1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

    Dismiss Notice

Oldies but goodies

Discussion in 'Music' started by naturalinstict, May 24, 2018.
  1. naturalinstict
    Hey guys starting this thread out of inspiration of forgotten music. When I type in music I mean jams, hits, bangers, and classics. Oldies but goodies isn't considered to be limited to one genre or time period. If you have something you find holds sentimental value please by all means post! I've been bringing back my high school music into my collection and it has a lot to do with bass driven music such as dubstep. Here are a few I consider to be gems in the banger category. Feel free to comment your opinions on the music posted. Thanks for being a part of this thread!

    Gorrilaz - Rhinestone Eyes (Hooky dubstep remix)
    Emalkay - When I Look At You
    Mt. Eden - Sierra Leone
    Ellie Goulding - Starry Eyed (Jakwob remix)
    Bassnectar - Magical World ft. Nelly Furtado
    Cragga - Mr. Postman dubstep remix
    ADUHF likes this.
  2. wuwhere Contributor
    ADUHF and naturalinstict like this.
  3. serman005
    'Rocket Man' -- Elton John
    naturalinstict and ADUHF like this.
  4. ADUHF
    Dunno how they'd sound now, but these are some artists I listened to in HS, or thereabouts...

    Rock: Blondie, Bowie, The Cars, Clapton, Deep Purple, ELO, The Fixx, George Harrison, Peter Gabriel, Queen, Rod Stewart, Sweet, Tom Petty & Heartbreakers, Wings, Yes...
    Funk/R&B: Cameo, Chaka Khan, Diana Ross, EWF, Gap Band, George Clinton, Grace Jones, The Jacksons, Kraftwerk, Michael Henderson, Patrice Rushen, Prince, Shalamar, SOS Band, Zapp/Roger Troutman...
    Classical: Russian romantics & their students (esp. Prokofiev & Stravinsky), alot of Samuel Barber, and movie scores by Jerry Goldsmith, John Barry & John Williams
    Jazz: Buddy Rich, Fred Astaire, George Benson, Herbie Hancock, Jaco Pastorius, Pat Metheny, Stanley Clarke, Weather Report

    I listened to a fair amount of disco as well. Two movies that capture the music of that era (mid 70's to early 80's) well are Dazed & Confused, and The Last Days of Disco.
    Last edited: May 27, 2018
    naturalinstict and serman005 like this.
  5. wuwhere Contributor

    Last edited: May 27, 2018
  6. naturalinstict
    That all you got
  7. naturalinstict
    Thanks guys for showing some love on the thread and your appreciation for music

Share This Page