millarworld.tv Comics Creators

What are you listening to?


#1826

That features a great vocal performance from Kees Immink as ‘Ewok no. 7’.


#1827

This Kees Immink?


#1828

No, the other one.


#1829

Today is Favourite Album Friday!

I shall be mostly listening to (possibly) my favourite piece of music of all time: Concerto for Group and Orchestra (1969 version).


#1830

@davidm, I’m listening to the 70s Rock station on Pandora and with every song, I just want to yell, “FUCK YEAH!!!”


#1831

Good morning.


#1832

I see your Mark Ronson and raise you Rachel Bloom parodying him:


#1833

Am I grown up enough for King Crimson?


#1834

His UK shows last year got amazing reviews. Grown men wept :wink:


#1835

One of my goals is to continue to get healthy enough to actually go out and be able to function like a human being for a few hours, at least long enough to catch a concert! Missed Donovan and my friend Jason Daniels both playing within a few miles, and i find that rather intolerable. Red Rocks might be a bit much (quite a bit of walking, up, down, in, out - and the worse to try to find a bathroom!). But this is Boulder County, and there’s music everywhere. Trick is to get to it!


#1836

#1837

Just a little lullaby


#1838

I don´t even have to tell why.


#1839

New Music Monday #2: Today I have been mostly listening to Ahoy Hoy (2016) by Boreas.


#1840

The sounds of your youth is amazing really. I was just watching a Hip Hop documentary on Netflix that showed it was invented the year I was born in 1973. It just took a long time to get recorded with Rapper’s Delight.

This is what I was listening to as a youth.

That’s old man’s music, Miqque’s choices of fat white men playing guitars in plaid shirts are now in the ‘antique’ section. :smile:


#1841

Yeah? Here’s a not-so-fat white guy still on the charts!

And ain’t plaid so much as clan…


#1842

Dear friends,

Hawkwind is so weird and outworldly and totally out of time it’s good again,

regards


#1843

Friend of mine has been involved with Hawkwind for many a year. Right now, the library site is down (don’t know when/if it shall return), but I do think there is a lot of material “wandering around on the web”.
:musical_note:


#1844

One of my favorite post-rock acts. If you get the chance to see 'em live, do it. You won’t regret it.


#1845

Tim Bowness has released this song from his forthcoming album. I’ve never been that interested in his music (though he impressed me when I saw him live last year) but I love his lyrics here.

The album is apparently a concept album about a fading (fictional) classic rock musician looking back over his career. I guess I find so much meaning in the lyrics because I’ve spent decades watching all the non-fictional versions of the character: