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Album: Mali Music
Avg rating:
5.9

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Total ratings: 1257









Released: 2002
Length: 3:50
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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 crockosha wrote:


If Snoop likes it so do I
Whaaaat ? Maybe a bit of consideration for a suitable name might not have segredated them. Is that a subtle reference to Stevie Wonder on the cover?
Another example of presentation to appease. Great music RP. Love ya. 
 ziakut wrote:
Moronic album art...just gotta say it.
 
Oh yeah? Let's see you solve it, smart guy!
Oh yeah, A Snob confirming close-minded bias of Elitist Snoot.  Jota wrote:

Spot on.  Their idea of eclectic is Grateful Dead 24/7
 

 Broken_Arrow wrote:

It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.
 

This
i like
Ah mister Allbran. Can one study to be an enigma? One can try.

Anyway, we liked this here.
this pleases me
Please.
 Broken_Arrow wrote:

It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.

 
Yes, that would be the elitist view. On the other hand, maybe people just don't like the song. It is kind of repetitive. 
 SeriousLee wrote:

This is all about musical taste. If you want to talk about narrow-mindedness, shall we start with those who just can't accept other folks' opinions? Or is that a little too close to home?

 

I'm perfectly fine with other's musical tastes, whatever they may be.  That doesn't mean that they are not provincial and narrow minded.
 DigitalJer wrote:

+1 :)

Catchy, then again I'm a sucker for low notes - bass lines, cellos, baritone sax.

 
+1
 Broken_Arrow wrote:

It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.

 
This is all about musical taste. If you want to talk about narrow-mindedness, shall we start with those who just can't accept other folks' opinions? Or is that a little too close to home?
 willmcnaught wrote:
One more reason Radio Paradise is truly eclectic!  PSD button people, if ya don't like and take the hate else where{#Devil_pimp}

 
+1 :)

Catchy, then again I'm a sucker for low notes - bass lines, cellos, baritone sax.
 Canlistener wrote:

Perhaps it's just a repetitive, crappy song?

 
{#Lol}
 Hannio wrote:

I have often marveled at how musically conservative the RP audience is.



 
Too many uptight RPeeps here sometimes. {#Razz}
 Broken_Arrow wrote:

It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.

 

I have often marveled at how musically conservative the RP audience is.


 Broken_Arrow wrote:

It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.

 
Perhaps it's just a repetitive, crappy song?
 Broken_Arrow wrote:

It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.

 
Spot on.  Their idea of eclectic is Grateful Dead 24/7
so so good{#Music}
 Broken_Arrow wrote:

It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.

 
Agreed, that's the reason. 
 msymmes wrote:
Wonder why the average rating is 5.7?   Seems out of skew.

 
It's the impact of the narrow-minded provincials who are tuning in. Hopefully, a little more exposure will broaden their palate.
Ubet!

 
willmcnaught wrote:
One more reason Radio Paradise is truly eclectic!  PSD button people, if ya don't like and take the hate else where{#Devil_pimp}

 


This would be great hotel lobby music.
"There is no darkness but 

   
meinthecorner wrote:

Ignorance ...

 

"

W. Shakespeare
One more reason Radio Paradise is truly eclectic!  PSD button people, if ya don't like and take the hate else where{#Devil_pimp}
 
ziakut wrote:
Moronic album art...just gotta say it.

 
I guess it couldn't occur to you that since this album is about Mali, that maybe the photo says something about kids there trying to learn some basic stuff.

Don't be so critical...it'll give you an ulcer.

What about the music, nice, heh?
Wonder why the average rating is 5.7?   Seems out of skew.
Moronic album art...just gotta say it.
Like, very much - first time hearing
 jedley wrote:
Garbage (not as in Garbage the band, but as in a stinking pile of waste).
 
Ignorance ( there's no accounting for it...)
Nice.  Warms me up for some reggae.
 jedley wrote:
Garbage (not as in Garbage the band, but as in a stinking pile of waste).
 
That's a shame: I dislike a lot of music but would never call this garbage.  Everybody's trying...
Like!   {#Sunny}
Bought the CD as soon as I heard this on RP. Just beautiful, and it is now the ringtone when my gf rings me on my mobile!
I love this. {#Dancingbanana_2}
I groove to this one all the time!{#Dancingbanana}
 jedley wrote:
Garbage (not as in Garbage the band, but as in a stinking pile of waste).
 

Ouch, Milan....  kinda harsh.
Garbage (not as in Garbage the band, but as in a stinking pile of waste).
I laughed when I read the name of the artist. It's like, after Blur and the Gorillaz and The Good The Bad and The Queen he's run out of band names and he's reduced to using his own name. Or maybe he thought no one would recognize him in this work otherwise, because I never would have thought this was Damon Albarn. This is interesting.

This is why I like RP.  One get to hear ''foreign'' music.

Thanks! :)


The album cover is almost as good as this song. An 8 it is!
 bugleboy624 wrote:
Yet another "What the hell is Bill playing now?" songs.
 
Yes, and we like it that way {#Bounce}
You don't like it, switch the station. Really simple.

I don't think negative responses to songs really matter. COULD YOU HAVE DONE BETTER?

If so, why aren't you getting any airplay? HMM?
Yet another "What the hell is Bill playing now?" songs.
Tedious....repetition drones without feeling - very predictable...ho hum to the max
This is Damon Albarn?!!  The guy from Blur and Gorillaz?!?!  The diversity of his talent amazes me.
works perfect with the sun shining on my back . . . can't really see what I'm typing though {#Sunny}
3-2= quite likable
Hmmm...I'm real surprised to see the relatively low rating for this one, especially seeing all the positive comments.:think: ...a good solid 8 from me anyway....
A rare blizzard blows in Brooklyn...
This is great. 9
This gets a 10, if only because it's from such a great album. Now if only Bill could play "Sunset Coming On."
Oh, I read about this project of his. Very cool!
xkolibuul wrote:
Wrong end of the continent, my man. Check out a map. It would be quite a walk. Nice music, tho.
:LOL: Yep.
Nice! Oscar
:sunny.gif:
Wrong end of the continent, my man. Check out a map. It would be quite a walk. Nice music, tho. DavidCarrico wrote:
Makes me want to walkabout the zambizi flatlands with a spear!
I DON'T KNOW if it's because is friday and we are almost gone and already drinking some beer on the office or because of this song that is really FUN to listen but i'm smiling baby! LOL OScar
DavidCarrico wrote:
Makes me want to walkabout the zambizi flatlands with a spear!
Yes, son, and you would disappear in a Mutual-of-Omaha Blur.* Better just stay put and enjoy the pseudo-experience of it all. *pun intended (see below)
"...that a way , man, it won't take long..." (repeat) :stupid:
Haha. Ravenous is one of the coolest movies ever made. Really, it's everything Evil Dead 2 supposedly is - both funny and scary, violent, and a kickass soundtrack.
this song is awesome. i can't say why i love it so much; i just do. this song makes me smile inside. ^_^
Yo-way-nay, ma monay glone! Sing it, baby.
Makes me want to walkabout the zambizi flatlands with a spear!
Originally Posted by triviagal: Reminds me of those Mutual of Omaha programs w/ Marlin Perkins.
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Originally Posted by Skeletor: btw, wasn't Damon Albarn the guy from Blur?
Yup, that's him.
Originally Posted by Spliff: I really didn't like this the first time I heard it but now it's not so bad. It grows on you.
Agreed - this is the third or fourth time I've heard it and I find it quite appealing now. Somehow it fits in with the Joe Cocker-Morphine set. btw, wasn't Damon Albarn the guy from Blur?
I really didn\'t like this the first time I heard it but now it\'s not so bad. It grows on you.
Reminds me of those Mutual of Omaha programs w/ Marlin Perkins.