What are you listening to? (music edition)


#1

After searching to no avail, it is needed.

The Boxer Rebellion - Union – Flashing Red Light Means Go


What are you listening to? (Part 3)
Gender studies are nonsense with zero scientific, rational or logic basis to them - The Gender Equality Paradox - Documentary NRK - 2011
#2

PJ Harvey, Live Eurockeennes 2004.


#3

Most metal I’ve got excited about in a long time, on heavy rotation lately


#4

tg. I would never have guessed you were a bullets man. Nice one even though I’m not into that. But it did make my tendons relax.

stress isn’t stress until you feel it released.

gm. Play them both together at the same time. greatestness. :wink: :laughing:


#5

Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno

Fair warning. I just received the entire discography. A visit is just a short phone call away.


#6

[quote=“elektronisk”]tg. I would never have guessed you were a bullets man. Nice one even though I’m not into that. But it did make my tendons relax.
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Oh yes! I’m picky but for sure. Love the guitars and lyrics on this one.


#7

Northern Soul. A genre from yesteryear. Happy feel to this music video.


#8

Mmmm Pj Harvey, Brian Eno… some nice taste in here.

René Aubry, Boards of canada and Fleet Foxes where sounding here in the meantime:


#9

For several no-good reasons at all:


#10

The Smiths - The Smiths
The Wipers - Silver Sail
Stiff Little Fingers - Hanx!


#11

Preparing for a long, cold drive on the morrow:


#12

[quote=“TheGingerMan”]Preparing for a long, cold drive on the morrow:


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Good stuff. The ditty at 25.50 is lively. Still be played for many Years, methinks. Unlike Justin Beiber,thankfully.


#13

My estranged twin brother separated at birth: LTJ Bukem - Retrospective Mix
mixes.beatport.com/mix/retrospective-mix/118514


#14

It is one of those days. I am competing with a pal from Guatemala on Facebook, who is also a fan of old -I mean, 70’s- ballads in Spanish. We are trying to see who drags the most heart-wrenching, sadly painful one.

This one reminds me of my workplace:

Camilo Sesto (awesome voice) Algo de mi. Something in me, something in me is dying… slowly… inexorably

This one is just a fab one: Nino Bravo (died too soon), Cartas Amarillas (Yellowed letters)

[quote]I dreamt that it would be morning rise
I dreamt with fall seasons now long gone
my light has gone off
my night has come on

I searched for your look and I couldn’t find it
the rain has stopped dropping
sitting on the beach of the forgettable
form
I formed with the sand
your serene mermaid image
your hair with seaweed I drew

and I looked between your yellow letters
thousand love and
a flower between two pages
fell asleep
and my empty arms they closed
hugging the nothingness
trying to stop my youth

today finally I have come back to the truth
my empty hands have searched for you
the sun has fallen asleep
I call for you but you can’t hear my voice

and I looked between your yellow letters
thousand love and
a flower between two pages
fell asleep
and my empty arms they closed
hugging the nothingness
trying to stop my youth
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#15

Not often someone just blows you away with utterly amazing skills…this is just one of those times… :notworthy:


#16

Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks.

One of the most truly wonderful albums of all time.
Listenable at all times: going up, down, with folks, without.
Call me Ishmael, but that shit will make me shut up.
Allah knows that takes some doing.


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#19

Nothing like the blues to make you feel better (as upside down as that sounds, it’s the way it works).


#20

Warm weather :runaway: