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marsrock7
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Megadeth above Metallica all day. 

I haven't had the chance to listen to anyone elses elses posts here yet, quite a bit I don't recognize so should be interesting. 

Let's see if anyone else here can appreciate this, lots of offbeats and harmonic dissonance:

The vocals took me a bit to get used to, but once I did, it all fits together beautifully. The whole album is a work of art:

 

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What do you get when you cross Canadian drug smugglers and East Indian Hells Angels with skaters and graffiti artists?

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https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=3WO_dS7ti64&feature=share

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https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=3WO_dS7ti64&feature=share

Chapman Stick?

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Posted : October 10, 2019 8:50 pm
Uncle Mush
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I saw these guys in concert years ago.  The Whoten Brothers (base and percussion) are a lot of fun to watch.

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Uncle Mush
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 . . . and if you are into jazz/funk, this is definitely worth a listen -- heck, even if you are not into that genre its worth watching/listening!   Lalah Hathaway (Donny Hathaway's daughter) does an amazing vocal.  There is no electronic gadgetry, she actually vocalizes chords all by herself in real time.  That happens a little after 6 minutes into the video.  Watch the reaction of the drummer.  No wonder this won a Grammy!

 

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Oh on a similar style to those:

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I saw these guys in concert years ago.  The Whoten Brothers (base and percussion) are a lot of fun to watch.

Flight of the Cosmic Hippo has bass that has to be experienced to be believed.  Haven't heard another tune that comes even close.  The rest of the album is good listening as well.  Deserves to be played from a good source and on decent gear.

 

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Yup. That's the esteemed Tony Levin on Chapman Stick. King Crimson is the only band that has the chutzpah to let him get it out. JK... but I'd very much like to see Peter Gabriel write a song or two for it, even though it doesnt really work that way.

 

@Dave, others

I've seen Béla Fleck three times in the last 25 years or so: once with the Flecktones (the Wootens), once with Chick Corea, and once with his amazing wife Abigail Washburn. Each show very distinct from the others, different genres, styles and approaches to the concert. All of them incredibly talented artists. Small venues with good acoustics too.

Edit: looks like Bela is bored again, time to meld banjo with classical music. Never sounds like it will work, on paper, but he pulls it off every time. I will likely be attending a performance of his Second Banjo Concerto.

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Posted : October 11, 2019 1:19 pm
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This one sits off to the side a little also. I had to listen to the whole album two or three times before it really clicked. Worth the effort.

https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_m9gkUnTxdH2xAGfIq_oeH81y5jpDaqKhA

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Just listened to most everything posted so far. Lots of good stuff present!

@pwnzor duboiza kolectiv is good stuff. First time I've heard any ska from overseas. Will be listening to more.

@nocoolname Tyler Childers... Incredible conveyance of emotion in his voice.

@haloruler64 I haven't heard any Helloween in a good while. And that Pentatonix version of Hallelujah was powerful.

@uncle-mush Yes! Everybody should give Snarky Puppy a listen. I've made several people try it and have yet to find someone who could say they didn't like it.  Excellent vocals from Lalah. I was already impressed before she threw in the polyphonic tones at the end. That surprised me. 

Reminded me of a demo vid on polyphonic overtones I stumbled on a while back:

I find it incredible that people can learn to control their voices in such a way... and I can't even talk straight half the time.

One of the Pentatonix  singers also throws polyphonics into the mix in occasion, the one who sang the second verse. 

To put things way out in left field, here's some more polyphonics, mixed with other strange and beautiful sounds:

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@nottamiata thanks for reminding me about Praxis! Haven't heard that in a while either... Now I'm probably going to start listening to Buckethead again soon.

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Posted : October 12, 2019 12:39 am
Uncle Mush
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Posted by: @marsrock7

Just listened to most everything posted so far. Lots of good stuff present!

@pwnzor duboiza kolectiv is good stuff. First time I've heard any ska from overseas. Will be listening to more.

@nocoolname Tyler Childers... Incredible conveyance of emotion in his voice.

@haloruler64 I haven't heard any Helloween in a good while. And that Pentatonix version of Hallelujah was powerful.

@uncle-mush Yes! Everybody should give Snarky Puppy a listen. I've made several people try it and have yet to find someone who could say they didn't like it.  Excellent vocals from Lalah. I was already impressed before she threw in the polyphonic tones at the end. That surprised me. 

Reminded me of a demo vid on polyphonic overtones I stumbled on a while back:

 

I find it incredible that people can learn to control their voices in such a way... and I can't even talk straight half the time.

One of the Pentatonix  singers also throws polyphonics into the mix in occasion, the one who sang the second verse. 

To put things way out in left field, here's some more polyphonics, mixed with other strange and beautiful sounds:

 

Edit:

@nottamiata thanks for reminding me about Praxis! Haven't heard that in a while either... Now I'm probably going to start listening to Buckethead again soon.

Thoroughly enjoyed those.  Thanks for sharing!

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How about some black face.  Die Antwoord is popular in South Africa.  

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