theCryptofishist wrote:A word to the wise.
This is what you face if you ask for musical recommendations from me:Finntroll, Klezmatics, Danial Kahn and the Painted Bird, Red Army Chorus, Brave Combo, Polkestra (I cannot over emphasize Polkestra), Amanda Palmer/Dresden Dolls, Gilbert and Sullivan, the Damned, maybe the Stranglers, Brave Old World, Leningrad Cowboys, the Comedian Harmonists, Big Lou's Polka Casserole, Max Raabe and the Palast Orchestra, Club Foot Orchestra, Slade, Suzi Quatro, T. Rex, Limpopo/Raving Polka (also Red Elvises, but I don't like them in that form as much), the Tubes, Nina Hagen, the Pogues, Meshugga Beach Party, Rammstein, Carmina Burana, Hank Williams, Shostakovich's Nose, Spinal Tap, the Rutles. Throw in some Cajunto, and a few random compliation albums. Camper van Beethoven, caberet, threepenny opera, zydeco, Wall of Voodoo, DEVO, and sound effects to taste. Random play to your heart's delight.
Depending on the day, of course.
Risky wrote:Live music - guitars, accordions, banjos, cellos, singing, acoustic, xylophones, horns, bass, more.
cahlm wrote:Depeche Mode.
Somehow we always camp near Country Camp and hear country tunes. Do I enjoy country tunes? Not particularly, however I appreciate the originality.
Turtleburp wrote:Dead Can Dance Bonzo Dog Doodah Band
If only they were one band
Savannah wrote:I like hearing the lamentations of my enemies' women.
^Rhino! wrote:For music, just ONCE I'd like to hear punk reggae mariachi.
Trainwreck waiting to happen.
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