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Say what you will about Miley....I kinda like this version of her! Her voice sounds raspy and more mature lately. People in the comments are comparing her to Stevie Nicks, Pat Benatar, Debbie Harry from Blondie....someone even sees her channeling Dolly Parton! (She is her godmother.)

Look closely at the masks her band is wearing--they have pictures of tongues sticking out! LOL!!! That's got to be a Miley touch. 

 

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@blue_rose her chart is super interesting

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Not sure if anyone's into djembe drumming? This is from the first LP I ever owned, given to me when I was 5 by my father who, starting from the 1940s, collected what we now call 'world music'. This is 'Oya' a track from a 1959 Nigerian recording by the drum shaman Babatunde Olatunji entitled 'Drums of Passion'. Olatunje and his fellow drummers deliver the most powerful drum recording I have ever heard, dedicated to 'Oya' the Yoruba fire goddess who takes the form of a black panther. Listen to this in the dark, by candlelight, preferably with headphones: 

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This was gorgeous. Thank you for sharing! 

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I love hearing this generation dig deep into the roots. It's funny but these boys look so much like the kids I hung out with 40 years ago lol. Billy Strings and Marcus King:)

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Marcus KIng singing Beautiful Stranger ohhh maaaaan Smile

 

I won't be here

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