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Afro Celt Sound System — Further in Time
Album: Volume 3-Further In Time
Avg rating:
5.9

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Total ratings: 645









Released: 2001
Length: 6:22
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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I normally give electronic music a thumbs down but this makes me happy.   
да... классика есть классика..
Laugh out loud moment.  Yeah I know, LOL Sorry still clinging to the 20th Century.  Which explains how I know what you're talking about.   Proclivities wrote:
I thought this was Gordon Lightfoot.
 

It grows on ya after a while. An 8 from me. :)
 Geecheeboy wrote:
This has nothing to do with a Mercury, or any other car that I can tell.
 

lol  
This has nothing to do with a Mercury, or any other car that I can tell.
 giammin wrote:
Come on Bill.. you can't put this stuff after Learning to fly...
 
Why in the world not?
 Proclivities wrote:
I thought this was Gordon Lightfoot.

 
No it's Nodrog Heavy Hand.
Funk Tastic!  {#Jump}{#Jump}{#Jump}
 Proclivities wrote:
I thought this was Gordon Lightfoot.

 
{#Lol}


To the hot tub? That's what I hear :o)
Like Em Gryner, introduced to me on _Open Mike with Mike Bullard_,
And now for something completely different.
I thought this was Gordon Lightfoot.
I love it. I wouldn't listen to this a lot, but the 4 albums of theirs  I have get regular airings. Great blend of styles. Not too many people doing this.
 Chrisjea wrote:

Should not put it on after Little Bird either.  Sorry, a rare 2 for me

 
IMHO I wouldnt put it on.
Brutal
 giammin wrote:
Come on Bill.. you can't put this stuff after Learning to fly...

 
Should not put it on after Little Bird either.  Sorry, a rare 2 for me
Come on Bill.. you can't put this stuff after Learning to fly...
{#Jump}
 hcaudill wrote:
Huh. I was half-listening to this, and was startled to hear the singer listing off the names of towns in Guinea, West Africa, where I used to live (Conakry, Faranah, Siguiri, Boke, etc.) Looked it up, & turns out the singer is N'Faly Kouyate, a Malinké djeli (storyteller/musician).
 

Cool!
I can flick and randomly double click in the Icecast Radio Directory of VLC if I want to hear this type of music.  
I like some ACSS and saw them support Radiohead, but not this and not here.
https://goo.gl/OulkYY
Disturbing @ work :-(
Beurkk!
This is a really good song to listen to in headphones while you're taking a run. The beat is just awesome to push you.
Not the best song on the album by far. Listening straight through the whole thing I've found is by far and away the best way to be able to appreciate this ablum. The songs are designed to flow into each other, and thus sometimes sound chopped or out of place when you play just one.
doesn't move my body, heart or soul. Can't go better than HO HUM with those 3 strikes.
Uh, Rolf, we get the idea. I don't agree, but....I definitely get your point.
:puke:
:frustrated:
:beat:
:stop:
radiojunkie wrote:
My feet won't stop!
Mine, either! And my hat won't start!
My feet won't stop!
ACSS rocks!
gregorbill wrote:
Then what's all the gear this Afrocelt is sitting in front of? https://www.afrocelts.org/images/james_in_the_studio.bmp
Nothing that makes the music....just composing software and equipment to mix, equalize, etc.
mojoman wrote:
Funny thing is there are no computers involved in ACSS. It's all live musicians.
Then what's all the gear this Afrocelt is sitting in front of? https://www.afrocelts.org/images/james_in_the_studio.bmp
Ah, memories :bounce: :daisy.gif: :goodvibes.gif:
punky wrote:
A computer, some software and, HEY, I'm a musician. Not! :puke:
Funny thing is there are no computers involved in ACSS. It's all live musicians.
punky wrote:
A computer, some software and, HEY, I'm a musician. Not! :puke:
I've always found it amusing that things look, seem or sound so EASY to those on the outside. It might be more difficult than you think. I think these guys are incredible, but I guess that's obvious.
A computer, some software and, HEY, I'm a musician. Not! :puke:
:bounce:
A seamless segue from JM Jarre. Way to go, Bill.
YYYYYEEEEAHHHHHHHHHH! Go ACSS! An 8.
Huh. I was half-listening to this, and was startled to hear the singer listing off the names of towns in Guinea, West Africa, where I used to live (Conakry, Faranah, Siguiri, Boke, etc.) Looked it up, & turns out the singer is N'Faly Kouyate, a Malinké djeli (storyteller/musician).
Franlrc wrote:
It's got a nice beat and you can dance to it. I gave it an 8. (Boy have I dated myself.) :lol:
really.... I've never thought of doing that. When you date yourself, do you have to buy yourself dinner before you will put out? hmmm...
It's got a nice beat and you can dance to it. I gave it an 8. (Boy have I dated myself.) :lol:
On another day, I may have rated this song higher....but today it just gives me a headache! Make it stop!
al9009 wrote:
Gotta love these guys.
no, ya don't :yawn:
Gotta love these guys.
come on and rock me Amadeus!
This sounds like someone going apesh*t in a kitchen full of hanging pots and pans. Ick.
Just cranked it way up and annoyed no end of fellow employees. TOO BAD. I love this tune.
Originally Posted by TreborG2: The more ACSS I hear.. the more I like... very intteresting sound.... Thanks Again RP !!
I agree. I definitely need to put this album on my list of albums to buy.
The more ACSS I hear.. the more I like... very intteresting sound.... Thanks Again RP !!
Way too sterile
why does this always remind me of that awful Chumba Wumaba band?
Hypnotic! This is where the hip dance rhythm becomes the star of the show.
Not sure about this one... ok to hear everyonce in awhile, but, to myself it sounds a lot like electronic programed techno-pop, that goes to far into the electronics and isolates the listener from the musicians. Is it live or is it Intel?
This is how to start the day! Dancing all around the office!