Re: Do you listen to music in a different language?
I have a couple playlists on my Ipod filled with Latin Jazz, Boogaloo, Bossa Nova, other dance forms but mostly stuff in jazz scales.
There are some trendy reissue labels out there like Numero Group, Light in the Attic, Soundway, or Analog Africa that make a small industry out of re-releasing old records from tiny scenes for the collector nerds. When you put them together its a ton of older weird records that were only getting released in one part or one tiny country. Its all about stuff like Yemeni jazz recorded in Isreal in the seventies:
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