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Re: Music

Postby 12ersRule » Thu Sep 26, 2013 12:50 pm




And if ska isn't your thing, here's an acoustic version of the same tune:


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Postby metalmountain » Thu Sep 26, 2013 2:50 pm

New Carcass!!!!! Everything else must bow down to its awesomeness.

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Re: Music

Postby Dancesatmoonrise » Thu Sep 26, 2013 8:07 pm

bergsteigen wrote:Fanfare for the Common Man has me wishing I could play brass instruments, and not just woodwinds...

Brass is badass! Arranging for funk, blues, hot jazz... what a blast! There's so much you can do with a horn section.

bergsteigen wrote:I like the concerts we have when the theme is Big Band, Jazz or Celtic.

OK, now you're really talking my language. You realize, of course, that we've already been ostracized for such heresy... So may as well carry on. : )

Gil Evans. Especially his big band arrangements with Miles. Give a listen. He has some really unique ways of voicing - and his use of "non-standard" instruments in jazz adds interesting color.

Louis Bellson also has some great great big band stuff. Really powerful.


So cool to learn about your love for music! Speaking of which, I'm headed over to my climbing partner's tonight - to play music! \:D/

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Postby bergsteigen » Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:22 pm

Dancesatmoonrise wrote:OK, now you're really talking my language. You realize, of course, that we've already been ostracized for such heresy... So may as well carry on. : )

Gil Evans. Especially his big band arrangements with Miles. Give a listen. He has some really unique ways of voicing - and his use of "non-standard" instruments in jazz adds interesting color.

Louis Bellson also has some great great big band stuff. Really powerful.

So cool to learn about your love for music! Speaking of which, I'm headed over to my climbing partner's tonight - to play music! \:D/


Without musicians, there wouldn't be any music...

What I prefer to perform/play doesn't always correspond to what I like to listen to or see performed live. And performing popular music is not typically challenging or very interesting. We did an arrangement of Beatles songs recently, and while a lot of fun, was kinda meh. Even got to "sing" the chorus of Hey Jude. An ex in college taught me to play guitar one evening on spring break. By the end of the night, I could play Today by Smashing Pumpkins. It used to be my favorite song when I was in HS (for multiple reasons I won't go into), but it didn't make me want to pursue guitar.

Now if I had a voice, I'd be all over this:


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Re: Music

Postby MonGoose » Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:43 am

Possibly my favorite song of all time.


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Postby 12ersRule » Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:52 am

MonGoose wrote:Possibly my favorite song of all time.


Yes, that is a fantastic song!

Another fave from them:


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Re: Music

Postby 13ers » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:21 am

I chuckle everytime I see this. \:D/

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Re: Music

Postby mkrier » Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:53 pm

MonGoose wrote:Possibly my favorite song of all time.


Their live studio version of Brothers on a Hotel Bed is pretty good as well.


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Re: Music

Postby SilverLynx » Thu Oct 17, 2013 10:03 am





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Re: Music

Postby dehrlich101 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:15 pm

A new song I just heard the other day.. Pretty damn good

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Re: Music

Postby highpilgrim » Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:43 am

I'm sorry to see he's gone walking on the other side.

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Re: Music

Postby highpilgrim » Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:00 pm

One more for Lou. Covered by the Junkies.

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