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40 minutes ago, Mesh said:

 

Hey!  He's using a two string bass now!  Twice as good as only one string!  😂

 

(I do like the HU though.)

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"The Cat" - Jimmy Smith

 

Great B3 playing, excellent guitar work by Kenny Burrell and awesome arrangements by Lalo Schifrin. One of my favorite Jimmy Smith albums.

 

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2 hours ago, craigb said:

 

Hey!  He's using a two string bass now!  Twice as good as only one string!  😂

 

(I do like the HU though.)

That´s the first time I have heard a rock song with Mongolian overtone singing and instruments.

Well done, this track.

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Not very musical, but always worth a listen, John Bercow - The Speaker of the House (somewhat different from Pelosi)

 

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Some very talented musicians...she's very good.

 

 

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18 hours ago, Pragi said:

That´s the first time I have heard a rock song with Mongolian overtone singing and instruments.

Well done, this track.

Agreed!!

Really like their style and been listening to whatever YT has on them. The vocals (especially the lower parts) remind me of Rammstein.  

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I've got a CD of Tuvan Throat singing, and it's amazing when one guy can sing 3 notes at once.

"The Lady Is A Trump" - Buddy Greco live on vocals and piano - this is how it's done.

 

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22 hours ago, Pragi said:

New Order - Power, Corruption and Lies 

 

just saw them a week ago, boring they were :/

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1 hour ago, pwalpwal said:

just saw them a week ago, boring they were :/

Thanks for the info.

Sad to hear that they have lost the live performance  power  .

 

 

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Crosseyed Cat - Muddy Waters

Because every now and then a little Muddy is good for one's soul.

With Muddy, James Cotton, Pinetop Perkins, Johnny Winter and the rest of the gang, the blues doesn't get better than this. I'd love to have played sax on this session.

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13 minutes ago, Pragi said:

Thanks for the info.

Sad to hear that they have lost the live performance  power  .

 

 

well, everyone else i was with enjoyed it, but they're not so gig-going as i, so if you're a fan then you'd probably enjoy them 🤷‍♂️

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Occupational dilemma of one who makes his living playing music.

I never get to hear anyone live unless they are playing on the same bill as me. Why? Whenever someone comes to town, I'm gigging. (I'm not complaining though, I'd really rather play than listen).

Notes

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1 hour ago, pwalpwal said:

well, everyone else i was with enjoyed it, but they're not so gig-going as i, so if you're a fan then you'd probably enjoy them 🤷‍♂️

But boring is very boring,or ? 😂

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2 hours ago, Wibbles said:

New Order aren't so new anymore.

Beach Boys aren't boys anymore.

New Kids on the Block aren't kids anymore

Young Rascals are neither young nor rascals anymore

Kid Rock ain't no kid no more

New Edition is old

if the Four Freshmen haven't graduated by now they are the Four Flunkies

moral: be careful when naming your act if you expect to hang around for a few decades

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