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On 6/13/2020 at 9:06 PM, itsnotallrightjack said:

 THIS!!! Benny Goodman, Sing, Sing, Sing. Although it should have been called Swing, Swing Swing!

 

How could you not listen to this and wanna dance like a maniac to it! The beat, the melody- they weren't called dance bands for no reason!

 

I've got 2 left feet, but still makes me feel like dancing crazily lol.

 

 


I'm into every single type of music 'itsnotalrightjack' usually for me mostly electronic and rock and film scores and the like but love this....it certainly does raise the heartbeat and make you want to move.  .........I have to say this is joyus,   .....this is what the human race would be like when the hidden hand is crushed.

 

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2 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:


I'm into every single type of music 'itsnotalrightjack' usually for me mostly electronic and rock and film scores and the like but love this....it certainly does raise the heartbeat and make you want to move.  .........I have to say this is joyus,   .....this is what the human race would be like when the hidden hand is crushed.

 

OK, so that's entertaining. There's a friendly vibe and cool participants. I'm taken by the easy rhythm etc. However, knowing the Tavistock legacy -  jazz, Beatles, Prog rock, psychedelic, hip-hop, garage animalising agenda, I can't really enjoy it.

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3 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

OK, so that's entertaining. There's a friendly vibe and cool participants. I'm taken by the easy rhythm etc. However, knowing the Tavistock legacy -  jazz, Beatles, Prog rock, psychedelic, hip-hop, garage animalising agenda, I can't really enjoy it.

 

This. They had to warm people up to decadent ideas slowly, and that kind of stuff, while it may look tame now, it definitely paved the way for the total onslaught that we see today.

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1 minute ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

OK, so that's entertaining. There's a friendly vibe and cool participants. I'm taken by the easy rhythm etc. However, knowing the Tavistock legacy -  jazz, Beatles, Prog rock, psychedelic, hip-hop, garage animalising agenda, I can't really enjoy it.

Ahhh fair enough Nobby if that's how ya feel - depending on what mood i'm in -- I get pissed off at looking at the filthy rich hollywood actors being paid gigantic salaries to fuck about basically.  
(I've read daniel estulin Tavistock institute book a yr back - so I know where you're coming from)

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1 hour ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Ahhh fair enough Nobby if that's how ya feel - depending on what mood i'm in -- I get pissed off at looking at the filthy rich hollywood actors being paid gigantic salaries to fuck about basically.  
(I've read daniel estulin Tavistock institute book a yr back - so I know where you're coming from)

My knowledge of tavistock come from elsewhere, they permeate all.

 

nudge nudge, wink wink.

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This is an older song, but it came into my head when I was walking in the woods a few days ago. It had rained and along one path there is always a branch from a young beech tree hanging over it at one point. That day I had to duck to get past and the line of John Denver's song "For Bobbie" came into my head: "And leaves bow down when she walks by, and morning bells will chime." I was singing it for the rest of my walk, happy again. ?  John Denver has always been one of my favourite artists... Such melodic music!....

 

 

Other than that, Neil Diamond can often help me a lot. If it is just losing oneself in the music, his album "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" can do that, or simply "Hot August Night". The beginning really pulls one in! It starts slow, then builds up and up... The next two or three songs on that album from the open air concert are really fast then too. Brilliant!

 

 

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