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So What Are You Listening To Right Now?

Always been a big music fan. Never really cared for , always listened to stuff that sounded good to my ears. I have my preferences but I always keep an ear out for some of the newer stuff that's coming out. That's doesn't mean though that I don't listen to the classics. Right now between listening to 's album (absolutely love and ) and a lot of random from and to and .

I'm trying to broaden my musical tastes and what better way to do that than get what my fellow PPers are listening to right now. Chime in and it would definitely help if you have a short write up why you like the song/album that you are listening to right now plus perhaps a link.


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LynnWrites wrote on August 26, 2014, 2:30 AM

I like all genres, never did have a favorite. I love Sting and Bryan Adams too. I also enjoy classic 60s and 70s music. Right now I'm listening to 15th century lute, a friend introduced me to it the other day and I'm enjoying it. Very calm and relaxing.

BarbRad wrote on August 26, 2014, 3:15 AM

I'm not listening to anything. I never do when I'm working, unless I'm trying to drown out power machinery or stay awake. Then I listen to a real classic -- Mozart.

LoudMan wrote on August 26, 2014, 6:34 AM

I'm listening to less and less contemporary music daily. Maybe it's from working in a bar. Maybe it's from recognizing the brainwashery in modern music.

LisaSteinmetz wrote on August 26, 2014, 8:09 PM

Currently listening to rock music, but come bed time I will be listening to piano instrumental music by Yiruma.

FourWalls wrote on August 29, 2014, 1:28 PM

I'm going through my iPod alphabetically right now. I'm up to the "N"'s, so I'm hoping another 5-6 weeks and I'll be done. Out of the iPod I've been listening to the new Dale Watson "Trucking Sessions 3" and the Baseball Project's new album (I saw them earlier this month). I keep going back to the new Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison album, too, and my favorites from last year, "Gone Away Backward" by Robbie Fulks" and "Southeastern" by Jason Isbell.