Music Comments (1,717)

This is a list of random comments on All Music - ordered by date. Click on the music title to view the music. Click here to post Music.

roseofsharon1

RE: Beth Hart: You Belong To Me

WOW what a voice deep from the soul. Very moving.

View Music
Mickmjb

RE: Led Zeppelin: Led Zeppelin 1

Excellent album, the second, third and forth even better!

View Music
yoursas

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: You And I Will Meet Again

You and I will meet again
When we're least expecting it
One day in some far off place
I will recognize your face
I won't say goodbye my friend
For you and I will meet againcheering

View Music
Stpeteleolady

RE: One Republic: Whereever I go

That's the kind of office I'd like to work in!!!!

View Music
Natt73
yoursas

Jenny Lewis: Pretty Bird

it's just too awesome...............................

View Music
matuto

RE: FALCO: JEANNY

wonderful song......makes me remember european days

View Music
Mickmjb
Mickmjb

RE: Pink Floyd: Dark Side Of The Moon

dancing without doubt a thinking persons band!

View Music
Mickmjb

RE: Eric Clapton: COCAINE

Brilliant song, do prefer the original though!

View Music
Thiago1974_nice

Ludwig Von Beethoven: Symphony nº IX

AllMusic Review by Blair Sanderson
Herbert von Karajan's 1976 rendition of Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in D minor, "Choral," Op. 125, has had its advocates over the years, and many think this is his best version of the symphony. Even so, others more skeptical may find that this performance is too carefully contrived to show off the Berlin Philharmonic's exceptional chops; that the recording is too fastidiously engineered to pick up every last instrumental passage, important or not; and that the whole package is marketed too pointedly as a "great performance," which it is not. If sharpness of gesture and potency of force define Karajan's interpretation, along with a ruthless attention to details that seems almost fetishistic, then listeners who like his driven yet hyper-meticulous style will find all they desire in this recording. But if they suppose this performance has any subtlety, grace, majesty, eloquence, mystery, or ecstasy, then they only imagine it, because this is about as mechanical, forced, sterile, and calculated as a reading of the Ninth can get. Whether it's because the first movement sounds too obsessively precise (you can practically count the notes in the unnaturally highlighted tremolos), the Scherzo comes off as too ferocious and choppy, or the Adagio merely goes through the motions without revealing any of its beauty, this might yet seem like an acceptable, if not especially attractive or endearing, performance that delivers the basics without much emotion. But the Finale is where the whole effort is undermined, simply through a lack of inspiration. Every note is where it should be, the orchestra is crystal clear, the vocal quartet is solid, and the Wiener Singverein is impressive, but the movement doesn't come together in any unified expression of joy, either earthly or cosmic. Instead of instilling awe or rapture, this stiffly paced and hard-edged reading is devoid of feeling and induces only boredom, since everything is so brutally hammered out. Deutsche Grammophon's boosted sound is upfront and in your face, so there is no chance you'll miss a note of this heavy-handed presentation.

View Music
Thiago1974_nice
Happychatty1
Happychatty1

Mumford & Sons: I Will Wait

Brilliant band...Great tunemployment. .. .awesome lyrics applause

View Music
Happychatty1

RE: Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody

I agree
Great song great film too :)

View Music
Happychatty1

Marvin Gaye: What's Going On

Hope this gets re released

View Music
Thiago1974_nice

Metropolitan Hilarion (Alfeyev): On the Rivers of Babylon

Beautiful music with a a glass of wine, or a cuban cigar...or maybe both.

View Music
Happychatty1
Happychatty1

Marvin Gaye: What's Going On

Hope this gets ready released :)

View Music
Happychatty1
yoursas

Motor Head: Love me forever

Love me forever, or not at all
End of our tether, backs to the wall
You give me your hand, don't you ever ask why
Promise me nothing, live 'til we die
Everything changes, it all stay the same
Everyone guilty, no one to blame
Every way out, brings you back to the start
Everyone dies to break somebody's heartpeace

View Music
Happychatty1

Jackie Wilson: Your Love ....keeps lifting me higher

Such a great video for a uplifting beautiful song :)dancing

View Music
Happychatty1

Ellie Goulding: How Long Will I Love You

I must check the original version of this song out :)

View Music
Mickmjb

RE: Ellie Goulding: How Long Will I Love You

Great song, I have the original version by the Waterboys!

View Music
Nahvey
yoursas

Kiss: I Was Made For Loving You

I was made for lovin' you baby
You were made for lovin' me
And I can't get enough of you baby
Can you get enough of me

View Music
Happychatty1

Emile Sande and Labrinth: Beneath Your Beautiful

Would you let me see beneath you beautiful.......

View Music
Happychatty1
Happychatty1
Happychatty1
Happychatty1

Bruno Mars: When I Was Your Man

Hindsight is a wonderful thing wisdom comes with both experience and growth

View Music
Happychatty1

RE: Roberta Flack: The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face

Such a beautiful song my friend walked down the Isle at her wedding to it...thanks for posting it :)

View Music
whitelily1
whitelily1
Frankt4201348

Todd Rundgren: A Wizard A True Star

yay listen to this album!!!!!!!!!!!

View Music

Feeling Creative?

back to top
Hans4711: "Creative 84"(meet us in the puzzles)

Would YOU like to post your favorite music on Connecting Singles?

Would YOU like to post your favorite music on Connecting Singles? It's simple.
Just go to www.amazon.com, find the CD you want, and follow the directions on the post your favorite music page. A link to your favorite music will appear on your profile.

Why add music? Talking about things you like shows you're real, allows members to get to know you better, and helps you connect to members with similar interests. Similar interests = things in common = great icebreakers!
Click here to post music »