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6 minutes ago, DaveFry said:

A simple 12bar blues . Larry Gales - bass

I used to play a lot of blues back in the day, this is a real laid back track that you might enjoy playing Dave 🙂

 

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Today it's....The Bonzo Dog Band.

I've always loved Gorilla.  Dialled up an extensive Spotify playlist, and we're off.  Brilliant.

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When driving I love a bit of heavy Dub. Makes the car reverberate like a [email protected] So today while driving in a covid-compliant manner from Leamington to my ship in Glos it's been the excellent Blackwood Dub..

 

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36 minutes ago, Barking Spiders said:

When driving I love a bit of heavy Dub. Makes the car reverberate like a [email protected]

I like your style barking spiders,☝️ king tubby albums are normally one of my choices if I’ve got a long drive 

 

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Wow . This just popped upon my YT recommemdations and took me right back to school days learning what a Lament Bassline is .

 

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William Basinski - The Disintegration Loops

"In the 1980s, Basinski recorded from found sound sources, shortwave radio, and delay systems, influenced by musicians such as Steve Reich and Brian Eno. Decades later, while transferring the recordings from magnetic tape to a more reliable digital format, Basinski found that the tape had deteriorated sufficiently that as it passed the tape head, the ferrite detached from the plastic backing and fell off. He allowed the loops to play for extended periods as they deteriorated further, with increasing gaps and cracks in the music. He further treated the sounds with a spatializing reverb effect"

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Dr Dre - The Chronic

I'm not the biggest hip-hop fan in the world, but really enjoying this.

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2 hours ago, Baloney Balderdash said:

The Cure :

 

I'm not really a Cure fan, but that's really pleasant to play along to.

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On 18/11/2020 at 18:39, Reggaebass said:

I like your style barking spiders,☝️ king tubby albums are normally one of my choices if I’ve got a long drive 

 

Likewise Reggaebass. Dub is by far my fave reggae sub-genre. Big into KT too, along with Scientist. The Trojan dub comps are serious must haves

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6 hours ago, Stub Mandrel said:

I'm not really a Cure fan, but that's really pleasant to play along to.

Best Cure tune from their best period IMO, which ended with Faith. Not such a fan of his more successful Fat Bob with the wonky lippy period

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9 minutes ago, Barking Spiders said:

The Trojan dub comps are serious must haves

Yeah definitely, I’ve got a good one somewhere, you may already have it but I’ll see if I can find it , edit, this one is good 

 

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From four years ago, Ian Astbury of The Cult doing a fabulous job of vocals for the reformed Doors.

Astbury also looks uncannily like the late Jim Morrison.

 

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I've always been a mahoosive fan of Curve going way back. That Toni Halliday is/was as hot as f*** has quite a bit to do with it 😛 but I also like the crossover between the  Shoegaze vibe of My Bloody Valentine with electronica. Listening to Garbage you can def hear the Curve influence.

 

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15 minutes ago, Barking Spiders said:

I've always been a mahoosive fan of Curve going way back. That Toni Halliday is/was as hot as f*** has quite a bit to do with it 😛 but I also like the crossover between the  Shoegaze vibe of My Bloody Valentine with electronica. Listening to Garbage you can def hear the Curve influence.

 

Always loved Curve - Shame they didn't do a bit more

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