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WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO?

A PLACE TO SHARE YOUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEO'S ...

WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO?   AN OLD OLD SONG BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND OR SOMETHING NEW YOU JUST HEARD...  YOUR IPOD CATALOG OF FAVORITES OR YOUR FAVORITE CD BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND..   WHATEVER IT IS,  STOP BY AND SHARE IT HERE, WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR IT : )

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Old Time Rock & Roll -Charlie Daniels band
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Mostly classic Rock like Pink Floyd, Stones, Beatles but more recent stuff like David Cook, Lady Gaga , The Killers, I think Maroon 5 is good and One Republic to name a few

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@RavenofNewt wrote:

Mostly classic Rock like Pink Floyd, Stones, Beatles but more recent stuff like David Cook, Lady Gaga , The Killers, I think Maroon 5 is good and One Republic to name a few


Love Maroon 5!   Do you watch The Voice?

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No I don't watch the Voice,just American Idol
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This is a confusing question.  There were four selections for this option and two of them can actually be considered one.  Rock-n-roll music has been around since the 50's.  This is what I listen to, but if you look back into time now-a-days, it can also be considered "oldies".

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My favorite!!
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I love all of the great variety in what everyone is listening to!!  Thank you for taking the time to share what you are all listening to....
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Love on a Two Way Street; Cherish; Always & Forever

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Kishi Bashi and Jason Mraz, Coldplay.  Classical with Flute and Violinist, Josuah Bell.

The LAST THING I want to listen to is Oldies, I am old Why live in the past.   Lot's of the 

new music, especially with instrumentation and not too much digital is the Best. 

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The cover of Pharrell Williams' "Happy" by "Walk Off the Earth Band" on YouTube.

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         Kasey Kasem's top 40 hits from this date in 1981, a radio station here

 plays a weekly program of his old radio shows every Sunday. 

      

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Chubby Checkers The Twist.  Good Old Time Music

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Dean Martin crooning "In The Chapel In The Moonlight"...very romantic! Heart 

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I am from the last 'ice age'.  Born 1938. First lovein music was the still popular 'Big Band' music.  Then as a teen, I got hooked on Elvis.  Everything after the Big Bands, Elvis, Sinatra, Garland, Doris and a few others is not music to me but just loud boom-boom-boom!

 

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P.S.  Here in southern CA. I listen to FM 103.7.

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i keep my radio tuned to 97.3 out of Chattanooga Tn. which plays old country music

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Scott Shannon's True Oldies Channel on-line.

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I  have  become  a  big  fan  of  50's on 5  and  60's on 6  on  Sirius XM  radio.

Most  anything  from  those  years  is  something  I  remember  and  enjoy.

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jazz is nice and mellow
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@hj8386 wrote:
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Thanks for sharing and welcome!

 

 

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Diva     Annie Lennox

 

1. Why
2. Walking On Broken Glass
3. Precious
4. Legend In My Living Room
5. Cold
6. Money Can't Buy It
7. Little Bird
8. Primitive
9. Stay By Me
10. The Gift
11. Keep Young And Beautiful

 

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     Listening to Santana's new CD

 

       

                         Waiting for Bob Seger's new CD, his first in eight years

                  due out Oct. 14th titled Ride Out.

                         The first single "Detroit Made" has now been issued to radio

                  stations.

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I am listening to kirk whalum now til forever, pieces of a dream tell me a bedtime story, and Earl Klugh pretty world.

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So many to choose from, but Hey Nineteen or anything else by Steely Dan, Eric Clapton  Rod Stewart and that's just rock!


 


 

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I listen to Country and Gospel, but apparently that wasn't an option.  I think your survey is inaccurate without including Country and Gospel music as choices

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@Ambersalley wrote:

I listen to Country and Gospel, but apparently that wasn't an option.  I think your survey is inaccurate without including Country and Gospel music as choices


Hi Ambersalley, Looks like you are new to posting at AARP, so welcome!  I hope you will look around at the various topics and discussions & find something that interests you.  Also hope you will find some individuals that you enjoy exchanging posts/ideas with - lots of interesting people are involved here, and their interests and stances on any given issue can vary widely. So hop on in with a post, if you feel like doing so, please!

 

All sorts of music posts are welcome here.  I do not know what survey you are referring to, to be quite honest.  The idea here is for the poster to explain what type music they are listening to, or what artist, or what album, etc.  It can be what you are listening to at a very specific time, and in specific circumstances, or it can be what you are currently listening to in general.  Whatever you feel moved to post...  And if you have some related info, or an anecdote or memory, that would make your post more interesting, by all means include that in your post, if you are so inclined.

 

Country and gospel are fine categories, so your post is welcome here!   

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@gatorgorilla wrote:

@Ambersalley wrote:

I listen to Country and Gospel, but apparently that wasn't an option.  I think your survey is inaccurate without including Country and Gospel music as choices


Hi Ambersalley, Looks like you are new to posting at AARP, so welcome!  I hope you will look around at the various topics and discussions & find something that interests you.  Also hope you will find some individuals that you enjoy exchanging posts/ideas with - lots of interesting people are involved here, and their interests and stances on any given issue can vary widely. So hop on in with a post, if you feel like doing so, please!

 

All sorts of music posts are welcome here.  I do not know what survey you are referring to, to be quite honest.  The idea here is for the poster to explain what type music they are listening to, or what artist, or what album, etc.  It can be what you are listening to at a very specific time, and in specific circumstances, or it can be what you are currently listening to in general.  Whatever you feel moved to post...  And if you have some related info, or an anecdote or memory, that would make your post more interesting, by all means include that in your post, if you are so inclined.

 

Country and gospel are fine categories, so your post is welcome here!   


Well said   thanks !

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