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Discussion in 'Music' started by db, Aug 22, 2008.
Something a bit different.
RIP Dusty x
I have a recording of the old USSR national anthem on the Мелодия record label.
It is the highest quality vinyl record that I own.
I'm listening to it as it's on the Fargo playlist.... But, it's mesmerising, just as lots of the Jewish music I've found is...
Also like this from the Red Army Choir ... (not sure if they're called the Red Army anymore. )
Alexandrov Ensemble* has been the real name since 1949.
* well, in an abbreviated form, anyway.
Have time travelled back to the 70s this evening. I might just stay there.
Not a bad place to be musically and probably my favourite decade workwise.
Any Don Broco fans here? I've only started hearing them recently (since I started listening to the radio more often) but I've been really impressed with the creativity present in their recent singles and videos.
The start of this one reminds me of 'Born Slippy' a bit.
When I was a kid I could just about crank out a two fingered version of Chopsticks on a piano.
It would appear there are some out there who can do it better .... and then some.
Chopsticks!!! - AIR.TV
Not music, not tv, we could really do with a Youtube post. I used adore Danny La Rue, used watch him every week on The Good Old Days with Mum & Dad.