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15th Apr '18 8:27:18 PM bt8257
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* Everything ever done by Music/{{Nirvana}}, period, especially their hits "Lithium", "Heart Shaped Box", and the ironically popular "In Bloom", as well as the underrated "Drain You" and "Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle".

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* Everything ever done by Music/{{Nirvana}}, period, especially period. Especially their hits "Lithium", "Heart Shaped Box", and the ironically popular "In Bloom", as well as the underrated "Drain You" and "Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle".
15th Apr '18 8:26:16 PM bt8257
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13th Apr '18 8:19:05 PM JamesAustin
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13th Apr '18 8:16:52 PM JamesAustin
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13th Apr '18 10:00:47 AM mlsmithca
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* Listening to Music/CharlesMingus' "Haitian Fight Song" turns panty-waisted poindexters into switchblade-flicking badasses, and plain women gain a cup size and a bad (but sultry) smoking habit. Same with "Better Get It in Your Soul".

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* Listening to Music/CharlesMingus' "Haitian Fight Song" turns panty-waisted poindexters into switchblade-flicking badasses, and makes plain women gain a cup size and a bad (but sultry) smoking habit. Same with "Better Get It in Your Soul".



* Marc Cohn. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JzuZW-Lcns "Walking in Memphis"]]. That is all.

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* Marc Cohn. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JzuZW-Lcns "Walking in Memphis"]]. That is all.



* Buddy Rich in general. His performance with the Boston Pops, playing ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', caused [[AwesomeMusic/JohnWilliams John freaking Williams]] [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMoments to nearly drop his baton in awe]]. There's a reason Neil Peart idolizes the man. He did things in a suit that any drummer alive would kill to do at all. He is, arguably, the greatest drummer to have ever lived.

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* Buddy Rich in general. His performance with the Boston Pops, playing ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', caused [[AwesomeMusic/JohnWilliams [[Music/JohnWilliams John freaking Williams]] [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMoments to nearly drop his baton in awe]]. There's a reason Neil Peart idolizes the man. He did things in a suit that any drummer alive would kill to do at all. He is, arguably, the greatest drummer to have ever lived.
12th Apr '18 6:23:22 PM bt8257
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* As if Pharaoh Sanders and John Hicks weren't amazing enough already, they came together and made [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eeBaIUrdec "You Got To Have Freedom"]], which is just too amazing for words. The intro alone is a minute straight of John Hicks working wonders, and that's before the vocals kick in.

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* As if Pharaoh Sanders and John Hicks weren't amazing enough already, they came together and made [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eeBaIUrdec "You Got To to Have Freedom"]], which is just too amazing for words. The intro alone is a minute straight of John Hicks working wonders, and that's before the vocals kick in.



* Listening to Music/CharlesMingus' "Haitian Fight Song" turns panty-waisted poindexters into switchblade-flicking badasses, and makes plain women gain a cup size and a bad (but sultry) smoking habit. Same with "Better Get it In Your Soul."

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* Listening to Music/CharlesMingus' "Haitian Fight Song" turns panty-waisted poindexters into switchblade-flicking badasses, and makes plain women gain a cup size and a bad (but sultry) smoking habit. Same with "Better Get it In It in Your Soul."Soul".



* Buddy Rich in general. His performance with the Boston Pops, playing ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', caused [[AwesomeMusic/JohnWilliams John freaking Williams]] [[AwesomeMoment to nearly drop his baton in awe]]. There's a reason Neil Peart idolizes the man. He did things in a suit that any drummer alive would kill to do at all. He is, arguably, the greatest drummer to have ever lived. (Although some jazz lovers think he was too much of a show-off and egotist. He was a great drummer who never made a truly great recording.)

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* Buddy Rich in general. His performance with the Boston Pops, playing ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', caused [[AwesomeMusic/JohnWilliams John freaking Williams]] [[AwesomeMoment [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMoments to nearly drop his baton in awe]]. There's a reason Neil Peart idolizes the man. He did things in a suit that any drummer alive would kill to do at all. He is, arguably, the greatest drummer to have ever lived. (Although some jazz lovers think he was too much of a show-off and egotist. He was a great drummer who never made a truly great recording.)
12th Apr '18 4:14:59 PM bt8257
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26th Mar '18 2:26:43 AM jormis29
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* Almost anything by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, but "Pedal Up" is probably his most ridiculous tune, especially his live performance of it on "Bright Moments." It's a 12-minute piece which includes circular breathing (he holds out several notes for minutes on end without stopping to take a breath), 3 saxophones (all played by Kirk simultaneously), and the last 3.5 minutes of it are an elaborate solo played just by Kirk without the backing band involving him droning on one sax, setting up a beat and chord progression with another, and soloing on the third (the end solo even has classical-influence harmonization with two of the saxes at once).

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* Almost anything by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Music/RahsaanRolandKirk, but "Pedal Up" is probably his most ridiculous tune, especially his live performance of it on "Bright Moments." It's a 12-minute piece which includes circular breathing (he holds out several notes for minutes on end without stopping to take a breath), 3 saxophones (all played by Kirk simultaneously), and the last 3.5 minutes of it are an elaborate solo played just by Kirk without the backing band involving him droning on one sax, setting up a beat and chord progression with another, and soloing on the third (the end solo even has classical-influence harmonization with two of the saxes at once).
22nd Mar '18 8:32:39 AM TellAll111
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22nd Mar '18 8:31:31 AM TellAll111
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