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Rayblewit

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An interesting array that last batch Gary. Mostly likeable because they are not the usual run of the mill stuff.

Now I bought a 60 track 3cd readers digest compilation of love songs just recently for 2 bucks at the local op shop. Some great old gems on it.

This track is on it. It is one I'd forgotten about . .
Is this the most sensual / seductive tune ever?

 

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The Italo disco music was ok Lloydy. I was tapping my feet but not a huge fan.
The last Happyrat selection were ok too. Mostly likeable! Different than the hum drum run of the mill once again. Nice!
I thought the "All Gold Samoyed" was brilliant.
thanks again for the music leads.
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The Italo disco music was ok Lloydy. I was tapping my feet but not a huge fan.
The last Happyrat selection were ok too. Mostly likeable! Different than the hum drum run of the mill once again. Nice!
I thought the "All Gold Samoyed" was brilliant.
thanks again for the music leads.
Ray
Thanks for the reply Ray! Each to their own of course! I did enjoy the track you posted by Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin even it wasn't my usual kind of music.
I'm still discovering music that I didn't think I'd like as the days go on! I only discovered italo-disco months ago, but it's one of my favourite genres at the moment.

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I bought the album by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds the other day and have been listening to it today - there are some really catchy tracks on there.

Just listened to If I Had A Gun:


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Chick Corea, Return to Forever, Romantic Warrior album, also Joey DeFrancesco, live in San Francisco, Several live Israel Houghton contemporary Christian CDs
 
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Been watching lots of Brett Domino's videos on YouTube recently, he does some brilliant covers of pop songs, all performed on keyboards, keytars, Stylophones, kazoos..., all intentionally cringeworthy! Unfortunately he's just a character (His real name is Rob Madin)

 

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Here's a real taste of musical history. The very first commercial album released using the brand new MOOG Synthesizer.

Dick Hyman's The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman released in 1969 in it's entirety.

I finally managed to score a copy of the CD version today!!!

Give it a listen and enjoy. :D Some of it is bloody god awful but it does get better as you progress thru the album :D


Gary ;)
 

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Been watching lots of Brett Domino's videos on YouTube recently, he does some brilliant covers of pop songs, all performed on keyboards, keytars, Stylophones, kazoos..., all intentionally cringeworthy! Unfortunately he's just a character (His real name is Rob Madin)


This is hilarious. As well as the followup video on his youtube page.

The comments are hysterical.

Honestly I think this video belongs on the music theory page. :D :D :D

Gary ;)
 
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