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    Music

    This thread is for people to post whatever music they wish... Within reason off course...

    I'll kick it off.

    Enjoy...



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    A bit of 60s: Going Up The Country by Canned Heat

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    I'm right into Bluegrass, this clip is different, I think I like it, must like it! I keep goin back.

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    You can embed a youtube video using the Insert Video Clip option (second last icon in the default toolbar)
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    Quote Originally Posted by flynnaus View Post
    You can embed a youtube video using the Insert Video Clip option (second last icon in the default toolbar)
    Thanks Flynn, must have read my mind, I wondered how you did that.

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    Loving childish gambinos new song at the moment
    https://youtu.be/VYOjWnS4cMY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    I'm right into Bluegrass, this clip is different, I think I like it, must like it! I keep goin back.

    Love dead south. That whistle gets stuck in your brain for days
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    Listen at your own risk.
    Until i found this song i never had an answer to what my favourite song is but i think this one is it.
    The Sempiternal album is one of few i have on vinyl.


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    Been listening to this lately, gotta love a metal drummer on the Timpanis (couple of versions)



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    Always brings a lump to the throat (probably showing my age now...)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Owlee View Post
    Loving childish gambinos new song at the moment
    https://youtu.be/VYOjWnS4cMY
    Its taken 25yrs but maybe we are finally getting some hip hop with something to say about the state of the world (other than blowing on about sex, drugs and getting rich).
    The state of music in the me generation is generally pretty average. And Im being polite here. Wheres the protest songs people?

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    Crank it up...



    Cheers.

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    Love "The Dead South" Yelta.

    I'm a bit computer illiterate but I will see if I can get this video up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
    Love "The Dead South" Yelta.

    I'm a bit computer illiterate but I will see if I can get this video up.
    Thanks Rocky, as you know I'm also a Jethro Tull fan, Thick As A Brick, one of their best.
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    Happy Ending - Joe Jackson & Elaine Caswell

    This one slipped quietly by in the early 80's, fantastic duet.

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    A friend of mine writes a pretty solid tune. Shes not a bad singer either.

    https://youtu.be/6xc84Syswgg
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    A long time very good friend of mine puts some listenable stuff together as well, currently touring Europe.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcD9EKeCtIY

    Great live act too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonar View Post
    A long time very good friend of mine puts some listenable stuff together as well, currently touring Europe.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcD9EKeCtIY

    Great live act too.
    Saw Stella Donnelly recently, I was really impressed. Great musician and songwriter

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    I have pretty broad tastes in music but there is something I love about this band
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    Quote Originally Posted by flynnaus View Post
    You can embed a youtube video using the Insert Video Clip option (second last icon in the default toolbar)
    Please excuse my ignorance, but where can I find the default toolbar? I use Firefox.

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    Directly above where you typed in your response.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ajayro57 View Post
    Please excuse my ignorance, but where can I find the default toolbar? I use Firefox.
    I wondered this for a long time since the forum software was updated a few years ago. You need to go into the site 'settings' (top right), the select ' general settings', then under 'message editor interface', change the option from 'basic' to 'standard'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Javaphile View Post
    Directly above where you typed in your response.


    Java "Tools!" phile
    He probably can't see that toolbar......when the forum software was updated years ago the default 'message editor interface' defaulted to 'basic' for some people (some browsers?). Took me ages to work it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry O'Speedwagon View Post
    He probably can't see that toolbar......when the forum software was updated years ago the default 'message editor interface' defaulted to 'basic' for some people (some browsers?). Took me ages to work it out.
    Well that's a horse of a different color! Hahaha


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    Quote Originally Posted by Javaphile View Post
    Well that's a horse of a different color! Hahaha


    Java "Blast from the past" phile

    I just thought I was a little dim....then I figured....there must be some setting that is causing this

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    Took me ages to figure out what it was.

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    Perla Batalla & Julie Christensen - Anthem

    Fantastic rendition of this great Leonard Cohen song.



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    I like this thread, good idea. A bit of instrumental music for my part.



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    This Spike Jones propaganda clip from the second world war is a classic.

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    Jazz ukulele, pretty good.Yardbird Suite - Charlie Parker

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    I really like that the last one you posted Yelta.

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    Nice thread!
    Just a little song to keep in the pocket for a rainy day...
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    Normally, I'm attracted to music that shows a little more teeth than both the one above and this one, and also I think it's a shame that Joe Henry had to drag God into this, but this is still just a gorgeous song:

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    Little depressing, but a fantastic cover by Mr cash
    https://youtu.be/vt1Pwfnh5pc

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    Another one who can make whistling sound like a good idea...
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    While we're on the Joe Henry thing.....with the great William Bragg Esq.

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    Billy Bragg! I think I like him.

    Found his version of this Woody Guthrie song a while back, catchy tune from a different era.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Billy Bragg! I think I like him.

    Found his version of this Woody Guthrie song a while back, catchy tune from a different era.
    Yeh, I've seen Billy in concert here and in the UK several times. He can certainly be a polarising character, but he's a funny bloke, and it's always a great night out. He did 2 albums of Guthrie covers with Wilco.
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    Billy Bragg...I have a very irrational love of his cover of Joanna Newsom from The Voice Project. The whole Voice Project is worth checking out, by the way, lots of interesting more or less off the cuff covers and a great cause.
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    I wish Avishai Cohen would always stick to the bass and never sing Israeli folk songs...

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    Went to see the grunge band Mudhoney in Copenhagen a couple of years ago. Two more to me unknown names on the bill. Beer in the bar after the first - boring - band. Three rather rough looking old geezers caught my eye in the bar and I remember thinking how great it was that they'd gotten themselves out to listen to some music. Five minutes later they were on stage kicking off what is to this day one of my best concert experiences. The floor was suddenly full of Aussies going crazy to Cosmic Psychos. Excellently primitive stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by knastoer View Post
    I wish Avishai Cohen would always stick to the bass and never sing Israeli folk songs...
    Reminds me of some of the music of The Dave Brubeck Quartet from the late 50's, I prefer Brubeck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knastoer View Post
    Went to see the grunge band Mudhoney in Copenhagen a couple of years ago. Two more to me unknown names on the bill. Beer in the bar after the first - boring - band. Three rather rough looking old geezers caught my eye in the bar and I remember thinking how great it was that they'd gotten themselves out to listen to some music. Five minutes later they were on stage kicking off what is to this day one of my best concert experiences. The floor was suddenly full of Aussies going crazy to Cosmic Psychos. Excellently primitive stuff!
    Our taste in music diverges dramatically here Knastoer.
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    I like this chick...



    Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knastoer View Post
    Went to see the grunge band Mudhoney in Copenhagen a couple of years ago. Two more to me unknown names on the bill. Beer in the bar after the first - boring - band. Three rather rough looking old geezers caught my eye in the bar and I remember thinking how great it was that they'd gotten themselves out to listen to some music. Five minutes later they were on stage kicking off what is to this day one of my best concert experiences. The floor was suddenly full of Aussies going crazy to Cosmic Psychos. Excellently primitive stuff!
    Ive been a fan of this band for 30 years here a clip from an earlier(more innocent?) time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Reminds me of some of the music of The Dave Brubeck Quartet from the late 50's, I prefer Brubeck.
    I also like Brubeck, but he's gone. I saw a great A. Cohen performance a couple of years ago...
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    Our taste in music diverges dramatically here Knastoer.
    I have a broad taste in music, Cosmic Psychos were great fun to see live (not that I think you'd enjoy that either)

    Elvis and Roy Orbison are also gone - but here is Marlon Williams, and in two weeks time I'll be at his concert at the Roskilde Festival...

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    While we're on the Hebrew side of things, I'm quite into this tune of Bela Kovacs, and this guy does it well:



    I also like Kinky Friedman, but almost everything he does is likely to offend someone if they don't get where he's coming from. Just do a search.
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    Tony Allen and some Haitian traditional musicians
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