You're right.. pretty difficult not to like Pink Floyd or Led Zepplin.. or Steely Dan who have a myriad of interesting tunes with such cool lyrics.
Thank you for posting that video of Loreena 😊... I did enjoy it very much. Reminded me of seeing her in concert in a small venue in my city many
years back. She does look mystifying with that long red hair behind her harp when she plays it. Again.. thank you.
Another band that has left a mystical feeling in me is LAMB with their spiritual music. Realize it is not to everyones taste.. but here is a song that
may resonate with some ( though I know 99.9 % of you probably won't listen ..lol.. which is all good 😉)
Well, my tastes change quite drastically as I move through life so I don't think I ever could have a band mystify me for the entirety, however if I
were to choose I would go with someone who changes up their genres while keeping their signature sound.
So a few who fit that bill...
Devin Townsend (he has like 20+ albums, often vastly different from the previous)
The Dear Hunter (more albums pls)
Imogen Heap (she's a genius, how she constructs music is quite inspiring)
Dream Theater (a reluctant addition due to their newer material over the past 8 or so years, but everything prior is golden)
Well, my musical tastes are eclectic, but here are two vids that "mystified me for life".
The first has the amazing guitar skills of Richard Thomson matched with the beautiful voice of Sandy Denny. The second is John Martryn, who was quite
brilliant. Music comes and goes, but the good one's are always those you go back to.
I bought the DVD - speaking of which they have a whole series of photos at Pompeii - I'm glad we went last year to Naples/Pompeii and got to get some
photos of me trying to climb and escape the arena....haha
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