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In case you like classical music,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VONMkKkdf4



makes you feel alive, nostalgic, mad, stressed, relaxed , sad and comfortable at the same time.

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

this guy's fingers are poetry in motion~ for those who appreciate something more than three chord riffs

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

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~ Little Fishes ~ I miss you and I love you~

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Good stuff... I had, somehow, missed this band.
Reading up a bit I was surprised to find this on wiki: "Drummer Danny Carey operated many of the sound effects on the interlude tracks on the album using electronic drums called Mandalas"

Gee!? I wonder if he had Sabian Cymbals too?
http://books.google.com/books/about/...d=1C5hEmzR40EC

This link is to a good book about this Band. I feel that you may enjoy it. They seem to have substance as far as artistry is concerned.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTCwnUSiTrw
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Just heard of this fellow and some of his cuts on the Mick Martin Blues Party at capradio.org {every Saturday afternoon PST}

If you like the Blues... you'll love it after hearing this.
Here's one d*** fine cut....

Larry Garner - "Blues Ain't Nothing" (Live)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Evc22gtfPkU


Larry Garner - "Bull Rider"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPe4e1tGfFs
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In case you like classical music,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VONMkKkdf4



makes you feel alive, nostalgic, mad, stressed, relaxed , sad and comfortable at the same time.

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I just discovered this composer only 3 days ago, and immediately fell in love. I first heard this performance :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BI8N2569jSg

just perfect!

& you have great taste btw!
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Janel Drewis - "In the Pines" from the movie soundtrack: "Walking Dead Game"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nUKhWx95fE
OOOooo! this is gorgeous! I've always had an appreciation for this song, it carries weight like so many classic songs do.
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I just discovered this composer only 3 days ago, and immediately fell in love. I first heard this performance :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BI8N2569jSg

just perfect!

& you have great taste btw!
I first heard of him when I saw the movie "The Intouchables" (he wrote the music)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yIqFufb664

It's a great movie, by the way...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7g_OjLKeZ4
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I first heard of him when I saw the movie "The Intouchables" (he wrote the music)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yIqFufb664

It's a great movie, by the way...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7g_OjLKeZ4
I too listened to Selina's selection and found that the pianist and composer, Ludovico Einaudi, from Turin, Italy to be good and of surprising interest in that the last composer and pianist anyone suggested, and I also liked, was Tikana's selection... as she posted a link to a piece by Roberto Cacciapaglia, whom is from Milan, and about the same age.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Unfsk-kDA8k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcIC-V_N5RE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbBKh2T7Cdg amazing
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Nice to see a Desert Rock fan among the members.
I took a liking to one one the early groups associated with the genre back in the 80's. "The Masters of Reality", and only just found out that they were originally from Syracuse, N.Y....my fathers hometown.
Their first album was considered a retro sound even in the late 80's ...very reminiscent of "Cream"....

here's my personal fav.

Masters of Reality : "The Blue Garden"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxc4B1Jsix4
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Nice to see a Desert Rock fan among the members.
I took a liking to one one the early groups associated with the genre back in the 80's. "The Masters of Reality", and only just found out that they were originally from Syracuse, N.Y....my fathers hometown.
Their first album was considered a retro sound even in the late 80's ...very reminiscent of "Cream"....

here's my personal fav.

Masters of Reality : "The Blue Garden"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxc4B1Jsix4
so impressive style
and this track is pretty,

i also found these ones yesterday (You wont be disappointed)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfryizBctss amazing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Epn7KN08cwM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rnOt7JcMWM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOrQoqDtwyg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWw500HI6L4
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I'm digging that cut by Weird Owl presently... somewhat like an edgy Neil Young and Crazy Horse tune but with that youthful zim and angst that He lost long ago... or maybe He just misplaced it... Neil always was full of surprises

Here's a live cut by an American band that I've never been able to pigeon hole as to any genre per se.
It's full of teen angst ...sort of punk... maybe what some were calling metro awhile back as these dudes definitely don't come off as overtly macho and some may even say a bit effeme ...see what you think....
Some people don't like it or the band... While it's quite dated now, it is of a generation after that of my own and I'm always glad to see the youngsters putting up a bit of protest and making their concerns heard... I'm still hoping that one day a generation will come along that says it's time for a real change and proceeds to do something about it... and praying that I live long enough to witness it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fop3EaoOSpw
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January 25 is my birthday. The calendar says I turned 74 but I watched this video and turned the clock back 60 years so I'm only 14.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bV6pObBGLbg
Rare to find a Doo Wop fan here at the forum, very rare. It's a sub-genre, a style of Rock & Roll, that wasn't around for very long ...about six years, if even that.
My dad and his youngest brother had a band that started out somewhat Rockabilly but by their own musical orientation and sense of musical aesthetics became one of the very first bands, if not the first, that could be called Doo Wop.
They managed to get seven single records published. Opened for Aretha Franklin in Los Angeles in either 1959 or 60 {I can't recall and there's no one presently alive that would remember...except Aretha and anyone that attended it. I was but five or six years old at the time} Aretha paid them a compliment saying "You boys were great, you're going to make it.}
The unfortunate circumstance that befell them was that Jack Gerrard was their manager. They had written a song that they chose not to perform themselves called "Heart of Mine", subtitled "Cara Mia", a unknown, and very young singer, Joey Norman, was selected to perform it and did wonderfully. They decided just minutes before recording it to add an "intro". The intro wasn't copyrighted, only what had already been written months before.
Connie Francis loved the song so much that she wanted to cover it. The future looked bright at the time, 1959. Then when the payolla scandal involving their manger became known, Connie backed out. To add injury to insult {or vice versa} Johnny Burnette stole the intro and made the megahit, "Dreamin'" out of it.
They started out as the "Altones" {for Albert and Tony. Tony was my father} but lost that name to a all African American band because they hadn't copyrighted the bands name. So needing a name rather quickly my father, whom was the foreman of the staff paint crew at the Beverly Hills Hotel and his brother, whom was a painter also and worked at that hotel for awhile and a few others in Beverly Hill and the Los Angeles area, decided to call themselves "The Beverly Hills Painters" {which I thought was so corny at the time and I hated the name.}.
They never made a single dime from all their 6 + years of effort. My father worked his regular forty hours a week and every weekend doing private work as a contractor , that he could get, for nearly two years for money to invest in the band as my mother wouldn't allow him to spend any of his regular pay from the Hotel...which in retrospect was a wise demand by my late mother...but still hurts me to think of still yet today, as house painting is hard work and it was a lot harder back when oil paint was primarily used and block brushes were the only option ...paint rollers weren't perfected until the end of the 1950's and the Union barred them from use for many years.

I was pleasantly surprised about six years ago to find one of their tunes on youtube. Since then a few more have been posted on youtube.
My father asked me about renewing the copyrights on all the songs around 1990, {I can't recall exactly what year} He wasn't inclined to do so, but wanted to make sure that it was alright by me, as I would be the heir one day. I told him I could see no point to it as those songs never got much airplay {Jack Gerrard wasn't paying anyone to play their music} and surely no one remembered any of those songs anymore.
...apparently some folks did, and liked them.

Here's a tune that you might enjoy. It's not their best tune, but maybe their second best, at least tied for second, imho. My uncle Albert is singing lead and that's my father doing a natural falsetto... while I don't know much about music, other than what I like, I have wondered if my father wasn't even the first to do such a falsetto that soon afterward seemed to be done by a number of groups. the date given to it by the person that posted it is wrong. It was written in 1960 and was recorded in either late '60 or early '61}

Beverly Hills Painters - "I Know Why"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGLbJza_bTo

...and here's that tune that Connie Francis was going to record that Johnny Burnette stole the intro from.

Joey Norman "Heart of Mine"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IslxyEeVgs

Billboard {or maybe it was Cashbox} gave it a high rating, B+, if I remember correctly. They described it as having an American-Italian synthesis sound and feel to the beat... or something as like that.... Which I have always wondered about as they were very unlikely to have known that their parents were from Italy.

...and HAPPY BIRTHDAY...!
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Well, my apologies...as I wanted to know exactly what years and for how long Doo Wop was around...I was way off thinking that it lasted only six yo seven years... although the term, "Doo Wop" was not first seen in print until 1961.

Here's what wikipedia has to say about the matter, from the opening paragraph on the wiki page about "Doo Wop".

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Doo-wop is a genre of music that was developed in African-American communities in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore, Newark, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Detroit, Washington D.C and Los Angeles in the 1940s, achieving mainstream popularity in the 1950s and early '60s. Built upon vocal harmony, doo-wop was one of the most mainstream, pop-oriented R&B styles of the time. Singer Bill Kenny (19141978) is often called the "Godfather of Doo-wop" for his "top and bottom" format featuring a high tenor lead and "talking bass" in the middle of the song. Doo-wop features vocal group harmony, nonsense syllables, a simple beat, sometimes little or no instrumentation, and simple music and lyrics.[1]

The first record to use the syllables "doo-wop" was the 1955 hit "When You Dance" by The Turbans.[2] The term "doo-wop" first appeared in print in 1961. During the late 1950s many Italian-American groups contributed a significant part in the doo-wop scene. The peak of doo-wop was in 1961. Doo-wop's influence continued in soul, pop, and rock groups of the 1960s. At various points in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, the genre has seen revivals.
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Thanks for the birthday wish and sharing PTV. The BHP boys were pretty good. I'd give it a 75. It was fascinating reading. Almost all of the original Doo Wop singers have passed on so the only way for most to save and share the format is to download it or find records, tapes or cds. Unlike today's electronically enhanced vocals back then they lasted only if they had talent.

Great music and they didn't have any half naked dancers to distract from some pretty good lyrics (for teens).

Better get off this soapbox.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnoKWgCUP8g

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Thanks for the birthday wish and sharing PTV. The BHP boys were pretty good. I'd give it a 75. It was fascinating reading. Almost all of the original Doo Wop singers have passed on so the only way for most to save and share the format is to download it or find records, tapes or cds. Unlike today's electronically enhanced vocals back then they lasted only if they had talent.

Great music and they didn't have any half naked dancers to distract from some pretty good lyrics (for teens).

Better get off this soapbox.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnoKWgCUP8g

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Thank you, Bob.
If my father and uncle were still with us, I'm sure they would also extend their appreciation and say thanks, as well.
Interesting note, is that Joey Norman, whom sang "Heart of Mine" and the "B" side, "King of Fools" {not my father or uncles' tune, though] never worked again as his manager had pulled some stunt with his contract and had him by the short hairs, so to speak. It was a rough business to be in then and I hear it's never really improved.
My father did continue to write music and lyrics. He wrote some lyrics for a song at the request of the Copacabana Trio. He was approached by their manager for the commission, wrote it and then waited months to hear from them again.
He ran into the trio somewhere and asked them what became of the song.
One, or two, of the trio said that the song was in their live repertoire and that they were about to record it and the two of them began to sing it for him a cappella... in Spanish.
The third threw the other two a dirty look and they hushed quickly then said something as like "gee, look at the time, we've got an engagement and it was sure nice meeting you..." you know...? Yada...yada ...
They hadn't realized that they were talking to the fellow that had been hired to write the lyrics but the third fellow did. Pop never got a dime for that effort.
Uncle Al went on to do mixing and recording at a studio but both of them kept their regular 9 to 5.
What my mother regretted so much and I have to agree, is that my father was an outstanding self taught fine artist and those years he put into music that went no where ...had He used that time to continue with his artistic endeavors He might have achieved fame in his lifetime. But having taken some, nearly, ten years off it took him a few years to return to the level He had suspended his work and by then He was in his mid 50's.
He did alright after he retired from the trades at 62, got a few commissions, sold some on spec.
My sister and I are presently trying to at least get him a footnote in the "list of notable artists of California in the 20th century".

You may like to check out my friend, Brian Lee's radio show, which is dedicated to Doo Wop.
From Brian's webpage, the following.
Color Radio is the name of my radio show, also know as the Rhythm And Blues Review. The show is heard every Saturday evening from 4-6 PM Pacific Time, and has been on the regular airwaves since 1987. Radio station KVMR is also streaming content, and you can listen live on the KVMR-FM website. The best of R+B, Doo Wop and rock and roll is played in an upbeat style, reminiscent of the old radio shows of the 50's and 60's, complete with jingles and a tribute to the Color Radio format. Plan to hear saxophones blaring, guitars screaming, and even an occasional ballad. Some past shows can be heard on Itunes or on my audio page. Also, the Brian Lee Show can be heard on HD Diner Radio, originating in Paris, France. HD Diner Radio is available not only on their website, but also played in several American style restaurants in and around Paris

Here's a link to Brian's website: http://www.colorradio.com/

...and Brian is on facebook

I like your selection,"When You Dance", I hadn't seen any clips from "American Bandstand" in many a year.
Remember when? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsJWe_0mk80

...and if you were a fan of "Swing Music", surely you remember Chuck Cecil's radio program, "The Swinging Years" that was syndicated for many a year. I used listen to it regularly, loved it. Chuck jr. and I attended the same college and we both played for the Soccer team the school hosted. {Not intercollegiate, but a campus club that joined a semi-pro league in the North San Francisco Bay League.] When I first joined the team, the Fall of 1971, and heard his name called out during role call, I blurted out, "Chuck Cecil? Any relation to...", and before I could finish he looked at me with a sheepish sideways glance and said "Yeah, yeah, that's my fathers and his radio show." I said something as like "Cool." He then looked at me skeptically...probably thought i was sucking up to him and said, with an incredulous note to his voice, "You listen to the Swinging Years?" ...and I said, "Well... yeah, I like Big Band music." He never took to me very well from then on... He must of hated the show or whatever... He was a year older and it was Rock & Roll or nothing...for him.
For those of you that don't know, the Big Band era aka "Swing Music" lasted many years, ending "officially" in 1956, the music historians say.
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Wow, I just found out that Chuck Sr. is still alive and was producing live and syndicated shows until last February. He always came on after the Dodger game on KFI AM when I was youngster.
I had heard that He was terribly ill at the turn of the century and figured that he had died some years ago.
I also learned that He attended Norma Jeane Baker's wedding, to her first husband, Jim Dougherty, in 1942.... a little bit of trivia, I know...but I found it interesting.
I'm going to have to find out if any of the past shows are still being broadcast... I like Big Band music...always will.

More on Chuck, here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_...ingin%27_Years)
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Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine
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Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIdIqbv7SPo
Beautiful and a cut I was previously unaware of.
This was on the radio waves 24/7 the year I graduated from high school [1971] and was played for many years.
The really cool thing was there were so many songs that were about the Sun that had been recorded and were getting airplay time back then. The was "Let the Sun Shine In" from the play "Hair", the Beatles singing "Here Comes The Sun" were two that come to mind as many a DJ t the time would pair those up with this song on the air back then.

The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5E_zXbmrlM

THE 5TH DIMENSION - "'AQUARIUS/ LET THE SUNSHINE IN"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWbT915HgA4

The Beatles ~ "Sun King"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l899b9KUJyw

and a couple of personal favs of mine that I played a number of times back then after having heard those on the radio that day I'd be alone with my turn table later that evening, some Santa Marta Gold and my vinyl
{I would give my right testicle to taste Santa Marta Gold one more time before I die, I ain't kidding either.}

Shawn Phillips ~ "Moonshine"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hARQaPz50Co

...and the "TrOOf" will set you free... Shawn Phillips
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A couple from my "special list" from albums 40 plus years in my top ten

Mary is so laid back and folksy
Probably the best cover of this old Beatles tune, Mary on guitar and vocals

Mary McCaslin - "Things we said today"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJW69RFXTgY

...banjo the way it was meant to be played... frailin' style

Mary McCaslin - "Blackbird" by The Beatles
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Re: Playlist of the Week(music)

Some classic songs from a classic movie.

Sunshine of Your Love by-Cream

Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy

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Now for some silliness.

Llama song An awesome friend sent me that song and it's stuck in my head now. xD

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Metal stuffs.

DEVILDRIVER - Sail

DevilDriver- Dead to rights

DevilDriver- Pray for villains

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oh god, high school... I used to be big on Hair and the Beatles, too. And I was also a Bach fanatic. Plus "world music", throat singing... and alternative rock

lol, just checked to see whether any of those bands are still around, they are.

chorus in English translation:

"just stay at home and watch your TV,
pitch black trains on every channel,
all running without passangers
save two who are in the buffet car
both are drunk and I'm the one that's sick
shame they're showing me right now,
'cause a moment ago I was still praising God"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxVqDZcLSyY
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no way I'd spend so much time with my hair as those girls. my hair basically does whatever it wants. I like it short, takes less time to dry. Once I tried perm, it lasted for three days. went back to the hairdresser, she said she had never seen anything like this. You'd think fine hair is easy to control, not so.

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I know. my hair is parabolical... diabolical... anatomical...

Supertramp: The Logical Song
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