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Re: Music

Postby Guitarzan » Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:32 am

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Re: Music

Postby Dancesatmoonrise » Tue Mar 12, 2013 4:51 pm

I liked that Joss Stone vid. Very cool. Brought me back to some sessions with a female vocalist last Spring...

Here's a Joss Stone I kind of like...




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Re: Music

Postby Guitarzan » Tue Mar 12, 2013 5:51 pm

Yeah..........I really liked it because it was a very real moment between two musicians. The song isn't quite complete but the passion is there and you can feel it. Moments like that are what really make me love music.

I like the Joss and Jeff video too..........of course I like anything Joss does. She is a very underated talent in my opinion.

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Re: Music

Postby Floyd » Wed Mar 13, 2013 10:50 am

"Athletes express themselves physically, this is their art. As an athlete, exhausting oneself on the field or or on the track or on the trail or on the mountain brings calm and satisfaction. Thrashing about… our expression." - Steve Gleason

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Postby Steve Climber » Wed Mar 13, 2013 11:10 am

Don't know if anyone has seen or posted on this yet, but this is a cool local project at Daily Camera. 2nd Story Garage. A buddy of mine is the sound geek that puts it all together. Some cool acts showcased in a raw recording environment. Worth a peak (sorry, couldn't resist low hanging pun fruit)

http://secondstorygarage.com/

http://newhive.com/aimeemay/second-story-garage?q=%23Featured
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Re: Music

Postby bonehead » Sun Mar 17, 2013 5:26 pm

Anyone else listen to San Patricio today
by The Chieftains with Ry Cooder.
Enjoying a Guinness with a crock pot full of corned brisket.??
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Re: Music

Postby Dancesatmoonrise » Sun Mar 17, 2013 7:05 pm

OK, I admit this is "out there" if you've never heard Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Lady. Or even if you have.

But hopefully, a few will be riveted to the seat as I was when I first heard this performance tonight.

Toots Thielmans is generally regarded as the world's greatest jazz harp player (you can see why) and ... what can I say about Jaco? The world lost an incredible talent when Jaco left us far too early in his career.

Anyway... hope you enjoy it.





PS - incredible musical connection between the two during this performance, well-captured by the videographer.

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Re: Music

Postby Dancesatmoonrise » Sun Mar 17, 2013 7:15 pm

And just one more from Joss. Sorry, couldn't help it.

Another version of the Temptations spiritual, People Get Ready. This woman so kicks ass.



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Re: Music

Postby Dancesatmoonrise » Thu Mar 21, 2013 7:22 pm

Still one of my huge favorites... an incredible bolero of massive proportion, southwestern US elements, Spanish influence, Italian composition, timeless.
I hear it whenever slogging solo along a barren, snow-covered alpine plain in winter, peaks in the distance, sun setting, making way for the car, many miles below... the ecstasy of the alpine gold we seek.

Isn't it interesting how Sergio Leone has chosen to put the elements of vast riches, desire, adventure, and the symbolism of death into one scene, all tied together by Ennio Moricone's classic, The Ecstasy of Gold. How appropos to our passion as mountaineers...






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Re: Music

Postby MountainHiker » Thu Mar 21, 2013 7:57 pm

Great Big Sea - Saturday Night - Boulder Theater
One ticket $40.75 Row three - center section

MountainHikerette & I are going with 2 friends.
Another friend had to cancel.

These are tickets I’ll be picking up at will-call before the show.
PM if interested.

Click "Listen Here" to hear some of their songs.
http://www.greatbigsea.com/

This is a slower number. Most of their show is an aerobic event!
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Re: Music

Postby Kiefer » Sat Mar 23, 2013 3:42 pm

This video ALWAYS puts a smile on my face. Can't understand a frickin thing they're saying
but the video is a masterpiece!
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Re: Music

Postby tommyboy360 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 4:33 am

The BEST new song I've heard so far in 2013. The lyric rips me apart.

Beautiful emptiness surrounds me. I take small steps. I'm making progress in a non-specific way.
Here I am king. I decide everything. I let no-one in. No-one.
Limited consciousness preserves me. It protects me. And just connects enough to keep the walls at bay.
My little universe is expanding slowly and those who know me say I’m growing every day.
Here I am king. I decide everything. I let no-one in. No-one
“It only ends once. Anything that happens before that is just progress.”

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