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8 November 2017
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sir walter raleigh said
Turn it down! TURN IT DOWN!  TURN IT OFF HE IS BETRAYING US!!

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Cut the cables Pete Seeger! 

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8 November 2017
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Turn the Greatful Dead up! I gotta confess I don't know much about them by now but from what I've heard I really haven't expected them to be that funky. Honestly, that instrumental part from 2.30 to 3.30 approximately was one of the best moments in music I had in a long time. Guitars and bass and synthesizer melted into one big grooving, funky instrument. I've searched the internet for good funk for a while now and that's one of the best things I've found.

Additionally, I've listenend to some of the older entries in this thread again and stumbled across this Tom Wait 's track Step Right Up. I remember having disliked it back then but now I suddenly found it that cool, that I immediately had to give the whole album a listen. While some of the slower songs on it are not really my taste, Pasties and a G-String immediately found its way into my favourite songs. I'm so amazed at how much fabulous music is collected in this thread.

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8 November 2017
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Always turn Syd Barrett up. I particularly love the line 'And I stood very still by the windowsill/ And I wondered for those I loved still'... such a haunting image.

https://youtu.be/odoUnoWv9Aw

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9 November 2017
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@Martha if your search is for funk, the Dead are never a bad place to start. Try checking out some shows from 75-79, where the band, with Keith Godchaux on keys, really found a groove that took them to a whole other world. 

Once we start hearing keyboardist Brent Mydland ‘play in the band” after Godchaux’s death from 79 into the 80s their arsenal explodes, and it gets arguably even funkier. 

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9 November 2017
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I saw "cover version" and listening to the first coupla gently-strummed minutes, I thought it was yet another Floyd - related track, one that I had no knowledge of. Surprise! It's a Donovan track I had no knowledge of instead  (I only recognize the hits or the Sunshine Superman LP)...

tl, dr - Sorry, I'm gonna request that that be turned down a bit. I kinda like the spacy stoned vibe and the lead guitar a bit, but on the whole it was too subtle to grab me. I admit not listening to the lyrics, but they're rarely a factor on their own, regarding my opinion. Sorry, SG (but the important thing is that YOU like it! 😀 ) 

Did someone request some FUNK?

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9 November 2017
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I'll keep my legs closed, thanks. Turn down (Sorry, Yoko!yoko-ono_01) I will give it props though for kinda reminding me of The Residents's style of avant garde.

This next song is the opening track from Le Orme's (who I've mentioned quite a few times on the forum) 1982 album Venerdì. Although it's more pop sounding than their Prog stuff from the previous decade (which I highly recommend), I still like it!

https://youtu.be/VlrfJXdrPEU

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10 November 2017
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Hm, that's a tough one. On the one hand, the percussion is great, it features awesomely unusual instruments for this genre and the occasional Chinese touch adds a nice colour. The bassline in the choruses is cool too and the dreamy outro with its irregularities as well. Overall I really, really like the song because it's so full of fascinating little ideas. But there's one thing that annoys me a bit and that is the drumset as I find the drumming pattern quite uninspired and frankly a bit boring. But in the end, the cool percussion and bass outweigh this little downer, so turn it up a bit. But the psychedelic stuff you have shared of them is fantastic!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....7AwCujzyd8

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13 November 2017
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*SQUEEEOORRKK*  TURN the guitar of the late great amazing Pete Cosey WAY UP along with the rest of the track! I was lucky enough to buy that Miles "corner" box some years back and it's always nice hearing some of it again after a hiatus. I do wish Miles played a bit more organ here (or didn't bury it in the mix so much most of the time, whichever), because I really liked how those extreme dissonances rode above the rhythms, but no big deal. And I've sometimes wished Al Foster woulda kept his hi-hat closed more often during this era's 20-minute+ performances, but then I just imagine that he's paying tribute to Richard "Star Club" Starkey and enjoy it on a new level!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acpOO0kvfn4

 

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22 November 2017
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When the guitar started playing* I really liked the song, later, when the organ played those aggressive dissonances and the sax began blowing his nose (what a mean thing to say, LOL, I'd give everything to be able to play like that!) I started to love the song and, finally, by the time it gets rhythmically nuts I was obsessed! What an incredible performance! I also really dig the little swing fragment that shines through towards the ending. Definitely turn it up, in fact, I had it turned up all week already. But turn the screen of my laptop down at the same time so that I don't have to see this disturbing album cover anymore.paul-mccartney

* Was that an acoustic guitar with a wah-pedal? Whatever it may be, it sounds bloody awesome! I knew it was a mistake only to listen to 'Freak Out!'...

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Turn it up, pretty heavy for someone who's name sounds like Robin Williams.

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Martha said

* Was that an acoustic guitar with a wah-pedal? Whatever it may be, it sounds bloody awesome! I knew it was a mistake only to listen to 'Freak Out!'...

"Weasels" is xcellent! A mixture of 1967-69 live and studio songs/compositions/improvisations/experiments (and a great, bluesy Little Richard cover w/amazing elec. violin solo by Sugar Cane Harris, and a nasty comeback to "All You Need Is Love ") all edited together in typically jarring fashion! And sorry...I'm not sure if it's an amplified acoustic or an electric maybe recorded by direct injection or something...

@Dark Overlord , Robin Trower (original guitarist for John Lennon 's beloved Procol Harum) basically carried Jimi's spacy Strat sound into the '70s. He had like a dozen albums with practically the same identical idea for album cover art...I used to enjoy "Bridge of Sighs"...anyways, turn that "Girl" cover video UP for the most part, but turn it DOWN when the ludicrous overdubbed lead bits appear [where'd THAT come from??], then back up again because the song's a good 'un and I like seeing the chording!

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12 December 2017
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The raincoats are great. And that album is great fun. Turn it up.

https://youtu.be/1-F46pWZcGk

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vonbontee said
Turn that "Girl" cover video UP for the most part, but turn it DOWN when the ludicrous overdubbed lead bits appear [where'd THAT come from??], then back up again because the song's a good 'un and I like seeing the chording!

I thought I'd add those parts in because they're in the original song but thanks for your honest opinion on my cover of Girl.

As for Mandarin, turn up the instruments but turn down the vocals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS4_Z84-rRE

Flash, Queen, Flash Gordon, 1980

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12 December 2017
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Dark Overlord said
...As for Mandarin, turn up the instruments but turn down the vocals.

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14 December 2017
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Thanks, vonbontee for the information. I also really like the album, there's so much to explore! Especially Didja Get Any Onya? and The Eric Delphi Memorial Barbecue. I totally love this moment between minute 4 and 5 in the latter, where sax and organ wildly improvise and are absolutely tight nevertheless.

Well, turn Flash down a little. I used to like Queen but at the moment, they just don't do anything for me anymore. Their music, I can appreciate but not love. However, this track is at least not as clean as some other songs, that's already cool. All in all, it's too repetitive, though, for my taste. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BlSMMi8ty8

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17 December 2017
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That didn't strike me as particularly memorable, and the psychedelic interlude didn't add much. (As usual, I confess to ignoring the lyrics, so I don't know if they made a difference.) But I like the guitar tone throughout, and the solo is somewhat menacing, so turn it up 0.68 notches in tribute to the year.

Here's a tribute to the following year!

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I'd Turn it up. I'm getting a little bit into The Stooges.

How 'bout this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyGU-CJulTs

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That's catchy! Turn it up a bit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcDYTcTXtI8

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So now I've heard CtE for the first (third?) time! Pretty good song, turn it up to exactly 8. (not giving it 8/10, mind.) Production melodrama reminded me a bit of early 70s Bowie, a good thing.

Was gonna post a Prince video in hopes of enticing @PurplishRain (and MANY OTHER pudlians!) into this thread but figured he can do that himself if he shows up here. (And hey, here he is! Or was!) So here's something else...three sisters!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxPsXPCR5MU

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Turn that volume all the way up. I love those girls.

https://youtu.be/SfvoDfY8HhE

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