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How about a little SantaCruz Ska flavor?  

 

 

 

 

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On 3/13/2020 at 5:43 PM, Bindi said:

I once walked into a Scientology office when I was 17. I lasted 20 minutes 😁

That sounds about right

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I don't agree with it being his best but, Some people today, think this is over the top. Imagine what it was like in 1968!

 

 

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I love-love this:

 

 

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Always loved Dead Can Dance, from the first moment I heard them at a friend's place back in 1990.

This one saturates me in ancestral memories... chanting around the firepits on Solstice and Equinnox in the Clan Lands of the Great Northern Forests.

 

 

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Transglobal Underground, feature heavily in my "Liquid Spine" playlist.

Songs that cause one's spine to rotate in spiral liquid bliss...

 

 

 

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daily... (Bobby Hutcherson covers Coltrane)

 

 

******

...really like early choro...

 

Doce De Coco - instr arr (Do Bandolim, arr'd by Luiz/Lora)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRa34Wn1ZrY

(voc. version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tb0sjYSxt9E

 

Incompatibildade:

get up and boogie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeQqCtcliFo

rootsy version:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Da2xnqazFBY

 

 

 

Bollani - Luz negra (first tune :42-7:15) - dreamy partner dance; (then, intertwined instr'l voices in many settings)

https://youtu.be/kFiaTjIMEvs?t=42

 

 

John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble:

 

 

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Russian folk metal. Music is one of the universal languages. Other universal languages include but not limited to passion, sincerity, art. dance, fun, play, camaraderie, care & concern,

The band below got me interested in Russian folk music.

 

 

Bonus track!! Idk but maybe peace springs from goodwill & respect,

And from basic understanding of the universal language

 

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Awesome stuff @zerostao!  Thanks for sharing.

 

Your post reminds me that no matter where I've traveled and what cultural and language barriers existed... I've never needed a translator for my smile, laughter, or tears.

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