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    What is your favorite style of music?

    Rock, blues, jazz, classical, rap, heavy metal, contemporary, oldies.

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    raven009

    rock

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    Music from the 60s and 70s

    dowsa

    "Rock on ANN

    I like all sorts of music... The list is very long.  It's what I don't like... Disco.  I seriously don't like disco.

    Having grown up in the 70s, i love anything from that era, so i would have to say "rock".

    fjoel

    me too

    I love it all..60s 70s 80s....

    I like rock and oldies.

    I like musical sound that is enjoyable to listen to or relaxing , now a day it more like irritating noise or yelling can't make out whether there terrified or scarring them self too death.

    doolittle

    "kids today.." lol
    Ducky

    Moderator
    Our parents said that too! LOL!

    Rock and Roll. Country Ballads

    classical, jazz, folk, country, blues - in this approximate order. i'm pretty eclectic like with everything else...

    Any that is emotionally moving...........

    dowsa

    Like me on a "Dance floor TWO left feet .Girls whisper ."I think he has two legs in one leg of his under pants!

    Classic, blues, jazz,old musical numbers, 60s,all sorts, depends on my mood at the time.

    Rock n Roll especially from late 60's thru 70's though when I clean (which isn't often) I like head banging metal.  I enjoy Jazz and Blues too and some Pop........some classical, clean rap.... 

    dowsa

    you just like "Music! like me.
    doolittle

    Dowsa and me hanging in a tree singing lee la lee!

    A quiet evening:  Classical.


    With a glass of wine:  Jazz


    With Beer:  Rock


    At Karaoke: Oldies (Sweet Caroline; Take Me Home Country Road)


     

    Ducky

    Moderator
    All but classical. :(

    Rock,from the 60's and 70's,there's a lot of jazz I get into also...

    Sing me the blues baby!

    Flip

    So nice to see you back my friend! You have been missed.
    ClevelandRick

    "Ditto",welcome back,you have indeed been missed.
    doolittle

    Yes..glad you came "home"to us!
    Shootah

    Good to see you back!

    rock and roll at least u can understand itcomes from the heart if u can give music then u can understand it

    Heavy metal, blues, classical. In that order.

    hector5559

    A BIT LIKE WROUGHT IRON,I GUESS,

    ""


               One of my favorite groups.

    country bumpkin

    Moderator
    Fleetwood Mac, those were the days!
    Dardaigh

    They can't be that old! That means that we are *gasp* no longer spring chickens, ourselves. ;)
    Ducky

    Moderator
    Mick Fleetwood is about 65 years old...ooohhh
    country bumpkin

    Moderator
    Oh my! We are getting old!
    Ducky

    Moderator
    Some of us are!!!! :)

    Zeppelin,Cream,Allman Bros,Jimi,CSN&Y,Jim Croce',Gord Lightfoot,Diana Kraull,...aw heck I just love it all!!!""

    Dardaigh

    Love your list, lindilou and the music gif. Hendricks...yes...Cream...yes...Allmans...yes...CSN, without Y...yes...lol. ;) Oh and speaking of Yes...loved them too.
    emmix

    Love the music picture, so beautiful. thankyouxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    emmix

    Love the music picture, so beautiful. thankyouxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    emmix

    Love the music picture, so beautiful. thankyouxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    ACDC is my favorite hard rock band. I've been to see them in concert.


    Elvis Presley and Andy Gibb were my idols.


    The Bee Gees are unique, I love the falsetto.


    John Denver had a way of making us feel at one with nature.( and he was so cute)


    I grew up listening to country greats such as: Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Meryle Haggard, Willie Nelson, etc.


    Instrumental music calms me down when I'm pissed off.


    Folk music does wonders for getting me in the Christmas spirit.


    I consider myself lucky to like so many different types of music.


     

    Ducky

    Moderator
    Yep...Bee Gees, Elvis, Willie, Johnny..all good. (I've seen Willie twice :)
    country bumpkin

    Moderator
    When did you see Willie? He was here about 6 months ago.
    Ducky

    Moderator
    Saw him about (I'm guessing) 8 years ago, and again about 3 years ago. He sure isn't your typical celebrity...very laid back...acts like "one of us". :)
    country bumpkin

    Moderator
    This is why we love him here in Texas. He's just one of us. He even eats at Dairy Queen.
    Russrocks

    Anyone who eats at Dairy Queen and is still making music after all these years is all right by me!

    Both kinds. Country  and Western.

    FISH-O

    That's funny!
    Tommyh

    It's older than me,Too!LOL

    I'm with many here...60s-70s rock.( Led Zepplin, The Who & Eric Clapton especially)


    I have to sneak the old Rodster in here. Maggie May takes me back to my teen years in a nano-second.


    I also LOVE the blues....Howlin' Wolf, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGee, BB.King, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Leadbelly and on and on! (These talented men were the foundation of many of the famous British rock acts of the 60s, as they listened to and emulated the music coming from America.)


    Last but not least I love listening to Luciano Pavarotti and...Kid Rock.(My guilty secret! ha ha)

    digger

    Pavarotti. Now you're talking. The best !
    Dardaigh

    Nobody...but nobody came close to the depth of that man's voice.
    Russrocks

    Stevie Ray Vaughn?
    Dardaigh

    I know he's an icon to many, Russrocks but for some reason he was not my cup of tea, though it was tragic that he died at such a young age.

    Country and Western from the days gone by.


    Slim Dusty.


    Reg Lindsay.


    Wilf Carter.


    Tex Morton.


    John Williamson.


    Just name a few.


    Like country ballads best of all.

    nomdeplume

    I particularly like John Williamson's song 'The Shed' :
    All Australian boys need a shed
    A place where he can go and clear his head.
    To think about the things his woman said
    Yes all Australian boys need a shed.
    PEOPLELOVER

    I am having True Blue at my funeral service and Slims Looking forward looking back.
    dowsa

    Peoplelove I like the ballads.like Marty Robbins Gene Watson ( My fare well party good Funeral song )

    40s.

    Dardaigh

    Was Sinatra in the 40s, benkick9?

    I'm pretty easy to please.  My least favorite is Hip Hop or Rap. 
    Classical, "Show Tunes", 30's through 2012....there's so much to enjoy.
    And, yes, music should liberate emotions within the listener.  

    Anything that makes me laugh, smile, cry, sing-along, dance or remember good times in days gone by.  Music -- like any good art form --should bring out emotions in the listener, reader or viewer.

    Love the eighties, especially in a big disco hall with flashing lights going on you as you dance.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    gloriafrmCal

    I had the most fun during the disco era. Dressing up and those platform shoes brings up some fond memories.
    Gloria Gaynor "I Will Survive"
    lindilou

    I knew others would appreciate this little beauty!Peace!

    I Like a bit of choping,or Handel,mixed with  a bit of jonny Ray

    AC/DC rock. I always crank 'em on the radio in the car but oddly enough I don't own any of theirs.


    Favourite BeeGee song...First Of May.


    John Denver- always had a soft spot for him and born on same day (NOT same year,lol.)

    Russrocks

    My favorite Bee Gees song is "I started A Joke" because it's sad and ironic, and sung by Robin instead of Barry's falsetto.
    Dardaigh

    Now see? While I'm reading your response, First Of May is running through my head. Funny how music works. They say if you can set something to music it will be much easier to learn and can be easily recalled many years later, like ABCDEFG...lol. Such as when we had to learn songs in Latin as children. I still know them but have no idea what I'm singing.

    Anything that is not hard rock or electronica. My preferences are shown in www.reverbnation.com/taba.. free adverts by the way amongst 2 million artists :).

    ed shank

    Boooo.

    Classical and 50's Rock.



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