What kind of music do you listen to?

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What is the PRIMARY type of music in your church?

  1. Traditional / Hymns

    90.6%
  2. Praise & Worship

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Southern or Country Gospel

    9.4%
  4. Other

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. MaineGospel

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    I am curious about what kind of music you have in your church, and what kind of music you listen to outside of church.
     
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    Nearly any church I attend uses Traditional/Hymns. On my own I generally listen to Classical, occaisionally some other stuff.
     
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    I'm sure it was an oversight but you left off Bluegrass Music!!1
     
  4. Mike McK

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    In church, I much prefer traditional hymns (although I do still sit in with the worship band), but for recreation, I don't listen to much Christian music at all. They just don't make CCM in a style that I like.

    Just for my own amusement, I'm keeping a running list of the CD's playing on my hi-fi. It's by no means comprehensive, but it will give you a good idea of my listening habits.

    Here you go:

    Tim Flannery – Pieces of the Past

    Roxy Music – Siren

    Beachwood Sparks – Once We Were Trees

    Ben Folds – The Bens

    The Marmelade – Best of

    Dwight Yoakam – Guitars, Cadillacs, etc.

    Amazing Rythym Aces – Amazing Rythym Aces

    Boz Scaggs – Boz Scaggs

    Jack Mosley – “The Nature of an Island”

    Anne McCue – “Roll”

    KD Lang – “Shadowland”

    Boone Creek – “One Way Track”

    Omar and the Howlers – “Big Delta”

    Bruce Robison – “Wrapped”

    Etta James – “Her Best”

    V/A – Big Mon: Songs of Bill Monroe

    BR5-49 – ”Tangled in the Pines”

    Gillian Welch – “Time (The Revelator)”

    Wynonie Harris – “Bloodshot Eyes”

    Livingston Taylor – “Bicycle”

    Jim Lauderdale – “Wait ‘Til Spring”

    Jim Lauderdale – “Planet of Love”

    Doyle Lawson – “There’s a Light Guiding Me”

    Mark Erelli – “Hillbilly Paradise”

    David Wilcox – “How Did You Find Me Here”

    Duke Robilard – “Exalted Lover”

    Stanley Brothers – “An Evening Long Ago”

    Rhonda Vincent – “Back Home Again”

    Jeff Autry – “Foothills”

    Tab Benoit – “Sea Saint Sessions”

    Steely Dan – “Pretzel Logic”

    Laurel Canyon Ramblers – “Rambler’s Blues”

    Jonathan Edwards – “Sailboat”

    Stephane Grappelli – “Live at Carnegie Hall”

    Lyle Lovett – “Pontiac”

    Fletcher Henderson – “Slumming on Park Avenue”

    Kate Taylor – Sister Kate

    Bonnie Raitt – “Green Light”

    Stan Kenton – “Sketches on Standards”

    Grey Delisle – “Graceful Ghost”

    Walter Hyatt – “Music Town”

    Jesse Winchester - “Gentleman of Leisure”

    Robert Earl Keen – “Farm Fresh Onions”

    Rodney Crowell – “Fate’s Right Hand”

    Bottle Rockets – “Blue Sky”

    Dickie Betts and Great Southern – “Great Southern”

    Dan Hicks – “Striking it Rich”

    Los Lonely Boys – “Los Lonely Boys”

    Neil Young – “Greendale”

    V/A – “The Q People: A Tribute to NRBQ”

    Lazy Cowgirls – “I’m Going out and Get Hurt Tonight”

    Roger Guth – “Scotch”

    Marti Brom – “Dangerous Curves Ahead”

    Warren Zevon – “The Wind”

    Jerry Jeff Walker – “Live”

    Van Morrison – “Down the Road I Go”

    Jack Mosely – “Island Time”

    Jack Johnson – “Brushfire Fairytales”

    Sunny Jim – “As If”

    Jimmy Buffett – “Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes”

    V/A – “Rare Soul: Beach Music Classics, Vol. 3”

    Robert Knight – “Everlasting Love”

    Johnny Jenkins – “Walk on Gilded Splinters”

    Allman Brothers – “At the Fillmore East (Expanded Edition)”

    Otis Reading – “Dreams to Remember”

    Steve Goodman – “No Big Surprise”

    Paul Simon – “”There Goes Rhymin’ Simon

    O’Jays – “Backstabbers”

    Eddie Boyd - “Five Long Years”

    Pentangle – “Basket of Light”

    The Band – “The Last Waltz”

    Los Lobos – “Just Another Band from East LA”

    Bob Dylan – “Blood on the Tracks”

    Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey – “Falling in Love with Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey”

    James Taylor – “October Road”

    Jackson Browne – “Jackson Browne (Saturate Before Using)”

    Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes – “Black and Blue”

    Lovin' Spoonful - "Hums of the Lovin' Spoonfull"

    Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson - "Best of Eddie Cleanhead Vinson"

    Widespread Panic - "Panic in the Streets"

    Loggins and Messina - "Sittin' In"

    Los Straightjackets - "Sing Along With Los Straightjackets"

    Beach Boys - "Shutdown Vol. 1"

    Roy Head - "Treat Her Right: The best of Roy Head"

    Procol Harem – “Salty Dog”

    Sugar Blue – “Blue Blazes”

    Jason and the Scorchers – “Still Standing”

    Kim Wilson – “Smokin’ Joint”

    The Tams – “Hey Girl, Don’t Bother: The Best of the Tams”

    Bill Henderson – “Bill Henderson with the Oscar Peterson Trio”

    Jerry Jeff Walker – “Jerry Jeff Jazz”

    Rice, Rice, Hillman and Pedersen – “Running Wild”

    Todd Snider - “Happy to Be Here”

    Stacy Kent – “The Boy Next Door”

    Kelly Willis – “What I Deserve”

    Sonny Rollins – “Way Out West”

    Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver – “Hard Game of Love”

    Bonnie Raitt - “Home Plate”

    Little Walter – “At His Best”

    Radney Foster – “Are You Ready for the Big Show”

    Ruthie and the Wranglers – “Someday”

    Ray Charles – “Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music”

    Chuck Willis - "Chuck Willis Wails"

    James Harmon - "Lonesome Moon Trance"

    Kelly Joe Phelps - "Slingshot Professionals"

    Big Sandy and His Fly Rite Boys - "Night Tide"

    Elmore James - "The Sky is Crying"

    Johnson Mountain Boys - "Favorites"

    Kim Wilson - "Lookin' For Trouble"

    Junior Brown - "Guit With It"

    Joe Henderson - "Lush Life"

    Stanley Brothers – “An Evening Long Ago”

    Porter Wagoner - "Greatest Hits"

    Big Joe Turner - "Boss of the Blues"

    Bill Monroe - "Live From Mountain Stage"

    Elvin Bishop – “Let it Flow”

    James Taylor – “New Moon Shine”

    Reverend Horton Heat – “Spend a Night in the Box”

    Chuck Brodsky – “Baseball Ballads”

    Candy and the Kisses – “Do the 81 and Other Hits”

    V/A – “Yo Philadelphia, Look What I Found”

    Gamble Rogers – “Sorry is As Sorry Does”

    Rufus Thomas – “Walking the Dog”

    John Hiatt – “The Tiki Bar is Open”

    Bottle Rockets – “Blue Sky”

    Third Tyme Out – “John and Mary”

    Johnny Clyde Copeland – “Jungle Swing”

    Hal Kemp w/Skinny Ennis – “Remember Me”

    Libby Bosworth – “Libbiville”

    Loggins and Messina – “So Fine”

    Sam Cooke – “Ain’t That Good News”

    Big Star – “#1 Record/Radio City”

    Jo Stafford – “Getting Sentimental Over Tommy Dorsey”

    Bonnie Raitt – “Home Plate”

    Glen Gray – “Shall We Swing?”

    Al Green – “I Can’t Stop”

    Kate Rusby – “Underneath the Stars”

    Reverend Horton Heat – “Spend a Night in the Box”

    Bruce Hornsby – “Hothouse”

    Bob Marley – “Legend”

    The Caroline Movement – “West By God”

    Rhett Miller – “The Instigator”

    Tom Heyman – “Boarding House Blues”

    Robert Earl Keen – “Gravitational Forces”

    Bob Paisley and the Southern Grass - "Steeped in Tradition"

    Laura Cantrell – “Not the Tremblin’ Kind”

    The Issacs – “Songs of the Faith”

    Jerry Jeff Walker - "Jerry Jeff Jazz"

    Don Walser - "Down at the Skyview Drive In"

    Paul Brewster - "Everybody's Talkin"

    Little Feat - "Waiting For Columbus"

    David Lindley – “Twango Bango III”

    Jimmy Buffett – “One Particular Harbor”

    Frank Wakefield and Red Allen - "The Kitchen Tapes"

    Jim and Jenny and the Pinetops - "One More in the Cabin"

    McPeak Brothers - "Bluegrass at it's Peak"

    Johnson Mountain Boys - "Working Close”

    Steve Goodman - "Hot Spot"

    Club Trini - "Late Night Live at the Margaritaville Cafe New Orleans"

    Deanna Bogart - "Out to Get You"

    Robinella & the CC String Band - "Robinella & the CC String Band"

    Tim Moore - "Tim Moore"

    Dan Fogleberg - "Full Circle"

    Grateful Dead – “One From the Vault”

    Wayne Hancock - "Swing Time"

    REM - "Reckoning"

    Country Gentlemen - "Calling My Children Home"

    Taj Mahal - "Senior Blues"

    Marcia Ball - "Let Me Play With Your Poodle"

    Marty Robbins - "A Lifetime of Song: 1951-1982"

    Greatful Dead - "Dick's Picks #11"

    Dale Ann Bradley - "Old Southern Porches"

    James Cotton – “High Compression”

    Wildwood Valley Boys - "Songs From Wildwood Valley"

    Dinah Washington - "Back to the Blues"

    Hot Club of Cowtown - "Swingin' Stampede"

    Delbert McClinton - "One of the Fortunate Few"

    Hugo Duarte - "Hillbilly Beach"

    Greyhound – “Black and White”

    Jerry Jeff Walker – “Scamp”

    Little Brother Montgomery – “Chicago”

    Gamble Rogers – “Signs of a Misspent Youth”

    Ricky Skaggs – “Sweet Temptation”

    Babs Gonzales – “Weird Lullabye”

    Peter Tosh – “Honorary Citizen”

    Sally Taylor – “Tomboy Bride”

    Swinging Medallions – “Best Of”

    Fabulous Rhinestones – “The Fabulous Rhinestones”

    Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes – “Wake Up Everybody”

    Koerner, Ray and Glover – “The Return of Koerner Ray and Glover”

    Peter Mayer – “Music Box”

    Roger Guth – “Cowboy Ballet”

    Susan Tedeschi – “Wait For Me”

    Dan Fogleberg – “Wild Places”

    Fred Neil – “”

    Jerry Jeff Walker - “Cowboy Boots and Bathing Suits”

    Loggins and Messina – “Full Sail”

    Beatles – “Rubber Soul”

    Jimmy Buffett – “Fruitcakes”

    Grateful Dead – “Skull and Roses”

    Boz Scaggs – “Come on Home”

    Spanky and Our Gang – “Spanky and Our Gang”

    Jackson Browne – “Late for the Sky”

    Roy Orbison – “Sings Lonely and Blue”

    Nicolette Larson – “Nic of Time”

    Glen Campbell – “Gentle on My Mind”

    Jimmy Cliff – “Wonderful World, Beautiful People”

    Simon and Garfunkel – “Old Friends”

    Van Morrison – “Moondance”

    Sonny Landreth – “Levee Town”

    Michael Nesmith – “Magnetic South”

    Sam Cooke – “Live at the Copa”

    Jo-El Sonier – “Come on Joe”

    Raul Malo - “The Nashville Acoustic Sessions”

    Santana – “Santana”

    Don Potter – “Don Potter”

    Bob and Earl – “Harlem Shuffle”

    Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders – “Game of Love”

    Kenny Loggins “Celebrate Me Home”

    Rolling Stones – “12 x 5”

    Peter Mayer and the Spare Tire Orchestra – “Spare Tire Orchestra”

    Livingston Taylor – “Good Friends”

    Bonnie Raitt – “Bonnie Raitt”

    Fleetwood Mac – “Say You Will”

    Rodney Crowell – “Fate’s Right Hand”

    John Sebastian – “Tarzana Kid”

    Gene Clark – “Roadmaster”

    Rita Coolidge – “Rita Coolidge”

    Bruce Springsteen – “Tracks”

    Chieftains – “Tears of Stone”

    Jerry Jeff Walker – “Gypsy Songman”

    Tom Petty – “The Last DJ”

    Henry Gross – “Release”

    Jay Ferguson – “Thunder Island”

    Screen Door – “Greener”

    Billie and Dee Dee Pierce – “Blues in the Classic Tradition”

    Johnny Rodriguez – “Greatest Hits”

    Daniel Amos – “Shotgun Angel”

    Roger Guth – “Cowboy Ballet”

    Dave and Deke Combo – “Hollywood Barn Dance”

    Robert Earl Keen – “West Textures”

    Eric Clapton – “461 Ocean Blvd”

    Cactus Choir – “Cactus Choir”

    Bruce Springsteen – “Greetings From Asbury Park”

    The Beatles – “Beatles For Sale”

    Brian Wilson – “Getting in Over My Head”

    Stephen Stills – “Long May You Run”

    Livingston Taylor – “Man’s Best Friend”

    Eric Anderson – “Time Runs Like a Freight Train”

    Cab Calloway – “Are You Hep to the Jive: The Best of Cab Calloway”

    Otis Redding – “Dock of the Bay”

    Bob Russell and the Sore Losers – “I Think We’re Gonna Be Alright”

    Mac MacAnally – “Semi-True Stories”

    World’s Greatest Fishing Band – “Papa Was a Fishing Man”

    Sunny Jim White – “Tropical Trader”

    Bob Marley – “Catch a Fire”

    Van Morrison – “Down the Road I Go”

    The Tymes – “So Much in Love With the Tymes”

    Dan Hicks – “Striking it Rich”

    Crosby, Stills and Nash – “CSN”

    Billy Stewart – “Old Standards, New Tricks”

    Simon and Garfunkle – “Bookends”

    The Tradewinds

    Reverend Horton Heat – “Revival”

    Heptones – “Book of Rules”

    Jackson Browne – “Lawyers in Love”

    James Taylor – “Never Die Young”

    J.D. Souther – “You’re Only Lonely”

    David Lindley – “Twango Bango Deluxe”

    Nick Lowe – “Basher: The Best of Nick Lowe”

    The Band – “Music From Big Pink”

    My Morning Jacket – “It Still Moves”

    Chuck Prophet – “No Other Love”

    The Waterboys – “Fisherman’s Blues”

    Elvis Costello – “Punch the Clock”

    Bob Dylan – “Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid”

    Tom Petty – “Damn the Torpedoes”

    Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrel – “The Complete Duets”

    James Booker – “Recorded Live at the Maple Leaf”

    Earl King – “Trick Bag”

    The Kinks – “Kinkdom”

    Jim Dawson – “Songman”

    Meters – “Taking My Time”

    Traveling Wilburys – “Vol 1”

    Jonathan Edwards – “Lucky Day”

    Mac McAnally – “Semi-True Stories”

    The Band – “Stage Fright”

    Keith Sykes – “Don’t Count Us Out”

    Dirt Band – “Dream”

    Steve Goodman – “Live Wire”

    Rockpile – “Seconds of Pleasure”

    Larry Lee – “Marooned”

    Joe Higgs – “Fire on the Mountain”

    Little Feat - “Hoy Hoy ”

    Joni Mitchell – “For the Roses”

    Chet Baker – “Chet Baker Sings!”

    Stan Getz – “Cool”

    Gordon Lightfoot – “Don Quixote”

    Santana – “Inner Secrets”

    Lovin’ Spoonful – “Do You Believe in Magic”

    Jerry Jeff Walker – “Navajo Rug”

    Hollies – “Stay With the Hollies”

    VA – “Concert for George”

    Merle Haggard – “Roots”

    POCO – “Running Horse”

    Paul Simon – “There Goes Rhymin’ Simon”

    Graham Parker – “Your Country”

    Elton John – “Honky Chateau”

    Robert Palmer – “Some People Can Do What They Like”

    Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – “Dream”

    Jim Lauderdale – “Head For the Hills”

    Talking Heads – “Remain in Light”

    James Taylor – “James Taylor” (aka “Apple”)

    Mose Allison – “At Montrose”

    Boz Scaggs – “But Beautiful”

    Robert Earl Keen – “Farm Fresh Onions”

    Michael Murphy – “Cosmic Cowboy Souvenir”

    Bonnie Raitt – “Fundamental”

    Grateful Dead – “Dick’s Picks: #11”

    V/A – “Wailing Soul: A Reggae Tribute to the Grateful Dead”

    Bill Deal and the Rondells

    Paul Simon – “You Are the One”

    Bob Carwin – “Proper Attire”

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton – “The Essential Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton ”

    Red Allen – “Lonesome and Blue”

    The Kinks – “Kinkdom”

    Keith Sykes – “Don’t Count Us Out”

    Glen Frey – “Strange Weather”

    Steely Dan – “Everything Must Go”

    PM – “Street of Dreams”

    Greg “Fingers” Taylor – “Old Rock and Roller”

    Claude Bolling - “Concerto for Classical Guitar and Jazz Piano”

    POCO – “Indian Summer”

    Tom Rush – “Tom Rush”

    Bonnie Raitt – “Sweet Forgiveness”

    Neil Young – “Harvest”

    Keith Sykes – “I’m Not Strange, I’m Just Like You”

    Spencer Davis Group - “Sittin’ and Thinkin’”

    Orleans – “Waking and Dreaming”

    Jimmy Buffett – “Liscence to Chill”

    Jim Morris – “Floating Opera”

    Laura Nyro – “Stone Soul Picnic: The Best of Laura Nyro”

    Steve Goodman – “Somebody Else’s Troubles”

    Roger Guth – “Scotch”

    The Mavericks – “Live in Austin, Texas”

    Daniel Moore – “Riding a Horse and Holding Up the World”

    Lambert, Hendricks and Ross – “The Hottest New Group in Jazz”

    Tish Hinajosa – “Homeland”

    Jimmy Cliff – “Unlimited”

    Johnny Nash – “Hold Me Tight”

    Scott Kirby – “Four Good Dogs”

    James Taylor – “That’s Why I’m Here”

    Rodney Crowell – “But What Will the Neighbors Think”

    Steve Forbert – “Jackrabbit Slim”

    Beatles –“Hard Day’s Night”

    Batdorf and Rodney – “Off the Shelf”

    Saw Doctors - “Sing a Powerful Song”

    Allman Brothers – “Live at the Atlanta Pop Festival, July 3&5, 1970”

    Flaco Jimenez – “Partners”

    Boat Drunks – “This Ain’t Duvall Street”

    Beach Boys – “Endless Harmony”

    Little Feat – “Crystal Ship”

    Beatles “Beatles‘65”

    The Band – “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”

    Jim Photoglo – “Photoglo”

    Elvis Costello – “My Aim is True”

    George Jones – “George Jones Sings Hank Williams”

    J.D. Souther – “You’re Only Lonely”

    Everly Brothers – “Roots”

    Big Kahuna and the Copa Cat Pack – “Shake Those Hula Hips”

    Jimmy Webb – “Ten Easy Pieces”

    Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama – “There Will Be a Light”

    Loretta Lynn – “Van Lear Rose”

    Elvis Costello – “The Delivery Man”

    Stan Kenton – “Retrospective”

    Errol Garner – “Long Ago and Far Away”

    John Prine – “In Spite of Ourselves”

    The Band – “Moondog Matinee”

    James Taylor – “Live”

    The Left Banke –

    Miriam Makeba – “Pata Pata”

    Michael (Martin) Murphy – “Blue Sky, Night Thunder”

    Wanda Jackson – “Rockin’ With Wanda ”

    Allman Brothers – “Brothers and Sisters”

    John Hiatt – “Hiatt Comes Alive: At Budokhan”

    Nanci Griffith – “Last of the True Believers”

    Lisa Marr Experiment – “”

    Bob Crosby and His Bobcats – “South Rampart Street Parade”

    Jackson Brown – “Late For the Sky”

    Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks – “Selected Shorts”
    Rosie Flores – “Rockabilly Filly”

    Robert Earl Keen – “Gravitational Forces”

    Keb Mo – “Keep it Simple”

    Steely Dan – “The Royal Scam”

    James Taylor – “Dad Loves His Work”

    Jimmy Buffett – “Far Side of the World”

    Kasey Chambers – “Wayward Angel”

    Gibson Brothers – “Long Way Back Home”

    Delbert McClinton – “Room to Breathe”

    Robert Earl Keen – “Farm Fresh Onions”

    Derailers – “Here Come the Derailers”

    Circus Maximus – “Circus Maximus”

    Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band – “Almost Acoustic”

    Sam Bush – “King of My World”

    Boz Scaggs – “Greatest Hits: Live”

    Los Super Seven – “Los Super Seven”

    Tift Merritt – “Tambourine ”

    Del McCoury – “A Deeper Shade of Blue”

    Flatlanders – “More a Legend Than a Band”

    Whiskeytown – “Strangers Almanac”

    Rhonda Vincent – “Timeless and True Love”

    Peter Mayer – “Music Box”

    Kenny Roby – “Mercury’s Blues”

    Iris Dement – “Lifeline”

    Rig the Jig – “Passing Through”

    Keith Sykes – “All I Know”

    Steve Winwood – “Arc of a Diver”

    Rickie Lee Jones – “It’s Like This”

    Barry and the Remains – “Barry and the Remains”

    Yo La Tengo

    Reverend Horton Heat – “Spend a Night in the Box”

    Jayhawks – “Hollywood Town Hall”

    Bill Elliot Swing Orchestra – “Calling All Jitterbugs”

    Lucinda Williams – “Sweet Old World”

    Benny Goodman – “The King of Swing and His Band”

    Dolly Parton – “Halos and Horns”

    Dwight Yoakam – “Buenos Noches From a Lonely Hotel Room”

    W.C. Clark – “Deep in the Heart”

    Gillian Welch – “Time (The Revelator)”

    Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks – “Quality Shout”

    Woody Herman – “Best of”

    Pat Green – “Lucky Ones”

    The Blasters – “Testament”

    Jimmy Rushing – “Rushing Lullabies”

    Lorraine Feather – “Such Sweet Thunder”

    Marc Broussard – “Carencro”

    Larry Crane – “Wire and Steel”

    Sally Taylor – “Apt 6S”

    Steely Dan – “Aja”

    Hank Williams – “Luke the Drifter”

    Elvis Costello – “Armed Forces”

    Beatles – “Sgt. Pepper”

    V/A – “Concert for George”

    Professor Longhair –

    Billy May – “Swingtime Big Band”

    John Lennon – “Shaved Fish”

    Little Milton – “Greatest Hits”

    Randy Stonehill – “The Wild Frontier”

    Jackson Browne – “I’m Alive”

    Neil Young – “After the Goldrush”

    Gordon Lightfoot – “Dream Street Rose”

    Simon and Garfunkle – “Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme”

    Barbara George – “I Know”

    Rolling Stones – “Goats Head Soup”

    Otis Redding – “The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads”

    Beatles – “Beatles For Sale”

    Randy Newman – “Good Old Boys”

    Martha and the Vandellas – “Come and Get These Memories”

    Chuck Berry – “Chuck Berry is on Top”

    James Taylor – “Never Die Young”

    Sam Cooke – “The Wonderful World of Sam Cooke”

    Toby Beau – “Toby Beau”

    Joe Williams – “Together”

    Taj Mahal – “Blues With Feeling”
     
  5. Ben W

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    Heavy Metal and Thrash music suits me just fine. [​IMG]
     
  6. Ellis Murphree

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    I'll tell you, I'm pretty conservative in my music. I LOVE Christian A capella music. I sang it in high school, Bible College, and the Christian camps I worked at.

    There was a time in my adult life that I was trying to be as far from God as I could be. Even THEN, I listened to Christian A Capella music!

    The last couple of years I've been singing bass in a Gospel quartet. I never really cared for Southern Gospel music until I started singing it! We do a lot of stuff by the Gaither Vocal Band and Acapella.

    Check out this link for some quality online Christian music:
    http://www.oldchristianradio.com/
     
  7. Pete

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    Great poll MaineGospel...But I'm fussy, couldn't vote :D

    1: Other. A bit of a mix of a few from Scripture in Song at start of service, and 2-3 hymns through the rest.

    2: That's one I couldn't answer. One minute I could listen to Clapton playing some blues, the next I'ld have a Hymn Maker CD in.

    3: Just about everything except country & jazz.

    4: All of the above [​IMG]

    5: Everything but Satellite Radio [​IMG]


    Ben, you old rocker [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  8. Gib

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    Ben-I would have never pegged you for a metal and thrash kind of guy.

    Mike-that's an exhausting list. Who is you favorite?
     
  9. WallyGator

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    Whew!
    Getting Late.
    Will have to go over Ben's list closer, mannana!
     
  10. Ben W

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    I loved the film "Thunderstruck" which was all about Bon Scott and AC~DC.

    The Christian Hard Rockers that I like are Seventh Angel and Ex Sinner, they rock pretty hard! [​IMG]
     
  11. Pete

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    Ben, I get a lend of my mate's Acca Dacca DVD now and then [​IMG] Have been known to try play a bit myself too [​IMG]
     
  12. Mike McK

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    Hey, Gib, that's not even the whole list.

    I don't know who to tell you my favorite is. It really changes all the time.
     
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    So, what's your flava of the month.
     
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    I've been listening to a lot of Swing, jazz and Americana lately.

    Right now, I've got a Jo Stafford antholgy and Peter Mayer's Christmas CD on the hi-fi.
     
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    I couldn't answer very accuratly....In Church we use both traditional hymns as well as some modern choruses...personally I listen to so much music I don't even know where to begin and I don't know what would the "primary"

    As for "where" I use none of the above...apparently, you aren't into the iTunes/iPod revolution :)

    I use either iTunes or my iPod for over 95% of the music I listen to in over 30 genres according to my iTunes library :)
     
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    Dale, I've thought about getting one but technology frightens me.

    Right now, it looks like I'm going to get Sirius, instead.
     
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    if you like southern gospel check out my thread under Christian debate forums and music ministry [​IMG]
     

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