Chisel Panic! at the Disco AC/DC
Silverchair Good Charlotte Green Day
Supernova ( rockstar ) Billy Joel
Elton John Bon Jovi Boney M
And a few others that i've missed, and of course i like several other songs form other bands but a lot of them only ever produce a few good songs and a couple great songs

I dont really like much new stuff, and dont really like listening to the radio much either. Dont know if its a phase i'm going thru but i seem to like the 80'2 and 90's stuff better than most of the new crap thats played now.

And some bands new stuff just doesnt compare to their older stuff, Silverchair and the RHCP are examples of this. IMO, Stadium Arcadium isnt as good as Californiacation ( i still havent heard BSSM yet. ) IMHO I think TH RHCP's best stuff is the 90's and early 00's ( BSSM - what i have heard of it, Californiacation, and By the Way. )


cheers

sorry, i got side tracted lol

Stuart
23rd Aug 2007, 11:52 PM
Currently listening to Linkin Park, Rogue Traders (friends of mine), Sneaky Sound System, Evanescence. Ask me next week - the list will have changed to something else!

pawnhead
23rd Aug 2007, 11:57 PM
8. Short Stack ( a local band that are pretty awesome )
1. Short Stack

Check sig. :wink:

Stuart
23rd Aug 2007, 11:59 PM
Heh - that's pretty cool!

Grunt
23rd Aug 2007, 11:59 PM
Bob Dylan
Talking Heads/David Byrne
The Who
Neil Young
Jethro Tull
Pink Floyd
Richard Thompson (Fairport Convention)
Leonard Cohen
Nick Cave
Dire Straits (early)
Paul Simon
Suzanne Vega
Pearl Jam
The The
The Smiths
The Beatles/Lennon/Harrison
Frank Zappa

Too many to mention really... That list certainly shows how old I am.

ss_11000
24th Aug 2007, 12:03 AM
1. Short Stack

Check sig. :wink:
i was hoping you would see this.:2tsup:

i like their new stuff on myspace, shimmy is a brilliant song but i think breakdance not hearts is their best:shrug:they're all good songs tho.

cheers

Lignum
24th Aug 2007, 12:08 AM
Bob Dylan
Talking Heads/David Byrne
The Who
Neil Young
Jethro Tull
Pink Floyd
Richard Thompson (Fairport Convention)
Leonard Cohen
Nick Cave
Dire Straits (early)
Paul Simon
Suzanne Vega
Pearl Jam
The The
The Smiths
The Beatles/Lennon/Harrison
Frank Zappa

Too many to mention really... That list certainly shows how old I am.

Fantastic list:) Love Nick Cave. This is my all time favourite of his http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lneSAju-Xtc and its P J Harvey who screames at the end

Honorary Bloke
24th Aug 2007, 12:22 AM
Sigh . . .



Glenn Miller
Harry James
Artie Shaw
Benny Goodman
The Dorsey brothers
Cab Calloway
Louis Armstrong
Dave Brubeck
Woody Hermann
Kay KaiserAll were bands and all were/are good. :) Never tire of 'em.

Dean
24th Aug 2007, 12:32 AM
1. U2
2. The Doors
3. Midnight Oil
4. The Velvet Underground
5. Roy Orbison
6. The Animals
7. Coldplay
8. Travelling Wilburys
9. Pink Floyd
10. Starsailor

Lignum
24th Aug 2007, 12:42 AM
Tom Waits.
Bob.
Neil Young / Crazy Horse.
Early Boss.
Tony Joe White.
Tom Waits.
Emmy Lou Harris.
Van Morrison.
Frank Zappa
and
Thorpie.
:)

Doughboy
24th Aug 2007, 12:46 AM
Deep Purple
The Ramones
The Smiths
Led Zepplin
Def Leppard
The Dead Ringer Band

It was bands you were asking about ..... yes?

Andy Mac
24th Aug 2007, 09:39 AM
Red Hot Chili Peppers

Metallica
Blink 182
Guns n Roses
Nirvana
Midnight Oil
Wierd Al Yankovich
Short Stack ( a local band that are pretty awesome )
Tenacious D
NickelbackI dont mind a bit of:
Dire Straits,U2 Brian Adams The Wiggles:D
Cold Chisel Panic! at the Disco AC/DC
Silverchair Good Charlotte Green Day
Supernova ( rockstar ) Billy Joel
Elton John Bon Jovi Boney M


Jeez stirlo, you're sounding old before your time!!:p

I started running a list through me head and then discounted the ones that are a guy or gal with a backup band, 'cos these things change. It also shot my list down in flames:oo: , the likes of Paul Kelly, Van Morrison, KD Lang, John Butler etc, then drop the solo artists that I listen to heaps like Harry Manx, Robert Johnson...and stick to bands proper.
Sort of chronological:

Black Keys
Hilltop Hoods
Cruel Sea
Dave Graney & the Coral Snakes (well, the albums he did with that backing band:rolleyes: )
Lil' Charlie and the Night Cats (had to include them)

...going back in time...

Midnight Oil
Cold Chisel
AC/DC
Pink Floyd

...used to listen to these nonstop, but rarely now...

Rolling Stones
Creedence Clearwater Revival

I find I've gotta keep moving, get bored with the sound of bands and their times, and keep listening for newer stuff. Bands come and go, the one constant though is the Blues, esp. old acoustic stuff, usually solo, I've listened to without getting bored for 30yrs:2tsup:

Cheers,

silentC
24th Aug 2007, 10:25 AM
Not possible to list a top 10, there are too many and I couldn't possibly leave any out!

Here's the play list on my PC at the moment:

Arctic Monkeys
Ben Harper
Bernard Fanning
Blur
The Cult
David Bowie
Deep Purple
End of Fashion
Split Enz
Foo Fighters
Frank Black
Frank Black and the Catholics
Frank Zappa
Franz Ferdinand
Franz Schubert Mozart
Gomez
Grinspoon
The Jam
Jet
Joe Jackson
The Killers
The Living End
Michael Nyman
Pete Townshend
Pink Floyd
The Pixies
Placebo
The Pogues
Powderfinger
Queens of the Stone Age
R.E.M.
Rammstein
The Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Roger Waters
Screaming Trees
Stone Template Pilots
The Style Council
Sugarcubes
The Vines
Wolfmother
You Am I

I run Media Player on random. Beats listening to the radio.

Lignum
24th Aug 2007, 10:27 AM
I loved the Sugercubes, i used to go out with an Icelandic chic so i heard them alot:rolleyes: The Birthday song was a fav
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69R_Uf57R0U

GourmetSaint
24th Aug 2007, 10:34 AM
I listen to:
SRV
BB King
John Mayall
Eric Clapton
Muddy Waters
Johnny Lee Hooker
Buddy Guy
Taj Mahal
Hellboppers (Sydney)
Indigo Duck (Perth)
Blue Shaddy (Perth)
Mal Eastick (Sydney)
Dave Hole (Perth)
et al

Can you tell I love the Blues?

Honorary Bloke
24th Aug 2007, 10:48 AM
Not possible to list a top 10, there are too many and I couldn't possibly leave any out!

Here's the play list on my PC at the moment:

Arctic Monkeys
Ben Harper
Bernard Fanning
Blur
The Cult
David Bowie
Deep Purple
End of Fashion
Split Enz
Foo Fighters
Frank Black
Frank Black and the Catholics
Frank Zappa
Franz Ferdinand
Franz Schubert Mozart
Gomez
Grinspoon
The Jam
Jet
Joe Jackson
The Killers
The Living End
Michael Nyman
Pete Townshend
Pink Floyd
The Pixies
Placebo
The Pogues
Powderfinger
Queens of the Stone Age
R.E.M.
Rammstein
The Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Roger Waters
Screaming Trees
Stone Template Pilots
The Style Council
Sugarcubes
The Vines
Wolfmother
You Am I

I run Media Player on random. Beats listening to the radio.

Shall I list the 300 CD's on my Sony changer? I think not. Just showing off. :D :D

silentC
24th Aug 2007, 10:50 AM
I loved the Sugercubes, i used to go out with an Icelandic chic so i heard them alot:rolleyes: The Birthday song was a fav
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69R_Uf57R0U
Love her or hate her, she has quite an amazing and unique voice. My favourite would be The Bee.

I went to school with a girl from Iceland. Legs like tree trunks and she played the french horn!

silentC
24th Aug 2007, 10:51 AM
Shall I list the 300 CD's on my Sony changer? I think not. Just showing off. :D :D
I've got 65 hours of music there, that's more than I can listen to in a week!

namtrak
24th Aug 2007, 10:54 AM
Eventhough this has been done to death - I cant help myself anyway!!

I like your style Silent.. (33 days of music here :) )

I posted up my playlist before, but my top 10 at the moment would go something like - in no particular order....


White Stripes
Kings of Leon
Weddings Parties Anything
Pogues
The Waifs
Radio Birdman
John Butler
System of a Down
Beck
Johnny Cash

Bleedin Thumb
24th Aug 2007, 11:07 AM
I went and started to go through the old vinyl to make a list based on time periods.
Like 1940's Muddy Waters, Woody Guthry... 1980's The Art of Noise, blur etc .... but it all got too hard ...just too many artists and genres and too many artists that spanned two or more decades.

ss_11000
24th Aug 2007, 11:27 PM
Shall I list the 300 CD's on my Sony changer? I think not. Just showing off. :D :D thats nothing. Mum filled up an 80gb jukebox no problems...but she does have a little over 1000 cds:p


Jeez stirlo, you're sounding old before your time!!:p

bugga:shrug:

Sebastiaan56
29th Aug 2007, 05:14 PM
There are so many, here's a few,

Zappa,
Talking Heads,
Berlin Philharmonic,
XTC,
Beatles,
Cheiftans
Sex Pistols,
Ariel,
Little Feat,
Youssu N'Dour


and the greatest band of all time....................Steely Dan

I know its not a band but the greatest record set of all time is the "Anthology of American Folk Music" Available from The Smithsonian nowadays.

Sebastiaan

also showing his age.........

tameriska
29th Aug 2007, 05:53 PM
My list would be;
Deep Purple
Fleetwood Mac
Black Sabbath
Nazareth
Slade
Twisted Sister
Rammstein
Suzanne Vega
Johnny Cash
Metallica
Bon Jovi
Simon and Garfunkel
Killing Heidi
No Doubt
Angelique
and a lot of other mixed songs/ artists

bansheez71
5th Sep 2007, 07:06 AM
Silverchair (old)
Sick Puppies
The Devil Wears Prada
As I Lay Dying
Demon Hunter
Killswitch Engage
UnderOATH
Breaking Benjamin
Three Days Grace
Static-X
OTEP
Papa Roach
Chevelle
Kittie
Atreyu
Orgy
Story of the Year
Bullet For My Valentine

ciscokid
5th Sep 2007, 09:59 PM
The Duke Robillard Band, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Lee Press-On and the Nails, The Eddie Reed Big Band, Jimmy Buffet, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Royal Crown Revue, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Jimmy Thackery, The Nighthawks, Ape, Lavay Smith and her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Walter Trout, Ronnie Earl, Eric Clapton, The George Gee Swing Band, Ingrid Lucia and the Flying Neutrinos, Doctor John, Duke Ellington, Diana Krall, Little Charlie and the Nightcats, etc... the list goes on and on.

goodwoody
20th Sep 2007, 12:20 AM
FRANK ZAPPA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
THE ROMONES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SRV!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
JOHNNY WINTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SONNY TERRY AND BROWNIE McGEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

rpepper
20th Sep 2007, 04:19 PM
I'd admit to liking many of those mentioned.

Only got 8,400 + on my iPod:;

No-one mentioned Mott The Hoople or Ian Hunter.

The Killers are great too.

Cheers,

Richard

petersemple
20th Sep 2007, 05:17 PM
Pink Floyd
The Cure
REM
Midnight Oil
Dire Straits
Petra
Newsboys
Cream
Rez

in no particular order

pawnhead
21st Sep 2007, 12:02 PM
i was hoping you would see this.:2tsup:

i like their new stuff on myspace, shimmy is a brilliant song but i think breakdance not hearts is their best:shrug:they're all good songs tho.

cheersI reckon ‘The Back of Your Head’ is their best but you might say I'm biased :wink:. It's not on their website anymore but there's a poor sound quality live video here (http://youtube.com/profile_video_blog?sid=72C45D1460340CAE&id=1A8BFD2739E33BEC). The pick of their current offerings is Princess, :2tsup: but I think the intentional poor quality at the start might put people off listening past the first ten seconds.

[shameless plug (see sig)]


http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y266/holgerdanske/Myspacetopbanner1.jpg

Short Stack (http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=32194082)

Playing at the Sandringham Hotel in Newtown, Sydney, next

Thursday 27 Sep at 8pm

Go and see the country’s hottest upcoming (http://www.triplejunearthed.com/Artists/View.aspx?artistid=12594) Indie, Pop Punk band (http://www.purevolume.com/shortstack).
Party hard and have fun! fun! fun! before you'll have to suffocate in the crowds.

http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i17/shortstackband/DANCEPARTY-1.gif

Once you go Stack, you never go back!!!


Did you know that Andy once challenged a kangaroo to a dance off,
and won?
The kangaroo sued.

[/shameless plug]

OK I’m not trying to spam the forums, but I hope you’ll forgive me being a proud dad (http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=201380865). ;)

Stay tuned for their debut CD. :D

ss_11000
21st Sep 2007, 04:31 PM
I reckon ‘The Back of Your Head’ is their best

Stay tuned for their debut CD. :D


yeah, it is a good song but i still like shimmy better:shrug: i thought breakdance not hearts was the best of their stuff previously on myspace.

i was talking to shaun the other day at hockey and forgot to ask when the cd was being released:doh:.

cheers

silentC
21st Sep 2007, 04:41 PM
The Sando! I've played there. Glad to hear they're still supporting young bands.

Harry R
4th Jan 2008, 01:12 PM
1960s: Beatles
Shadows

1970s: The Saints
Dead Kennedys
Stiff Little Fingers
The Clash

1980s: The Rejects
The Pixies

1990s: Tool
A Perfect Circle
Jerry Cantrell

The Beatles & Shadows are obviously the odd-ones in there, and when some people check out my collection they can't believe it includes these two bands. I was born in that decade and my Mum was a big fan so she played them a lot while being a housemum. I reckon I was brainwashed - but in a good way!

jemmy
5th Jan 2008, 04:30 AM
So what are your top ten Favourite bands or groups/people ( in music )

mine are:

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Metallica
Blink 182
Guns n Roses
Nirvana
Midnight Oil
Wierd Al Yankovich
Short Stack ( a local band that are pretty awesome )
Tenacious D
NickelbackI dont mind a bit of:
Dire Straits,U2 Brian Adams The Wiggles:D
Cold Chisel Panic! at the Disco AC/DC
Silverchair Good Charlotte Green Day
Supernova ( rockstar ) Billy Joel
Elton John Bon Jovi Boney M
And a few others that i've missed, and of course i like several other songs form other bands but a lot of them only ever produce a few good songs and a couple great songs

I dont really like much new stuff, and dont really like listening to the radio much either. Dont know if its a phase i'm going thru but i seem to like the 80'2 and 90's stuff better than most of the new crap thats played now.

And some bands new stuff just doesnt compare to their older stuff, Silverchair and the RHCP are examples of this. IMO, Stadium Arcadium isnt as good as Californiacation ( i still havent heard BSSM yet. ) IMHO I think TH RHCP's best stuff is the 90's and early 00's ( BSSM - what i have heard of it, Californiacation, and By the Way. )


cheers

sorry, i got side tracted lol


and more

jow104
5th Jan 2008, 05:19 AM
You'l never beat Mantovani:D

meansy_wood
9th Jan 2008, 11:35 AM
OMG stirlo well legend bout the old stuff for chilis and S.CHAIR

well anyway my fav bands are(drum role)
1.RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS (awesome live)
2. Billy Talent
3. Blink 182
4. sum 41
5. Silverchair
6.Fall Out Boy
7.Avenged Sevenfold
8. Good charlotte
9.Killswitch Engage
10 Heaps more

lol u dont know how hard that was for me.. i like alot of music and its pretty much only the top three that are in order coz the rest are equal .. i love anythin only if its good..
l8rs ppl

So what are your top ten Favourite bands or groups/people ( in music )

mine are:
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Metallica
Blink 182
Guns n Roses
Nirvana
Midnight Oil
Wierd Al Yankovich
Short Stack ( a local band that are pretty awesome )
Tenacious D
NickelbackI dont mind a bit of:
Dire Straits,U2 Brian Adams The Wiggles:D
Cold Chisel Panic! at the Disco AC/DC
Silverchair Good Charlotte Green Day
Supernova ( rockstar ) Billy Joel
Elton John Bon Jovi Boney M
And a few others that i've missed, and of course i like several other songs form other bands but a lot of them only ever produce a few good songs and a couple great songs

I dont really like much new stuff, and dont really like listening to the radio much either. Dont know if its a phase i'm going thru but i seem to like the 80'2 and 90's stuff better than most of the new crap thats played now.

And some bands new stuff just doesnt compare to their older stuff, Silverchair and the RHCP are examples of this. IMO, Stadium Arcadium isnt as good as Californiacation ( i still havent heard BSSM yet. ) IMHO I think TH RHCP's best stuff is the 90's and early 00's ( BSSM - what i have heard of it, Californiacation, and By the Way. )


cheers

sorry, i got side tracted lol

ss_11000
9th Jan 2008, 12:00 PM
meansy...number two sux lol.

what sum41 u listening to...i like the hell song and still waiting

meansy_wood
9th Jan 2008, 12:01 PM
haha billy talent guitarist rox man.. and sum 41.. well all of it.. new stuff and the live dvd that i got.. it has stuff frm their 1st 2 albums

astrid
12th Jan 2008, 08:21 AM
Talking heads, nieve melody
the stranglers, golden brown
Paul Kelly Cant belive we were married
Steve Earle
Edith Piaf La vie en rose, (Favorite whistleing tune)
Cold chisel Working class man
Dexis midnight runners
The Associates
the clash
the jam
Aretha franklin Missionary man, Respect, rose in spanish harlem
Iggy Pop billy is a runaway
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Bruce springsteen most of it
Bowie
Prince
Pearl jam
REM
White stripes
Southside Johnny and the asbury dukes
minke de ville
nhils lofgren



Astrid:)

MikeT
8th Feb 2008, 10:55 AM
Difficult to select really. I'll list bands/musciians who have standout albums starting with (loosly) those with the most albums I love - or have songs on them I love (I find the best music is often on albums close to a cutting edge of my tastes so that some songs go over it)

Though first off - given my avatar - I guess I should start with
Lancelot Link and the Evolution Revolution - The true Monkeys.

Tom Waits
The Chemical Brothers (plus the best video clips)
The Laughing Clowns (incredible driving off beat rock/jazz/??? - pity they didn't get decent production behind them)
The (British) Beat
Fishbone
Leo Kotke
Frank Zappa
Miles Davis (earlier the better
Frank Black
Pixies
Chillie Peppers
Cruel Sea
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Green Day (best - Insomniac)
Coltrane (Live at birdland a standout for me)
Egg
Living Colour
Dig

I'll stop there. I'm sure I've missed some though.

corbs
11th Oct 2008, 01:23 PM
I know I am dragging out and old thread but just saw that Channel V are going to be featuring four up and coming bands, one of which is Short Stack. Congratulations to your son Pawnhead:2tsup:.

ss_11000
11th Oct 2008, 01:50 PM
Short Stack rocks :headbang:

namtrak
6th Mar 2009, 07:49 AM
Starring on Sunrise?

ss_11000
6th Mar 2009, 04:23 PM
Starring on Sunrise?
yeah:2tsup:

i was at thier lead singers place last night. i'm still on my L's and were good friends with them (the family). hour and a half there, hour and a half back. thats 3 out of 120 hours down:cool::rolleyes:

namtrak
6th Mar 2009, 05:34 PM
Cool - your a groupie!!! Is pawnhead still okay, he hasnt been around here for a while

ss_11000
6th Mar 2009, 05:38 PM
arent groupies girls??? lol

umm, i dont know. he is andy's or bradie's dad, we really only know shaun (and the family). i hope he is alright tho.

Lignin
6th Mar 2009, 05:52 PM
I'm pretty much with Honorary Bloke.but would add
John Williamson'
Saffire
Andre Segovia,
James Galway.
Jane Rutter,
Karin Schaupe
Slava Gregorian,
Buddy Holly
Joan Baez.
The Highwaymen,
The Seekers,
Peter, Paul and Mary,
Woodie Guthrie,
Pete Seeger
Peggy "
The Weavers
etc.
:2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup:

ss_11000
6th Mar 2009, 06:07 PM
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Metallica
Blink 182
Guns n Roses
Nirvana
Midnight Oil
Wierd Al Yankovich
Short Stack ( a local band that are pretty awesome )
Tenacious D
Nickelback
well, lets see.
over a year and a half...so, the list currently is:

The Living end (who me and meansy will be going to see in may)
Linkin Park
Chili Peppers
Metallica
Butterfly Effect
Blink 182
Iron Maiden
System of a down
Silver Chair (old stuff)
Guns and Roses
Sum 41
Foo fighters
Grinspoon
Birds of tokyo
Gyroscope (who are playing with TLE)
:headbang:

Grumpy John
6th Mar 2009, 06:11 PM
Favourites, in no particular order:
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Jimi Hendrix
Doors
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Jeff Lang
Buddy Guy
John Hiatt
Van Morrison
Eric Bibb
Keb Mo
Steve Vai
Joe Satriani
Geoff Achison
White Stripes
Pink Floyd
Black Rebel Motor Cycle Club
Led Zeppelin
Leslie West
AC/DC
Hunters & Collectors
Paul Kelly
Eric Clapton
Paul Rogers
John Lee Hooker
Peter Green
Rolling Stones
John Lennon

Lignin
6th Mar 2009, 07:22 PM
And difinitely Miles Davis:2tsup::2tsup::2tsup:

floody_85
26th Mar 2009, 04:55 PM
Dream Theater
Nirvana
Tool
A Perfect Circle
Led Zeppelin
Deep Purple
Uriah Heep
Jethero Tull
BUllet For My Valentine
Children Of Bodom
Slayer
Pantera
The Butterfly Effect
Karnivool

Heaps more but there are just too many to name... and The Beatles

rotten_66
26th Mar 2009, 09:08 PM
Toni Childs
Simple Minds (Some say for me this is quite fitting)
Metallica ("Nothing Else Matters" was our first dance at our wedding)
Pink Floyd
Linkin Park
Paul Simon
Angelique Kidjo (African artist really good)
Bach

Anything really but (c)Rap or Country and Western.

AUSSIE
26th Mar 2009, 09:18 PM
Stones
AC/DC yeh
Buddy Holly & The Crickets
Early Johnny Chester Rock n Roll
Z Z TOP Tough as I love em
Beach Boys
Carl Perkins
The Thunderbirds

Gingermick
29th Mar 2009, 07:13 PM
Queen
Fun Lovin Criminals.
Split Enz
Crowded house.

oils, zep, beatles, stones, etc

Horsecroft88
30th Mar 2009, 05:09 PM
Again in no particular order, nor definitive:

Cat Empire
Rektango
Coldplay
Dandy Wharhols
Eskimo Joe
Jack White
Morcheeba
Paris Combo
Muse
Placebo
Radiohead
Pink Floyd
Celia Cruz
Ruben Blades
Willie Colon
Marc Anthony
Beuna Vista Social Club
Cafe Del Mar
Buddah Bar
Vivaldi, plus heaps of other classical composers.

And yes I know that they are not all strictly speaking bands