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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post
    Still no Detroit Techno, Dub or modern Surf music to tackle yet.
    Astroman - Is it man or astroman
    Drexciya – Harnessed The Storm

    frankly two album that i've listened many years ago, but maybe it would be an help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norman bates View Post
    Drexciya Harnessed The Storm
    I'm impressed. You've led me to some Detroit techno that features a synth with the pitch bend wheel used extensively. Two birds.



    Next hit me with some heavy dub with a circuit bent keyboard and some yodelling.

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    SPK? The usual case of 'heard of them - not heard anything by them' so I will check them out. Thanks, Argus.

    By the way, do your heavy dub requirements go beyond the usual suspects like Lee Perry and King Tubby? Trojan have done a couple of 3-disc dub sets by various artists which are good value for dabblers like me but my favourite dub album is the makeover that was given to Burning Spear's superb Marcus Garvey album - the current Island release has both the original and dub versions on the same disc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post
    11. Music that features yodelling
    This:



    She also has a whole album (two, in fact) filled with this. Stellar stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elgars ghost View Post
    By the way, do your heavy dub requirements go beyond the usual suspects like Lee Perry and King Tubby? Trojan have done a couple of 3-disc dub sets by various artists which are good value for dabblers like me but my favourite dub album is the makeover that was given to Burning Spear's superb Marcus Garvey album - the current Island release has both the original and dub versions on the same disc.
    Lee Scratch Perry and King Tubby are the two dub producers that kind of define the genre, so I'm familiar with them. I was wondering if there was any dub that was heavier. More sparse and minimal drums and guitars, heavy basslines, everything drenching in reverb and echo, tempo at a crawl, no vocals.

    (Guy) Garvey's Ghost was good. I listened to the original as well, good but I think I prefer the chilled dub version. I'll work my way through some of them Trojan artists at some point. Right now I'm going to try some Scientist.

    Aksel: judging from that video Mary Schneider appears to be everything that is right about music. Does she yodel any original compositions?

    That just leaves some circuit bending and the list is complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post
    Aksel: judging from that video Mary Schneider appears to be everything that is right about music. Does she yodel any original compositions?
    I know, right?
    And no, sadly I don't think so. Although in some of her yodels she sings as well. And someone wrote the lyrics, at least. Like in this wonderful creation of light and happiness:


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    Yodelling.

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