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On 7/14/2022 at 8:21 PM, Wilfrid said:

 

2. And here's the punchline, the only artist I am playing repeatedly like Hinds (but not as much) is Adia Victoria. How wonderful.

And its also interesting the path we have taken to find new artists. Here is how I found Adia Victoria and feel the same way about her as Wilf does.: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/elaminabdelmahmoud/jason-isbell-ryman-country-music-mickey-guyton

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The best pop group in the world kind of thrown away before an early morning, but devoted, audience at Lollapalooza this week. The set is incredible but if you only have time for two minutes of a towering celebration of music, politics, beauty and love, “Spanish Bombs” is 27 minutes in. But I really recommend the whole thing. Joy still exists, against all odds.

 

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8 hours ago, Wilfrid said:

The best pop group in the world kind of thrown away before an early morning, but devoted, audience at Lollapalooza this week. The set is incredible but if you only have time for two minutes of a towering celebration of music, politics, beauty and love, “Spanish Bombs” is 27 minutes in. But I really recommend the whole thing. Joy still exists, against all odds.

 

That's great...I do detect a little Beatles' influence there, however. 

4-person group.  All one sex. 2 guitars, bass and drums. Kinda longish hair. Everyone sings.  Hmmmmmmmmm.........

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Oh let’s do not do those thousand pages over again. The Beatles did not invent that, The Hinds would exist without The Beatles. Do they love The Beatles? I have no idea. I think The Clash are a little bit closer to them.

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I could feel the weather coming, so I played Wreckless Eric’s “I Wish it Would Rain,” and just as it finished the sky exploded.

Need to go close some windows. This is heavy.

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