I think this is a tambourine yes, there are actual cricket sounds made my Exuma himself (I assume) on the album.heppolo wrote:65 353 Exuma - Baäl
That tambourine (is it?) really gives the vibe of crickets to this song.
It is such a tune! You are definitely right!heppolo wrote:56 362 Mark Owen - Four Minute Warning
Wow, surprised to see Mark here (such a tune though)
Tim has one of my favourite male voices (so raw and passionate) and the musicianship on this one is immense, a favourite song no doubt.sonia85 wrote:CrazyCrazy wrote:331 101 Tim Buckley - I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain
Awesome Tim Buckley.
Goldfrapp and Larkin are among my top favourite artists, glad you like Larkin's sound, the album this song comes from "Parplar" is one of my most played, so dark and compelling. Thanks for listening buddy.heppolo wrote:54 364 Goldfrapp - Anymore
306 126 Goldfrapp - A&E
A bit of love for Goldfrapp is always welcome
319 113 Larkin Grimm - Blond and Golden Johns
The almost whispering vocal gets any listener excited. Very baroque, but not in a decadent way.
Yes I see that too, plus it's hard to imagine something like this being anywhere near the chart nowadays let alone a number 1! The 60's were great.heppolo wrote:293 The Crazy World of Arthur Brown - Fire
Very memorable. Black metal bands have probably studied those aesthetics
Love a bit of psychedelic folk and these guys are among my faves of that era, so magical.heppolo wrote:291 The Incredible String Band - Koeeoaddi There
Lovely psychedelic days
Cool selection. Mel C has such a nice voice it's hard not to enjoy her tunes. Anastacia's "Pain" is possibly the best song on her latest album, in the top 3 at-least, it's a bit of a belter!Tansike wrote:Liking all of them so far!
Really pleased to see Melanie C's "Anymore"