What are you listening to/fav type of music

dapaterson

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FJAG said:

Still waiting to hear them sing

Namaig baga zaluugaasaa khoish
Bi möngön bömbög togloj baisan
Sokhogoos Braiton khürtel
Bi tedniig bügdiig ni toglokh yostoi baisan
Gekhdee bi tüün shig yum kharaagüi
Alivaa zugaa tsengeliin tankhimd
Ene dülii, sokhor khüükhed
Medeejiin khereg dundaj züü bömbög toglodog!
 

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A mashup from the Broadway shows Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen.

I have issues with Dear Evan Hansen, and with the song that's used for the mashup (not all people in mental distress can reach out; abandoning psych medications can be horrifically bad; there's some latent homophobia in at least one number) but this is an incredibly powerful song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxvOMJSogMQ

 

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Postmodern Jukebox began as jazz musicians in NYC jamming, taking modern songs and giving them a vintage feel.

Over a billion YouTube views and a move to California later, they're still at it.

For example: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun - the early 1900s waltz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CPbg9ljE4M

The vintage jazz version of Living on a Prayer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMeN0CFNWmk
 

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'Alexa.... play Yo Yo Ma.' is my morning mantra.

I'm no esthe, but that boy's good on the ol' Cello!
 

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dapaterson said:
For a minute, I thought you said "Alexa, play Yo Ma Ma"

Good idea.... stand by!

OK, there's no music associated with that, but she gives you a bunch of 'Yo Ma Ma' jokes....
 

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I have been watching this one repeatedly for a few evenings.
Fun and a great tune. "Baby Got Back:" Sir Mix-A-Lot with the Seattle Symphony
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w59e20ijOpE
 

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Fixed a record player last month, and finally hooked up a preamp for it, so spent yesterday locked into my mancave listening to a slew of great Canadian vinyl...FIST, Pukka Orchestra, Luba [original EP] Lighthouse, Teaze, and some Good Brothers. [when I foolishly traded all my vinyl in for one double Buzzcocks CD back in 2003 I at least kept some LP's that I didn't think would ever make it to CD format]

All this while sorting out the over 3000 45's I bought for a song [insert groan here] a few weeks ago.  Only needed 50 for my juke box but hey, good way to self isolate....
 

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My cousin's band.  Four Scottish guys, all from different musical backgrounds, making some pretty good American influenced folk music.

https://youtu.be/lz8wngQtlaU
 

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In the early days, Simon & Garfunkel were basically Sylvia Plath set to music.  A brief set from Toronto in 1966.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fu9ATbLE72I
 

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Strombo: John Prine played in my living room. 
This was actually one of the most smooth sounding John Prine that Ive heard in many years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5Rkm_dqm7A&feature=youtu.be

 
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