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A great recent song by Turin Robinson, a currently little-known singer songwriter from Perth, Australia, with a voice that flits between Jeff Buckley, Tom Waits, and your mom, and a sound merging folk, R&B, hip hop, and rock pretty seamlessly 



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A poignant, plangent, exhilarating, Spanish, Eastern European, gypsy, folk, classical influenced improvisation on guitar by Andrey Zimin, which I recorded on my phone when it was happening, and spontaneously gave the somewhat ponderous yet somehow fitting title. Second guitar: Andy N. 



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BWV 639 – from Orgelbüchlein (‘The Little Organ Book’) – performed by Gilberto Guarino

 



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A Country Western song about— reincarnation. Featuring Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Waylon Jennings. Sort of like The Fountain of the Country Western genre.



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