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Saw Spoon at Huston City Limits and Boston's Roxy. Very underappreciated band.

This should be an official SF song.

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This popped up in my Facebook feed: https://jessicamusic.blogspot.sg/2017/02/how-to-mark-international-womens-day-not.html

So I dug up a suffragette and composer I remember from many many years ago, to refresh her works in my memory.

Behold the Ethel Smyth Mass in D (1891): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_gdRUcwlQg

I actually tried to source the score for this one a long time ago, of course the exceptional Neunecker playing it adds to the suitability for the occasion. Ethel Smyth Concerto for Horn and Violin (1927 - a decade after Smyth suffered from hearing loss): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqVNlKqLrIo

Very Sibelius, light yet skilled writing, quite the chamber feel. Something to consider if you'd like to rotate Brahms out for a while.

@Coxsackie you might enjoy.
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Never gets old:
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^Saw those guys live when I was a teenager. Amazing.
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^Saw those guys live when I was a teenager. Amazing.

Jealous seen RTF without Al sigh.

Mind you seen the Mahavishnu play a few times.
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Jealous seen RTF without Al sigh.

Mind you seen the Mahavishnu play a few times.

It was one of the most breathtaking musical events I have ever been to. I still remember it vividly. I went with a mate, we were young and sat there just wondering how it was physically possible to create music like that live.
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Austra, Future Politics Great album
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Recently I've discovered C2C band and I must say it's pretty awesome.

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RIP Leon Ware--the same day Thundercat released his new album. frown.gifTokyo is actually about Bruner's first time going to Japan with Leon Ware (see https://twitter.com/Thundercat/status/834989217172291584).

https://open.spotify.com/album/5bMeLupvv72kb8BfsHJI7W
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