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From ray/Ray (1,030)
on July 31, 2003 4:23:04 PM CDT
Desert Island Discs
is a British radio programme. Guests have to imagine they're castaway
(alone) with only 8 records - presumably for the rest of their lives! In
popular music it has to be a single piece, not a whole album. They have to
choose 1 book, too (Bible and complete works of Shakespeare are given).
Here's my 8 - no particular order - what's yours?
Pink Floyd: Shine on you crazy diamond
Van Morrison: The healing has begun
The Beatles: Hey Jude
Joaquin Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez
Anton Dvorak: "New World" symphony
Kate Bush: The big sky
Sting: Brand New Day
Smokey Robinson: Tears of a clown
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From michaelallen/Michael (441)
on July 31, 2003 5:34:03 PM CDT
1-Miles Davis: Kind of Blue; 2-Terence Blanchard: Simply Stated; 3-Jackson Browne: The Pretender; 4-Holst: The Planets; 5-Michel Petrucianni: Live at the Village Vanguard; 6-Patricia Barber: [anything]; 7-Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings; 8-Stephen Fearing: Industrial Lullaby
From deleted185/deleted (31,625)
on July 31, 2003 7:50:23 PM CDT
Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings
Stevie Nicks: Beauty and the Beast
Boston: The Man I'll Never Be
America: Ventura Highway
Stan Kenton: Malaguena
Dreams: New York City
Big City Music Band: A Sad Little Tune(my old band, my song)
From drdoom2003/Robert (1,094)
on August 1, 2003 3:19:27 AM CDT
Here you go. I reserve the right to change these at any point in my life.
Rolling Stones: Through the Past Darkly
Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers
Guns 'n Roses: Apetite For Destruction
Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here
Depeche Mode: Violator
The Police: Every Breath You Take - Singles Collection
Nirvana: In Utero
From ronsuss/Ron (1,240)
on August 7, 2003 12:02:57 PM CDT
Genesis- "the lamb lies down on braodway
Bowie-"ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars"
John Coltrain- "Giant Steps"
Mozart-"symphony 44 in G minor"
Beatles - "abby road"
Peter agbriel - "so"
Pink floyd - " dark side of the moon"
From lvross/Laurel (341)
on August 7, 2003 2:48:55 PM CDT
No particular order:
Brahms - Symphony #4
J.S. Bach - Brandenberg Concertos
Beethoven: The Five Piano Concertos (#3 if I had to choose only one)
Ralph Lauridsen's "Lux Aeterna"
Fleetwood Mac - "Rumours"
John Denver - "Poems, Prayers and Promises" (oh quit smirking...I LOVE him!)
Enya - "Watermark"
Grateful Dead: "Skeletons from the Closet"
From deleted29080/deleted (476)
on August 7, 2003 8:55:58 PM CDT
Clem Snide - Soft Spot
U2 - Best Of Collection (two cds)
Weezer - Pinkerton
Liam Lynch - Fake Songs
Ben Folds - Live
Alanis Morrisette - jagged little pill
Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie & The Infinate Saddness
From absolut/Omur (897)
on August 8, 2003 9:35:59 AM CDT
- Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here
- Pink Floyd: Dark Side of The Moon
- Led Zeppelin: Zoso
- Led Zeppelin: II
- Deep Purple: In Rock
- Deep Purple: Machine Head
- Metallica: Master of Puppets
- Iron Maiden: Live After Death
From wallacerollins/Wallace (336)
on August 8, 2003 9:30:36 PM CDT
Charlie Parker: Now's the Time
Louis Armstrong: West End Blues
Miles Davis: On Green Dolphin Street
Dave Brubeck: Balcony Rock
Ben Webster: Body and Soul
Count Basie: Sunday at the Savoy
Bunny Berigan: I Can't Get Started
Billie Holiday: Fine and Mellow
Eight just isn't enough.
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