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Post 10 Feb 2021

Klf vs ent. Great video too

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Post 25 Feb 2021

Tend the flame

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challism
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Post 25 Feb 2021

I recently pulled out a few of my old favorite albums and they still sound as good as they ever did; stood the test of time, for sure.

The Cure - Mixed Up
Alice In Chains - Jar of Flies
Thievery Corporation - Richest Man in Babylon
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Post 04 Mar 2021

Wonderful music made by this RT user:
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And a Human Leagueish co-op by Isunray & Raymond/Cosmic Address:


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Post 06 Mar 2021

hello,

this is a wonderful live performance
the drummer is outstanding and the band is groovin
the quality of the recording and the live gear is impressive



it's mostly funk

cheers,

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Post 06 Mar 2021

littlejam wrote:
06 Mar 2021
this is a wonderful live performance
the drummer is outstanding and the band is groovin
the quality of the recording and the live gear is impressive
it's mostly funk
Yea it's good!

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Post 07 Mar 2021

Having an aphex twin revival. Normally I go for saw 1 but was playing the come to daddy ep tonight and my God. Bucephalus Bouncing Ball is insane and that sublime middle section. It's untoppable.

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Post 11 Mar 2021

The Battle of New Orleans in German!

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Post 13 Mar 2021

Liquid Tension Experiment 3 - drops next month after 22 years.
Tony Levin looks/plays the same - at 74 years old! wtf

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Post 31 Mar 2021

I fire up YouTube first thing in the morning and play whatever it recommends for me. Somehow I started getting dub techno stuff recommended to me, and some of it is nice and chill (great way to start my day with 4 screaming kids wanting food and lord knows what else). THIS though... this mix fucking POUNDS! Great groovy stuff that I'd probably bug out to on a dance floor, if there still were dance floors...


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Post 31 Mar 2021



Fuggin love it
You can check out my music here.
https://m.soundcloud.com/ericholmofficial

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Post 31 Mar 2021

and this...



It's warming up already here in the sunny south of Spain so...
You can check out my music here.
https://m.soundcloud.com/ericholmofficial

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Post 02 Apr 2021

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Post 09 Apr 2021

I recently discovered Karen Dalton. Apparently she was pretty active in the 1960s Greenwich Village scene. I like her voice... kind of like Neil Young meets Wayne Coyne.


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littlejam
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Post 09 Apr 2021

hello,

thanks for the karen dalton



here is another album which is more 'raw' natural recording
haunting
the youtube comments state to read her biography
not sure if i'm ready yet

reminds me of jj heller (somewhat gospel spiritual)



i forget where i found jj heller (perhaps it was here)

i like the neil young reference to karen dalton
helpless, like a hurricane, harvest moon...

such a good thread here in the kitchen

mahalos,

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Post 09 Apr 2021

littlejam wrote:
09 Apr 2021
hello,

thanks for the karen dalton

reminds me of jj heller (somewhat gospel spiritual)
Likewise, thank you for sharing JJ Heller. Never heard of her before, but I'm loving that first song already. Very nice sound, indeed.
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Post 09 Apr 2021

Thank's Littlejam & Challism for sharing music by Karen Dalton & JJ Heller, never heard them before, love it.
Oh, and thank's also the rest of you posting in this thread, sharing your musical discoveries & preferences!
I discovered my current favorite band in this thread, Drab Majesty, shared by "BSP"
viewtopic.php?f=11&p=384557&sid=224196c ... f0#p384557

Here's my contribution for tonight: I discovered James Gang, watching the Serpent series on Netflix;
Their hit song "Funk #49", performed 36 years after the release:

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Post 10 Apr 2021

jappe wrote:
09 Apr 2021
Thank's Littlejam & Challism for sharing music by Karen Dalton & JJ Heller, never heard them before, love it.
Oh, and thank's also the rest of you posting in this thread, sharing your musical discoveries & preferences!
I discovered my current favorite band in this thread, Drab Majesty, shared by "BSP"
viewtopic.php?f=11&p=384557&sid=224196c ... f0#p384557

Here's my contribution for tonight: I discovered James Gang, watching the Serpent series on Netflix;
Their hit song "Funk #49", performed 36 years after the release:
The Serpent was really good, wasn't it? Coincidentally, that was precisely where I heard Karen Dalton for the first time. I think her song comes on at the end of episode 4 or 5 (when they are opening the safe). I was thinking it was the Flaming Lips or maybe Neil Young. The show was set in the 70s, so I knew it was the lips, so I had to google it and discovered Karen Dalton.

I'm really enjoying JJ Heller, too. She has a very nice voice. Her voice and music kind of reminds me of Olivia Broadfield (lady who wrote "Stay" Reason demo song).

James Gang Funk #49 is a classic rock staple in the USA. It's played on just about every classic rock station across the USA. I guess it didn't make it across the pond, huh? That's a great tune.
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Post 10 Apr 2021

challism wrote:
09 Apr 2021
I recently discovered Karen Dalton. Apparently she was pretty active in the 1960s Greenwich Village scene. I like her voice... kind of like Neil Young meets Wayne Coyne.


Something on your mind is my favourite of hers.

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Post 10 Apr 2021

challism wrote:
10 Apr 2021
jappe wrote:
09 Apr 2021
Thank's Littlejam & Challism for sharing music by Karen Dalton & JJ Heller, never heard them before, love it.
Oh, and thank's also the rest of you posting in this thread, sharing your musical discoveries & preferences!
I discovered my current favorite band in this thread, Drab Majesty, shared by "BSP"
viewtopic.php?f=11&p=384557&sid=224196c ... f0#p384557

Here's my contribution for tonight: I discovered James Gang, watching the Serpent series on Netflix;
Their hit song "Funk #49", performed 36 years after the release:
The Serpent was really good, wasn't it? Coincidentally, that was precisely where I heard Karen Dalton for the first time. I think her song comes on at the end of episode 4 or 5 (when they are opening the safe). I was thinking it was the Flaming Lips or maybe Neil Young. The show was set in the 70s, so I knew it was the lips, so I had to google it and discovered Karen Dalton.

I'm really enjoying JJ Heller, too. She has a very nice voice. Her voice and music kind of reminds me of Olivia Broadfield (lady who wrote "Stay" Reason demo song).

James Gang Funk #49 is a classic rock staple in the USA. It's played on just about every classic rock station across the USA. I guess it didn't make it across the pond, huh? That's a great tune.
Hah, nice coincidence!
I'll keep my ears open when I come to that episode then, good series. [EDIT: 54.00,E5]
Funk#49 probably made it over the pond, but I was more into "twinkle twinkle little star" back then :thumbup:
But I do remember singing along with dad to "in the summertime" by Mungo Jerry. Morphed lyrics, but still :D

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Post 10 Apr 2021

Love is suicide 1984

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Post 10 Apr 2021

Jean MIchel Jarre: Amazone Bin-Aural version......very nice soundpalette and story!
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