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Disraeli Gears by Cream.

Next up Wheels of Fire by Cream.

DW is on missions with the grandkids, so I have cranked it up a bit.

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Calhoon wrote: Wed Jun 01, 2022 8:44 am Nicolas -- awesome clip. So that's how you do it.

In addition to Dr. John, I know he was a major influence on Fats Domino and James Booker...and just about anyone from that New Orleans scene. Though I get the feeling that Professor Longhair was one of a kind and you can't quite capture his quirkiness, intensity, or just plain essence. It's just him being Professor Longhair. Went through a James Booker phase a while back. Haven't delved deep into Dr. John yet with the exception of Gris-Gris, which I like quite a bit.
I bought Gris-Gris when it first came out and played it a lot as a teenager, then five decades went by and now I’ve been playing it again. Likewise with Babylon, his second LP. “The Lonesome Guitar Strangler" recording on that album is interesting. Of course Gris-Gris is the better of the two.
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Streaming pop music from the 60's/70's on Pandora, after attending the "Happy Together 2022" concert last night, which featured the Cowsills, Buckingham's, Vogues, Association, Turtles, and Gary Puckett. Many of the performers are the original group members, and the backing musicians were superb. That music is the perfect antidote for the trials and tribulations we "baby boomers" are dealing with nowadays!

FYI, there are 50+ stops slated for the tour... https://www.ticketmaster.com/happy-toge ... st/1420805
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kiwisun wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 7:18 pm Thank you these recommendations. I have just listened to “Muote dieleņu auklēja” ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm_DxVAIFyg ), quite beautiful.
I'm glad you liked it, it's a gem.

I found a better version of Pūt, vējiņi! by the same group, turned out Choir Sōla has an album on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXJ_eXB ... 8&index=10

I have a different album (2003?) by the Riga Chamber Choir AVE SOL featuring these two songs. I don't know the relationship between Ave Sol and Choir Sōla, but they sound extremely similar, as if Choir Sōla is using the same musical scores 16 years later. Nice to see Latvian choir tradition continuing though.
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Je vous salue Marie (French version of Hail Mary): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWeyHVq486E
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Marseille07 wrote: Thu Jun 02, 2022 10:05 pm
kiwisun wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 7:18 pm Thank you these recommendations. I have just listened to “Muote dieleņu auklēja” ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm_DxVAIFyg ), quite beautiful.
I'm glad you liked it, it's a gem.

I found a better version of Pūt, vējiņi! by the same group, turned out Choir Sōla has an album on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXJ_eXB ... 8&index=10

I have a different album (2003?) by the Riga Chamber Choir AVE SOL featuring these two songs. I don't know the relationship between Ave Sol and Choir Sōla, but they sound extremely similar, as if Choir Sōla is using the same musical scores 16 years later. Nice to see Latvian choir tradition continuing though.
Thank you for the new version.
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Classics IV: Stormy, Spooky, Traces. Good stuff, love the sax solos....

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BHwannaB wrote: Wed May 25, 2022 7:28 am Speaking of interviews, the new episode of Cory & The Wongnotes dropped yesterday and he is featuring Billy Strings.

Episode is over an hour long but new song collab is at 17:46 mark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4BstgqvI_Q
As another commenter said, really reminds me of the Dixie Dregs....

The interview starts at the 29:55 mark and is the best interview I have seen so far of Billy...at the very end a little jam between them. Good stuff!!
I’ve been watching / listening to a lot of Billy Strings lately. He’s playing locally June 16 and trying to decide whether to pull the trigger and get tickets.
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Catching up on episodes of The Clark Howard Podcast.
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The ceiling fan.

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"All or Nothing" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Not to be confused with the Small Faces song by the same title.....rockon 8-)
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I attended a Boz Scaggs concert last night. Wow! He sounded fantastic and had a super tight seven piece band backing him. He played a nice mix of old and new material. The man will be 78 years old soon and is currently on a nationwide “Out of the Blues” tour. If you were/are a fan, I would recommend going.
You won’t believe how strong his voice is.
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You Only Need Me When You're Down, by Danielle Nicole. Great singer!
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Have this song stuck in my head: Husker Du: Up In the Air

There are certainly worse songs to get stuck on...
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Shane McMahon - Here Comes The Money: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMuYfScGpbE
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AC/DC PWR/UP, of course! Like a 16 year old with my windows down in front of the grocery store...
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Lady Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions — Tim Buckley.
His son Jeff was the better singer. Both died stupidly. Check out Grace by Jeff Buckley. His cover of Hallelujah rivals Cohen’s original, so beautiful.
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Just watched, but the point was listening with visuals :happy a performance of Beethoven's Violin Concerto, with Itzak Perlman, conducted by Daniel Barenboim, with the Berlin Philharmonic.
They were both much younger. Fun to watch while listening.

Then DH found a small video of a snippet of Schubert's Trout Quintet with...
Perlman
Barenboim
Zukerman
DuPres
&
Mehta

This was at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, just before a concert, and they were fooling around as though it were some lazy afternoon. At one point, someone said something like, 'You DO know there are people out there waiting to hear us...?" or similar words. Big Grins on all of them, lots of laughter.
And this was immediately before they all went on stage!

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Another Cory Wong collaboration and interview that was released today featuring Bela Fleck:
https://youtu.be/90UApFWBXPk

BTW, last week he spotlighted Sierra Hull and song is linked here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPGbj1gFalA

Definitely getting his Bluegrass on with recent guests :D
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Artful Dodger wrote: Fri Jun 03, 2022 8:37 pm
BHwannaB wrote: Wed May 25, 2022 7:28 am Speaking of interviews, the new episode of Cory & The Wongnotes dropped yesterday and he is featuring Billy Strings.

Episode is over an hour long but new song collab is at 17:46 mark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4BstgqvI_Q
As another commenter said, really reminds me of the Dixie Dregs....

The interview starts at the 29:55 mark and is the best interview I have seen so far of Billy...at the very end a little jam between them. Good stuff!!
I’ve been watching / listening to a lot of Billy Strings lately. He’s playing locally June 16 and trying to decide whether to pull the trigger and get tickets.
I have not seen him live but watch alot of his live performances...think it would be a really good show. YMMV
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Seven Samurai film score
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“American Greed” playing in the background. Enjoy that show.

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Just finished listening to (and watching on TV) the Gala Concert celebrating Mozart's 250th birthday.

https://www.medici.tv/en/concerts/ricca ... s-salzburg
[I'm not 100% sure this is the specific anniversary program]

Excerpts from the program:

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in C major;
(Sinfonia concertante’ in E flat major for Violin, Viola and Orchestra - not included in video)
Symphony in D major [Haffner];
Motet ‘Exsultate jubilate’;
Arias and duets from “Le Nozze di Figaro”, “Don Giovanni” and others.

with Riccardo Muti conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

and Cecilia Bartoli, Thomas Hampson, Mitsuko Uchida,
(Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet - not included in video)

It ended with a very short choral piece from The Magic Flute.

The program, on 27 January, 2006, began at 6 CET, the time of Mozart's birth.

We'll be watching and listening to this again. :happy

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Punishment of Luxury
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Buena Vista Social Club album (1996)

A classic of the best mix of old and new world Cuban music. Excellent!
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Chopin: Nocturnes — Daniel Barenboim
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turtlebug wrote: Wed Jun 08, 2022 10:36 am Buena Vista Social Club album (1996)

A classic of the best mix of old and new world Cuban music. Excellent!
Excellent group. :happy
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ResearchMed wrote: Tue Jun 07, 2022 8:58 pm Just finished listening to (and watching on TV) the Gala Concert celebrating Mozart's 250th birthday.

https://www.medici.tv/en/concerts/ricca ... s-salzburg
[I'm not 100% sure this is the specific anniversary program]

Excerpts from the program:

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in C major;
(Sinfonia concertante’ in E flat major for Violin, Viola and Orchestra - not included in video)
Symphony in D major [Haffner];
Motet ‘Exsultate jubilate’;
Arias and duets from “Le Nozze di Figaro”, “Don Giovanni” and others.

with Riccardo Muti conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

and Cecilia Bartoli, Thomas Hampson, Mitsuko Uchida,
(Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet - not included in video)

It ended with a very short choral piece from The Magic Flute.

The program, on 27 January, 2006, began at 6 CET, the time of Mozart's birth.

We'll be watching and listening to this again. :happy

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My wife and I went to a performance of The Magic Flute yesterday at the Opera Theater of St. Louis. Really silly but thoroughly enjoyable.
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Artful Dodger wrote: Thu Jun 09, 2022 2:45 pm
ResearchMed wrote: Tue Jun 07, 2022 8:58 pm Just finished listening to (and watching on TV) the Gala Concert celebrating Mozart's 250th birthday.

https://www.medici.tv/en/concerts/ricca ... s-salzburg
[I'm not 100% sure this is the specific anniversary program]

Excerpts from the program:

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in C major;
(Sinfonia concertante’ in E flat major for Violin, Viola and Orchestra - not included in video)
Symphony in D major [Haffner];
Motet ‘Exsultate jubilate’;
Arias and duets from “Le Nozze di Figaro”, “Don Giovanni” and others.

with Riccardo Muti conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

and Cecilia Bartoli, Thomas Hampson, Mitsuko Uchida,
(Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet - not included in video)

It ended with a very short choral piece from The Magic Flute.

The program, on 27 January, 2006, began at 6 CET, the time of Mozart's birth.

We'll be watching and listening to this again. :happy

RM
My wife and I went to a performance of The Magic Flute yesterday at the Opera Theater of St. Louis. Really silly but thoroughly enjoyable.
Have you seen the abbreviated version put on by the (NY) Metropolitan Opera, intended for families?
(I happen to think some of it might be frightening to little ones, but that's me...)

They have amazing "costumes" (that's not quite the right word for some of the characters!) and staging. It's worth seeing, including just adults.

I stumbled across it by accident channel surfing some years ago, and it wasn't obvious at first what I was watching, but it certainly capturned my curiosity.
So then we sat down for a proper viewing another time.

I'm not sure how it's available on TV, but it is (that's how we saw it).

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ResearchMed wrote: Thu Jun 09, 2022 2:53 pm
Artful Dodger wrote: Thu Jun 09, 2022 2:45 pm
ResearchMed wrote: Tue Jun 07, 2022 8:58 pm Just finished listening to (and watching on TV) the Gala Concert celebrating Mozart's 250th birthday.

https://www.medici.tv/en/concerts/ricca ... s-salzburg
[I'm not 100% sure this is the specific anniversary program]

Excerpts from the program:

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in C major;
(Sinfonia concertante’ in E flat major for Violin, Viola and Orchestra - not included in video)
Symphony in D major [Haffner];
Motet ‘Exsultate jubilate’;
Arias and duets from “Le Nozze di Figaro”, “Don Giovanni” and others.

with Riccardo Muti conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

and Cecilia Bartoli, Thomas Hampson, Mitsuko Uchida,
(Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet - not included in video)

It ended with a very short choral piece from The Magic Flute.

The program, on 27 January, 2006, began at 6 CET, the time of Mozart's birth.

We'll be watching and listening to this again. :happy

RM
My wife and I went to a performance of The Magic Flute yesterday at the Opera Theater of St. Louis. Really silly but thoroughly enjoyable.
Have you seen the abbreviated version put on by the (NY) Metropolitan Opera, intended for families?
(I happen to think some of it might be frightening to little ones, but that's me...)

They have amazing "costumes" (that's not quite the right word for some of the characters!) and staging. It's worth seeing, including just adults.

I stumbled across it by accident channel surfing some years ago, and it wasn't obvious at first what I was watching, but it certainly capturned my curiosity.
So then we sat down for a proper viewing another time.

I'm not sure how it's available on TV, but it is (that's how we saw it).

RM
I have not seen the abbreviated version. For young children, the full version might run too long to keep their attention. It was 2:45 including a 25 minute intermission. Probably the most frightening was the Queen of the Night, but not any worse than the witch from Sleeping Beauty in some recent movies. There were tweens and teenagers in the audience and they seemed to enjoy the show. The actor who played Papageno was totally engaging and funny and probably appealed to the kids.
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Artful Dodger wrote: Thu Jun 09, 2022 3:28 pm
ResearchMed wrote: Thu Jun 09, 2022 2:53 pm
Artful Dodger wrote: Thu Jun 09, 2022 2:45 pm
ResearchMed wrote: Tue Jun 07, 2022 8:58 pm Just finished listening to (and watching on TV) the Gala Concert celebrating Mozart's 250th birthday.

https://www.medici.tv/en/concerts/ricca ... s-salzburg
[I'm not 100% sure this is the specific anniversary program]

Excerpts from the program:

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in C major;
(Sinfonia concertante’ in E flat major for Violin, Viola and Orchestra - not included in video)
Symphony in D major [Haffner];
Motet ‘Exsultate jubilate’;
Arias and duets from “Le Nozze di Figaro”, “Don Giovanni” and others.

with Riccardo Muti conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

and Cecilia Bartoli, Thomas Hampson, Mitsuko Uchida,
(Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet - not included in video)

It ended with a very short choral piece from The Magic Flute.

The program, on 27 January, 2006, began at 6 CET, the time of Mozart's birth.

We'll be watching and listening to this again. :happy

RM
My wife and I went to a performance of The Magic Flute yesterday at the Opera Theater of St. Louis. Really silly but thoroughly enjoyable.
Have you seen the abbreviated version put on by the (NY) Metropolitan Opera, intended for families?
(I happen to think some of it might be frightening to little ones, but that's me...)

They have amazing "costumes" (that's not quite the right word for some of the characters!) and staging. It's worth seeing, including just adults.

I stumbled across it by accident channel surfing some years ago, and it wasn't obvious at first what I was watching, but it certainly capturned my curiosity.
So then we sat down for a proper viewing another time.

I'm not sure how it's available on TV, but it is (that's how we saw it).

RM

I have not seen the abbreviated version. For young children, the full version might run too long to keep their attention. It was 2:45 including a 25 minute intermission. Probably the most frightening was the Queen of the Night, but not any worse than the witch from Sleeping Beauty in some recent movies. There were tweens and teenagers in the audience and they seemed to enjoy the show. The actor who played Papageno was totally engaging and funny and probably appealed to the kids.
Perhaps I shouldn't have used the term "abbreviated" in this context. It's an abbreviated version of The Magic Flute in general, not at all like what you would have seen, or any regular staging.
Given that it's supposedly for families (or at least in part??), I was surprised by a few short sections that probably could have been toned down slightly. Or maybe not...?

Do at least take a look. You might be captured, too, by the initial "views". It's quite a visual treat.
Note: I rarely like "modern" styling, so very briefly I was a bit put off, and then I was enchanted by it.

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What's it Gonna Take

New album by Van Morrison.

Many of the songs address the government, Covid lockdown and
implore the listener to wake up and do something.
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Happy Friday all! So, Snarky Puppy recorded a new live in studio album in studio with audience in May. Not due out until September but they released a single today.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSiLPkUopBg

The happiness and joy of both the musicians and spectators just warms my heart. This collective just really enjoys playing together. Stellar sound quality and video production FTW!

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Benny Carter Quartet- Summer Serenade. Storyville release from 1982.
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I’ve been doing light weight training to a song called Come Check This, by Fetish, which I discovered on the Harrah Brown Instagram site. She is a 63 year old health and lifestyle coach in Buckhead, GA to women over 50 and has a lot of free content. It’s not a bad song to exercise to. But skip the official video of the song.

I also listened to the Suze Orman podcast on inflation this morning.
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Glory Days & I Wanna Be Your Man — Springsteen — McCartney 6/16/22. Marking Sir Paul’s 80th today! https://youtu.be/F5lZnNsNPIA
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Light My Fire — José Feliciano
Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying — Nellie McKay
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Four Strong Winds — Neil Young
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Meant to post this yesterday but got distracted. Molly Tuttle and dad…happy belated Fathers Day if applicable :D :D

https://youtu.be/i7yYfC2Osl0
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Whoops, dup :P
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I Scare Myself — Dan Hicks & Jorma Kaukonen
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Beethoven: Complete Piano Sonatas & Concertos — Alfred Brendel
So relaxing!
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I took a stroll down memory lane recently (via YouTube):

Santana - Soul Sacrifice (Woodstock - 1969): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaaT_HRb4GU

Steely Dan - Deacon Blues : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0hbpDTZ0pk
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https://singingnews.com/

Click listen live up at the top right.
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In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida — Iron Butterfly.
I hadn’t heard this recording in fifty-two years. It’s better than I remembered. The drum solo is the best part.

Song of a Baker & Itchykoo Park — The Small Faces. They were a great band. Their concept album Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake was their best. All dead now except for one: Kenney Jones.
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Re: What are you listening to now

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For the past several weeks I have been going around singing this everywhere.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0wlskXQ9FI
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Blues
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Re: What are you listening to now

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I'm mostly a jazz and blues guy...but I've really been enjoying Valerie June of late. Something about her sound...
“Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” - Sun Tzu | "Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth." - Mike Tyson
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