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Old 12-24-2016, 05:48 AM
jtur88 jtur88 is offline
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Way too broad a question, It could be a tuba being rolled down a fire escape. Or it could be the whole repertoire of Paulo Conte.

In the 1950's, Stan Kenton's "City of Glass" was as odd as it could get, but to listen to it today, it would sound ordinary but dated. I'm old enough to remember Spike Jones who played music on any junkyard object that had resonance, and was popular and made a good living at it.

There are so many directions "odd" can go, I could easily submit immediately a dozen songs from my playlist. There are countries in the world whose entire domestic music industry turns out nothing but what would seem odd to the ears of the Sony tyranny forced upon the western listener. Like this, from Ethiopia:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3v2e...4046A4B9425E66