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Artkansas 11-20-13 10:47 AM

The Beach Boys - Good Vibrations, video of the recording session


bikeguyinvenice 11-20-13 02:49 PM

^^ one of my favorite Beach Boys songs

trsidn 11-20-13 04:01 PM


mrodgers 11-20-13 07:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trsidn (Post 16263603)
Echoes Live at Pompeii

You beat me too it. But I'll see you're Echoes and raise you 29 years later with David playing SOYCD acoustically.

I am a MAJOR David Gilmour fan. You probably won't find a bigger Gilmour fan than me. I noodle around on the guitar and pretty much only play Gilmour stuff. I had dreams of when my daughter wanted to play saxophone of us playing this together...


Michigander 11-20-13 07:33 PM


Michigander 11-20-13 07:55 PM


Zinger 11-21-13 03:02 AM


The longer version of the live "Orange County Lumber Truck" that wasn't complete on the originally released 1969 album. That one edited out Zappa's guitar and some of the wild brass-work.....So here 'tis complete.

Artkansas 11-22-13 11:24 AM

Javanese gamelan

no motor? 11-22-13 12:13 PM

Raymond Scott, the right composer for the wackiness of the cartoons.

no motor? 11-22-13 12:16 PM

Fats Navarro, with more music from the future.

Zinger 11-25-13 02:47 AM

^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Like the Fats Navarro


Zinger 11-25-13 06:24 AM


He plays this a little different each time as does his sax player Paul Desmond.
One of many versions out on the tube.

ModoVincere 11-25-13 08:18 AM


bikeguyinvenice 11-25-13 04:27 PM

One from when I was a young lad, my dad used to listen to this old school country


overthehillmedi 11-25-13 06:02 PM

Four of the best blues artists ever. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgA5SrkiERU

rm -rf 11-25-13 07:41 PM

Thelonious Sphere Monk
From wikipedia:
His compositions and improvisations are full of dissonant harmonies and angular melodic twists, and are consistent with Monk's unorthodox approach to the piano, which combined a highly percussive attack with abrupt, dramatic use of silences and hesitations.

Round Midnight


Zinger 11-26-13 02:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by overthehillmedi (Post 16277897)
Four of the best blues artists ever. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgA5SrkiERU

Elegant

bikeguyinvenice 11-26-13 07:14 AM

Just heard this one in the background of Fox News


ModoVincere 11-26-13 07:40 AM


trackhub 11-26-13 09:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Michigander (Post 16264247)

Love that piece of music! Ever notice that there are no Swiss Sopranos? Just wondering....

Zinger 11-28-13 02:39 AM


Have a good thanksgiving

overthehillmedi 11-29-13 04:48 PM

Hallelujah by four Norwegian singers.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwxsnRbz4NY
and Hallelujah by k.d.lang 2010 Olympics Final.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvD6l1QSaRQ
But nobody does it as well as this man.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrLk4vdY28Q

skidder 11-30-13 07:46 PM

the classic 'Tear it Up' by the Burnettte Trio.


Homebrew01 11-30-13 08:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Artkansas (Post 16246666)
Is there a specific century? If not, let me present music by Hildegard Von Bingen. She was a 12th Century composer, scientist, rabble rowser, abbess and saint.

One of my Pandora stations is called Hildegard Von Bingen

Not bad for a 9 year old:

overthehillmedi 12-02-13 09:29 PM

Maria Callas, In honour of her 90th birthday. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5cF5GGqVWo


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