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Sophie Milman (2006)

In retrospect, I think her first album was the best one.

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Coincidently, I met "Tokyo Rose" Eva Toguri in Chicago back when I was a kid.

 

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some \m/

Horrendous - Ecdysis

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Highly recommend this if you like Roxy Music, Prefab Sprout, The Blue Nile etc.

 

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I definitely like those things, will listen later.  Right now listening to some nice wake up music from supergroup/side project/vanity project/??? Legend of the Seagullmen:

 

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Might just be time for a Mad Dog Margarita.

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Hatari! Soundtrack

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Not the band Hatari

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I grew up on Henry Mancini, and that soundtrack in particular was one of my favourites.

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Mather, This is the Underground

progressive hard rock with clean vocals -- totally dig this!  Lots of nice dynamics, from clean almost country to soaring lead guitar solos and great ensemble playing.  RIYL Elder, harder rocking Pineapple Thief, et al

https://mather.bandcamp.com/releases

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Siouxsie and the Banshees - Peepshow

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On 5/12/2020 at 2:03 PM, robm321 said:

Some morning classical

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Gave this a listen -- quite good!  And wise choices, too, I enjoyed the sequence of Schubert/Berg/Liszt -- Berg's piece almost seemed like an interlude.

Now:  super mellow clean jammy guitars:

https://stonerebel1.bandcamp.com/album/land-of-the-dying-dreams

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Before the days of social distancing.

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And of course Canadian high school choir/cover bands. 

 

And up next...I'm not sure I understand gender, but women singing Tom Waits shines something related to truth on it (if my personal biases can be ignored) 

EDIT: Final melodrama of the night... 

 

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