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What music would you say Wash listend to?

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 1:01 PM

MISTERUNIVERSE


I want to make a "Wash Day" at Browncoat Radio
and I need ideas on what to play. What do you think he liked?

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:02 PM

GIXXER


He likes both kinds. Country and Western...

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:10 PM

CYBERSNARK


Probably something zany. Maybe some Wierd Al.

I'll sift through my music collection and find some suggestions.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:12 PM

MYSTRE



I'm pretty sure he would be listening to Dick "King of the Surf Guitar" Dale.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:15 PM

SPINLAND


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Wash is considered by some to have been the "Joss character" and Joss is a fan of Yes (Mutant Enemy's name came from a Yes song).

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:26 PM

LADYSINGS


OMG....all this time I have been watching Joss' shows and I never knew that tidbit!

"Kaylee, find that kid who's takin' a dirt nap with baby Jesus. We need a hood ornament."

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:41 PM

JUBELLATE


Hawaiin shirts, pilot of a space"ship"

Its obvious right, Jimmy Buffett and the Beach Boys,

Barring that, I think he might be an operah guy. I can picture him sitting at his chair singing along with Luciano Paveratti. Maybe its just me though.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:41 PM

ZOESBACKUP


Squirrel Nut Zippers

James Brown

Frank Sinatra

Jimi Hendrix

Beethoven's 9th

and of course....Kenny Loggins "Highway to the danger zone" LOL!!

nice cover fire
Oh, and I also have a black belt in Smackdown Fu

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:46 PM

JUBELLATE


Next time Mister Universe might want to give us a list to vote from. Once he checks this thread again, there will be 30 different responses.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 2:58 PM

ZOESBACKUP


Jubel

My choices were also based on being able to envision Wash hanging out in the cockpit singing and dancing with the music.


Fly me to the moon
Let me play among the stars
Let me see what spring is like
On Jupiter and Mars

-Ol' Blue Eyes



nice cover fire
Oh, and I also have a black belt in Smackdown Fu

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 3:02 PM

NDRAGE85


Quote:

Originally posted by JubelLate:
Hawaiin shirts, pilot of a space"ship"

Its obvious right, Jimmy Buffett and the Beach Boys,

Barring that, I think he might be an operah guy. I can picture him sitting at his chair singing along with Luciano Paveratti. Maybe its just me though.

The urge to save humanity is almost always a false front for the urge to rule. – H.L. Mencken



Jimmy Buffet was the first thing that popped into my mind. and i could see him singing to Paveratti. although i'm picturing him having fun with singing to it rather than being something he deeply enjoys.

i could also picture him listening to some fun stuff like Gogol Bordello or Flogging Molly.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 3:08 PM

JUBELLATE


Quote:

and i could see him singing to Paveratti. although i'm picturing him having fun with singing to it rather than being something he deeply enjoys.



oh of course, sitting in the chair making large hand motions while belting out a song.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 3:28 PM

REGINAROADIE


In THE SERENITY GIG as well as BLUE HAND BLUES, I allude to Wash's speculative musical tastes. I always thought he'd be into a lot of classic rock (The Beatles, The Stones, The Who, Pink Floyd, The Band, Led Zeppelin, you name it), but he'd also dig Tenacious D, Barenaked Ladies and any bands that have a sense of humor to their songs.

And ironically, he's be more into dance floor songs than Zoe, even though like all white guys, he cannot dance.

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"YES!!!I'm a man posessed by many demons....Polite demons that would open the door for a lady carrying too many parcels...BUT DEMONS NONETHELESS!!!! Yes. I have walked along the path of evil many times, it's a twisting, curving path that..actually leads to a charming plot garden, BUT BEYOND THAT EVIL!!!"

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 3:44 PM

MISTERUNIVERSE


Quote:

Originally posted by reginaroadie:
In THE SERENITY GIG as well as BLUE HAND BLUES, I allude to Wash's speculative musical tastes. I always thought he'd be into a lot of classic rock (The Beatles, The Stones, The Who, Pink Floyd, The Band, Led Zeppelin, you name it), but he'd also dig Tenacious D, Barenaked Ladies and any bands that have a sense of humor to their songs.

And ironically, he's be more into dance floor songs than Zoe, even though like all white guys, he cannot dance.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
"YES!!!I'm a man posessed by many demons....Polite demons that would open the door for a lady carrying too many parcels...BUT DEMONS NONETHELESS!!!! Yes. I have walked along the path of evil many times, it's a twisting, curving path that..actually leads to a charming plot garden, BUT BEYOND THAT EVIL!!!"



Everyone's suggestions have been "right on" I was thinking of just about everything everyone came up with. Well I am throwing in a few tonight, but Friday all day...and maybe into the early evening will officially be "WASH DAY" tune in!

Good work folks!

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 3:48 PM

KAREL

Flying on duct tape and a damaged registry.


A variation on an aforementioned theme --

Don Ho.

j/k,
--Karel.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 3:53 PM

D3RBY


Red Elvises
Camper Van Beethoven

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 4:09 PM

UNREGISTEREDCOMPANION


I think Wash is a parrot head...but then again...

Tenacious D - Friendship

"Friendship is rare,
Do you know what I'm sayin' to you?
Friendship is rare.
My derriere,
When you find out much later
That they don't really care.
It's rare to me, can't you see?
It's rare to me, can't you see?

Oh shit there's a bear,
Could you hand me that shotgun buddy,
Also that chair?
We're fighting a bear
Now your life's in grave danger
And you don't even care.
It's rare to me, can't you see?
It's rare to me, can't you see?
It's rare to me,
Say a prayer for me,
'Cause it's rare to be
In Tenacious D.

Friends will be friends
They're running naked in the sand,
Friends holding hands
Will someday surely form a band,
Friends will be friends
They say that friends are friends
To the bitter end.
Long-as-there's-a-record-deal-we'll-always-be-friends!
Long-as-there's-a-record-deal-we'll-always-be-friends!

Friends will be friends
They're running naked in the sand,
Friends holding hands
Will someday surely form a band,
Friends will be friends
They say that friends are friends
To the bitter end.
Long-as-there's-a-record-deal-we'll-always-be-friends!
Long as there's a record deal we'll always be friends, yeah"

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"Funny and sexy. You have no idea. And you never will."

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 4:57 PM

SHINYTALENT


I was going to go with Beach Boys, but I've been thinking on this long and hard- man like Wash with a wife like the good Zoe would have to listen to whatever she likes. So I'm gonna go with something more classical maybe Beethoven or Wagner at a push

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 5:27 PM

VIOLETRIX


Quote:

Kenny Loggins "Highway to the danger zone"


tenacious D! kenny loggins! weird al! i can see him listening to all of these things. something witty and funny and weird.
for my own wish fulfillment, i'd say that he listened to Queens of the Stone Age, but that's just because i love them so.
i'd have to say tenacious D and maybe something kinda mushy. like whatever "sensitive boys" listen to, because wash is a sensitive boy.

dude, i didn't know that that top gun song was kenny loggins. but now it all makes so much sense.

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 5:57 PM

ZOESBACKUP


Quote:

like whatever "sensitive boys" listen to, because wash is a sensitive boy.

dude, i didn't know that that top gun song was kenny loggins. but now it all makes so much sense.

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That was back in the 80s when it was ok to think Tom Cruise was hot and Kenny Loggins was cool.

LOL regarding Wash as a sensitive boy...I was seeing him sing to Chicago's "If you leave me now" but wasn't certain if Chicago would be melodramatic enough for him. I had forgotten about his "sensitive" side, so Chicago and perhaps the Bee Gees would be appropriate as well.

nice cover fire
Oh, and I also have a black belt in Smackdown Fu

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:08 PM

UNSARDONIC


Quote:

Originally posted by misterUniverse:
Everyone's suggestions have been "right on" I was thinking of just about everything everyone came up with.



Hi Mister...

I couldn't help but notice that no one suggested the single, most obvious one:

"Cry, Baby, Cry" from The Beatles White Album

...make your mother sigh "or your friends will think you're stupid, inbred stacks of meat"

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Thursday, January 5, 2006 7:47 PM

VIOLETRIX


Quote:

I was seeing him sing to Chicago's "If you leave me now"


yes!!

my brain is on vacation today; i'm trying to pack in as much battlestar galactica in as possible before the new season starts. i've never watched it before, so i'm trying to get the general gist of it. i can't think of anything good so i'll just think to myself how clever y'all are.



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Thursday, January 5, 2006 11:00 PM

RESE


It's probably too late to add my two-cents; went over to Amazon to get a couple of song titles, artists, etc. and got all engrossed in listening to the old, classic E.L.O. stuff -- added several to my wishlist, but I digress.

Here's my entry. This is a contest for something, right? Tee-hee.

Ride of the Valkyries - Bach
A Night on Bald Mountain - Stokoski (or Bach?)
In the Hall of the Mountain King - Bach
Also sprach Zarathustra - Bach

Symphony No. 4 'Italian' Saltarello: Presto (if you can find this one, you'll know why)

and from Jon Anderson of Yes, "Cage of Freedom" from Giorgio Moroder's "Metropolis (1984 rerelease of the 1924 film). Joss will know!

~rese~ "I'm old enough to be your, um, aunt!"

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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:24 AM

MISTERUNIVERSE


Quote:

Originally posted by misterUniverse:
I want to make a "Wash Day" at Browncoat Radio
and I need ideas on what to play. What do you think he liked?

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Wash Day - Browncoat Radio
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Friday, January 6, 2006 3:42 AM

BWARE42


Zamfir, Master of the Pan Flute
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I don't know why I wrote that...But there ya go!

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Friday, January 6, 2006 7:29 PM

UNSARDONIC


Quote:

Originally posted by rese:
Ride of the Valkyries - Bach
A Night on Bald Mountain - Stokoski (or Bach?)
In the Hall of the Mountain King - Bach
Also sprach Zarathustra - Bach

Symphony No. 4 'Italian' Saltarello: Presto (if you can find this one, you'll know why)



Oh rese, rese... sorry - somebody's gotta help ya here... luckily, ya got Supercharismatic Me ...(!!)...

"Ride of the Valkyries" is a piece from WAGNER (and NOT ...(oh gawd)... NOT... by MISTER Johann Sebastian (the imMORtal) Bach - it's specifically from, the 2nd portion of Wagner's "Ring of the Nibelungen" opera cycle, namely, "Die Walküre." Already been done in a movie, however, and... specifically... probably never will be a better usage of it (or, perhaps, any other piece of classical music, for that matter) than the air-mobile cavalry attack scene in Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now." "Can you say, 'I love the smell of napalm in the morning,' kids? ...I knew you could." Yup, only on fireflyfans.com can one find a quote of Mr. Rogers (allegedly) quoting Robert Duvall in a Francis Ford Coppola movie.

Now... you were warmer on "Night on Bald Mountain." That piece was by Modest Moussorsky, which Stokowski conducted a very, very famous recording of, namely, the usage of the piece at the end of Disney's original "Fantasia." There, it brilliantly (deLICIOUSLY) segued into Schubert's transcendant choral work, "Ave Maria."

Now, the next - "In the Hall of the Mountain King." This is by Edvard Grieg, Norway's greatest composer (see http://www.mnc.net/norway/EHG.htm) and... again, not Bach. Mind you, not to detract from Bach - I mean, I'm glad that the Wash-music-day made you investigate all this fabulous music - I mean... (check it out) Look What You Found(!!) that you'd never heard before (I'll wager)... I figger you won SOME kind of contest, eh? Are any of the folks on this forum aware that there are people on this page - or even alive in the 'Verse - who are Every Bit As (Absurdly) Passionate About ...Classical - and Jazz - and African - and Celtic music... as they are about all things Firefly/Serenity? ...'Course, I was THRILLED that I encountered someone on this site who knew who th'hell (the late, great and Immortal) Vivian Stanshall was. Anyway... "Mountain King" ...is from Grieg's 'Peer Gynt'... originally a ballet but mostly heard as an orchestral suite. Also on this ballet - just as highly recommended - one of history's most troublingly familiar melodic memories... an "ohrwürm," as the German's so charmingly call it... is another piece called "Anitra's Dance." Check it out... see if you can get it out of your head any better than ..."Froo-ty Oaty Bars, make a man out of a mouse"... ...dare I go on, Browncoats??

Now, I like how your suggestions are significantly cinematic - like the "Ride of the Valkyries," for example. Your next - again not by Bach - is "Also Sprach Zarathustra," the introduction to a tone-poem by Richard (NOT Johann, "The Waltz King") Strauss that, eventually, evolves into an achingly, heart-renchingly, beautiful piece for solo violin and orchestra... in fact, I'm reminded of Greg Edmondsen's painful violin piece for "The Funeral" episode of "Firefly," that he specifically wrote commemorating the death of "Firefly," because it had just been cancelled. Anyway... there probably is no more iconic a piece of music than "Also Sprach Zarathustra" so far as movies go, it being the principal theme to Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey," a movie which, if it had never been made... well... without "2001," there would have been no "Star Wars," nor its progeny such as... dare I say it(?)... "Serenity"... (??)

Lastly... just to mention... I totally agree with all these suggestions (although i think my suggestion for The Beatles' "Cry, Baby, Cry" is the only one on this forum I've heard that actually references a dialog quote directly from Joss Whedon, namely the original pilot of the "Firefly" TV series: ..."Cry baby cry," says Mal; "Make your mother sigh," responds Wash). Your Italian (4th) Symphony suggestion is so worthwhile... it's Mendelssohn, f'chrissakes(!!) - a member of that elite branch of study that I consider one of the most important that human beings can embark upon, namely: "child prodigies."

Mendelssohn wrote this piece when he was only 24 years old (ummm... just to mention... he'd already written fifTEEN symphonies before that... I mean, by the tender age of 24) and, by the time he died at the (potentially even more tender) age of 38, he was one of history's most respected and prolific composers. Only lived to be 38... dude... imagine that...

Anyway... hard to be more passionate about anything than good music... well... unless it's good movies... wait... wait... remembering... something to do with... "Never mind," Emily Litella, 1977.

Keep on rockin' - or jazzin' - or hiphoppin' - or afropoppin' - or classicalin'... "or your friends will think you're stupid, inbred stacks of meat."

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Friday, January 6, 2006 7:40 PM

UNSARDONIC


Quote:

Originally posted by BWare42:
I don't know why I wrote that...



...cauth you got a huge Thillineth Quothent, eh?

42(???)... hell, BWare of the Freakin' MICE, "or your friends will KNOW you're a stupid, inbred stack of meat."

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Friday, January 6, 2006 7:49 PM

SHIELDMAID


Most stuff by They Might Be Giants.

And the Ramones. Definitely the Ramones.

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Friday, January 6, 2006 9:26 PM

UNSARDONIC


AND... Mr. Bungle, eh?

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Saturday, January 7, 2006 6:52 AM

TREVOR


I could see Wash listening to all kinds of Reggae, be it Pop Reggae, like Buffet, or the more classical stuff. Anything with steel drums and island beats.

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Saturday, January 28, 2006 6:54 PM

FIAREYNNE


My two cents - Mal and Wash have two things in common. Zoe, and the Beatles.

Crybabies. The two lines that made me fall in love with Firefly in the first place, that exchange during the pilot?

MAL: Cry, baby, cry.
WASH: Make your mother sigh.

I like to tell myself it's an in joke.

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Sunday, January 29, 2006 8:20 AM

THEREAVER


Nine Inch Nails

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I'll eat your flesh.
I'll sew your skin into my clothes.
If you're very very lucky, I'll do it in that order - TheReaver

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Sunday, January 29, 2006 8:38 AM

MALBADLATIN


Oingo Boingo

The Beat Farmers

David Lindley

Red Hot Chile Peppers

Southern Culture on the Skids

Anything early 1980's alt rock.

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Sunday, January 29, 2006 8:59 AM

NUCKLES87


Jimmy Buffet.

Come on, the guy's always wearing Hawaiin shorts, he has palm trees all around the bridge, and likes tropical beaches. The guy is obviously a parrot head.

How's my firefly speak? Good? Bad? Fee-oo?

...It's fee-oo isn't it?

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Sunday, January 29, 2006 10:38 AM

PINBALLWIZARD


Queen and Zeppelin come to mind.

No, I am not insane, I am crazy. Thank you for asking.

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Sunday, January 29, 2006 11:53 AM

LITTLEMISSFOO


I know I'm late but had to say:

Brave Combo
The Ventures

and for flying the ship:
Gloria (nula in mundo pax sincera) by Vivaldi

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Sunday, January 29, 2006 1:34 PM

CAPELLA


Well, since he wears those Hawaii shirts and is a rather funny and relaxed guy mostly, he would definitly love Jack Johnson. He might also like Ben Harper. Neil Young could be his style, too. And he would love Edible Rock. All very relaxed music, with a lot of great guitar playing, cool lyrics and even though some things are criticized with the overall notion that the 'verse is a wonderful place and life is very well worse it.

Have fun,
Capella

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Sunday, January 29, 2006 1:41 PM

USUALLYCONTENT


My guess:

Jazz & Lounge, Funk and Fusion, with some blues and a nod to "Soft and Warm, the Quiet Storm" to share with Zoe when not on watch.

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