Articles tagged with music
In Tribute To Jeff Carson
Country #music artist turned lawman Jeff Carson was trending in the feeds on many social media today. I didn't think anything of it initially, until I learned he had passed away! He was only 58 years old, which as far as old goes, isn't THAT old. I am
I am genuinely confused
My online contact makes me laugh. He knows I need to write to keep sane, so he's always asking me to write pieces for the enormous number of websites he owns and maintains. I've written about renting a #property, claiming after a personal #injury, #corpor
Guns N' Roses "Sweet Child O' Mine" Redo
I can honestly say that I have never listened to the band, Guns N' Roses. I am familiar with their song, "Sweet Child O' Mine," having heard it a time or two over the years since it came out 28 years ago. (It is amazing to me that it has been that
Anybody get a chance to watch the celebration of Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday. The program aired on one of our local stations last night. It was a 2-hour special which I did not get to watch in it's entirety. ‘Sinatra 10
Christmas Songs Project - "I Heard the Bells On Christmas Day"
As has become my annual custom, I will once again be sharing a holiday-themed song each day from the day after Thanksgiving through Christmas Day on Facebook. And, as I did last year, I will also be sharing some extra bonus information about some (although
Latching on to a post published by &lookatdesktop – Do You Like Opera? My introduction to magnificent operatic tenors came through two avenues. Movies which starred the great and incomparable Italian tenor Mario Lanza; and via cartoons. Ca
Sugarfoot Rag: Junior Brown vs. Neil LeVang
One of my favorite people to follow on Persona Paper is &FourWalls. We have some things in common, including music and the Navy. I love reading her reviews of musicians and concerts. I read her post on Junior Brown, a guitarist whom I remem
September, School Days, and a Little Chuck Berry
Today we enter into the second half of September. How quickly we are finding ourselves to a new year, passing through the school days that have started around the country at lightning speed. After reading &MarkGraham's memories of the childhood
"Dear Mr President" by Pink
This song came out during Bush Jr's presidency. It was one of very few "pop" songs my grandpa would admit to liking. Not only did he like he, but he actually cried when I played it for him. I have loved the song since the first time I heard it. It basicall
The first five songs that play when I put my music player on shuffle.
I was curious to see what five songs would play if I put my music player on my phone on shuffle. I have a eclectic collection of music, and have copius amounts of music that has yet to be added to my phone- but I figured this would be a fun lit
"After the Storm" by Mumford and Sons
I'm going to try to start talking about more of my interests , rather than just talk about books and movies all the time. Music is a big part of my life. I'll listen to just about anything, at least once. I am aware that Mumford and Sons have been around
"World Spins Madly On" by The Weepies
It's been awhile since I have done a music post so I figued I'd talk about a song that I really really love, one that I think everyone should listen to at least once, because it's so pretty- albeit no in a conventional way. The song is "World Spins Madly
Sean Lennon Opens Up
The late John Lennon, original member of the Fab Four, known officially as The Beatles will always be a hot topic if you're discussing #celebrity #trivia , #popmusic #history , etc. Linking back to an old post published a few months back sharing MY unoffic
I Don't Know Much But ...
There are so many male tenors in the entertainment industry and no doubt if one is mentioned by name, somebody will readily respond with an alternative or comparable singer and say – Yeah, he's alright but I just love _________. Nevertheless I
Age Happens (If We Live)
“What is life but a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away.” True that life is brief but sometimes the years seem to drag. Wouldn't mind so much if youth and the joys of being young could last a little longer. Sure the
Angels or Aliens? Part 2 of 2
One of the joys of publishing at this site is that my readers don't mind if my expressions of thoughts come out on paper the way they usually are in my brain --- scattered ... but make sense to me! :) Following up with my previous #FOPP post - Angels or A
30-Day Song Challenge - Day 11 - A Song with an Awesome Title - "Bailout At Frog Rock"
With these song challenges that &AliCanary throws out, I find that the best thing to do is to map them out ahead of time. That way, if I have multiple songs that fit a single category, or a single song that fits multiple categories, I can rearrange the
Other People's Music (OPM)
Here in the Philippines we have what we call OPM which stands for Original Pilipino Music. There is a law that mandates radio stations to play at least four songs done by local artists in an hour. As much as there are really good local music, there are als
On my way to a client meeting. On the road. No traffic so far. Thank you traffic gods! Right now listening to some Cypress Hill, some Wu-tang Clan, a little bit of Miles Davis, and lots of Incubus, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Sublime. Can't say that I coul
Day 5 of My House Arrest
Again, I failed to get on the treadmill today! -_- But in my defense it is a little difficult to do when the treadmill is in the living room, and you have 3 nephews (ages 1 - 7) and other family members hanging around! They are visiting Arizona from Cali f
Tony Bennett's final Christmas performance with Conan O'Brien
Swiftly approaching his staggering 90th birthday, revered Italian crooner Tony Bennett shows no signs of retiring just yet. Always a perennial guest on the late night talk show circuit, particularly Johnny Carson, Bennett befriended successo
Beatles protégé Ken Mansfield recalls the Elvis meeting that never was
Ken Mansfield may not be a household name, but the artists he spent extensive quality time with most certainly are. As the former U.S. manager of the Beatles' Apple Records, Mansfield wore several hats during his creative peak in the '60s and '70s, al
The Pointer Sisters want to collaborate with R&B hitmakers Pharrell and Timbaland
When asked point blank in an exclusive interview with this writer whether she has any desire to collaborate with a hot producer on new material, Ruth Pointer, the eldest member of gorgeous '70s R&B songbirds the Pointer Sisters, adamantly states,
Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Divorce
Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Divorce
Lexiconlover's 30 Day Book Challenge Day 1
This is in response to &lexiconlover’s 30 day book challenge. Her original post is here. Since I am coming (as usual) late to the dance, this is Day 1 for me. The challenge for Day 1 is: The last book you finished. Earlier today, I
Take Me to Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janiero
Had it not been for &allen0187 and his post this evening in the Music category, I would have shut my computer down and retired for the evening. Five o'clock in the morning comes early, and it is nearly 10:00 p.m. You see, the first word in the title,
Jobim, Ono, and Sonia
Wrote about listening to some of my favorite songs and cranking it up (read it here, If Its Too Loud... ). Right now, it is raining cats and dogs here in Manila and the weather begs for a different kind of music. times like this, I prefer to slow it
If Its Too Loud...
... you're probably too old. Unless of course, it is really loud. LOL!!! Anyway, back in the day, I'd crank up my radio when a favorite song of mine was playing. It could be Metallica's 'Seek and Destroy', Limp Bizkit's 'Break Stuff', or Wu-tang Clan's 'C
Teaching the World to Lament and Repent
No longer suscribe to cable or satellite TV and don't often tune in to the telly in the mornings. But my significant other happened to be watching CBS This Morning and there was an interesting segment titled “CBS CHANGING TUNES”. It began with
Priyanka Chopra is Bollywood Gold
Priyanka Chopra is Bollywood gold. Ask anybody who even knows just a little bit about Indian or Hindi #cinema. She is one of the few Indian actresses that has made significant inroads into the #movie and #music #entertainment industry by “crossing o
Surprise Wedding Crashers!
So it's June! Summer 2015. In the USA, June is a big month for #weddings . Wedding planners, caterers, photographers and videographers are in great demand. But that's normal and expected. Suppose the bride and bridegroom are surprised at their special day
So What Are You Currently Listening To?
First off, I'm a big music fan and I always look for some new band/artist to listen to. I try not to discriminate against certain genres but I'm staying away from all 'music' that mainstream media is throwing at us. I would most likely give a listen to any
Music Makes Magic
Listverse.com is a fun site where people publish lists of anything from the nuclear deal with Iran to schizophrenia to celebrity stalkers to fairy tales to musical instruments that have magical powers. “10 Musical Instruments With Ma
OldSchoolTees - t-shirts for the discerning geek?
Warning. These t-shirts are seriously cool. If your #t-shirt taste runs to wearing your favorite #cartoon or #gaming character, these retro-inspired shirts from online retailer OldSchoolTees in the USA will have you drooling. My husband is an #Ata
Just read a short post by &VinceSummers. The Black Scorpion (1957) So let's stay on this train of thought. #Horror #movies are definitely not for me! Are you kidding? The #werewolf and #Frankenstein used to scare me. Spooky sci-fi TV shows l
Best Clint Eastwood Movie Scene
My kids don't get my fascination and admiration for Clint Eastwood. FACT: In his heyday, he was simply irresistible! Drawing upon my childhood memories once again ( an absolute must when you're a skeptic and don't trust everything you find on the Internet
Are You on Pinterest?
Remember when Pinterest first came out and it was all the rage? I do!! Started March 2010; 5 years later, now it's worth over $3 billion. I've been with Pinterest almost from the beginning and they have allowed me to grow along. People used to say you had
Short Story Review: "La Pulchra Nota" by Molly McNett
The 14th century world of the narrator, music instructor John Fuller, is ordered by god. The good things, the perfect things such as the beautiful song of the bird he heard as child can come only from god. The bad things also come from god, for purposes hu
Movie review: Whiplash (2014)
Today, I watched the movie "#Whiplash." It is an excellent movie which should be watched by anyone who likes to watch #movies about pursuing one's passion and persevering against all odds. The movie is about a young drummer who wa
Picking Up on Some Really Good Vibes
There is a really nice vibe at this website. Sure coins are earned for #comments and an outsider might be tempted to say – "Y'all get paid to blab!” But only 30 characters are needed to make a “qualifying comment”. So if that were
Best Cities for Creative People
The word “wanderlust” means a “strong desire to travel”. Since physical travel is very unlikely for me I follow a blog called “WORLD OF WANDERLUST”. The blog publisher shared a list of cities which a
There's Another Izzy?
Everybody know who dat, who dat? I-Z-Z-Y * Iggy Azalea has got some people angry – they seem to think she's a fake RAPPER. A white girl from Australia?? She can't be real! (Whatever!) She also has other people like
The Thirty Day Music Challenge - Day 10 A Song That Makes You Fall Asleep
There are no individual songs that are dull enough to put me to sleep. If I find a song is boring on my play-system I’ll skip to the next track, and if on TV I’ll start channel hopping to find something better to listen to. Some albums
Bubblews - Status Report
Not writing this in the hopes of dividing and conquering. Not trying to get anybody to back me up. Not seeking out PROs or CONs either way. Just reporting the facts and opinions. My facts. My opinions. There are writers that are either done with #Bubblews
The Thirty Day Music Challenge -Day 09 – A song that you can dance to
I am a lousy dancer, someone with two left feet, or possibly two right feet, but feet guaranteed to tread on the feet of others occupying the dance floor. I can even mess up the Hokey Kokey. At one pub, it was a regular thing for me and a lady there to do
The Thirty Day Music Challenge -Day 08 – A song that you know all the words to
With the possible exception of Happy Birthday there are no songs to which I know all the lyrics. There is some where I know most of the lines, but probably out of sequence, I suspect many songs where the singer breaks into scat shrieking, doobie doobie do
Headphones Plugged In; World Tuned Out
Hey there, everyone! What are you all up to? I’m just chilling, off babysitting duty, listening to my headphones as I work. Sometimes putting on some music with headphones allows me to isolate myself without actually leaving the room. I can drown out
The 30 Day Song Challenge – Day 07 – A song that reminds you of a certain event
A major event I attended in about 1980 was a free Rock against Racism concert in Manchester’s Alexander Park. It was the start of my political awakening, being the music community’s response to organized right wing extremists like the National
Kerrie Roberts (Christian Singer) Review
I found some #beautiful #music from a #Christian singer named Kerrie Roberts. She has an amazing talent & a deep passion for the Lord, you can hear it in her voice. I wonder if any of you have heard of her? It's awesome to see people bold in #faith &am
The Thirty Day Song Challenge – Day 6 – A song that reminds of you of somewhere
There are plenty of songs directly about places; Sinatra seemed to have a song for every major city he played; New York New York, Chicago-My Kind Of Town, etc. Locally, any band from Manchester reminds me of home; so much music came from here in t
My 30 Day Song Challenge - Day 05 – A song that reminds you of someone
Continuing the challenge set by &AliCanary Many songs remind me of people in my life. I am quite a sentimentalist. My song challenge entry, sad songs, was influenced by songs I associated with my father. My first girlfriend – Rod Stewart’
The 30 Day Song Challenge – Day 4 – A Song That Makes Me Sad
My fourth contribution to the challenge set by &AliCanary There are sad songs, The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan, about a woman attempting suicide, by Dr Hook and later Marianne Faithful, or Grocer Jack about a village green-grocer dying, by Keith Wes
The 30 Day Song Challenge – Day 3 – A Song That Makes You Happy
Strictly speaking, this is day 4 as I never submitted a song essay yesterday. I’m making up for that by doing both days 3 and 4 today. First, a song that makes me happy. As with previous lists there are quite a few; REM’s Happy Shining
Thirty Day Song Challenge Day 2 My Least Favourite Song
There are more bad songs to pick from than good ones so choosing this was harder than finding a favourite as in day one of the challenge. I dislike cover versions of heartfelt soulful tunes sung without feeling or sincerity, so they sound like bad
The Thirty Day Music Challenge – Day 01 – Your favourite song
My first entry for the &AliCanary 30 Day Music Challenge looking at my favourite song. This changes frequently for me as my tastes in music vary enormously. There are classical favourites, folk favourites, jazz favourites, etc. Blues Favourit
just finished compiling my runners mix in my ipod...
... and i'm very happy with what i came out with!!! mentioned in a previous post that i also do other stuff while I write here in Persona Paper (read about it here, http://www.personapaper.com/article/25805-what-other-things-do-you-do-when-you-are-on-
Day #3 : 30-Day Song Challenge – A Song That Makes You Happy
When I was a college student, my buddies and I would dance like there was no tomorrow every time “ Boogie Wonderland” was being performed by our favorite band or being played at a party. “Boogie Wonderland” is a funk m
First Post of The Day
Yep, that’s the best I could come up with as far as titles go lol.So today has been okay. We didn’t have any munchkins to babysit, so I slept in about an hour or so later than usual. Once I got up and got my day rolling, I worked on a few assig
Isn't it a shame about Julian Lennon?
There are two things that are sad and/or a shame about Julian Lennon, son of the late John Lennon. Yes John Lennon of The Beatles. The one who said the group was “more popular than Jesus Christ” and right after that America fell out of love wit
This Song Makes Me Sad...
I am a complex person. What I most often show others is what I want them to see, though I make a point of being genuine. Yet, I do play my cards very close to my chest, so to speak. When I do allow people in, they have a piece of my heart tha
My least favorite song is...
Author's Note: As I live on the west coast of the United States, when I submitted Day One, it was still the 24th here, though the time stamp reflects the 25th. I am submitting this Day Two at 2:25 a.m. as partaking in &AliCanary and her 30-
Day #1 : 30-Day Song Challenge - My Favorite Song Is...
Hi guys! How have you been? While reading recent posts , I chanced upon &AliCanary's #30-Day Song Challenge . I think it's fun. So here's my share. Day 1 - Favorite song / songs ( I have two favorite songs) : Healing by Deniece
Day 1 of 30-Day Song Challenge -- My Favorite Song Is...
Music has always been a major part of my life, as many of you already know. My father was a professional musician in Los Angeles, after we moved to California from Washington state in 1957, before I was even two-years-old. As well, my mother wa
Radio Show Playlist Diary Saturday 21st February 2015
My final Saturday show for a community radio station before my transfer to Monday Morning presenting on March 2nd. My delightful special guest was Happiness & Life coach, Mary R Crumpton who positively radiates happiness herself. Mary
Argyle Design - FASHION - Category Challenge
Got myself two pairs of argyle socks a couple of days ago. I have always liked the argyle design pattern. Argyle design features overlapping diamonds and gained popularity in Europe and in the US after the first World War. I actually bought the s
Playlist Diary For My Valentine’s Day Radio Show 14th February 2015
Getting to be on the air live on a special day is a radio broadcaster’s dream. The show can virtually create itself and much of the script I came up with was marginalized for improvisation and spontaneity which happens more and more now in general fo
Are You a Wizzler Too?
Once heard the late Gene Kelly (1912 - 1996) describe the late Michael Jackson (1958 - 2009) as being “eclectic”. The word “ec·lec·tic” is an adjective and it means, in the sense that it was used by Mr. Kelly, that Mr.
Sia, Elastic Heart, a review
It has been a very long time since I have come across a song that was so powerful, in it's lyrics, it's imagery, it's music and it's video. This music video in itself has caused such an uproar that I ask you read my review and my thoughts before you
Radio Show Playlist Diary – Saturday 7th February 2015
My last radio show as a 52 year old, with my birthday a mere 48 hours away, and I was off to a burlesque show right afterwards too. I opened with a song appropriate to the change of month since my last show on January 31st; 1/. Barbara Dickson &n
Radio Show Playlist Diary – Saturday 31st January 2015
My last show of the month presented right before heading to a meeting at a Manchester theatre who are working on a radio drama of mine – independently of my community radio station activity. My script influences the playlist and vice-versa so music
When it comes to music, as we all know, there are many instances of cover versions that will, obviously, result in more than one band or artists having a hit with the same song title. However, just because the song title is the same does not mean that it i
Radio Show Playlist Diary – Saturday January 24th 2015
My show today went really well on the North Manchester FM radio station, if I do dare say so myself. Here is what the listener was subjected to this week. I opened with 1/. The Theme from Xena; Warrior Princess 2/. Gordon Lightfoot – Minst
Own Preferred Music
Good day fellow PPers!!!Time check is 11:59 am here in Manila. Today is a fine Wednesday morning. This is my first post for the day and as I go through my tasks this morning, I've decided to have an aural background to accompany me. I have always listened
Our Symphonic Life
City life on Sunday afternoon at the open shopping square. A tram drives pass to and fro through this square, which adds to the tourist attraction. While at it, the stroll there couldn't have been better anywhere else. This shopping square, the esplanade,
Radio Show Playlist Diary – Saturday 17th January 2015
My first guest on my radio broadcasts for 2015 was on today, North Manchester CAMRA branch Chair, Steve Davies, making his second visit to my show. This was primarily to discuss the Manchester Real Ale & Cider Festival which runs through the s
Do You Ever Listen to Music While Writing At Persona Paper?
I mean to ask since as long as I've been on Persona Paper since day one, I would be listening to music as well. The music is always different. Yesterday, Jay-z was spitting rhymes, the other day it was Phil Anselmo with his angst-ridden lyrics, and now Edw
Visiting Penny Lane
"Penny Lane is in my ears and in my eyes..." ♫ ♪ ♫ Yes, that is quite true- it's in my ears all day long! Truth be told, I have been singing this Beatles' song in my head since yesterday afternoon! My husband is already laughing at me becaus
Music on vinyl...
I am a snob. I am one of those people that think #music sounds better on vinyl. Of course, if you don't have a quality #turntable, it won't, and I am the first to admit that. But if a person is willing to spend the time and effort to get the right equipme
My Radio Show Playlist Diary Saturday 3rd January 2015
My first radio playlist since transferring to Persona-Papers. Each week soon after my broadcasts I present the playlist of recordings aired and a brief summary of the context of their usage on my shows. The first live show I did for 2015 opened up
When you walk with God
I am a bit shaken up right now at what I saw this morning. I have a childhood friend who I have known for 20+ years that is like family to me who was by my bank talking to the grass. I know this might sound funny to you but it's really not, it's sad. He is
Five Seconds of Summer and other Weird Boy band Names
I have just had two t-shirts personalized for my cousin who is a special child. She wanted her photo printed with the One Direction boy band. I wanted to make her happy so I had her sister send me a nice photo of her. Then i searched for a clear photo of t
I uploaded a #video on Youtube with background #music from our local singer then I got a notification which tells me that I need to remove the audio because of some #copyright issues. So what I'm doing now is I upload videos on Youtub
Music Makes You Happy...
Music Makes You Happy. #Music is discovered all over, in the flute of the airs or the stir of the leaves, in the rain, clouds, all around in nature! Music makes you feel great. It revives your psyche and makes you blissful. Owing to its profits on h
The Vine Street Victorian Christmas Showcase in Paso Robles
Because I'm confined to the house after my recent surgery, I'm not doing what I would normally be doing tonight – walking through the #Victorian #Christmas Showcase on Vine Street in Downtown Paso Robles. Actually, what I would really be doing at thi
My "Christmas Songs on Facebook" Project
After resisting the urgings of my friends to join Facebook for a couple of years, I finally joined in 2010. Like many people who resist joining, my reasoning was that I really didn't have anything to say that I wanted to put out there for everyone to see (
"But Mom, I Want To Play the (insert musical instrument here)!"
I spent Thanksgiving with a friend and her family today. She and her husband invited me to spend the day at their house, along with two of his work colleagues and one of his former graduate students (my friend’s husband is a university professor). &
My Niece's Recital
My nieces and my nephew went to a school where participation in the school band was encouraged, and the school made it as easy for the parents as possible. Any child that wanted to participate could do so, regardless of financial ability, and the school ha
Film Time 2
This time, I watched "If I Stay". The #story of the two #young-adult #musicians who belong to the different world of #music. One is playing #classic and the other is playing #rock music All that unite them is #Love. This is a sort of #family #drama #film/
I want to #share this #amazing #music video of #Pentatonix. They are so cool and clever. I love them even though I just seen their performance days ago. The video below was the first song I heard from the group. It is all about Christmas though this
He Is Hitting the Notes
The tenant’s boyfriend is visiting today. She accepted the visitor in the living room area since they are not allowed to bring them in the room. (Sometimes they do – they do the sneaky moves – you know what I mean) Well, anyway h
Okay, I have decided to start this winter to get my old photos and my mothers old photos and digitize them. My mother also has old slides from when we were kids. That I don’t have a device to transfer them to a computer with. So I will have to send t
Music: The natural stress reducer
My last post read like a leaked journal entry of a metal patient. I was stressing all kinds of things not the least of which was looking like an elephant in a photo. A now destroyed photo. Ha! I decided it was time for my meds. No, not pills or alcohol. M
Try Crazy Taxi City Rush...
Very bright and incredibly crazy journey in the city for the #game world's famous studio SEGA. Drive at breakneck speed with your favorite loud #music in the new city with the interesting roads, take your passengers on time and receive a variety of awards,
Insert Entrance Music Here...
Insert entrance music here... just wanted to get your thoughts about this one. We all know that getting hyped for a fight is a must and most if not all big name boxers/fighters do this through their #entrancemusic when they walk to the ring. Some boxers a
So What Are You Listening To Right Now?
Always been a big music fan. Never really cared for #musicgenres , 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 do
My Life According to David Bowie
I'm playing game started by &AliCanary here - A Fun Game for Music Fans: My Life According to: Kate Bush #MLAT Here are Ali's Rules:- Using only song names from ONE ARTIST, cleverly answer these questions. You can't use the band I used. Try no
So For August, I'll Do Something Different...
So for August, I'll #dosomethingdifferent here in #PersonaPaper. I'll concentrate in increasing my ranking level in my chosen #categories . I'll likely start more discussions than usual rather than stick to just responding to discussions started by others.
Throwback Thursday - Listening To 90s Alternative Music
Throwback Thursday post here. Been listening to #90salternativemusic since 6 in the morning. I know when one says alternative, it usually is limited to rock music and its many sub-genres. I do think that anything that wasn't mainstream was alternative rega
Three Unproductive Days In A Row
I feel useless because I am unproductive for three consecutive days already. Three days in a row, my internet connection has not been working well coupled by the errors in the site. What I did was, first, I cleaned the window jalousies with soap a
I Love the Sound of Rushing Water!
We all have those little things we #love that mean something to us, big or small. One of my favorite things is the #sound of rushing #water. It just does something to my soul every time I hear it. Whether it’s coming from a #waterfall, a soothing #
Los Bandidos Floating Bar and Restaurant
Los Bandidos Floating Bar and Restaurant I am still on vacation until end of this May but I always checking my account for some updates. Well, I have no earnings for two weeks already as I have not posted articles lately. But It feels goo
Jamie Benkert: Music You Never Heard But Should #2
Have you heard of Jamie Benkert? If you’re in the U.S. (like me), you may not have any clue at all. In fact, even if you’re from his locale, it’s possible you’re also missing out. He’s an up-and-coming #musician in the U.K. So
Raw-Rah: Music You Never Heard But Should #1
It’s long been my habit to check out all kinds of #music no matter the genre or how famous (or not) the artist may be. Sometimes I’m looking up music on purpose and other times, I hear it in various places. Recently a very good friend popped on
WHAT IS YOUR MUSIC PREFERENCE?
Christopherrobryder's article on what type of #music do we listen to, prompted me to write this article about my #music_preferences. I wrote a lengthy comment about my type of music and what music I grew up listening to. Here's a list of #groups, #bands,