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What are you listening to/fav type of music

a_majoor

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The HU, "Sad but True"

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

Genghis Khan's descendants graciously allowed Motorhead to cover this song.....
 

dapaterson

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Tim Hawkins on National Anthems.

Including covers of the US national anthem by Bob Marley, Neil Young, Dave Mathews and Bob Dylan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Pb80dbVUKM
 

medicineman

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Mr Brightside by The Killers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVlfINuDdKE&list=RD3mLPxaCTvzc&index=2

MM
 

FJAG

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Phil Spector died. He was a controversial figure, at best, but, man, he created some great sounds.

Listening to the Blossoms/Crystals "He's a Rebel". I'll follow that with a whole lot of Ronette's stuff.

🙂
 

mariomike

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Phil did have his "quirks". He was described as, "Talented, but flawed."

Ronnie recalled that he installed a gold coffin with a glass top in the basement, promising that he would kill her and display corpse if she ever left him.

I remember my aunt, who wasn't much older than me, listening to Phil's "girl groups" on her transistor radio.
 

Furniture

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Spotify just played a song I'd never heard before called "Breakfast in Hell" Slaid Cleves, and as sucker for a good story song, it is now part of my rotation.
 

dapaterson

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There are two types of people in the world: those who believe Audra McDonald is the world's greatest living Broadway performer, and those who are wrong. Here she is performing Jason Robert Brown's Stars & The Moon.

 

dapaterson

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I think I've come up with the new CAF language testing paradigm: If you can listen to Vincent Vallières' "On va s'aimer encore" without getting a tear in your eye, you need to go back for more French training.

Au bout de nos doutes
Au bout de la route
Au-delà de la mort
On va s'aimer encore

 
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