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I would like to start with
The RaincoatsAlbum: The RaincoatsPost-Punk I couldnt find the whole album so here is a link to one of their songshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-p5OfsjxsQ
They sound like Velvet Underground
I made this thread because I would like a more formal approach to recommending music in here.
Coffee Shop section or something like that
Please dont post about crunkcore artists in here
Side work Almendra, Invisible, Pescado Rabioso.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boEQ0owEGJg
Here is some that isn't:
Celtic Woman, Songs from the Heart--PBS special. 1 hour 17 minutes.
Here's the finale:
Edited by Coyote,
Send me a PM if you enjoyed the albums I recommended to you.^ this is for all the people that posts in here.
Edited by CoolBeans,
Others I ahve been enjoying are Mary Black, Christy Moore and Declan Sinnott.
Declan has his first solo album out. "I Love The Noise It Makes" is very good.Here are some snippets
Here is Christy Moore and Declan Sinnott playing "Shine on you Crazy Diamond" off of Christy Moore's album "Listen"
"God did it" is not an argument. It is an excuse for intellectual laziness.
Trout Mask Replicahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5I-Xq54FT4
I know, I know. Everyone has already heard of this album but I think it deserves its place in here.
The original from the "Ghost of Tom Joad" was an acoustic song but this one is just amazing.
King CrimsonAlbum: RedProg Rockhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHIH1XDK2BI
Celtic Women are excellent singers, but Deirbhile is from a Gaelic speaking area so her pronunciation is far better.
Artist: Taj MahalSong: Bourgeois Blues
Artist: John MellencampSong: Do Re Mi
Artist: BruceSong: Vigilante Man/I Ain't Got No Home
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