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    Another in memoriam. Oi, gevalt.









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    More Chet Baker, horrible source quality but still worthwhile listening to:



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    Nothing wrong with some modern alt-pop, and Houses do it well:


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    Listening to everything Alma Deutscher today.
    I'm on beer 3 so be warned
    I really like the violin around 15:38 and onward.
    Very nice and relaxing melodies. Perfect for the mood I'm in right now.

    Reminds me a bit of Hungarian music, for lack of, shall we say, a better education on the subect (I know DLD is here haha)

    But yeah. Very nice.
    Ignoring the fact that she also wrote this entire thing...
    I just like it. Period. -Cheers.



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    This clip I screen-grabbed from Twitch awhile ago that 'That Violin Chick' improved to a song I requested.
    I had a bit of quick fun with it in post. The original is much louder and no video post work.
    She just likes having fun and improvising to everything and takes requests also.
    Detail links to her on my vimeo page. Just a fan is all.

    Anyways I LOVE her improv melodies. Man, I wish some well known band would take her in the studio for a song and get her on it!

    I usually wouldn't post anything like this here on dvx but...
    1/ I have received permission to share it from her. (Initially just a private fun thing to do.)
    2/ Life is too short.
    3/ On my 4th beer? Does that count?

    Again, it was never meant to be shared. But as Steve Buscime once said "Ah f' it. Let's take a look at that Sierra."

    Pass:TVC.
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    "Remember To Dip the Right End of the Cigar in your $250.00 dollar glass of Brandy." -Doc Bernard.


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    Fasten your seatbelt- the aliens have fled the asylum...

    Too Many Zooz - "Bedford"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gord.T View Post
    ... Reminds me a bit of Hungarian music, for lack of, shall we say, a better education on the subect (I know DLD is here haha) ...
    I only know a few words of Hungarian. But, in terms of culture, the Hapsburg empire, centered in Vienna, was a dominant European/global force.

    So, speaking of the Hungarian tunes, these are technically not. Emmerich Kalman may have been born in Hungary but mostly worked in Vienna and most of his librettists wrote in German.

    This is the "entry aria" from "Gräfin Mariza", sung in German by Elizabeth Kulman ... but in Hungary.



    And here she does a Hungarian verse from "Csardasfürstin"



    And this is the Hungarians singing in (original) German on tour in Stuttgart in the early 1980's. Also from "Gräfin Mariza". "Komm mitt nach Varaszdin". The female lead is Marika Oszvald, who's a national treasure over in Hungary.



    This is from Franz Lehar's, "Das Land des Lächens", the same Stuttgart concert



    Fast forward thirty some years. This was from Kalman's 125th birthday concert. In Hungarian from the "Little Dutch girl".



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    Chet Baker meets film noir.....



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    Peggy Lee:



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    Quote Originally Posted by groveChuck View Post
    Fasten your seatbelt- the aliens have fled the asylum...

    Too Many Zooz - "Bedford"


    Imagine having a hangover and being on your way to work despite your hangover when these yahoos show up with all that clatter and obnoxiousness. I'd want to kick them in the nads and smash their instruments. Subjecting people to really loud, boisterous, in your face music performances whether they like it or not just isn't cool. Particularly in a setting where they have little choice but to suffer it. And you can tell from some of the expressions on the faces of people on that train that they aren't happy about some third-rate NOLA brass-band ripoff being all up in their grill while they commute.
    Big sources matter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JPNola View Post
    Imagine having a hangover and being on your way to work despite your hangover when these yahoos show up with all that clatter and obnoxiousness. I'd want to kick them in the nads and smash their instruments. Subjecting people to really loud, boisterous, in your face music performances whether they like it or not just isn't cool. Particularly in a setting where they have little choice but to suffer it. And you can tell from some of the expressions on the faces of people on that train that they aren't happy about some third-rate NOLA brass-band ripoff being all up in their grill while they commute.
    lol. New Yorkers are used to this. Very normal everyday stuff.


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