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Old 01-16-2018, 11:45 AM   #781 (permalink)
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Welcome to Music Banter, Funky Tube

I was intrigued by the unusual name of the first artist you recommended, so I took your advice and found Fin'amor on Youtube:-



^ Yes, it's really good; a great voice singing in a very strange language. Thanks for the recommendation.

And here's the first Julie Fowlis clip that turns up on Youtube:-



Looks like you and I have something in common, Funky Tube; we don't have to understand what is being sung to appreciate the singing. (My apologies if I am underestimating your linguistic powers and you are fluent in Scottish Gaelic and whatever language Lamia Bedioui was using.)

And so he doesn't feel left out, here's a track from the album Occult Hawk just recommended:-



^ My first impression of this? Really nice guitar playing, but I'm not sure that the cicadas add much to the mix. If I were recording wildlife, I'd go more for elephants, lions, seagulls, whales, howler monkeys; animals who have a bit more to say for themslves.
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Old 01-16-2018, 02:41 PM   #782 (permalink)
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Good afternoon Lisnaholic and all the members at Music Banter
Thank you for welcoming me.And also thank you for giving to the members the links for these videos.
You are absolutely right,I dont understand a word from both,but they both sound amazingly good.
I got some more informations from the official website about ms Lamia Bedioui.She seem to sing in various languages (Arabic,French,Greek,Spanish,Italian,Sephardic , maybe more?) and she seem to have a wide range in music styles and projects (Ethnic-Folk-Jazz)and ms Fowlis is singing Scotish Gaelic ,so weird but so nice and smooth sounded, and her production sounds really warm.
Ms Fulis came out with a new record called Alterum and ms Bedioui announced Fin'amor to be released soon.
You can also check ms Ana Alcaide from Spain
I will come up with more infos and more recommendations
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Old 01-19-2018, 03:52 PM   #783 (permalink)
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I am once again in a folk music rut because I'm a picky curmudgeon. (I'm constantly grumpy about not being able to find versions of my favorite child ballads that meet my standards.)

I found these on youtube this week, though, and like them well enough:


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Ooh, that looks like it might be up my alley Chio. I'm saving these for later.
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I figured you would already be all over Ame Debout and Paix, Chio.

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Old 01-20-2018, 12:46 AM   #786 (permalink)
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Yeah, you'd think so. I've mainly just been listening to Iranian and Hungarian stuff lately. Really love the song you just posted as well as it sounds like a vaguely menacing lullaby of sorts (and who doesn't want that)
I'll have to look into them too.
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Gimme dem flamenco nuevo recs because I've started to explore the genre and have been overwhelmingly enthralled with what I've come across.



Also if anyone knows if it's the date or the style that makes it nuevo then that'd be much appreciated because I'm lazy atm.
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Old 01-21-2018, 07:20 AM   #788 (permalink)
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Gimme dem flamenco nuevo recs because I've started to explore the genre and have been overwhelmingly enthralled with what I've come across.



Also if anyone knows if it's the date or the style that makes it nuevo then that'd be much appreciated because I'm lazy atm.
I believe new flamenco (and tango) is pretty much everything except strictly traditional/pre 1960s flamenco? (Not 100% sure) I'm fond of that genre as well; I've never really delved into it but I dug around my youtube playlists and found these:





..I had a couple more but I got sidetracked.
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Rosalia is what got me into the genre, she's incredible. I'll check out the other two tracks, thanks.
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So pretty.
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