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  1. Cannabudz

    Cannabudz apprentice shaman

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    The song that i'm lovin @ the moment "Whip it" by devo, funny didn't think that much of it in the 80s, but now when i'm vapin(no more couch lock) I put this on loud and move around like a teeny, The older i get the more i value fun and spontaniaty, especially doing cannabis the right way at last.

    And Jesus should have said 2 thousand years ago,You have one herb for medicine and joy, with only two way's of using it , Eating(with the help of alchemy) or Vaporisation.
    Who know's history being what it is, Being written by the victor's & all, he may well have said it.
     
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    Good Times - $tyles P although he doesn't mention vaporizers...

    I'm waiting for the first rapper to reference vapes.
     
  3. Acolyte of Zinglon

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    mozarts requiem mass... my favorite piece of music ever.... especially movements 2 and 6 going to 7 (thats dies irae, confutatis, and lacrymosa)
    i gotta find a performance of it and get some shrooms and go

    otherwise i love listening to my favorite metal band, falconer... theyre folk metal... its like some epic folk music... and them thay have the guitars and double bass drum.... its awesome
     
  4. partially veiled

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    Cannabudz, you summed up pretty much exactly what I'm looking for (and hoping for) in the vaporization experience. Smoking irritates my lungs/body, no question, but it would be manageable based on what I get from the herb...IF that was the only way of going about things. So yeah, smoking irritates me...but what gets me down these days is the fact that I seem to have more or less constant couch lock. I don't cope well without Cannabis...maybe I could get used to it, but I don't know, I've been there and I'm trying to deal with one problem at a time, so I won't attempt to attack the most benign and beneficial part of my lifestyle (for the moment)...but lately I've always been feeling the soporific, couch locked, heavy head and lethargic body aspect of smoking my herbs. I like that some times...but I miss those times when Cannabis didn't just help to get me through my shit; the times when it also used to give me the most transcendental, creative and spontaneous bursts of energy and motivation. A little dip into the brighter side of life, if you will. I still get that sometimes, but most of the time I can't get my shit done. I end up feeling heavy and I get too distracted/lethargic to go through with my previous intentions. Motivations abound...yet my ability for action is compromised by my love of, need of, possible abuse of, THE herb. I've learned more about combustion and now understand that some of that feeling is caused by your immune systems response to the poisons/tars/et cetera in smoke, so I'm hoping that at least some of what I've been experiencing will go away, and I can go back to living an active (but still emotionally/spiritually healthy, with the help of missus MJ) lifestyle. Thanks for giving me a little more hope, Cannabudz!

    Oh yeah, the other thing I'm really looking forward to is the taste...:brow::brow:
    Smoking always masks the taste for me these days...no matter what style I use (joint/bong/pipe/what-have-yous), so I'm really looking forward to "pure flavor". Ooooooohhhh yeah :D

    Back to the point at hand...whoops :ninja:
    I love listening to allll sorts of music, so this is a toughie question. Some never-fail type of stuff that comes right off the top of my head would be:

    - Pretty much anything by Stereolab (such pretty, melodic, devilishly syncopated, well developed music)
    - Pretty much anything by Frank Zappa and crew (space melodies, out of this world rhythmic experimentation, counter-sound and plain old weirdness, plus the occasional ripping guitar solo)
    - Most music by Steve Reich. Specifically: Music for 18 Musicians and Drumming.
    - My personal Aphex Twin favorites. His discography is divided for me, but the right stuff is right on, and it's very cohesive to an altered consciousness.

    Like I said, I like music so feel free to believe that this indeed the short list of all short lists. If only asked for one, I would invariably recommend Steve Reich's Music for 18 Musicians. Among the most thrilling pieces of organic music I've ever heard to date. If it's your thing, I'd reccomend skipping the vape (for the moment) and taking a medium sized dose of our fungal friends then listening to Music for 18 Musicians. Not to sound TOO cliche...but it'll blow your mind, dude. :rolleyes:
     
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  5. Cannabudz

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    I only heard the term couch lock a couple of month's ago, but iv'e been livin that shit for a very long time, And i'm stoked it's changed without having to give up the substance i enjoy so much, It made giving up the technique (burning/smoking)so much easier, I don't think there's anything unique about my experience's but i'm glad to share them freely and if other's find that of value good O, When i first signed up here i had no idea i'd be sharing so much, I'm just goin with the flow and enjoying the ride.

    Back to the music, sublime "scooby snack's" but iv'e got access to about 2000 album's so it's hard pickin fave's, oh yeah a must listen every now and then everlast "ends".

    N.W.A Gangsta Gansta, Fuck tha PO%@$ and Express Yourself, love the cube man:cool:
     
  6. Cannabudz

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    Devo is so good, Whip it of course, Girl You Want, And Freedom Of Choice, Those songs resonate with me at the minute, theyv'e got so much great music,Cannabis Indispensible for appreciation of it , A few of harry conick jnr's album's R pretty cool to vape with im not a music critic but theres some good shit there too, and i like playin this shit on the ps3 with plasma the planet earth imagery display is way cool for just zoning out to the tunes, hehe a big arse planet on a big arse screen, yeah retro everything might be great for some :lol:
     
  7. Cannabudz

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    I'm just Amazed when i listen to this Album "Pioneers who got scalped" it's Our kind of music man, Inspirational,Educational, A fucken Anthem for Vaporist Rejectionisto's .I'll keeping a lookout for people wearing Devo Tshirt's for a chat, when i'm on the street in future :)

    I Like the upsidedown Cone on the head for better "Reception" (the Brain) idea.

    Yeah turn your Idea's upsidedown for something better :) Crack that :whip:
     
  8. Cannabudz

    Cannabudz apprentice shaman

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    This Thread might serve me for opinions in future better hey Vtac, I can go Fucking Wild Tangent wise with the Music to vape to thread :lol: :lol:

    I could go beserk on N.W.A It crosses the Aussie/American cultures very nicely :D
     
  9. vtac

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    Your thread, you make the rules. ;)

    Still, I think many people would like to see the 'Cannabudz Speaks' thread where you really go deep into those other dimensions. :D:cool:

    :whip::leaf::bigleaf::leaf:
     
  10. Cannabudz

    Cannabudz apprentice shaman

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    I don't no Vtac "cannabudz Speaks" Smack's of self importance a bit too much for me , I despise Ego as much as Power And Greed, Besides I"D run Out of "clever " Anecdotes Soon enough, Like i said I'm Just About Free Expression basically im nothing special to any body except my Mum, in my mind. :)
     
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    Understandable, but consider this.

    Add me to that list. Perhaps I will start it for you so you have no choice, yeah? :whip:
     
  12. Cannabudz

    Cannabudz apprentice shaman

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    How about "Canny Rant's, not 4 popular consumption"

    you could allway's move a few post's to start the ball rolling :D
     
  13. vtac

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    Well, unfortunately moving individual posts isn't an option right now. But that thread would likely have prevented those posts from needing to be moved in the first place, right? ;)

    "Canny Rant's, not 4 popular consumption" Love it. We want to try and attempt to imagine what it is like inside, of the possessed mind of the Cannabis addict. Couldn't resist that quote.

    No need for fear of self aggrandizing, quote my post above (#11) when you start the thread. Admin forced you to do it, what choice did you have? :lol:

    Seriously, it's all up to you, brother. I think you do have somewhat of an audience here though. ;)
     
  14. Cannabudz

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLhKHCFKGAs

    watch it the early 80s this Shit it's still relevent today, which is why i'm so Fucking Angry with Primates who "Run" Shit :disgust:

    With the lyric's really listen, & notice "not for Me" ,"But For You", when I hear "You" i'm thinking James Packer, Rupert Murdoch ETC ETC,
    People say Bush(&his whole fucking family) are just Moron's, cause they see em bumbling thru TV moment's , but He's(their) far worse than that alone there :evil: Look @ the Death toll on "Their Watch" I researched him & the "Mob" for a while & I had to give up just too much unpleasantness to read through, too much to try to remember, Hitler to Bin Laden is a lot of territory to cover.
     
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    http://www.lyricsfreak.com/d/devo/girl u want_20039737.html

    Hey guy's have a read of these "Song lyrics" and tell me what you think about this Pearl, I love the lines "she sends out an aroma of undefined love" and "She sends out a an aroma of undefined Lust". It's a great way to describe the Smell of one my Favourite Plants.

    Hey Vtac i love your Title, how it's not even a "Normal" word in the online dictionary, a suggestion for other's on that search is Psychoneurotic, Psychogenetic, or Psyhcokinetic, :tup:

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    American Heritage Dictionary - Cite This Source - Share This psych also psyche (s?k) Pronunciation Key
    v. psyched, psyching, psyches

    v. tr.


    To put into the right psychological frame of mind: The coach psyched the team before the game.
    To excite emotionally: The children were psyched to see the circus.
    To analyze, solve, or comprehend.
    To anticipate or guess the intentions of: "Most others could never approach [his] ability ... to psyche out the opposition's thinking so consistently" (Steven Brill).
    To undermine the confidence of by psychological means; intimidate: "Depending on whose personality is stronger, one can more easily psych the other" (Harold C. Schonberg).

    To analyze, solve, or comprehend.
    To anticipate or guess the intentions of: "Most others could never approach [his] ability ... to psyche out the opposition's thinking so consistently" (Steven Brill).
    Informal To analyze and treat by psychoanalysis.

    v. intr.
    To become confused or mentally deranged.

    n. psych
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    American Heritage Dictionary - Cite This Source - Share This psyche 1 (s?'k?) Pronunciation Key
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    The spirit or soul. :leaf:
    Psychiatry The mind functioning as the center of thought, emotion, and behavior and consciously or unconsciously adjusting or mediating the body's responses to the social and physical environment. :leaf:


    [Latin ps?ch?, from Greek ps?kh?, soul; see bhes- in Indo-European roots.]


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    :cheers: Spiral Architecht, Thanks for the Links, there New to me, I like,Bit of a Shroom Fan too R you ? S_A, i just love Youtube for sampling, how too-ing etc. its a fucking great Facility. Anybody feel free to link your fave Music Etc. Video's, I want to catch stuff i never considered looking for, Even though iv'e got 1200 artists here on CD's, its just a Drop in the Ocean of course, A "Lot" of that stuff im only just Wising up too.

    My Good Brother's Music collection of course, i allways pursued other things :lol:

    Who Needs A Bible Its all in the Music, Love Baby Love :D
     
  19. Cannabudz

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    A victim of collision on the open sea
    Nobody ever said that life was free
    Sank, swam, go down with the ship
    But use your freedom of choice

    Ill say it again in the land of the free
    Use your freedom of choice
    Your freedom of choice

    In ancient rome there was a poem
    About a dog who found two bones
    He picked at one
    He licked the other
    He went in circles
    He dropped dead

    Freedom of choice
    Is what you got
    Freedom of choice!

    Then if you got it you dont want it
    Seems to be the rule of thumb
    Dont be tricked by what you see
    You got two ways to go

    Ill say it again in the land of the free
    Use your freedom of choice
    Freedom of choice

    Freedom of choice
    Is what you got
    Freedom of choice!

    In ancient rome
    There was a poem
    About a dog
    Who found two bones
    He picked at one
    He licked the other
    He went in circles
    He dropped dead

    Freedom of choice
    Is what you got
    Freedom from choice
    Is what you want
    (repeat)

    Devo Song "Freedom of choice" it pay's to read what youre listening to, who want's lesson's learned late, "NOT Me"
    :whip:
     
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  20. Acolyte of Zinglon

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    heres some of my favorite songs by my absolutely favorite band ever... the quality is shitty cause its you tube, but it has lyrics! (except the last two, theyre in swedish ;) )
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzijZgCE-t4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L86OuTOj7mQ
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Doxhp0AaDz4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwtQdTfCTMI
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87cRvtNNyS0

    i have like 4 other bands that i like but this one comes out on top... i love their use of folk vocal technique with historcally based lyrics and medieval sounding musical parts... no other band comes even close in my mind.. falconer is just perfect
     
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    CB loves him some Devo, nah? :brow:
    To borrow a phrase...crack that whip, baby. :whip:


    Okay CB, I see you're actually listening to/watching/responding to what people are offering up, and personally I think that's too cool, so I just can't resist linking you to some stuff. If that's the concept of this thread...I sort of missed it in the beginning. Maybe it's more about sharing/talking about music, but you're the only one doing too much "talking" thus far. Let me help you heft that load, brother :).

    If indeed you have begun a thread that is simply about sharing any music, and that's just how open minded you are...then kudos, once again, to you my friend. I wish that I could say the same for myself, CB. I wish I could just share and explore music casually. Musically I am so fucking jaded it is barely even funny. Just a little funny, I guess. It's like freaking pornography...I feel like the dirty musical corners I shuffle around in are always getting further and further away from the mainstream opinion of what's desirable. Constantly grasping backwards at artifacts left in the historical sediment can't be helping the situation either...but that's the point, or one of many rather. Music is spontaneous and imbued with life; cultural "artifacts" in general and the preservation of music specifically are both mundane and terrible (in the good-ish, awesome sense...like Rilke's angels, if it means anything to anybody else). That's the price of, or maybe the fetish of, recording technologies...you're left always searching for that frozen moment, that diamond, buried in the rough. It's both sublime and futile. To a degree. Hmph.

    Anyway, rambling...must stop vaping so hard before posting...riggggght. :p The point is that sharing music like this can be great and such a thrill, and I truly do wish it was easier or more casual for me.

    Well...Here you are, some fucking links.



    This is one of my very best friends. His music is beautiful and is absolutely saturated with ghosts, cooing from their isolation in the musical past. Right now he's one of my favorite listens. Maybe because I love him so much and known what a solid human being he is, but I think the music stands on it's own as well. Anyone happening to read this should feel invited to take a peek, and if you like what you see...pass it around.

    http://www.myspace.com/dreamsploitation

    I suggest that you check out that page, because it has a lot of tracks off his album up for a free listen. Chuck is not just making music because he's very good at it; he's very good at it because he believes in it...in the transformative, reflective, connective power of music. That's why he's making music...to share it. So I hope I'm doing him justice in sharing it too... However, if you'd rather just check out something all casual like, here's a live performance culled from You-Tube:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuzM2mWn6Xs



    As for stuff that is not me shamelessly promoting a loved one....uhhhh, how about some Stereolab? I know I've already brought that one up on this thread, but they really are among my most treasured indulgences... Tasty, tasty, tasty stuff.

    Ping Pong - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w09h0unzZJE
    Brakhage - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJodT1nvYqw
    Fluorescences - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TMoy6DNTO4


    Caetano Veloso? Beautiful, honest, mesmerizing Portuguese poetry.

    Sozinho - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wb4RauhteFA
    Irene - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc9NtcJx7Cs


    Sergio Mendes (in his many projects...but in this case, Brasil '66). Unbelievably catchy Tropiclia. Enough said.
    Mas Que Nada - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fX0zx9dF6A


    The United States of America. Freaky, spaced out psychedelic rock, of the "underground" variety. If you think they sound like Jefferson Airplane, it's probably not a coincidence...more popular groups often make themselves on the backs of flash in the pan brilliance such as this.

    The Garden of Earthly Delights - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0cuX0WSdhg


    Ennio Morricone. Morricone + Mina = ;)

    Se Telefonando - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tcw1pwvakRk


    Minnie Riperton. If you can find a silkier, more supple voice, I'd love to hear it. Really. In this context, she was one of the very best. Backed here by some very funky gentlemen, as well.

    Baby, This Love I Have - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81rmZOQcIoY


    David Axelrod. The father of the break-beat. Ummmmmm, maybe not. He sure did do it with class though. Great producer, and a fantastic songwriter.

    The Smile - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wODX_-UduAc


    Good ol' Aphex Twin. Doesn't get too much creepier, or too much more blissful. It depends on the moment you're tuning into, I suppose. Two great examples of his "variety":

    Avril 14th - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBFXJw7n-fU - a shadowy, sulking minimalist piece for prepared piano
    4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5EGUPP0uN0 - Aphex's own brand of ultra-melodic, ultra-syncopated (if that even has any merit when you're talking DnB) drum n' bass. This guy doesn't just program music, like many "digital" musicians; he writes his own freaking software and then uses it to program his own music...because most software simply can't do what he wants it to. Not so much anymore, but he's been around for a while... The number of tracks in any one song is more than I'd like to think about... Once he put sandpaper in a blender, live, and pressed "go". Yes, this man is a crazy asshole. His music, however...


    Bill Evans. Simply one of my favorite musicians...I won't say ever, as I'm not done living yet. To date however, he's truly one of my "heroes" (piano is my instrument as well, so that surely has something to do with it...)

    Emily - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB4yDuzjxb8
    How Deep Is the Ocean - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UXu2ACs4Lc


    And, just so y'all don't think I'm too square...here's some Bebu Silvetti. Straight up booty shakin' disco.

    Spring Rain - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrWjU1KJLOs



    And I just realized I have to be up in less than three hours. Whoops. I could keep on playing this game all night, if only You-Tube were more co-operative...I miss the days of mixed tapes, fuck this hyper-linking hooey.
     
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    Hey P_V thanx so much for all the links, ive only just listen to the first link "so far", i loved it, Nova Scotia, iv'e heard the name b4 but never listened, really nice, my kind of music(sometimes,my taste is pretty varied and out there) but i love gentle & relaxing but cerebral too.

    I definately started this thread for input from all FC contributors, I want to Attempt to get into the heads of all my New Freinds, & I find Music But one of the ways to do that, I'm especially glad you posted Partially Veiled because im happy to have connected up with your Mind Brother And i want more (Express Yourself) :D. I would much rather say more after ive explored the rest of the links you took the time to put together, I will have more to say you know me. :lol:

    ps i'll try harder to give link's that better portray me, Musical tastes of course rather than politics or social commentary. :tup: Thats the beauty of music when your vaporising Cannabis, You can really Focus and Think, Moreso because of a clearer mind, And having the Internet connection one can look Further into it all.

    See P_V thats what im talkin about, ive never heard of a Monome(instrument) b4, And i really liked it, Sorry man no more comment till ive finnished it all thanx again so much. :p (2nd link down, i liked the part 11,the next video on. :lol: )
     
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    Great post, pv. You don't fuck around musically. I've been spacing out to your friend's tracks, sick flows.

    Always nice to hear something fresh, my playlists don't see much variety these days.

    :buzz:
     
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    Damn guys, I can't wait for high speed.

    My playlists don't see much variety lately either. So I'm real interested to check out these links.

    Just sitting here laughing to 'Why Does It Hurt When I Pee' .

    Obviously I'm a Zappa freak. All of it (almost).

    My Favorite lights out album has to be In The Court of The Crimson King. King Crimson.

    Paul Horn playing flute in the Taj Mahal and John McLaughlin 'Birds of Fire' album are two other dim room faves. Too bad I don't own those anymore.

    Oh yeah, that Mozart piece would be fantastic to go see, unfortunate I'll never have a chance. Seems symphonies these days only play the 'hits'.

    Anybody ever heard, 'Save The Roach For Me' ? An old 78rpm tune. Funny... Ain't talking 'bout Camel's...

    Vince Gauraldi

    Buddy Rich

    Oscar Peterson

    Wow, Sergio Mendez, that brings back memories, listening to it on a one speaker 'Hi-Fi' , softly glowing tubes .:cool:
     
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