Post a song that you love.

CherChezLaPLANCherChezLaPLAN 340 Posts
edited June 2011 in Strut Central


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  • Real Ax Band - I'm Checking My Problems Out


  • FrankFrank 2,364 Posts
    One of my top 10 most favorite bands of all times, genres & continents, this song might arguably not be from their best record (although they're all brilliant) but it holds a very special place in my heart. I just today dug this one out today from a dusty box and god damn if this doesn't bring back memories of times that cost me years of life expectancy... (a very wise investment though in retrospect). Love. love, love this song!



    oohh.. and this one... RIP Larissa.



    Texacala Jones...not ever another singer like her... my most favorite song by her would be a tie between these two:





    A friend taped me the album and it took me years to get it, I still listen to it regularly,


  • HorseleechHorseleech 3,830 Posts
    Or any song from this record.

    Luis Alberto Spinetta right up there with Marcos Valle as one of my favorite musicians ever.


  • sakedelicsakedelic 247 Posts
    I practically have these lyrics memorized, phonetically. Wish I knew what they meant! The unhinged guitar from Lanny Gordin just seals the deal.


    "Or any song from this record."

  • SPlDEYSPlDEY Vegas 3,375 Posts
    sakedelic said:

    "Or any song from this record."

    I really love that album. Lanny Gordin is definitely one of my guitar heros. I just picked it up in Argentina for about $20. Have you seen the music video to that song?

    - spidey

  • kitchenknightkitchenknight 4,922 Posts
    We stayed at the Ace Hotel in Portland last weekend, and the lyrics for this song were written on the wall. You all know it, but it's a song I love- in most all versions- and it's been happily in my head all week.


  • sakedelicsakedelic 247 Posts
    SPlDEY said:
    Have you seen the music video to that song?

    - spidey

    No, I hadn't - thanks!


  • GaryGary 3,982 Posts
    I love this song. My 3 year old song loves it so much he won't let us play anything else in the car. He walks around the house singing it all day.




  • willie_fugalwillie_fugal 1,862 Posts
    roll with me.


  • MoogManMoogMan Sao Paulo, Brazil 1,173 Posts
    sakedelic said:
    I practically have these lyrics memorized, phonetically. Wish I knew what they meant! The unhinged guitar from Lanny Gordin just seals the deal.

    Hey Sakedelic

    Here's a free translation I did for a friend some time ago of Gal's song.
    My English is very bad, so it may contain errors or some phrase may sound confusing.
    If there's anything you can't understand let me know and I'll try to explain it to you.

    Enjoy!

    Me, you, we two
    Already have a past my love
    A stored guitar, that flower
    And other little things too
    Me, you, Joao
    Spinning in the turntable without stopping
    And the dissonant world that we two
    Tried to invent
    Tried to invent
    Tried to invent
    Tried
    The happiness
    The happiness
    The happiness
    The happiness
    Me, you, later
    (It's) Ash Wednesday in the country
    And the dissonant notes (were) integrated
    To the sound of the imbeciles
    Yes, you, we two
    Already have a past my love
    The Bossa, the sadness, our big pain
    Like two square persons
    Wolf wolf fool
    Wolf wolf fool
    Wolf wolf fool
    Wolf wolf fool
    Me, you, Joao
    Spinning in the turntable without stopping
    And I feel touched by remembering
    The time and the sound
    Ah! it was so good
    But, no more blues, the reality
    Is that we learned with Joao
    To be forever out of tune
    To be out of tune
    To be out of tune
    To be
    No more blues
    No more blues

  • StoneHandsStoneHands 341 Posts
    Very famous Georgian song in soviet times, from a movie. Always go back to it every couple of months- underrated production steez!


  • StoneHandsStoneHands 341 Posts
    willie_fugal said:
    roll with me.



    hard as f*ck!

  • Mr_Lee_PHDMr_Lee_PHD 2,040 Posts

  • delaspdelasp 21 Posts
    Mr_Lee_PHD said:


    thanks for your post mr. lee, the song is tight

  • RaystarRaystar 1,106 Posts

  • parallaxparallax no-style-having mf'er 1,266 Posts
    Influenced by the slow jams some folks have already posted, this one is my heartfelt go-to...



    In terms of what I can't get enough of at this very moment, it's this thing, and it's completely blowing my shit to smithereens and forcing me to dance around like an android with a bad tick...



    Kindly,
    parallax

  • parallax said:
    Influenced by the slow jams some folks have already posted, this one is my heartfelt go-to...


    Kindly,
    parallax

    :woah:

    haven't listened to this in a MINUTE. thank you sir for posting.

  • eliseelise 3,252 Posts
    Swooooooooooooooon.


  • RockadelicRockadelic Out Digging 13,993 Posts
    Just drove 300 miles....mellowing out and winding down.




  • CBearCBear 902 Posts
    I was going to post Fred Neil. I'll post this instead:


  • tabiratabira 856 Posts
    A strutter here introduced me to this gem. Can't remember who but I'm eternally grateful


  • SPlDEYSPlDEY Vegas 3,375 Posts
    MoogMan said:
    sakedelic said:
    I practically have these lyrics memorized, phonetically. Wish I knew what they meant! The unhinged guitar from Lanny Gordin just seals the deal.

    Hey Sakedelic

    Here's a free translation I did for a friend some time ago of Gal's song.
    My English is very bad, so it may contain errors or some phrase may sound confusing.
    If there's anything you can't understand let me know and I'll try to explain it to you.

    Enjoy!

    Me, you, we two
    Already have a past my love
    A stored guitar, that flower
    And other little things too
    Me, you, Joao
    Spinning in the turntable without stopping
    And the dissonant world that we two
    Tried to invent
    Tried to invent
    Tried to invent
    Tried
    The happiness
    The happiness
    The happiness
    The happiness
    Me, you, later
    (It's) Ash Wednesday in the country
    And the dissonant notes (were) integrated
    To the sound of the imbeciles
    Yes, you, we two
    Already have a past my love
    The Bossa, the sadness, our big pain
    Like two square persons
    Wolf wolf fool
    Wolf wolf fool
    Wolf wolf fool
    Wolf wolf fool
    Me, you, Joao
    Spinning in the turntable without stopping
    And I feel touched by remembering
    The time and the sound
    Ah! it was so good
    But, no more blues, the reality
    Is that we learned with Joao
    To be forever out of tune
    To be out of tune
    To be out of tune
    To be
    No more blues
    No more blues

    Obrigado Moogman.. I really should sit down and translate some of my favorite brazillian tunes. To practice my portugese.

    - spidey

  • DrWuDrWu 4,021 Posts
    gareth said:
    We stayed at the Ace Hotel in Portland last weekend, and the lyrics for this song were written on the wall. You all know it, but it's a song I love- in most all versions- and it's been happily in my head all week.


    Damn dude. You should have given me a heads up. Nate who owns the Clyde is a good friend. Did you grab a bite there?

    J

  • much better than the original IMO...


  • bassiebassie 11,710 Posts
    Someone finally put this up on YouTube.



    This is pretty much a flawless song to me.

  • parallaxparallax no-style-having mf'er 1,266 Posts
    Truly amazing musicianship on this imo.



    Kindly,
    parallax
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