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Middlegirl

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I have a question, about the radio in the car

this morning with the snow I drove the boys to school. I found out Renee has a totally different FM radio setting for when I am in the car with her.

Renee's FM side is preset to like old school rock stations and 80's rock, and oddly enough 2 talk stations. The other FM side is set to much more current stuff.

I thought it was really sweet that she did this. Does anyone else do that for their younger partners?

Just wondering... I always ask the most difficult questions.
 

polychronopolous

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this morning with the snow I drove the boys to school. I found out Renee has a totally different FM radio setting for when I am in the car with her.

Renee's FM side is preset to like old school rock stations and 80's rock, and oddly enough 2 talk stations. The other FM side is set to much more current stuff.

I thought it was really sweet that she did this. Does anyone else do that for their younger partners?

Just wondering... I always ask the most difficult questions.

Anyone who drives my truck could change every radio preset and I'd never know. Lol! I never listen to the radio, evah. I'll spare you the tirade, but I feel like radio forces the homogenization of music at the cost of artistry. Ok, enough of that. I don't want this to be like when you ask someone "How are you doing?" and they tell you EVERYTHING, which is great but "Good, thank you." would have worked just fine. :p
 

kdt26417

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Re (from Middlegirl):
"Renee's FM side is preset to like old school rock stations and 80's rock, and oddly enough two talk stations. The other FM side is set to much more current stuff.
I thought it was really sweet that she did this. Does anyone else do that for their younger partners?"

If I had a car: I'd most likely let my partner set both sides of the radio to whatever they wanted. When it comes to music I'm pretty easy.

Re: Have You Forgotten ... nice, I like the combo of lyrics, vocalist, and instrumentation.

From the Eagles ... the Last Resort:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hdx6oyBOVj0
 

kdt26417

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Dude, that's cool music. From one atheist to another.

J.S. Bach is my favorite musician of all time, and he was a very devout, conservative Lutheran. Doesn't change the fact that all of his music kicks ass.

Well then, try these modern Christian songs by Glad in their (first) Acapella Project album.

"A Mighty Fortress:"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8NRD5B_sAA&list=PL2ryqj2Mhqa1khnhiBal3mFy1s96sfSVL&index=2

And fast-forward to "Be Ye Glad:"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2q_yQqHksQw&list=PL2ryqj2Mhqa1khnhiBal3mFy1s96sfSVL&index=8

And for any interested, the whole album is listed at:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2ryqj2Mhqa1khnhiBal3mFy1s96sfSVL

And yes, I love all the songs on that album.
 

polychronopolous

New member
Oh man! I love acapella! Sometimes it falls flat, missing the punch it needs, but some groups get it right and it is everything! All three are awesome!

While I appreciate the help, autocorrect, it was "Tu Rubes Ut Aurora" not "Tuesday....."

I'm with you, man. Handel's Messiah, Oratorio, has not been knocked off my charts as number one most played track since 2006. Some find inspiration in themselves, some find it in god. Whatever gets awesome music to my ears. :)
 

kdt26417

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Staff member
Cool beans.

I may post a bunch of APP instrumentals in the near future ... We shall see.
 

kdt26417

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Leetah

Member
Unchained Melody has been running in my head for two days. Which is basically OK.
 

Evie

Kaitiaki
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Overcome, by Live
 
A lot of Nunslaughter. My dear friend, Jim, their drummer, passed away this past Wednesday following two strokes he had in September. One of the nicest guys in music I have ever met.
 
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