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Just starting on Rhye's "Woman" album.
 
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Listening to "Jama ko", new African music album from Bassekou Kouyate + Ngoni ba.
 
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The James Hunter Six "Minute By Minute" album. Blue-eyed R&B/bluesy rock. Good stuff.
 
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i dunno, it's a label comp from Celluloid Records, made up mostly of electronic acts. So far so good.
 
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Afro-funk baby! The new album from Monomono, "Give the Beggar A Chance".
 
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World music comp cd from Songlines magazine. i always find some great new music with this magazine.
 
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A golden oldie: Stevie Wonder's "Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing".
 
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The electronic musings of Maxmillion Dunbar and his "House of Woo" cd.
 
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The Sylvers s/t vinyl album is playing now. Good ol' soul music.
 
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"Muchacho", the new album from Phosphorescent. This may be his best album yet.
 
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why nobuddy else postin here, hmmmm?

Listening to Son Volt's "Honky Tonk" album.
 
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UK noise pop: History of Apple Pie. Fave song on the album, "Mallory".
 
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Listening to a prog rock band called Niagara. Kinda jazzy, kinda funky, too.
 
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Lonnie Holley's "Before the Music". freaky folk soul blues stuff.
 
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"Work" by Blue Orchids. yeah wish i had work...
 
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David Bowie's "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" from his new album, The Next Day. Excellent album, Bowie is back!
 
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Jazz on a Sunday afternoon. It's a cd called Spiritual Jazz Vol 4. i got all the vols & they're all very good.
 
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Jo Harman singing the blues, "I Shall Not Be Moved".
 
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"A Tooth for an Eye" by the Knife. Liking their new album.
 
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Gene Clark's "White Light Demos" album.
 
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The latest Insound mixtape. Go to Insound.com and sign up for email updates & ya'll get free mixtapes.
 
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Prog-folk album by the Heather Findlay Band. Not bad, reminded me of that Heart song, "Dog & Butterfly".
 
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Listening to Rockers Kulture, French Rockabilly Scene Vol 2. So far its excellent & in English language.
 
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Dooood !!!???!!!!
Dontcha ever listen to anything normal peeps might have heard of..LOL

Im listening to Take5 - Dave Brubeck

Thats about as avantgarde as I get LOL
 
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i have many listening skills!
 
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