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The Queen Symphony - Tolga Kashif

On first listening, I think the parts where he isn't quoting songs from Queen are better than the parts where he is quoting. But it's my first listening. Sometimes symphonies take a few listenings to evaluate.

 

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1 hour ago, Notes_Norton said:

I think the parts where he isn't quoting songs from Queen are better than the parts where he is

makes sense

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Thinks Ain't What They Used To Be - Gene Harris Trio plus Stanley Turrentine

I love Gene's playing, you can always hear the joy in it, and Stanley is one of my favorite Tenor Sax players.

 

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Europa - Carlos Santana and Gato Barbieri

In the late 1970s, Gato's take on Carlos' Europa was my most requested song. I've never heard the playing together, so here goes.

 

 

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DEEP PURPLE "Hush" (HD official) from "Celebrating Jon Lord

 

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^^^ I love that they quoted the "Na na na na" from the Beatles and didn't get sued ^^^

Homage, not plagiarism.

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When I worked on the cruise ships I had a long port in San Juan PR every week. One week a musician friend we met there told us there was a street festival in Bayamon with 9 of the top salsa bands playing.

We hired a taxi, went to the street festival and saw Gilberto Santa Rosa play this one and a few others. This is a fine example of Puerto Rican Salsa music. After going to San Juan week after week I developed a love for this kind of music.

No Me La Llames - Gilberto Santa Rosa

 

 

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Motorpsycho and Jaga Jazzist Horns - Theme de Yoyo

 

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IMO the most technically competent rock/fusion guitarist I know of.

Little Wing - Jeff Beck

The second one shows his technique better

 

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Jeff and Stevie jointly composed "Superstition" so here is Jeff playing one written by Stevie

Cause We've Ended As Lovers - Jeff Beck

(And Tal Wilkenfeld is just too cute to play bass that well) 😉

 

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Posted (edited)

Tony Allen - Wolf Eats Wolf

 

I like the way Tony Allen has been beating the drums, 

 

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It Was A Very Good Year - Frank Sinatra (In The Studio)

Although he was from a previous generation, I really respect his talent.

The story goes like this:

Sinatra was driving his car, listening to the radio, and heard the Kingston Trio sing this song. He called his team and told them he wanted to sing it on his next album and suggested that the figure gets played on an oboe.

 

 

 

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