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it's time to play...

Post by Glorious Amok » August 19th, 2004, 10:45 pm

WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO RIGHT NOW?

meshell ndegeocello is my answer. 'peace beyond passion' is the album, and it's dripping with evening soul like tropical summer rain. makes me crave a glass of wine, and a girlfriend over for chinese takeout dinner.

now you go.
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Post by Anonymous-one » August 20th, 2004, 12:44 am

Dellchords - I Pray To The Angels , very soothing for this
time of the night. Well, actually it«s 2:30 a.m. here .
Good morning . A-One.

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Post by abstroint » August 20th, 2004, 12:37 pm

Jem "Finally Woken"

i saw the video early than found it here
http://www.jem-music.net/finally/news1.html

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Post by magicmystery » August 20th, 2004, 2:15 pm

Yanni - Ethnicity

more than just the regular instrumentals on this one... some singing..... although I doubt that's his voice......LOL

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Post by WIREMAN » August 20th, 2004, 2:52 pm

desert rose by sting then I'll jump into some lorenna mckennitt followed by dead can dance........mark

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Post by Glorious Amok » August 20th, 2004, 3:08 pm

wireman, i dig your sounds! i was just playing dead can dance in the car. my husband said, 'ooh that tape doesn't sound very good.' and i said, 'it's supposed to sound like that.'
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Post by WIREMAN » August 20th, 2004, 3:36 pm

i really like em.......my wife turned me on to them ......I am really turned on by a deep down world sound especially taken to another level......that's why I,ve been putting these elements into my training as a poet performer/musician......in my bag-o-trix I've recently added an egyptian mizmar horn and a new doumbek drum to go along with my djembes, ocean drum, bodrhan,and crazed assortment of percussion toys.........a turkish spike fiddle is next on my list.......mark

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Post by Glorious Amok » August 20th, 2004, 4:09 pm

oh my gosh, your instruments are other-worldly! perhaps you'd like my newest preference, Lhasa who sings with a passion of the purest form, in 3 languages no less! i recommend investigation, if you don't know her airscapes already.
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Post by WIREMAN » August 20th, 2004, 4:32 pm

I will try Lhasa.......I'm trying to get this cd by Tuva,,,,mongolian singer players that are other worldy have you heard them?.....mark

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Post by Glorious Amok » August 20th, 2004, 4:50 pm

i have not, but i will listen around for it.

i will also add to the thread that i am now listening to Beth Orton, a cute little british singer, and i declare it to be GOOD!
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Post by sooZen » August 21st, 2004, 7:37 am

Mark...I love your picks...I guess you know I am a HUGE Sting fan from waaay back in his Police days. Desert Rose has to be one of my favorites.(wonder why? Hah!)

World music is one of my favorite genres and I have a shit-pot full of this type of music. Whether it is African, Indian (native or eastern), etc. I love Dead Can Dance (great name for a band!).

Have you ever listened to Jai Uttal? Try these cds by him, Shiva Station or Monkey. His mother was east Indian and he has taken the tradional instruments and added his american roots to make some kick-ass music.
And from this girl's perspective, he is as cute as a bug! :wink:

Hamza El Din's A Wish is wonderful and what I am listening to right now.

SooZen

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Post by WIREMAN » August 21st, 2004, 8:12 am

yeah sooz......I have hamza and was turned onto him through a video he did with rumi translator coleman barks ...there's a cd of this union too....awesome stuff!.....I will check jai uttal for sure......mark

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Post by sooZen » August 21st, 2004, 8:41 am

Mark, and any others that are interested...Jai has a great website, jaiuttal.com where you can download some of his stuff. Check it out.

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Post by WIREMAN » August 21st, 2004, 8:48 am

thanks I'm going right now....thanks sooz

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Post by Arcadia » September 2nd, 2004, 11:23 pm

* Brainwashed by George Harrison.
A dear friend lent it to me and I feel it´s perfect for these days. I fell in love inmediately with "Marwa blues".

* greek music

* some old themes by León Gieco (En el país de la libertad, Déjame que te sienta, Cada día somos más, Seamos todos caballos, Hombres de hierro, María del Campo, Todos los caballos blancos, Campesinos del norte, Soles grises y mares rojos, La colina de terciopelo).

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