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Topic: GREAT PLAYERS ... GREAT PERFORMANCES!
Posted By: Jeff
Subject: GREAT PLAYERS ... GREAT PERFORMANCES!
Date Posted: Sep 19 2007 at 10:39am

Hey there everybody! Here's the forum where you can share a video or a story about a great performance that sticks out in your mind ... a favorite that you saw live in person, or on a video, or on television. Share your memorable moments here!... If you can find a YouTube video of your great performance that you can post here, please do so! Enlighten us all. I'd like to see all kinds ... a great instrumental performance, or a band, a singer/songwriter, poet, orator, comedian, opera ... whatever it is!

I decided to kick this off - appropriately enough - by sharing a video of a GREAT PERFORMANCE by a GREAT PLAYER ... playing the National Anthem ... traditionally done prior to the start of some public events.
 
The video is a solo electric bass performance, played by http://www.myspace.com/jeffberlin - Jeff Berlin , an amazing musician who has done some of the most startling things on a Fender bass since Jaco Pastorius.

Ladies and Gentlemen ... our National Anthem ...
 
 
 


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 19 2007 at 6:11pm
Jeff!!!

This is a

S T U N N I N G   P E R F O R M A N C E !!!




Oh to be able to play like this
Jeff Berlin is fantastic...


Jeff, Thank You for posting this one!
Smiles,
Geno

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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 7:08am
Jeff,
...and now I can't stop watching this one too...



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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 8:15am
Geno!...
 
Yeah ... Jeff is a monster player! Glad you're enjoying his stuff! You should hit his MySpace page and say hello... the link there is in my first post, above.
 
 I was first introduced to Jeff's work through the FANTASTIC "Bruford" albums that were released back in 1978, 79, and 80 ... (Allan Holdsworth/guitar and later John Clarke/guitar, Dave Stewart/keys, Jeff Berlin/Bass, and Bill Bruford/drums) Talk about a scary band ...
 
 
The music on these LPs/CDs is incredible. Jeff's playing was unbelievably strong and melodic and it really caught my ear. The list of people he's played with reads like a who's who.


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 1:26pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrav_MSMjNs"> One of my favorite clips
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 1:45pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIqfDHP0D5s&mode=related&search="> Marcus Miller- "Power"
Jazz funk to the max !!!
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 1:52pm
HA HA HA!... Yeah!
 
Cool, Toad!  Thanks for these! (All the bass loving freaks are showing their colors ...)
 
1975 - 1976 were unbelievable years for fusion! In 1975 I saw Return To Forever play before an audience of about 500 people ... they were touring "Romantic Warrior"... WOW! Fireworks!

And in '76 - among other great concerts I'll mention here at another time - I got to see Stanley tour his album "School Days" - the title of the song on your video. Thanks for sharing that!!! Great stuff from three of the premier bass players out there.
 
Marcus Miller got the funk. For sure.
 
Keep it coming folks!... I want to see more great performances!!!!!!!!
 
 


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Jeff


Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 2:10pm
OMG!!! Check out this guy. . .

Bill Clements. . . playing bass with 1 hand. . . Unreal!!!


Mixey


Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 2:22pm
Okay, I know I've posted this elsewhere - but some folks may not have seen this yet, and they should see it. It DOES meet the requirement of this forum for being a great performance by a great player...
 
David Sancious is a pioneering jazz fusion artist and remains one of the most highly sought-after musicians on the scene today. There're good reasons why he has backed world tours and albums for Sting, Peter Gabriel, Seal, Santana, and too many others to mention here ... obvious reasons why his signature keyboard work elevated Bruce Springsteen's early albums to another level ... why his solo albums with his ensemble "Tone" are high water marks of Jazz Fusion. These reasons should become evident when you watch this video.
 
(Footnote: I am proud AND GRATEFUL to have had Gene Leone mix this live concert, and very proud to have manned one of the cameras, and directed and produced this video on December 2, 2005. Thanks Geno and The "D Street Crew!")
 
 
  


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Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 2:25pm
That's for sure Jeff. David's phenomenal; and I love that DVD!!!!

Mixey


Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 2:26pm
Holy Cow, Mixey ...
 
Bill Clements has my respect. Makes my hand tired just watching that.


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 2:33pm
Oh, by the way Mixey ...

Those Bruford albums I referenced above ... on the first Bruford album - "Feels Good To Me" - Annette Peacock is a featured vocalist!

And Annette does her very special thing ... AMAZINGLY evocative performances on that album. You would love it ... I bought a CD copy not too long ago; it should still be available!


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 2:56pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bG8wEzl2qCk">  A guy on you tube playing one of my
most loved tunes "Freedom Jazz Dance" - Eddie Harris
He does a pretty good job on a tough tune...nice improv by this guy.
toad


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Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 3:04pm
I know Jeff...

I looked for her on the video, and she was cut out... I have that album. It's excellent!!!! Thanks.

Annette just wrote me saying she met David Sancious & his lovely wife at some parties in Woodstock.

Annette was responsible for hooking up Mike Garson, who was a Jazz pianist and working with her at the time, with David Bowie... and it turned into a 30 year collaboration.

Here's Mike Garson doing his "NOW Music" improv & then Willem Tanke doing his interpretation of a bird song by Oliver Messiaen (check out the hand roll technique!!!) Then Mike & Willem doing an improv duo. It was recorded in Amsterdam a short time ago.


Mixey


Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 3:22pm
This is the Bill Bruford video of which I was speaking, Jeff. Look at the lineup on this. . . 1979... Jeff Berlin in front. Pretty cool stuff, but Annette was on it too and not shown in the video:


Interesting keyboard work on that post Toad.

Mixey



Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 20 2007 at 11:40pm
Great Posts, Toad and Mixey!
 
Toad, that was another cool piece. I really liked the song. I wanted to see another camera shot or two after a while, but what the hey... a very funky number! I'm catchin' on to you....
 
Mixey, two great posts. I have seen those Bruford video clips and I never thought they'd show up here so soon! I love ya. It's probably the best video (of what little is out there) of that band, from that time. You're right, I haven't seen any of the songs she sang on in that video program ... wonder what's up with that? Maybe she was not there in the country when this gig occurred.
 
The Garson & Tanke thing ... LOL  Garson's piano kicks ass! And Tanke's bit was interesting; the hand roll!.. (are those notes written??  lol) I have to be honest with you... his first solo piece reminded me of the  random bangings I would do as a very young boy at my mother's piano before I'd had any lessons. I would sit there and just form my own goofy "chords"... some things that hit were interesting and others were horrible ... but I used to love to do that at 5 and 6 years old.
 
Great stuff ... keep it coming folks... let's see some more ...
 
 


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 21 2007 at 12:04am
One amazing musician who is sadly no longer with us is Michael Hedges.

Hedges turned the lexicon of acoustic guitar on it's head in the early 80s with his startling approach to acoustic guitar, creating rhythm lines with the left hand via hammer-ons and pull-offs, and melodies and accents with the right hand with all manner of slaps, slides, plucks, tweaks, and you name it. Often imitated but never duplicated - his albums for Windham Hill and his solo releases pushed the confines of what could be done on guitar waaaayy out there.
 
I saw Michael play live many times and I miss those shows ... such a treat. Hedges was a fearless, humorous, and innovative performer. Most of the YouTube video that exists is of sketchy quality but I wanted to share one of my favorite compositions of his: "Aerial Boundaries"...
 
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 21 2007 at 2:09am
WOW !! Michael Hedges is really something. That's some technique!!! Beautiful!!!

Jeff. . .

Listen to Willem Tanke's performance with you eyes closed. . . and tell me if you feel any different about it.

Mixey


Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 21 2007 at 5:25am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuVLbsE9ims"> The Master Dizzy Gillespie..[UNREAL]
with David Sanborn and Marcus Miller.
Dizzy was THE BEST
 
Jeff,
Michael Hedges clip was very cool.
The neck of his ax was on fire !
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 21 2007 at 1:17pm


Jeff,
Toad,
M I X E Y
and
EVERYBODY
...
Wow!!!

T H I S
I S
A
F R E E K I N'
A W E S O M E
T H R E A D !!!

~I Loves Youse Guys!~
~BigSmiles,~
Geno

((((p.s... damn,,, this really kicks ass, big time!
more, more, more! and I'll be adding too, as soon as I can come up for air! *lol*... ok, I'm back to endless Mastering)))




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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 4:11am
Notes from the foot-in-mouth dept:
 
Mixey, I think you think I didn't care for Tanke's piano piece or thought it wasn't any good. I did like it, and in a special way ... What I was trying to say was that it really did remind me of the structure of my early noodlings. The way they sounded melodically. It was eerie how it reminded me of me; I'm not kidding. Obviously my playing was all over the lot as a young kid just prior to starting lessons, but the things I used to do were oddly coherent ... my Mom used to tell me that she was mystified at how I was able to create sounds and progressions that had logical structure, even though I had no idea what the hell I was doing. (I was just imitating Mom at the keyboard - make-believe!)

I can see how my description appears to denigrate Tanke's playing but I didn't mean it in that way at ALL ... it was a little startling to hear his music because it immediately conjured all those early memories. You would have had to be standing over my shoulder back in 1963 when as a first grader I was goofing around on piano to see what I'm on about, but no matter.
 
 


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 6:38am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqwmDNPegnM"> Freddie Hubbard,Herbie Hancock,Joe Henderson,and
Tony Williams.  Great trumpet players must be spot on. The instrument
is so "In your Face" there is not much room for error. Freddie Cooks !
Great improv from great players is a total learning expirience.
Hope you like it.
toad


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 7:00am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vFKLML-TN8"> "Stolen Moments" - Oliver Nelson-Tenor sax..
Eric Dolphy-Alto sax & flute..Freddie Hubbard-Trumpet..George Barrow-
Bari sax, with Bill Evans on piano. Close your eyes and listen. This tune
will transport you to another place...
enjoy !
toad


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 7:18am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TDFtSx32y0"> "Senor Blues" 1959 Horace Silver
Sounds like it was recorded yesterday. I can't believe that I was only
15 years old when this concert took place.
Horace is one of the true greats....WOW !!!!
toad


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 8:06am
Jeff here's another one...

This is cool...

Michael Hedges - "Because It's There"

on "Harp Guitar"



(Toad we need to make one of these! *lol*)

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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 8:28am
And I have to add this one...

note same piano, same room in Amsterdam...
one of my personal all time favorite artists...
(i've been working on an entire thread to Gino Vanelli... soon!)

Gino Vannelli
-
Michiel Borstlap and Gino Vannelli "Brother to Brother"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIc9Tc4GwU4
and...
Gino Vanelli "Brother to brother" with Mark Craney

and...
Gino Vannelli "Brother to Brother" Metropole Orchestra

Northsea Jazz Festival with the Metropole Orchestra conducted by Dick Bakker
and...
back from "Brother to Brother Tour" that really got things going


Ah yes, back in the late 70's... back when record labels, venues, and record stores
all occasionally helped to nurture great performances from great artists!


I saw this tour concert live, and it was fantasticl






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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 10:18am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmUeZkr9H4k"> Charlie Hunter- Eight string guitar playing the Guitar
and bass lines at the same time~ far out , man !
toad


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 10:24am
Toad and Geno!... Excellent posts.
 
Toad, you put up some great jazz. You can keep that stuff coming until the end of time, as far as I'm concerned.

(I hope we don't wig out folks who don't like jazz and get them thinking this is only a jazz/fusion/progressive thread ... it's not!)
 
Gene, I'm looking forward to that Vannelli thread! We've talked about this and you know I'm a big fan. Thanks for putting these up. His stuff was so good ... and what a kickass band. Those early albums still kill me.
 
There is probably good quality video on DVD out there somewhere of Michael Hedges in performance that you can buy; for those who never got the chance to see him play, I highly recommend finding a legit copy of well produced video. I remember watching - years ago - a Windham Hill "Live" concert from Wolf Trap with Will Ackerman and Michael Hedges ... that one may be available from Windham Hill's website, or from Amazon. I'll have to look.
 
 


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 4:25pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bjqYPH7rAo"> This is due for a re-release....HUH?
Click on the pic
 
toad


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 5:10pm
Toad the one you put up above lead me to this one,
which is cool with the subtitles...
and this video with the subtitles could sort of like double as
"jazz piano for the hearing impaired", possibly? *lol*
or for watching piano performances late at night with the sound off.

Great smooth instructional performance! I like it!








((( note: this killer thread continues on the next page! )))




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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 6:21pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep7uySNpUyw"> Excuse me if I jerk some tears out of you.
click the pic
The best,
toad


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Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 22 2007 at 11:33pm
WOW... I need to catch up over here!!!! 
 
Mixey


Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 1:33am
Moxy Fruvous was a Toronto-based band.
 
They put out several fine albums and had a large cult following. The band broke up a few years ago; the various members continue to do their own thing. 
 
These guys were excellent musicians, GREAT singers, and very clever writers. (Intellectual leanings, maybe ...) and they were absolutely fabulous live in concert. The guys were very interactive with their audience and interspersed their live songs with comedic bits and commentary. They put on a great show, enhanced by great production (lights and sound). When I saw them they were hilarious AND incredible. They had the crowd in their hands all night - something you rarely see. Standing ovations and multiple encores. These guys rated as one of the top 10 best live performances I've yet seen.
 
Their act is captured on a great live CD that shows their considerable talents and I highly recommend this one ... "Live Noise" ...
 
 
Here's a video I found of one of their tunes. The quality of the video copy isn't so hot but you'll get the idea... the song is called "My Baby Loves A Bunch Of Authors"
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 1:55am

Since we've been posting videos that show interesting approaches to guitar playing (AND interesting guitars) this next one is a no-brainer.

Also happens to be performed by my hands-down favorite musician on the planet - Pat Metheny. About time I copped to that. Anyway Pat commissioned luthier Linda Manzer to build "a guitar with as many strings as possible"... the result is The Pikasso Guitar, shown below.
 
 
Pat plays this on the video below. This video is a double-shot - Pat plays a solo piece called "Into The Dream" followed by a PMG number "Have You Heard"...
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euFmx_wtsoo - CLICK HERE TO PLAY THIS VIDEO ON YOU TUBE
 
 


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 2:27am

Another Pat post ... some "World Music" ... an interesting composition from his PHENOMENAL album "Secret Story".

This is called  "Above The Treetops"

 
TOAD!.. Check out the axe Pat plays on this video ... good close-up shot of it near the end ... the "flames" remind me of your gorgeous pieces.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jip0fskuxQ%20 - CLICK HERE TO PLAY THIS VIDEO ON YOU TUBE
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 6:08am
Big Bands ... very much a part of my musical underpinnings. I was a trombone player from 3rd grade through high school. Back in the day I had the good fortune to play in some pretty fine stage bands. There is nothing like the sensation of sitting in the midst of a hard swinging group, blasting through a wild uptempo arrangement ... it's a thrill in the truest sense of the word.
 
In the 1970s legendary trumpeter Maynard Ferguson was in top form and fronting some of the wildest big bands you ever heard. Ferguson was one of the first players to master the "upper register" - playing a seemingly impossible octave above other players. On trumpet this is an absolutely electrifying sound, and it became Ferguson's trademark. Many trumpet players have gone on to notch this skill but in the day Ferguson's performances were unmatched in their range and virtuosity.
 
Ferguson was even capable of the herculean feat of circular breathing - essentially the ability to breathe in and out at the same time (!) enabling a player to hold a note for minutes at a time. I once saw Ferguson do something I've never seen anyone else do - he held a triple high C for approximately 20 seconds at the close of a number ... the crowd went absolutely bananas.
 
THE IMPORTANT THING ABOUT THIS VIDEO IS THE SOUNDTRACK...
 
I found a "tribute" to Ferguson on YouTube. It's a series of still images of Ferguson and some of his albums. The reason I posted this is because it may be the only video on all of YouTube to feature one of my favorite Maynard Ferguson numbers from his MF Horn 2 album from 1972 ... "Give It One". This piece is the perfect snapshot of the turbocharged Ferguson sound. To get the full effect - Put on your headphones, or plug in some good speakers and CRANK IT UP!
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0z3QZVU5X8 - CLICK HERE TO PLAY THIS VIDEO ON YOU TUBE
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 7:36am
CIRCULAR BREATHING ...
 
I mentioned it in the Maynard Ferguson post above. Essentially, this is the ability to exhale, draw in additional air, AND sustain  a note - simultaneously.
 
If you're not familiar with this very difficult technique, watch the video below. It demonstrates what circular breathing can acheive - the ability to create long, unbroken phrases that flow together without the need to pause (stopping the music) to take a breath. It's pretty amazing.
 
(Even if this flutist couldn't do circular breathing, he'd still be a damn good player)
 
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 11:42am

Jeff... Circular Breathing... what an amazing concept!
Cool!!!

Ok, I posted this video in the Smokey Robinson thread,
and this classic little seen video needs to be
in here with "great performances" too,,,

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - Ooh Baby Baby



— Vocals only, TV Track only & then... All Together Mix! —
Showcasing Smokey Robinson and the Miracles' amazing Vocals and
the Funk Brothers on the Backing Track.

How cool!





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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 12:12pm


And one of my all time favorite
Vocal A Cappella Gospel Groups...

The Incredible
— Take 6 —



— Take 6 Holiday Classic—


— Take 6 Live at The Apollo —


With a staggering eighteen Grammy-Award nominations, Take 6 is the most nominated Gospel, Jazz, Pop or R&B artists in Grammy history.





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Posted By: s. p. a. t.
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 1:10pm
WOW



THIS THREAD KICKS ASS!

George


Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 2:02pm
George ...
 
That's the idea!... this is something everybody can relate to.
 
Bring it on, folks!.. what's YOUR favorite great performance?


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 3:55pm
YES!!!
Kick's Ass is Right!

I was just showing some of this thread to Marty,
cranked up thru the studio monitors here,
and it occurred to me that...
this thread is better than TV!

*LOL*
Smiles,
Geno


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 6:01pm


Ladies and Gentlemen...
Al Jarreau


Al Jarreau - "Spain" Live

Al Jarreau, Joe Sample, Freddy Washington, Steve Gadd, etc...

Al Jarreau - We're in this love together -
live in ohne filter extra -Germany 1994
Al Jarreau,Steve Gadd,Neil Larson, etc...




and...
Al Jarreau in little duet with someone else
with an incredible voice
whom I've had the pleasure of recording...
Sheena Easton...— Roof Garden —

and...

and...
AL JARREAU — My Old Friend —
Italy Concert 1980'S
(click frame twice to play from YouTube)

(click frame twice to play from YouTube)
and...
— We’re in this love together —







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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 23 2007 at 11:59pm
Cool posts Geno ... Thought the Smokey Robinson vid was interesting with how they broke out the mix.
 
Al Jarreau ... say no more. The man can sing whatever he wants.
 
Take 6 is awesome!.. woah.
 
Your posts reminded me of one of my favorite songs - "Spain" by Chick Corea.
 
I was moved to share three different takes on this great number ...
 
First, a duet - great video AND performance - by Chick and Hiromi Uehara ...
 
 
Then a version by "THREE GUITARS" ... Paco DeLucia, Al DeMiola, and John McLaughlin ...
 
 
Then an interesting improv by the trio of Chick Corea, John Pattitucci, and Vinnie Colaiuta ... this isn't offered for embedding by the owner so click the link below ... 
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z95pQ7f-iJQ - CLICK TO WATCH VIDEO!
 
 


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Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 6:43am
OMG this thread is intense!

Jeff... thanks for explaining what you meant about Willem Tanke's performance.

He's a very disciplined artist. It's taken him a very long time to perfect his handroll technique, via his "Art of Doing Nothing" discipline. It's his Zen approach to achieving a certain level.

Western ears are sometimes reluctant to appreciate new things. I'm sorry that I misunderstood you.

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=209152976 - "The Art Of Doing Nothing ... Willem Tanke"

He's well known for his organ work, which is indeed spectacular, IMO

~ ~ ~

Toad. . . I love your way of posting videos... very cool!!

The Joni Mitchell video got to me... WOW I just love her!!

~ ~ ~

OK I have to keep watching. I haven't gotten to them all yet.

Mixey


Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 6:48am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C93maSeGXtY"> Click on the pic !
One of the greatest soul/R&B bands of all times....
EARTH,Wind,& FIRE
 
toad


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 7:24am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0d1HilfLxA">
Click on da pic....but first, dig out that krusty ole' hit of acid
that you been savin' since the sixties..Kick back and enjoy
this !!! Nothin' quite like this on the airways now..........
 
toad


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 7:29am



~ Toad, Mixey, George, Jeff!!! ~

Stunning performances!!!!!!!!!!!!

Toad, Ya got me with the Joni Mitchell video! and the jazz video's do sound like they were recorded yesterday! Cool!

Mixey... Mike Garson is incredible behind a grand, and he really takes that piano thru some dark places, very interesting! (Go Mike!) As is Willem Tanke and the rolling hand technique... hey, if it's special tuning on a guitar, a bass or a "prepared piano' detubed and played with blocks of wood (Theo Antineo - remember that from Quad?), it all works if it creates the desired performance and mood.
And the Bill Bruford video is great... and hats off to Bill Clements!!!

Jeff, OMG, Great Performances and interpretations of "Spain" from so many Great Masters of the craft...

I just love the facial interplay, communication and fun with Chick and Hiromi...

and the reserve in the performance with Paco DeLucia, Al DeMiola, and John McLaughlin...

and too funny in the Chick Corea, John Pattitucci, and Vinnie Colaiuta kick ass performance with Vinnie lighting the cig and playing with the ashes falling all over *LOL*! Love it!

As I said above with respect to this thread we all have going here on SoulfulPlanet,... and how good this "feels" that

"...This is better than TV"...
Well, it also occurred to me that
"...this thread is exactly what "MUSIC TELEVISION" should be all about...
GREAT PLAYERS ... GREAT PERFORMANCES!"

And ok, back to great performances...
AND speaking of trio's... here's a stunning performance of just drummers...
GREAT ones...

— Dave Weckl, Vinnie Colaiuta, Steve Gadd —



— Wow!—


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 1:07pm
Geno ...
 
I really like what you said - and I agree totally!

Music television SHOULD be like this. Diverse ... Interesting ... Intriguing ... And FUN.
(And no commercial interruptions!!!  lol)
 
We'll just have to provide the template for the next phase ... who knows ... if this thread keeps growing, maybe this WILL become the preferred alternative for the masses! Think about that ...
 
(Would that work for you, George?)


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 1:16pm
I started a continuation thread of this thread [Part II ]
This thread is gittin' hard to load for some folks...we must remember that.
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 2:17pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcadYJb4gek"> The Good Doctor is in the house !!
Click da pic
 
 toad


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 2:37pm

Ok, Toad!!!

Here's some rare footage... of a relatively new band on the scene
sounding much like a cross some where between "Santana", Rare Earth" and "War"... etc... featuring
Maurice White, Verdine White, Jessica Cleaves, Ronnie Laws, Larry Dunn, Roland Bautista, Ralph Johnson and Phillip Bailey...

— Earth Wind and Fire! 1972 —




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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 3:22pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--QTYd2i8c4">  Da BLUES for YOUSE from the best !!
This thread is smokin' wit good music !~
The masters are doin' it from all points east,west,north and south on
the Soulful Planet Village.


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 4:04pm


Toad!!!

How did You know I's in the mood for some
"Dr. John"
and then
"How Blue Can Ya Get!"

"Now, I got the blues so bad, Ya got my face in a permanent frown"

*lol*

Ya know,
"We don't got no stankin' genre pigeon holes around here...
just
GREAT MUSIC!"


Here's
some
more
great
stuff
from
the
other
side
of
the
pond!
~~~




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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 4:37pm


Here's some great
"music video" performances,
and
"Live" performances
and
"Studio Performances
of a Great Artist,
selling more than 20 million+ records
and
(((FraFra's good buddy, too)))...

— Jamiroquai —

—Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity Music Video —
(click frame twice to play from YouTube)


(click frame twice to play from YouTube) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJmX1z1NY2c - or click here
and Virtual Insanity Live


— Jamiroquai - Runaway —
(click frame twice to play from YouTube)




— Jamiroquai - Space Cowboy Live in Phoenix 1997 —
(click frame twice to play from YouTube)



— Jamiroquai - Space Cowboy —
(click frame twice to play from YouTube)



— Jamiroquai - Seven Days in Sunny June (live) —
(without "the hat!") *lol*
(click frame twice to play from YouTube)



— Jamiroquai - Love Foolosophy — (Studio Session)







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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 5:47pm


Toad, Jeff, Mixey, George, FraFra, Dream & Everybody... Cool

- GREAT PLAYERS ... GREAT PERFORMANCES!
The fun now continues in multiple pages !!!
More More More!!!
*lol*




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Posted By: s. p. a. t.
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 9:18pm

for EVERYONE.

This thread is so special, that it may be better to have it continue as one big thick thread, than have it fractured into parts 1 2 3 and on.

We can reduce the amount of posts per page to make it easier to load, and then move the posts from the thread that you started, Toad with your permission, over here as a continuation of this one.

What does anyone think about this?

George
S. P. A. T.


Posted By: s. p. a. t.
Date Posted: Sep 24 2007 at 9:23pm

for EVERYONE.

This thread is so special, that it may be better to have it continue as one big thick thread, than have it fractured into parts 1 2 3 and on.

We can reduce the amount of posts per page to make everything easier to load, and then move the posts from the thread that you started, Toad with your permission, over to the first one.

I posed this question on the first thread as well, in case anyone misses it here.

What does anyone think about this?

George
S. P. A. T.


Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 12:29am
Hey George ...
 
That's a great idea, if I understand you correctly ... you're suggesting that you'd just break this thread out into separate pages that can be selected separately, and (payoff) could load separately? If that's the deal I think that makes sense, rather than splitting this up and driving viewers to separate places for the same thread.
 
Is that the deal? What do you think Toad?
 
-J


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 12:32am
Hey George ...
 
That's a great idea, if I understand you correctly ... you're suggesting that you'd just break this thread out into separate pages that can be selected separately, and (payoff) could load separately? If that's the deal I think that makes sense, rather than splitting this up and driving viewers to separate places for the same thread.
 
Is that the deal? What do you think Toad?


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 12:37am

Welcome to Page Three of the thread!

Come on ... share your favorite performances with us!..


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 12:38am
Fact is, this thread is growing like crazy and Pt. 2 is only gonna wind up in the same situation a week from now anyway  ... we'd be forced to keep busting out Pts. 3,4, .... 24 ... *lol* ...
 
... need a better solution.


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 1:51am
It works for me!
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: FRAFRA
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 2:01am
mmmmmmmm thx geno for the JK's clips eheheheheh!!!
Its always a pleasure to listen to JMQ!!!!!


Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 5:35am
YES!!!

This is a fantastic idea!!!

It keeps everything together in one vein yet on connected, easy load pages...
((((Yeah! Page 24 here we come! *LOL*)))

(((Toad, i do forget about this because this MacMini is so damned fast! *lol* The pages still load like lightening here.))))

George & S.P.A.T
Let's do it!!!!
After Ya move them all back to one thread in pages, we can all easily individually edit and/or delete any no longer useful links to part 2 stuff if Ya want, too. Easy!
~~~
and Jeff, Toad, Mixey, George, S.P.A.T., FraFra and everybody
I'll say it again...

...THIS THREAD KICKS ASS!!!!

~BigSmiles,~
Geno

p.s. Toad that Blues Video is still running thru my head!

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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 11:40am
Jeff and Geno,
 I mixed sound for Maynard at a concert in Livonia, MI back in the early
ninties. I listened to a local jazz radio station in Detroit for about ten years. I got turned on to all the great classic jazz players, and lots
of other greats, like TAKE SIX, and Al Jarreau. Jarreau's LP, High Crime,
was a wonderful piece of work. He lost the Grammy that year to a LP from
the Manhatten Transfer. I was lucky enough to see Dizzy Gillespie's
big band before he passed. He and Maynard were stunning to see live!
This thread is really bringing back good memories to me of better times
in music.
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 12:56pm
Toad ... Geno ... Everybody ... I am LOVING this thread.
 
Toad, you mixed for Ferguson? NICE!!! So you not only saw and heard him LIVE - you brought the sound to the crowd ... Fantastic. Then YOU know what I'm talking about!
Keep your great posts coming!
 
Geno - I have been toughening up my fingers on the guitar ... two weeks from now when my crush of (work related) meetings are over we must get together ... the gears are churning big time.
And keep your great posts coming!
 
 
EVERYBODY ELSE!..
Show us your favorite performances!...
 
 
 


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Posted By: s. p. a. t.
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 1:03pm
OK Hang on for a few minutes - God I hope this works!

George


Posted By: dream207
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 1:15pm
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  This is a fabulous thread!!!! 
 
My hat is off to you, Jeff, for starting it and to everyone who has participated.  I'm going to be checking out youtube for some of my favorites.
 
I've got to come back to this thread to check out ALL the videos here, and that will take me some time, so it may take a few days.
 
I don't think you have this one in here yet.  If you do, I can take it out and put another in.
 
This performance by Eric Clapton is one of my favorites - gives me chills every time.  Clapton is by far my favorite guitarist and "Layla" is my favorite  rock and roll love song.
 
BTW - I just finished Pattie Boyd's autobiography "Wonderful Tonight".  I liked it and would recommend it.  I can't wait to get Eric's which is due out in the first weeks of October. 
 


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Posted By: s. p. a. t.
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 1:25pm
All right! All of the posts from part 2 are now over here.

We will now reduce the number of posts per page, so that the threads will load easier.

S. P. A. T.


Posted By: s. p. a. t.
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 1:53pm
We are finished moving things around now.

Thank you.
S. P. A. T.


Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 2:06pm




S.P.A.T.

We LOVE what YOU do!!!
You were doing this right while we were all posting too!
*LOL*
— Well just go right ahead and blind us with science!!! —

Wait!!! ... here!!!





Even Thomas Dolby is impressed!



Note: The person who created this terrific "She Blinded Me With Science" montage on YouTube (assurbanipalsegundo) writes:
- "I did this one just for fun, please don't take it too seriously!" -




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Posted By: s. p. a. t.
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 2:16pm
LOL

George


Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 3:29pm





Ok...

Turn on the lava lamp

and

the black light

and

the soapy pie plate dish on the overhead projector

and

light some sandalwood inscence

and

have a seat on the paisley couch

with

a cup of this coffee house's finest fresh brew

and

kick off your sandals

and

dig your toes into the thick, orange shag carpet

and

sit back

and

get your head tuned in to this...

"...SoulfulPlanet People!...
...Ladies and Gentlemen... Please Give A Warm Welcome to..."



"Soul experience"
and this classic
— Part 1 —


— Part 2 —


— Iron Butterfly —
"In a Gadda da Vida" In the Garden of Eden,
The anthem of an Entire Generation.
Doug Ingle Keyboards
Ron Bushy Drums
Erick Braun Guitar
Lee Dorman Bass









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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 3:51pm




"...and up next
right now
on our very own stage
here at
The
Soulful Planet Coffee House...

We are very, very proud to present..."



Jim Morison and The Doors - Light My Fire


The Doors - Love Me Two Times



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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 4:04pm

"...and no introduction needed!"



— Jimi Hendrix - Fire Live at Woodstock —



Jimi Hendrix All Along The Watchtower




— Country Joe & The Fish! 1 2 3 What Are We Fighting For?




— Santana - Soul Sacrifice - Live at Woodstock —





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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 25 2007 at 4:13pm
Geno ... LMAO ... I needed that this week.
 
*Where's my bong?*....
 
George!... YOU ROCK.


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 1:22am
A quick reprise back into "Bassland" ...  and then I'll get off it.
A few glances backward at the master ...
 
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhMWUayNMcM - CLICK HERE TO PLAY JACO'S BASS SOLO "SLANG"!
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 6:44am
Jeff... PLEASE keep them coming!!! These videos of Jaco are fantastic! I love what he does with the Bel Delays (are they http://www.durftal.com/music/edmx/dmxstudio/bd80.htm - Bel Delays ?... or are they http://guitargeek.com/gearview/293/ - MXR Delays ...
not sure)...
well anyway...

and then, just dances back off the stage! Classic... and wow, he finds harmonics in unbelievable places on the fret board.

— Jaco Pastorius Solo —


Very cool! I actually just learned a lot just watching this, and it made me pull out my Ibanez bass and try a few new things! ((((I Love when this happens!))))
— Jaco Pastorius - Encore —


Dream... the Eric Clapton vid of Layla Live is one of the best I've ever seen. Mid song, when that classic piano part comes back in, and Eric follows with the double harmony guitar parts... it just screams "ANTHEM!"... Chills is right!!!

Great finds!!!

and S.P.A,T. ... YOU JUST FLAT OUT ROCK!





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Posted By: dream207
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 7:05am
LOL  Geno - I love it!!!  "ANTHEM" is right.  "Layla" is my rock and roll anthem for sure.
 
It was Buddy Guy who said what makes Clapton the best is he can bring people to their knees with one note, something other guitarists can't do.
 
And, S.P.A.T., you deserve a huge round of applause for ALL you do here.   The pages are much easier to download now.
ClapClapClapClapI'm getting on board the S.P.A.T train...All aboard??!!
 
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Posted By: Gene_Leone_Mix
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 8:06am



*lol*
Dream
RE: "I'm getting on board the S.P.A.T train...All aboard??!!"
*lol*
Yes, we sure are!



p.s. Jeff, Mixey, Toad, Dream, S.P.A.T, George, FraFra...
did I mention that this thread kicks ass?






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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 8:45am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMQ3yMDOcys"> Click on the pic for one of My home town greats,
SPYDER TURNER !!  I never met anyone anywhere that had an unkind
word to say about this artist. If you met him, you would know why.
He is a pro, and an electric performer on stage !! If Spyder is on the bill,
you already got your monies worth. He is a hard workin' man, and has
all my respect. I wish we had more like him in Detroit.
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: dream207
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 9:10am
YUP!!!  We're all on board that S.P.A.T train, Geno!!!  LOL!!!
 
Toad,
 
I so agree about Spyder and his talent.  I have "I Don't Wanna Go Home Tonight" on CD.  I also have a rehearsal CD of his that is slammin' with tracks  like "Sign, Sealed, Delivered", "My Girl", "Cloud Nine" and others on it.
 
Our boy can sing!!  You can tell from watching videos he must be one of the best entertainers out there.  I love his pleading on his hands and knees on this video - what woman could say no to that!!!  LOL!!!
 
I'd love to see Spyder do some national appearances so some of us outside Detroit can see his show.
 
He and that monkey can bring it!!!!!!


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 11:49am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq20b4eb6z0">
Click da pic.... the song title says it all, honey!
Very cool video!


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Posted By: dream207
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 12:56pm
AAAAAAAH!!! Miss Tina!!!  Fabulous, Toad!!
 
 
Here's one of Benny Mardones singing "Running Scared" at the Roy Orbison Tribute Concert.  His rendition of the song is amazing.  Mardones has one hell of a voice!!!
 


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 2:52pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0YkvlNL96A"> Clik da pic & see some GOOD rock.
Rod and Wonder Women....SMOKIN'


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 5:10pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_x5Kx6oEp8"> Sassy is classy...What a fabulous talent !!
I miss seeing and hearing her.
LOL,
toad


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Posted By: Various Decree
Date Posted: Sep 26 2007 at 6:00pm
THIS THREAD IS DEEP! WE WILL BE HERE ALL DAY TOMORROW!
The Band


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Posted By: Jeff
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 1:22am
Shawn Lane...
do you know about this incredibly talented guitarist/keyboardist/musician? If not - http://www.shawnlane.com/index2.html - Click here to view the Shawn Lane official website.
 
Shawn suffered health problems and passed away in 2003. He was a gentle soul, loved and deeply admired by all who crossed his path. He was a gifted musician whose skills still make people shake their head. Shawn played Rock, Fusion, and in the final years of his life developed a fascination with Eastern music which he wove into his own compositions.
 
These videos provide a glimpse into Lane's genius. Here he shows his technique for pentatonic scale ...
 
 
 
 
Insane soloing on his "Rice With The Angels"...
 
 
 
Hilarious keyboard soloing - a different performance of "Rice With The Angels"...
 
 
 
  
 
 
 


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 3:55am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRp-ifFwODQ"> Fusion Guitarist Scott Henderson Playing The
Miles Davis classic "All Blues" at a clinic in Spain. I saw him live once
and he is amazing.
toad


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 4:19am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ie2uVMtc3Hk">  Far out  Cosmic guitar !!!!!Cool
Clik on da Pic


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 4:32am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qgrBeu3qN8">  Oh Joe ~
Clik The Pic


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Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 5:49am
"Here's To Life"... WOW Classic!!

Mixey


Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 8:57am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2hNKt25Lx0"> Van
Clik the pic


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 9:08am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEDuvIdpHtc"> Van~ part Deuce
Clik the pic


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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 28 2007 at 10:05am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBGVwSdtlH0"> Grammy Girl

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Posted By: toad
Date Posted: Sep 30 2007 at 6:26pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lwt9eKDxbbM"> A little Jazz/Fusion/Funk...Robben's Les Paul
is all ballz in the treble pickup, And Larry's 335 has that famous "Bell"
tone on the neck pickup.


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Posted By: M I X E Y
Date Posted: Sep 30 2007 at 11:15pm
Toad. . .
 
Van Morrison. . .
 
 "Hard Nose The Higway". . . damn I get in so much trouble with that music... Embarrassed
 
WOW... Norah Jones did an incredible cover of Cindy Lauper's "Time After Time"!!!!!
 
If anyone has her direct line, e-mail Jeff Berlin on MySpace, please. 
 
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=70223247 - http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=70223247
 
He's having a hard time contacting her.
 
Mixey


Posted By: dream207
Date Posted: Oct 01 2007 at 3:16am
Toad,
 
I am LOVING Van Morrison.  He's one talented dude for sure!!!  Thanks!!
 

dream

 

P.S.  This thread has to be one of the best I've seen anywhere!!!  CONGRATS to all for their contributions!!!

 



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Posted By: dream207
Date Posted: Oct 01 2007 at 4:24am
Here's a little blue-eyed soul and rock and roll.
 
Janis doing "MAYBE" - a doo wop tune originally done by Arlene Smith & The Chantels.
 


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