Discussion in 'What's on your playlist right now?' started by synthpunk, Dec 15, 2016.
"The Sheep Song" (The Dresden dolls). 2008 Label: Roadrunner
tons of Taylor Swift. I have a car and a ten year old daughter.
So beautiful. Rest in peace Jóhann.
Dedicated to Johann Johannsson RIP
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Unreal and unbelievable.
One of my fav concert experiences from the 70's. I remember a sense of levitation shortly into the performance.
Another melancholy day thinking of Johann.
A break in the afternoon-
Listening to lots and lots of trailer tracks...
Am I the only one that's awed by Beethoven's ability of orchestration?
I find trolling as distasteful as using pirated software. It is very easy to start a classical thread here and talk intelligently about it with others.
Currently listening to this orchestral version of Brian Eno's An Ending (Ascent), stunningly beautiful.
Have you heard the 2 cd release : Remember Shakti,it's amazing!
Also I recently got into 2 John Mclaughlin Trio cds,he's playing Acoustic Guitar with 2 different electric bass players(mostly Kai Eckhardt)and the amazing phenomenon we will call a percussionist Trilok Gurtu(talented genius beyond compare!)who also happened to play in Tabla Beat Science with Zakir Hussain
He doesn't play Bass Drum with a foot!
Live at Festival Hall and Que Alegria both beautiful but not Shakti at all,fusion with acoustic guitar and percussion w/ some indian flavor.
Again it's not Shakti but it's really interesting!
if you go on youtube there's a live performance 1 hour +
Trilok Gurtu is playing with so much insanely creative abandon Mclaughlin starts laughing and has to wipe tears from his eyes as they are playing! lol
this is it:
There is also an amazing video on youtube of a duo of Joe Zawinul w/ Trilok Gurtu,it's a shame they never released a cd.
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