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    Thanks for the compliment. I enjoy most music but lately I am draw to Egyptian trap music as well as pretty much any gorgeous female voice I can find. My taste in music has been based on my need to make drum beats. I try to take little parts that sound cool to me and see if I can turn that into something. I've got several hours of recordings on my phone and computer. They are very rough and poor equipment doesn't help but it's how I keep myself entertained. Love your red hair by the way. My hair was that color many many years ago.

 

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@Niamh Pendulum is really good. I like the vibe. I like how the happy face is upside down headphones.  🙃

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The Phish Channel 29 on Sirius XM, jam on....

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I love Tal Wilkenfeld on bass .....

 

 

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She rocks my world....so talented.....

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Thanks to @Abi I've been exploring all sorts of Electro Swing stuff. But in among the youtube search results I came across this... (Love it)
 

 

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I loved the Eurythmics @Niamh. This is an outstanding cover. You give my song choices far too much credit. Thank you.

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What a great voice Tal has!  

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The Version our band does - I think I'll do the sunglasses bit

 

 

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Such an underappreciated Canadian guitar.....

 

 

 

 

 

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one more for good measure

 

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Madame Butterfly is a true story!

 

Butterfly,” the 1988 Pulitzer-winning drama based on the true story of the disgraced French diplomat and convicted spy — Bernard Boursicot — who, to the world's astonishment, learned at his trial that the Chinese woman who had been his secret lover for nearly 20 years was a man.

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soooo smooth..."Take a Giant Step" by Taj Mahal(1969), and it's just got that cadence...

 

"come with me, your yesterday your yesterday behind"

"and take a giant step outside your mind"

 

 

 

 

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This was written 50 years ago, but, but......

 

It's dark, it's stark, and disturbingly sounds a bit contemporary...

 

"poisoning their brainwashed minds"

 

 

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This is a great song and a warning to be aware!

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Especially for Jani and Cyndi - ever heard of capo-ing a bass?

 

 

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5 hours ago, Shay said:

ever heard of capo-ing a bass?

No!  And she played a number of barred chords.  I suppose she could have reached many of those notes with a 5 string. 

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Amy Lee and Evanescence.  The band is releasing a new album called "The Bitter Truth," but they are doing it song by song. It's so nice to finally get brand new material.  Here is their first release from the new album "Use My Voice."  Speaking of voices, I love Amy's voice.

 

 

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Here is an interesting thing I learned - I saw Brewer & Shipley years ago and they mentioned the JUSY BEFORE "One Toke Over the Line" was certified gold - the FCC found out what TOKE meant and banned the song. They mentioned that the song was the only song that could make the claim that it was covered by The Grateful Dead and Lawrence Welk... and here is the Welk version - check out Lawrence at the end talking about a new "gospel" song.... tee hee hee

 

 

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LOL Mr Welk had no idea did he?

Pretty bad rendition of that song too.

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