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  • hotfox63

    Dear Alf! Sure, it's all 'authentic' in one way or another. As a child, I was sitting with my younger brother late at night in front of the radio. We listened on radio "Caroline" to the songs of the Animals, Beatles and Stones. Popular music formed the soundtrack of my life. I mean really important moments in my life are fixed and linked with songs or LP's. While I was young, I had little interested how this actually works. But today I think 'authenticity' as also a concept when something needs to be enforced, whose values ​​have long prevailed. It's like the promise of a bio-product in an intact ecological world.

    28 Mag 17:02 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    Is there something like authentic music for you?

    22 Mag 6:36 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    Hi Alf, thanks for the tale from the vinyl jungle! My first LP was only half mine - my brother and I got "The Beatles Greatest" as a gift. The first self-bought LP then was mine alone "Led Zeppelin II", the album with "Whole Lotta love"

    1 Mar 13:34 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    What was your first LP or CD (Without Fairytalesrecords)?

    20 Feb 19:00 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    Thank you, Alf! Peace on Earth and Bohemia revisited: "The only way to change things is to shoot men who arrange things." ( Dexy's Midnight Runners)

    24 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • gypsyarzathon

    Thanx for the hello and page visit :)

    17 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    Hi Alf! Yeah, there is really strange music around. One thing about the Baroque stuff you mentioned:! A friend, a mathematician plays JS Bach on his guitar. Sometimes sit down and listen how he plays, even if I don't understand the music of JS Bach. The first time I had problems to understand music was with "Ain't It Funky Now" by James Brown. I was 16 then. That was a piece without harmonies. I thought that was incredible. Although I had already listened to music that was not based on harmony, progressive rock with long improvisation points where there was no longer a chord scheme and no more cadences, but that was still recognizable as individual articulation. "Ain't It Funky Now " was just funky.

    6 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    Hi Mister Alf! Thanks for your invitation to Windsor Arts Festival 1972. Sure, I like to be there with you, but my musical journey into the past would start a little earlier something like New York City in 1961 or so. Bob Dylan plays with Dave Van Ronk in the Gaslight Cafe. Cecil Taylor and Archie Shepp. Or a scene that can be seen on YouTube as movie: The Exploding Plastic Inevitable show with the Velvet Underground. Tony Conrad and John Cale left the Theatre of Eternal Music and experiment in the Ludlow Street. That would be the era, probably.

    5 Ott 2014 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    I think that we both come from the same generation! In the household where I grew up, there were no records. There were voices in the radio, and then came music. My first beautiful experience with music was with the Beatles. I was about six years old when I first heard a song I was able to reproduce inside my head, even if it was sung in a foreign language, it was: "I want to hold your your hand."

    30 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    Edgar Broughton Band, The Groundhogs and Pink Fairies were then also landed in my head - All these records had been temporarily suspended in the thin air of a revolutionary principle. Thanks for reminding me !

    2 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • VelgeNaturlig

    hohohoh ! same same ;)

    29 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • hotfox63

    Music without theory is boring! The ugliest face of pop music is for me, Bono & U2 performing 'Ordinary Love' at Oscars 2014!

    8 Apr 2014 Rispondi
  • clenchedteeth

    hello mate, love your krautrock selection

    19 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • lukasz_pulawski

    You're very welcome

    7 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • lukasz_pulawski

    I've noticed you listen to Huong Thanh. Sometime ago Huong Thanh performed on Nguyen Le's Tales from Viet-Nam. I consider it a classic album in jazz fusion/world music genre and therefore dedicated a comprehensive review of the album. You can read it by clicking below. There's a translation tool in the top right corner. http://www.laboratoriummuzycznychfuzji.com/2013/03/recenzje-klasyka-tales-from-viet-nam.html

    4 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • RoseEtNoire

    Hello Alf !! ! Merci ! LAC Records :)

    6 Giu 2012 Rispondi
  • issadora1

    Hi there Alf thanks for the visit, nice tunes, love Vanilla Fudge :-)

    5 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • sploosh999

    Alright Alf...I keep seeing you around Lfm so I thought that I would pop in and say "hello".

    3 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • SequenceC

    Thanks, yeah there's tons of great music out there.

    27 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • SequenceC

    Nice taste in music

    27 Lug 2011 Rispondi
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