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I am doing an all local set list for the time being! Luckily Ottawa's music scene is incredible...JW Jones, Blues and Company, Bone Cat, Lucas Haneman and the Express, Hot Chocolate Pockets, Wicked Grin, Addeline...just a small offering but a powerful one! Keep the pedal buried and your ghost notes crisp!!
 

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Pendragon,

Was that you in the video?
Nice bit of acting, if it was.
Multi-talented!

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Blue Mitchell – Blue Mitchell
Mainstream Records

00:00 A1 Soul Village (B.Mitchell)
06:15 A2 Blues For Thelma (B.Mitchell)
13:30 A3 Queen Bey (B.Mitchell)
18:28 B1 Are You Real (B.Golson,S.Mihanovich)
26:06 B2 Mi Hermano (B.Mitchell)

Bass – Larry Gales
Drums – Doug Sides
Piano – Walter Bishop, Jr.
Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Forrest
Trumpet – Blue Mitchell

Recorded March 1971
 

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FINALLY found some Reggae other than Bob that I enjoy.

 

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Tony Allen, who was Fela Kuti's MD. The man mostly responsible for the sound of the original band in the 70's.
From the album 'Rejoice' realised in the UK today.


 

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Elvis, were you the one that made 4 or 5 suggestions for reggae a while back? I listened to ALL of it. But I just couldn't get into it. I'm horribly particular I guess when it comes to reggae. I had never even heard of Luciano when I ran across him on iTunes. He has that middle of the road mellow voice like Bob. I think that's why I like it. Not middle of the road, talent wise. Anyway, I keep listening to other reggae. Trying to find more I dig.
 

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Maybe. I don't recall now.
Back in the 80's, when Reggae was the "big thing" a friend introduced me to some bands and I liked it.
Somewhere I've got some very early Wailers recordings I made off an LP he had.
He also expanded my knowledge of UB40 and other "English Reggae" bands.
Luciano is pretty good and new to me.
Thanks for posting that.
 

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After a name drop by Gregg Bissonette on a new Drumeo video, I'm trying Porcupine Tree for the first time. I like it so far, but it's not what I expected.

Listening to Stars Die on Spotify.
 

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