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Invisibledrawde
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drawde's Random Gems
    #745571 - 08/29/14 09:56 AM (3 years, 23 days ago)

Yugoslavian progressive rock from the 1975 self-titled album:



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volcomstoner said:
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Re: drawde's Random Gems [Re: drawde] * 1
    #749088 - 09/21/14 12:02 PM (3 years, 16 hours ago)

Some R&B from the 2000 album Mama's Gun, feat. Roy Hargrove on trumpet



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Re: drawde's Random Gems [Re: drawde]
    #749090 - 09/21/14 12:17 PM (3 years, 16 hours ago)

Orchestral from 2003 album Furious Angels:



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Rob Dougan is a rather odd musician. He says he's not particularly interested in music, for a start. His most famous track, Clubbed to Death, is dance music that you could never dance to. He has written for both Matrix films, but doesn't seem to think much of what he did for those either. He spent six years working on his orchestral solo album, Furious Angels, which could either be an epic work of panoramic genius or a gargantuan monument to his ego, with strings—it's hard to tell. And he has just been asked to remix some Frank Sinatra tracks, even though he thinks remixes are a waste of time.




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Re: drawde's Random Gems [Re: drawde]
    #751641 - 10/07/14 11:16 PM (2 years, 11 months ago)

:chillpill:


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Harry Detroit in 304 made one last promise now
"I'm goin out without a trace, a vanishing act before your eyes"


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Re: drawde's Random Gems [Re: drawde] * 1
    #801972 - 12/21/15 03:13 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)

A gem of a compilation album of Ethiopian jazz artist Mulatu Astatke.



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In the early 1970s, Astatke brought his new sound, which he called Ethio-jazz, back to his homeland while continuing to work in the US. He collaborated with many notable artists in both countries, arranging and playing on recordings by Mahmoud Ahmed, and appearing as a special guest with Duke Ellington and his band during a tour of Ethiopia in 1973




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Re: drawde's Random Gems [Re: drawde]
    #802026 - 12/22/15 12:50 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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drawde said:
Some R&B from the 2000 album Mama's Gun, feat. Roy Hargrove on trumpet





My girl and I love this album. :highfive:

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drawde said:
A gem of a compilation album of Ethiopian jazz artist Mulatu Astatke.



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In the early 1970s, Astatke brought his new sound, which he called Ethio-jazz, back to his homeland while continuing to work in the US. He collaborated with many notable artists in both countries, arranging and playing on recordings by Mahmoud Ahmed, and appearing as a special guest with Duke Ellington and his band during a tour of Ethiopia in 1973






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