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2000-2021 Music

So I'm Old School, I love the music from the 70s and 80s hands down. I also love music from the 50s into the 60s. Early 90s was fun etc etc Jazz 100% house, lounge some 50s country classical etc.

I'm always interested in new music from various genre and if I hear something in a movie/tv show hanging with someone from a lover to a niece or while out and about I'll catch it on an app to check out later. A lot of times, the songs I never thought I would listen to. It's hard to hear music like I used to. I'm not one of those that bitches that there is no good music now. We just have to wade through more.

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So on some down time, while on my computer I brought up music by year and inserted it in a playlist to list. There is some good stuff over the years. I've done this for the 50s 70s and 80s already. But that was effortless.

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Look/Listen this list over and what would you insert that might flow with a song
I don't have enough from certain years yet

I'll post 2000-2010 then 2011-2021 ...and the music links later

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2000 Sad Rockets - Winter Is Over

2000 Common The Light (J Dilla Remix)
(296) Common - The Light (Jay Dee Remix Instrumental) - YouTube

2001 Röyksopp - Remind Me

(296) Royksopp - Remind Me - YouTube

2001 John Mayer -83

(296) John Mayer - 83 - YouTube

2001 Puddle of Mud -Blurry

(296) Puddle of Mudd - Blurry - YouTube

2001 Spyro Gyra - The River Between
(296) The River Between - YouTube

2002 Matchbox Twenty - Unwell

(296) Matchbox Twenty - Unwell - YouTube

2002 Common - Come Close

(296) Come Close - YouTube

2002 The Roots featuring Jill Scott -Complexity

(296) Complexity - YouTube

2002 Amerie -Why Don't We Fall In Love

(296) Amerie- Why Don't We Fall In Love - YouTube

2002 Nina Simone Apéro Jazz ℗ (Joe Claussell Remix) - Feeling Good
Feeling Good (Joe Clausse... - YouTube

2002 Frou Frou - Let Go

(296) Let Go - YouTube

2002 Lee Ritenour featuring Michael McDonald -Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic

(296) MICHAEL McDONALD feat LEE RITENOUR | Every Little Thing She Does is Magic - YouTube

2002 Brandy -Full Moon

(296) Brandy - Full Moon (Official Video) - YouTube

2003 Acoustic Alchemy -Shoestring

(296) Acoustic Alchemy - Shoestring - YouTube

2003 Pat Metheny -Ferry Cross the Mersey

(296) Ferry Cross the Mersey - YouTube

2004 Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out

(296) Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out (Video) - YouTube

2005 The Fray - Over My Head
The Fray - Over My Head (... - YouTube


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2008 Common -Inhale

(296) Inhale - YouTube

2009 Meshell Ndegeocello -White Girl

(296) White Girl - YouTube

2009 Joy Williams - The Look of Love

(296) Joy Williams - The Look of Love - YouTube

2009 Lisa Shaw -I'm Ok

(296) Lisa Shaw - I'm Okay - YouTube



2010 Corinne Bailey Rae - I Would Like To Call It Beauty
Corinne Bailey Rae - I Wo... - YouTube



2010 Erykah Badu - Gone Baby, Don't Be Long

(296) Erykah Badu - "Gone... - YouTube

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what is a song from 2000-20005 or 2006-2010 that you feel represents the sound of the period but has a classic or timeless vibe to it?

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Reply #3 posted 09/16/21 12:09pm

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what is a song from 2000-20005 or 2006-2010 that you feel represents the sound of the period but has a classic or timeless vibe to it?



Anything produced by timbaland or Neptune’s had a distinctive sound, as well as work from Madonna and Mariah
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what is a song from 2000-2005 or 2006-2010 that you feel represents the sound of the period but has a classic or timeless vibe to it?

Yeah, I would also say a lot of the Neptunes stuff was great in that sense. But furthermore there wasn't much for me in that '00 era unfortunately, it was likely the hardest decade ever for me when it comes to liking 'new music'.

RIP Prince: thank U 4 a funky Time...
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funkaholic1972 said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

what is a song from 2000-2005 or 2006-2010 that you feel represents the sound of the period but has a classic or timeless vibe to it?

Yeah, I would also say a lot of the Neptunes stuff was great in that sense. But furthermore there wasn't much for me in that '00 era unfortunately, it was likely the hardest decade ever for me when it comes to liking 'new music'.

Yeah, I noticed that about myself as well. Most of the stuff I found I like is not so popular. the genre isn't prominant etc Jazz Lounge/House remixes I'm finding were my biggest consumption outside earlier times additions.

what are your usual genre preferences?

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That's what U want, TRANSCENDENCE. When that happens, O Boy -Prince 2015
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2011 -Rise -Shawn McDonald

Shawn McDonald - Rise - YouTube

2011 At The End Of The Day - Jacob Karlzon 3 The Big Picture

At The End Of The Day - Jacob Karlzon 3 /The Big Picture (2011) / - YouTube

2012 If I Ever Get Around to Living -John Mayer

If I Ever Get Around To Living - YouTube

2012 Ice Age -Dr John

Ice Age - YouTube

2013 Jeff Lorber - The Steppe [Hacienda]

Jeff Lorber - The Steppe [Hacienda] - YouTube

2013 Swim Deep - She Changes the Weather


Swim Deep - She Changes t... - YouTube


2015 Lindsey Webster - Fool Me Once

Lindsey Webster- "Fool Me Once" Official Video - YouTube

2015- Penguin Prison - Calling Out (2015)

Penguin Prison - Calling Out (Official Audio) - YouTube

2015 Chris Stapleton - Tennessee Whiskey

Chris Stapleton - Tennessee Whiskey (Official Audio) - YouTube

2016 Novocaine Heart - Candace Springs

Kandace Springs - Novocaine Heart - YouTube

2016 Kandace Springs - Neither Old Nor Young (Audio)

Kandace Springs - Neither Old Nor Young (Audio) - YouTube

2016 Day To Day Robert Glasper Experiment

Robert Glasper Experiment - Day To Day (Audio) - YouTube

#ALBUMSSTILLMATTER
That's what U want, TRANSCENDENCE. When that happens, O Boy -Prince 2015
https://www.youtube.com/w...nm2Qq6QTFs
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alphastreet said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

what is a song from 2000-20005 or 2006-2010 that you feel represents the sound of the period but has a classic or timeless vibe to it?

Anything produced by timbaland or Neptune’s had a distinctive sound, as well as work from Madonna and Mariah

Yeah those were some definative sounds. Madonna's Ray of Light & Confessions music was stellar.
Though Confessions was more of a harken back to the 70s and 80s

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That's what U want, TRANSCENDENCE. When that happens, O Boy -Prince 2015
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funkaholic1972 said:

Yeah, I would also say a lot of the Neptunes stuff was great in that sense. But furthermore there wasn't much for me in that '00 era unfortunately, it was likely the hardest decade ever for me when it comes to liking 'new music'.

Yeah, I noticed that about myself as well. Most of the stuff I found I like is not so popular. the genre isn't prominant etc Jazz Lounge/House remixes I'm finding were my biggest consumption outside earlier times additions.

what are your usual genre preferences?

70's: soul/funk/fusion jazz/classic rock/yacht rock

80's: funk/new wave/boogie/electrofunk/acid house

90's: acid jazz/house/techno/triphop/drum&bass/

That about sums it up for me.

In the 90's I was soaked up by 'underground' electronic dance music and became a 'snob' for Top 40 pop music (didn't follow and didn't like anymore). When I got my fist kid in 1999, I stopped visiting electronic dance music parties (it was hard combining taking XTC with getting up early the next day, LOL!) and lost connection with pop music even more. What I heard on the radio I didn't like much, except for the Neptunes stuff and some other random hits. But mostly I was really bored by pop music and electronic dance music in the 00's. It all sounded like 'bad rehash' to me. The 10's weren't much better, although I started listening to Top 40 radio more thanks to a new job where the radio was always on.

The 'funny' thing is when Prince died, I thought all hope was lost forever. But then I discovered the music of Anderson .Paak and Louis Cole (KNOWER), two funky fellas who are great 'real musicians' but combine it with electronic elements. And I found out about the London jazz scene, with artists like Alfa Mist, Yussef Dayes and Tom Misch, all excellent 'real musicians' with interesting music. Also I like some songs by newer R&B artists like Lucky Daye and Jazmine Sullivan.

So on the whole I think we are slowly moving towards more intersting musical times, thank God almighty! cool

RIP Prince: thank U 4 a funky Time...
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2017 Still Feel Like Your Man John Mayer


Still Feel Like Your Man - YouTube

https://youtu.be/tIlBpaPPrZ4

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2017 Kings Of Tomorrow - Fall For You (Sandy Rivera's Classic Mix)


Kings Of Tomorrow featuri... - YouTube


https://youtu.be/aI0gytwrKXg

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2018 Shawn Mendes Lost In Japan

Shawn Mendes "Lost In Jap... - YouTube

https://youtu.be/ycy30LIbq4w


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2018 -We All Live -Ron Artis


We All Live - YouTube

https://youtu.be/O_wHMco8ebo

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2018 No One Like You -Robert Glasper

No One Like You - YouTube

https://youtu.be/z0yKuHIutLQ

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2018 -Yazmin Lacey - Body Needs Healing

Yazmin Lacey - Body Needs... - YouTube

https://youtu.be/ITMd4JFzbqw
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2018 Change - Love 4 Love (Joey Negro Extended Mix)

Love 4 Love (Joey Negro E... - YouTube

https://youtu.be/Ywc-3iRnAUY

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2019 Ylang Ylang by FKJ ((( O )))


FKJ - Ylang Ylang - YouTube

https://youtu.be/EfgAd6iHApE

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2019 -The Rippingtons - Gran Via (Open Road)

The Rippingtons - Gran Vi... - YouTube

https://youtu.be/_WjtRMnnT4Q

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2019 -Peaceful-Peter White

Peaceful - YouTube

https://youtu.be/0nvINVx_bmM
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2019 Alessia Cara - October (Official Video)

Alessia Cara - October (O... - YouTube

https://youtu.be/yrcZdxN7z-U
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2020 The Weeknd - Blinding Lights

The Weeknd - Blinding Lig... - YouTube

https://youtu.be/fHI8X4OXluQ
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2020 From This Place -Pat Metheny feat Meshell NDageochello 2020

Pat Metheny "From This Pl... - YouTube

https://youtu.be/VJZ--WNq_II

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2020 I Did It For You -Yussef Dayes, Tom Misch

I Did It For You - YouTube

https://youtu.be/JXZgKnKs48M

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That's what U want, TRANSCENDENCE. When that happens, O Boy -Prince 2015
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#IDEFINEME
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funkaholic1972 said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

Yeah, I noticed that about myself as well. Most of the stuff I found I like is not so popular. the genre isn't prominant etc Jazz Lounge/House remixes I'm finding were my biggest consumption outside earlier times additions.

what are your usual genre preferences?

70's: soul/funk/fusion jazz/classic rock/yacht rock

80's: funk/new wave/boogie/electrofunk/acid house

90's: acid jazz/house/techno/triphop/drum&bass/

That about sums it up for me.

In the 90's I was soaked up by 'underground' electronic dance music and became a 'snob' for Top 40 pop music (didn't follow and didn't like anymore). When I got my fist kid in 1999, I stopped visiting electronic dance music parties (it was hard combining taking XTC with getting up early the next day, LOL!) and lost connection with pop music even more. What I heard on the radio I didn't like much, except for the Neptunes stuff and some other random hits. But mostly I was really bored by pop music and electronic dance music in the 00's. It all sounded like 'bad rehash' to me. The 10's weren't much better, although I started listening to Top 40 radio more thanks to a new job where the radio was always on.

The 'funny' thing is when Prince died, I thought all hope was lost forever. But then I discovered the music of Anderson .Paak and Louis Cole (KNOWER), two funky fellas who are great 'real musicians' but combine it with electronic elements. And I found out about the London jazz scene, with artists like Alfa Mist, Yussef Dayes and Tom Misch, all excellent 'real musicians' with interesting music. Also I like some songs by newer R&B artists like Lucky Daye and Jazmine Sullivan.

So on the whole I think we are slowly moving towards more intersting musical times, thank God almighty! cool

That's cool. Almost sounds like me lol I just never took XtSee

The early -mid 90s was really good musically. Something strange happened after that. Certain artists from the 80s and early 90s continued doing great.

And listening to more music from the 2015-2021 period I hearing some good stuff. Even though a lot of it seems to be harkening from the 70s and 80s lol but that's ok

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That's what U want, TRANSCENDENCE. When that happens, O Boy -Prince 2015
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That's cool. Almost sounds like me lol I just never took XtSee

The early -mid 90s was really good musically. Something strange happened after that. Certain artists from the 80s and early 90s continued doing great.

And listening to more music from the 2015-2021 period I hearing some good stuff. Even though a lot of it seems to be harkening from the 70s and 80s lol but that's ok

Yeah, I agree, music was doing fine in the 90's, especially underground electronic dance music and some of the grunge/ alt rock bands. The 'fall' IMO started when trance became popular. And in pop music probably the rise of commercial, formulaic hiphop and r&b. By the end of the 90's I couldn't stand these genres anymore. Only Neo-Soul gave me some hope but its popularity seemed to die off pretty quick.

I also agree that a lot of the stuff that I like in the 2015-2021 era harks back to the 70's and 80's, which is probably why I like this stuff a lot, LOL! lol

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The HUE feat. Ladybug Mecca ~ Slick (2016)

Phony Ppl ~ Messin' Around / remix feat. Megan Thee Stallion (2020)

Phony Ppl ~ Move Her Mind (2019)

Fantasia ~ Free Yourself (2004)

Nelly feat. Ronald Isley & Snoop Dogg ~ She Don't Know My Name (2004)

Outkast feat. Lil' Wayne & Snoop Dogg ~ Hollywood Divorce (2006)

Vintage Trouble ~ Run Outta You (2010)

Sade ~ Babyfather (2010)

Craig David & Sting ~ Rise And Fall (2002)

Chris Stapleton ~ Tennessee Whiskey (2015)

Bell Biv DeVoe ~ Hot Damn (2017)

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funkaholic1972 said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

That's cool. Almost sounds like me lol I just never took XtSee

The early -mid 90s was really good musically. Something strange happened after that. Certain artists from the 80s and early 90s continued doing great.

And listening to more music from the 2015-2021 period I hearing some good stuff. Even though a lot of it seems to be harkening from the 70s and 80s lol but that's ok

Yeah, I agree, music was doing fine in the 90's, especially underground electronic dance music and some of the grunge/ alt rock bands. The 'fall' IMO started when trance became popular. And in pop music probably the rise of commercial, formulaic hiphop and r&b. By the end of the 90's I couldn't stand these genres anymore. Only Neo-Soul gave me some hope but its popularity seemed to die off pretty quick.

I also agree that a lot of the stuff that I like in the 2015-2021 era harks back to the 70's and 80's, which is probably why I like this stuff a lot, LOL! lol

Do you think a lot of Neo-Soul sounds alike?

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Today, I think I prefer most music that isn't 'popular' it lends to the old school underground vibe

This is one of my 2021 favorites

J.PERIOD "All In Your Head" feat. Dave Chappelle, Black Thought & Tiffany Gouché [Visualizer]

https://youtu.be/-XFHBnE4QF8

J.PERIOD "All In Your Hea... - YouTube

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That's what U want, TRANSCENDENCE. When that happens, O Boy -Prince 2015
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