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Music Question: What are your favorite songs at the moment?

Asked by rockfan (12823points) August 25th, 2012

Here’s a few of mine:

1. The Sweet Life – Frank Ocean
2. Sail – Awolnation
3. Cough Syrup – Young the Giant
4. The A-Team – Ed Sheeran
5. Myth – Beach House
6. White Winter Hymnal – Fleet Foxes
7. Noah & the Whale – Blue Skies

What are yours? And what do you think of my choices?

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syz's avatar

Gavin DeGraw Sweeter
30 Seconds to Mars The Kill
(I’ve loved Sail since watching this)
still loving White Rabbits Percussion Gun
The Decemberists The Mariner’s Revenge Song
The Avalanches Frontier Psychiatrist

CWOTUS's avatar

Trip the Light by Praan (Where the Hell is Matt? – 2012)

Help I’m Alive by Metric

Hold On, Hold On by Neko Case

CWOTUS's avatar

Bon Iver – Wisconsin

Mr_Paradox's avatar

Beautiful Day and Vertigo by U2
I Fought the Law and Police on my Back by The Clash
Any song by the Soupbone Throne

CWOTUS's avatar

Peter Gabriel and Hot Chip – Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa

jerv's avatar

Steam Powered Giraffe – Automatonic Electronic Harmonics
Abney Park – Steampunk Revolution

Coloma's avatar

I’m an oldie but goodie 70’s girl who likes everything from classic rock to bluegrass, blues, jazz, country rock and I adore the 90’s venue.
I love Green Day, their 21 guns CD rocks!
I also love Tom Petty, old Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, jeez, I’d have to look at my collection as I am terrible with total recall of all the music I like.
My daughter has downloaded about a gazillion albums on my computer, enough for a lifetime of listening pleasure.

CWOTUS's avatar

Southern Culture on the Skids – Camel Walk

CWOTUS's avatar

I like the Nimbooda Nimbooda (and the dance scenes) from the Bollywood movie Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Maybe I’ll see the movie one day…

syz's avatar

@CWOTUS SCOTS, local boys (and girl)!

fundevogel's avatar

Lately I’ve been loving the jazzy tune Crossroads by The Eat. It’s from the French movie Angel-A but I’ve never seen it. Anywho I love the song.

CWOTUS's avatar

Rob Giles – Boom Bang

Berserker's avatar

Right now? He’s Back! by Alice Cooper.

cheebdragon's avatar

Lately I’ve been really into Mumford & Sons, Foster the People, and Fujiya & Miyagi (Transparent things + Collarbone are very awesome songs).

OpryLeigh's avatar

My all time favourite is No One by Alicia Keys but current favourites are Payphone by Maroon 5 and Mean by Taylor Swift.

Hain_roo's avatar

Mumford and Sons and these guys lately.

wonderingwhy's avatar

At the moment, in no particular order, and probably in need of an update by the time you read this…

Lady of the Lake – Rainbow, Long Live Rock ‘n ‘Roll
The Wolf – The Cult, Choice of Weapon
I Don’t Want This Night To End – Luke Bryan, Tailgates & Tanlines
Try To Find Me – Gorky Park, Gorky Park
Only One Who Waits – Insomnium, One For Sorrow
One Last Thrill – Slash, Apocalyptic Love
A Man on a Tractor – Rodney Atkins, If You’re Going Through Hell
Don’t Believe Her – Scorpions, Crazy World
Promised Land – Queensryche, Promised Land
Captain Morgan’s Revenge – Alestorm, Captain Morgan’s Revenge
Muckalee Creek Water – Luke Bryan, Tailgates & Tanlines

Earthgirl's avatar

Midnight on the Interstate Trampled by Turtles
Sugar Mama Deep Dark Woods
My Way Back Home Dawes

There’s a lot of music to listen to here! I will get back to you on how I like your songs. :)

wonderingwhy's avatar

@Earthgirl +1 for Trampled by Turtles, I just found them a couple weeks back and picked up Duluth after hearing Hammock Swinging.

Earthgirl's avatar

@wonderingwhy If you like that kind of music I have lots more recommendations. :)
Since you like Trampled by Turtles you might be interested in my Newport Folk Festival story.
This year I went on Sunday when it was threatening rain all day. At the ferry they had a table with stuff for sale like umbrellas and raincoats and suncreen and sunglasses. One side said Pessimists and the other side had a sign saying Optimists. It was very overcast all day but the rain was holding off. Trampled by Turtles came on stage. They did a couple songs then launched into Midnight on the Interstate. It was magical! The clouds parted and rays of sunlight started streaming down! Seagulls flew back and forth overhead crisscrossing the skies over and around the stage. It was the kind of moments you hope for and can’t force to happen. And strangely enough, when the song was over the clouds rolled back in and the sunlight was gone. I wil always love that song even more because I had that moment.
Later in the night, just before Jackson Browne came on the rain couldn’t hold back anymore! It came pounding down in sheets. People had cardboard boxes over their heads and we all stood in the rain listening to Jackson Browne. A different kind of magical to be sure!

CWOTUS's avatar

New Hampshire Hornpipe by Dave Grusin (from the movie On Golden Pond). I’d recommend hearing it on first before watching this video (which is a good video, but it has two pieces of music – both good – and some introductory narration). The video is especially good because of the orchestral version of the music, though.

And since I’m doing some oldies today, there’s always Whispers of the North by Gordon Lightfoot.

bookish1's avatar

I Started Something I Couldn’t Finish and Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before by the Smiths.
Song to Say Goodbye , Post Blue and Meds by Placebo.
I’m not depressed, I swear! Just a bit mélancolique…
Dirty Epic, Between Stars, and Cowgirl by Underworld. (OK, I just found out that it was Underworld who directed the music for the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics! What planet am I living on again…?)

Harold's avatar

Saw Slash and Myles Kennedy at Sydney Entertainment Centre last Saturday night. Absolutely FANTASTIC!!! Listen to
For an example of how good it was.

cheebdragon's avatar

Try to listen to this song without at least moving your head to the beat. Whitest Boy Alive – Burning

CWOTUS's avatar

Azure Ray

I don’t think I’ve heard anything from them that I would say “I did not like that.” That’s unusual.

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