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

  1. wes4usc

    wes4usc Forum Resident

    Jordan's Boogie (feat. Jordan Officer) · Susie Arioli Swing Band

     
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    wes4usc Forum Resident

    Jordan's Boogie (feat. Jordan Officer) · Susie Arioli Swing Band

     
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  4. I'm a big fan of Ronnie Milsap and his version of "why don't you spend the night" is my favorite song by him. I ran across this Joe Fagin effort and it pulled me in. The guitars trip some pleasure sound chip in my brain :righton:

     
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  5. moomoomoomoo

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  6. moomoomoomoo

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  8. moomoomoomoo

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  9. moomoomoomoo

    moomoomoomoo Senior Member

    Public Foot The Roman

     
  10. fattuna2

    fattuna2 Well-Known Member

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    Senoia, GA
    And then there’s Stan McMahon…Robert Pollard ain’t put out one song as good as this and I wish Stan realized it.



    “we’ll be falling in each other like an avalanche” is like my favorite lyric ever.
     
  11. Doghouse Riley

    Doghouse Riley Forum Resident

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    North West England
  12. themistocles

    themistocles Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Manhattan, NY
    I can't explain why I like Oh! Penelope so much, but I just do. They only managed to stay together from 1994 to 1997 with one album and a handful of EP's before they imploded. One of the Shibuya-kei bands that put out some great stuff. Influenced by the Beatles, Serge Gainsbourg, sunshine pop and everything else that is good. Wish they did more.

     
  13. 3Dman

    3Dman Callahan Man

    Location:
    Red Apple Falls
    Not surprised this isn’t on YouTube. This cd by the band Strangelight came through my college radio station and I thought this song, Red Drums, was amazing. Nice slightly weird vibe on the verses, with a cool vocal. It’s a driving, emotional alternative rock song and singer starts to soar at the end. Hopefully when someone makes a comp of rare early ‘00s nuggets they dig this one up.

    Red Drums
     
  14. moomoomoomoo

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  15. jupiter8

    jupiter8 Forum Resident

    Location:
    NJ, USA
    I like Spanish pop/shoegaze band Linda Guilala

     
  16. jupiter8

    jupiter8 Forum Resident

    Location:
    NJ, USA
    She’s finally got some new music coming out. One Dove is sublime and way overlooked

    https://youtu.be/yGhpK5oPsxY
     
  17. Scotian

    Scotian Amnesia Hazed

  18. wwright

    wwright Forum Resident

    Location:
    San Francisco, CA.
    Dada was popular here in California. Loved this relatively psychedelic L.A. crime song.

     
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  19. This is Third Eye Foundation
    Basically a one man operation from Bristol

    this is the track that hooked me
    Apparently the mixing sessions were so loud they caused permanent hearing damage
     
  20. moomoomoomoo

    moomoomoomoo Senior Member

  21. Hair and skin trading company
    Lava surf kunst 1995
    this is their master work it really came from nowhere. If you watch the clips from reading 92 there’s really no hint of what was to come
    Sadly my copy had cd rot and I’ve been wary of buying a replacement in case they’re all like that
     
  22. The Turning Year

    The Turning Year Lowering average scores since 2021

    Location:
    London, UK
    I've been listening to Howard Haigh, excellent guitarist and composer from Lancaster UK.
    He's done a lot over the years, including some quite high profile performances in London and for BBC radio. In Bandcamp his tags include classical/Spanish guitar, latino-blues, folk and world.
    I'll link to his most recent work, his 2020 lockdown album Tree Dance. The various parts were recorded remotely then mixed together. It's all rather lovely and uplifting :)
    TREE DANCE, by Howard Haigh
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  23. Front Row

    Front Row Finding pleasure when annoying those with OCD.

    Location:
    Chicago IL
  24. CliffL

    CliffL Forum Resident

    Location:
    Sacramento CA USA
    I picked up on this song from one of your earlier posts on another thread...this is now one of my favorite songs of all time. Oddly enough I haven't heard any other songs by this group that move me. Thank you!
     
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  25. Robert9080

    Robert9080 Forum Resident

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    Egypt
    The Korgis - Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime

     

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