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re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 1:44PM Thread Closed

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Displaced by Azure Ray - http://youtu.be/_kQp1uxz5a0

re: Playlist:  Cerulise  8 Sep 13 1:53PM Thread Closed

Given how you love ballads, ever listen to Sue Quigley? She does your kind of stuff I bet.

http://youtu.be/psn9hB6mK8U This is Paper Tiger if you're interested, mate.

re: Playlist:  unknown  8 Sep 13 1:56PM Thread Closed

> > P.C. was once a poetry site. Now, it is every thing but.
>
>
> If I want to post a Playlist thread and it's fine with everyone,
> except you of course, then I'll post one.
>
> If you have something to say about poetry why not start your own
> thread?

plath says it is a no go, so we have to put up with your selfish ego as usual.

re: Playlist:  Cerulise  8 Sep 13 2:01PM Thread Closed

Nick Cave's, "The Bad Seeds," sounds very appropriate; it's close to a huge, anthropomorphic piano added to a marching band in a raining funeral. Good stuff.

re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 2:12PM Thread Closed

> Nick Cave's, "The Bad Seeds," sounds very appropriate; it's close
> to a huge, anthropomorphic piano added to a marching band in a raining
> funeral. Good stuff.


No Cerulise, that's Nick Cave AND The Bad Seeds - they're a group.

Please try and keep the thread to links to songs. That's what I started it for.

If you want to chit chat with your troll pal, start a new thread. ;)

re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 2:13PM Thread Closed

> plath says it is a no go



No, Plath doesn't say anything of the kind.

Like I said, if you have something to say about poetry, start your own thread.

re: Playlist:  unknown  8 Sep 13 2:14PM Thread Closed

> > Nick Cave's, "The Bad Seeds," sounds very appropriate; it's
> close
> > to a huge, anthropomorphic piano added to a marching band in a
> raining
> > funeral. Good stuff.
>
>
> No Cerulise, that's Nick Cave AND The Bad Seeds - they're a group.
>
> Please try and keep the thread to links to songs. That's what I
> started it for.
>
> If you want to chit chat with your troll pal, start a new thread. ;)

That's right you tell the idiot to stop spoiling your thread.

re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 2:18PM Thread Closed

> Given how you love ballads, ever listen to Sue Quigley? She does your
> kind of stuff I bet.
>
> http://youtu.be/psn9hB6mK8U This is Paper Tiger if you're interested,
> mate.


Thanks Cerulise, but that's really not the sort of 'ballad' music I like, not that I would call any of the songs I've posted 'ballads'.

No, I didn't like that song or the music or the voice of the singer. It was too middle of the road, too bland, too AOR.

If you want a taste of the type of female voice I like in music then listen to the link for Azure Rays song Displaced I posted at the top of page 2 in this thread.

That's Maria Taylor and Orenda Fink. Lovely voices both.

re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 2:21PM Thread Closed

Cerulise .. have you heard any Mazzy Star? If not ..


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Fade into You by Mazzy Star - http://youtu.be/IWvEXChflEE

re: Playlist:  unknown  8 Sep 13 2:23PM Thread Closed

Sue Quigley sounds like an Allis Chalmers tractor starting on a frosty morning.

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