Thursday, October 04, 2007

The one about new music


Want a free book???

I have four copies to give away...

I just need some help in return.

it's an easy request, though.



I need some new music. I need suggestions because I think it is easier to find music from someone's suggestions rather than just waiting to hear something on the radio that I like. There is so much out there anymore that I'm not familiar with.

Like, music from this century. hee hee



I have this box of Designing With Details books here that I have for a while but didn't really say anything since I am not happy with the work I did (I was very uninspired last summer!). But the books are just sitting here....waiting for someone to look at them and enjoy them. The other scrapbook pages in this book are pretty cool!



So....leave me a comment that includes your playlist of songs (nothing older than the last 7 years or so). I am gonna give a book to the one with the longest list of music for me to look into, but I will also do a drawing for three more books that I will give away!!!

I would describe my favorite music to be alternative rock, post grunge, alternative metal..whatever you wanna call it. Maybe even a little industrial and goth.



...and here's a silly pic of me. :O


25 Comments:

Blogger ArtsyMama said...

Ok, I have some fun ones that JUST came out...

PJ Harvey's new release White Chalk

Eddie Vedder's solo album for the movie Into the Wild

Anything by TheThe

Anything by Ani DiFranco...her new one is Canon

Enjoy!!
Kari

7:32 AM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Joy said...

Oh! I've got some good ones!
Its a strange mix, I love it. A few of them might be older than 7 years old. Not sure about the dates. But not a crazy difference is sound or style.
*=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=*
Aiden - Breathless

Paramore - Misery's business *acoustic*

Paramore - Whoa

Paramore - Let this go

The Gorillas - Dare

The Foo Fighters - The best of you

Poreclain and the tramps - You want

Poreclain and the tramps - Sugar cube
Robots in disquise - Turn it up

Primal Scream - Some Velvet Morning

Sia - Breathe me

Muse - Plug in Baby

Portishead - Give me a reason

The Strokes - Whatever happened

The Gossip - Sweet Baby

Dirty Pretty things - If you were wondering

Babyshambles - Delivery

Babyshambles - Fuck forever

The Pixies - gouge away

All american rejects - The cigararette song ( acoustic)

Our Lady Peace - Innocent

Artic Monkeys - A certain Romance

Artic Monkeys - When the sun goes down

The Used - Yesterdays Feelings

Homegrown - More than friends

Mindless Self Indulgence - Wack

Orgy - Opticon

Breaking Benjamins - Firefly
*-=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-*
Could go on forver! Not sure what styles your really into. I'm all over the board with music.lol
I hope you like them. (left out the older than 7 years alternative songs. Let me know if you'd like some of them.)

8:17 AM, October 05, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Mariln,

I've got some playlists that I love on my iTunes. One is just a general mix, the other is unbelievably country music. (Can't believe I'm actually listening to country.) I also have a Jazz mix I love, and some old Sinatra lounge music.

Can you tell I've been into music lately?

I can download them into an Excel file very easily and will email them to you. Can you read an Excel file OK with your computer? I'll use the email that I use with our Alphabetica group if that's OK.

Sue Shelton

8:39 AM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Tammy said...

Hi, my name is Tammy, and I'm addicted to idea books. And YES this is the one!!! Yippee! So, here's my music list for you, right off my iPod!

Speed of the Sound of Loneliness byAlabama 3

Stolen Car by Beth Orton

You're Famous Baby by Nicolas Tremulus Orchestra

The Day Begins by The Call

Rubberneckin' by paul oakenfold

Butterfly by Crazy Town

New Sensation by Inxs

The Horizon has been Defeated by Jack Johnson

Back To Me by Kathleen Edwards

Lips Like Sugar by Echo and the Bunnyman

Inside Out (Live) by Might Lemon Drops

Can't Stop Wanting You by Paul Brady

Down on the River by the Sugar Plant by Mike Do...

I don't know the name of this one but it's by Michelle Brady

Bhindu Badgee by Joe Strum

Dirty Boulevard by Lou Reed

One Time One Night by Los Lobos

Bohemian Like You by The Dandy Warhols

Just Like Honey by The Jesus and Mary Chain

Happy listening!

9:15 AM, October 05, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marilyn- I love Pink Martini's. Kind of a 40's flair with some contemporary fresh funkiness. A few French songs. Just fun, feel good music. -Alisa

9:54 AM, October 05, 2007  
Anonymous suzi finer said...

never underestimate the power of Piaf...
love

10:00 AM, October 05, 2007  
Anonymous Erica said...

Ooooooh You really shouldn't challenge me like this. Especially when a Designing With book is offered... ok here I go:

(I put stars next to the ones that are more alternative that I thought you would like the best)

Acceptance*
Alkaline Trio*
Anberlin*
Armor for Sleep*
Doves
Foo Fighters
The Format
Hawksley Workman
Idlewild (cool, unique sound- band from Scotland)*
Inara George
Incubus
Ingrid Michaelson
Interpol
Iron & Wine
James
Joshua Radin
Mae
Mat Kearney
Mika
Motion City Soundtrack*
Muse*
Mutemath*
My Chemical Romance
Plain White T's
Quietdrive*
Rock Kills Kid*
Travis
The Bird & The Bee
The White Stripes
Wolfmother (has more of a classic rock sound- great band from Australia)*

10:15 AM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger linda said...

No list by any means, but I
had to laugh re: your 'musical likes' because I don't even know what that music IS... LOL I thinki I must be old... OR square... Tee Hee

11:25 AM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Amanda Elton said...

this is off the subject, but did you dye your hair black?? you are soo cool! I'm loving the stuff you're coming up with lately, Marilyn.
amanda

1:29 PM, October 05, 2007  
Anonymous Dina said...

I love the pic of you...LOL! You sent me a book last time (love it) but wanted to give you a few suggestions...
Missy Higgins--awesome Australian folk-ish singer. Download "Scar" and "They Weren't There."
Damien Rice--download "9 Crimes."
Great song.
The Side Project--"Call for You." Gorgeous song.
Joe Purdy--"Suitcase." Another great haunting song.
How about some old school Barry Manilow? LOL! Don't diss Barry, he writes the songs that make the whole world sing. LOL! Download "Could It Be Magic."
One of my favorite group is the Indigo Girls--download "Closer to Fine," "World Falls," "Ghost," and "Mystery."
Live--"Overcome."

4:21 PM, October 05, 2007  
Anonymous debra cooper said...

Oh, I love finding great new music!! If you want, I'd be happy to send you a CD mix to get the juices flowing! Mix CDs are my favorite ;-) Okay, here is my current, all time favorites:

Blind Melon - Rediscovered them recently. They have a new "Best of" out now. I always thought I'd like them, but I'm madly in love. I have a hard time listening to anything else lately. So amazingly talented! I had no idea!!

Steven Delopoulos - Just rediscovered him, too. He's with a band called Burlap to Cashmere, but his solo stuff is unusual and deep. You can check out some of his stuff on Utube to start out with. Folk Rock w/ lots of genres mixed in.

Over the Rhine - all time fav. You can listen to streaming feed on OvertheRhine.com

The Decemberists
The Fray
The Shins
Patty Griffin - all time favortite
Ray LaMontagne

I don't have a huge list b/c I tend to fixate on certain things I love, but hopefully, you'll find something you like here!

7:51 AM, October 06, 2007  
Anonymous teresa said...

Congrats on the book Marilyn! I am loving your daring and exciting hair! MY fav song these days is Rockstar by Nickelback. "I have the quesadilla...haha" that's my fav. part. :)
Also like I Got It From My Mama....forget who sings it. "All this $$$$ right here, I got all this from my mama." A lil trashy but nobody knows cept me and my ipod. Well, and now you and oh, the world!
(Don't need the book, just sharing songs w/you!)

2:50 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Lizzy said...

Oooohhh... Here are some current favorites:

Blue by The Jayhawks
All of My Days by Alexi Murdoch
Arms of a Woman by Amos Lee
Orange Sky by Alexi Murdoch
Simple Life by the Weepies
Waiting for the Sun by The Jayhawks
Walkin' for your Love by Widespread Panic
Pink Champagne by Venus Hum
El Agua de la Vida by Salsa Celtica
Hey Eugene by Pink Martini
Donde Estas Yolanda? by Pink Martini
The Way I Feel by Matt Wertz
House in California by Keb' Mo'
It Looks Like Love by Josh Rouse
Bad Time by The Jayhawks
Angeline by The Jayhawks
Dead Man (Carry Me) by Jars of Clay
Collection of Stamps by I'm from Barcelona
The Guy that Says Goodbye to You is Out of His Mind by Griffin House
The Compromise by The Format
La Tierra del Olvido by Carlos Vives
Thunder on the Mountain by Bob Dylan
You Woke Up my Neighborhood by Billy Bragg
California Stars by Billy Bragg & Wilco

Enjoy!
Lizzy

6:11 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Lee W. said...

Well, believe ir not, I don't have an iPod. But I love my CDs... can't wait for the new Foo Fighters. LOVE Audioslave, I believe Chris Cornell has a new album too. Might give the new Bruce Springsteen a try. Love Linkin Park- the concert was so fun. Love Korn. Any of the CDs will do ya'!!

7:23 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Janna said...

I love the dark hair and silly picture!

I tagged you on my blog!

10:14 AM, October 08, 2007  
Anonymous Kim Kwan said...

me, too...no list for you, but LOVE the picture! it is SO YOU!

2:16 PM, October 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also CD's not ipod! I am loving the following at the moment (all RnB):

India Arie
Chrisette Michel
Robin Thicke

laughing at your picture!
Sharma
Sharma.Samuels@vodacom.co.za

5:51 AM, October 09, 2007  
Blogger katydiddy said...

I love Amy Winehouse and just discovered Salsa Celtica.

10:24 AM, October 10, 2007  
Blogger Leslie said...

Oh, now this is a topic I can get into!!

Artists to check out:
Arctic Monkeys
Death Cab for Cutie
Denison Witmer
Eleni Mandell
A Fine Frenzy
Joshua Radin
Missy Higgins
Rachael Yamagata
Sanders Bohlke
Serena Ryder
Tegan and Sara
Tristan Prettyman
The Weakerthans

All good. Check them out!!

2:33 PM, October 10, 2007  
Anonymous AmyG said...

Blaqk Audio - I think you will like :)

Plain White T's

gtg - but i'll try & email you more :)

2:39 PM, October 10, 2007  
Blogger Casa Mia * My House * said...

Wow, you have a cute blog....
Here is my list, anything from
The Fray
Feist
Nickleback
Jack Johnson
the goo goo dolls
snow patrol
Maroon 5
Corrine Bailey Rae
Sarah McLauglin
Kate Havnevik

4:10 AM, October 11, 2007  
Anonymous Julie G. Baxley said...

Oh gawd, I feel old! Don't know half the groups anyone is talking about, but here are some of my likes:

George Clinton - Atomic Dog
Kanye West - Stronger
K.T. Tunstall - Both CD's are great

Anything else I listed would probably be 7 years or older, as I am loyal to the folks I listen to. I in fact do not own an iPod, and just recently got a cell phone, so go figure...

10:09 AM, October 11, 2007  
Anonymous Shannon Porter said...

Hi, I love your page!!! I can't wait to meet you, I'm coming to the art group. I'm Shannon I have a ton of different genres of music, but am unsure what you might like. Heres a partial list of my stuff. actually not, I'm unsure the best way to put them on. The favorite CD I've been listening to lately is Devil Doll - "The Return of Eve". My favorite song is # 3 "Gypsy Bitch". I think you might only be able to order online. You could listen to clips of her 1st CD, & I didn't like it as well. I'm unsure if she has clips from The Return of Eve? Have you listened to Ween? They're really fun & weird!! I love the new- New York Dolls CD!! I like Kaiser Chiefs, The Ramones, Wheatus, Mica, Nine Inch Nails, She Wants Revenge, The Raconteurs, Dr Dog, Wilco, The Jayhawks, Velvet Underground, Lou Reed, David Bowie, Scissor Sisters, Spoon, Lucinda Williams, Jet, I LOVE the White Stripes, & Tom Waits. Those are just a few, & not all alternative, but some different ones. I also love a ton of old standard older Rock & Roll, Like Grateful Dead Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones", Alt. Country, Blues, Jams, Folk, ETC. but maybe you only want new, modern rock stuff. I may not give you the longest list, but definitely have the most varied!!! The 2 BEST ways I find the new music, are- KRCL 90.9 FM in Salt Lake. You'll have to go online to preview their program guide, which is different types of music played by volunteers every few hours. They also keep play lists, for finding out the singers. # 2 is- going to Borders, Barnes&Noble, any music store, & listen to their picks or new picks. Anyway, maybe we can talk some music at the group? Or go listening to music?

7:01 PM, October 15, 2007  
Anonymous Shannon Porter said...

EEK, I need to organize better!!

7:18 PM, October 15, 2007  
Blogger Ruth Rae said...

what a great post! I just loved reading all your responces!
lets see if I can name a few that have not been posted :) and if you want me to send you a cd mix just let me know :) if you want to try out new music you must cheek out this site! http://www.pandora.com/

Ben Harper
Damine Rice
Sufjan Stevens
ben folds
cat power
feist
john butler
sia
kate bush
nickle creek

7:03 PM, October 17, 2007  

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