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  • vate

    Vate - Umbra

    18 Apr 2:10pm Reply
  • FUTUR7Os

    Wundervolle Musik die du da hörst :)

    17 Apr 9:03pm Reply
  • Sooperglitcher

    Hey man, nice variation in your library. We have some awesome acts in common too. :) what are some of your favourite albums of recent years?

    26 Mar 12:05am Reply
  • carebearbubbles

    Hugs to you

    25 Mar 1:58am Reply
  • IpekYalcin

    So, jetzt muss ich aber mal meine Meinung los werden. Vielen Dank für so viel Inspiration.. ich höre mir stets deine neu markierten Lieblingssongs an und muss sagen, dass sie einfach meinem Geschmack entsprechen. Keep on groovin! :)

    21 Mar 9:40am Reply
  • nicorebel

    fab taste in music.

    11 Mar 10:58am Reply
  • pahachowa

    Hey! Hier riecht es aber nach Gras! ;-) Coole Musiksammlung! Werde mir mal Anregungen holen. Grüße!

    4 Mar 5:26pm Reply
  • Flynner11

    What a cool picture. ;P

    3 Mar 2:21am Reply
  • PeaceLoveOWS

    McCartney was fantastic. Saw him at Yankee Stadium. The concert was around three hours long with a great mixture of Beatles, Wings, and solo music. If I closed my eyes, it might as well have been 1965. Macca sounds great and still has incredible energy. He also paid tribute to John a lot; it was surreal to sing "Give Peace a Chance" with 50,000 others.

    2 Feb 6:58pm Reply
  • PeaceLoveOWS

    Thanks man. I'm trying to see all the greats before it's too late.

    2 Feb 4:38am Reply
  • le_dzedaj

    Phosgene NIghtmare is absolutely amazing. Probably describes Black Angels best in 5 songs - from dark, raw and gritty heavy psychedelic rock till beautiful acoustic blues.

    15 Dec 2012 Reply
  • realshiznit Basically, if it doesn't conform strictly to the traditional, and complicated, notion of 'raga', it can't really be said to be 'classical'.

    28 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Brunanalyzed

    On the final song, Sun’s Coming Up, someone is dying of cancer. “That’s my dad. He passed a couple of years back but I’ve never been able to write about it until now. He got skin cancer – stayed too long in the sun.”

    24 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Ben_Lyons

    Just thought I'd share that little story with you haha. When I saw him with Tame Impala though he seemed fine - was happy just stood there jamming away on bass.

    23 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Ben_Lyons

    Hey, loving the music you listen too - we have a lot of bands in common. I noticed you asking someone about Nick Allbrook being so weird, I saw him playing in Pond at a tiny packed venue at around 12am earlier this year. And he was completely off his face - glazed look, staring into nothing in the distance, the way he moved. He still managed to sing and play keys a little bit - but the keyboard broke and he kept stage flopping (not quite a dive) into the crowd. So it turned into just a jam fest by the rest of the band whilst Nick wandered around pretty much.

    23 Nov 2012 Reply

    probably because of drugs, his drug use is quite prominent already (I have no idea what he uses though, probably cocaine or heroin I DON'T KNOW TBH) plus he's just quirky in general :>

    11 Nov 2012 Reply
  • sls

    Right, more of a general observation then... certainly there's a huge influence from the Floyd and similar groups. When you said reference, I was thinking maybe something lyrically specific, Syd Barrett did have a solo song called "Effervescing Elephant". But now that I'm thinking about it - the song does sound very similar to some of the stuff on the White Stripes' album Elephant - the song "Black Math" is quite similar. I wonder if there's any connection.

    7 Nov 2012 Reply
  • sls

    On Tame Impala's "Elephant", you commentated that it's a reference to early Floyd. I'm an early Floyd specialist - what exactly did you believe was the reference?

    7 Nov 2012 Reply
  • michaelmcguire

    Ah ok. Well at least I have Spotify, so I can just check out all the songs from your playlists on there

    5 Nov 2012 Reply
  • michaelmcguire

    How do I play other people's playlist?? I am a bit confused, especially since it is in German

    4 Nov 2012 Reply
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I'm just high on life
(Bobby Callender)

Music is your only friend
Until the end

(Jim Morrison)

Limitless undying love
Which shines around me like a million suns
It calls me on and on across the universe

Jai Guru Deva, Om!

(John Lennon)

When you've seen beyond yourself then you may find
Peace of mind is waiting there
And the time will come when you see we're all one
And life flows on within you and without you

(George Harrison)

And, in the end,
the love you take,
Is equal to the love you make.

(Paul McCartney)

Got my own world to live through
And I ain't gonna copy you.

(Jimi Hendrix)

It's awfully considerate of you to think of me here
And I'm much obliged to you for making it clear
That I'm not here.

(Syd Barrett)

Was du nicht kannst ist mehrere Leben führen
Was du nicht kannst ist auf mehreren Schiffen stehen


And gazing out the window, as I ascend into the sky
(Kevin Parker)

psychedali's top albums (overall) 1. July - July (520)
2. Tame Impala - Innerspeaker (454)
3. Rainbow Ffolly - Sallies Fforth (362)
4. Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (352)
5. Love - Forever Changes (344)
6. The Avalanches - Since I Left You (341)
7. Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails (325)
8. The United States of America - The United States of America (307)
9. The Beatles - The Beatles (300)
10. Tame Impala - Lonerism (299)