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Started by TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 16,May,21 10:11  other posts
I have several mixes on the "tube". I'm not sure it's ok to identify the site. If you have a list and want to post one at a time, please post name of piece, author/singer, URL. Lyrics are not required.

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By whatsupcocks [Ignore] 03,Jun,21 02:36 other posts 
BNA - Brand New Animal ( Ho No ) only registered users can see external links
By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 03,Jun,21 09:22 other posts 
Its amazing. I like it. Thank you.
By whatsupcocks [Ignore] 06,Jun,21 21:03 other posts 
thank you. The power of music is amazing . It may be a short song, but I find myself playing it two or three times in a row . . Here's another tub fav ( THE NATURAL ) by ( MAGIC DRAGON ) enjoy.
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same type of videos but the music is great.
By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 08,Jun,21 08:26 other posts 
I like the music. The animation? I’m fro a different, older generation. I’m into live people, but, then again, music is for the ears, not the eyes.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 06,Jun,21 08:15 other posts 
Mel Tillis - Detroit City

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By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 05,Jun,21 12:08 other posts 
Facundo Cabral-"No soy de aqui, ni soy de allá"
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Facundo Cabral is a an Argentine poet and folk music singer. I love his guitar

An English translation:
I like the sun, Alicia and the doves,
A good cigar and the ladies of easy virtue,
Jumping over walls, opening windows
And, when I’m crying, a woman…

I like wine, as well as flowers,
And rabbits, but not tractors,
The homemade bread, Dolores’ voice
And the sea wetting my feet.

I’m neither from here nor from there,
I have no age, no future
And being happy is my identity colour.

I always like lying down on the sand,
Going after Manuela with my nag,
And all the time watching the stars
With Maria, in the wheat fields.

I’m neither from here nor from there,
I have no age, no future
And being happy is my identity colour.
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By ANGEL1227! [Ignore] 02,Jun,21 15:42 other posts 
Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime ORIGINAL 1970

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I used to love playing this while watching the submarine races in the Rickenbacker Causeway.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 31,May,21 11:14 other posts 
Pink Martini - Amado Mio | Live from Seattle - 2011

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Pink Martini performs "Amado Mio" with Storm Large on vocals in Seattle, Washington in 2011.

Storm Large is an Amazon Queen and SOOO SEXY...Yumm


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 31,May,21 11:10 other posts 
SONORA CARRUSELES--LA COMAY

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La Sonora Carruseles is a salsa band originating in 1995 from Colombia. They are currently established in Medellín.

Their music has been featured in televised competitions such as So You Think You Can Dance. In August 2015, U.S. President Barack Obama included the group's song "La Salsa la Traigo Yo!" on his personal #POTUS playlist which created significant international interest in the band.[1]


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 31,May,21 10:55 other posts 
RODOLFO ARCARDI-- Boquita de caramelo-- COLOMBIAN CUMBIA

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Makes you want to jump up and shake your booty.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 31,May,21 10:50 other posts 
Azucar Moreno - Devorame Otra Vez

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Consisting of sisters Antonia "Toñi" (14 March 1963) and Encarnación "Encarna" Salazar (10 January 1961), the singing duo comes from Badajoz.[citation needed] They are part of a large family of performers: their grandfather was a musician, their father a singer and songwriter, their brothers the members of band Los Chunguitos and their uncle is famous singer Porrina de Badajoz.[citation needed] The Azúcar Moreno sisters began their singing careers as back-up vocalists to their brothers, but in 1982, they were discovered and signed by record label EMI Spain, resulting in two albums with moderate commercial success released in 1984 and 1986.[citation needed] In 1988 they signed with CBS-Epic and relaunched their music with a bolder production style and matching sexier image and released the album Carne De Melocotón.[citation needed] They became one of the first Spanish acts to combine their Romani heritage and traditional cantaora vocal style with urban dance rhythms like disco, rhythm and blues, funk and techno

ROMANI is the new way of referring to Gypsies.
The Romani people are a distinct ethnic and cultural group of peoples living all across the globe, who share a family of languages and sometimes a traditional nomadic mode of life.[1] Though their exact origins are unclear, western India is a notable point of origin.[2] Their language stems from and is similar to modern-day Gujarati and Rajasthani, borrowing loan words from other languages as they migrated from India. In Europe, even though their culture has been victimized by other cultures, they have still found a way to maintain their heritage and society.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 30,May,21 09:33 other posts 
Three Dog Night - Mama told me not to come 1970

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Charlie and I got married to this song. Yeah, but we liked it.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 30,May,21 09:32 other posts 
Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls of Fire

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You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain
Too much love drives a man insane


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 30,May,21 09:29 other posts 
The Andrews Sisters - In The Mood

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Big Band. Glenn Miller


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 30,May,21 09:02 other posts 
Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher 1930

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3/31/30 Cab Calloway and his Orchestra 1930-1931 Classics. Cab's famous signature tune! The lyrics are based on those of the folk song, Willie the Weeper, and the melody was modeled on St. James Infirmary and Prohibition Blues. It is a call-and-response song which has more verses than Cab ever sings. Cab insisted that Minnie was not a real person, but it's believed it was his sister . Cabell "Cab" Calloway III (December 25, 1907 -- November 18, 1994) was an American jazz singer and bandleader.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 30,May,21 08:51 other posts 
Martha Tilton (Benny Goodman) - Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (1937)

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It wasn't a "foreign importation," having been written by immigrants to the US, Shalom Secunda and Jacob Jacobs, for an American musical in Yiddish.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 30,May,21 08:47 other posts 
I've Got A Crush On You- Lee Wiley and Fats Waller

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1930's jazz


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 30,May,21 08:44 other posts 
THE BELLAMY BROTHERS - BOOBS

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This one by the Bellamy Brothers gets cancelled y YouTube all the time. Listen while you can

Our favorite "heterosexual, white boy, Methodists" are at it again with this summertime favorite. Enjoy!!


By whatsupcocks [Ignore] 28,May,21 18:02 other posts 
This one I posted for New Year, to get 2021 started off with a giggle and some eye candy . only registered users can see external links
By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 28,May,21 23:22 other posts 
.That’s funny too. '
By whatsupcocks [Ignore] 30,May,21 02:18 other posts 
There both definitely original .


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 29,May,21 09:29 other posts 
PEDRO INFANTE - CIEN AÑOS

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Pedro Infante Cruz was a popular Mexican actor and ranchera singer, whose career spanned over two decades, and whose fame and popularity also spread to other Latin American countries such as Venezuela, Guatemala and Peru, having appeared in multiple movies during the golden age of Mexican cinema.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 29,May,21 09:22 other posts 
FLETCHER HENDERSON - HOCUS POCUS

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Bandleader, arranger and pianist Fletcher Henderson is one of the most influential — and yet least-known — jazz masters. During his orchestra's peak years in the 1920s and '30s, he helped define the sound of big-band jazz, pioneering musical ideas which today are taken for granted.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 29,May,21 09:05 other posts 
THE BELLAMY BROTHERS-- IF I SAID YOU HAD A BEAUTIFUL BODY WOULD YOU HOLD IT AGAINST ME

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By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 29,May,21 09:03 other posts 
JAVIER SOLIS- EN MI VIEJO SAN JUAN

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Javier Solís (born Gabriel Siria Levario 1 September 1931 – 19 April 1966) was a Mexican singer of boleros and rancheras as well as a movie actor.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 29,May,21 08:56 other posts 
M I L O N G A!!!!!!!
Aníbal Troilo y Francisco Fiorentino - Soy un porteño
ANIBAL TROILO (ACCORDION) AND FRANCISCO FIORENTINO (SINGER)

SOY UN PORTEÑO
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Milonga is a musical genre that originated in the Río de la Plata areas of Argentina, Uruguay and the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. It was derived from an earlier style of singing known as the payada de contrapunto. The song was set to a lively 2. 4. time signature, as are most milongas.
IT'S FAST AND GREAT TO DANCE TO.
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By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 29,May,21 08:44 other posts 
PASTOR LOPEZ''OYE TRACIONERA

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Pastor López y su Combo." Many of the cumbias he has recorded are interpretations of works associated with "Peruvian cumbia", including "Cariñito sin mi", "Bonita y Mentirosa", and "Traicionera" among others.[3] The success of his more than 30 year musical career has not been limited to his two nations of residence, Venezuela and Colombia, but spans the United States, Canada, Spain, the UK, and other countries with significant Colombian and Latino populations.[4] He was one of the foremost recording stars for the dominantly Cumbia record label Discos Fuentes.[5]
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Cumbia is a folkloric genre and dance from Colombia. Since the 1940s, commercial or modern Colombian cumbia expanded to the rest of Latin America, after which it became popular throughout the continent


By whatsupcocks [Ignore] 25,May,21 02:46 other posts 
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By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 25,May,21 05:57 other posts 
That is so funny from The Snake oil Willie Band. Thanks for sharing.
By Peke3047 [Ignore] 25,May,21 10:10 other posts 
Love it!
By whatsupcocks [Ignore] 28,May,21 17:52 other posts 
Your welcome . A giggle a day keeps the blues away .


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 27,May,21 23:57 other posts 
LENA HORNE—STORMY WEATHER (1943)

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In the fall of 1933, Horne joined the chorus line of the Cotton Club in New York City. In the spring of 1934, she had a featured role in the Cotton Club Parade starring Adelaide Hall, who took Lena under her wing.[13] Horne made her first screen appearance as a dancer in the musical short Cab Calloway's Jitterbug Party


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 27,May,21 23:45 other posts 
TRIO LOS PANCHOS—Me Voy Pa'l Pueblo

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Originally, Trio Los Panchos are a trío romántico formed in New York City in 1944 by Alfredo Gil, Chucho Navarro, and Hernando Avilés. The trio became one of the leading exponents of the bolero and the romantic ballad in Latin America. Its original founding members have long since died and its current members are Chucho Navarro Jr., Eduardo Beristian and Misael Reyes.

In 1964, CBS proposed to the members of the trio, then made up of the two founding members and Johnny Albino, to accompany a female voice for the first time. It was about the American vocalist of Judeo-Spanish descent Eydie Gormé, who had several years of recording experience in the United States and who was just beginning to record in Spanish. In 1964, CBS proposed to the members of the trio, then made up of the two founding members and Johnny Albino, to accompany a female voice for the first time. It was about the American vocalist of Judeo-Spanish descent Eydie Gormé, who had several years of recording experience in the United States and who was just beginning to record in Spanish.
It’s interesting that the group was formed in New York City. Most Americans know them by listening some great music with Eddie Gormè but they were already famous for at least 10 yrs.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 23,May,21 09:31 other posts 
A BAILAR LA CUMBIA COLOMBIANA!!!!!
CHARLIE ZAA--LA POLLERA COLORADA

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Makes me get up an swing my hips
By leopoldij [Ignore] 26,May,21 21:00 other posts 
Ay que rico! Andale, bailemos, a mover la colita
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By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 24,May,21 09:12 other posts 
INK SPOTS-- IF I DIDN'T CARE

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As one fan said, These gentlemen didn't need instruments to make magic happen.
By leopoldij [Ignore] 26,May,21 20:57 other posts 
Oh yeah


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 24,May,21 09:23 other posts 
MYRIAM MAKEBA--MALAIKA

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Zenzile Miriam Makeba (4 March 1932 – 9 November 200, nicknamed Mama Africa, was a South African singer, songwriter, actress, United Nations goodwill ambassador, and civil rights activist. She married Stokely Carmichael, a leader of the Black Panther Party, in 1968. As a result, she lost support among white American. She began to write and perform music more explicitly critical of apartheid; the 1977 song "Soweto Blues", written by her former husband Hugh Masekela, was about the Soweto uprising
By leopoldij [Ignore] 26,May,21 20:56 other posts 
Gold gem


By ANGEL1227! [Ignore] 26,May,21 08:45 other posts 
GRUPO NICHE-- LA CANOA RANCHA

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Grupo Niche is a salsa group founded in 1978 in Cali, Colombia. Currently based in Cali, Colombia, it enjoys great popularity throughout Latin America. It was founded by Jairo Varela and Alexis Lozano. Varela remained with the group throughout his life, serving as producer, director, songwriter, vocalist and guiro player. Alexis Lozano, trombone player and arranger later left to form Orquesta Guayacán. The group also included Nicolas Cristancho "Macabi" on the piano, Francisco Garcia "Porky" on the bass, Luis Pacheco, on the congas, and vocalists Jorge Bazán and Hector Viveros.
Tis is a great exsample of Colombian salsa
By leopoldij [Ignore] 26,May,21 20:54 other posts 
Thank you thank you thank you.


By Tempp [Ignore] 25,May,21 23:30 other posts 
The live version of Rhiannon Giddens doing Spanish Mary with The New Basement Tapes. Watch it wearing headphones in a dark room.
By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 26,May,21 11:16 other posts 
Tempp
Great banjo player. Love the song. Here's the URL

Rhiannon Giddens doing Spanish Mary

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By ANGEL1227! [Ignore] 25,May,21 01:18 other posts 
Bump


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 24,May,21 09:08 other posts 
MAXINE SULLIVAN- ST. LOUIS BLUES

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Saint Louis Blues" (or "St. Louis Blues") is a popular American song composed by W. C. Handy in the blues style and published in September 1914. It was one of the first blues songs to succeed as a pop song and remains a fundamental part of jazz musicians' repertoire. The song has been called "the jazzman's Hamlet.

For my part, I love to listen to it in a semi-dark room with some "Grand Marnier"


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 23,May,21 09:42 other posts 
A LITTLE OF EARLY ROCK

JOHNNY HORTON -- CHEROKEE BOOGIE

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By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 23,May,21 09:38 other posts 
CREDENCE-- I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE
(CREDENCE CLEARWATER RIVIVAL)

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The first time I heard Credence I asked myself, "that's a band name?"


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 23,May,21 09:24 other posts 
AZUCAR!!!!
CELIA CRUZ-- LA VIDA ES UN CARNAVAL

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Nuestra joya Cubana en Miami. Celia was already famous in Cuba. She turned down Castro and now is part of Miami's Cuban community. She's famous for yelling "AZUCAR" or sugar


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 23,May,21 09:12 other posts 
For my Aussie friends.
Ian Moss - Tucker's Daughter

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One of the best guitar layers in Australia, maybe the world.


By TWOWARMTTS3 [Ignore] 23,May,21 08:35 other posts 
JO STAFFORD— I’LL BE SEEING YOU (1944)

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Beautiful song by a beautiful lady. Still as good today as then.
She was part of the Pied Pipers and sung for the Tommy Dorsey band.


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