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« Reply #1350 on: Saturday, March 16, 2019, 20:55:42 »


Jazz and blues may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Ladyva from Switzerland raises the art of boogie-woogie to a new level. Hugh Laurie, for one, probably agrees with that statement.


 
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« Reply #1351 on: Saturday, March 16, 2019, 22:53:22 »

Jazz and blues may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Ladyva from Switzerland raises the art of boogie-woogie to a new level. Hugh Laurie, for one, probably agrees with that statement.


 

Lovely stuff. If you closed your eyes you would think it was the backwards-walking-man-himself Jools, playing.

Proper blues is awesome, when combined with a bit of jazz you can't help but tap that foot. Love a bit of brass though, and can't beat the sound of a well played Sax!
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« Reply #1352 on: Sunday, March 17, 2019, 01:20:34 »

The Black Keys - Lo/Hi [Official Audio] via @YouTube Too Cool
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« Reply #1353 on: Monday, March 18, 2019, 10:51:24 »

An absolutely awesome song.

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« Reply #1354 on: Thursday, March 28, 2019, 22:07:41 »



Released today and love it already  Pint
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« Reply #1355 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 08:39:43 »

Iím somewhat a fan of Postmodern Jukebox (amazing live show) and yesterday discovered their cover of Zombie. Jarred me a bit at first, but quickly realised its great and her voice is incredible.

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« Reply #1356 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 09:08:59 »

Iím somewhat a fan of Postmodern Jukebox

I'm in love with Haley Reinhart
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« Reply #1357 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 09:44:08 »

Iím somewhat a fan of Postmodern Jukebox (amazing live show) and yesterday discovered their cover of Zombie. Jarred me a bit at first, but quickly realised its great and her voice is incredible.



I've never seen them live but I love their takes on popular songs.

Zombie is a cracking tune, but what are the sentiments behind it? I've always thought it might make me uncomfortable if I examined the lyrics. Can anyone enlighten me please?
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« Reply #1358 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 10:13:30 »

I'm in love with Haley Reinhart

Yarp. She'd get it.

She does Black Hole Sun (the original is a favourite of mine) and it's great.



I've never seen them live but I love their takes on popular songs.

You should. It's quite a show with a compŤre and a whole routine.

Zombie is a cracking tune, but what are the sentiments behind it? I've always thought it might make me uncomfortable if I examined the lyrics. Can anyone enlighten me please?

I used to think it was some sort of pro IRA song which rankled, but it's about the Warrington bombing apparently.
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« Reply #1359 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 10:32:28 »

Thank you. I had the same idea as you initially did. What a strange subject for a song though.
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« Reply #1360 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 10:49:13 »

It's far from pro IRA, it's a peace song. The zombie part is referring to the everlasting struggle for Irish independence, but it's obvious from the lyrics that it's anti-violence.

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Another head hangs lowly
Child is slowly taken
And the violence, caused such silence
Who are we mistaken?

But you see, it's not me
It's not my family
In your head, in your head, they are fighting

With their tanks, and their bombs
And their bombs, and their guns
In your head, in your head they are crying

In your head, in your head
Zombie, zombie, zombie-ie-ie
What's in your head, in your head
Zombie, zombie, zombie-ie-ie, oh
Du, du, du, du
Du, du, du, du
Du, du, du, du
Du, du, du, du

Another mother's breaking
Heart is taking over
When the violence causes silence
We must be mistaken

It's the same old theme
Since nineteen-sixteen
In your head, in your head, they're still fighting


With their tanks, and their bombs
And their bombs, and their guns
In your head, in your head, they are dying

In your head, in your head
Zombie, zombie, zombie-ie-ie
What's in your head, in your head
Zombie, zombie, zombie-ie-ie, oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ie-ie oh
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« Reply #1361 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 10:56:41 »

OK thank you for the clarification. I won't dance with my arms by my side next time I hear it at the disco.

What is Oliver's Army all about?
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« Reply #1362 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 11:02:42 »

OK thank you for the clarification. I won't dance with my arms by my side next time I hear it at the disco.

What is Oliver's Army all about?

Young working class lads being cannon fodder for the British Establishment.
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« Reply #1363 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 11:11:36 »

Oh, I get it. Some of these songs are quite clever aren't they.
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« Reply #1364 on: Friday, March 29, 2019, 11:21:50 »

Oh, I get it. Some of these songs are quite clever aren't they.

You should probably look into the Right Said Fred back-catalogue ("oo-er matron") if you are looking at something a bit easier to understand.
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