Now that I’m thinking about it, I suppose it’s mostly old stuff. I’ve been stuck on Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer lately. Lately as in the past year or two. Mostly old stuff, but also their newer albums.
Going thru various artists total discography on Amazon Music one by one. Revisiting old favs like Phil Ochs, Tracy Chapman, Stan Rogers, Bob Seger, The Stones, the Who, Dire Straights, Paul Thorn, and a host of others. rediscovering songs I haven’t heard in ages from albums I used to own ‘back in the day’.
For now I have SiriusXM radio and my non-AM/FM stations are set to Watercolors (smooth jazz), Beatles channel, occasional Billy Joel Channel, The Bridge, 70’s, and 80’s, to name a few. I was listening to the 90’s for a while, but decided that wasn’t particularly a good decade for music. Ha ha. I have some news stations set too, but my most favorite is Doctor Radio, which doesn’t play much in the way of music.
@zinimusprime that’s the weird part. I’m actually super good… I just like to imagine that hello darlin is about a creepy guy accosting a woman who has no memory of him outside a grocery store cause it makes me laugh
@Grimscribbles lol I know, I was trying to go along with the joke. I like older country music, not all of it but some of it is really good. One of my favorites is One Piece at a Time. It’s probably most people’s favorite too, haha.
I’ve always listened to a wide range of music, but lately it’s been particularly polar opposites. I play bass at my church so a lot of worship music but also [since I’ve finally given up on boycotting anything but my own music library] a lot of electronic music (aka Rogue, Kaskade). I’m kinda new to that genre so please be gentle if it’s lame electronic music. Other than that, all 90’s.
P.S. Going to NYC to see Rage Against the Machine in August - first guys trip since I got married (~14 years). I’m hype as the kids these days say.
Out on my deck,it’s whatever my neighbor is playing.He’s got a kick ass sound system,totally random playlists,and the tree lined embankment behind us gives that amphitheater effect.It’s like a free concert most every weekend.
My tastes are fairly eclectic, but I mostly listen to stuff from the 1650s to 1900 (middle baroque thru classical) and 1965ish to 1992ish. But also most jazz and some symphonic rock and a few other more modern things.
Recently, I’ve been telling Ziggy (nee Alexa) to “shuffle music” and then if I like the first song, I’ll tell it to “shuffle music from …” (that band or artist).