Are there any albums where you get suspicious of people that don't like them, like they might be on the spectrum or something?
I sincerely believe that if you don't at least love the first 4 tracks on this thing you might well be autistic since you clearly can't process even the most basic emotions of human euphoria. Get it checked out with your doctor, mmkay?
Are there any happy patrician albums?
srsly, im sad because of lemmy
when i started balling i was young
you gon' think about me when i'm gone
i need that money like the ring i never won
Let 'er rip
Post your profile and your favorite jazz and classical releases you have enjoying lately.
Really liking Walking Shadows by Joshua Redman. A grey showcase of talent but still shows off a lot of emotion. Setting him with orchestra and trio creates a lot of different moods too.
Only started rating stuff a month ago.
That's a nice prompt though, because I found this thing recently and it seems pretty criminally underrated. It's jazz improv.
I've been re-listening to some exotica/latin/afro-cuban jazz recently. This is such a good album.
I've been on a jazz and classical kick recently anyway
Vangelis is great
Oh, I've been meaning to check that out
/mu/CHELLAPALOOZAROO DAY 5": WAY OF THE FUTURE DAY AT 10:45 PM EST. Join the chat for this listen along by going to http://mutantradio.org/player/ or https://mibbit.com/?channel=%23%2Fmu%2Fradio&server=irc.rizon.net.
(this also streams so if you are using the web player exit out of that tab)
PLAY IN MEDIA PLAYER OF CHOICE
it worked with lemmy
>rock music for people who don't want to admit they like rock music
>classical music for people who can't get into actual classical music
What's the greatest song you've ever heard?
For me it's probably September by Earth, Wind & Fire.
How can she live with the guilt of killing her own father?
Shout out to the guy who gave me the stems for track 4 for me to make a track out of, thanks my man
Also RIP Lemmy
3x3 last 7 days thread
rate, and make suggestions for others
I'm gonna say check out I Love You Honeybear, not because it is similar to anything on your chart, just cause I love that album
>Age of Adz
Reminded me a lot of the Field Mice at times. I'd recommend you listen to them and any Sarah records band, but I tell everybody to do that regardless of what they already listen to.
Oh cool never saw Chicane on mu before
I usually like that 90's and early 2000's trance aesthetics but I couldn't get into that one
What do you recommend from that style tho
I don't know much honestly
Ok lads enough of this gringo shit, post sertanejo from your country
what am I supposed to feel when listening to this?