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  1. Zombie


    I love jazz. Big band, jazz piano, 1950s Miles Davis - there are all kinds of jazz. I don't like everything - some leaves me cold - and I can't even define what jazz is. I just know what I love when I hear it. Here's my all-time favourite big band number, Begin The Beguine, composed by one of America's greatest composers, Cole Porter, on an ocean liner in 1935, and played by the greatest American big band leader, Artie Shaw, in his best-selling big band arrangement of 1938 - IMHO the greatest version ever of this piece So what's your favourite jazz number and performance? Share a Youtube link
  2. I was driving on the way to our most remote site, and this melody/lyrics began to play in my brain. So I pulled off, recorded it, then continued on my way. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kzx9g8bKyTRl4pzA_OC42FGXN42vo5-n I’ll decide later if it’s worth trying to flesh out into a complete song. Maybe ask my buddy who does Folk singing for a living what he thinks. Till then, is the melody familiar to anybody? It’d suck to think it’s mine when it’s not.
  3. Everybody knows Simple Minds for their big single, "Don't You Forget About Me" from the Breakfast Club, but did you know they had another hit single and were not actually one-hit wonders? Yup, they had a tune released in the fall of 1985 and it was a hit- not as big as their signature tune, but still successful. It's been largely forgotten, but I heard this tune many years ago on a show called Glory Daze, which was set in 1986 and followed guys pledging a frat. I heard a snippet on the show, but had no clue what the name of it was or who played it. It wasn't until like recently that I heard it played on the radio, and the announcer said it was a tune by the Simple Minds. Color me shocked, because again, I was under the impression they were a 1985 one-hit wonder. Anyway, check it out: I think it's a lovely tune...it's not as soaring as their big hit, but it has its own charms. Kind of a shame it seems like nobody remembers it and it's completely overshadowed by "Don't You Forget About Me". Were any of you guys familiar with this forgotten oldie?
  4. I have a bunch of CDs and I had to get them organized, so I'll know what I have and where they are. I'm working on my vinyl collection too but, it's a lot more work. I'm taking them out, cleaning them covering the outside in plastic and replacing the liners that need it with an after-market product. I wanted to have this list in a few different places. Anyway, gaze upon my works and despair. Yes- there are duplications (trade bait). Location is where they are. After getting this actually done I'm shocked and am ripping a lot of old stuff that's new again. This is just the CDs. What till you get a load of my vinyl. Group Album Med Loc Genre Velvet Revolver Contraband CD CD2 R Heart Greatest Hits CD CD2 R King Crimson Court of the Crimson King CD CD2 R Oasis What's the Story CD CD2 R Jeff Beck & the Yardbird The Yardbird Years CD CD2 R Guns & Roses Appettite for Destruction CD CD2 R Meatloaf Bat Out of Hell CD CD2 R Green Day American Idiot CD CD2 R Steve Miller Band Greatest Hits 1974-78 CD CD2 R Uriah Heep Celebration CD CD2 R Black Sabbath Greatest Hits 70-78 CD CD2 R Yes 90125 CD CD2 R Yes Drama CD CD2 R Alan Parsons I Robot CD CD2 R Pearl Jam ten CD CD2 R Blind Faith Blind Faith CD CD2 R The Black Crowes Shake Your Money Maker CD CD2 R The Police Synchronicity CD CD2 R Queen News of the World CD CD2 R the B-52's Nude on the Moon CD CD2 R Steely Dan Can't Buy a Thrill CD CD2 R Supertramp Crime of the Century CD CD2 R Cheap Trick Authorized Greatest Hits CD CD2 R ELP Works Vol. 1 CD CD2 R ELP Works Vol. 2 CD CD2 R Who Who's Next CD CD1 R Joan Jet & the Blackhearts Greatest Hits CD CD1 R ZZ Top Greatest Hits CD CD1 R Black Sabbath Paranoid CD CD1 R Gordon Lightfoot An Introduction to CD CD1 R Rick Wakeman Myths & Legends of King Arthur CD CD1 R Metallica Kill 'em all CD CD1 R Van Halen van Halen CD CD1 R Jeff Beck Jeff Beck & the Jan Hammer Group CD CD1 R Black Sabbath Paranoid CD CD1 R Alan Parsons Turn of a Friendly Card CD CD1 R Kansas Point of No Return CD CD1 R Metallica Ride the Lightning CD CD1 R Steely Dan A Decade of CD CD1 R The Cars The Cars CD CD1 R The Cars Candy-O CD CD1 R Alan Parsons Instrumentals CD CD1 R Al Sreward Greatest Hits CD CD1 R Staind 1996-2006 CD CD1 R Flogging Molly Swagger CD CD1 R Men at Work Contraban CD CD1 R Toto The Essential CD CD1 R various artists Top Gun CD CD1 R Jeff Wayne War of the Worlds CD CD1 R The Police Synchronicity CD CD1 R Cult High Octane CD CD1 R Yes Yessongs CD CD1 R Tom Petty Greatest Hits CD CD1 R Glenn Frey No Fun Aloud CD CD1 R Glem Frey Solo Collection CD CD1 R ELO Very Best of CD CD1 R Patsy Cline Definitive Collection CD CD3 C Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists CD CD3 R Hank Williams 20 of Hank Willians Freatest Hits CD CD3 C John Cougar American Fool CD CD3 R Grateful Dead Very Best of CD CD3 R Lynyrd Skynyrd Extended Versions CD CD3 R CCR Chronicle CD CD3 R Joe Satrini Surfing With The Alien CD CD3 R Blondie 10 Great Songs CD CD3 R Rush Permament Waves CD CD3 R Rush Hemispheres CD CD3 R Eagles The Studio Albums 72-79 CD CD3 R REO Speedwagon 81-91 CD CD3 R Styx The Grand Illusion CD CD3 R The Doors Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine CD CD3 R Simon & Garfunkle Greatest Hits CD CD3 R Steely Dan The Definitive Collection CD CD3 R Everclear Best of Everclear 1994-2004 CD CD3 R Beastie Boys Solid Gold Hits CD CD3 R Sheryl Crow Icon CD CD3 R Basement Jaxx the Singles CD CD3 R Type O Negative The Least Worst Of CD CD3 R Yes Tales From Topographic Oceans CD CD3 R Cheap Trick At Budokhan CD CD3 R The Smiths The Smiths CD CD3 R The Goo Goo Dolls Greatest Hits Vol 1 CD CD3 R various artists Heavy Metal Soundtrack CD CD3 R Daryl Hall & John Oats The Essential CD CD3 R Jefferson Airplane The Worst of CD CD3 R AC/DC Back in Black CD CD3 R AC/DC Highway to Hell CD CD3 R John Cougar Scarecrow CD CD3 R John Cougar American Fool CD CD3 R Yes Heaven & Earth CD CD3 R George Thorogood Ten Great Songs CD CD3 R Boston Don't Look Back CD CD3 R Styx Rthe Best of CD CD3 R Jim Croce Favorites CD CD3 R AC/DC For Those About to Rock CD CD3 R Lynyrd Skynyrd The Best of CD CD3 R ELO The Essential CD CD3 R Queen Absolute Greatest CD CD3 R Gerry Rafferty City to City CD CD3 R Link Wray Best of CD CD3 R Little Feat Best of CD CD3 R Jimmy Buffet Changes in Lattitudes CD CD3 R Janis Joplin Superhits CD CD3 R Weezer Six Hits CD CD3 R Cowboy Junkies Collection CD CDA2 R Black Crowes Rick's Picks CD CDA2 R Crossfade Crossfade CD CDA2 R Skid Row Best of CD CDA2 R Blink-182 Greatest Hits CD CDA2 R Good Charlott Good Charlott CD CDA2 R 3 Doors Down the better life CD CDA2 R 3 Doors Down Away From the Sun CD CDA2 R Talking Heads The Best of CD CDA2 R The B-52's Time Capsule CD CDA2 R The Clash The Singles CD CDA2 R Limp Bizkit Greatest Hitz CD CDA2 R Adema Insomniacs Dream CD CDA2 R Adema Planets CD CDA2 R Adema Unstable CD CDA2 R System of a Down System of a Down CD CDA2 R System of a Down Steal This Album CD CDA2 R System of a Down Toxicity CD CDA2 R Pixies Best of CD CDA2 R Ststic-X Beneath, Between and Below CD CDA2 R Static-X X-posed CD CDA2 R Static-X Shadow Zone CD CDA2 R Audioslave Audioslave CD CDA2 R Audioslave Oit of Exile CD CDA2 R Smashing Pumpkins Greatest Hits CD CDA2 R Smashin Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness CD CDA2 R Drownding Pool Drownding Pool CD CDA2 R Type O Negative Least Worst of CD CDA2 R various artists Donnie Darko Soundtrack CD CDA2 R The Smiths The Smiths CD CDA2 R Iton Butterfly In-a-gada-da-vida CD CDA2 R The Who My Generation: Best of CD CDA2 R Elton John Greatest Hits V1 CD CDA2 R Elton John Greatest Hits V2 CD CDA2 R Yes Drama CD CDA2 R Devo 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  5. This is surreal. To hear my little song done by my buddy in his own, folky/country style is so strange. To know that his regular fans hearing it love it is even stranger... Happy Friday... wow.
  6. Henry Purcell 1659 - 1695 Purcell was a 17th century English composer and songwriter who died aged just 36 having lived his entire life in London. He was born in the final year of the English Commonwealth - a turbulent period in British history of bloody civil wars which ended when England became a republic under Oliver Cromwell, after chopping off the king’s head (Charles I). By the following year, 1660, the republican experiment was all over - the English monarchy was restored. During the Commonwealth period, tw musicians and composers were out of a job (no King = no Royal patronage) and cathedral church music But when the Crown was recreated for Charles II (the original Crown Jewels had been broken up, melted down and flogged off by Cromwell) London became Party Central, with musical theatre at the heart of a thriving entertainment business, and the Church could once again embrace music without fear of violent retribution. Which was great news for Purcell. Because by the time he had completed his musical education he was able to make a good living from song writing, musical theatre, Church music and, best of all, have a steady income from Royal Patronage - basically writing music for the Royal Court with no other purpose than praising and celebrating the glorious Monarch. Now you would expect music where the public is spending its own cash to be good quality, but Royal Court patronage was essentially State money so perhaps Purcell needn’t have taken the same Purcell was also a prolific composer of popular music, writing over 100 “pop songs”. But how could he make money from songs when there was no radio, TV or internet? Simple - Purcell published in the various bestselling songbooks, such as Choice Ayres (yes really ) which were regularly updated in new editions by the London-based music publisher, John Playford (who effectively held the monopoly on music publishing throughout England). This is one of those songs written by Purcell around 1680: She Loves And She Confesses Too If you listened carefully you’ll have noticed this song is written above what’s called a “ground bass” or “bass line” that repeats throughout the song. I’ll post more about this and other stuff later.
  7. Syncopation by Anna Zabo My rating: 4 out of 5 stars In music, syncopation is the idea of cross-beats, a rhythm that stands out against whatever else is going on. Yes, it can be a cause of musical conflict or tension, but syncopation is also an important part of the musical whole. Those different, independent beats often enhance whatever else is going on. They add strength. This is where we meet Ray van Zeller and Xavier Damos. Ray's band is going through tricky times. So is Xavier, in a different way. Xave answers an audition call as a drummer for Ray's band and excels. There's no question he's going to be good for Twisted Wishes, but only if he and Ray can get past some joint ancient history. Plus, Xave got burned in his previous post. He swears not to get involved with any of his bandmates this time. Lead singer Ray lacks self-confidence off the stage. Having a musical know-it-all in the form of the band's new drummer doesn't look likely to improve things but beggars can't be choosers. There are concerts to get through. Concerts that have to reach the level their record label expects. The catalyst that finally brings the two men together comes from a surprising direction. Domino/Dominic, guitar, and Mish, bass guitar, make up the rest of the band. A family who look after their own. Both characters star in their own book later in the series. Anna Zabo revels in describing performing, the joy of making music, especially in front of enthusiastic audiences. Their writing also includes drama, kink, rivalries, and unapologetic queerness. I'm a musician. Novels with music at their core are something I enjoy. Syncopation is no exception.
  8. Jeff Beck died Jan. 10th. I can't describe how good he was as a guitarist. He was enormously talented, played for the Yardbirds and, practically, everybody else in rock. He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice - once was a Yardbird and again as a solo artist. Jeff Beck Dies Suddenly of Meningitis (ABC) Here's one of my favorites. If you have a streaming service, do yourself a favor and look for some of his work. I suggest the albums Blow by Blow, Wired or There and Back. His work transcended genres spanning rock, blues and, jazz. He was a great influence on music and was known to often work with promising young artists. I'm going to miss him.
  9. I like songs about relationships, whether it be about friendships, falling in love or breaking up, that are gender-neutral so that they could apply to any pairing of two people. This isn't to say I can't or don't enjoy songs that use pronouns or clearly talk about females, but I wouldn't send that song to a guy and say this is how I feel about you. I'm curious what songs others like that fall into this category. I'll start us out with a few I can think of off the top of my head: Just a Kiss by Lady A I Won't Give Up by Jason Mraz I'm Yours by Jason Mraz Sweetest Perfection by Depeche Mode What Hurts the Most by Rascal Flatts Somebody to Love by Queen
  10. Ok so just a general question for you, when it comes down to writing/reading do you do it listening to anything, or do you need complete silence to get the mental juices flowing? And if you do choose something to listen to while your imagination puts words on paper, what is it that works best for you? To kick off, I'll let you into what I do. If I am researching I like to have silence as I find it easier to store the information I'm taking in. If I am writing, I love to have quiet chill out music, something cool like Enya or similar quietly on in the background. When I'm reading I've always got some kind of music on, tend to love the more chilled out 70's and 80's stuff, the likes of Air Supply, Duran Duran, The Carpenters, Joni Mitchell and other similar kinds of mellow music. So what do you listen to if anything at all?
  11. I used to sing choir in grad school. Alas now... I have youtube to reminscence. Anything arranged by Moses Hogan(RIP you) gets me. And I like the Russian melody, Polyushko Polye in Japanese. The clip's from Boy's Choir, a japanese movie, which I highly recommend the film if you're in the mood for japanese teenage angst. A very touching film about a boy, on cusp of adolescence, losing his golden soprano voice.
  12. Earlier this week me and my friends were able to score tickets for Metallica and Avenged Sevenfold at Metlife stadium, and it got me thinking; whats every bodies favorite concert experience? If it's something crazy great! If it's something you personally found moving or exciting that's just as good! Personally my favorite concert moment was seeing Motley Crue on their final tour with my dad. The gorgeous Tommy Lee had some awesome roller coasteresque track he wound up riding as he played! Including going upside down! It's a moment I doubt I'll ever forget.
  13. We all know most things are geared towards the heterosexual lifestyle. Sometimes songs, movies, etc. can’t fully express our feelings. Not to take away from their own importance. Here’s a Valentines playlist for the LGBTQ in your life. Feel free to add your own. https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/pride/8099653/queer-love-songso
  14. Hey I'm curious, does anyone use some ambiance when writing like music or a specific you-tuber? I personally, quite often have music that fits the mood of what I'm writing, or listen to Fredrik Knudsen.
  15. What are songs that you find inherently sexy or erotic? I don't mean songs about sex (though they can be), it can be a riff that makes you feel a certain way, a voice, anything really. Like this one: There's just something about it. Admittedly, it's probably about sex, but I found it sexy long before I listened properly to the lyrics. I love the riffs, and it features Maynard from Tool, whose voice is amazingly alluring to me. So! Show me yours! EDIT: I guess maybe this is a little too personal for most people to comment on...
  16. Following on the heels of our 'Live-Poets Society' over in the Writer's Corner, I thought we'd do something similar with classical music. The goal of this thread is to share videos on classical music we like. The idea is to introduce our fellow enthusiasts to pieces and composers we may or may not have heard of. Post a link to a video with a few words of introduction; mainly along the lines of who and how the piece interests you personally. Naturally, I encourage feedback on what others post, and suggest we all keep an open mind [[needless to say, the composers do not have to be deceased, lol, but it may help]]
  17. So, does anyone else here (aside from me) write music for entertainment as well as stories? Just wondering, as the muse I mentioned the other day decided to hand me this track on a plate this evening. So, yeah. Post something, if you have got anything. I'm interested to hear what some of the authors here write to go alongside their stories.
  18. Alright people, this came up in discussion the other day at the pub and it got me thinking. I am very proud of not having guilty pleasures. I feel no shame in telling my friends that I love Glee, or that I listen to Nickelback out of choice, or that i think Taylor Swift rocks. These are all things i feel no shame in. But as it turns out, I do have a guilty pleasure that i don't share with my friends (and no, it's not GA) I watch Say Yes to the Dress on Youtube. why, i have no idea, but i have seen every available episode. it is not something i can explain rationally. but there you go, there's my guilty pleasure. Sharing time!
  19. http://www.the90sbutton.com/ Click the button, click again and again and again Musics, lots of random 90s music awesome. if you aren't a fan of 90s music, move on.
  20. A bizarre instrument combining a piano and cello has finally been played to an audience more than 500 years after it was dreamt up Leonardo da Vinci. Da Vinci, the Italian Renaissance genius who painted the Mona Lisa, invented the ‘‘viola organista’’ - which looks like a baby grand piano – but never built it, experts say. The viola organista has now come to life, thanks to a Polish concert pianist with a flair for instrument-making and the patience and passion to interpret da Vinci’s plans. Full of steel strings and spinning wheels, Slawomir Zubrzycki’s creation is a musical and mechanical work of art. ‘‘This instrument has the characteristics of three we know: the harpsichord, the organ and the viola da gamba,’’ Zubrzycki said as he debuted the instrument at the Academy of Music in the southern Polish city of Krakow. The instrument’s exterior is painted in a rich midnight blue, adorned with golden swirls painted on the side. The inside of its lid is a deep raspberry inscribed with a Latin quote in gold leaf by 12th-century German nun, mystic and philosopher, Saint Hildegard. ‘‘Holy prophets and scholars immersed in the sea of arts both human and divine, dreamt up a multitude of instruments to delight the soul,’’ it says. The flat bed of its interior is lined with golden spruce. Sixty-one gleaming steel strings run across it, similar to the inside of a baby grand. Each is connected to the keyboard, complete with smaller black keys for sharp and flat notes. But unlike a piano, it has no hammered dulcimers. Instead, there are four spinning wheels wrapped in horse-tail hair, like violin bows. To turn them, Zubrzycki pumps a pedal below the keyboard connected to a crankshaft. As he tinkles the keys, they press the strings down onto the wheels, emitting rich, sonorous tones reminiscent of a cello, an organ and even an accordion. The effect is a sound that da Vinci dreamt of, but never heard; there are no historical records suggesting he or anyone else of his time built the instrument he designed. A sketch and notes in da Vinci’s characteristic inverted script is found in his Codex Atlanticus, a 12-volume collection of his manuscripts and designs for everything from weaponry to flight. ‘‘I have no idea what Leonardo da Vinci might think of the instrument I’ve made, but I’d hope he’d be pleased,’’ said Zubrzycki, who spend three years and 5000 hours bringing da Vinci’s creation to life.
  21. While I am not a big fan of rap music, I found the clip featuring Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake performing The History of Rap (in four parts all included) to be energetic, funny and totally captivating. These guys know how to have fun together and put on a good show. The clip was featured in a story on nbcnews.com and Today. Here is a link to the story: http://www.today.com/entertainment/forget-sexyback-jimmy-fallon-justin-timberlake-bring-old-school-comedy-2D11774210 Here's a link to the Youtube video:
  22. I was surfing the web and came across this awesome video, if you had the chance would you go to a concert like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aro6w-KDJX4 comment below.
  23. Christmas is on the horizon and I just wanted to start a thread and build a playlist for the upcoming festivities. Post your classic Christmas song below and links up to it on Youtube. I'll go first, Jona Lewie- Stop The Calvary:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hVEdE0O5tA
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