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In Reply to: RE: The DVD and Streaming flavor posted by Cut-Throat on May 23, 2017 at 13:51:28
and listened to the first minute of each track. Why does the guitarist always play the same simple twangy stuff? I think you're right about the wine - I need to drink a bottle or three first and perhaps that would put me in the mood. I'm totally sober now.
As for female pianists, I'm more the Liz Story type. I've heard her live at the Woodruff Arts Center playing the Steinway unamplified in a nice hall. Magnificent.
I have several of her albums containing wonderfully expressive and emotional original work. It is her music that stirs the blood in my veins. :)
It's an acquired taste...... If you really want to enjoy it, Watch the DVD.... If you're just interested in proving me wrong, just let me know. I can accept that.
and just exercised it. Again. Did you recall that I already have some of her music? Eyes not required.
For me, I can pretty much determine as to whether or not I like something in the first minute of hearing a work. I was strolling through some new albums on Tidal and listened to Rihanna's newest. Most of her stuff doesn't do anything for me, but occasionally I find something that does. From Anti , I like "Same Ol' Mistakes". And Katy Perry's latest single, "Bon Appetit". Well, I could do without the auto-tuned rap near the end. :)
In the classical genre, I discovered Howard Shore's Two Concerti . More nice stuff.
Musical tastes just vary. Widely at that!
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