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Raw Feb 25

Cilian O'Tuama wrote:
One more track from me for tonight, if anyone's interested. You gotta listen loud though. Pretty powerful stuff.

That started off quiet and ended up, as promised, loud. Think that's the first Dave Matthews song I've ever intentionally listened to. Pretty good too.

Dan


 

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She isn't. Feb 25

Chris S wrote:

I don’t “do” jazz so I don’t know if she is any good.



She isn't.


 

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Result! Feb 25

Tom in London wrote:
Chris S wrote:
I don’t “do” jazz so I don’t know if she is any good.

She isn't.

Schadenfreude overdrive. And coming from you, Tom, that makes it all the more special.

To be fair, she is a pianist first. But like I said during that massage, keep doing what you’re doing with your fingers darling but for chrissakes keep your gob shut.


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Tom in London
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In fact Feb 25

I was referring to her piano playing more than her singing. There's nothing fair about it.

Now be serious for a moment and listen to this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uco5FNbjqv0

[Edited at 2021-02-25 09:44 GMT]


 

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Oddly enough Feb 25

This thread made me revisit some of my old favorite bands. This is one of them:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqYac8gFQNs

I discovered this band around the time they first burst onto the underground stoner rock scene in the late 00s. Not many people knew about them at the time (or if they did, they thought they were a bit too jazzy or artsy), so I considered myself one of
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This thread made me revisit some of my old favorite bands. This is one of them:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqYac8gFQNs

I discovered this band around the time they first burst onto the underground stoner rock scene in the late 00s. Not many people knew about them at the time (or if they did, they thought they were a bit too jazzy or artsy), so I considered myself one of the privileged few who actually knew of and enjoyed this amazing band (at least here in Turkey). They eventually got their well-deserved fame, but still they are relatively unknown to the mainstream music fans. I thought I had to share this for the benefit of those looking for new stuff to listen to. Give it a try, you won't regret it, if you do, apologies in advance.
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Jazzism Feb 25

Tom in London wrote:
Now be serious for a moment and listen to this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uco5FNbjqv0

I tried.

But I'm jazz-blind. They all sound the same to me. Could be any hotel lobby in the world. Well, maybe not around Paddington.

Which is a failing, I accept. I have a modest amount of training and experience as a musician and composer, yet I still don't get it.

Stop noodling around and play a tune, man!

And he really needs to work on his posture. My lumbar discs are crying out in sympathy.


[Edited at 2021-02-25 10:27 GMT]


 

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Musical paralysis Feb 25

Many bands I listen to are about to or have celebrated their 50 years on stage: ZZ Top, Black Sabbath, the Rolling Stones... My latest serious live concert was err, AC/DC in err, 2016.
Musical paralysis hit me hard. I haven't spent a whole day in disc shops for decades. I am stuck with Dr Feelgood, Stevie Ray Vaughan and John Lee Hooker, The Clash, the Ramones and the Cramps, the Doors, Led Zeppelin and the Stooges, although I sometimes catch a glimpse of the 2000s with the White Stripes,
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Many bands I listen to are about to or have celebrated their 50 years on stage: ZZ Top, Black Sabbath, the Rolling Stones... My latest serious live concert was err, AC/DC in err, 2016.
Musical paralysis hit me hard. I haven't spent a whole day in disc shops for decades. I am stuck with Dr Feelgood, Stevie Ray Vaughan and John Lee Hooker, The Clash, the Ramones and the Cramps, the Doors, Led Zeppelin and the Stooges, although I sometimes catch a glimpse of the 2000s with the White Stripes, the Strokes, Franz Ferdinand or the Muse.
To worsen it all, the leader of one of my favorite French bands of all times from the late 80s killed his girlfriend. I just feel sad listening to their songs: Les écorchés, A l'arrière des taxis, Le vent nous portera, Tostaky, Aux sombres héros de l'amer...

Philippe
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And tonight I have a lullaby: Feb 26

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6UvKxDvcBM

followed by a bit of a mild waker-upper:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7UroD9k-OU

Both old. Still as good as ever. I never tire of either.
We'll get to jazz later.
Tell me when to stop, and may
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6UvKxDvcBM

followed by a bit of a mild waker-upper:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7UroD9k-OU

Both old. Still as good as ever. I never tire of either.
We'll get to jazz later.
Tell me when to stop, and maybe I will
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Spotify, the French and fallen idols Feb 26

Philippe Etienne wrote:
Many bands I listen to are about to or have celebrated their 50 years on stage: ZZ Top, Black Sabbath, the Rolling Stones... My latest serious live concert was err, AC/DC in err, 2016.

It’s not a bad rut to be stuck in though... The Stones were my last concert and they weren’t too shabby for a bunch of octogenarians. I find Spotify suggests lots of new stuff in the same vein as the bands I used to like, which is helping me bridge the two worlds.

To worsen it all, the leader of one of my favorite French bands of all times from the late 80s killed his girlfriend. I just feel sad listening to their songs

I used to love a French band called Trust. On-ti-so-cial. Very much of its era I imagine. No idea what they were on about but punky French sounds really cool to my ears. Will check them out again today.

It’s hard when real life interferes with your favourite music. I can’t imagine what it must be like to have been a Gary Glitter or Lost Prophets superfan. It is for similar reasons that I avoid interviews with my heroes. You want them to remain gods in your eyes. It’s hard enough them turning fat, bald and jowly on stage.

Luckily Sinead O’Connor was always nuts so she can’t disappoint me.


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Antisocial Feb 26

Chris S wrote:
I used to love a French band called Trust. On-ti-so-cial. Very much of its era I imagine. No idea what they were on about but punky French sounds really cool to my ears. Will check them out again today.


That was my favorite Anthrax song as a kid, I had no idea it was a Trust cover (well, had I known English back then I might have read it in the cassette sleeve that it was a cover). Thanks to Youtube I managed to listen to the original decades later...




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And women Feb 26

I remember Trust being felt-penned on repurposed military school bags, together with Téléphone, when I was 11-12. Therefore I'm likely younger than you lads. I don't know Anthrax much, but I had no idea Antisocial had spread over the border. Just like "Comme d'habitude" exported to "My way" by Sinatra!

Reading about Sinead made me think of Bjork, somehow. Time to pay tribute to women in blues/rock music: Patty Smith, Blondie, Joan Jett, Four Non-Blondes, Janis Joplin, Aretha Frank
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I remember Trust being felt-penned on repurposed military school bags, together with Téléphone, when I was 11-12. Therefore I'm likely younger than you lads. I don't know Anthrax much, but I had no idea Antisocial had spread over the border. Just like "Comme d'habitude" exported to "My way" by Sinatra!

Reading about Sinead made me think of Bjork, somehow. Time to pay tribute to women in blues/rock music: Patty Smith, Blondie, Joan Jett, Four Non-Blondes, Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse, the Cranberries, Nina Simone, Sheryl Crow... Even Bananarama and the Bangles!
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Let's not forget Feb 26

Fiona https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoeIeg_JvoA

Philippe Etienne wrote:

Time to pay tribute to women in blues/rock music: Patty Smith, Blondie, Joan Jett, Four Non-Blondes, Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse, the Cranberries, Nina Simone, Sheryl Crow... Even Bananarama and the Bangles!


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Wicked Woman Feb 27

Check out this lovely voice:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wGs_tIRINU&ab_channel=DB557


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On the subject of them women: Feb 27

Thanks Philippe for the reminders - bringing back memories, some not so recent...
Here are a few that spring to mind:

joan armatrading
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqLbFlPws4U

nina simone
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SE1VrzT6RrQ

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Thanks Philippe for the reminders - bringing back memories, some not so recent...
Here are a few that spring to mind:

joan armatrading
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqLbFlPws4U

nina simone
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SE1VrzT6RrQ

eva cassidy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTNLYeaL7No

marla glen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uffo3L3IpQ
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Women rock Feb 27

Philippe Etienne wrote:

I remember Trust being felt-penned on repurposed military school bags, together with Téléphone, when I was 11-12. Therefore I'm likely younger than you lads. I don't know Anthrax much, but I had no idea Antisocial had spread over the border. Just like "Comme d'habitude" exported to "My way" by Sinatra!

Reading about Sinead made me think of Bjork, somehow. Time to pay tribute to women in blues/rock music: Patty Smith, Blondie, Joan Jett, Four Non-Blondes, Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse, the Cranberries, Nina Simone, Sheryl Crow... Even Bananarama and the Bangles!


Vanessa Dias covering Adele's "Hello:" Def. prefer it to the original. From 2015
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZSW51EeOAQ

Flora Cavina (young artist):
Genesis cover of "Firth of Fifth" (from 2016)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3-BevscSSM&list=PLDbHgmqAUK-FbpZN7iR9WtHcPoLm_I7uU

PJ Harvey: "The Wheel" from her album "The Hope Six Demolition Project" (2016)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ReW0jJkag8&list=RD7ReW0jJkag8&start_radio=1&t=32

Flashback:
Jane Child: "Biology" from her debut album "Jane Child" (1989)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=becepLoP_00

[Edited at 2021-02-27 10:19 GMT]


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