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I'm studying my Bootsy this weekend. Was just learning the main riff to this one. It's rhythmically tricky.

 

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A fantastic play through by a local player, one of the best covers I 've seen ever.


It's the guy with the inaudible attack. With full focus on what @Florin calls note development after the attack, I think. Gives the tune a tremendous pulse, exactly what it needs. Bass is a Bacchus.
 

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I am 50 years old.

I have decided to say goodbye to everything metal, punk and grunge. That music just doesn't move me any longer.
The focus is 100% on late sixties and early seventies style bluesy and jazzy rock , music that always makes me happy and works well in a pub.

 
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I am 50 years old.

Wait!!! ........... ok, I can see letting go of the grunge but not all of the rest .... and I’m 56...


I have decided to say goodbye to everything metal, punk and grunge. That music just doesn't move me any longer.
The focus is 100% on late sixties and early seventies style bluesy and jazzy rock , music that always makes me happy and works well in a pub.

 

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Funny enough I own a couple hundred cd's I never listen to anymore. I never thought this would happen, but it did. I have also been venturing more into classical music lately. I stopped visiting metal-ish concerts as the ampless bands with their perfect digital sound (f*ck kempers!) sound way too much like their albums. I find this boring and destroying the "live band" feel concerts used to have.

Now I just cba to get out of the house for gigs like that.

Small club/pub gigs like the one of Eric Gales and TM Stevens I posted are just so much more special I decided more modern "perfect" types of music is just not worth listening to.
 

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Loving these guys lately, but also been on an 80s kick.


So yeah, I like to mix it up.
 
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Funny enough I own a couple hundred cd's I never listen to anymore. I never thought this would happen, but it did. I have also been venturing more into classical music lately. I stopped visiting metal-ish concerts as the ampless bands with their perfect digital sound (f*ck kempers!) sound way too much like their albums. I find this boring and destroying the "live band" feel concerts used to have.

Now I just cba to get out of the house for gigs like that.

Small club/pub gigs like the one of Eric Gales and TM Stevens I posted are just so much more special I decided more modern "perfect" types of music is just not worth listening to.
But then again my concept of”metal” may be different than most- after all, the first time I ever saw the term “heavy metal” it was used to describe Aerosmith in a 1977 issue of either Hit Parader or Circus magazine.
 
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Michael League (bassist for Snarky Puppy) has a "world music" side project called Bokante. While excellent on their own, their recent collaboration with the mighty Metropole Orkest is a real treat:

 

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I've been into this band Leprous for the past year, I watch drummers most of the time on YouTube and this guys band is really incredible, its prog math rock....something. Very good.


And as usual, The Contortionist

 

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Just love this song :) Also finnish, I think I am born in the wrong country ^^
 

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I dig this. Don't ask why. I don't know... It is real raw and honest art.



 

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Also, looking up at the stills above apparently the guy is afraid his jaw might fall off so he is constantly holding his face. Lol.
 
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