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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
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    Duarte: Good one, I was wondering if there were any ZZ Top fans here. Saw them live in the 1980's. Lots of band members that I grew up with in the 1970's are passing on or already have.

    For anyone here from Chicago, remember Jesus just left Chicago and He's bound for New Orleans. Although when he got there, might not have stayed to long either LOL.

    Just kidding, both historical and interesting cities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo Trapani View Post
    Duarte: Good one, I was wondering if there were any ZZ Top fans here. Saw them live in the 1980's. Lots of band members that I grew up with in the 1970's are passing on or already have.

    For anyone here from Chicago, remember Jesus just left Chicago and He's bound for New Orleans. Although when he got there, might not have stayed to long either LOL.

    Just kidding, both historical and interesting cities.

    Cheers Duarte
    Hello Trapani. In Orlando, at Universal Studios Park, my son and I rode the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit roller coaster listening a soundtrack of ZZ Top. Me and my son are big fans of the band.
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    Duarte: You are exposing your son to great music. My view, and that is all it is, nothing matches the 1970's in terms of quality of bands in all genre of music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo Trapani View Post
    Duarte: You are exposing your son to great music. My view, and that is all it is, nothing matches the 1970's in terms of quality of bands in all genre of music.
    Amen to that, although maybe we'll have a rock revival. :)


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    Angela: I view lots of music from the 1970's on youtube and I notice in comments that many people in their 20's and 30's, instinctively and immediately realize the the depth of the lyrics, the ability to play instruments and the fact that those bands or solo acts, could actually sing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo Trapani View Post
    Angela: I view lots of music from the 1970's on youtube and I notice in comments that many people in their 20's and 30's, instinctively and immediately realize the the depth of the lyrics, the ability to play instruments and the fact that those bands or solo acts, could actually sing.
    Absolutely true. It was still actual music into the 80s, but after that everything went downhill.

    Younger people are shocked, as you say, that people know how to play instruments, and that singers didn't used to need auto-tune. That's one reason why I'm so obsessed with our new Italian rock band. They're better live than recorded. Also, it gives me hope that, as Damiano said when they won Eurovision: Rock Will Never Die. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Absolutely true. It was still actual music into the 80s, but after that everything went downhill.

    Younger people are shocked, as you say, that people know how to play instruments, and that singers didn't used to need auto-tune. That's one reason why I'm so obsessed with our new Italian rock band. They're better live than recorded. Also, it gives me hope that, as Damiano said when they won Eurovision: Rock Will Never Die. :)
    Yes, I finished HS in the early 1980's, lots of good bands then that I liked, some sort of where alternative rock type bands from the late 1970's that got more popular in the early 1980's, B-52's, The Pretenders, Blondie, The Ramones, The Clash, and some acts that are pure 1980's from mid to the later part of the decade (i.e., Bon Jovi). Of course, some were established bands or some solo acts who use to be in Bands (i.e. Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac, Paul McCartney leaving Wings) that were still dong well into the 1980's.

    In the 1990's, only a few acts to me have stood the test of time, such as Alanis Morrissette and Natalie Merchant (i.e. Mercante) but it sort of was the "The Last Picture Show" to use a movie analogy of music.

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    Angela/Duarte: In some music thread earlier this year, Home Free was a topic of discussion (one of the few modern bands out there that I personally like). Anyway, they just released their version of the Patsy Cline "Crazy". Really good, sang it in a similar key as the late Patsy Cline.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD17NnmqHuQ

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    Very much enjoying eastern ethnic music during these hot days. Budha Bar Nostalgia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo Trapani View Post
    Angela/Duarte: In some music thread earlier this year, Home Free was a topic of discussion (one of the few modern bands out there that I personally like). Anyway, they just released their version of the Patsy Cline "Crazy". Really good, sang it in a similar key as the late Patsy Cline.

    Cheers.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD17NnmqHuQ
    I think it may be his best cover. It's a great key for him, and he did Patsy proud. :)

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    … and this Daunian could really dance too


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    Why does il slang Napolitano slap so hard?


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    Bedd(r)ha ci Dormi … in Leccese :)


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    See 0.10.20 onwards - Beatles in Concert - Ouro Preto Symphonic Orchestra - The Ouro Preto City Symphonic Orchestra interprets Beatles classics in a baroque Church in Sabará, Metropolitan Region of Belo Horizonte.


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    I've found a new music and band to obsess on...It's sung in Ladino, the Sephardic dialect of Spanish used by Sephardic Jews. I think the band
    is made up of descendants of Sephardic Jews who settled in Turkey after their expulsion. I adore them.


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    Some of the great Fierrabras, from Schubert, conducted by Claudio Abbado.

    Act 3 - No.21 - Funeral March


    Act 3 - No.22
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED5H...ZqlgE&index=41
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUsl...ZqlgE&index=42

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    After Otello, my Verdi's favorite: Macbeth. Amazing!

    By Claudio Abbado.

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    Just love the Balkan instruments + Eastern vibe.

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    … some highlights:

    Albano in Leccese (… though he’s Salentino), Il Volo in Griko - Kalinifta, Madame in Leccese - Mannaggia la marea, …


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    Mostly listen to recommendations on Spotify. As a rule the service shows me new house music :)

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