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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvelousmik View Post
    I listen to a wide range of music, but i am very picky. But to put it all in a nut shell, i like anything that has a hot beat.here is an example
    Interesting...does anybody here like Classical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvelousmik View Post
    Is that you playing the guitar and singing?
    Yes to both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Yes to both.
    You're much younger than I envisioned

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    SUP CHRIS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    Aaah, Motown..that's where the real music lays. Do you like Ska?
    Oh Rudy, why do you do this to me? Now I'm going to start ranting. Love ska. There are different kinds of ska contrary to most people's general belief. Ska is actually a precursor to reggae music. Reggae music is the slower brother of ska, but both are characterized similarly by the off-beat guitar chops you hear in reggae music (think Bob Marley's "One Love" rhythm guitar) which is called "skanking".

    Here's an example of 1960's ska (and one of my favorite songs):

    Now all the bands in the 1980's/1990's that are categorized as ska are more properly referred to as New Age/Third Wave ska. This includes bands such as: Sublime, Reel Big Fish, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Save Ferris etc.

    Very similar, but with obvious differences. Third Wave ska introduced more influences of punk music that was made popular in the late 1970's and 1980's when punk music and hardcore punk became a sub cultural phenomenon in the US and England. Punk influences ska, reggae influences punk, but everything in popular music (and I mean literally everything) comes from blues music.


    I could write a freakin' book on music especially punk, ska, and reggae.


    Sorry I had to go off like that I just can't help myself when it comes to music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Yes to both.
    not bad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    Interesting..
    I know.

    And what type of classical? Link one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvelousmik View Post
    I know.

    And what type of classical? Link one
    Vilvaldi for starters: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRxofEmo3HA

    The Swan Lake Waltz is my favorite by Tchaikovsky http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CShopT9QUzw

    And of course Beethoven, Mozart, all of those guys are terrific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giantz4Life View Post
    Oh Rudy, why do you do this to me? Now I'm going to start ranting. Love ska. There are different kinds of ska contrary to most people's general belief. Ska is actually a precursor to reggae music. Reggae music is the slower brother of ska, but both are characterized similarly by the off-beat guitar chops you hear in reggae music (think Bob Marley's "One Love" rhythm guitar) which is called "skanking".

    Here's an example of 1960's ska (and one of my favorite songs):

    Now all the bands in the 1980's/1990's that are categorized as ska are more properly referred to as New Age/Third Wave ska. This includes bands such as: Sublime, Reel Big Fish, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Save Ferris etc.

    Very similar, but with obvious differences. Third Wave ska introduced more influences of punk music that was made popular in the late 1970's and 1980's when punk music and hardcore punk became a sub cultural phenomenon in the US and England. Punk influences ska, reggae influences punk, but everything in popular music (and I mean literally everything) comes from blues music.


    I could write a freakin' book on music especially punk, ska, and reggae.


    Sorry I had to go off like that I just can't help myself when it comes to music.
    This post made me happy haha. I have a best friend who loves and plays punk. He really introduced me to it and I can't stop listening to it. I grew up on reggae and ska due to my father who is a huge fan. Do you know the Toots and Maytals? they are my favorite..

    Do you know the movie This is England? If you don't it's a great movie and has all of those punk/ska bands in there. It's about the skinhead movement in the 1980' in England, and of course Ska was very popular in that era like you mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Yes to both.
    When did you start playing?

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