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#105148 - 07/22/05 09:35 AM Re: "Bassy" music
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Registered: 12/01/04
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Loc: Richmond, VA
pretty much any disc by the Beastie Boys has got good LF notes. especially "B-Boy Boiullibase" (sp?) on Paul's Boutique!
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#105149 - 07/22/05 09:46 AM Re: "Bassy" music
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No, not Advil Lavigne!!!

#105150 - 07/22/05 12:33 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Well, the 'tweens weren't that interested in the old John Denver collection!!! Yeesh, what a crowd. Ya gotta keep up with the kids!!
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#105151 - 07/22/05 12:42 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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#105152 - 07/22/05 02:47 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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I resent that comment.

It's not overly bassy, but it does make use of the bass guitar moreso than other albums I have heard have. Queensryche - Empire, especially track 4(Della Brown).

Edited by Thasp (07/22/05 03:09 PM)

#105153 - 07/22/05 02:49 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Actually it seems there are a lot of kids today that are into some *older* stuff than I ever was... but I donno about John Denver, come on now.

Beastie Boys is a definite, I'd say PB is their least bass'y album too (although their best IMO).
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#105154 - 07/22/05 03:41 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Registered: 01/24/05
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Loc: Fla. Orig. Mich.
Used to like John Denver back in the 70s; had a few of his albums. He even had a pretty good TV show.

Only really bad thing I ever heard about him is that he had a hard time keeping his feet off the rudder pedals while changing fuel tanks.

#105155 - 07/22/05 04:04 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Loc: Glendale, Arizona
In reply to:

Actually it seems there are a lot of kids today that are into some *older* stuff than I ever was..

Back when I was in High School in the late Eighties there wasn't a whole lot to choose from music-wise. This was before the whole grunge scene exploded. New Wave and Pop were dying down, and the hair bands reigned supreme. I had my fair share of these albums--Whitesnake, Poison, etc.--but I wanted something else. Right next to my high school there was a Wherehouse. One day I was browsing the cassettes looking for something, and was pretty dissappointed with the popular selection, when the proverbial light bulb came on over my head. For some strange reason it occured to me that there was a lot of great music from the '60s. My parents had a couple of albums by these guys called "The Beatles" that were pretty popular back in the day. Mind you, I was a pretty naive kid and had no sense of the history of music. On a whim I picked up "Revolver" because the cover was pretty cool. While walking home I popped the tape in my portable cassette player and was totally blown away. That was the moment that changed my musical outlook. From that point on I wanted to discover all the great music from the past, and here, umpteen years later, I'm still journeying. Fun stuff, that first moment of discovery.

INANE kinda reminded me of that with his comment. Thanks, dude.
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#105156 - 07/22/05 04:25 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Registered: 01/24/05
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Loc: Fla. Orig. Mich.
Yup;.....for me the "Three Bs" were Bach, Puccini, and the Beatles"

In no particular order.

#105157 - 07/22/05 05:36 PM Re: "Bassy" music
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Loc: Seattle WA
Not fast music by any measure, but Jack Johnson has a fair amount of bass mixed into his albums. The first two are very good. You might also want to check out Ben Harper.
Or ignore me as these are two of my favorites right now and I take any excuse to mention their names.

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