A tune you may not have heard (Page 27/28)
williegoat JAN 19, 07:12 PM

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Originally posted by BingB:

[IMG]www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6NNy6MIeaU[/IMG]


[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6NNy6MIeaU][/url]



On the road to Touareg Rock/Desert Blues.

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BingB JAN 19, 08:30 PM

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Originally posted by williegoat:

On the road to Touareg Rock/Desert Blues.







Sweet. I don't have a big collection or listen to this type of music a lot, but I really like Ali Farka Toure as "background music" when I am doing some mindless labor. Even though I don't know what he is singing about I find it hypnotic and soothing.

Why don't my links post as videos?

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williegoat JAN 19, 09:40 PM

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Originally posted by BingB:

Sweet. I don't have a big collection or listen to this type of music a lot, but I really like Ali Farka Toure as "background music" when I am doing some mindless labor. Even though I don't know what he is singing about I find it hypnotic and soothing.



Ali Farka Toure was somewhat of a precursor to a style which developed in sub-Saharan Africa primarily in the 21st century. It is variously called Touareg Rock, Desert Blues or (though not quite the same) Amaziah music. I have posted a few other examples here over the last ten or so years.


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Originally posted by BingB:

Why don't my links post as videos?





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Originally posted by BingB:

[IMG]www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6NNy6MIeaU[/IMG]


[URL=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6NNy6MIeaU][/url]



Use [ youtube] (some string) [/youtube ]
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[youtube] https:// www. youtube .com/watch?v=f6NNy6MIeaU [/youtube]





This next guy is a very good guitar player. I have posted this video before.

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BingB JAN 20, 04:47 PM
One of the greatest live bands I ever saw. Jimmy Herrinng and Oteil Burbidge are elite talent.


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olejoedad JAN 30, 11:01 AM
These guys haven't been together in 30 years, but here they are again!

https://youtu.be/Tw7EQlQFuXs?si=QkOahWst92SDrMWM
williegoat FEB 12, 05:50 PM
williegoat FEB 15, 12:05 PM
This was just released a few days ago. Yeah, you've heard the song, but not like this.

with Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and Victor Wooten

olejoedad FEB 20, 01:26 PM
Some jazz...

https://youtu.be/p8GcHoSIPDg?si=3Q2DKyYU1zf_TY2B
williegoat FEB 20, 07:24 PM

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Originally posted by olejoedad:

Some jazz...

https://youtu.be/p8GcHoSIPDg?si=3Q2DKyYU1zf_TY2B


He's got the timing down. That's cool.
williegoat FEB 20, 07:49 PM
Jazz, you say…

The Bela Fleck album above was released on the 100th anniversary of a tune that has been one of my favorites since I was a small child. When I was in grade school, Gershwin was still considered a contemporary composer.

Twelve years later, Louis Prima wrote another of my all time favorites, performed here as a collaboration between a Russian Jazz band and a Russian Folk band.



And here is an interesting collaboration between folk groups from Russia and Sweden.