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Is there an obscure band, musician, song that you love? Share with us. Post it on this thread..

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, May 30, 2021.

  1. Steve Hoffman

    Steve Hoffman Your host Your Host Thread Starter

    Feel free to post a video, YouTube or otherwise. Share with us. Please note, this thread is for sharing new (or old) music that you love (and feel needs a boost).

    This is NOT a thread for sharing your OWN efforts. There is another thread for that.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Steve Hoffman

    Steve Hoffman Your host Your Host Thread Starter

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  3. Mollusk

    Mollusk I AM THE STALLION

    Location:
    USA
    I'd have to go with a personal favorite, Doji Morita. Excellent artist from Japan who unfortunately passed in 2018.

     
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  4. VinylMan07

    VinylMan07 Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Brazil
    Humm, maybe X-Dreams... They recorded only one album, Wich was never remastered or transfered to CD or any digital source. You can only find it on Vinyl, they are a cool 80's band, but unfortunately, they never reached success
     
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  5. Atmospheric

    Atmospheric Forum Resident

    Location:
    Pinotville
  6. breakingglass

    breakingglass Forum Resident

    Location:
    Atlanta
    Ronald Koal & the Trillionaires

    remember when Bowie fronted that surf rock combo?

     
  7. Duncan Day

    Duncan Day Middle Aged Savage

    Location:
    U.K. Chippenham


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    homas Feiner. Not a huge catalogue but if you like Scott Walker you might like this

    The Opiates is a beautiful album albeit not a cheap one these days. This is a slightly edited version of the opening song from that album, The Sirens Song
     
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  8. Dart56

    Dart56 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Oshawa, ON
    I'm always surprised more people on this forum haven't caught on to Matt Mays. He's by far my favourite current rock musician. The Matt Mays and El Torpedo album, Coyote, and Once Upon a Hell of a Time are all solid albums all the way through. Great roadtrip material!

     
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  9. zwolo

    zwolo Forum Resident

    Location:
    providence
    Great and overlooked
     
  10. Duncan Day

    Duncan Day Middle Aged Savage

    Location:
    U.K. Chippenham
    And one more - Yonderhead

     
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  11. Devin

    Devin Just slightly ahead of my time

    Armando Trovajoli- Sessomatto.
     
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  12. river_man

    river_man Well-Known Member

    Location:
    New Orleans
    Tommy & Dave are from my hometown.
     
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  13. mrjinks

    mrjinks Optimistically Challenged

    Location:
    Boise, ID.
    Ahh, thanks, but I was more interested in shining a light on one of our own members, which your other thread was “designed” for.

    This could be anybody’s obscure favorite, which isn’t quite the same thing. I really liked the idea of focusing attention on musicians ON THIS FORUM. More interesting than random personal favorites, but that's probably just me. :shrug:

    Understand why the other post was deleted, tho. It didn’t quite fit the bill...
     
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  14. Filip1701

    Filip1701 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Croatia
    Gorgeous 60s tune from an obscure 60s band.

     
  15. river_man

    river_man Well-Known Member

    Location:
    New Orleans
    How about some New Orleans fish head music??

     
  16. Ken.e.

    Ken.e. Spinning music since...

    I bought this album after one listen in 2015 and I have been really enjoying it since. Produced by Greg Keelor of Blue Rodeo. Michelle McAdorey was the former lead singer of a Canadian Band Crash Vegas.

    The album is "Into Her Future"

     
  17. drad dog

    drad dog Forum Resident

    Location:
    New England
    Balcony - 2014

    It's a Scott Walker pastiche that is absurdly accurate and funny. It is ungooglable, and I don't know why that should be. There is another Balcony band lately too so it's hard. Nothing on Youtube I can find, or have ever. I dl'd it off a filesharing site. I first saw the track Night Terrors stated as a Scott Walker B side. That's the only "way in" I had. A future Left behind, Jobriath, and Black Sheep Girl are some other tracks.

    I don't know who they are. Maybe it's a spoof by famous people. Anyone know anything?
     
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  18. wino14

    wino14 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Edenton, NC



    Great power pop from Andy Bopp. One of the greatest albums no-one's ever heard of.
     
  19. More Than A Feeling

    More Than A Feeling Little River, Big Adventures!

    Location:
    Boston
  20. Kris-AOTY

    Kris-AOTY Guard the Spark

    Location:
    Austin


    Agathe & Fine - Innocent When You Dream

    Best I can figure is that they are two French girls who must have been swept under the rug during the “cute girls play ukuleles” craze from a decade ago. But it’s really a shame because their vocal performance of this Tom Waits song is a real jewel. I love it.
     
  21. aseriesofsneaks

    aseriesofsneaks Forum Resident

    Location:
    St. Catharines, ON
    Jen Trynin’s Gun Shy Trigger Happy remains one of my favourite’90s albums and really deserved to find a wider audience.

     
  22. NapalmBrain

    NapalmBrain Forum Resident

    Location:
    Kansas City, KS
    Mirah is one of my all time favorites and I see next to zero mention of her even among music nerds, this song and album "C'mon Miracle" is right up there with Joni Mitchell an Laura Nyro for me
     
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  23. Safeway 2

    Safeway 2 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Manzanillo Mexico.
    The band says FBB but this almost all Gene Parsons although he is not the song's writer.
    Honey of a song. Gene sings, plays banjo and drums among other things.

     
  24. LilacTeardrop

    LilacTeardrop "Roll It Over, My Soul...and Leave Me Here"

    Location:
    U.S.
  25. PopularChuck

    PopularChuck Forum Resident

    Location:
    Bay Area
    Fair to Midland. I am evangelical about these guys. Criminally overlooked. This is "Dance of the Manatees" from the fantastic Fables from a Mayfly: What I Tell You Three Times Is True

     
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