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    On a symphonic metal kick today, in between my classical listening.

    Just downloaded yesterday:


    Maybe more goth-metal than symphonic. I don't know. Whatever the genre, they are one of my favorite bands. I've been following them since before they became well known here in the US, and I've seen them live twice. Awesome music:


    Not up to the level of musicianship of the previous two bands, IMHO. I'd call them symphonic pop-metal. Still, the singers voice is pleasing to the ear and it's a decent, easy listen:


    This last band I would have categorized on par with Nemesea, pleasant but nothing special. Until their last album. Their music reached a whole new level both technically and thematically. I just love this one, and it's getting better with each listen:
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    I recommend checking this out. Amazing stuff.
    "In my view, the composer, just as the poet, the sculptor or the painter, is in duty bound to serve Man, the people. He must beautify human life and defend it."
    --Sergei Prokofiev

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    Continued my female fronted symphonic/goth metal last night.

    More Lacuna Coil:


    And Stream of Passion with their most recent release:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    Awesome track!

    I'm listening to a load of Ray Charles, Blind Willie Johnson, Big Bill Broonzy and Rev. Gary Davis at the moment, various materials.

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    This album make me wanna holler!



    Booker Ervin and Roland Kirk on reeds, Jimmy Kneeper on bone, Doug Watkins on bass,
    Dannie Richmond on drums, Mingus on piano and hollers!
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    Going with a little country folk this afternoon. I haven't listened to this in quite some time. A mixed bag, but some really nice songs in here:


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    The Mothers of Invention - Carnegie Hall

    Featuring the Persuasions as supporting act.
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    Jazzy Sunday so far. Revisiting these classics for the first time in several years.

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