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Arts & Entertainment "Beauty in art is often nothing but ugliness subdued." The written word, the spoken word, performance art, visual art. What is "Art?" From television advertising to opera, comic books to classic literature, vacation snapshots to the Sistine Chapel Frescoes; we are exposed to art every day. What is art to you?

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Old 25-04-2011, 08:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Favourite artist/Band of all time?

I mentioned on another thread recently who my favourite band were, and got me wondering what kind of bands other people would feel the same way about. (I'm sure it's been asked before, but I didn't find it when I searched)

I have a very eclectic taste in music, and the band that just tips it for me is quite a strange choice, that not too many (if any) people would agree on. For me, Dr Hook and the medicine Show, were the complete package.

Typical of the time, they were all about two things. Being off their faces, and having a blast making music. A lot of the time their music was poor, because they were just so fucked, literally dropping things and falling over, but it didn't matter, you could see how much fun they were having, and they never fail to put a smile on my face.

I'm never sure exactly what impact they have had on people in general. I'm fairly sure there will be a lot of people who, if they even bother to reply to this thread, will do so just to say how pony they were. But how aware of them are people in general? Do people under 40 even know who they are? Anyway, I'll admit they're not going to be every bodies cup of tea, but for some reason they just embody that era in the past were, musicians just got fucked and had fun making music.

One of there biggest hits.



One of my favourite songs of all time. How fucked must you be to find that so funny??



One of their shows they could hardly stand up at!



Finally one of their many, many nonsense songs.



Like I said before, I know i'm in a small minority of people who would vote this as the best band of all time, so tell us who gets your vote and why.
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Favourite band, too difficult to call but artist, still very difficult but for me has to be Stevie Wonder.

Here he is with one of my favourite guitarists Jeff Beck.

Stevie Wonder Superstition - Bing Videos#
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Old 25-04-2011, 09:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Favourite band, too difficult to call but artist, still very difficult but for me has to be Stevie Wonder.

Here he is with one of my favourite guitarists Jeff Beck.

Stevie Wonder Superstition - Bing Videos#
Don't know much about Beck, but Wonder is a great performer with a great voice, no question.

If you can't call your favourite 100%, just pick one of the contenders randomly. Or perhaps we should do a top 5/10 list as well?
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if you or any other tasteless twat likes dr. hook then you're bound to like this.

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Pink Floyd, pre Dark Side of The Moon influenced everything I listened to after.
I saw them twice in 1973 and again in 1975. Genesis follows closely behind in influencing my tastes..
My favourite musician for many years has been Pat Metheny.
I saw Dr. Hook about 3 years ago in Vancouver. Just Dr Hook on vocals (is the other
guy Ray Sawyer?). The wife of my oldest best friend wanted to see them. Probably the worst concert I ever went to. Sorry.
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if you or any other tasteless twat likes dr. hook then you're bound to like this.
Like Bob, think Vic Reeves is one of the most unfunny men on the planet, jointly with Lenny Henry.

Not connected to this thread in any way. Bore of you simpleton.
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Pink Floyd, pre Dark Side of The Moon influenced everything I listened to after.
I saw them twice in 1973 and again in 1975. Genesis follows closely behind in influencing my tastes..
My favourite musician for many years has been Pat Metheny.
I saw Dr. Hook about 3 years ago in Vancouver. Just Dr Hook on vocals (is the other
guy Ray Sawyer?). The wife of my oldest best friend wanted to see them. Probably the worst concert I ever went to. Sorry.
I think you would have seen Dennis. There was no actual Dr hook, although everybody assumed it was Ray Sawyer, making the connection with the eye patch. Did the guy you saw have an eye patch?

Pink Floyd are one of those bands, that the stuff of theirs I like, I really love, but they have done so much that I really don't like as well, probably 70%, so because of that would never make a favourite list.

Never heard of Pat Metheny, so will check him out.

Not a huge Genesis fan.
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Or perhaps we should do a top 5/10 list as well?
OK, here I go with my Top 10 and based upon the mood I am in tonight.

1. The Beatles.
2. Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
3. Led Zepplin.
4. The Kinks.
5. Steely Dan.
6. The Commodores
7. Bad Company/ Free.
8. Cold Chisel.
9. Queen.
10. Pink Floyd.

Artists.
1. Stevie Wonder.
2. David Bowie.
3. James Taylor.
4. Paul Simon.
5. Elton John.
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In no particular order:

AC/DC
Metallica
Radiohead
Smashed Raoul
The Cooper Temple Clause
Jeff Buckley
Massive Attack
Yngwie Malmsteen
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Easy. The Global Village Trucking Company. Under rated and priceless. Lived in a commune in Norfolk and often played for free. Saw them play half a dozen times in the 70's. Always gave their best and left you feeling glad to be alive.



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Good shout LT with the Chili Peppers . A proper rock band although with John Frusciante having left , maybe their new album will be a bit different .
Logician I didn't realise Dr. Hook were such complete stoners - perhaps I'm a bit too young ?
But for me the late Bob Marley had it all , in fact my daughter was only the other day singing his praises . How many other artists music could still have such relevance 30 years on ?
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I had a feeling my tastes would be a lot softer than others.

My list in no real order, off the top of my head. Would change if I went through my collection I'm sure.

Dr Hook
Hootie and the Blowfish
Bob Dylan
Tracy Chapman
Ray Lamontagne
Kings of Leon (First two albums mainly, before they were mainstream)
Eddie Vedder/Pearl Jam
Jack Johnson
Counting Crows
Joan Armatrading

I haven't even listened to the likes of Hootie or counting crows for years, but they still make it for the amount of pleasure they have given me in the past.

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Good shout LT with the Chili Peppers . A proper rock band although with John Frusciante having left , maybe their new album will be a bit different .
Logician I didn't realise Dr. Hook were such complete stoners - perhaps I'm a bit too young ?
But for me the late Bob Marley had it all , in fact my daughter was only the other day singing his praises . How many other artists music could still have such relevance 30 years on ?
Yeh good call. Marley would make everybodies top 30/40 wouldn't he? He has to be one of the most universally loved artist ever. Although that was mainly due to the connection with dope for a lot of people I'm sure.

I've been trying to expand my collection of Reggae recently, who has much other than Bob in their collection? The best I came up with was Toots and The Maytals, but open to any other recommendations.
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Easy. The Global Village Trucking Company. Under rated and priceless. Lived in a commune in Norfolk and often played for free. Saw them play half a dozen times in the 70's. Always gave their best and left you feeling glad to be alive.
Never heard of them before, but after a first listen, right up my street. I will get hold of some more. Cheers.
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Marley would make everybodies top 30/40 wouldn't he? He has to be one of the most universally loved artist ever. Although that was mainly due to the connection with dope for a lot of people I'm sure.
And the production work with session musicians in Island Record's London studio.
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Depends on what mood I'm in, I like a wide range
Hmmm
Heres a quick trawl through my music folder

Ocean Colour Scene
The Jam
Rolling Stones
Green Day
Faithless
Arcade Fire
Tracy Chapman
Killers
Usher
Neil Diamond
Rihanna
Elvis
Jason De Rulo
Otis Redding
Soloman Burke
Stereophonics
Leftfield
Bruno Mars
The Wanted
Plan B
R.E.M
Chicane
Kanye West
The Beatles
Dolly Parton
Eminem
2 Pac
Adele
David Gray
Charlie Pride
The Nolans
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Depends on what mood I'm in, I like a wide range
Hmmm
Heres a quick trawl through my music folder

Ocean Colour Scene
The Jam
Rolling Stones
Green Day
Faithless
Arcade Fire
Tracy Chapman
Killers
Usher
Neil Diamond
Rihanna
Elvis
Jason De Rulo
Otis Redding
Soloman Burke
Stereophonics
Leftfield
Bruno Mars
The Wanted
Plan B
R.E.M
Chicane
Kanye West
The Beatles
Dolly Parton
Eminem
2 Pac
Adele
David Gray
Charlie Pride
The Nolans
Jimi Hendrix
Jeff Buckley
Kara Tai
Come on 'sabaii Sabaii' you can do better than that. I'm talking about the one band that's made a difference to your life, or a small list of the same. You need to narrow it down a bit!
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The Killers,
The Hives,
The Smiths,
Pink Floyd,
Stone Roses,
The Strokes,
Nirvana,
Kings Of Leon,
David Bowie,
The Beatles,
Joy Division,
Yeah yeah yeahs,
Arctic Monkeys,
The White Stripes,
Kasabian,
Oasis,
Blur,

there'll be more to add to the list..........

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Ok I will go with

Ocean Colour Scene

The Jam

and

Killers
 
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In the order I became aware of them.

Rolling Stones
Parliament/Funkadelics
Ramones
The Pretenders
R.E.M.
Chilli Peppers

If ya couldn't dance to it, I wasn't interested.

My favorite singers are James Brown, Patty Smith, and Tom Waits.


Now all on the oldies playlist.
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Ok I will go with

Ocean Colour Scene

The Jam

and

Killers
Phew!! that's a relief. Out of that list, with shit loads of good stuff on, if you 'd of chosen Dolly Parton, the Nolans and Neil Diamond, I would have been really worried about you!

I was a huge OCS fan years back. They've done some great stuff.

Summer classic!

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For me, i don't really have an all time favorite. But if i have to judge by the times i listen to an artist(s)? Then i'd have to say: Underworld, Depeche Mode and Genesis invisible touch for one track in particular, domino.
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Phew!! that's a relief. Out of that list, with shit loads of good stuff on, if you 'd of chosen Dolly Parton, the Nolans and Neil Diamond, I would have been really worried about you!
It does need a good clean out, I've gotta stop drinking and downloading

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Café Tacuba. OK, nothing they record is in English which limits their exposure. Pity, as their recordings are brilliant.

Try this one for urban funk, Mexico City stylee...

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