What kind of music do you love to listen?

@dhawanbm (3705)
India
May 23, 2009 6:38am CST
Music is the life of many of us What kind of music you love to listen, filmy or folk or rock jazz, What kind music you are fond of listening?
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14 responses
@lawana_f (327)
• United States
23 May 09
I enojy country music more than the rest, but listen to many types of music. Favorite artist include Chris Ledoux, Josh Turner, George Jones, and George Straight, Reba and Dolly. I enjoy jass and blues also. Classical is good, but no opra please.
@aldira (28)
• Indonesia
25 May 09
i love Alternative Pop, since i was fans of Nirvana, SilverChair and Foo Fighter.. they are really bring me a good music Michael http://freedownloadmusics.wordpress.com
@swerdna (117)
• United States
24 May 09
What is "filmy" music?
• United States
24 May 09
I love gospel music. My favorite artist is CeCe Winans. She is so awesome.
@crazydaisy (3899)
• Canada
23 May 09
I like all kinds of music it really dose not matter what kind I really like rock roll the Beatles,Bob Dylan, and C.C.R. groups. cd
• Philippines
23 May 09
My kind of music are those foreign ones. I mean, songs from Japan, Korea and China or Taiwan. I don't know why.. but I'm really fond of those songs! Probably because most of my idols live in China/Taiwan and Korea. Happy myLotting!
@vekstr (179)
• Sweden
23 May 09
I love ALL kinds of music really. Jazz, Funk, Rock, Indie, Pop, Hip-hop, Electronic, Reggae, Dub, Dubstep, Drum and Bass. Lately I've been listening alot to Dubstep. Nice music! Makes my brain vibrate, like massage or something.
@justmeh (189)
• Philippines
23 May 09
I love listening to Mellow Music the most cause it emphasizes the exact emotions of the singer to the listeners. The meaning soothes from your mind to your entire body not only that but also RNB and Alternative just a cliche "Music is the language of the soul" meaning whatever type of it is,it just shows what a singer was trying to let the people know on his song on how he/she sangs it by heart.
• Malaysia
23 May 09
I can listen to anything but my favourite will be pop. I really love them.
@goapples (128)
23 May 09
I listen to a lot of music recently I have become really tolerant to all types of music and when people said that they liked all types of music I did not believe them but now I can see where they are coming from.
• Philippines
23 May 09
I love listening to RnB, pop, acoustic... all sorts of easy listening stuff. :)
• India
23 May 09
I like all type of music,but for relieving stress i prefer classical type of music.I am learning classical music for the last 15 years.Professionally i am not a musician,still i like to hear and sing music.Music cam do lot of magic and there is divinity in it.As a student of music,i felt it.
• United States
23 May 09
As someone who has been deep into music since I was eight years old, I can say I listen to just about everything. My love of music started at an early age, with the rock hits of the time, but grew as I took up playing the drums. I believe that musicians have a wider appreciation for music as they understand that all musical genres have value. As a drummer I learned to listen to not only rock and roll, by jazz, pop, metal, punk, the blues, and country. In the last six years I have turned my musical focus to producing and it has only further expanded my musical tastes. In today's production scene, the music that is being pushed foreword is R&B and Hip Hop. In my opinion if a person limits themselves to one music genre they are missing out on some of the best creations in the world
@Absinto (2394)
• Portugal
23 May 09
I listen to all kinds of rock and metal. But i usually listen to everything including house music and some pop music.
@derek_a (10897)
23 May 09
As a trained musician (piano/keyboards), I love all genres of music from Jazz, to classical through to pop music. I can listen to most instruments being played and enjoy it, and to all types of singers. But I do like my music to be tuneful and not just a series of loud discordant noises with people shouting instead of singing. - Derek