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Le beau valet de coeur et la dame de pique
Causent sinistrement de leurs amours défunts.

- Baudelaire

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SteveGus wrote: 26 Jul 2017, 00:58 Catherine Ribeiro - Paix.
Ooh I hadn't heard of her but I liked that. Interesting backing with a nice tootling organ and the singing was different from others of the time. She sounded a bit angry in the middle but tailed off very pleasantly. 1972 was a brilliant time for music :32(1): .
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The last tune played by random shuffle in the car today was Emtidi - Walking In The Park - it always brightens my day.
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SteveGus wrote: 26 Jul 2017, 09:41 Espers - Dead King
Another one I hadn't heard of - lovely singing plus discordant keyboard noise, what more could one ask for ?
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Mrs 2dogs wants some more jazz on the iPod in the car so I've just been finding a few MP3 downloads. I find "just jazz" a bit boring though, so have bought Lounge Lizards, Sun Ra, Magma and Annexus Quam :32(1): .
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2dogs wrote: 26 Jul 2017, 10:30 Mrs 2dogs wants some more jazz on the iPod in the car so I've just been finding a few MP3 downloads. I find "just jazz" a bit boring though, so have bought Lounge Lizards, Sun Ra, Magma and Annexus Quam :32(1): .
The tracks on those were good enough but I couldn't listen to a whole album in one go. I've gone back to 4000 track randomness on my big iPod dock today - Sun Ra has played a bit of jazz already but it sounds a lot better mixed in with the psych/prog/kraut/space/alt-rock, electronic and ambient etc :32(12): .
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Well aged cheese:

Styx - Suite Madame Blue
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Late 70s/early 80s post-punk (or whatever you want to call it)
Joy Division
The Feelies

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Sibylline wrote: 29 Jul 2017, 22:48 Late 70s/early 80s post-punk (or whatever you want to call it)
Joy Division
The Feelies
Joy Division is Mrs 2dogs favourite and the complete works box set is in the mix in the car.
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