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#2860990 - 06/14/17 04:05 PM 20 yr old track returns as groove of the week
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Dateline 1997: Robyn Carlsson, then a mere 18, & Max Martin whipped up this slab of dance-pop.
I tend to revisit it when I want to recapture my sense of life's richness.

Dig the bass part !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhWEI6-_w9E
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#2861003 - 06/14/17 06:25 PM Re: 20 yr old track returns as groove of the week [Re: d]
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An OK song, and you can't get much more blue-eyed soul than a singer from Sweden, but I prefer these guys from a few years earlier.
And this is much newer, but in a similar vein, and a very different song than I used to hearing Rhiannon Giddens sing
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Guitar solos last 30 seconds, the bass line lasts for the whole song.


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#2861248 - 06/17/17 08:16 AM Re: 20 yr old track returns as groove of the week [Re: Bottom End]
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That update on "Woman O Constant Sorrow"'s cool!
Going in my memory bank.

However I still think that cat in the Robyn vid slung a woozier smoover groove.
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