Nice thing about sharing music. I've never heard of "VULFPECK" before, Matt, and now I'll be checking them out. That song was good. If I could sing like that, I'd just sing everything, all the time.
Awesome! Big Supertramp fan. I had a quad 8 track deck in my GTO and played Crime of the Century all the way up all of the time. Still have two or three of their audiophile LP's that I pull out and crank up just like the old days.
did you know Link slashed his speaker to get his sound.. he probably used a switchblade..here's a young fellow into rockabilly... and I'm checking out.. keep up the tuneshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o899EgWDDxQ
Rockabilly that kicks ass with a little sass.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cOy2P_4PzI
Gashousegorilla you need to set the mood when playing reggae music. This is a photo of Ragamuffin Tours Rasta Craft and the Lazy Lizard Bar at the split in Caye Caulker Belize. My wife and I spent two weeks there in October just across the street from the Lizard. Beer buckets/cocktails, seafood, reggae and sun. The most laid back vacation I've ever been on. White sand roads with bicycles and golf carts as the only forms of transport.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulqkck7I9ToI love the song, a fun video and fun bunch of local bikers from the NW.
I got to get headphones my wife is complaining about the noise coming from Radio Enfield...
Ace you better check the link on that first Rundgren song.
Because they're must be Reggae. Very...... Spiritual.......http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdlZWQ-J92U
GHG - I've always wanted that first linked song played at my funeral (I like to plan ahead).If you all haven't had the pleasure, here is Nina Simone.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bn5tiuZU4JI
per haps tHiS... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSIw09oqsYocast your vote NoW
Hey while we're on both subjects.........Mattz - Do you have any recordings of your music? Being a musician myself, I love hearing anything "local" and underground regardless of genre. Scottie J
Scottie - since you asked...My "professional" music career was short-lived - I met my wife, who was making a living as a folk musician, and began playing music with her. My hurdy-gurdy interest has always been primarily the French traditional style; I don't have any "proper" recordings, but you can hear some basic home sample recordings of some of my tunes here:
is always on// make it your own .. dR hOo went out mudding today.. what do you think he had on his Radio..?This version? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9Kvv522yjAor this one ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djwSZ1IRb-A
Im a Uke fan and player (among few other stringed instruments).This is one of my favourites. Classic Rolling Stones: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzn-p7QEjko&feature=share&list=FLL_pnP45dUKwIMjQ7NoiC-g&index=14
Not just any Uke - a Banjo-uke! I've got me Grandad's mandolin-banjo - I don't play it, though - it's LOUD (as it was meant to be), and it has a pretty bad sound. Also, I think it was a pretty cheap instrument 90 years ago, and it hasn't aged too well...
Allison K and Shawn Colvin:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ylhySDIH_AThe McGarrigle Sisters:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB6-sH5jozA
A bit dated but I always like this song..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2DBcbZc3ck
Dated is good.....http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEhkVl4ZoGQ
Music seems to be revolving into something abstract to some of us.....
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