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Youtube find of the week - XXI

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 This voice is nothing but surprisingly amazing. One in a million, if not less. Angelina Jordan - I Put A Spell On You

Youtube find of the week - XX

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Buskers! I LOVE BUSKERS!  First of all - thank you dear Buskers out there! You've given me countless hours of bliss already. And still counting. When having spent ten years of my life in beautiful Wellington, I learned that in very many cases the buskers out there delivered their gig in such excellent quality that you would never assume... literally on the street. And for free (if you must).  There is no greater under-appreciation than for those geniuses out there giving out their art for us. Thanks to all of them - and also to Andreas Geffarth (who might not even be a busker) for sharing your excellent art with us!!  Andreas Geffarth Youtube Channel Großes Tennis - as Germans would say 😁 Andreas Geffarth  "Papa was a Rolling Stone"  

Youtube find of the week - XIX

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I am not in the competence to call someone "talented" but I can state that I have been enjoying to listen to Luca Sestak A LOT. It is mostly very fun and amazing to watch his fingers do their things on the keys.... You can thank me later ;-) Below is my favourite song of Luca. Luca Sestak - Surface

Youtube find of the week - XVIII

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You should take this 30 minutes in peace, and listen to these wonderful guys! They'll be taking you back in the new age 80s and 90s, as well as I can't get no sleep, Tiesto’s Adagio For Strings or the most unexpected thing you can expect on a guitar Bohemian Rhapsody. Phantastic Guitar skills provided - oh yes! The Showhawk Duo at TEDxKlagenfurt Mikhail Asanovic and Jake Wright

GulleMan - Follow me on Twitter

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I completely forgot to let people know that I am on Twitter, too....!  So, for even more stupid and semi-stupid content, follow me here: twitter.com/GulleManMusic or @GulleManMusic Have fun! 😁

Youtube find of the week - SPECIAL - Net Worth

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I stumbled across Ed Bolian within a very different context than "Net Worth". And as successful YouTuber he is being asked this question about his net worth very often.  At last he decided make a video about this.... and  his take on the answer surprised me very much!  He is describing his net worth from a completely different perspective... which I strongly recommend to adopt - as I have meanwhile. It changed my life in so far, that I don't worry about losing money anymore and get to enjoy the freedom I have that is given to me by money. So I hope I could encourage you to watch the video ✊😊  Ed Bolian about Net Worth (link to the video) Link to his YouTube Channel

Youtube find of the week - XVII

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I never used to be a fan of Hubert von Goisern . Yesterday I have overcome this ignorance and paid a visit to his concert.... with now regretting not to have learned about him earlier! Here's just a little slice of what this man is capable of - there's lot's more where this comes from, more flavours, genres and unusual instruments.  Just beautiful! Hubert von Goisern - Dunkelrot

Youtube find of the week - SPECIAL EDITION - Himesh Patel

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Just so you know, I LOVE the Yesterday movie.  This move is IMHO one of the most underrated movies and also, Himesh Patel is a hell of a singer.  This movie even has two songs sung by him that fall in the category make me cry because it is so beautiful , Yesterday and the Long and winding road . Both equally represent Himesh's masterpieces. But the film is full of them, so do yourself a favour and watch it :-) My favourites here. Yesterday The long and winding road

Youtube find of the week - XVI

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This kind of genre is usually not my preference... with THIS exception! The Dead South is simply awesome and fun to listen to. Also, to use a cello as hung-around bass is exceptional and sounds just as great. Big thumbs-up from me. A nice example - In Hell I'll be in good company   (YouTube-Link)

Youtube find of the week - XV

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Without a doubt one of the most beautiful tunes ever. It even has a Upright-Bass lead in it.... Theo Degler's (piano) "Adios"