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    I am curious. Would anyone mind or care if I had linked some 1930's Soviet and/or German military and/or political matches?

    They're infused with the regimes propaganda, some obvious, some more subtle, but have nonetheless artistic merit and historical significance.

    Meanwhile - over the weekend there was a Klezmer festival in Minsk and I sort of know some people there and those who went there from the US.

    So, some Klezmer music's greatest hits.











    And to finish with more uplifting 7:40



    And naturally



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    Iggy pop "Free" and a lot of the IDLES.
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    I like the Russian somber, haunting, moody stuff. Also, the marches with the army choirs are nice. Then there is this group who I would very much like to hear in a church. I could listen to them all afternoon.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzK5YEVMHn4.


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    When I think of Russia I think of this song performed by Anna Netrebko and Dmitri Hvorostovsky who died much too young.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    When I think of Russia I think of this song performed by Anna Netrebko and Dmitri Hvorostovsky who died much too young.
    I might have uploaded that one a few years ago. I did some Hvoro's clips back then.

    Performer most associated with "Moscow Nights" was a great baritone and a crooner deluxe Vladimir Troshin (1926-2008), who was a top star in the mid-50's through late-60's. (notice there are no sound effects here)



    And here's Troshin with a rare cover of the "Falling Leaves".



    Here's with a "Night conversation" (soundtrack to a popular Soviet film, with Stas Lyubshin and Jeanne Bolotova)



    "The Morse Code", about the northern explorers.



    "The sound of accordion".



    A "Night rail car" (or tram)



    And a more swinging tune.



    Another sad ballad



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    Recent:
    Sinead O'Connor 'Nothing Compares 2 U' | The Late Late Show | RTÉ One


    Original:
    Sinéad O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2U [Official Music Video]


    Cover:
    Beth Hart with that "Joplin influence" (i.m.o) again
    RocKwiz - Beth Hart - I'd Rather Go Blind


    Original singer/writer:
    Etta James and The Roots Band - I'd Rather Go Blind 2001 HQ


    Original record:
    Etta James - I'd Rather Go Blind



    Personally I'm not fussy on alot of the punk-ass-beach rap stuff so this one is cool.
    Phora - Gotta Move On


    Ahn Trio - Nuvole Bianche (Official Music Video)
    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...-(a7RII-b-cam)


    edit://Piano P.O.V:
    Ludovico Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche


    ‘Woman’ Music Video
    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...-Contax-lenses


    //post edit: Worth another post.
    Ahn Trio Live From The Concert Lobby


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    I hang out here as well once a week to chill;Chevys.
    He always surprises me. He knows his 60s70s-bands all on vinyl. -Cheers.
    https://vaughn.live/chevy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Williams View Post
    Larkin Poe - Mad as a Hatter
    Yep. Right on. -Cheers.

    Dont mind me. Love music.

    Tegan and Sara - Living Room (Live on KEXP)
    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...g-to-now/page5
    ...but the links aren't available in my country soooo...


    I remember them. Note to self->Maybe I should start up another facebook page and post all my tunes there....Nahhhh. f-FB.
    I posted one of thiers many pages ago of a live radio cast "before" they became this "corporate" abomination (posted below) and I mean that in a, well, just sad to see them not being themselves i.m.o.
    -update: They're live performances are real so no worries. Corporate videos can be off-putting these days sometimes as Johnette Napolitano has well documented. All's good.



    Somebody give me a "Remedy". I'm outta here but then you already knew that anyways hahaha. -Cheers folks.
    Not a great singer but a great entertainer (in this video).


    //Here's a little drunk story for ya. I saw these guys in T.O with a friend. After the concert, on our way home while stuck in traffic, I could here this guy screaming from the sidewalk 'f-u' at someone. (3-lane traffic stall). After around 3 shout-outs I looked over at the guy and he was pointing at me. Like WTF? Jeez. I looked over at the driver and...well, he starts laughing and sais something like "Is he yelling at you?" Hahaha. Jeez. Yeah,so, whatever. AND I'm a nobody so that was a good one if indeed he was acting towards me. Cheeers hahaha.
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    Tuesday? Sorry folks haha. In regards to a previous thread which I didn't spoil haha: I miss Charli. We used to chat on skype weekly and she always kept me working. Amazing lady.

    I've had this song stuck in my head for 3 days. No reason. Soooo let's get it over with then and have a
    listen shall we?


    Metallica - Whiskey In The Jar (Video)


    // At the end of the video is the very last line (what it sounded like to my ears was->) "Surrender in the jar"That's a good title for a song. YT didn't immediately bring anything up. There you go. (The documented line(s) is "There's whiskey in the jar-o" and "Mush a ring, dum-a-do dum-a-da.)
    /// My roomate just asks "How much music do you need to listen to?" Obviously not a [edit: //"Music Lover".]
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    Nobodys talking. Too busy checking their cell pnones. I don't talk either in real life.
    And I am off the bed. And I aint gonna tell you who with. -jk
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