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I found I had no problems listening & watching tonight. The trick is to manually
stop/exit from each video clip when you've finished watching it & make absolutely sure it has stopped. They keep trying to start again, little devils!
I've taken my time, and listened a bit more patiently. It's going to take a while, at this rate, to get through the lot. But what the heck.
(Working my way through) I've reached 1996 in Robert's selection. Some very intense tracks here. (I confess I'm rather partial to the intense
) But a lot I'd describe as "uplifting" or joyful, even. I've been quite intrigued by quite a few of them ... So far, there's not one track I haven't been really impressed by/liked by Pearl Jam
. Quite a band! I think a bit more checking out on YouTube will be necessary. Also, the lyrics are obviously very important & required pretty intense concentration. But I'm quite taken with Pearl Jam
I like the Cranberries
a lot, too! More follow-up, I'm certain. Other tracks which appealed (though most were pretty good.) : Fake Plastic Trees
(Radiohead), the two Green Day
tracks (love those driving guitars!) & the singer from Hootie and the Blowfish
! What a voice!' I was rather surprised to when Oasis
appeared (probably because I associate them with public bickering & media hype.
) But yes, Wonderwall
is a very good song!
OK, back for my next my next blast tomorrow & after ...
By the way, just because I started this thread doesn't mean (of course) that I'm the only one who can comment on any aspect of the music. This could get somewhat boring, too! No, please feel free to comment on any
aspect of the music, the musicians, culture of the time, whatever .... rave on to your heart's content if you like. I'm all ears.