I am listening to Paula Cole/ Amen
. . .
and now this Spanish singer called Bebé, with a song called "con mis manos". Pretty interesting fusion of Flamenco and spanish gipsy with rock.
Try it. I´m sure you´ll like it
8thPlanet24 July 2008 at 2:54amPosts: 693 (0 today)Status: offline
I was listening to PG at The Bottom Line (late show) 1978 earlier.
Right now it's Little Wing / Third Stone From The Sun by Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble (Philly 1983)
Both from http://www.WolfgangsVault.com
nechesh24 July 2008 at 4:05amPosts: 1111 (0 today)Status: offline
mercy24 July 2008 at 12:44pmPosts: 1127 (0 today)Status: offline
Someone has created an amazing YouTube Channel for the group called Trio Bulgarka. Many of you are familiar with them from having sung with Kate Bush, but they do ahve their own recordings out on Nonesuch Records.
Earthly and Unearthly Music, I think you'll agree.
Ste24 July 2008 at 7:28pmPosts: 2647 (0 today)Status: offline
I guess it's been too many years I didn't listen really to Leonard Cohen.
Since the show, on the 22. he's back here.
and I love
"the future" whole album
Memé25 July 2008 at 3:01pmPosts: 2378 (0 today)Status: offline
What do you want from me? Pink Floyd
Phaedrus25 July 2008 at 3:16pmPosts: 538 (0 today)Status: offline
lately i've been driving my family nuts by listening to Barbez' album "Barbez". oh, that's their 2nd self titled album. sound like anyone we know?
"Imagine Kurt Weill chewing sausages with the Residents underneath the Williamsburg Bridge while watching a Russian wedding dance and you have some approximation of Barbez, Brooklyn?s one-of-a-kind post-cabaret punk chamber ensemble. Provoked by Slavic folksong, Argentine tango, post-war classical and pre-MTV punk, Barbez wrings these disparate worlds into their own unique soundscape. The group began five years ago with members whose backgrounds were in dance, rock, jazz, electronics and avant-garde classical: Ksenia Vidyaykina, Dan Kaufman, Danny Tunick (Bang On A Can Allstars), Pamelia Kurstin (Geggy Tah, The Kurstins), Dan Coates and Shahzad Ismaily. Barbez draws its unusual instrumentation into a haunting, original sound that evokes everything from Swans and PJ Harvey to Lotte Lenya and Eastern European folk music."