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What music are you listening to?

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  • NamadaNamada Veteran
    edited August 21

    lobsternakazcid
  • lobsterlobster Veteran

    Fascinating @Namada

    Some of the very athletic dancing moves are martial applications and similar can be seen in Afro-Brazilian Capoeira, which is also set to very vigorous rhythms. Another dance warrior style is cosack dancing ...

    and now back to the beat ...

    Namada
  • elcra1goelcra1go Edinburgh, Scotland New
  • elcra1goelcra1go Edinburgh, Scotland New

    I heard this for the first time a week ago- quality stuff!! Find some good speakers, lie down and enjoy x

  • federicafederica seeker of the clear blue sky Its better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak out and remove all doubt Moderator

    ...Er..... need a link, @elcra1go ... ;)

  • I don't listen to music. It blots out mindfulness.

    Bunks
  • Indeed @FoibleFull

    Sometimes music eases suffering. All mindfulness and 'no-song' leads to emptiness/silence music in speech, life rhythms our inner mind dance ...

    I have been listening to Gold whilst working ...
    http://www.mygoldmusic.co.uk/radio/how-to-listen/online/

    Should I be listening to mantra to drive me and co-worker dharmic?

  • elcra1goelcra1go Edinburgh, Scotland New

    @federica the link is the video above my comment for 'Ryuichi Sakamoto- music for yohji yamamoto'

    Reminds me of water- rain, streams, rivers.... stick with it!- hope you like x

  • NamadaNamada Veteran
    edited September 14

    Siberian shaman lady

  • KeromeKerome Did I fall in the forest? Europe Veteran

    Sting...

  • SpinyNormanSpinyNorman It's still all old bollocks Veteran

    Sigrid was at this years Glastonbury. I couldn't find her performance there, but here is one of the songs:

  • KeromeKerome Did I fall in the forest? Europe Veteran

    Early morning chants off YouTube...

    Bunks
  • NirvanaNirvana aka BUBBA   `     `     ` `     ` Outa Range Fridays thru Sundays South Carolina, USA Veteran

    LOVE SONG (1970 by Elton John, words by Lesley Duncan, 1969)

    "Love is the Opening Door
    Love Is what we came here for
    No One could offer you More..."

    lobster
  • KannonKannon NAMU AMIDA BUTSU Ach-To Veteran

    Ah yes.... I went through a huge Radiohead phase my sophomore year. Really helped me understand a lot of what was going on inside.

  • Siberian shaman lady

    She seemed to be channeling the whole Siberian fauna. Her backing band seemed to be the flora section ;) ... Many thanks. B)

    Namada
  • Currently listening to a variety of polyphonic arrangements from different countries.

    This one from the country Georgia is one of my favorites:

    lobsterNirvanaKerome
  • @lobster said:
    Indeed @FoibleFull

    Sometimes music eases suffering. All mindfulness and 'no-song' leads to emptiness/silence music in speech, life rhythms our inner mind dance ...

    I have been listening to Gold whilst working ...
    http://www.mygoldmusic.co.uk/radio/how-to-listen/online/

    Should I be listening to mantra to drive me and co-worker dharmic?

    Agree. Music touches me in a way nothing else does.
    As with anything moderation is important.
    I could not imagine a world without music.

  • Hi welcome @Marcelle
    Thanks for that. I like Gregorian plain chant, which is slightly different ...
    If independent of the religious overtones ;) it is beautiful singing ...

  • NirvanaNirvana aka BUBBA   `     `     ` `     ` Outa Range Fridays thru Sundays South Carolina, USA Veteran

    Yes, @Marcelle, Orthodox Church music and jazz are the love of my life. Thanks.

  • ShoshinShoshin No one in particular Nowhere Special Veteran

    Bunks
  • sunya4sunya4 Zaandam Nederland New

    bhajans, especially hari ohm sharan.

  • This is combining an eastern mantra with a traditional Western religious style

    https://johnallengraves.bandcamp.com/track/avalokite-vara-mantra

  • KeromeKerome Did I fall in the forest? Europe Veteran
    edited October 7

    I was at a concert yesterday evening - a small affair in a church - listening to this lady Debasmita Bhattacharya perform. It had something magical, I was carried away...

  • lobsterlobster Veteran

    Somebody sent me this. It is long. That instrument really is a bow, with bells on. It is a song to Amman who is the powerful and fearful Hindu goddess of plague (lobster faints).
    The role of the man with the paddle and drum attached to the bow - yep a three person instrument ... is to confirm what the main singer says by repeating it on occasion ... He has to have a twirly moustache apparently ...

    Religion ... you could not make this stuff up ...

    Marcelle
  • nakazcidnakazcid Somewhere in Dixie, y'all Veteran

    Bonnie Raitt is an old favorite...

  • BunksBunks Australia Veteran

    Some classic Aussie rock from the Noughties......

  • ShoshinShoshin No one in particular Nowhere Special Veteran

    And some classic Kiwi rock from Dragon :)

    Bunks
  • BunksBunks Australia Veteran

    When my kids ask me what hard rock music is I’ll just show them this video......the tightest live band I’ve ever had the fortune of hearing.....extraordinary!

  • BunksBunks Australia Veteran

    @Shoshin said:

    Classic @Shoshin! Sadly most Aussies don’t realise how talented this guy is and his popularity in NZ. They think this was the only song he ever did.

    More Kiwi legends.....

    Shoshin
  • JasonJason God Emperor Arrakis Moderator

    I've been listening to Gary Numan's latest album, Savage: Songs From A Broken World, a lot lately. I find it both amazing and, sadly, the perfect soundtrack to everything that's going on in the world right now.

    In 1916, Rosa Luxemburg wrote, "Bourgeois society stands at the crossroads, either transition to Socialism or regression into Barbarism." And true to her prophetic words, we find ourselves in an increasingly barbaric world, run by increasingly barbaric people in the service of Aries and Mammon. In Savage, which was inspired in part by the effects of global warming and things like Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord, Gary Numan has composed a beautifully-layered and hauntingly-catchy concept album exploring a post-apocalyptic world struggling to survive amidst catastrophic climate change, as well as a fitting industrial requiem for civilization if we continue to let it slide deeper into barbarism.

    Bunks
  • So much fascinating music here! I have enough new leads to keep me exploring for a long time!

  • lobsterlobster Veteran
    edited October 30

    @Marcelle =)

    I have an app called hypemachine
    https://hypem.com
    It seems to provide a musical choice to change our mind and mood. Very pleased with it.

  • wojciechwojciech I yam whatever you say I yam Veteran
    edited November 6

    Johnny Cash's Solitary Man album

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=Txn1MiqJct4

  • KeromeKerome Did I fall in the forest? Europe Veteran

    The Solitary Confinement thread reminded me of this... great tune which I think moved a lot of hearts and minds.

  • BunksBunks Australia Veteran

    RIP Malcolm Young

  • Song about being humble ('bitch, be humble')...

  • ShoshinShoshin No one in particular Nowhere Special Veteran

    Manfred Mann

    Manfred Mann's Earth band

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