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Calabash
19th January 2014, 21:47
We seem to have missed out on a brilliant genre . . . . no matter

YEEE - HAAAH


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5X4Q6jFtHg



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08e9k-c91E8

Calabash
19th January 2014, 21:53
. . . . and let's hear it for The Pogues and The Dubliner (I think Shane is **ssed - oh well . . . .)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5WgYoRCs2U



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eR-B-StfDQk

Frances
19th January 2014, 23:36
Had myself 15mins of reelak.
Cotton pickin good.
Frances.

modwiz
20th January 2014, 03:56
Folk music is where the soul of a culture can be found. Free of copywright and part of the fabric of a people. Their stories carried in verse and melody. Best seen live. Music was meant to be a performance art to be shared. The people coming together.

Earbuds and personal music has created isolation in ways that do not benefit a society. However, given much modern music, earbuds are also a gift of sanity.:p

Calabash
20th January 2014, 14:40
Our present day music has probably all grown out of this one particular genre. The blues is an obvious offshoot, as is jazz and rock n roll. Not too sure about metal though - those darn reptiles again . . . :)

777
20th January 2014, 15:32
Our present day music has probably all grown out of this one particular genre. The blues is an obvious offshoot, as is jazz and rock n roll. Not too sure about metal though - those darn reptiles again . . . :)

Depends on how far you push your retrospective barrier though surely? Music is organised vibration which arguably begun everything....the rest is divisive labels :-)