Your Favourite Pieces Of Music But From All Different Genres

Garrett

Moderator
How broad is your taste in music? So what are you favourite pieces of music from different music genres?
Here are some of mine;

Rock---Layla by Eric Clapton.
Soul--- Long After Tonight’s All Over by Jimmy Radcliffe.
Classical---(2nd movement) Adagio of Concierto de Aranjuez by Rodrigo (that was tough narrowing it down).
Easy Listening---Stella by Starlight wrote by Victor Young
Film Main Title---Capricorn One.
TV Main Title---Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Jazz---Women of Ireland by Bob James.
 

juniper

Active Member
Good idea for a thread:thumbsup: .

Mine:

Rock: Meatloaf, Bat Out of Hell
Soul: Sexual Healing, Marvin Gaye
Classical: (very hard I agree to narrow down this one): Gloria, Vivaldi
Easy: If You Leave Me Now, Chicago
Film Tile: Dances With Wolves
TV Title: Heartbeat:blush:
Jazz: In A Mellow Tone, Count Basie Orchestra.
 

Holowlegs

Well-known Member
Hi there

Good post.

Here the sort off stuff I have been listening to recently.

Rock---Paul Weller (Been listening to some of his more acoustic numbers lately)
Soul--- Maxwell (Urban Hang Suite & Embrya Albums)/ Maze Feat. Frankie Beverly (Maze album)
Classical— not something I am really into and wouldn’t know were to start.
Easy Listening---Norah Jones
Film Main Title--- :confused: tuff one.
TV Main Title--- Eastenders :rotfl: :rotfl:
Jazz---Fever by Peggy Lee
Reggae -- Gregory Isaacs (Night Nurse album)


Hope you don’t mind but added Reggae as well to make up for my know nothing off Classical:rolleyes:


Cheers Holo:smashin: :smashin:
 

Thekop

Novice Member
:cool:

Rock I'm a huge fan of The Who, The Clash, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd so It's tough to choose just one track out of all those :( I guess I'll choose The Who - Substitute...

Soul Commodores - 3 Time a Lady.

Classical Pavarotti - Nessun Dorma. I think :D

Easy Listening ( So many i love ) Tough choice again, i guess it's between REO SpeedWagon - Keep on Loving you and Cutting Crew - ( I just died ) in your arms tonight.

Film Main Title The Nightmare Before Christmas - If that's allowed ? :D

TV Main Title Only Fools and Horses.

Jazz I loved the Jazz at the Pawn shop album i had years ago on vinyl. I just wish i could find it on CD. :(

Reggae UB40 - 1 in 10..

In truth music is my number one passion ( apart from gorgeous women that is :devil: ) so my music changes as much as the weather does :smashin:
 

Garrett

Moderator
Holowlegs said:
Hope you don’t mind but added Reggae as well to make up for my know nothing off Classical:rolleyes:
No problem going to edit and add it to my list tomorrow.:smashin:

Thekop said:
Soul Commodores - 3 Time a Lady.
Still by the Commodores would probably come joint second with Could it be Im Falling In Love by The Detroit Spiners.;)
 

Thekop

Novice Member
Garrett said:
Still by the Commodores would probably come joint second with Could it be Im Falling In Love by The Detroit Spiners.;)
I loved Still.. I forgot about that one :thumbsup:

Another classic i love is Smokey Robinson's - Cruisin' :cool:

The list could be endless.. 5 minutes later you always come up with something else :suicide:

Great thread Garrett :smashin:
 

Lee

Moderator
Rock--November Rain by Guns and Roses
Soul--When a Man Loves a Woman by Percy Sledge
Classical--Jupiter from The planets by Holst
Easy listening--Fishing by Chris Rea (what a voice he has)
Film main title--Pirates of the Carribean
TV main title--The new Doctor Who theme
Jazz--I'm stumped with this one by haven't got the foggiest
Reggae--Rat in mi Kitchen by UB40

Good thread, a bit tough on the brain matter :D
 

cheeseywang

Standard Member
Rock--Back In Black by AC/DC
Soul--I Can't Get Next To You by The Temptations
Classical--Spring from the Four Seasons by Vivaldi (The only classical music I own)
Easy--Ain't That A Kick In The Head by Dean Martin
Film Main Title--Bullitt by Lalo Schifrin :cool:
TV Main Title--Seinfeld
Jazz--Song For My Father by Horace Silver
Reggae--Jamming by Bob Marley

...and my additional genre is
Hip-Hop--99 Problems by Jay-Z
 

lovemunkey187

Novice Member
Rock--Pantera = Walk
Soul--Marvin Gaye(I think) = Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay
Classical--Orff = Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi, from Carmen Burana. or Wagner = The Ride Of The Valkyries (I can't choose between them)
Easy--Everlast = Ends
Film Main Title-- Star Wars
TV Main Title--Firefly
Jazz--Big Bad Voodoo Daddy = You & Ma & A Bottle Makes Three Tonight(or pretty much anything from the Swingers OST)
Reggae--Don't listen to it, can't think of a Reggae song I've listened to all the way through.
Rap/Hip-Hop--House Of Pain = Jump
Country--Trace Adkins = Songs About Me

/\EDIT/\
HAd to change TV theme after watching this again.
 

Garrett

Moderator
LOL I was going to edit for you lovemunkey but Im not a mod on this forum, but I think you mean Otis Redding.;)
 

cabstar

Active Member
Hi

Had to think hard about this as not really classical or jazz minded however...

Rock---Give me all your love tonight Whitesnake
Soul--- Sexual Healing Marvin Gaye
Classical---four seasons:rolleyes:
Easy Listening---Sleeping Satelite Tasmin Archer
Film Main Title---Night Fever The Bee Gees from Saturday Night Fever
TV Main Title---The F Word think it is by Babybird of Your Gorgeous fame
Jazz---Hmmmm pass

Regards

Gary
 

delacroix_89

Novice Member
I find it way to hard to narrow it down to single songs, so i'm just gonna name a couple of my favourite groups/artists from each genre.

Rock - Guns N Roses, Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper
Classical - Carl Orff (been a while since i've listened to any classical really, so i cant narrow down any other favourites).
Easy Listening - Nobuo Uematsu (most well known for the soundtracks to the Final Fantasy games).
Film Main Title - I dont know about a specific Title song but for a whole soundtrack, you cant go far wrong with Grosse Point Blank or Pulp Fiction.
TV Main Title - I dont really watch much T.V. so i'm gonna have to leave this one blank.
Jazz - Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald
Reggae - Toots & The Maytals, Max Romeo, The Pioneers

I'm also gonna add a couple of genres.

Blues - Screamin Jay Hawkins, John Lee Hooker, The Blues Brothers Band
Ska - The Slackers, Prince Buster
Two-Tone - The Specials, Madness
Punk - The Clash, Stiff Little Fingers, Radio One
 

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