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MarkTarlton
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Post 11 Oct 2023

I have been working on a lot of original stuff and band projects, but this one just came out and I'm very proud of it. Chris Robinson from the Black Crowes is putting it out on his label Silver Arrow Records which is part of Sony! We have moved on up to a bigger label, and are on tour, started yesterday at The Warfield in San Francisco, dream gig for us. Please give us a listen and thanks for getting this far.


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Post 12 Oct 2023

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jappe
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Post 14 Oct 2023



So the past 2 days, my favorite folk music group Värttinä had 355 views on this masterpiece performance.
And their channel has 3280 subscribers.

They deserve better.


rorystorm
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Post 16 Oct 2023



Excellent track. Hard to know exactly when its from. Maybe early 90s. I love Chris and cosey, much more than tg

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dvdrtldg
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Post 17 Oct 2023

Great track! Hadn't heard it before. Chris and Cosey are by far my favourite post-TG incarnation, but I always think of TG as being a bit like the Beatles - very patchy, but their best work is untouchable, and the various aftermath projects never quite measured up. I can never see what all the fuss is about with Coil. And Psychic TV were a bad joke

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Post 26 Oct 2023

I'm at an experimental music festival in Dunedin. First night, five fantastic acts, reminding me why I love this stuff. One I vibed to the most were this amazing drone/coldwave duo called ov pain.



And so much more to come, surface of the earth, dead c.....

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Post 31 Oct 2023

it's a hot hot day, first really hot day of the year, so I'm listening to King Tubby's Meets Rockers Uptown, because, of course I am.
Sounds fucking great loud.


This is like, masterclass.

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Post 31 Oct 2023

and this one is even better

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Loque
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Post 01 Nov 2023

Heard this once in a movie. Great track.

Reason12, Win10

rorystorm
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Post 01 Nov 2023

Loque wrote:
01 Nov 2023
Heard this once in a movie. Great track.

Yeah, I really like the Revolutionaries, fantastic piece of music.

Edit - started checking out the bandcamp page of the label this is on, its great. Randomly started listening to this, amazing....

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Post 01 Nov 2023

Ah, this thread has taken a roots turn! Excellent, keep it up


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Post 01 Nov 2023



This floored me.. holy shit. :clap:

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Post 02 Nov 2023

dvdrtldg wrote:
01 Nov 2023
Ah, this thread has taken a roots turn! Excellent, keep it up

ah this is great! when I was a kid we used to sing that Peter Paul and Mary song in music at primary school.

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Post 03 Nov 2023

Anand now for something completely different. I'm flying back down to Dunedin tomorrow to see these guys.



Thats me dancing at the start of this video.

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Aosta
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Post 03 Nov 2023

Ed Sheeran can rap, like actually rap :shock:

Tend the flame

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jappe
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Post 03 Nov 2023

My sister introduced me to Marley, Tosh, Toots, Cliff etc in the 80's, great music to revisit.







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Post 07 Nov 2023

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Post 07 Nov 2023



I heard this for the first time last week. I never knew Rhythm of the Night was borrowing the vocal line from another song. In any case, they are both bangers!

:reason: 12, Win11

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Post 10 Nov 2023



One of my favourite records. This has Impressively terrible hippy rave visuals and a fucking stormer version of Moaner thats not on thd cd release.

Thinking as I was listening to it about how Born Slippy is the Stairway of my (cultural, chronological) generation - its length, its ubiquity, its genius, its influence and its sheer wtf is he talking about lyrics. It still rules.

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Post 12 Nov 2023

Karen Carpenter bashing the actual shit out her kit at 18. Not often you want a drum solo to go on for longer...


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Post 12 Nov 2023

If she'd been born 12 years later she'd have been the drummer for Black Flag

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Post 21 Nov 2023

The Chase by Georgio Moroder

Music lover/explorer extraordinaire, guitar player fair, and still have my hair at 60.

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Post 03 Dec 2023

- Certified Reason expert

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Post 13 Dec 2023

The YT algorithm served me this little Norwegian lo-fi gem today. Sounds a bit like Nils Lofgren:


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