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Mike Barkley:
You wanted Friday night to move?

 
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Muppets Pearl? haha that's not how we do things around here y'all.

It's hotter than hell here in cajun country lately. Had a large copperhead on my porch a couple days ago. Saw the largest cottonmouth I've ever seen last weekend. Eight or ten feet at least. Went back & tried to get a better look but the deer flies were eating me alive. Might be a gator moving into the creek near my cabin. Might be wild hogs. Was a gator last year. Either way ... as one of these songs says ... it's a baaaaaad swamp & not a place to fool around. Figured some swampy snake music is appropriate to end this week.

 
 





 
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Here's a wonderful album packed with some really nice instrumental jams  (link to playlist provided below)

Circles Around The Sun - Interludes For The Dead (feat. Neal Casal)
For more info, please visit ~ https://www.allmusic.com/album/interludes-for-the-dead-mw0002880000

Keyboards: Adam MacDougall
Bass: Dan Horne
Drums: Mark Levy
Guitar: Neal Casal
Performance: Neal Casal
Writer: Neal Casal

Opening track:

Hallucinate a Solution (feat. Neal Casal)


Link to full playlist:  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1AQoNPSXOD3DE4J-mpea21pDA6F7mOZT


 
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Santoor & tabla may not be everyone's cup of tea ....but if it is, here's some classical Indian music that is pure gold:

Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma: The Inner Path (Raga Kirvani) Live at Saptak Festival

 
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its funny (to me at least) to play a ragga jungle or footwork mix in the background with a shuffling video muted and set to 2X playback speed

like if you use this video for example as the audio and play the shuffling one recently posted at 2X

although this video on its own is a classic!
i have to dance at least a little when i watch it!
sorry about the swear word in the intro

 
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Howdy,

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