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    Marvin Gaye - Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) (1971)

    Unless you've got a really amazing hi-fi I'd recommend listening to this on really good headphones, preferably after inhaling some you know what.

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    lol @ barty's post about the girl at the cafe - wishful thinking i'm afraid

    great tune though, totally up my alley - reminds me of KING, Badu etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post


    70s world funk psych fuzz is one of those things you gotta dig through a ton of whatever to find the gems, but man when it hits it hits

    go to 1:47 or so for a one of the most face-melting fuzz banana solos you will ever hear

    right up there with Streets of Calcutta, Erkin Koray's best moments, etc. Koroush Yaghmaei is a bad man.
    Appreciated! Any other gems to share?

    Putting even a short description next to a COTD increases my likelihood of listening by an estimated 543%

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post


    Underrated Motown banger
    I like the hook on this, and the rhythm puts me in mind of stuff like


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    that black mirror episode was heartwarming and I now absolutely love this song again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Appreciated! Any other gems to share?
    sure do!


    Erkin Koray is the best possible outcome of an non-Western musician translating Western heavy guitars into his own idiom

    (granted Turkey is kinda semi-Western but you know what I mean)

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    Cosmic Jazz Cat Meets Basque Folklore Uptown, makes weird funky only in the early 70s minor masterpiece

    William Fischer was an arranger at Atlantic for people like Herbie Mann, but in his spare time he made this, as well as a pretty cool avant rock LP, Circles, that combines top jazz guys (Cobham, Ron Carter), fuzz, and a string section with abstract burbling analog synth noise, kinda like an outre Eugene McDaniels meets jazzy Cluster kinda thing. Also worth checking out.

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    tbh heavy cosmic guitar jams are really my thing, I just don't usually mention them here cos dissensus definitely ain't into heavy guitars unless they're credibly weird and/or danceable

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    sure do!


    Erkin Koray is the best possible outcome of an non-Western musician translating Western heavy guitars into his own idiom

    (granted Turkey is kinda semi-Western but you know what I mean)
    Was listening to this last night.



    Darker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
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    Selda - Meydan Sizindir.

    Great turkish commie psych.

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    if you want Turkish heavy fuzzzzzz look no further

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    The swae lee melodic stuff makes them the cash, but for my money their dissonant hedonism is where it's at.


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    If anyone's still interested in listening to classical, Beethoven's late string quartets aren't perhaps accessible but are frequently YEAHISAIDIT sublime.

    This movement snuck up on me from my shuffle function today and it's always moving to contemplate such music being written late in Beethoven's life, him deaf by this point, and always an unhappy man.

    The version I'm listening to is played by the Busch quartet. Recorded a long time ago and not of the best sound quality, but that feeling of remoteness actually adds to the plangency of the music.

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    sunday roast prep & flutes seem to blend well

    Merl Saunders & Garcia between 72-74 are my go to water canon for breaking thru the crusted veneer of life induced calcification & blasting off psychic calluses


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