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Trey Hanawalt

@Loststaterecs
 · 7mo ago · 1:25
Music that changed your life

"…Hey, everyone just wanted to start as well, talking about different musicians and artists, bands, people that have changed your life for the better, made you think, made you feel emotions that you never thought you could feel, made you access parts of your brain that you didn't even realize just by the way that they spoke their words and they sang their songs.…"

What artist or musician has changed your life? #music #sufjanstevens #musicians #art #artists #albums #audiohealing

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Krystle Marshall

@kfmarshall2022
 · 7mo ago · 1:52

"…Well, this is a very interesting topic because I love music. I always have, ever since I can remember before I found Christ. I used to be into a lot of R, amp, B, hip hop, reggae, because I'm from New York. And as I grew older, I started getting fond of jazz and, like mellow music or whatever that can actually calm you in your soul and in your mind.…"

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J Wang

@jsmwang
 · 7mo ago · 0:56

"…I love this question. I don't have one kind of song or artist that changed my life. I feel like there's so many that have accompanied me on several, like, transitions moments in my life when I needed it. But I will say one artist that stuck with me for the longest would be Taymanpala. When I was young, I traveled a lot and I only had just a certain amount of songs on my iPad.…"

@Songbird38 @august

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Trey Hanawalt

@Loststaterecs
 · 7mo ago · 1:50

"…I actually worked his concert and got to catch a little bit of it, and it was crazy. He had a huge UFO light thing above the stage, and it was really crazy looking. And I kind of wish I was more into him when when I worked that show, I would have appreciated a lot more. But anyways, yeah, thanks for sharing.…"

@jsmwang #tameimpala

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J Wang

@jsmwang
 · 7mo ago · 0:54

"…I'm so jealous that you worked his concert. The UFO light sounds really cool. I went to a concert of his and I just remember like yeah, he has like wild visuals. Always is playing behind him and on a side note. Yeah, I think gosh whenever I go on certain trips I will always play him, if you know what I mean.…"

@Loststaterecs

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Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes
 · 7mo ago · 0:33

"…Hey, I just listened to this conversation and I realized that the initial reason I bookmarked because I want to respond about Sufian Stevens trade, because I didn't discover him until, I don't know, for four years ago when I heard an album that was a tribute to Jonny Mitchell and he covered a song called Freeman in Paris. And it's such a cool, weird cover. So I wanted to post it here to see if you liked it. Really cool.…"

@Loststaterecs https://youtu.be/_p53DuXJHHs

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Trey Hanawalt

@Loststaterecs
 · 7mo ago · 1:39

"…But one of his greatest albums, I think, which is called the All Delighted People EP, which it's titled as an EP, but it's like 50 minutes long, the opening track and it's like ten minutes long and it's one of the best songs I've ever heard. And it gives you goosebumps. Or gave me goosebumps first time I heard it. He also does like a weird reprise of it at the end of the album. And it goes on for another.…"

@DBPardes

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Taylor J

@Taylor
 · 7mo ago · 3:07

"…Them Tool, Mastodon, English here. I guess we could include them in there being like sort of that prog metal pantheon. I guess. At least in my life. I was an OPEC fan, but I wouldn't say that they moved me as much as those bands did. And then from there there's a handful that I just like, oh, sorry for the screaming kid in the back.…"

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kirk G

@k-gifted
 · 7mo ago · 2:27

"…Just the way he was able just to mix jazz and hip hop together things that I didn't think jars of music that I didn't think would go together, he was able to make it happen, and it was just amazing to listen to. I remember just sitting on my ipod for this hour with my headphones on, listening to his albums, listening to his music, listening to all the hip hop artist he was able to bring on to his albums. It was just amazing.…"

@Loststaterecs Nujabes.  https://youtu.be/1DTNJJ1rr2A

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Kyle Crossman

@kylecrossman
 · 7mo ago · 3:43

"…And since that time, I feel like I just connect with music in such a more powerful way, and it's changed the way I view music, how I dance to it, how I feel about it, because I've had so much of a more personal experience with it, just through feeling it. It wasn't even lyrics that I was listening to. It was the vibrations inside of my body. And I was like, wow, this is so powerful. This is incredible.…"

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Sue Fiske

@GracefulSue
 · 7mo ago · 0:47

"…No one even hardly knows Leon Russell. I don't know. We're getting old. Okay, thanks. Listening. Bye.…"

Music

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Trey Hanawalt

@Loststaterecs
 · 7mo ago · 1:02

"…I think when it comes to hip hop, like jazz and mixing that I feel like that's already kind of like a huge thing with hip hop, I guess I would say more so like East Coast hip hop, which I'm very interested to see what it sounds like, depending on what kind of jazz samples he uses, I feel like a lot of newer hip hop or let's say, like from the 90s on.…"

@k-gifted

Trey Hanawalt

@Loststaterecs
 · 7mo ago · 3:47

"…Like me, I have music every minute I'm doing something unless I'm having to focus or do something else. If I'm just sitting anywhere or driving or being somewhere. I'm always listening to music or have it around me because that's how I grew up. My parents always playing music. I remember being a kid, my dad had all these CDs. They would listen to music whenever put it on in the house.…"

@kylecrossman

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Grace Salzer

@gsalzer
 · 7mo ago · 1:22

"…And it was really nice to talk about that kind of music and listen to it together. I also love jazz. That really inspires me, and I love listening to it, and I don't know, it's very different, and it calms me down. It kind of feeds my soul. When I listen to jazz, I like learning about the history of jazz and just Fiske the impact it has. So that's important. Recently I got into this band called West Head.…"

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mark f

@psalcal
 · 6mo ago · 0:40

"…And one of my favorite quotes of Springsteen, I learned more from a three minute record than I ever lived in school. There you go.…"

mark f

@psalcal
 · 6mo ago · 0:35

"…There's also one song I should share that pretty much almost always causes me to melt into tears. And it doesn't even have any actual words to it. It's a song by Lisa A. Gerard, and you might know her from a lot of movie soundtracks, but she's also a singer in Dead Can Dance. And the song is called Sandion, I Am Your Shadow. It is brilliant. And such deep melancholy without a single recognizable word. It can just rip me apart.…"

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Chelsea Hanawalt

@allowthesun
 · 6mo ago · 2:43

"…And then at that point I only had a few cassettes that I would listen to and I think Beatles was one of them that were like I would have it on and like I would never get sick of listening to it and never get it. Never got sick of seeing the but I think also there's Fiona Apple comes to mind. I just love her lyrics and I feel like I can listen to her songs over and over again and always hear something new.…"

#beatles #fionaapple #nickdrake

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Becks Amillion

@BecksAmillion
 · 6mo ago · 2:30

"…So for me, all the artists that changed my life, it's a lot. So of course it's going to be a lot of out of Seoul, so there's going to be Charlie and either Baker, irking and fire, and then it's the BGS Nirvana. It's really hard for me to say Because there's so many artists and music genres that really change my life, and I'm so happy.…"

#BecksAmillion #2Becks1Mic #Music

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Nick montecalvo

@jmontecalvo
 · 6mo ago · 3:36

"…It was fantastic. So the power of music is great. And what you're doing, what you posted is fantastic. So keep it up, keep it current. Introduce me to some new artists, man. I'm open to it so that's my little spiel I guess my name's Nick I'm new to this whole thing so I just wanted to say Hi and give you my thoughts on stuff like that and they're you go have a good one. Bye.…"

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Trey Hanawalt

@Loststaterecs
 · 4mo ago · 4:25

"…I'm looking at a Beetle's book, huge photo book that I have on my shelf right there right now. Yeah, Beatles, very influential. And as far as the other point, listening to music, and I think you do have to be open as a musician and just a music lover. You just have to be open to anything that comes your way. You don't have to like everything.…"

@jmontecalvo

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Isabella Croston

@isabellaa
 · 4mo ago · 0:25

"…So for artists, I would say definitely just like Mac Miller and Lana Del Rey definitely have had a crazy impact on my life. And then for songs, songs that genuinely changed my wife, actually. Fiske or listen before I go by Billie Eilish and Iris by the Gooey Dolls.…"

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Danny Anderson

@MyFantasticSTRY
 · 4mo ago · 1:50

"…Hey, I wanted to respond to your posting. For me, I was born generation exer 1977. So, you know, we've experienced a good majority of different types of generations. So just musically, I think my taste in music sort of reflects that. It's more of an eclectic taste. But for me, I want to split my answer into two. So I would say, like Fleetwood Mac rumors album, just really thorough instrumentation. It's a nuanced type.…"

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