My favorites are rnb, pop, house and rock.
My favorite kind of song is Rap, then I'd go for electronic songs. Then I listen to pretty much everything ^^
I'd say symphonic metal, but I'm a lot into several kinds of metal and rock, especially alternative. But I can listen to pretty much everything, I only have a hard time with rap.
i think i don’t really have a favorite type of music i don’t really care what the genre is as long as its good music to my ears. and i usually listen to the music that matches the mood that I'm in ..if i feel energetic i will listen to like rock if i feel relaxed i will listen to country because it talks about almost everything from people overcoming adversity, to simply learning to enjoy the little things in life. and i like pop pop, because it not only represents life being lived in the moment, but it represents the generation we are today and for me pop is a mix of multiple genres. If you listen closely you can hear little bits of hip-hop, blues, jazz and even rock. and i like RnB too because it makes me forget about the bad things and helps me focus or concentrate on happier things. andd i like a lot of rap songs, but not all ;;;;my choice of rap songs is the ones that are real and say the truth and i listen to rap because it makes me feel like i can face any challengesss that i have. omgg and i love jazz i think jazz music contains numerous amounts of excitement because the instruments are always high pitched and played quickly to create cheerful noises... i think jazz is a really neat music genre i'mm so sorry i have just started and now i can't stop ....
I couldn't have said it better!
Ohh thanks Jethro lol so i think i will write another speech i have a lot to say
No problem Anna it's sincere! Don't hesitate to make another speech, I liked the way you explained the kinds of songs you like and why you like them, it was clear and well detailed
Ohhh, romance is in the air... 💖💖💖💖
My favorite is pop-folk. It can sound strange since some people think that this is "decadent" style and call it with offensive names. But in my opinion, all musical styles are equal. There are no "inferior" styles, there are inferior "musicians" and "singers". And in almost every style there are such people. So we shouldn't generalize. And just because some people don't like it and speak whatnot, it doesn't mean that it is not good style. Yes, they say that it expresses low culture, stupidity etc because they have heard one-two vulgar songs once. But why they don't say anything about the songs with meaningful lyrics which are many more than the others? I listen to this music from little girl and I like it a lot. When I listen to it, I forget about my problems and all bad things from the past. Oh, sorry, if I was boring just sometimes I am too wordy.
I hate to say it, but if I have to choose between an intelligent song which makes my gut wrench, and an unintelligent, monosyllabic song with a happy feel, I will choose the happy feel. I'm trawling for intelligent and happy music together in the same song, but it's a challenge.
(Usually I am way too wordy.)
If I had to choose one genre, it would be heavy metal (especially power metal and symphonic metal). I like lots of other genres too like classical music, country, house, calypso...
and i love listening opera, film musics...
How about I tell you what I usually don't like....Country...I only like two country songs: That Don't Impress Me Much and Achy Breaky Heart...and Rap NOT so much. Jazz not so much...hate metal...ugh
"Jazz" is a very broad term and encompasses many subgenres and fusions. You may like more jazz than you realize.
Personally, l hate jazz. I never liked it.
Not wordy at all! But do give few links of what you like, please
never say never
True. A long time ago, l didn't like opera music, now l like it.
You like violine? Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haVWq8Wptnw for me it is a masterpiece
Grateful for a new discovery. I will certainly listen to her passionate interpretations - this is a great way to share and find new music - thanks again!
You are welcome! For quiet inspiration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaAu8gUPzSw&list=OLAK5uy_nB02TXpzG8VXo_J...
Also without speak
yes I know it totally depends on the song and artists.
Oh, come on! "That Don't (sic) Impress Me Much" isn't really country (if you're listening to the pop version). And, "Achy Breaky Heart" ?!!! Uhg! If there is a hell, and if I'm sent there, that song will be playing for sure! LOL
Tell me, you didn't like "Neon Moon" ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nopBvlKfYgY I love that song!!!
Also, there's a new country song that I like a lot, "Blue Ain't (sic) Your Color" . Have you heard it? Give it a shot.
If you're talking about violins, I have to chime in.
Can't find my favorite rendition on YouTube but The Lark Ascending (classical, Ralph Vaughan Williams, 16 minutes but it's worth it) is my all-time favorite classical work. I still remember the car I was in and where I was driving the first time I heard it. I wrote down the name and bought it a few days later. Here's one rendition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzONNtE_WqM
Eileen Ivers' album Wild Blue, of Irish-inspired electric violin, is a favorite. (She's American.) Most of it is high notes and energy (Ships Are Sailing) but the one slow piece is beautiful (Maudabawn Chapel, $.89 US). Listen to the samples.
LOL my parents only liked country when I was growing up so of course I like the opposite now lol. Sorry, that's wrong, my dad only liked country. My mom liked some rock like Chubby Checker and my dad would come and dance to the Beatles I played til he found out it was them. Lol
Hey, what is the opposite to country?
The scound is not for me, maby in a pub... :-) The first i listen...
I'm a closet Achy Breaky fan!
There are different degrees, fusions, and crossovers of "country". It's an umbrella term, like jazz.
I agree that the songs you submitted are more authentic. And thanks for sharing. I'm going to check out more from Keith Urban.
Oh I like fiddle especially live ...Blue Grass...and Johnny Cash's wife's family...I forget what that's called but I usually don't actively seek it out unless I am reminded of it...Let's do a Jig Jed LOL yee haw!
Sorry Phil...Neon Moon is just the sort of Country songs I cannot stand for very long...too Willy Nelson and reminds me of alcoholics...sorry...sad memories.
What does 'scound' mean?
sorry nevermind maybe: sound?
I get confused with all the terms for music...it was either classical, country, or rock n roll when I grew up ...so...very confusing.
sorry, second, will learn english.... .
I am presently binging on Tsiskaridze
what is the opposite to country?
Actually, it's easy: take it or leave it. The name does not matter.
Hey black sea, you speak russian?
The non-official opposite to Country Music is "Pop (Top 40) Music". Country stations don't play pop, and pop stations don't play country music. Both have officially split. Each have their own Music Popularity Charts, Like Rap, Soul, Cristian, etc. The radio industry in the USA has splintered into many different genres. There's only one genre that incorporates multiple types. That's called "Easy Listening" (slow, ballads, and stuff). Easy Listening stations play Soul, Pop, Country etc, as long as it's easy on the ears. LOL. But, to be more precise: Radio is ruled by huge corporations here, so anything from New York or Los Angeles (the two big POP manufacturers) will NOT play on a Country Station. Country stations are ruled by (Nashville). So none of their songs play on POP stations. I hope that explains it.
I have recently discovered Akshay Kumar, and Tarkan....YEAH and I like Persian and Arabic Belly dance too. and dang I cannot think of his name right now...sigh I will get back to ya on that
There is pop-influenced country and country-influenced pop, I suspect. What do you think? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LA6F6oH0Z0M
A little. Bad luck for you. I want stations that play everything.
Sorry to hear about your musical upbringing. My parents were very understanding like that. They let us listen to whatever we wanted, and my two sisters, my brother and I all have different musical tastes. My father liked Polkas, and my mother liked Easy Listening. We heard practically all English music in my house. The only thing that was banned was anything that my parents considered "offensive", which was normally something anti-religious. But, few of those songs ever got on the radio, so we heard almost everything. To this day, I still like a lot from different genres, even some Polkas. LOL.
As a funny side note, my mother almost didn't let me buy ABBA's Greatest Hits back in 1977 because Benny and Frida were kissing on a park bench on the cover. My mother thought that was almost obscene. But, I won when I told her that they sang "Fernando". Then she said, "Oh! That's them?!!!" She shrugged and said, "It's unbelievable that such a nice group can have such horrible album covers!" Then she mumbled something like, "It's probably not their fault, they were probably forced to take that picture by the record company." LMAO.
Oh, memories, light the corners of my mind....
Certainly! For me as a non-American is Country Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin. Am I wrong? They still inspire many.
They aren't considered country as far as I know. For me, there is a difference between country and folk. For example, I love nick drake and his songs don't get old.
Bob Dylan's music is a blend of blues, folk and rock. But he is extremely versatile and has done other music genres like Country and Gospel, plus other types like Jazz. The greatest white female rock singer of the 1960s, Janis Joplin was also a great blues singer, making her material her own.
My dad accidently heard Steppenwolf's G... D... the Pusher one time and bout killed me....when I was 10 I got a tape recorder and two tapes...Steppenwolf's Greatest Hits and The Carpenters...LOL the Fab Four the Beatles were my first real music love...owned just about everything by them and as individuals. Love Sir Paul...got to catch up on him and Ringo someday. Could not play John's music without crying for many many years after his murder. I got to catch a FB live performace by Paul not too long ago...it was GREAT...YEAH Thank you Paul.