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#105158 - 07/22/05 06:04 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Them two like to tour together. I saw both in concert at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, twice.
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#105159 - 07/22/05 06:25 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Try:
Tracy Chapman - Fast Car
Holly Cole - I Can See Clearly Now
Holly Cole - Train Song

And cough..... mumbled under my breath...... Nely - Country Grammar / Ei
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#105160 - 07/22/05 06:41 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Loc: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
popular music that has bass... hmm not quite to sure on that one, but if you want to check out some serious bass, listen to "drums & bass" artists such as: dj dara, dieselboy, ak1200, technical itch... those will get your walls rumbeling for sure. also any metal that has double bass pedals is amazing especially if you have a fast accurate sub... songs from fear factory, arch enemy, insomnium, shadows fall, are absoultly amazing... lol i doubt anyone hear was heard of any artist i just mentioned....
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#105161 - 07/22/05 06:43 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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I was with you for one of them. It's where I first paid attention to Jack Johnson. I've been a convert since. I wish they would play somewhere else though. I don't really like the Greek Theater very much.
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#105162 - 07/22/05 07:34 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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No wonder i can't tell them apart...
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#105163 - 07/22/05 07:42 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Loc: NL, Canada
Massive Attack use a lot of bass, though they are not for everyone. Trip-hop, supposedly...I dunno, I like them when I'm in the mood to relax and/or feel some bass (relaxing to deep bass doesn't seem to make a lot of sense, but a lot of the music is laid-back). They write a lot of longer, moody songs which are all pretty bass heavy, but some that stick out are:
"Angel" (from "Mezzanine")
"Inertia Creeps" (from "Mezzanine")
"Butterfly Caught" (from "100th Window")
"A Prayer for England" (from "100th Window")
"Name Taken" (from "100th Window")

Both Mezzanine and 100th Window are great albums, IMO. Their album "Blue Lines" was recommended by Paul Messenger in the Stereophile Records 2 Die 4 if that means anything. His description of their "style" is right on.
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#105164 - 07/22/05 08:11 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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If anyone has "God Shuffled His Feet" by the Crash Test Dummies, How Does a Duck Know? (track 8) has very deep bass on it.
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#105165 - 07/22/05 08:12 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Now I'm going to have to dig that out...

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#105166 - 07/22/05 08:14 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Registered: 03/07/05
Posts: 7400
Loc: Glendale, Arizona
James_R, I have "Brushfire Fairytales" by J. Johnson. A guy I used to work with really liked Ben Harper. He was supposed to burn me a copy, but he moved. There is bass on "Brushfire," but I don't know if it is deep. I think my bookshelves can handle it just fine. I'll play around with it tonight.
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#105167 - 07/22/05 08:23 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Registered: 03/07/05
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Loc: Glendale, Arizona
I think I've mentioned this already, but I first heard Jack Johnson at UCSB. Seemed like he was in constant circulation on students' cd players in the film dept. I don't know when he graduated, but it couldn't have been that long. Some of the students still talked about him.


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