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4 minutes ago, Pragi said:

Harvey Mason: 3RD DEGREE (FOURPLAY: Harvey Mason - Chuck Loeb - Bob James - Nathan East)

 

So, he's only a 3rd Degree Mason? 😆

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2 minutes ago, craigb said:

So, he's only a 3rd Degree Mason? 😆

Yep, but a first class drummer..

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I never heard of this guy until today. He's a great performer and a fine musician as well. His crowd involvement is great as well.  This one gives me faith in the younger generation.

If you don't know about him, like me yesterday, it's worth checking out just for the show.

With The Love In My Heart - Jacob Collier

 

 

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Here's one done in his studio, where Jacob plays all the instruments and sings all the vocals. Talented guy.

"Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing" - Jacob Collier

 

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13 hours ago, Notes_Norton said:

I never heard of this guy until today. He's a great performer and a fine musician as well. His crowd involvement is great as well.  This one gives me faith in the younger generation.

If you don't know about him, like me yesterday, it's worth checking out just for the show.

With The Love In My Heart - Jacob Collier

 

 

Good to see that there are highly talented Jazz entertainer in the new generation.

Another one :

 

 

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Tchaikovsky Symphony No.6 "Pathétique" - Kurt Masur / LGO (1987)

Tchaikovsky said he wept while writing this. Nine days after it's premier, it is suspected he killed himself by knowingly drinking water infected with Cholera.  Others disagree. We'll never know. But his last composition is a great one.

 

 

 

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One good Tchaikovsky deserves another:

Capriccio Italien - Piotr Tchaikovsky - Antal Dorati conducting the Minneapolis Symphony

 

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Something to keep you occupied during lockdown ... ;)

 

It looks like it must have been quite chilly in the studio when they filmed this.

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I always thought Steve Stevens was an underrated guitarist....love his tones.

 

 

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One of my custom guitars has his trademark pickups in it.  A perfect Classic Rock tone!

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WAX'IN  (feat. Philippe Bussonnet /b -ex- Magma and Christophe Godin-guit  )

 

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"Killer Joe" - Jorge Dalto and the Interamerican Band

doing his take on a Benny Golson song

 

 

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21 hours ago, Mesh said:

I always thought Steve Stevens was an underrated guitarist....love his tones.

 

Yep, Steven Bruce Schneider is a master in creating rock sounds.

 

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Circular breathing is very difficult on the flute because there is no resistance to the air flow. Hubert Laws is one of the few people I know that can do it. Tell me how many breaths you hear him take in this one:

Romeo & Juliet - Hubert Laws

 

 

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Wannabe - Spice Girls (Vintage "Andrews Sisters" Style Cover) - Postmodern Jukebox

 

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Doing a Billy Strayhorn composition. Billy supposedly wrote this in a hospital bed.

Billy wanted to be a classical composer, but it was back in the days when a black man couldn't get into any college that taught classical composition. So he became a jazz composer, and IMO a great jazz composer at that. I feel sad that he couldn't chase his dream but glad that he left so many great jazz tunes.

An Stan was an amazing sax player. Instead of hearing his monster chops, all you hear is melody so nice it could have been composed and revised for days instead of the fact that it was improvised on the spot.

Blood Count - Stan Getz

 

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Big Thief - “Not” (Live from The Bunker Studios)

 

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IMO three of the best jazz colleges in the US are (in no particular order) Berklee, University of Miami, and  University of North Texas State. Here are the Texans doing a Ray Noble classic. These kids are hot, and so is the guest soloist.

Cherokee - University of North Texas State One O'Clock Lab Band

 

 

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