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I quite like that.
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So after that Mongolian find, the YouTube train brought on some Soviet synthpop.


It started with a generic feel but started to pick up, especially with a fine vocalist. Each subsequent listen feels more sublime than the prior. Another interesting feature is the seriousness of the audience. Clearly into it, with none of the mosh pit carnival nature of the Anglosphere.

So it turns out Alliance was a pretty big band in the USSR. Small studio audience in that, wondering what if any criteria for tickets to that show. Did they have any big concerts? What did a Soviet era concert look like?

Rock music in Russia - Wikipedia
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During the early 1980s Soviet authorities started to exert heavy pressure on amateur bands, banning underground concerts as a sort of illegal commercial activity, and even imprisoning some music promoters and sound engineers for earning money from underground concerts. At the same time, several rock clubs were established[by whom?] to allow amateur bands to perform legal concerts.
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In Russian, the original meaning of word "рок" is "fate" or "doom". The word is used almost exclusively in fiction, especially poetry (more widely used synonym is "судьба"). These correlate with the poetic roots of Russian rock and its attention to "serious" topics.
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It also leaves me mildly saddened with this example of a lot of cultural stuffs lost or unshared for decades due to closed borders. But hey, we got the internet now and a great frontier of cultural sharing dawns, amirite?

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Been on a bit of a GHEEE-tar nostalgia kick. Today, it's the late great Stevie Ray Vaughn:

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Because of the nature of my hearing loss, I no longer enjoy listening to music. I cannot even hear most birds.
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Have you heard this one?

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Thumbnail suggest live video. Video delivers live video. How baity is that?
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Pagey is NOT jamming on his red double necked Gibson EDS-1275 as shown in the still image for the video, but rather his single necked Gibson Les Paul Standard he bought from Joe Walsh in 1969, the guitar he generally referred to as Number One.

Classic bait and switch. Classic ROCK bait and switch, rather. :yup:

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A Night at the Opera is a very fine album. I sometimes forget.
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I am becoming hooked on vocal coach reaction videos on youtube. There are millions; it seems to have become pretty popular. One angle is to pick a song you know well and watch someone listening to it for the first time and providing 'expert' reactions. Another is to use it as an introduction to songs you don't know by bands you know something of. And then I suppose it could be fun to go with totally new stuff though I haven't done much of that yet.

They seem to get most of their ideas from comments made by followers, so naturally it's the bigger and better known songs.

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Floorgasm.

Obviously you have to ignore the don't forget to like subscribe and share shit that every yootoober is compelled to include.

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eta: omg: Not a vocal coach, but an 8 year old girl in a unicorn onesie. (same song, this is what you get from following links)

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"Yo, we heard you like symphonic metal so we put some RAP in your symphonic metal..."

Xzibit performs with Within Temptation ... and dammit it works. Cool video too.

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