Does anyone ever think about the diversity of their music collection? Just now, for instance, I listened to "Julia[^]" by John Lennon, "Bulls on Parade[^]" by Rage Against The Machine, "Save A Prayer[^]" by Duran Duran, and then "Murderers[^]" by John Frusciante.
Links have been included in case you don't know any of the songs I mentioned. I expect that no one has ever heard the last one.
The United States invariably does the right thing, after having exhausted every other alternative. -Winston Churchill
America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between. -Oscar Wilde
Wow, even the French showed a little more spine than that before they got their sh*t pushed in.[^] -Colin Mullikin
A few years back I purchased Nirvana , Pink Floyd, Reba Macintyre, Beatles, 38 Special and Classical Music sampler in one purchase. The clerk asked if they were gifts, I told him no, for me. He shook his head and told me that was the strangest combination of CD’s he’d ever told.
I think people who limit their choices to single genre are missing out on a world of good music. Luckily most of the people I know do have varied tastes in music. A good tune is just hard to resist no matter what genre.
Still do, I can purchase CDs anywhere from 0.50 to 3.00 USD. (New one's are more, but if I wait they'll get there) I can put the songs on any device that will accept mp3's. And I can play them in my car.
Wye Oak - Siamese
Sonic Youth - Schizophrenia
Bon Iver - Flume
The Quintet ( Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach) - Hot House
Gastr Del Sol - The Seasons Reverse
Paul Simon - Kodachrome
Bears - You Can Tell
St Vincent - Marry Me
Muler - Taught Her To Sing
Benny Goodman Trio - I Never Knew