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    Quote Originally Posted by lane777 View Post
    Wow. We're all over the place. Music most definitely is not type related. Atleast not in the case of us INFJ's.
    Or maybe it would suffice to say that INFJs tend to be the type to be diverse in their musical taste because we are so diverse in and of ourselves?

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    StoryOfMyLife : agreed

    I like all kinds of things :
    Metallica, Megadeth, ...
    Tool
    The Shins
    The Cure
    The Beatles & The Stones
    Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Nina Simone, ...
    The Doors

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    Hmm I haven't done any of the other threads, so I suppose I could do this one.

    5 "bands" (which I take to include composers) in no order:

    The Beatles
    The Pogues (not live...the poor bastard who sings sounds terrible live)
    CCR
    Django Reinhart and Stephane Grapelli
    The Seatbelts
    The Pillows

    The problem with listing bands is I don't always like what a band creates, and often I'll only have a few songs or just one album by them. So whenever I say I listen to a band, assume I just listen to a few songs I really like; do not assume I know everything about the band beyond the name.

    5 songs, at the moment:

    "Call me, Call me" - Steve Conte
    "The Journey to the West" - Joe Hisaishi, "Princess Mononoke"
    "Blues for Django and Stephane" - from "Young Django"
    "Channel Z" - B-52s, "Time Capsule"
    "Here Comes the Sun" - The Beatles, "Abbey Road"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penda View Post
    Narrowing down to five seems impossible but I'll try. (Argh! After 10 minutes I almost gave up in frustration). I guess I really do like classical since I grew up on it. But I also like jazz and rock and everything else, just not in my top 5.

    Beethoven
    Rachmaninoff
    Tchaikovsky
    Borodin
    Ravel

    Maurice Ravel - Pavane pour un enfante defunte / Pavane for a dead princess
    Edward Elgar - Serenade for Strings (2nd movement)
    Richard Wagner - Meistersingers of Nuremberg Overture
    Henry Purcell - Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary
    Ludwig van Beethoven - Ninth Symphony (4th movement)
    Ravel rocks. Daphnis et Chloe is one of my favorites, but the pavane is so wonderful as well. Tough call for me.

    Have you ever heard Maurice Durufle's Requiem that he wrote for his father?
    It is one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard. wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoryOfMyLife View Post
    Or maybe it would suffice to say that INFJs tend to be the type to be diverse in their musical taste because we are so diverse in and of ourselves?

    Just a thought
    Definitely agree. (and in general, haven't seen any clear trends with regards to other types either. Music is far too personalized.)

    Anyway, 5 is pretty much impossible, as I have favorites within each genre that I listen to.

    But here are 5. Tori Amos is the only one I'm definitively 'fanatic' about. The others are just ones I really like. I could list a whole slew of others too, but will leave it at this.
    Tori Amos
    Pete Yorn
    Elliott Smith
    Gotan Project
    Dead Can Dance/Lisa Gerrard

    Oh, and I must do a few classical too -
    Bach
    Prokoviev
    Rachmaninoff
    Liszt
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    I only know sanveane has horrible taste in music. I humor her bc I'm so nice and she's NF.

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    teehee, hey, I have squatters rights in 'the club' by now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travo7 View Post
    Ravel rocks. Daphnis et Chloe is one of my favorites, but the pavane is so wonderful as well. Tough call for me.

    Have you ever heard Maurice Durufle's Requiem that he wrote for his father?
    It is one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard. wow
    No, I have only recently discovered Ravel's music. Thanks for sharing, though, I'm gonna go check this out...
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    My top five (in no order):

    Of Montreal
    CocoRosie
    Joanna Newsom
    Deerhoof
    Blonde Redhead

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    Among my favorites is the singer Jim Malcolm. Here's a few songs of his I really enjoy:
    YouTube - Jim Malcolm - A Man's A Man for All That
    YouTube - Jim Malcolm - Glenlogie
    YouTube - Jim Malcolm - Kincardine Lads

    I've loved it when he was the lead singer for Old Blind Dogs.

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