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I'm just starting to get into maroon 5. I never really listened to them before but after i heard adam levine on the wild horses duet he did with alicia keys and on my favorite song off of Kayne west new CD I got interested. he's got an interesting sound.
I like fiona apple, nelly furtado, shakira(sometimes), I like greenday every now and then.
Thanks for all the interesting responses - and, thanks for responding!!

I've been quite suprised that a few of you really like Kenny G - he doesn't promote his cds or tour here much since the late 80's, so I don't know what he's playing live these days.

The thing I love most about music is that it is both a unique personal, individual expression of creativity (celebration of life or a political statement) AND a universal language.

I like quite a diverse selection of music. I know I couldn't live without music. Usually one of the reasons I travel to a particular place overseas is to hear the music. Smile music
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could you at least READ threads before you post?

what's your freakin point?

the question, one more time...

WHAT WHITE MUSIC/MUSO'S (IF ANY) MAKE YOU MOVE?

gee whiz, why would I ask that question on an African American site? Ummmmmmmm.... maybe coz I am curious.

You want to start a thread that asks "what black muso's get you movin'" then just do it. Hey... it's really easy to do.
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I like Moby too - seen him live a few times and have a few cds.

OK... I guess I should put up some names. I have a large collection of music from a lot of different cultures and music styles from PiL to Torv Gustavsen Trio to Kenny Dorhan and Herbie Hancock.

Here's a few, old and new white bands...
Australia: Nick Cave, Ed Keupper, PNAU, Deepchild, Vince Jones, Cut Copy
NZ: Strawpeople
US: Thievery Corporation, Moby, Pixies, Joe Jackson, Wolf Mother
UK: The Cure, The The, The Au Pairs, Stoned Roses
I have to give you credit on this thread, art_gurl. You specifically asked about white musicians. You did not ask about white music. By asking the question the way you did, it was easy to answer. If you had asked about white music, the question would have been impossible to answer, because there is no such thing as white music (or black music for that matter). You might be suprised at how many people are unclear on this concept.

Props Gurl! appl

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