What are you listening to at the moment?

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For the beautiful Black Mother

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrrKdU3V80o
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The past few days my mind has almost constantly been generating tango music in my head (of all music styles!), so in a way I have been listening to that. Endless variations, just appearing from somewhere. And not the fiery, passionate Argentinian tango, but the Finnish schlager style, in the vein of THIS.

It's nothing new, I often hear melodies, riffs, rhythm patterns etc. in my mind (that often don't exist before as such), but I can't say exactly why this personal tango fm station is on now so persistently.

Other than that, I listened to Suuri Shamaani - Mysteerien maailma, while doing some work. Minimalistic ambient that manages to stay interesting. Certain Beherit-esque weirdness is there, even if it's quite different in style.
"Ja kun minun kirkkauteni kulkee ohitse, asetan minä sinut kallion rotkoon ja peitän sinut kädelläni, kunnes olen kulkenut ohi.
Kun minä sitten siirrän pois käteni, näet sinä minun selkäpuoleni; mutta minun kasvojani ei voi kenkään katsoa."
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I liked that Kali devotional. Because my brain jumps to associations, here are a few: Two western musicians went Tibet and India in the late 00's, to record ritualistic music with the monks. The record is awesome and unique. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc0e1KhcBrY

Something more "fun", Ananda Shankar:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6c3VKakOGo

I can't help myself, people need to know about Charanjit Singh. Anyone feeling poorly? Frown inversion :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OFpODr ... J2&index=3
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Benemal wrote: Wed Jan 05, 2022 3:45 pm I liked that Kali devotional. Because my brain jumps to associations, here are a few: Two western musicians went Tibet and India in the late 00's, to record ritualistic music with the monks. The record is awesome and unique. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc0e1KhcBrY
Wow, this one took me by surprise. I'm generally judging ritual music in records often similarly as any other music because I seldom use music in ritual contexts so it's music I interpret like any other form of recorded audial art. This one hit right in to my tastebuds which is rare, usually ritual music is booring and not tickling my bones. The surprise is even greater as I happen to be familiar with Sir Richard Bishop's guitar music and have seen it too cold like it would follow scales rather than inner guidance and search for the vital form.
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Heard Gustav Holst's The Planets, op. 32: VII. Neptune, the Mystic from the radio the other day. Rarely have the planetary compositions reached such beautifully fantastic levels, in the literal meaning of the word.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gx_EhMM2S5Y
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