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Arubalisa
11-17-2008, 08:24 PM
What are you listening to these days?

I just bought and downloaded Harry Connick Jrs. new "album" What a Night! - A Christmas Album. :)

uncle dave
11-18-2008, 06:33 AM
As with books, I have pretty random taste in music; I just downloaded "Into the Galaxy" by a band from Australia, Midnight Juggernauts. The lead singer's voice reminds me of David Bowie. You can catch the video here:
http://www.youtube.com/user/midnightjuggernauts

enjoy:)

Arubalisa
11-18-2008, 10:48 AM
The lead singer's voice reminds me of David Bowie. You can catch the video here:
http://www.youtube.com/user/midnightjuggernauts

enjoy:)
You aren't kidding! :eek: "Ashes to Ashes" and "Cat People" come to mind. :)

arubamark
11-19-2008, 03:03 PM
ooofff mine is going to be brutal for some of you. First of all it really depends on what I am doing and where so it will vary from techno/trance/club to hardcore rock like Mudvayne or Slipknot to more mellow music like reggae with Burning Spear or Bob Marley. If I'm in the backyard making cocktails in my tikibar by the pool I usually have Barefoot man cd playing or some type of calypso/caribbean music playing. Recent songs downloaded to mu Itunes library was 50 cent get up (new song for the UFC) I love MMA. Womanizer by Brittany Sprears for wifey and also songs like let it rock, hot and cold, etc. The only music I really do purchase or go out of my way to listen is country and rap. I can really listen to anything else.

cindyo
11-19-2008, 06:19 PM
I don't even know where my ipod is....cindyo

SanNic44
11-19-2008, 06:44 PM
Gypsy Kings

Los Ninos de Sara

ELO

Roy Orbison

Did I just admit to that in the same post?:o

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Bill
11-19-2008, 06:46 PM
This is what I have downloaded to my ITOUCH for Aruba this year to go with my cooler with speakers. Boy am I living it up:D

Music- Disturbed, Jimmy Buffet, Johnny Cash (Sorry Arubamark) Pink Floyd, Billy Joel, Nine inch nails, Aerosmith, Toucans steel drums, Tina Turner, Inner Circle, Motorhead Mercy Playground. Then for Musical fun (Drunkin beach sing alongs)- The Monkeys, The Partridge family and the Archies.

For the plane I down loaded the movie Shreck the halls, two and a half men.

I think that is enough.

hawaiianmoonlight
11-19-2008, 08:24 PM
Oh boy! I've got everything on it from Al Green to Alicia Keys. In the past 3 mths. I've started to listen to country and I think Sugarland has some great tunes.

Andrea J.
11-19-2008, 10:10 PM
i have managed to load on 2 audiobooks onto my new ipod nano.

i have no clue as to what i am doing.

can someone come to my house and show me how to delete stuff from the ipod?
i am an idiot

cindyo
11-20-2008, 10:12 AM
Well, i would send my teenager up there, but its to far for her to drive....
That kid had mastered the ipod stuff, to bad she can't master the SAT's...cindy

Andrea J.
11-20-2008, 01:42 PM
straight up I-95 N
approx 260 miles from your neck of the woods
exit 127
the drive will be a good learning experience for her;)

i will work on it this afternoon and maybe call the nice folks in india that apple outsources to. i really do hate to appear to be an idiot to these kind and helpful techs.

or maybe i will take a nap instead:rolleyes:

i did manage to load on (all by myself) a bunch of elton john, trans siberian orchestra, jimmy buffett, beach boys, clancy brothers, celtic women, irish tenors, beatles, p,p and mary and streisand cds..............about 800 songs.

does anyone else have difficulty getting those earbud things to stay in their ears properly without pain and or without falling out?
sure as shootin i cannot master that either.:doh:
andrea




Well, i would send my teenager up there, but its to far for her to drive....
That kid had mastered the ipod stuff, to bad she can't master the SAT's...cindy

cindyo
11-20-2008, 06:00 PM
Hey andrea, We're going to see trans siberian orchestra in Providence on Dec. 10th...I love them and their show at Christmas. We also love Manheim Steamroller and have seen them in concert...funny that you mention them.
Now, Kate came home after taking some survery at school on what she would be good at...here's what she says when she gets in the car....I would be good at public speaking, a funeral director, a choreograher, a dulea, mental health professional, an adoption couselor...GO FIGURE ! Not one common thread... Not one of them has anything to do with what she wants to be a....a nurse, well dulea I guess....so, you can see what I am talking about....SAT's are a big problem here...ipods, no problem....Oh yah, she can't read a map to save her life, so don't be expecting here b4 Christmas....

Arubalisa
11-20-2008, 09:13 PM
show me how to delete stuff from the ipod?
Connect your iPod to iTunes.

"To delete an item from your library:

Click the item to select it and then press the Delete key.

When you delete an item from your library (remove it from the iTunes window), you are asked whether to keep it on your hard disk (or wherever it is stored) or delete it from your computer.

Removing an item from a playlist doesn't remove it from your iTunes library or your computer. Deleting a playlist or folder doesn't remove the songs from your library or hard disk.

When you delete a folder, all the playlists and folders inside that folder are also deleted.

You might not be able to remove songs from a Smart Playlist that has "Live updating" turned on, because the playlist is continually updated."

uncle dave
11-25-2008, 07:02 AM
"Tenderoni", by Chromeo; a Canadian techno/funk duo and "You are my Sunshine" by Johnny Cash. Also, Arubamark, since you enjoy techno/dance/trance, this is the streaming radio I listen to while I am at my desk.
http://www.ministryofsound.com/radio/radiohomepage.aspx

ridler2013
12-10-2008, 12:09 AM
I kinda sick right now... I like to listen to the Remedy of Jason Mraz it make me kinda well somehow :(