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Old 11-22-2021, 06:27 AM   #28151 (permalink)
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Dal:um is a musical duo based in Seoul, who challenges the sonic possibilities of Korea’s most well-known traditional string instruments: the gayageum and geomungo. Ethereal and otherworldly, Dal:um create a compelling soundworld that treasures subtle dynamics and the space between the notes.

Two musicians. Two weighty acoustic stringed instruments. A dialogue between traditional and experimental practices. A melding of both new possibilities and deeply travelled resonances.
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Old 11-23-2021, 08:02 AM   #28152 (permalink)
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At the dawn of the 1970’s, South Korea’s rock music scene was at its zenith. Much of the reason for this was the god-like musical touch of guitar wizard, songwriter, producer, and arranger Shin Joong Hyun. For this album, he took a young girl named Kim Jung Mi, and transformed her from a wallflower student into a folk-psych chanteuse in record time (if Francoise Hardy is the Marianne Faithful of France, then Kim Jung Mi is, I suppose, the Francoise Hardy of Korea.)
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Old 11-25-2021, 12:34 AM   #28155 (permalink)
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"The Bridge" by Sting! Wonderful music! I recommend
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The last one I bought for myself would be an original brutish 1970 vinyl of Black Sabbath's debut album. It was a long time ago though, like when I was 16 or so. I have no idea how did that vinyl end up in some shady market place in Cracow in 2016.

The last album I bought overall was a fresh pressing of Joy Division's Closer. I bought it for my ex-girlfriend's birthday. Nearly a year ago. It was her favourite album, and even though she didn't have a record player, I thought it would be a nice touch. I was looking through vinyl shops for a vintage copy, but it was nowhere to be found in Warsaw.

I've never downloaded an album I believe. Unless clicking on the "download" button on Spotify counts. If it does, then the last one I downloaded was The Faces Ooh La La.

The last album I've listened to in it's entirety is Motor Booty Affair by Parliament. Just today.
God, I love this album. It's perfect from start to finish. It's like these people don't even need to intentionally play funk– it just flows through them; in it's purest and most advanced form.
Also, the title track has the single greatest bassline I've ever heard. It's been a favourite of mine ever since I picked up bass.
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a fresh copy lol
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