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Try Richard Galliano's album "Luz Negra" - I think you'll enjoy it
Thank you for that. If you have anything else from Argentina that you'd care to share, I would love to hear it.
I'm very sadly lacking in my knowledge of South American music. What little I know has mostly been filtered through Herbie Mann and Dizzy Gillespie.
But once you go beyond a bass player's knowledge of the various dance structures (and the three types of clave ) I'm totally clueless.
What's good from where you are that we should all be listening to?-40hz (December 11, 2008, 11:39 AM)
Wow! This ended up as a very interesting thread (quite predictably, though). Lots of interesting stuff.
And also, a little something from my homeland: Tangow-city_zen (December 10, 2008, 09:30 AM)
[That's a weird one. I've installed Ubuntu alongside WinXP for about thirty people to date, and so far (knock wood) it's behaved perfectly. The WinXP environment worked fine and GRUB reports and boots into either OS without a hitch.8. something...have to check which (only downloaded a week ago so v recent)
Now I'm nervous.
What version of Ubu are you running? And did you install Ubu on a drive with a native Microsoft MBR - or did you modify it previously with some other security utility, boot loader, or manufacturer's formatting tool?-40hz (November 25, 2008, 03:37 PM)
goto the display settings (ati- catalyst control center\ nvidia- nvidia control panel) and goto the color settings, and in the ati panel there is an option to change the saturation, which will make it grayscale if you put it all the way to the left. I can't remember what all is in the nvidia control panel, because when I was using a nvidia card I almost never used the control panel
But I too am curious as to why you want to do this.-nite_monkey (November 20, 2008, 09:41 PM)