Curtis Stone (el 07/03/14 a las 4:15 am)
Today's song that I wanted to share is Live's Lightning Crashes... reminds
me of my apprenticeship days in the kitchen all those years ago, it's funny
how a song can just take you right back to those moments.. such a great one
to belt out in the car too hahaha Live - Lightning Crashes
FRIDAY NIGHT SESSIONS (el 24/11/13 a las 8:25 pm)
*On this day... 1970*
*Happy Birthday, Chad Taylor* - Guitarist for Live
#Live #OnThisDay #RRHK #ChadTaylor
Jodi S (el 06/05/14 a las 3:15 am)
Brianna Lee (el 26/03/14 a las 5:00 pm)
Love, love, love LIVE!!!
deathtokoalas (el 21/02/14 a las 9:53 am)
if i wrote some historical music essays that described live as emo - and
presented an argument for it - what would the reaction be? i mean, i know
it's not a common designation. i think it's the correct one, but i know i'm
going to get some emo people yelling at me. overall, though, i'm just
curious as to how people that listened to live would react.
i mean, live never really fit as alt. rock. do they fit better as emo? what
do their fans think?
i loved live up to the distance to here, but it was more of a continuity
related to growing up listening to rem and u2. i remember checking life's
rich pageant and green out of the public library when i was about seven or
eight, and getting my uncle to dub me copies of u2's discography at roughly
the same age. i was a precocious child. so, i connected to live like that -
as an extension of my precocious, jangle rock childhood (which also
included genesis, the bangles and the b-52s). i was a teenager through the
90s, so, naturally, i was mostly into harder edged music: industrial and
punk, mostly. so, excluding getting into sdre through radiohead, i was
mostly oblivious to the existence of that whole quiet math emo thing.
further, by the time i'd grown up enough to expand my tastes, post-rock was
the go to: mogwai, gybe, tortoise. it's something i skipped over.
(looking back, i honestly don't think i missed much)
how about the rest of you? did you listen to what was called emo in the
90s? to be clear, i'm talking about stuff like mineral, not stuff like
drive like jehu.
Darren Breton (el 05/01/14 a las 2:13 pm)
song came out in 95 or 96 I believe.
Jenn Whitehouse (el 25/01/14 a las 3:53 pm)
Tracy Catnip (el 18/04/14 a las 12:52 am)
A fave from the 90's.
Ronald van Roon (el 17/01/14 a las 7:53 pm)
Love the album Throwing Copper! The song Lightning Crashes still give me
goosebumps when i hear it.
Sollux Moonlight (el 03/03/14 a las 2:58 pm)
still my fav song