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Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by vilafria, Aug 4, 2012.
From Her To Eternity - Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds (1984)
Donovan: Sunshine Superman (1966)
ANTIBALAS - Antibalas (2012)
This came out yesterday. They're an afrobeat band from Brooklyn that's been around for years and is finally starting to get their due critically and (hopefully) commercially. They were the band for the off Broadway production, Fela! That's probably been their biggest claim to fame so far. They're coming here in October and I can't wait to see them since they only played here once about a decade ago and I missed it.
Wow another ANTIBALAS fan. kudos to you my good man.
Sophie Milman - Take Love Easy (2000)
Grateful Dead - Without A Net (1990)
Caribou - "Found Out"
Cannot decide if this guy is serious. But I'm kinda digging his take on the whole southern rap thing.
The Meters: Funkify Your Life--The Meters Anthology
Yeah, I got into them a bit before Who Is This America? came out. I love afrobeat. Have tons of albums by Fela, Femi and Seun (though I've only ever seen Femi in concert.)
Strangely enough (may have been you) I got into Fela Kuti because of this thread.
Medeski Martin & Wood: Combustication (1998)
Al Green: Let's Stay Together (1972)
TREY ANASTASIO - Time Turns Elastic (2009)
One of Anastasio's forays into orchestral music.
Artist: Sylvie Vartan
RUSSIAN CIRCLES - Empros (2011)
Dean Martin - "All Of Me"
The Best Of Dean Martin (1997)
Born in Russia, moved to Israel, then to Canada. She's got a helluva voice. And a few other things
Sophie Milman (2004)
Ultra Vivid Scene: Ultra Vivid Scene (1988)
Yitkin Seow Plays Erik Satie
Unsound - Mission Of Burma (2012)
Flowers - The Rolling Stones (1967)
Early Music (Lachrymae Antigua) - Kronos Quartet (1997)
Machine Gun Etiquette - The Damned (1979)
The Yes Album - Yes (1971)