So much music I’d like to show you folks, but I must not post so often in succession, therefore I put them all in one again, but I don't recommend to listen to them right one after the other because they are quite different, and the emotions they may arouse in you may get diluted.
First time ever music made me cry uncontrollably, I must have been in my early or mid-twenties, perhaps around 1981 or so. A friend brought a copy of their first record on an audio cassette and we listened to it with two pairs of headphones. After a while it gave me strong “electric” feelings and internal imagery, like with bio-energetics or other breathing exercises, or like acid, or some other “disciplines”.
And something totally, extremely different, another continent. I do not recommend listening to this directly after the other one. This is from a few years later, melancholic yet positive mood, and you can DANCE to it.
And again something completely different, yet another continent: South America; I listened to Inti-Illimani a lot in the end-70s and early ’80s.
And I MUST post another one by Inti-Illimani:
OK, adding another one. Back to Europe, the British Isles. IIRC I first heard this song when, in one of my former lives, I visited Deep Space 9.
Read about the song: