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    As usual for me, I'm listening to a variety of music spanning ambient, folk through to progressive metal. Here is a song from today, a duet by Sharon Del Adel (from Within Temptation)and Anneke van Giersbergen (previously from The Gathering).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSy-vCBBPv0

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    Kinda feels like - U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday (Live Aid 1985)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross M View Post
    As usual for me, I'm listening to a variety of music spanning ambient, folk through to progressive metal. Here is a song from today, a duet by Sharon Del Adel (from Within Temptation)and Anneke van Giersbergen (previously from The Gathering).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSy-vCBBPv0
    That's a cool spread of genres.
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    been checking out this lady latey.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPRXymi6cV4
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04W5CMZUHZs

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    and here's another different one. I quit like this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3VqpX3GVdo
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    Mark, that Tal Wilkenield is a small human with huge talent. Interesting music and voice.
    Admittedly I like this sort of intricate, introspective, folky, singer-songwriter stuff, especially when there is some melody present. The style of jazz in her music works for me too, even though I'm not a jazz fan per se. It was a gamble hoping that The Who fans would accept it, but I guess that's the risk of support acts. Thanks for sharing.

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    Been getting into The Pretenders lately. How cool is this lady.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHJL5Eh9wZo

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    And just came across this which I'll revisit.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFFpzip-SZk
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    Staggered across this today for something different...


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    Very cool, Gazza. No electronics necessary, just a very, very, big pipe.

    I listened to a blues piece by this artist and liked it even more. Wonderful ambient feel, but a lot of mouthpiece breath in the recording.

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    AC/DC for me. Only done right.

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    Tannin, Steve'n'Seagulls reminds me of Hayseed Dixie.

    I just bought a CD (remember them?) by one of my favourite bands, IO Earth. Their latest album, "Aura". They are genre-defying, but I would call them Progressive, to use a rather dated category. I enjoy the melodic, European, cinematic quality of their music. Occasionally dark, their music is generally uplifting and has helped me with my headspace over the years and again now in Covid 19 times.

    They have only made videos of three of the latest album's tracks. "Waterfall" is 11 minutes long, with a very slow burn beginning.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-3E5i-_bM0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    AC/DC for me. Only done right.
    Yep.

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    The Steve & The Seagulls version of Thunderstruck is a work of art.

    Saw Hayseed Dixie in Sydney last year and was a bit disappointed (maybe the expectations were too high), but they did a great song of their own that my wife's band has started playing- Laying in the Backyard.

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    Sortta relevant? Scored a few 'Rockwiz' DVD's the other day. Very amusing. Very entertaining.

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    Old stuff...? Well, I suppose...

    One night decades ago while on a lonely road I picked up a couple of scratchy bars of a song as the radio signal
    faded in and out (AM radio ). The piece had an evocative cadence of notes that I would remember from time
    to time and always wonder what the song was. A little while ago on the erstwhile late-at-night ABC radio, the
    announcer played what I recognised as the very song! < surprise! I was half-asleep, and I was sure he said that
    it was by "Powderfinger from the 70s..." So in my semi-somnolent state I resolved to remember the name of the
    group and do a search for it later. I did, to absolutely NO avail. I then put in some words I could remember, and lo!,
    followed by a behold!, the name Badfinger came up with the title. - I still blame the announcer for getting the
    name wrong

    I told you it was an old song...
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