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Agreed: the horns are awesome.

Different style of music, but another favorite horn entrance happens here at 1:14. Turn it up.

Can't Hide (Feat. Ashe) - Whethan -

UNKLE (Feat. Mark Lanegan) - Looking for the the Rain (Perhaps this is TMI, but I totally dream of doing this one to karaoke some day.)

These are all great!

Toulousio  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Who Is Left on Hubski?

If I absolutely had to pick, I'd have to select OK COMPUTER as my favorite. However, Kid A, Hail to the Thief, and A Moon Shaped Pool also are in constant rotation on my car's stereo.

The honest truth is that Radiohead hasn't made a bad album. I suppose that the general consensus is that The King of Limbs is the most, shall we say, resistible, but even that album has some true gems. The song "Codex," for example, is one of my favorites of all their songs.

Toulousio  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Who Is Left on Hubski?

Name: Toulousio

Location: Texas

Age: 40s

Current Preoccuptaions: Bach, begleri, oratory

Previous Preoccupations: 9x9 go, Formula 1, freehand yoyo, scotch, Takemitsu

Perpetual Preoccupation: Cats

Favorite Band: Radiohead

Toulousio  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Getting into Go

Hello, everyone! I'm new to Hubski and pretty new to go as well. I'd love to connect and play some games. I just joined the OGS group under the same username that I use here. I particularly enjoy 9x9 games.

Also, I'm too new to post links here yet, but David Nolen has a great blog chronicling his go journey.

I've been promoted! Thanks lil!

I really enjoy writing to 5, Eve Egoyan's recording of piano music by Ann Southam.

Here's a link to Untitled in G.

And here's more information on the album from Ms. Egoyan's website.

Rush, the Presto tour. February 22, 1990. The Miami Arena. Mr. Big opened.

I was young, so my older cousin took me. We were way in the back. It was loud and awesome.

I remember that Paul Gilbert and Billy Sheehan had tassels hanging down from the necks of their guitars, which I thought was silly. Still do. I never was a Mr. Big fan. But, a Rush fan? Yes!

Still am.