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Now that I've listened to the Yes Album - I need another dose - CLOSE TO THE EDGE............................ @Audrey Tori is next up on my list - Thank you for reminding me of her amazing talent......

 

 

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I’ve been digging into a lot of the older Nine Inch Nails remixes lately. Something about the old school drum samples and the gritty sequenced bass patterns and treble heavy percussive guitars just haven’t been replicated since. It instils this odd sinister ecstasy and feeling of power. 
 

 

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4 hours ago, Rosie. said:

I’ve been digging into a lot of the older Nine Inch Nails remixes lately. Something about the old school drum samples and the gritty sequenced bass patterns and treble heavy percussive guitars just haven’t been replicated since. It instils this odd sinister ecstasy and feeling of power. 

 

 

So very true. Reznor is a real one of a kind. Been a big fan since the early-ish 90's. And while I do like a lot of his newer stuff, I feel like nothing I've come across in the music world quite compares to the expert layering and, as you said "gritty sequenced" sounds from his Downward Spiral and Fragile eras. (Though I'm glad he's sober now.) Even his NIN debut, Pretty Hate Machine was groundbreaking with its "Industrial, but very catchy and accessible" vibe.

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This Natalie Merchant song always brings a tear to my eye. I discovered it during one of the hardest times in my life, and whenever I hear it I remember how far I've come from those dark days.

 

 

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~Audrey.

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I'm listening to Silverhorse this morning

 

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Bitter sweet - a firned is dying - our love of music lives on.......................

 

 

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Going down POCO memory lane..............

 

 

 

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Jackie C.

New from Lindsey Sterling. Had me bawling. I'm probably going to have to work out why with my therapist.

 

 

Hugs!

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Don't know why - but this song keeps wandering through my head the past few days................ AH - "Be yourself no matter what they say" lyric......now I get it................

 

 

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On 1/15/2021 at 2:06 PM, Jackie C. said:

New from Lindsey Sterling. Had me bawling. I'm probably going to have to work out why with my therapist.

 

 

Hugs!

I couldn't finish it..my daughter and I are estranged at the moment 😭

 

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The Hu.  Mongolian rock band.  This is some interesting music.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Sally Stone said:

The Hu.  Mongolian rock band.  This is some interesting music.

I've heard these folks.  Cool music!!

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More Natalie Merchant today. This is one of my all-time favorite songs. There is a music video too, showing Natalie walking the streets of NYC during the 1980's in stunning black-and-white video.

 

 

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~Audrey.

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And to think - this album was made in a bedroom studio.........

 

 

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Great record!!

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A little known band - but I love the song - says so much I relate.................

 

 

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Their first album was recorded LIVE - Tony Kaye from Yes was a member...............

 

 

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Their first album with Steve Howe's Band TOMORROW before YES........ White Bicycle was a UK hit......

 

 

 

 

 

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Time for some fine guitar work...................

 

 

 

 

 

 

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