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West African Hard Rock Thread. (Original Post) The Polack MSgt May 22 OP
So much great music on our planet... AuntyGravity May 22 #1
Thanks for this. thucythucy May 22 #2
I am vibing to this - Not new but new to me. The Polack MSgt May 22 #3
Good night everyone. One last Songhoy Blues jams The Polack MSgt May 22 #4
Enjoyed Those ProfessorGAC May 23 #5
In a way, these folks have made me more empathetic for the old folks listening to opera The Polack MSgt May 23 #6

AuntyGravity

(289 posts)
1. So much great music on our planet...
Wed May 22, 2024, 08:59 PM
May 22

So little time to hear but a small fraction of it.....thank you for sharing these marvelously tasty treats with their delicious rocking beats!

ProfessorGAC

(66,107 posts)
5. Enjoyed Those
Thu May 23, 2024, 08:58 PM
May 23

I liked the very first one & the one you posted later in a separate post the best.
I don't even need to understand the lyrics to know I liked them.

The Polack MSgt

(13,248 posts)
6. In a way, these folks have made me more empathetic for the old folks listening to opera
Thu May 23, 2024, 09:46 PM
May 23

"Listen to the passion! The words are not the point!"

My Great Aunt Patricia. Almost daily.

So, I've always been down to listen to anything in any language. Good skill to have it turns out.

I listened to whatever was playing around me, including songs the Polish Italian Australian or Afghan soldiers played.

I appreciate that I had a unique opportunity to experience the world, and I'm happy to say that I like the old man I became.
The side effects of growing up with Bluegrass AND Opera grandmas led me here, I guess.

Wanted to say that I appreciate your comments on my posts. Even when I disagree with you, your observations often give me new points to consider.

I learn from our conversations. Thank you

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