... and maybe a sentence or two about why you like it. (Use the NPR link, not the YouTube link if you can.)
My first pick: Ladama:
This set took me totally by surprise and it tore me up. I love Latin music of all kinds and this group of women are from Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil and New York. What soul, what great grooves, what a liberation spirit. Irresistible. I love it. (At 18 mins. it's a bit longer than other concerts.)
Here's one more amazing TD concert.
Jacob Collier. A millennial genius of sound and soul. And voice. And technology.
If you like him, check this out. It's a gas. All voices are his. Dozens of overdubs. Maybe hundreds. And then this cover of Moon River. Amazing. So many voices.
THIS is why I love Tiny Desk.
Here's Gina Chavez. After seeing her Tiny Desk, which I found intoxicatingly wonderful, I went to see her last night in the city. So great She had a trombone along with the trumpet last night. She rocked out a bit, including a fabulous bilingual cover of "I Will Survive."
Here's Sunny War's Tiny Desk. Amazing guitar playing; not a strum in the entire gig.
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