Javier 🐝 beBee en Best Music Tracks Ever, Music in English Founder & CEO • beBee 13/5/2016 · 1 min de lectura · 3,3K

Music that marked my life

I was thinking about which music bands have marked my life. There is a long list:  The Cure , Dire Straits, Ramones, The Police, Depeche Mode, Héroes del Silencio, Queen, Duncan Dhu, El Último de la fila, La dama se esconde, Loquillo, Nacha Pop, Supertramp, U2, Simple Minds, Pet shop Boys, Kortatu, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, The Specials, Smashing Pumpkins, The Smiths, Bob Marley, The Beatles and specially Lennon, The Clash, The Kinks, Rage against the machine, Eminem, Coldplay, Collective Soul, The cranberries, Manic street preachers, Oasis, David Bowie, Zoé, Enrique Bunbury, Amy Winehouse..... OMG ... I can go on listing them and I don't finish !!  ..a long list !!!

But there is only one that makes my blood boil....... we say "me hierve la sangre" . I don't  think it is right in english but I like it :)..... that band is THE CURE. Their music is difficult to classify , often like funeral parties, dark, recurrent basses,,,,    

Music that marked my life


Here there are some tracks from the long list !






















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Andrew Porter 10/10/2016 · #21

Great selection of musical talent that you have related to @Javier beBee and so many, although I like music from any genre I grew up with progressive rock and bands such as Curved Air, King crimson, Yes, Zep, Floyd and Hawkwind to name a few...as you say too many!

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Aaron 🐝 Skogen 10/10/2016 · #20

Not sure where to start with this one @Javier beBee, so I'll begin with the end. This is a fantastic soundtrack! It's funny how we all have a soundtrack of sorts, we can all relate a tune (or ten) to a point along the journey. Sometimes they intersect and others they're off on the b-side. It's great to hear some of your tracks!

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Javier 🐝 beBee 10/10/2016 · #19

#18 @Froilán Pérez, sí tengo entrada ya :-)

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Froilán Pérez 5/10/2016 · #18

@Javier beBee The Cure 20 Noviembre Madrid!

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CityVP 🐝 Manjit 8/6/2016 · #17

#16 note from Randy Keho : Dear Randy, Alzheimers awareness is growing though what we all pray for is that the medical community finds a cure for this soon. Glen Campbell's descent into Alzheimers was bravely broadcast and his song is a difficult one to listen to but it spreads awareness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8TsAh-zYFI. I lost my uncle recently to Parkinsons and so I have had some first hand experience of how devastating these afflictions are, but one must find all ways to remain strong as a family, for these are supreme tests. I congratulate CNN for pursuing awareness of Alzheimers with their film. http://www.cnn.com/shows/glen-campbell-ill-be-me

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Randy Keho 8/6/2016 · #16

#14 I'm very pleased to learn that the last faculty to be lost by Alzheimer's patients relates to the love of of music. Both of my parents suffer from the horrible disease and are in a nursing home, where my mother no longer recognizes my father. Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and a former Irish dancer, my mother still enjoys hearing jigs and reels. Dad still prefers his Big Bands, with a side of Frank Sinatra. If I end up in a nursing home, I hope the staff appreciates the Doors.

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Javier 🐝 beBee 20/5/2016 · #15

#14 that is great !

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CityVP 🐝 Manjit 19/5/2016 · #14

We can create multiple streams of timelines about different aspects of our lives and each track we associate on those timelines would tell a different story. It is no wonder that in Alzheimer patients, music is usually the last faculty to be lost, which highlights just how powerfully music can permeate our life stories. My 70's timeline includes buying albums by 10CC and The Eagles, the 80's Stranglers and Depeche Mode. The timeline is punctuated by the media of the music, so all my purchases in that time where vinyl. I can remember my first vinyl purchase but strangely cannot remember my first CD purchase. Then there are cassettes, MP3's and now You-Tube and all of those represent the way people got music for free. Then there is the relationship between film and song and here I can never forget Nilsson and Everybody's Talkin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AzEY6ZqkuE

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