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b314 clipper
Posted on: Dec 20 2005, 05:18 PM


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I realy like Ian's answer.

I've never met any one of my age ( I'm 17 ) that liked the music I'm listening to. I think it's a pitty but I'm not angry for that. What makes me feeling angry is when people doesn't respect this music, when they qualify it as a "boring music" or as a music for "dinosaurs", or when they laugh as they hear what I have in my Mp3 player. So in some way, the fact that I listen to music from the 1920's & 1930's makes me unable to talk about the "music" of today with others friends... But the problem is ony present when we speak about music and most of my friends listen to music I really don't like. I don't think that the fact I'm interested in music and any other things from the 1930's affects my relationship, but it probably makes me appearing as a strange guy for the other ones.
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b314 clipper
Posted on: Dec 17 2005, 01:37 AM


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QUOTE(dmpl70 @ Feb 2 2005, 12:05 PM)
Why would anyone listen to this old, out dated, stale, square, nerdy music? Because its beautiful, sophisticated, complex, absolutely charming and purely American. That's why. If more younger people could get turned on this music, life would be sooo much better. I'm 41.

I agree. ( I'm 17 and I've always loved dance music from the 1920' & 1930'. I hate today's music )
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b314 clipper
Posted on: Dec 12 2005, 02:49 PM


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Sorry for the mistake !

And thanks for the explanation ( my father is Swedish, but I don't speak Swedish... That's why I was not sure... ) rolleyes.gif
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Posted on: Dec 11 2005, 06:04 PM


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I'm not sure i've posted my question in the appropriate topic, but I heard a song in swedish ( is it possible ? ) as I was listenning to the Dismuke channel. Does any one knows if any wellknown swedish band, singer or song had existed ? ( and does any one knows what song I'm speaking about ? That would be wonderful )
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Posted on: Dec 11 2005, 05:55 PM


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Hello I'm new here. I'm not anglophone so please excuse the gramatical mistakes I'll sometimes do. I've just discovered the radio station and I really like it.
I'm not an expert but I like music from the 1920' & 1930', especially records from Al Bowlly with the Ray Nobel's orchestra ( my favourite song is " Midnight, the stars and you " ( which appear at the end of the movie Shining ) ).
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