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Kíla — Electric Landlady
Album: The Best of Kila
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Released: 2009
Length: 4:43
Plays (last 30 days): 2
(Instrumental)
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Well ...
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a little different from Electric Ladyland.
Very good show. Go see them if you have the chance.
A little to Afrocelt?
Whoa
Nice roll !
Gotta love the song title.  {#Roflol}
 SquiddlyDiddly wrote:


 
Love it!

 ntoll wrote:

Yeah... I thought Afrocelts too. Had to check.

 
agreed {#Jump}
Enjoyable, and the title of the song is hilarious, as good or better than Electric Larryland.

Got me cranking up the volume!


Good timing Bill, it's Celtic Fest round here this week.
 handyrae wrote:
My toes are a-tapping! Totally thought this was an Afrocelts song I'd never heard. 

 
Yeah... I thought Afrocelts too. Had to check.
My toes are a-tapping! Totally thought this was an Afrocelts song I'd never heard. 
No good listening to this if you are trying to get some work done - a complete distraction!
{#Dancingbanana}
I love this band.....I know them since 9 years ago, and I've watched'em on live several times....Outstanding!
Terriffic bass line bopping along with this one!
 ottojschlosser wrote:
This is a riff on a traditional tune called The Flowers of Red Hill. Lots of fun. I just got the title, too - hah!

 

This is a riff on a traditional tune called The Flowers of Red Hill. Lots of fun. I just got the title, too - hah!
I like a little celtic now and then.
 willrobinson wrote:

Released in 1991:

kmc

 
I think that was just the title of Kirsty's album - which was a play on the title of the similarly-named, Jimi Hendrix album.  I don't believe there is a Kirsty MacColl song with this title.
Long Train' Runnin'...by Doobies. That's all I hear as accompaniment.
This kind of music always helps my typing! Fingers just dance and hop over the keys.... wha-hey!
 oldsaxon wrote:

The Valleys agree...well this valley...OK this cottage in this valley
 
Yea, this one, too
 willrobinson wrote:

Released in 1991:

 
I also thought of this.
Definitely feeling Afrocelts in here - the fiddle + irish flute over a percussion line is pretty much their bread and butter.  Not bad, I'll dig up some more from them.
 fredriley wrote:

Interesting. My immediate thought on hearing this was that it was another Scottish fusion band, of which there are so many in the current musical renaissance in Scotland (Afro-Celt's already been mentioned, also Shooglenifty, Peatbog Faeries, and many many others). However, this predates the renaissance and must have been way ahead of its time. Love at first hearing - a fine mèlange of influences, and just sooo RP. 8 from the Albaphile Nottingham jury.
 
The Valleys agree...well this valley...OK this cottage in this valley
Really like the uniqueness! Long Train Runnin'....Doobies bass line.
 willrobinson wrote:

Released in 1991:

 
Interesting. My immediate thought on hearing this was that it was another Scottish fusion band, of which there are so many in the current musical renaissance in Scotland (Afro-Celt's already been mentioned, also Shooglenifty, Peatbog Faeries, and many many others). However, this predates the renaissance and must have been way ahead of its time. Love at first hearing - a fine mèlange of influences, and just sooo RP. 8 from the Albaphile Nottingham jury.

Released in 1991:


Wow! First listen and I think this is excellent. Kinda cheeky song title, too!
This is from a 'Best Of' album? Who knew? Thanks to whomever uploaded this gem, and to RP for the platform you provide!

OOOH yes!!!!!
Superb sound quality! *on this end>!
 mandolin wrote:
...kind of afroceltesque...
 
Thought ACSS too.  Had to Shazam it.
 
Can't say no to tiddly tiddly fiddly diddly
Different and interesting.. I like it!
...kind of afroceltesque...
A new name to me, will pursue........in a non-stalking way.