What are you listening to right now?


TenPenny
#1801
that is funny. I liked it.
 
talloola
#1802
The Spa - Galaxy
 
gopher
#1803
More cricket for me. At tea break at the moment ...
 
Spade
#1804
YouTube - Suo Gan
 
Cannuck
#1805
The Cottars

YouTube - Ready For The Storm
 
AnnaG
#1806
Quote: Originally Posted by Cannuck View Post

The Cottars

YouTube - Ready For The Storm

Oh, I like them. TY, Cannuck.

Listening to Chic Gamine now:

YouTube - Chic Gamine: Butterfly Woman
 
Walter
-1
#1807
Sean Hannity on WCBM.
 
JakeElwood
+1
#1808
Three CDs on shuffle in the CD Player, not on an iPod:
1. Them Crooked Vultures by Them Crooked Vultures
2. Howling Book by Eleven
3. Lullabies to Paralyze by Queens of the Stone Age
 
gopher
#1809
No live cricket online for me tonight. Therefore, I'm listening to the wind outside my window.
 
Johnnny
#1810
Quote: Originally Posted by gopher View Post

No live cricket online for me tonight. Therefore, I'm listening to the wind outside my window.

me too actually, something is rattling outside atm
 
lone wolf
#1811
The local sports, my furnace, an annoying tower fan (that sounds like a Siamese cat) and this blasted ringing in my ears....
 
talloola
#1812
listening to the cat play with an empty thread spool,
on the stairs, she's having so much fun, going wacky,
and while I type this I have my back to the TV, and I'm
listening to play by play of san jose/st. louis hockey
game.
 
china
+1
#1813
The Beatles .
 
Walter
-1
#1814
Don Imus on WABC.
 
gopher
#1815
Post game wrap up for the BCS title.
 
talloola
#1816
Tonight,for the third time, on PBS, I watched 'Alone in
the Wilderness', the true story of the life of Dick
Proenneke, the fellow who moved to alaska, built himself
a cabin from scratch, and lived there for over 30 years,
all by himself.
It is an amazing film ,all filmed with his home movie camera,(with a little help from a neighbour) , and all of his
journals are available, and the book as well.

If you haven't had a chance to view this wonderful film,
make a note of it, and watch it sometime.
 
ironsides
#1817
Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra - Strangers on my flight
 
ironsides
#1818
Wonder how one could cut back 80% and still have a comfortable life. I have seen what is left of Tulsa's coil out on Long Island. Wonder if they ever got it going. Telsa coils all over te place broadcasting electricity to the world. Telsa was a bit weird, guess that was his genius.
 
Cliffy
#1819
Grandpa Elliot & the Playing for Change band
 
YukonJack
#1820
Tchaikovsky's "Capriccio Italiano".
 
AnnaG
#1821
Quote: Originally Posted by YukonJack View Post

Tchaikovsky's "Capriccio Italiano".

oooooo I like that one.

I'm listening to Henry Mancini's "Baby Elephant Walk" from the soundtrack of "Hatari".
 
YukonJack
#1822
Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies. At the moment I am at #6.
 
gopher
#1823
Australia vs Pakistan - another international cric match which is presently @ tea.
 
JakeElwood
#1824
The Raconteurs 2nd album "Consolers of the Lonely"

The final track "Carolina Drama" is a clever little tale.
 
gopher
#1825
... you guessed it - still viewing yet another international cricket match twixt Aus & Pak. Now @ tea.
 
talloola
#1826
galaxy - the spa - sattellite music channel
 
gopher
#1827
Watching/listening to more cricket!

Aussies are kicking Pakistan's butts yet again.
 
gopher
#1828
''Dancer With Bruised Knees'' McGarrigle sisters = two of the greatest performers, ever!
 
gopher
#1829
"A Foggy Day" - Rufus Wainwright & Kate McGarrigle
 
gopher
#1830
"Was My Brother In The Battle?" Kate & Anna McGarrigle
 

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