18 posts tagged with music by mykescipark.
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I was recently gifted a tape of underground folk music from the Soviet hippies ("sistema") of the late 1970s. I'd like some help figuring out the lyrics to this Dylanesque tune. Hive mind, can you help? (Note: I don't know a word of Russian myself.)
I'm kicking my band back into existence after 15 years. Where does one find professional and committed fellow players in L.A. nowadays? [more inside]
What are some of the most ludicrous exhortations in pop music? [more inside]
Help me ID this vintage Brazilian tropicalia (???) song! [more inside]
I have need for a large and strange batch of audio translations. As a newbie to this game, please help me zero in on market specifics. [more inside]
One week in Africa: Benin, Ghana, or Burkina Faso? [more inside]
Persian music aficionados, tell me what you know about Golhaye Rangarang. [more inside]
Phill Niblock. Peter Hansen. Jóhann Jóhannsson. Terry Riley. Distant trains. Find me more gorgeous, drifting, droning horns, please.
Romanian speakers, get your radio ears on. What's she singing? I'm trying to discern the name of this folk tune. (nb.: Radio Romania itself is useless for this. No e-mail contact info on their Web site and no links or information to the "Skylark" radio program.)
Bulgarian speakers: What song is this? [more inside]
Yet another one of my crazy shortwave-radio song ID requests, this time (I believe) in Portuguese. Please check it out. [more inside]
I have a strange affection for the syrupy, slightly outdated, epic-sounding vocal pop of female singers like Eleni Vitali (Greece), Selda Bagcan (Turkey), Lata Mangeshkar (India), and the like. Who else would you recommend in this line? [more inside]
Okay, Hive Ear. Identify this Bulgarian tune. [more inside]
MidEastMusicFilter: Ethnomusicologists and Middle Eastern-music fans, can you identify this song? And, in any case, can you tell me more about the style of music to which it belongs?
GreekMusicFilter. I taped this song off of Foni tis Elladas [Voice of Greece], the Greek shortwave radio station. Aficionados, any clue as to what the first song in the clip might be? (Perhaps the announcer tells you at 00:58...)
So, a huge flock of very famous singing Bulgarians is about to show up on my continental doorstep... How do I put together a non-pocket-busting concert in a major city on what amounts to virtually no notice? Fundraisers-on-a-dime, rest assured, there's [more inside]
Where in the San Francisco/Berkeley area can I get a truly good selection of Bulgarian music? (By which I mean a BulgarianCDs.com-style selection, not the usual Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares stuff. HMV/Tower-type places probably don't apply.)