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    John B.

    Post your favorite Musician/Song/Artist or whatever… and why do you like it ???.

    P.D: Personally I think that do not exist the best musician, song or whatever because is relative to the person and his taste.

    But Paco de Lucia is in another level, mate.




    I actually know a guy who was somewhat friends with Paco de Lucia. the guy is a flamenco instructor / music professor at fresno state university.

    ive always been a van halen, danny elfman, olvia newton john, f(x), jerry reed kind of guy.

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    I’m too ecclectic to have a de-facto favorite. But the shortlist includes:

    Composers: Mussorgsky, Andrew Lloyd Weber, and George Gershwin

    Musicians: Andres Segovia, Patty Labelle, Lee Ritenour, Steve Harris, Geddy Lee, Béla Fleck, Victor Wooten, Neil Peart, David Bowie

    Artists (groups): Rush, Deep Purple, Manhattan Transfer, Iron Maiden, The Troggs, Turtles, Animals, Ventures, Devo, The Cure…. I’ll stop there

    Songs: Heaven On Their Minds (Jesus Christ Superstar), Birdland (Manhattan Transfer) , Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (Iron Maiden), The Trees (Rush), Stripped (Depesche Mode), Under the Milky Way (The Church), Stomping Grounds (Bela Fleck and The Flecktones), A Night on a Bare Moutain (Mussorgsky), An American In Paris (George Gershwin).

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    André Médigue

    Anything related to rock and roll: rockabilly, rhythm and blues, soul, blues, surf, 60’s punk garage, Detroit high energy (Stooges, MC5, etc..), Australian proto punk (Radio Birdman…), country and westerm, honky tonk, Scandinavian punk hard rock and roll (Hellacopters, Turbonegro etc…), exotica, doo wop, lounge, punk rock, easy-listening (Les Baxter!!!), country rock, swing jazz, lo-fi trash (Gories etc…), pop punk, power pop, voodoobilly, psychedelic. Additives include sacred vocal music (Soeur Marie Keyrouz, Tibetan monks etc…), overtone throat singing, Robert Schumann, JS Bach, Corelli…

    "I got both kinds, I got rock and roll!"

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