I don’t mean the obvious - Christmas carols in December, or beach music in July.
I mean just all-purpose music - do you find yourself listening to some artists at certain times of year?
I’m OLD, so this will skew that way. But, for example, The Kink Kronikles album is a favorite in fall for me. The Byrds, and lots of folk music, I seem to associate with spring or summer. The Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main Street and the Clash’s Combat Rock are good summer discs. U2’s Achtung Baby and Zooropa are good for me to listen to in the car on a cold winter’s night.
Maybe when the record first came out, or when I first heard it, determine this for me. But not in all cases.
So do you have favorite music for favorite times . . . or places? (There are also some records I love, but would never play in the car. I want something different when I’m driving!)
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There’s a folk music video I’ve been trying to find again. I can’t remember the name of the song or artist but in the video a man with glasses is biking on the highway, later through a park. It ends with a choir randomly singing to him. The song’s theme is not taking time to smell the roses. Any ideas??
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It’s a homework assignment I first need to have the artists name and what kind of latin music do they sing????
Example: Rocio Durcal— Mexican Folk Music
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I’m a fan of music by Bob Dylan, Neil young, Simon & Garfunkel (somewhat), Billy Bragg….
Any suggestions for someone new?
Lisa Mitchell asked:
I’ve been listening to a folk artist recently called City & Colour (ie Dallas Green) and I really love his style of music. I was wondering if someone might know any artists/groups who make similar and equally lovely music.
Thank you for your time!
I love the sounds of lots of eastern music, most especially Indian. I don’t know any vocalists or skillful musicians (not pop music, more folk)?
Also, what are the players in an Indian band called? Isn’t the woman singer called something special?
bombacı mülayim asked:
i post a similar question in Turkey section. if you are confused of the genre of experimental folk music, have a look at there. i am looking for your answers.
ok. title “experimental folk” mat be wrong, but you understood what i am looking for, right?
$oCC3R MaNiaC asked:
Anyone listen to folk music?
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anyone know any good folk artists from around the world
I really like fiddle music too, im only young but me and my dad saw a music show on the bbc about a year ago and i fell in love with the music on it, really beautiful! I think it was on bbc 4, and it was scottish and irish folk music. can anyone help me by telling me some good songs or artists in the genre of music? thanks!
I’m into people like Patty Griffin and Inara George. Can you suggest any similiar artists?
Ok, I’ve recently discovered my love for Celtic Folk music, just the sounds of the fiddling and flutes and banjo all meshed into a simplistic yet beautiful sound makes me feel like life is good, but the problem is I can’t distinguish between good artists or bad ones so any good suggestion?
I certainly don’t think so, but it seems that a lot of people do. If you look in cd stores, for example, they have all of the folk artists (eg Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Woody Guthrie) under country.
Also, on this very site, there is no section for folk music.
My favorites are Priscilla Ahn, Ron Pope, Ray Lamontagne, Iron and Wine. Thanks