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A seperate thread was transformed into a plesant alternative to the heated debates we hold in the SP&T blogosphere. This was done by posting video's of your favorite music.
Can we do it again? One mor time. With felling!
Where are the music fans with an interest in sharing?
evanesence - my imortal
by daniel sheldrake
Here's one for sbvor and hunterdog,
how could you?
mentioning Emmylou and sbore in the same post.
gonna go see her in San Fran in Oct.
wanna go? its all FREE!
I knew we would eventually agree on something.
heres one for the bore. RIP
And here is to bipartisan communication at the very least!
Everclear - AM Radio
A epitath the link miester,
UFO- Too Hot To Handle
Jazz and the rest where you at!
Voices of the ages
Journey - Lights
Ramble On the Hobbit
Queen- Somebody to Love
Come on thread you know you wanna...
To bad it was fun
No I will not give up!
not yet at least.
I think I'll rename this thread 42 plays with himself. Jiminey Crickets I thought more people liked music. Oh well,
"The Hulk" - Ebrahim Kanoo's 1291 hp Supra - Walkaround
a littl o de tramp,
Just cause the videos cool
Beck - Girl
Feels like I'm singing into the mirror,
Tonight, Tonight - The Smashing Pumpkins
Simple Minds- Don't you (forget about me) The Breakfast Club
So it goes,
Bonnie & Stevie. You may have to sit thru a commercial, but it's worth it.
My wife sings this walking around the house,
This kid reminds me of my youth. My pop played all those classics in the house when I was a rugrat.
My favorite live version of this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAOclgppEXc
Sesame Street cred:
Stevie Wonder - Superstition live on Sesame Street
One of my all time favorite post bop quartets: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsdaaRgPlwE
Just remember you started it, Neil Pert, Cottontail,
Neil is a member of Rush
Rush - YYZ - Best Clip Ever!
This is the solo that typically follows YYZ in concert.
niel peart drum solo 1988
Pink Floyd, The Great Gig in the Sky.
In deference to my undying respect for free radio broadcasts.
Roger Waters, Radio Waves.
I have been searching for Stanley Black's performance of "Rhapsody in Blue" I wish I could find it on-line. The man was magical on that one.
Here is a little work Stanley did.
Stanley Black,NZBC Orchestra,1974
Come on you know Stanley Black,
Bing Crosby Dearhearts and Gentle people.
"Dear Hearts & Gentle People"-BING CROSBY
Singers are few and far between.
I'm 42 and I can appreciate the skill in these singers.
Big crosby & the Andrews Sisters.
42-I'm older than you, but how do you like this one?
My all time favorite.
I saw Bill Medley in concert in February and just floated on air for the next 3 days.
Ages ago it seems to me. I sang "Unchained" at the end of a set. It will always be a favorite of mine.
This one too.
It seems to me that style and substance used to be the standard.
Bits like this showed me there was more than to music than Punk, Classic and Hard Rock.
Louis Armstrong - Danny Kaye
Victor Borge - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 piano jokes
I saw them on the saturday morning film festivals in the seventies.
Danny Kaye, Music,
Danny Kaye - The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Ahh, post war optimism
Could listen to this guy forever. Sure miss him.
Greatest singer of the 20th century:
She's good and all, but you have to admit ther are nieches to be filled.
All you got to do is "Try"
Janis Joplin- Try (Live at Woodstock, 1969)
And don't forget the "Simple Things"
Joe Cocker - Simple things
Here's a great one-
There are timeless pieces that transend generations.
A little Bobby with "Blue Velvet"
"Only the Lonely" A 1960 Roy overseas
And every now and again great musicians get together.
Traveling Wilburys "End of the Line"
I saw this guy 2 years ago, the day after he turned 80. He is so fine.
Listen to the list of legends,
How do you like this one?
But I digress, An older loafer from a more recent past.
Meat Loaf - It's All Coming Back To Me Now [Marion Raven]
Oh Granny what a glorius short time we had them!
And I like Billie's "Lady Sings the Blues"
"One for my Baby and one more for the road"
Then we can take a Cab to "Saint James Infirmary"
"Minne the Moocher"
"Hey now Hey now"
And Cab's show stopper
I loved this when I was a kid.
I happen to like a slower gait in my giddyup.
Not my generation but definately my speed.
Satchmo, High Society.
A casualty of war.
A love song for his wife,
Then there came the day,
George Jones, "He stopped loving her today."
A passel of talent playing around,
Check out the back up singers,
"Angel from Montgomery"
God bless the woman who has a song in heart.
Have a look down the list on the right side of the screen for more of these ladies in their element.
What a voice! He makes it look so easy.
He does indeed as Tom Jones does too.
and little Wayne Newton with
Wait a minute, I'm channeling "Ferris Buellers Day Off!"
Right turn into the Latino district to hear new young masters of harmony.
Los Lonely Boys. "Heaven"
and "More than Love"
WOW! You guys are good. I say Frankie in Vegas, way back in http://youtube.com/watch?v=XOupHrPKYEc1974.
oops. should have said, way back in 1974.
Bad link granny try this one,
Don't forget the scroll to the right, "Good Stuff"
Tommy Dorsey with Frank Sinatra, "Stardust"
And not all us Rockers are tattoed and Dark,
I was standing half way up on the eastern light tower.
It's been fun guys. This will be my last post.
No youtube video, but I finally bought a Cassette to PC deck. Now, I can digitize all the cassette tapes I couldn't or had too hard a time trying to find on CD, and load them into my computer! Well worth the $150 on EBay for a brand new deck. Even at current CD face values, replacing all those cassettes would have set me back more than triple!
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