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[Pan-users] Re: [Off-topic] Re: Re: Advice on other lists

From: Duncan
Subject: [Pan-users] Re: [Off-topic] Re: Re: Advice on other lists
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 17:55:32 +0000 (UTC)
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Gerald L posted on Wed, 26 Aug 2009 01:19:35 -0500 as excerpted:

>> WTF is Concrete Blonde?
> Now I know why you don't understand the need to have it all with you all
> the time. Your listening moods aren't eclectic enough. You can be
> satisfied with a few hundred songs by your "favorite artists".
> There are those of us who have no "favorite artist". Before portable
> hard drives I would burn CD's to listen to at work. 10 hours of MP3
> music per CD and I'd carry several. A single CD might contain
> Rachmaninoff, AC/DC, Norah Jones, The Cramps, Mendelssohn, George Jones,
> Concrete Blonde, Elton John, Donna Summer, Michael Jackson, Britney
> Spears .....
> You get the idea. I don't listen to a specific genre or set of artists.
> And what I want to listen to at any given moment in the day may change
> dramatically.

Eclectic tastes indeed.  I don't know a number of those, tho it may be 
because I don't "do" names as effectively as some.  There's a better 
chance I'd recognize the tunes.

Here, my top three genres are EuroDance/Trance/Electronica, Smooth-Jazz/
Ambient, and Manga/JPop/Gamer/C64 types.  I'm not much into rap or 
country, tho I'll listen to some once in awhile, but I like classical 
and /love/ Bach, enjoy upbeat oldies (BeachBoys, 50s/60s dance like Chevy 
Checker), get into good organ, harpsicord, drove my coworkers crazy one 
Christmas season with Bluegrass Christmas <g>, enjoy world/newage/folk, 
listen to reggae, shoutcast in some JPop, Korean, German, French, Russian 
or Polish once in awhile, stream Eurovision channels once in awhile, have 
a collection of Contemp Christian ranging from Testament and Stryper to 
Petra to Amy Grant, was a member of a Praise and Worship CD club for 
awhile... like 80s pop singers, particularly female, such as early 
Madonna, Cindi Lauper, Belinda Carlisle, Laura Branigan, Samantha Fox, 
throw some Concrete Blonde in their too...

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