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PostSat Jan 18, 2020 8:55 pm 
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Fruition, a Portland band, seems to have slipped under my radar.  Fortunately, I picked up on them recently.  smile.gif


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PostMon Jan 20, 2020 8:35 pm 
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so... at Anne's suggestion... here you go:

this one is tasty.... lots of theramin and screaming women:


Messer Chups / Cocktail Draculina (2002)


this one is good for that day when you need some serious reverb:

Messer Chups / Bermuda 66 (2011)


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PostThu Jan 23, 2020 3:34 am 
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Love all the different instruments/elements brought into this.


This one has a more melodic feel to it as there is no driving drumbeat throughout, just various instruments and some electronic tomfoolery to carry the theme along.  Very relaxing.


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PostSat Jan 25, 2020 11:10 pm 
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Well it's not Russian surf rock @ski, but it is Russian.  A bit of folk metal.

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PostSat Jan 25, 2020 11:27 pm 
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I found this on Pandora a while ago.  Just heard it playing when I was in QFC the other day.  It's pretty simple but I find it really appealing.

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PostSun Jan 26, 2020 1:25 am 
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I looked back thru several pages.  There's a whole bunch of stuff I listen to regularly that I haven't put up here.  Country/folk singer from Australia I've seen live several times.  She's way overdue to return to the States.

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PostSun Jan 26, 2020 1:36 am 
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Sometimes I get a jones for 90s Americana.

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There are so many different genres of music.  I heard a little bit of The Sundays and Cowboy Junkies way back when.  Wasn't til years later that I heard a term for that kind of music--dream pop (or closely associated shoegaze).  Found some other stuff in that same vein I really like.  I kind of think of it as lullabies for adults.  I'd have to say it's Mazzy Star that really got me started on this musical journey.  I'd heard their name for years but didn't know their music.  I'm sure I must've heard "Fade Into You" during the 90s, but it just didn't really sink into my psyche.  Had to wait til the mid 2010's to catch up.

I've seen this band live a couple times.  Most of their songs have long intros, Tessa does start singing eventually.  It's worth the wait, she has a lovely voice.  She looks totally peaceful and blissed out on stage.


a couple other bands (hmm...I think long intros just kinda goes w/ the territory)

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Sometimes I'm not really sure if I'm using the correct term or not.  There are about a million sub genres, w/ quite a bit of cross pollination if you will.  Kind of a generic one I've been using is synth pop.  Once upon a time you couldn't have paid me to listen to this (I hated Depeche Mode when I was growing up!), but lo and behold there's quite a bit of this stuff I like a lot now.  I think for this (dream pop too) it HAS to be a female vocalist, I just have zero interest in the same style if it's a male singer.  I guess I'm a sexist, but against my own, so it's okay.  Some in this genre have gotten massively popular (Lorde), but many laboring in relative obscurity.

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PostSat Feb 01, 2020 7:06 pm 
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Fascinating, at times uncomfortable, but totally enjoyable piece with genius alpha Neil Young plus Furay and Stills. tongue.gif

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PostSun Feb 02, 2020 5:55 pm 
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British duo I enjoy.  Apparently they are a couple as well.  And didn't split up as a musical duo or a couple, as the video would have you believe.

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Vive la France !

Les Jaguars (Vol. 2) full album (1965)


Les Jaguars / Mer Morte (full album) (1964)


(* okay... so they're not really from France, but that doesn't make any difference. *)

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PostThu Feb 13, 2020 5:39 pm 
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Been listening to Eilen Jewell a lot the last few days in preparation for seeing her at the Tractor on Valentine's Day.

(the sound quality sucks on all the live video clips for this song, so I went w/ audio only)

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PostSun Feb 23, 2020 1:18 am 
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and here's a brand new one - January 18, 2020 - live in St. Petersburg


and here's something with a little bit extra - Zombierella & Bonecollectors - live at Mod, St. Petersburg:


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