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Continuing good things, next up Monty Alexander’s Wareika Hill RastaMonk Vibrations

 

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Cloudy Sunday morning, so listening to the above ^ on Tidal. Good to raise the mood.

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Recovering in sick bed today. Digging around in Tidal with Roon. Found this.

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This guy needs a good oral cleaning .... but he sings well.

 

 

 

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st paul is a crazy good performer - I went down a youtube hole the first time I saw the tiny desk performance. 

 

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Django Reinhardt "20 Chansons D´or"

 

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Ólafur Arnalds...  Incredible, very intimate and delicate music

 

 

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Olafur is very good indeed.

If you don't know, you can try his German friend, Nils Frahm (for example album Felt).

To be listened to relatively loud.

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Gilmour appears to be singing the high lead melody during that first slow section -- I didn't know that!  And I didn't know he could sing that high.

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I always assumed that he used some kind of effect to reach that tone ... or maybe it was the drugs.

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Schumann Piano Concerto in A Minor / Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 in E Flat ("Emperor")

Van Cliburn and Fritz Reiner (Chicago Symphony Orchestra)

 

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I was looking for interpretations of "Minor Swing" and found this one.

I hope you enjoy it:

 

 

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Who doesn't like Selmer-Maccaferri?

 

 

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10 hours ago, jose said:

I always assumed that he used some kind of effect to reach that tone ... 


That would make sense, he certainly used some other effects in that scene alone.

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Opeth, In Cauda Venenum—if it was possible for them to turn their back on metal farther than 180 degrees, and embrace prog more, they did.

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6 hours ago, Dusty Chalk said:


That would make sense, he certainly used some other effects in that scene alone.

I like Gilmour´s relaxed style, it's like Clapton; efficiency and emotion with the least effort.

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One of those "free improvisation" things that skilled jazz people do when are bored and don't know what the fook doing with their time. Not sure it's the best for a Saturday morning

Tyshawn Sorey & Marilyn Crispell - The Adornment of Time

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It will lead somewhere at some point... eventually :ph34r:

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12 hours ago, jose said:

The Korgis:

 

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Are these the same one hit wonder Korgis from the 80's who released the "Everybody's got to learn sometime"?

I'm listening to a recent bootleg recording of the

Brad Mehldau Trio
Hyogo Performing Arts Center Kobelco Grand Hall
Nishinomiya, Hyogo pref., Japan
May 30, 2019

No front cover art to show, sorry.

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