poohbcarrot wrote:Trish wrote:You want "big," all encompassing music that isn't opera (which I love) and has a beat?
Give a listen to Meatloaf. He recorded a duet w/ Pavarotti that's fantastic and if that doesn't sell you, try the songs "Original Sin" and "For Crying Out Loud."
Meatloaf? I loved the Bat out of Hell album when I was 17!
Why didn't you include Total Eclipse of the Heart?
It was written by the same guy that wrote Bat out of Hell. Very encompassing!
I'm with you on that one he was one boring AHPerdita X wrote:Billy Bragg a busdriver now is he? - lets hope he makes a better job of it than singing!!!!
poohbcarrot wrote:It's not the "Rotatey Diskers with Unwin" album, is it?
Some phrases from Unwinese
Deep joy: Pleasing.
Goodlilode: Good or excellent.
Nockers (as in I did nockers): Not.
Once a polly tito: Once upon a time.
Thriftymost on your banky balancer: Very good value.
For anyone not familiar with the great man, here's an examplibold;
superfurryandy wrote:As my name might suggest, I am of the opinion that Super Furry Animals are the best musical thing ever - certainly the best, most innovative and creative band to have emerged from the morass of 'Britpop'.
Apart from SFA, New Order, Orbital, Public Enemy, Elbow, Doves, Lalo Schafrin, Gil Scott Heron, The Specials, Billy Bragg, Busdriver, and the James Taylor Quartet are among those in my Hall of Fame, and I like lots of other stuff as well.
Let's face it, music is the best.
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