That was cool! I'm excited for the new album. Atheist should have a new record out soon too right?
Phoenix Foundation, Miles Davis, Kings of Leon, KORA, Katchafire, John Coltrane, Edith Piaf, Nina Simone, Billie Holiday. I have a very wide musical diet.
U2 - Pop
Peter Gabriel - Up
Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero
The Belated - Belief in the Process
"Timpani.....this solo represents the nervousness of the people, not the nervousness of the timpanist."
-Larry Rachleff to me during a rehearsal of Shostakovich Symphony No. 11, World Youth Symphony Orchestra, Interlochen Arts Camp, Summer 1998
Does anyone know of the Ink Spots? They were quite popular in the 1940s, they were like a barbershop quartet with guitar and piano in the background.
I've been listening to their tracks "Maybe", "The best things in life are free" etc etc. Very simple tunes and unexpectedly still fascinating after months of airplay.
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I'm not often in a jazz mood, but when I am it's hard to beat this remastered version of Herbie Hancock's Cantaloupe Island:
I also love love love the tone wheel sound of a funky old Hammond organ. (I'm betting Argus will like, or already has, these last two below.) There is nothing quite like the real Hammond:
Zony Mash - Brand Spankin' New
or just funky familiar old grooves you may never have heard before:
ModeReko - ModeReko
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Listening to a bit of Non-Classical this weekend, quite enjoyable! .
My Bloody Valentine: Loveless