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Music You Know and Love but Most Do Not...

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posted on Feb, 15 2017 @ 04:46 PM
a reply to: Baddogma

Chrissie Hynde? Naaaw, your ears are wonky.

Happy VD, BD! Em, probably you can learn to become a curmudgeon and then it just happens naturally, I assume.
Here is your valentine's present to help you achieve your goal; all curmudgeons worth their salt wear a bunnet.

Another lady, Liz Fraser, also amazing (Lorelei)

And oooh, since we're repeating - Pogies, Boys from the County Hell xxx

posted on Feb, 16 2017 @ 12:06 PM
So my ex-high school class president is in town for some week long conference. He's basically the guy who turned me really onto punk rock music (The Clash, Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, Ramones, Violent Femmes... they were all first heard by TEOT at this guy's house). Don't get me wrong, we still listened to Sabbath and The Who but there was something about punk that we bonded over.

Anyhoo, he's given up guitar (??!!! the bastid!) and now plays... bagpipes!! So heard all about bagpipes last night. And then we started talking about banjo. which is when I mentioned my cover of Come as you are. He told me to look up the following...

AC/DC's Thunderstruck... on bagpipes!!

Got to love the Mohawk and leather kilt!! The FIRE is just icing on the cake!


*to the killer B's... beansihe and Baddogma*

...happy belated VD!
edit on 16-2-2017 by TEOTWAWKIAIFF because: TEOT thinks he is funny! lol

posted on Feb, 16 2017 @ 02:46 PM

Cool as

You might like the Red Hot Chili Pipers if that amuses you:

Smoke on the Water

The best piper by a mile is Martin Bennett (RIP).


Killer B's

I haven't thought about bees for ages, not since a long discussion with some lovely folk at Baddog's other thread.

Happy VD to you too, buddy, hope you had a good one (ie not aeroplane food in a checked bunnet)

posted on Feb, 16 2017 @ 03:12 PM
a reply to: beansidhe

You had me at "Red Hot Chili Pipers"!! But to top it with Deep Purple!!...

*Mike Meyer's voice* If it's not Scottish... it's CRAP!

Proclaimers - I would walk 500 miles

Nazareth - Hair of The Dog

posted on Feb, 16 2017 @ 03:50 PM

Hugs back at ye! Sometimes you just can't beat a bit of Deep Purple piped by some sweaty Scottish blokes.

Sunshine on Leith

posted on Feb, 18 2017 @ 05:49 AM
a reply to: Baddogma

I hate rap and hiphoppidyhops, but gotta say, i am feeling this one. Frigging awesome.

posted on Feb, 18 2017 @ 06:20 AM
This is a pretty strange choice for a 55 year old white Australian guy . Body count with born dead , it could almost be the social justice warriors anthem although i dont believe it mentions Muslims . A fair bit that is sung about have been hot topics on ATS from time to time . Oakland ring a bell . Seems not much has changed in 23 years , Chicago and Oakland are the same . The middle east is home to coalition forces .
Warning , a bit of swearing to start with .

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posted on Feb, 20 2017 @ 05:11 PM
a reply to: solve

Gotta say, it would've helped to know what the heck they were saying, but I'll take your word for it!

posted on Feb, 20 2017 @ 05:14 PM
a reply to: hutch622

Nah, not strange for a white guy of advancing years from down-under to feel an angry rap- fusion ditty with a kick butt beat about minorities being killed in disproportionate numbers... in fact, it's something that might help save this world ! Thanks for that.

posted on Feb, 20 2017 @ 05:27 PM

Heh.. .that Nazarath ditty likely inspired more alcohol fueled bar tussles than any other song (excluding most all punks songs)... kinda brings out the testosterone in even the most wan twee-boy.

And in a faaar left field offering....

Starlight Vocal Band - afternoon Deelite!

posted on Feb, 20 2017 @ 05:38 PM
a reply to: beansidhe

And I didn't mean she 'sounded' like Hine, exactly... it was primarily a visual...

Lorelei never fails to send the shivers ... and Pogues never get old (despite getting drunken spin flashbacks and nausea when I hear them... pure conditioning).

And as long as repeating stuff... this whole thing 'remains' a favorite effort ... Tina Weymouth is one of the funkiest bassists ever... Talking Heads - Remain In Light

And this one... pretty much changed the world although few heard it... this was '81 and Throbbing Gristle (et al) had it's influence, but this was revalatory at the time... eno and byrne - my life in the bush of ghosts

And one of the sounds from this album, lifted and slowed down matches the cool chant-drone-noise used in Eyes Wide Shut... in my estimation

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posted on Feb, 20 2017 @ 06:32 PM
a reply to: Baddogma

white guy of advancing years

Love it .

posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 11:51 AM
I was watching a TV show called Legion. On one of the episodes, as the credits rolled, they played this song. I had totally forgot about it! I knew right away who it was but I forgot how much I liked the song because it never gets played by my Death Metal friends or my techno loving (that way he doesn't have to remember lyrics, lazy bastid!). Well, I remember listening to Aliens Ate My Buick a lot but don't remember any song by title so I will skip forward a few years. My apologies if this has already been played.

Thomas Dolby - Hyperactive! (Old Grey Whistle Test, 1984)

D@mn if this song has not got stuck in my noggin over the past few days! All I can say about the fault with this song... it need more cowbell!

posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 12:24 PM

That's very horrible

posted on Mar, 14 2017 @ 06:12 PM
a reply to: Peeple


Here's what else was going on in 1984. According to Billboard Top 10 songs of the year were:

When Dove Cry
What’s Love Got to do With It?
Say Say Say
Against All Odds
Owner of a Lonely Heart
Karma Chameleon

I will take Thomas Dolby over any of the above any day of the week! And c'mon, "Messages from outer space" how can you not love that song!

posted on Mar, 18 2017 @ 04:06 AM
a reply to: Baddogma

I am a Bebop Jazzophile , Jazz from 1949 to 1967 . A Very Distinct Time Period in Jazz History . There were Thousands of Songs Created during that Time in American History that Most People Today have No Idea Existed . Pure Wind and Percussion Instruments without Electrification , Artists who Suffered and Died to Create it , and for me To Keep their Memory Alive Out of Respect . Here are a Few Examples and Suggestions If ANYONE Here is Interested........

Anthony Ortega - Bat Man's Blues
Archie Shepp - With Bill Dixon - Winter Song
Art Blakey - With Jackie McLean - Transfiguration
Art Farmer - Quintet - With Gigi Gryce - Satellite
Baby Face Willette - Quartet - Face To Face
Barney Wilen - No Problem (L'habit De Lumiere)
Basso Valdambrini - Quintet - Lotar
Benny Golson - Quintet - Bob Hurd's Blues
Bill Barron - Quintet - Back Lash
Bill English - With Seldon Powell - Rollin'
Bill Hardman - Quintet - With Junior Cook - Assunta (Live)
Bill LeSage - Orchestra - Night Talk (Live)
Blue Mitchell - Avars
Booker Ervin - Aluminum Baby
Booker Little - Quintet - With Max Roach - Moonlight Becomes You
Bud Cannonball Adderley - Orchestra - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Shank - With Carmel Jones - Well, You Needn't
Charles Mingus - All The Things You Are (Live)
Charlie Parker - K.C. Blues]
Chet Baker - Hotel 49
Cliff Jordan - With John Gilmore - Blue Lights
Clifford Brown - Sextet - All The Things You Are
Curtis Counce - Quintet - Carl's Blues
Curtis Fuller - With Benny Golson And Lee Morgan - It's Alright With Me
Dexter Gordon - August Blues
Dizzy Gillespie - The Champ
Donald Byrd - Blind Man, Blind Man
Eric Dolphy - Don't Blame Me (Live)
Frank Strozier - Sextet - The Crystal Ball
Freddie Hubbard - With McCoy Tyner And Elvin Jones - Blues Minor (Live)
Gene Ammons - With Dexter Gordon - Wee Dot
Gene Quill - With Phil Woods, Jackie McLean, John Jenkins, And Hal McKusick - Bird Feathers
George Wallington - Quintet - With Jackie McLean - Bumpkins (Live)
Gerry Mulligan - Quartet - With Art Farmer - As Catch Can
Gigi Gryce - With Donald Byrd And Cecil Taylor - Minority
Hank Mobley - Quintet - Three Coins In The Fountain
Horace Silver - For Heaven's Sake
Jackie McLean - Blues For Jackie
John Coltrane - With Elmo Hope And Mal Waldron - Falling In Love With Love
Kenny Dorham - With Jackie McLean - Beautiful Love
Lee Morgan - With Hank Mobley - That's All
Max Roach - With Kenny Dorham And Sonny Rollins - Body And Soul
Miles Davis - Blues By Five
Phil Woods - Stolen Moments
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Limbo Boat
Shelly Manne - And His Men - Blue Steel
Sonny Clark - Quintet - Minor Meeting (Alternate Version)
Sonny Criss - Memories Of You
Sonny Rollins - Afternoon In Paris
Sonny Stitt - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
Sun Ra - And His Arkestra - Enlightenment
Thelonious Monk - Crepuscule With Nellie (Take 6)
Wayne Shorter - Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum
Yusef Lateef - Eastern Market

YouTube is a Good Site to Find Most examples of this Intense Personal Music...Enjoy.

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posted on Mar, 19 2017 @ 08:09 AM

Rae and Cristian Ft Veba - Spellbound

Peace N-joi
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posted on Mar, 22 2017 @ 12:01 AM
I listen to stuff all over the spectrum.

The Knife Heartbeats

Crystal Castles


posted on Mar, 22 2017 @ 12:18 AM
Fantomas is a great band.
Mike Patton, Dave Lomardo, King Buzzo....
I've seen them live 3 times and they ripped it up.
This is their version of the 'Rosemary's Baby' theme.
Buzzos guitar crushes like an avalanche at the climax.

posted on Mar, 22 2017 @ 12:27 AM

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