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    How many songs do you have in your music collection? (That you actually listen to.)

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    How many songs do you have in your music collection?

    Post by Dark_wizzie on Wed Sep 29, 2010 10:52 am

    I'm probably at 250.



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    Re: How many songs do you have in your music collection?

    Post by Akuul on Wed Oct 27, 2010 8:02 am

    Just music (rock, jazz, etc.) and what is particularly interesting to collect??
    A lot of different music ..
    BUT ..
    A lot of time I had to find a good resource where there is a garage rock 1963 - 1967. A month ago I found a few good sites. Has already chosen 157 artists. If you take the songs that figure to get more. But this is not the limit. For the future have a list in which more than 500 groups .. In this regard, garage rock 60s is almost endless.. Besides it is interconnected with the garage rock psychedelic rock 60s ..
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    Re: How many songs do you have in your music collection?

    Post by jayngo26 on Wed Oct 27, 2010 8:25 am

    Sorry, the number of songs would have to be expressed in exponential notation.

    And while I have time on my hands, I don't have THAT much time.



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    Re: How many songs do you have in your music collection?

    Post by Thomas on Wed Oct 27, 2010 10:50 am

    @Akuul wrote:Just music (rock, jazz, etc.) and what is particularly interesting to collect??
    A lot of different music ..
    BUT ..
    A lot of time I had to find a good resource where there is a garage rock 1963 - 1967. A month ago I found a few good sites. Has already chosen 157 artists. If you take the songs that figure to get more. But this is not the limit. For the future have a list in which more than 500 groups .. In this regard, garage rock 60s is almost endless.. Besides it is interconnected with the garage rock psychedelic rock 60s ..
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    The garage rock era is very, very good. I like a lot of that music as well. Do you know the 13th Floor Elevators? "You're Gonna Miss Me" and "Reverberation (Doubt)" are key tracks there. Van Morrison's Them are a pretty neat group as well.

    I don't know how many songs I have in my "collection". Are you refering to an "MP3-collection" or whatever, that some people download and never hear? 'Cause I don't dig that. Never did. In digital media I use .FLAC only - other than that, I have a CD collection (real CD's) that spans 2-300 albums, and I probably have 4- or 5000 songs. Since I'm fast at typing and have an "epic" memory, here's my complete CD collection:

    10cc:
    The Very Best of 10cc

    The Beatles:
    The Beatles Stereo Box Set
    Live at the BBC
    Baby It's You CD-single
    Free as a Bird CD-single
    Anthology 1
    Anthology 2
    Anthology 3

    Bernie Taupin:
    He Who Rides the Tiger

    Billy Joel:
    Cold Spring Harbor
    Piano Man
    Streetlife Serenade
    Turnstiles
    The Stranger Deluxe Edition
    52nd Street
    Glass Houses
    Songs in the Attic
    The Nylon Curtain
    An Innocent Man
    The Bridge
    Kontsert
    Storm Front
    River of Dreams

    Black Sabbath:
    Black Box 1970-1978

    Bob Dylan:
    Bob Dylan
    The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
    The Times They Are a-Changin'
    Another Side of Bob Dylan
    Bringing It All Back Home
    Highway 61 Revisited
    Blonde on Blonde
    John Wesley Harding
    Nashville Skyline
    New Morning
    Planet Waves
    Before the Flood
    Blood on the Tracks
    Desire
    Street-Legal
    Slow Train Coming
    Infidels
    Empire Burlesque
    Oh Mercy
    Time Out of Mind
    "Love and Theft"
    Modern Times
    Together Through Life

    Boston:
    Boston

    Bruce Springsteen:
    Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.
    The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle
    Born to Run Deluxe Edition
    Darkness on the Edge of Town Deluxe Edition (On pre-order - to be released in two weeks time)
    The River
    Nebraska
    Born in the U.S.A.
    Live/1975-85
    Tunnel of Love
    The Ghost of Tom Joad
    Tracks
    18 Tracks
    The Rising
    The Essential Bruce Springsteen
    Devils & Dust
    We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions
    Live in Dublin with the Sessions Band
    Magic
    Working on a Dream

    Cream:
    Those Were the Days Box Set

    Creedence Clearwater Revival:
    Creedence Clearwater Revival Box Set

    David Bowie:
    David Bowie Deluxe Edition
    The Man Who Sold the World
    Young Americans
    Station to Station Deluxe Edition

    Deep Purple:
    In Rock
    Fireball
    Machine Head
    Made in Japan
    Who Do We Think We Are
    Bananas

    Derek and the Dominos:
    Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs

    The Doors:
    Perception Box Set

    Eagles:
    Vinyl Replica Box Set

    Elton John:
    Empty Sky
    Elton John Deluxe Edition
    Tumbleweed Connection Deluxe Edition
    17-11-70
    Madman Across the Water
    Honky Chteau
    Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player
    Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Deluxe Edition
    Caribou
    Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy Deluxe Edition
    Rock of the Westies
    Here and There
    Blue Moves
    A Single Man
    Victim of Love
    21 at 33
    The Fox
    Jump Up!
    Too Low for Zero
    The Superior Sound of Elton John (1970-1975)
    Breaking Hearts
    Ice on Fire
    Leather Jackets
    Live in Australia with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
    Reg Strikes Back
    The Complete Thom Bell Sessions
    Sleeping with the Past
    Club at the End of the Street CD-single
    You Gotta Love Someone CD-single
    Easier to Walk Away CD-single
    The One
    Rare Masters
    Made in England
    Something About the Way You Look Tonight/Candle in the Wind 1997 CD-single
    The Big Picture
    Recover Your Soul CD-single #1
    Recover Your Soul CD-single #2
    The Muse
    Elton John's The Road to El Dorado
    I Want Love CD-single #2
    This Train Don't Stop There Anymore CD-single #1
    Peachtree Road
    All That I'm Allowed (I'm Thankful) CD-single #1
    All That I'm Allowed (I'm Thankful) CD-single #2
    Turn the Lights Out When You Leave CD-single #1
    Turn the Lights Out When You Leave CD-single #2
    The Captain & the Kid
    The Union Deluxe Edition

    Elvis Presley:
    Hitstory

    Farm Dogs:
    Last Stand in Open Country
    Immigrant Sons

    Frank Zappa:
    The Best of Frank Zappa

    Genesis:
    Genesis 1970-1975 Box Set
    Genesis 1976-1982 Box Set
    Genesis 1983-1998 Box Set

    George Harrison:
    All Things Must Pass
    Brainwashed

    Iron Butterfly:
    In-a-Gadda-da-Vida

    James Brown:
    The Payback
    Hell

    Jethro Tull:
    Stand Up
    Aqualung

    Jimi Hendrix:
    Are You Experienced
    Axis: Bold as Love
    Electric Ladyland
    First Rays of the New Rising Sun
    Band of Gypsys

    John Lennon:
    Signature Box Set

    The Kinks:
    Kinks
    Kinda Kinks
    The Kink Kontroversy
    Face to Face
    Something Else by the Kinks
    The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society
    Arthur
    Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One
    Muswell Hillbillies

    Led Zeppelin:
    Complete Collection Vinyl Replica Box Set
    How the West Was Won

    Leonard Cohen:
    The Essential Leonard Cohen

    Meat Loaf:
    Bat Out of Hell

    The Moody Blues:
    Days of Future Passed

    Paul McCartney:
    Tug of War
    Off the Ground
    Flaming Pie
    Chaos and Creation in the Backyard
    Electric Arguments

    Peter Gabriel:
    Peter Gabriel ("Car")
    Peter Gabriel ("Scratch")
    Peter Gabriel ("Melt")
    Peter Gabriel ("Security")
    So
    Us
    Hit

    Phil Collins:
    Hits

    Pink Floyd:
    The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
    A Saucerful of Secrets
    Music from the Film More
    Ummagumma
    Atom Heart Mother
    Relics
    Meddle
    Obscured by Clouds
    The Dark Side of the Moon
    Wish You Were Here
    Animals
    The Wall

    Queen:
    Queen
    Queen II
    Sheer Heart Attack
    A Night at the Opera
    A Day at the Races
    News of the World
    Jazz
    The Game
    The Works
    The Miracle
    Innuendo

    Rammstein:
    Reise, Reise

    Red Hot Chili Peppers:
    Blood Sugar Sex Magik
    Californication
    By the Way
    Greatest Hits
    Stadium Arcadium

    Robert Plant & Alison Krauss:
    Raising Sand

    Rod Stewart:
    The Story So Far: The Very Best of Rod Stewart
    Reason to Believe: The Complete Mercury Studio Recordings

    The Rolling Stones:
    England's Newest Hitmakers
    12 X 5
    The Rolling Stones, Now!
    Out of Our Heads
    December's Children (And Everybody's)
    Aftermath
    Got LIVE If You Want It!
    Between the Buttons
    Flowers
    Their Satanic Majesties Request
    Beggars Banquet
    Let It Bleed
    Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!
    Sticky Fingers
    Exile on Main St.
    More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)
    Goats Head Soup
    It's Only Rock 'n Roll
    Metamorphosis
    Black and Blue
    Some Girls
    Emotional Rescue
    Tattoo You
    Undercover
    Dirty Work
    Singles Collection: The London Years
    Steel Wheels
    Voodoo Lounge
    Bridges to Babylon
    A Bigger Bang

    Roxy Music:
    For Your Pleasure

    Stevie Wonder:
    Music of My Mind
    Talking Book
    Innervisions
    Fulfillingness' First Finale
    Songs in the Key of Life
    Hotter Than July
    The Definitive Collection

    Van Morrison:
    The Best of Van Morrison

    The Who:
    Tommy
    Who's Next
    Quadrophenia

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    Re: How many songs do you have in your music collection?

    Post by Dark_wizzie on Wed Oct 27, 2010 10:56 am

    Do you really personally love and often listen every song in the whole playlist? That's insane!



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    Re: How many songs do you have in your music collection?

    Post by Thomas on Wed Oct 27, 2010 10:59 am

    Playlist? What? No, this is real CD's that I put on when I feel like it. I like to slam on my expensive headphones and enjoy each instrument to the fullest. Music is something you feel in periods, at least for me, and at the moment I don't listen to for example my Stevie Wonder albums and Black Sabbath albums. Right now I'm into David Bowie and Genesis. I switch. I'm a young man, I've got the time. I know practically every song by memory anyway, lyrics mainly. 'Cause this is really great music. Terrorism is insane. Rape is insane. This is not insane.

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    Post by ronwolf1705 on Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:43 pm

    @Thomas wrote:Music is something you feel in periods, at least for me.

    Same here. I just had a really heavy Red Hot Chili Peppers/John Frusciante-period (and still listen to it a lot), but I also listen a lot to Britpop now (The Verve, bit of Oasis, The Smiths). I guess I'm in a bit of a transition period. Razz




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    Post by Akuul on Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:13 am

    @Thomas wrote:The garage rock era is very, very good. I like a lot of that music as well. Do you know the 13th Floor Elevators? "You're Gonna Miss Me" and "Reverberation (Doubt)" are key tracks there. Van Morrison's Them are a pretty neat group as well.
    Yes I know the 13th Floor Elevators - "You're Gonna Miss Me"..Smile Familiar and the band The Sonics - favorite song "Psycho a Go-Go"..Smile
    The hardest to find a group who were less known and recorded two or four songs (sometimes an album). For example
    Castaways
    Electric Prunes
    Fluctuation
    Jimmy Rabbit & Positively 13 O'Clock
    Mac Phadens Parachute
    Amboy Dukes
    Apollos Apaches
    Mouse And The Traps
    The First Crow To TheMoon
    The Chocolate Watch Band
    The Clockwork Orange
    The Inferno 5 Plus 1
    The Lollipop Shoppe
    and many many others.
    It's very interesting to listen to it all. Even more interesting to learn that some rock stars started in the garage rock.. The Pleasure Seekers gave Suzi Quatro her start.. Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top was in band from Texas Every Night A New Surprise.. And it was funny to hear that the 60s were playing what was called later punk rock and post_punk. Many interesting things began to learn.
    Began to find groups of 60s whose sound was cloned in the late 70s. There was a group Joy Division (1978 - 1980) ..
    But there is another group - It's Us. Found his song "Don't Want Your Lovin'" on the site (at the end of the page)Garage rock Radio. Also I suspect that ahead at me more many opening. Very Happy


    P.S. Also I suspect that ahead at me more many opening - Spin the Groove (rarities fron 50s & 60s)

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    Re: How many songs do you have in your music collection?

    Post by Thomas on Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:52 am

    @Akuul wrote:
    @Thomas wrote:The garage rock era is very, very good. I like a lot of that music as well. Do you know the 13th Floor Elevators? "You're Gonna Miss Me" and "Reverberation (Doubt)" are key tracks there. Van Morrison's Them are a pretty neat group as well.
    Yes I know the 13th Floor Elevators - "You're Gonna Miss Me"..Smile Familiar and the band The Sonics - favorite song "Psycho a Go-Go"..Smile
    The hardest to find a group who were less known and recorded two or four songs (sometimes an album). For example
    Castaways
    Electric Prunes
    Fluctuation
    Jimmy Rabbit & Positively 13 O'Clock
    Mac Phadens Parachute
    Amboy Dukes
    Apollos Apaches
    Mouse And The Traps
    The First Crow To TheMoon
    The Chocolate Watch Band
    The Clockwork Orange
    The Inferno 5 Plus 1
    The Lollipop Shoppe
    and many many others.
    It's very interesting to listen to it all. Even more interesting to learn that some rock stars started in the garage rock.. The Pleasure Seekers gave Suzi Quatro her start.. Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top was in band from Texas Every Night A New Surprise.. And it was funny to hear that the 60s were playing what was called later punk rock and post_punk. Many interesting things began to learn.
    Began to find groups of 60s whose sound was cloned in the late 70s. There was a group Joy Division (1978 - 1980) ..
    But there is another group - It's Us. Found his song "Don't Want Your Lovin'" on the site (at the end of the page)Garage rock Radio. Also I suspect that ahead at me more many opening. Very Happy


    P.S. Also I suspect that ahead at me more many opening - Spin the Groove (rarities fron 50s & 60s)
    I guess you know Strawberry Alarm Clock. I don't know - they're more of a hard-core psychedelic rock band than a garage rock band, aren't they? Either way, it looks as if their album is pretty hard to get - "Incense and Peppermints". Great song. Never heard much from the album though. Perhaps I should...

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    Post by Akuul on Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:38 am

    @Thomas wrote:..I guess you know Strawberry Alarm Clock. I don't know - they're more of a hard-core psychedelic rock band than a garage rock band, aren't they? Either way, it looks as if their album is pretty hard to get - "Incense and Peppermints". Great song. Never heard much from the album though. Perhaps I should...
    Strawberry Alarm Clock did not know .. Did not come across .. Thank you. Under the name of a rock band and the song found a video of their performance "Incense and Peppermints".. Liked it. Smile
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    Another good song that I found recently "I Had Too Much To Dream" group Electric Prunes.. And it is tougher - Zakary Thaks "Bad Girl" ..

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