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What are you listening to? A music discussion of the music you are enjoying lately.

I just listened to some very beautiful music from Mali on Link TV's World Music program. I can't figure out who it was by or where to buy it though.

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Since we are talking about listening to music, here is some music from me for you to listen to. I hope you'll enjoy this.
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Henning..ThankYou for sharing. Nice works, interesting compilation. And to add what else i've been listening to tonight is.. Taj Mahal live from St. Lucia .
a smile and a well wish to all~ Meta
I'm listining to brother Carlos Santana songs Curacion Samba Pa Ti and Maria maria those are ausome great songs of bro Carlos. Bro Carlos is amazing when he play the guitar he shows so much emotion and feelings that he made the guitar cry and abcourse he made his fans happy thats why his the living legend
One of the Greatest songs ever written. Listen closely...I listen to this song over and over...There's something with the melody and Roland's voice...

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One of the Greatest songs ever written. Listen closely...I listen to this song over and over...There's something with the melody and Roland's voice...


And the message...

Lets not forget this classic...

I really feel like I owe it to someone...

"The mind is like a parachute. It's useless when it's not open..."

Frankie...

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace."

Jimi Hendrix 1942-1970

Yep...

Machine Gun

2 more favourites that really make one Re-member...

Home

Every house where love abides And friendship is a guest, Is surely home, and home, sweet home For there the heart can rest.
-Henry Van Dyke


Rumi: Say I Am You

I listen to silence as my default music.
Hey people.

I have some of my YouTube stuff up. Of late I've been going back to the good old soul of the '70s. Al Green and James Brown (esp. "Please, Please, Please!"), have been way up there. I've been missing my mom who passed away in '80 and this stuff reminds me of the great romantic and idealist, and spiritualist that she was.

Marinspin: From West Africa I would recommend Baaba Maal (Senegal), and the awesome master of JuJu music King Sunny Ade ("Ja Funmi"), and the notorious Fela A. Kuti (RIP). You can see them "live" on YouTube. I actually have a documentary of the socio-politician Kuti on my widget.


Peace,
Mike
Hey Everybody,
speaking of music to listening to, I just posted a new song of mine "a letter to the spirits" on reverbnation. It's free for you to download or just listen to. if you got a minute and looking for something a little "different" sounding, check it out.
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