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Discussion in 'Steve DiGiorgio' started by Bassista, Mar 18, 2007.

  1. Bassista

    Bassista Eastern Europe Groover

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    Hello Folks!
    I've been wondering recently if any of You boys from hell have other musical inspirations than long-hairish-speed-death-metal kinda thing ? :err:

    how'bout You ,Steve?
     
  2. MaskedJackal

    MaskedJackal 4003 = <3

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    Jesus, yeah I do. Lately I've been listening to a shit-ton of Dinosaur Jr. Also:
    My Bloody Valentine
    Emerson, Lake & Palmer
    Rush
    Heresy
    Crumbsuckers
    Deep Wound
    Vivaldi
    The Cure
    Melvins
    Dysrythmia
    Pan-Thy-Monium
    Thin Lizzy

    I listen to a lot of different stuff.
     
  3. Travis

    Travis Bassist

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    If you like Spastic Ink/Watchtower/Spiral Architect/Cynic/Any of that technical kinda stuff, you should check out Thelonious Monk.

    While you're at it, listen to some Charlie Parker too. Cause, he's awesome.
     
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    The more diversity you have in your cd room, the better you are. It's funny when i was younger i use to think some style of music were dumb and just couldn't get it.......good thing i don't think the same. But i still hate Dance and western music.......that will personnaly never change.

    I really like Elvis, Beatles, Neil Young..............well the more you know, the better you are.
     
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    Higon No Blest´s Bassist

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    Latelly I&#180;ve been listening to "Cheiro de Vida" (Brazilian Prog/Funk/whatever) from the early 90s, The Hellecasters (Instrumental country music - GREAT stuff), random stuff from Nico Assump&#231;&#227;o (Brazilian bassist, the best IMHO)... And Death Metal. =P
     
  6. Bassista

    Bassista Eastern Europe Groover

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    Well that'l do for a start:) spastic kinda stuff i dig ,offcourse:) about the rest ,well... my infuences are(right now) :
    Frank Zappa :)
    Charlie Parker,Monk,Chick Korea 'Horovitz even:)
    Pastorius ,Stanley Clarke
    Sadus:) as we all:)
    Peter Gabriel ,KIng Krimson
    Blood Sweat and Tears (the 70's one - not the mashine head one:) )
    Mahavishnu Orchestra ,Weather Report ,Shankar
    Yes ,Rush ,Rainbow (just a little bit)
    Bela Fleck 'n stuff
    Tribal Tech
    as for the humour : polish band Virgin :)
    Greetings for my Grandma:)
    now the hevy stuff ... just joking :)
    MOSTLY ANYTHING THAT HAS MUSIC POTENTIAL
    and not to serious :)
    checkout the bands I play in:
    Przasniczki (myspace.com)www.tenebris.igk.pl
    soorry folks but most of that stuff is in my native language:/

    cheerz'n'greetz!
     
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    I love it whenever anyone mentions Frank Zappa. :)

    I don't listen to a lot of death metal, but here's what's been playing lately for me:

    Stuck Mojo (rap metal)
    Agent Cooper (sort of prog-rock)
    Paul Gilbert's solo stuff (pop-rock, technical guitar playing)
    Q*Ball (pop-electronica)
    Jamiroquai (pop-funk)

    And I've thrown some Sammy Hagar on.
     
  8. Bassista

    Bassista Eastern Europe Groover

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    JAMIROQUAI roxx! when it comes to groove:)
    About Frank ... tell me how one man can possibly make over 100 discs with music thats so various and beautifull?:)
     
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    chainsawmax fan's incarnation

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    sonic youth
    the sisters of mercy
    small white
    king crimson
    michael jackson
    prong
    ministry
    dinosaur jr. (hey asa, diggin the new one?)
    talking heads
     
  10. MaskedJackal

    MaskedJackal 4003 = <3

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    Well well well! Looks like SOMEONE got a leak copy :p

    I hear good things about it, and coincidentally I just bought You're Living All Over Me. Great record, and the Cure cover on it is wonderful.
     
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    CKY
    Ween
    King Crimson
    Dark Hall
    Clutch
    Led Zep
    Chuck Berry
    Public Enemy
    Hank Williams
    Hank Jr
    Hank III
    Moistboyz
    Fireball Ministry
    Fu Manchu
    Sunn O)))
    Boris
    Earth
    Isis
     
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    Lately I rediscovered the Premiata Forneria Marconi..
     
  13. Bassista

    Bassista Eastern Europe Groover

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    wtf is that?
     
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    _Wes StrangeBass

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    Michael Manring
    Trip Wamsley
    Tribal Tech

    Porcupine Tree

    lots of music. . .
    :)
     

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