"The lascivity of current society is evident even in social discourse, where from merely phallic analysis in the 70s, now we have an evolution of degradation and the exploration of sphincteral tendencies in all different aspects of our daily lives, from the vulvic verbosity of feminine banter, to the smart-derriered cynicism proper of males, who in such a way pretend to minimize the social power wielded by their phallus. To some of these researchers I suggest to have intercourse with themselves, and leave society in peace, uncluttered by their perverted analyses."
wiseflower30 write: bonjour, patrick ...comment ca va? ....c'est bien a voir un autre quebecois ici...eh! en plus, tu a!mes ( sensors) la musique des annees 60... j'espere que je te vois plus souvent ici....au revoir...sorry about the lack of accents but i'm using an english lap top.
yeah! thats great stuff I love funk...marven gaye, zapp and rogers, dazz band,
thats great stuff!
bonjour, patrick ...comment ca va? ....c'est bien a voir un autre quebecois ici...eh! en plus, tu a!mes ( sensors) la musique des annees 60... j'espere que je te vois plus souvent ici....au revoir...sorry about the lack of accents but i'm using an english lap top.
I love hip hop (tupac,biggie,nas -my favorites, lil kim,), r n b ( but the classics form the 90's), rock - guns and roses greatest hits, u2, reggae ( bob marley - can't get enough of legend)but my all time favorite is MOTOWN- can't get enough of Al Green, Marvin Gaye, the Supremes, Gladys Knight...u get the drift ...music from the late 60's and 70 ...what an era .. okay i'm goning to stop
Up here in Maine, I listen to a Classical station when I am out driving. It calms me down, and helps me be more patient with many of the complete idiots who are allowed to share the roads with us.
Come Saturday night, however, my Classical station plays only Jazz. They dig up Jazz classics from the 1920s right up to last year. Lately, I have enjoyed a lot of the 1940s. It is like I drive through a beautiful Time Warp when I am out on Saturday nights.
Baby , i like a lil' bit of everything as far music depending on my mood. The mood that soothes like kenny g, maybe a lil countrylike shania twain, or gansta like lil wayne,jim jones and my fav anita baker...a lil gwen stefani hit me back let me know what you like .. perhaps sean paul..
Vintage jazz or as my friend BB calls it, all those old dead jazz musicians. I love Dexter Gordon, Miles, Abby Lincoln, Sarah Vaugh, Betty Carter, Benny Carter, Cedar Walton, Horace Silver, Sun Ra (just alittle) and Shirley Horn among my favorites. I also like some classical and was a big Motown fan in school. Not much country but love me some Patsy Cline.
I like mostly Baroque: Corelli, Scarlatti, Marcello, Vivaldi, Bach, Handel and Pachelbel. I also love some operas, especially Verdi and Bizet. I'm not crazy for Wagner, but I like Parsifal.
Then I'm also a fan of "Big Band" music from the late 20s to the 50s: Glenn Miller, Smith Ballew, Jimmy Dorsey, Isham Jones, Irving Aaronson, Bunny Berigan, Paul Whitman, etc.
And I adore the Great Orchestras from Europe from the 60s and 70s: Franck Pourcel, Paul Mauriat, Caravelli, Alain deBray, Werner Muller, Helmut Zacharias, Ennio Morricone, Max Greger, Stanley Black, etc.
That is what I listen the most, but I'm quite eclectic: I like from rap (Public Enemy) to Italian ballads (Ricchi e Poveri), and from Polish Trova (Czervony Guitari) to Latin tropical (La Parranda en Panama).