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Yaya
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Tuesday, October 23 2018, 12:57 am EST

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I made one of those top 100 albums chart things for a conversation on a different site. I had put it off in the past cuz picking albums seems hard, it always seemed kinda pretentious, but life is suffering so whatever I guess

(some mildly nsfw covers)
Embedding the image makes it huge, so here's a link



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Friday, October 26 2018, 7:58 pm EST
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lol Alanis Morrissette


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Saturday, October 27 2018, 12:30 am EST

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Jagged Little Pill is lit, don't be a hater



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hard agree


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Saturday, October 27 2018, 11:03 pm EST
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every year i listen to about 3 alanis morrissette songs to figure out if her voice has stopped annoying me yet - so far it has not happened


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The Comet is Coming - Blood of the Past
jazzy, intense, futuristic vibe, cool vocal section

Mr. Bill - Composite 4
more cool futuristic jazz, more electronic

Maarja Nuut & Ruum - Mutuuja
elegant, ethereal violin piece

Alice Coltrane - Journey to Satchidananda
best harp playing I have ever heard

The Good, the Bad, and the Queen - The Truce of Twilight
from Damon Albarn of Gorillaz. melancholy, catchy, interesting

Talk Talk - The Rainbow / Eden / Desire
spiritual kind of prog rock, like something to climb a mountain to
Yaya
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Sunday, May 26 2019, 12:49 pm EST

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Really dug The Comet Is Coming's first two albums-- I'm waiting for the 3rd to come in thru the library, cuz I guess I'm stuck in the early 2000s



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Tuesday, May 28 2019, 3:28 am EST
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Gah, I actually had an opportunity to see The Comet is Coming live in Philly recently for a jazz class I was taking. Unfortunately my professor wanted me to go to a more traditional performance. It was nice and all, kinda felt like I missed out though.


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As a kid I always thought tennisballs looked delicious and I liked biting them. I still remember the feel of the fuzz on my teeth and tongue.
Mymop
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Monday, September 9 2019, 11:38 pm EST
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Recently I've been looking at a few pieces in septuple meter for a school project. Some of the most interesting ones I've found are as follows:
- Thalassaki Mou, a Greek folk dance which atvelonis and I (and the rest of our family) might have danced to
- Alfonso Muskedunder, something by a Norwegian DJ; I'd never heard of this guy or this genre until I found this song.

I also learned that Haggstrom from the Minecraft soundtrack is in septuple meter.

Aside from that, I've also been listening to a fair amount of piano music, mostly by Bach and Debussy. I've particularly come to like Debussy's piece Rêverie.  


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Tuesday, September 10 2019, 3:22 pm EST
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If you want another song in septuple meter, I can recommend d-e-f-a-c-e-d by 1f1n1ty, I think it's technically in 7/16 time, but that's still septuple


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Mymop
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Tuesday, September 10 2019, 9:56 pm EST
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Pretty cool— I'll check out some of his other songs too.

Another thing I heard while searching for Greek dance music is Na m' Agapas Tora, which sounds like it's in a more ordinary meter, but it's nice nonetheless.  


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Monday, September 16 2019, 1:37 am EST
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That reminds me, I should practice our Greek dances before Thanksgiving this year...

I finally listened to Tool's new album Fear Inoculum on the suggestion of Krotomo and many, many others. It's very good! Glad I got around to it.


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As a kid I always thought tennisballs looked delicious and I liked biting them. I still remember the feel of the fuzz on my teeth and tongue.
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Saturday, November 30 2019, 3:14 am EST

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in 7/8 time there's also prokofiev's "stalingrad" (no.7) sonata's 3rd movement which is quite famous because of that time signature
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Sunday, December 1 2019, 11:17 pm EST
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My friend introduced an experimental British metal band called Black Midi to me earlier. (A few weeks ago she took the train all the way to New York to see them live—on a Monday!—and the next day saw them live again in Philadelphia; a very big fan, it would seem.) They only have one album out at the moment, Schlagenheim. I gave a listen and really liked it!


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As a kid I always thought tennisballs looked delicious and I liked biting them. I still remember the feel of the fuzz on my teeth and tongue.
Yaya
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Tuesday, December 3 2019, 2:08 am EST

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I keep meaning to buy their album on Bandcamp but haven’t yet. Will definitely get it on my next haul



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