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Music I have never got bored of



TheOther
13 Jan 2020  #91

Thanks, Iron. Seems you like religious/ traditional music. I thought the first one was really nice, although I did not understand a word of what they were singing. If you are into music like this, have you ever listened to a more modern approach like Enigma?

Enigma - Sadeness - Part 1

youtu.be/4F9DxYhqmKw

Taste

I remember them. The band was infamous for Rory Gallagher deliberately screwing up songs during gigs.

TheOther
13 Jan 2020  #92

Some remarkable German bands this time. Enjoy!

Jane - Windows

youtu.be/0CjMp7RbNT8

Novalis - Sommerabend

youtu.be/SMdc74Txk3A

Kraan - Nam Nam

youtu.be/kyND_fZ9Qo8

Miloslaw
13 Jan 2020  #93

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I liked your posts.

Here is a German band that you may not have heard of,
Wallenstein with "Lunatic".

youtu.be/dbRDXTCBlm4

And this band were not strictly speaking German, but were based in Germany.
Sweet Smoke with "Baby Night".

youtu.be/x-QOYr6yatA

I still have both of these albums.

TheOther
14 Jan 2020  #94

Thanks for posting. Never heard of Wallenstein. They seem to be a little bit like Novalis. Inspired by medieval music, but much faster. I like them. Sweet Smoke I know. I have that album myself... :)

The 70s were an extremely productive era in Europe. Tons of great bands popping up in the UK, Germany and France. Have you ever heard of these two from France?

Gong - Camembert Electrique

youtu.be/Z8c-Nl_r9Zs

Magma - Hortz Fur Dëhn Stekëhn West

youtu.be/bifucbx4mps

Miloslaw
14 Jan 2020  #95

@TheOther

Honesty time..... I was never a great fan of either band.
Gong were a bit like Sweet smoke, not musically, but in the fact that they were very much an international hippy band.
Many members were French and they were formed in France, but Daevid Allen was an Aussie and Steve Hillage a Brit.
I Liked their "Shamal" album, after Daevid Allen left, but it was a change of style and more Mahavishnu,Chick Corea, Jeff Beck, Upp etc than Gong.

I never liked Magma...... sorry mate....
So, three French Rock posts from me tonight.
Firstly,the title track from Gong's "Shamal" album.

youtu.be/cWmA96W7r7w

This is when I first discovered French Rock even existed.
1970, I was 13 years old, on holiday in France, staying at a friends house and the French version of "Top of the Pops" ( a Pop Music Chart Show)comes on the TV.

All boring French ballads for me at the time ( I like some of them now) and this was number one!!!!
It blew me away.....
Triangle avec "Peut etre demain"

But when it comes to French Rock, Ange are my all time favourite band.
This is them doing their version of the Jaques Brel classic "C'est Gens La".....

youtu.be/d-z-YS2xHbw

This is the Ange post I tried to post in ny previous post .
The song is Jaques Brel's "C'est Gens La".

youtu.be/R9hUD164nlk

Dougpol1
14 Jan 2020  #96

We all love Ange. They had the hooks. Triangle too!
In ze pub but will report back from my record collection from when I lived in Paris Meudon le Foret in the early Eighties.

Gong

Hated them, tried hard. Still have 3 CDs of them, both with and without SH. Never got it. 😂

TheOther
15 Jan 2020  #97

Okay, seems you guys aren't ready for the real quirky stuff yet, so let's post some solid rock instead. Two American bands from the late 1960s. I was introduced to The Frost when I stumbled across a $1,- cut-out of one of their albums in a department store. Well invested money... :)

The Frost - It's So Hard

youtu.be/RX1dxgD5hN4

And other great one from Detroit:

MC5 - Ramblin Rose/ Kick Out The Jams/ Looking At You

youtu.be/74jS3dW0DtE

Crow
15 Jan 2020  #98

Few Serbian choices >

Orthodox Celts - Far away and Celts strike again, Drinking songs
youtube.com/watch?v=z0DTaZaaRpc

and more >

Galija (Galia, Serbian Celtic song - Skordicsi, by Roman sources biggest ever and most dangerous Celtic tribe, were the founders of Serbian Capital Belgrade, under the name of Sindidun - Celts = Sarmatians)

youtube.com/watch?v=Ts0EHpRp0QI

Vino Crveno (Red Vine)
youtube.com/watch?v=JodiWtMyMOU

Ruzo Rumena (My Red Rose)
youtube.com/watch?v=QYJrqdzaN74

Miljacka (River Miljacka)
youtube.com/watch?v=C9c-oq_ylLU

Joker
15 Jan 2020  #99

Frost when I stumbled across a $1

Man, that's like the best dollar you ever spent:)

We all love Ange

First time hearing this band, trying to listen it it now, not digging the vocals though

Sweet smoke,

I listened to Sweet Smoke Live 1974 this is more my style, good guitar!!

Now its time to for some Satch

youtu.be/d_0khAAItqg

This guy will wake you up in the morning and get you moving quicker than coffee:)

Crnogorac3
15 Jan 2020  #100

Celtic tribe, were the founders of Serbian Capital Belgrade

youtu.be/1W-C9UIOjoY

Srbija Irska - Serbia Ireland

TheOther
15 Jan 2020  #101

@Joker

Aah, Joe Satriani. Like him a lot. Especially when he played with Deep Purple. Here's another great American guitarist you probably know:

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Somehow, Somewhere, Someway

youtu.be/6dWndnGyeYU

Ans some more blues from a legendary Dutch band:

Livin' Blues - Diving Duck Blues

be/S4F789lAVOY

Joker
15 Jan 2020  #102

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Somehow, Somewhere, Someway

Oh Ya, I seen him twice, he's awesome! You probably have heard of Johnny Lang then?

youtu.be/FN9d5-mwgTM

I just found out that legendary British Blues guitarist Robin Trower is coming back to the Copernicus Center in Chicago. Im going for sure! This venue is an old movie theater and you view really well. They have a full bar on every floor,,hehehe

youtu.be/R9BEm91Fq0A




Dougpol1
15 Jan 2020  #103

guitarist Robin Trower

"Live in Stockholm" is essential. James Dewar made that band too but nothing stays the same:( Amazing that Trower can still play like this - thanks for the vid.

A proper guitarist - non of this Joe Satriani arpeggio stuff for me ta very much.

youtu.be/Xpu66oLjWmk

Robin Trower is coming back to the Copernicus Center in Chicago.

I might fly into the north of England for his gig at Holmfirth in April. I have the feeling we wont be getting many more chances before the old arthritis starts setting in:(

TheOther
15 Jan 2020  #104

Robin Trower is coming back to the Copernicus Center in Chicago

You lucky bastard ... :)
Just looked it up. He's performing nowhere near the West Coast this year. St. Louis is the closest. Ah well, have a drink on me when you're there and enjoy.

Miloslaw
15 Jan 2020  #105

Oh, just too many great posts to comment on... some great posts and I even liked some of the Celtic posts ftom our Serbian Neo Facist friends... ;-)

I am going Goth tonight, but Polish Goth first.
This is Unsun and their huge song "Home"

youtu.be/2O2Aec2o-4w

Rumours flow that he had some Polish ethnicity, but I am not so sure.
Certainly Slav..... good stuff anyway....Type O Negative and "Love you to Death".

youtu.be/xD5No_JRrZw

An afterthought.....
One more from the Polish Goth Rock band Unsun with a song called "Whispers".

youtu.be/PMg6RhO-dIw

Joker
15 Jan 2020  #106

wont be getting many more chances before the old arthritis starts setting in:(

Hes a living legend and we might not have another chance? You never know, Buddy Guy is 83 and still tours, its in his blood.

I seen one of Johnny Winters last concerts. He was almost blind and the crew had to carry him onto the stage and set him in a chair. He could play ( a little) its was kind of sad though.

Ah well, have a drink on me when you're there and enjoy.

Its still 8 months away, so you still have time to make plans. You can get some really good Polish food here too:)

Type O Negative and "Love you to Death".

These guys are a trip. Ever listen to "christian woman"?

TheOther
16 Jan 2020  #107

Unsun

Wish they had a male singer with a dark voice. I like their song "Whispers", but the lady really doesn't fit the genre. It's like Christina Applegate performing a headbanger song.

you still have time to make plans

If you hear someone in the venue screaming "JOKER", turn around. It's me bringing you a beer... ;)

Some happy music:

Fields of the Nephilim- At the Gates of Silent Memory

youtu.be/a-YYcmqNS9I

The Sisters of Mercy - Lucretia My Reflection

youtu.be/IuezNswtRfo

Atch
16 Jan 2020  #108

Fields of the Nephilim

OMG!! Not Fields of the Neph! Now they are pretty obscure. I remember all those mirth provoking pics of them in their long 'dusty' coats looking as if somebody had emptied a bag of flour over them. Remember Ian Astbury and The Cult?

youtube.com/watch?v=ZCOSPtyZAPA

Miloslaw
16 Jan 2020  #109

These guys are a trip. Ever listen to "christian woman"?

They are and that is a brilliant tune.
Type O Negative and "Christian Woman".

youtu.be/3sMALbhJU6M

@TheOther

Nice posts.

@Atch

The Cult were great.
Here a a couple more old classics.
The Cult with "Love Removal Machine".

youtu.be/k6PgftKbQnQ

One more from me.Very apt for a rainy night in London.....
The Cult with "Rain".

youtu.be/RD5b_0QB0wI

Joker
16 Jan 2020  #110

If you hear someone in the venue screaming "JOKER",

People will think Batman is coming....lol

I was listening to KWS today and it reminded of this one hit wonder

Chris Duarte......Texas Bluesman

youtu.be/jqVW5MkjlLE

They are and that is a brilliant tune.

I usually don't like the really heavy stuff but they are freaky good.

Miloslaw
16 Jan 2020  #111

This thread has lacked in posts by American Artists.
American Music has a very wide range of styles.
But Country music is what most of us non Americans see as true American Music.
I was never a great fan, but in the last ten years or so, Country Music has opened up and embraced wider styles.
Here are a few songs I love.
Shooter Jennings "Outlaw You".

youtu.be/CJwCwGDqiWg

The Band Perry and "Better dig two".....

youtu.be/ZIdCo_QAz_E

This is great fun... Blake Shelton with "Boys around here"

youtu.be/JXAgv665J14

I love this guy...Bradley Gilbert with "Kick it in the Sticks"

youtu.be/ve8sNTqrzCw

Laet one.
This is absolute genius..... Bradley Gilbert again with "Bottoms Up".

youtu.be/ukick72Qafc

Joker
16 Jan 2020  #112

Country Music has opened up and embraced wider styles.

Oh, is much better now than all them tear jerking songs of the 70s and 80`s

This thread has lacked in posts by American Artists.

Tom Petty

youtu.be/Xp_LHJcmkDI

Joe Walsh

youtu.be/F1uWA7VPGiE

The Eagles

youtu.be/w51C5tBRqrQ

The Doors

youtu.be/JskztPPSJwY

Miloslaw
16 Jan 2020  #113

Bloody Hell.... some idiotic, moronic mod is changing these embeded videos to links five minutes after they are posted.... this is nuts!
Yaeah, hit me with your ryrhmn stick....

Joker
16 Jan 2020  #114

Bloody Hell.... some idiotic, moronic mod is changing these embeded videos

It takes all the fun out of the thread, thats for sure.

Dougpol1
17 Jan 2020  #115

some idiotic, moronic mod

When it's been shown that there IS no legal comeback....only linking and not uploading.
Nuts.

Joker
17 Jan 2020  #116

When it's been shown that there IS no legal comeback

What could be the real reason then? Perhaps, they like more conflict and this is too much kumbaya?

How about Santana? Ive seen him several times, after the last show, froggggget about it!

youtu.be/TCAeDIF2svc

The last time he brought his SON onstage and not only did he play a song, he played 4!! He sucks, hes a rapper too! Hey, I payed good money to see Sananta, not for him to debut his No Talent kid. And of course, he had to stop the show to "spread the word" as usual. The ending was good when he finally got to business. However, Ill never spend anymore $ to go see him.

Miloslaw
17 Jan 2020  #117

How about Santana? Ive seen him several times

I have Santana's first 8 albums.
The eighth being "Festival",which was rubbish and I stopped buying his records then, although I have quite liked some songs since then but not enough to buy the record.

I only saw him once in about 1976 and the support band was Earth,Wind & Fire..............that was a gig and a half!!

Atch
17 Jan 2020  #118

Does anybody remember little Thomas "McRocklin" McLoughlin? He's eight years old in this footage. Love the bit near the end where his dad lifts him aloft and he just carries on playing like something posessed.

youtube.com/watch?v=-OG5nvq3ROg

Joker
17 Jan 2020  #119

support band was Earth,Wind & Fire.

Ok, you started it...Bootsy!

Turn this Mutha Out.........

youtu.be/gjKFCYzqq-A




TheOther
17 Jan 2020  #120

Remember Ian Astbury and The Cult?

Absolutely. Great band. I had a phase when I listened to them, The Cure, Lords of The New Church and similar bands quite a lot.

I have Santana's first 8 albums.

You know this one?

Devadip Carlos Santana - Oneness, Silver Dreams - Golden Reality

youtu.be/2zLSwiWz9Ws

People will think Batman is coming

Do you mind if I wear my Batman costume? LOL!


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