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What are you listening to? by williegoat
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Here are a couple of videos that I came across in the last few days. The first song is over 100 years old and the second is nearly 90.





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What have I got? Probably stuff no one else here would be interested in. About 2 years ago I decided to check out some Kpop. Their more hip-hop groups and their rap artists are rather impressive. Currently Black Pink did their return debut album. This song from it is pretty good.


You can turn on closed captions if you decide to listen. I don't know if my having them on will transfer in the link.

Other than that I've been listening to a Canadian rapper named Merkules. He's really lyrical and has some songs that are gritty real life struggles he faces. I love when rappers rap about real life issues and struggles instead of the usual fare. He has a remix which is really worth the listen.


Probably NSFW/C.

You can find rappers in Kpop that rap about real life struggles as well. There is one named Agust D, which is the city he grew up in and his BTS member name written backwards. DT for Deagoo Town and then Suga his BTS member name. D tsugA Agust D. The guy is massively talented doing a lot of the song writing and helping production of their songs. He announced he was going to do a mix tape under the name Agust D and that he would release it once he perfected it. It took about a year longer than anticipated but was well worth the wait. And what did he do as a "Thank you" for all his fans? He released it as a free of charge download. You can still download it without and fee over a year later. Seriously my favorite Korean rapper.


It's a lyric video so you don't need to turn on captioning. You can hear the pain in his voice. Alas, for the inclusion of a few English curse words I must mark this one NSFW/C as well. Still and awesome powerful song.

A little darker rapping about his legal battle with the label the boy band B.A.P is under of which he is the leader. He doesn't really have all those tattoo's but does really have one on his chest that reads "Long Live The Revolution" in Spanish. He has included English, Japanese and Spanish in some of his songs. Of course this is a R rated video so NSFW/C, do mostly to some visuals that wouldn't raise much of a big deal here. You could see worse watching a episode of CSI.

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A steam of nondescript, contemporary-style jazz from the Comcast cable TV "Jazz" channel. Jazz trios, quartets and other small groups and soloists. Instrumentals, for the most part. Although vocalists do emerge from time to time.

An upgrade over elevator music. I don't have an elevator. Just a staircase.

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What have I got? Probably stuff no one else here would be interested in.


That's the point: to expose us to stuff that we probably wouldn't otherwise listen to. Thanks for the videos and the commentary.

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A steam of nondescript, contemporary-style jazz from the Comcast cable TV "Jazz" channel. Jazz trios, quartets and other small groups and soloists. Instrumentals, for the most part. Although vocalists do emerge from time to time.

An upgrade over elevator music. I don't have an elevator. Just a staircase.

Post an interesting example and tell us something about it. Tell us why you like it.

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I've got live entertainment.....neighbors beside me are fighting and the ones above me screwing.

TV is turned up pretty loud.

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I've got live entertainment.....neighbors beside me are fighting and the ones above me screwing.

TV is turned up pretty loud.

That is the perfect inspiration for banjo music! Write a song and play it for us.

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Post an interesting example and tell us something about it. Tell us why you like it.



"Thoughtful." A rich tapestry of changing rhythms and varied instrumental sounds, all blending seamlessly with that alluring voice.

This isn't one of the nondescript jazz selections that I was talking about. This is more arresting (to me).It did come up on the Comcast "Jazz" channel, but not as I was listening earlier today.

Did I "pass"..?

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Mindi Abair is a Contemporary Jazz sax player, but I think I would call this Blues: (either way, it is hot)

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Nothing better than a night of great sax.

Thanks. A sharp but pleasing contrast with what I posted. And my laundry dryer machine cycle is almost complete.

It's all good. Is IAG (It's All Good) a commonly known texting abbreviation? I wonder.

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Mindi Abair is a Contemporary Jazz sax player, but I think I would call this Blues: (either way, it is hot)

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I agree, more bluesy sounding to me as well. Still, pretty good for a girl. I'm going to have to see if I can find some of my Jazz CD's from the early 90's. I haven't listened to them in forever.

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Two of my favorite musicians: Bela Fleck and Jorma Kaukonen



and another track from the same album, with Sam Bush and Jerry Douglas

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Good lyrics in these two, talent all around. I also of course love the guitar solo. This band does a lot of stuff I like.
The studio versions are great, I like to post live versions most of the time.

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Jackson 5




I began by goofing with the Wife and Kid last week. It was dead quiet in here, and everyone was in their own little virtual world. I threw on a little Can't Stop 'Til You Get Enough, began singing and dancing the fool, and the rest is history.

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Thinking back...

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Nothing but classic rock gets any play by me on the job site
Got an oldies custom mix cd in the truck
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Typically I wouldn't listen to this style of music, but this artist really caught my attention a few years ago. An underappreciated talent:


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Great band to see live if you get a chance!

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Typically I wouldn't listen to this style of music, but this artist really caught my attention a few years ago. An underappreciated talent:


Thank you for posting that. I like it. It reminds me of a period in my life and the music that held me captive and clinging to a thousand bottles of beer, in a hundred little, dark, out of the way dives. That music always grabs hold of me in an unrelenting clutch.



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Rhiannon Giddens is an extremely talented and versatile young lady who is doing a great job of keeping alive the spirit of traditional American music. Her repertoire reaches back to the 19th century.





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This song didn't do well when released in 1969 but in 1973 it was re-released by Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris and did much better.
(I like the original which was first recorded in 1968, 50 years ago).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyLTsdu-Uvk

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This song didn't do well when released in 1969 but in 1973 it was re-released by Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris and did much better.
(I like the original which was first recorded in 1968, 50 years ago).


Thanks for posting that. I was listening to the Gram/Emmylou version earlier yesterday.
I get lost so easily in that "cryin' in yer beer music". I woke up in the middle of the night and had to take out my steel guitar and play a little.

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The steel guitar reminds me of another by the same couple.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g27MbUL-tQw

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I don't think there's anything that can beat the sound of a fiddle and steel guitar.

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However weird the dude is, he rocks. This one pays off the whole way through.




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Buckethead is great!

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Buckethead is great!


That's my fave song of his, and the best version I've ever heard too.

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Mean Mary - outstanding, sometimes haunting Folk/Country/Americana





I usually don't care what a song is about, to me it's all about the music, but this next one is thought provoking.



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I have this habit(?) of constantly trying to learn. I know I am not particularly smart so, the best I can do is to try to stuff more information in there. The host does a lot of social commentary, research based.

https://www.youtube.com/wat...v=K-fFVL_V-lI&t=629s

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Two of my favorite musicians: Bela Fleck and Jorma Kaukonen



and another track from the same album, with Sam Bush and Jerry Douglas




have loved Jorma...since the days of both Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna...



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These two videos are different takes on the first song I posted at the top of this thread.

The Hot Sardines are my favorite contemporary jazz band:



The two young ladies in this next video are both in the second video I posted at the top:

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My favorite version of one of my favorite Warren Zevon tracks.
(No video. Just the tune.)



An alternate - and arguably better - version.

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Cool sound. Many times a rockin band uses an orchestra on a loud song and it just feels like the orchrestra wasn't beneficial. This one works.

Reminds me a little of Dream Theater, though different singer sound.


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Seems like I could listen to these guys anytime.
The mics aren't even picking up the other singers and it still sounds great.


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Cant hardly hear any singers, and messy. Still great. To me.
Maybe its cause I know the original version and can fill in anything I cant hear





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I have this habit(?) of constantly trying to learn. I know I am not particularly smart so, the best I can do is to try to stuff more information in there. The host does a lot of social commentary, research based.

https://www.youtube.com/wat...v=K-fFVL_V-lI&t=629s


He has many videos that everyone should see.

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