Ride of the Valkeries (Classical)

always thought it's Fligt of the Valkeries (Classical)

BTW it is Flight. And in in German it is "Die Walk├╝renritt", were the ├╝ is a sound nonexistent in English. But ritt translates to a ride.

for me not easily to distingwish flight from to ride
You can ride a horse, a bike, but it's not a fligth


to ride supposed to move on something
you say: on a sweep and so on
How could the valkereys move? On WHAt?
On sweeps from Scotland?

My fairly ecelectic most listened to artists, in alphabetical order and according to my computer playlists, for the last 3 months have been:

Avenged Sevenfold
Bert Jansch
The Clash
Dropkick Murphys
The Dubliners
Einsturzende Neubauten
Fields of the Nephilim
George Thorogood
Kings of Leon
The Levellers
Linton Kwesi Johnson
Nick Cave
Ry Cooder
Seasick Steve
Sex Pistols
Sisters of Mercy
The Velvet Underground
The Who

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At last. Dryden Mitchell of Alien Ant Farm - top bloke:


My moms a DJ so I have a wide spectrum of what I listen too

righteous brothers
pink floyed
the police
the carpenters
drive soundtrack

and many many more.

Not a bad performance, although he accelerating to the end. He must catch a train?
When I hear this toccata( = touching the keyboard), the following alway comes into mind. Bach had more then 20 children (from 2 wifes). So one morning he walks angry to his church, where he is organist. Saying, she had a headache again! Sits before his his organ and starts to play, ramming his keyboards. A new toccata was born.

It wasn't my favourite version but I watched a few and it had the best visuals. It's like watching someone try to drive two cars at the same time.

I like listening to alternative rock music.

Personally, I like classical music (Handel and Bach), I also like Contemporary Gospel, when it comes to music with vocals.

As a preformer I love to sing Mozart

I have been big into the progressive rock band Dream Theater as of late. They combine some serious talent with cutting edge rock, even metal some would say. The talent these guys have is second to none in my opinion, but you need an ear for music and a liking for hard progressive rock to appreciate this band.

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re Dream Theater. Was Ok, the bit I listened to. Reminded me very much of Pink Floyd and early Genesis.

Yes Diafol, Pink Floyd for sure, Dream Theater was/are very influenced by Pink Floyd. I haven't heard them mention Genesis but then again, I haven't heard all of their interviews either. There are other bands that I hear when I listen to them, at points in different songs I hear Led Zepplin and Tool. They like to incorporate orchestras into their music too.

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Rival Sons.

Gonna see them in Sin City on the 29th. Can't wait.

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Me and missus at Rival Sons and The Graveltones on Monday night (Sin City). Awwwww. That's what I call energy. Graveltones - how can two guys make so much noize? Ears are still ringing 2 days on. But if it's too loud, you're too old :)


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BTW - AC/DC now on Spotify. At last!

AC/DC were one of the few bigger name bands to perform in Bali, sadly i missed them.

About everything there is. I can listen to almost anything. There's no "bad" music, just people's different tastes.

I like music just in general in all genres, to call some examples with songs I listen quite often to, for each genre:

Classical - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipzR9bhei_o
Orchestral - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AohscTU5PZc
Hard Alternative Rock - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHzU-9iozmo
Alternative Rock - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBr7kECsjcQ
Hard Rock - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Xd_ntREJMU
Rock - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dj1sVQ2qdnI
Rap - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvLmcRZte78
Jazz Duet - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfUD0WhE264
Dubstep - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkime9M4z34 (this is actual dubstep, not just random noises placed under category "Dubstep" just because)
Korean Electric Pop - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAbokV76tkU
Hard Dubstep - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiNYUQXMH0A (warning: turn down the volume before proceeding)
Techno - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vcgsSJ9MQc

I mean. Seriously.

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There's no "bad" music.

Try listening to One Direction. Or Robbie Williams. Get me a vombag.

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It's still not bad, it just doesn't meet quality requirements.