What music are you listening today?

(Something Random) #552


Still 20 years behind y’all - or am i ?

(Something Random) #553


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(Something Random) #556

Yeh - were all here

(Ishtanchuk Fazmarai) #557

Time for a classic.

Kim Wilde - Kids in America (1981)

Kim Wilde, a beautiful voice for a beautiful face. That was the time when a singer without voice and skill was either toast or performing punk. :smile:

(Ian Morbius) #558

Farewell Harry Dean Stanton.
Harry Dean Stanton - "Cancion Mixteca"

The Repo Code

(Mina Sebiestar) #559

(Ishtanchuk Fazmarai) #560

Another beautiful voice for a beautiful cover.

Goldfrapp - It’s not over yet (2008)

(Mortlake) #561

‘Blind’ is particularly catchy. Quite underrated.

(Mortlake) #562

(Ian Morbius) #563

PJ Harvey - Rid Of Me

(Ian Morbius) #564

Ivana Solcaniova plays Capricho Arabe by Francisco Tárrega

(Ian Morbius) #565

The Psychedelic Furs - Pretty in Pink

Blind Faith :peace_symbol: Sea of Joy

Norah Jones - Peace

(Something Random) #566

Frankie Said (House yourself up in 1984) - Frankie had a decent handle on the future.

(Teckos Pech) #567

(Ian Morbius) #568

Leonard Cohen - Leaving the Table

Pepe Romero plays Tonadilla by Angel Barrios

(Ishtanchuk Fazmarai) #569

And now for something completely different…

Raphael - Balada triste de trompeta (1970)

Covering a original theme by Franco Pisano and Nini Rosso, Raphael’s rendition and a moving trumpet play overloads emotion and mops the floor with the original ballad about a dead love. Originally the cover was released to a lukewarm reception during a low in Raphael’s career, but over time it has become widely appreciated and is regarded as a staple of his discography.

(Veine Miromme) #570

(Jeremiah Saken) #571