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Stormzy says "F*ck the Government and f*ck Boris".

Whether the music is to your taste or not, this is a fantastic video:

 

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27 minutes ago, InstrEd said:

Mesh you do have very diverse taste in music. Love that!

Variety is the spice to life!

I do like anything melodic and musical, but do tend to gravitate towards guitar stuff as it's easy to relate to. Believe it or not, I like classical to Disco too. :D

 

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I like this thread, it exposes me to music I didn't know existed, some of which I enjoyed immensely.

Some more variety. Putumayo puts out some unusual stuff, always well produced. Here is one of my favorites.

An Afro-Portuguese Oddyssey - various artists

 

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8 hours ago, Mesh said:

 

 

Wow, there's TWO of 'em??!  I thought that was Tal in the picture!  Noice. 😃

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That Boss distortion pedal gave it the edge she needed ;) 

 

 

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Wish I could've solo'd at 13 like this....very good version!

 

 

Listened to a few more of Chelsea's tracks and she's seriously talented.....she has played live with Steve Morse back in 2003.

 

 

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Lachto Drom (Safe Journey) - various artists

Very different and entertaining "Gypsy" music from India to Spain

I especially like the Romanian (Taraf de Haidouks) and French segments

 

 

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Another excellent guitar duo.....love their upbeat style:

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mesh said:

Pretty cool drum instruments...

 

 

Probably my worst nightmare - hippies with drums. I with Cartman on this one.

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The best live Blues album I've ever heard and one of the best life any-kind-of albums I've ever heard.

James had the audience in the palm of his hand. Listen to him tease them with song titles woven into sentences or short lines only go into another song so that later when he dies those same songs the crowd goes wild. Listening this one over and over again, not just for the music (which is great) but for the way James controls the audience is school for musicians.

Live At The Apollo 1962 - James Brown & The Famous Flames

 

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4 hours ago, Mesh said:

Another excellent guitar duo.....love their upbeat style:

 

 

I saw them when they were out this way.  Very fun night and Gabriela is hot. :)

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