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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by stratman in va, Nov 15, 2012.
Never realized Amy Winehouse had this affinity for ska. Really digging this:
This duet with Paul Weller...whew:
I liked that Stroppers vid you posted and looked them up. Found an album on youtube that's fantastic:
I have no idea how I haven't heard of this band. Apparently they have been around for a long time. The musicianship is just incredible. It turns out one of the guitarists is from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and is quite well known on his own. (Mark Lettieri).
I didn't know there was anyone left making this kind of complex music because it seems so rare in today's musical reality.
Anyway, I realize this may not be to most folks musical tastes around here, but this sort of music certainly demonstrates that there are still some extremely talented musicians out there creating new and challenging music. You just have to search it out.
Since Christmas time I have played pretty much nothing but The Beatles 'White Album' Deluxe version with The Esher Demo's. Man this mix really is a Masterpiece. George Martin would be very proud of his son.
Non mainstream 80s metal this week
Enjoyed watching this
At 20min there's this. Bell, Braniff and Wilson (Robert Cray - Phone Booth cover)
Sounded fine on the car radio on the way over, sooooo....
Buzz and the Flyers, Polecats, Robert Gordon and Levi andnthe Rockcats, there May be a trend here.