What is your guilty pleasure when it comes to listening music?

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  1. Stubie78

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    Always get it tight for listening to this guy and there's not a guitar in sight. But classic IMO.
     
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    I'm with Mouse, AncientAx and the rest who echo the sentiment 'I like what I like guilt free. That said I do feel stupid for stumbling across something I should have known about for the last 15 years, This is an example, a band that absolutely kills it but for some reason and never seemed to have gotten the recognition they deserved.

     
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    circles Resident Pinball Enthusiast

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    No guilt there, great album!

    He might be thinking more about my Archies album collection.
     
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    Big impact

     
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    From Band-Maid to John Coltrane, i like what i like, unashamed and unabashed.
     
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    4pickupguy Strat-Talker

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    I’ll still listen to Knower every now and then.





    Oh, and Louis Coles other project ClowCore:
     
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    What's guilt?
     
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    abnormaltoy Mouth draggin' knuckle breather

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    There is no shame in that song...so many good memories...


    I could listen to her all day long.



    Such a beautiful, sad song. I cry like a fool when I hear it.

    Songs from The Jungle Book and any Swing era music...I love the Andrews Sisters, Benny Goodman.








     
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    Audible moaning and sighs set to Ravel's Bolero......but don't tell my Mom OK? :whistling:
     
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    Anything ABBA
     
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    Japanese Idol meets Screamo meets Autotune.

     
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    A pleasure should never be guilty hehe...

     
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    When I am not listening to hard rock and metal my go to is 40's Music and Big Band music.
     
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    Thanks to @heltershelton for planting this damned earworm that I can't seem to get rid of...
    There is definite guilt involved... especially since I made it my wife's ring tone :D:D:D:D

    Always feel like I should be eating Gagh and drinking blood wine when I listen to this.

     
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    Stuff from the 30's and 40's, swing, Sinatra, Big Bands, jazz, etc.

    Texas Swing, like "Asleep At The Wheel"

    Dr. Demento


    But I don't feel guilty about any of it.
     
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    guitarchaeologist El Salado Guitartist Silver Member

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    That's guilty pleasure? For me, that's pure joy.
     
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    I was once laughed at by the quintessential Springsteen groupy for sharing that I like Supertramp. That I liked their ability to harmonize, that they seemed to know how to write and play. He thoroughly lost it when I told him I also happened to like the musicianship of an obscure band called Pages. Thought it was the funniest thing he'd ever heard.

    So years go by and I'm called out to a club I'd performed in ...a lot...by a drummer I'd worked with ... a lot... He said, "don't know if you will need it, but bring your archtop and little amp (my deluxe reverb but he didn't know what it was called) ".

    I wander in and he's sitting at a table with the band he normally played that club with, watching a jazz trio. A tremendous jazz trio. Apparently three fellows on their way north. The core rhythm section and horn player of Supertramp had stopped in and ...

    It was spectacular. I didn't sit in, nobody did, these cats just flowed like water for a couple hours.

    Bet Springsteen never did that.
     
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