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Old 07-06-2018, 06:56 AM   #821 (permalink)
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I’ve been rockin this 1 4 a while now

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^ Hey thanks ! That's a really powerful track. These days lots of people try to put something ethnic with something electronic, with mixed results. That track is a winner, though, and so imo is the first album from Afro Celtic Sound System, "Volume 1: Sound Magic" :-

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Old 07-06-2018, 12:25 PM   #822 (permalink)
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Groovy anatolian goodness. Harks back to the golden sixties/seventies of turkish rock.

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Old 07-07-2018, 05:59 PM   #823 (permalink)
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Random Radio 012: Radio Marfa 003



Emanative - Raga Requiem (Dusk)
Cigarra + Janaína - Quiçá
Barbatuques - Baianá (Wolf Müller's Drum Drop)
Havana Cultura - Ciclo de La Vida
Geno Exile - Lan Misè
Cigarra + Mercedes - Ex Machina
Casimir Létang - Travail Zènfants! Chantez Après!
Orchestre Esperanza Et Jean Leroy - Ou Pas Bel
Jonas Sá - Puberdade
Guy Conquette - Assez Fait Cancan
Get the Blessing - If It Can It Will
Les Shupa Shupa D'haiti - Batterie Shupa
Paul Blamaret Vèlo - Lovency
Dolor Et Les Diables Du Rythme - Salvana
Le Ry-Co Jazz - Si I Bon Di I Bon
Remy Mondey - Meringue Mondey
Henri Debs Quintet - Douce Kombass
DJ Jigüe - Anabacoa Remix (Sal de La Cueva)
Izem - Major Stef
Mala - Cuba Electronic
Joseph Lacides - Mr. Morin
Francisco Y Madero - Jet Set (Con Turning Torso)
Eric Virgal - Stanislas
Kutiman - Mineral
Grant Phabao Afrofunk Arkestra - Carib
Syndey Lèrèmon Et Ses Amis Du Calvaire Baie-Mahault - You You Matayango
Melcochita - Agua Pa Ti
Frumhere - Can't Do Any More for You
Cigarra + Nosotras - Tu No Me Vas
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Old 07-07-2018, 11:31 PM   #824 (permalink)
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Anna & Elizabeth - The Invisible Comes to Us

Simultaneously inventive and traditional Appalachian folk. This is what folk music as a whole is all about. Not a regurgitation of tradition, but using it as a tool to carve out your own voice. Link in photo.
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Old 07-08-2018, 10:05 PM   #825 (permalink)
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^ I've only heard a couple of tracks so far, but I'm just loving this album! Some very original folky/jazzy interpretations that are fascinating and relaxing at the same time, rather like the way John Martyn can be - or at least that's my initial impression.

Big shout-out too, for rostasi's recommendation. His link is well worth clicking on, not only for the bunch of songs as per his tracklist, but because, as it says, it's "Random Radio 012". That means that the link will give you access to eleven other similarly large bunches of extraordinary material. Well, that's me set until mid-summer 2020...

Thanks guys!
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Old 07-09-2018, 01:27 PM   #826 (permalink)
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Simultaneously inventive and traditional Appalachian folk. This is what folk music as a whole is all about. Not a regurgitation of tradition, but using it as a tool to carve out your own voice. Link in photo.
Expected them to be deadly dull back in March at Big Ears, but was pleasantly surprised.

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Old 08-20-2018, 04:14 PM   #827 (permalink)
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Russian folk classic.

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Old 08-20-2018, 07:00 PM   #828 (permalink)
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^ good stuff
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Old 08-20-2018, 07:01 PM   #829 (permalink)
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More Russian stuff.

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Old 08-23-2018, 08:46 AM   #830 (permalink)
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looking for non-english country music playlist,thanks.
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