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Delgres — Lanme La
Album: Delgres
Avg rating:
7.2

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Total ratings: 1308









Released: 2016
Length: 4:05
Plays (last 30 days): 2
If you don't wanna love
You'll find my heart at the bottom of the sea
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They surely do sound great live


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV9YITOURT4
Never heard of ‘em, LOVE this roadhouse blues sound. Thank you once again RP.
I can write tunes but this one is "Thee Bees Knees"
Liking this a lot!
https://www.delgresmusic.com/
  
         
   
                                                                                                                                                                                           
   
Great to be here!
Funky tuba!
Affiche Concert | Paris, France | 9/11/2018
Wow, great, never heard from this band before. Please play more.
love the tuba . . . more tuba
I went to see this band in Berkeley a few months ago just because I heard their music here. They were great. 
 Misterfixit wrote:

Even mo' bettah would be the bass line using a Double E-flat Contrabass Sarusphone.

 
I thought you were making that up! Fascinating. Learn somethin' new every day...
c.
8 to a 9...this is real gooooood.
 kcar wrote:
Misterfixit: where have you been? Your eclectic mix of wild tales, musical knowledge and fondness for recording technologies has been sorely missed.  

Just checked out that contrabass sarrusophone thinger on YouTube. Whiskey tango and foxtrot. You can have my share...

 
Ditto on both counts.  Reed instruments are not for me.
I'm starting with a 7, but it probably will go higher because every time I hear it, I like it increasingly.
 Misterfixit wrote:

Even mo' bettah would be the bass line using a Double E-flat Contrabass Sarusphone.




 
Titus Burgess starting back in confusion
 
 
 
 
Misterfixit: where have you been? Your eclectic mix of wild tales, musical knowledge and fondness for recording technologies has been sorely missed.
 
Just checked out that contrabass sarrusophone thinger on YouTube. Whiskey tango and foxtrot. You can have my share...
 ntoll wrote:

Tuba led bass lines FTW {#Dancingbanana}

 
Even mo' bettah would be the bass line using a Double E-flat Contrabass Sarusphone.

 
was just thinking the same

Dinges,_the_Dude wrote:
Makes me think of Los Lobos (whom I don't know too well...).

 


 lizardking wrote:

My rating on this track has slowly crept to a 9, where it'll probably stay.  I love hearing a tuba play the bassline of a song (and yes, a Sousaphone is part of the tuba family) and really dig this track!  LONG LOVE RP!!



 
Tuba led bass lines FTW {#Dancingbanana}
enjoyable...

My rating on this track has slowly crept to a 9, where it'll probably stay.  I love hearing a tuba play the bassline of a song (and yes, a Sousaphone is part of the tuba family) and really dig this track!  LONG LOVE RP!!


Makes me think of Los Lobos (whom I don't know too well...).
Thought I heard this one on a movie or tv show, anyone know which one?
 Schmoogsley wrote:
Wow, what a terrible song. UGH! Make it stop. 

 
7.1 average rating, hmm you seem to be in the MINORITY! {#Drunk}
 greiffenstein wrote:
how come there are no full lyrics for this?  
 
We've been waiting for you to contribute them.
how come there are no full lyrics for this?  
Along with a ton of other stuff... Becoming a drudge of groundhog day
This gets played WAY to much for my liking...
 

This gets played WAY to much for my liking...
i like it. i like it a lot.

Si tu ne veux pas aimer Vous trouverez mon coeur au fond de la mer
Wow, what a terrible song. UGH! Make it stop. 
{#Cool}{#Dancingbanana}{#Cool}
Resoundingly Stinky                : P          9                                         
Starts with my iPhone ring tone.
 

I checked out Hazmat Modine. Seriously great band from my town. Thanks for the recommendation.

I'll return the favor: check out Tuba Skinny, a fantastic band from NOLA that uses a lot of tuba too.

 Nix wrote:

Fantastic.

BTW, on the picture several comments below, that is sousaphone (a kind of tuba). If you like that vibe, check out Hazmat Modine.

 


Fantastic.

BTW, on the picture several comments below, that is sousaphone (a kind of tuba). If you like that vibe, check out Hazmat Modine.
8 —> 9
 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

hard to beat a tuba.

did I just say, "hard to beat a tuba"? 

 
you beat a drum ......

you blow a tuba.............

{#Ask} did I just say..............
8
 Andres-7 wrote:
Absolutely amazing. The tuba instead of the bass is pretty brilliant. A big 10.

 
hard to beat a tuba.

did I just say, "hard to beat a tuba"? 
Got a little SRV going on in there.  I like it!
I'm getting a strong ZZ Top sorta vibe from this one.  My rating keeps going up every time I hear it.
The more I listen o them, the better I find them!{#Clap}
No idea about the lyrics, but this sounds to me very much like French creole.  These guys are from Guadeloupe islands.  Quite good! 
Great mesye !  
Absolutely amazing. The tuba instead of the bass is pretty brilliant. A big 10.
Has anyone seen them in concert?
I'm totaly flashed with this - what a excellent atmosphere -  great tuba tuning
Just heard this yesterday evening here, but feel free to play it Every Day! It's fantastic!
 NeilBlanchard wrote:
Wow - this is my first listen to this, and I LIKE it!

Instant 8!

 
Me, too.  This is hot!
vocals soundin like the Nevilles
Wow - this is my first listen to this, and I LIKE it!

Instant 8!
 Huey wrote:
Straight 8 from me. Nice.

 
Not Nice. Paris. {#Wink}

Love, LOVE the tuba instead of the traditional bass guitar.
 FrankDebbieCote wrote:
I've heard guys mumble before but this is like a foreign language!
 
Well, he's not singing in English.  It's probably a Creole language, so it's "foreign" to you and me.
 kingart wrote:
Neville Bros. meets Los Lobos. Pretty hot. 

 
With a little—a wee one—detour into Junior Kimbrough's juke joint.
Bill said these guys are from Guadeloupe and New Orleans by way of Paris. They've got it going on...


orange-crate-type photo of the band
growing on me everyday!{#Bananasplit}
Bill often plays tracks of African guitarists from Niger. This almost sounds like one of them giving a crack at swamp boogie Agadez style.
Neville Bros. meets Los Lobos. Pretty hot. 
 DaidyBoy wrote:
Stinky.  I love it. 9.

 
{#Propeller}

yup
Channeling John Lee Hooker.  
Just goes to show you don't need a lot of musical pyrotechnics to create a great groove. 
Straight 8 from me. Nice.
I've heard guys mumble before but this is like a foreign language!


😀
 
Never heard this but I really really like it - sweet groove.
3 days in a row, why not?
Wow, RP, you've done it again. This is brilliant, who said blues is dead?
Stinky.  I love it. 9.

Time goes by quickly when you get old. It's 2106 already? Minor typo in Album description or I'm 156.

Album: Delgres
Released: 2106
Last play: Jun 5, 2016
Plays in last 30 days: 3


I like this, bluesy&funky&rocking
Album: Delgres 
Released: 2106

A sound and style with glimpses of the bayou, and yet way ahead of their time.