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On 31/07/2020 at 16:19, ezbass said:

I’m turning the clock back to 1976, what an album.

 

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Now yir talking.

Dave

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I'm listening to the silence right now after the performance of Dakhabrakha and enjoying it as it still is Dakhabrakha.

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On 25/07/2020 at 12:51, odysseus said:

Well... I've never heard anything quite like this before.  Outstanding! 

Thanks for sharing that @odysseus. I ordered their last record immediately. Can't wait to listen to it. @Lololita and me have loved this little show.

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Really enjoying Déjà Vue by George Duke at the moment and some of the Citrus Sun albums with the excellent Francis Hylton on bass. 
 

 

 

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Space Ritual

 

Just playing it in the background.

 

The sheer power behind sonic attack is like being hit by a bulldozer.

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My tinnitus, as always. :(

(Note to others : Obtain and wear adequate ear protection if/when exposed to loud music for any length of time...)

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57 minutes ago, Dad3353 said:

My tinnitus, as always. :(

(Note to others : Obtain and wear adequate ear protection if/when exposed to loud music for any length of time...)

Hearing good things (excuse the pun) about those Flair Audio Calmers reducing the effects of tinnitus. At £20 might be worth a punt @Dad3353. My tinnitus isn't bad enough to worry about at the moment.

Dave

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41 minutes ago, dmccombe7 said:

;;;Flair Audio Calmers reducing the effects of tinnitus. At £20 might be worth a punt...

Thanks for the nice thought, but it's far too late for me, even if they do what they say. My 'sounds' are not audio, they are internal, so even with my ears completely muffled and isolated from outside stimuli, the whistling, buzzing, twittering 'sounds' are still there, from dawn till dusk, and cannot be reduced. There's no cure, and no relief; that's all there is to it. The more folks realise what permanent effect it has, the more they'll protect their ears (with the added bonus of hearing better and for longer their favourite sounds, be they music, or voices, or Nature...).
I have an expression that I use often, and applies, unfortunately, only too well in this case...

'It's the first forty years that are the hardest, after which things sometimes tend to get slightly better.' :(

 

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The ongoing thread about the sounds of different keys triggered a desire to hear this again :
George Shearing's interpretation of " Mack The Knife " in the relative minor .

 

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Still in Country land but shifting from chickin pickin  guitar wizards to banjo maestros, which features some stellar players from the genre and Steve Martin no less

 

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The main guys from The Little River Band, still sounding great, lovely harmonies, in their day I always though they sounded a lot like CSNY.

 

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