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- Fri, 04 May 2018 18:54:29 EST H1sF/FV5 No.453457
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Who is your favorite musician and why?
Cedric Bommerwane - Sat, 05 May 2018 06:09:56 EST PNSO/km5 No.453463 Reply
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Geezer Butler.

I play bass. At this point you either get me or you don't. File included for people who think they might be ready to understand though.
Caroline Gannerwit - Sat, 05 May 2018 19:05:15 EST C+r/I+Ys No.453473 Reply

Aaron Turner. Not only do I love all of his output,but he’s personally done a lot for me on a really personal, special level.
Shit Porringfield - Thu, 23 May 2019 11:55:04 EST 6FD1tcde No.454999 Reply
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>The Wizard of Woo

Bernie Worrell

Dude was a certified child prodigy genius who was playing Mozart by age 4, leading world orchestras by age 10, graduating top level music schools by 15, and by 17 dropping acid with George Clinton and creating the backbone of everything that is good in music that came after him.

Dude composed/arranged almost EVERYTHING the entire P-Funk umbrella family of bands created, and then went on to work with people from the Talking Heads to Buckethead and Les Claypool and many more.

The man learned to play before he learned to talk and was able to express himself more easily through music than speech. He created an entire language on early analog synthesizers that is still used to create music to this day. Most importantly, he brought light and a force of healing to this world. Yet still he died a poor man.

If you don't know of him get to know who he was. There is a short documentary about him on youtube called "Stranger: Bernie Worrell on Earth"

The first Praxis album "Transmutation" is music gold.

Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains was possibly the greatest supergroup to ever form.

And I mean the motherfucking P-Funk. Listen to "The Mothership Connection" in its entirety and just try to imagine it without the keyboard/synth lines. Even that legendary bass line in "Flashlight" was actually him on the minimoog not bootsy on the bass.

I can't say enough good things about this guy, there may never be a single person who influences the eternal song as much as he did.
Ernest Crusslestone - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 15:25:36 EST 0SDDCnSS No.455401 Reply
Break, the guy literally works on good shit, unlike most of the other DnB artists, he really don't give a fuck about the number of the releases.
Sidney Finnerspear - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 22:30:57 EST aW17451U No.455418 Reply

Yeah Break is excellent. He's a mastering engineer I believe.
Simon Dezzleson - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 00:23:41 EST yWvP55ej No.455445 Reply
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Wrest of Leviathan.

Dude got me into doing black metal music and shit alone. I started drumming his shit, then I started learning his stuff on guitar, then got into writing my own music and performing everything by myself. He has said Burzum and Varg did the same for him but I never got into Burzum enough to really be inspired to work alone. Leviathan was that leap that made me stop doing covers or other music and start making original material.

I guess other big influences would be Proscriptor McGovern of ABSU, Joey Jordison, George Kollias, and Chris Adler for drums. Wrest, Muhammad Suicmez, Deathspell Omega and Mark Morton/Willie Adler for guitar. Ryan Martinie and to an extent Les Claypool for bass. Famine of Peste Noire and Mikko Aspa for vocals.
Oliver Drongerdale - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 21:30:31 EST zXhaRaAS No.455535 Reply
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David Bowie RIP
Nigel Suttingbet - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:16:58 EST HRbFioBM No.455738 Reply
killing joke are genuinely better than black sabbath

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