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I've not heard this one yet, but I have appreciated some of the other works by The Residents (some more than others), this one seems like it might be quirky-fun, so let's give it a go, shall we?

Beyond the Valley of a Day in the Life - The Residents

 

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Well IMHO it wasn't the best song by The Residents.

Here is one of my favorite Paul Desmond songs. Dave Brubeck and the others do a fine job backing him up :D

Blue Rondo à la Turk - The Dave Brubeck Quartet

That was back when the world was in black and white :)
 

 

 

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On 11/29/2020 at 3:39 PM, Notes_Norton said:

Here is one of my favorite Paul Desmond songs ...

We know it is, Bob. That's the fifth time you've posted it in 16 months. :D

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9 hours ago, Wibbles said:

We know it is, Bob. That's the fifth time you've posted it in 16 months. :D

And I might post it again. I do listen to songs more than once. 😉

Here is a nice symphony by a romantic Russian master. I don't think I've posted this one before, and it'll keep me entertained for about a half hour

Symphony #2 (Antar) - Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

 

 

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Hmm seems to be a classical day for me.

Slovak Suite - Vítězslav Novák

This is not the version I have on my CD player, but it's the same piece of music.

 

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I loved the first 9 minutes of the Slovak Suite.

But then there where more when i was expecting it to end. 🤔

I'm obviously damaged by modern times instant satisfaction and lack of patience.

Sorrryy...:$

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13 hours ago, Kurre said:

I loved the first 9 minutes of the Slovak Suite.

But then there where more when i was expecting it to end. 🤔

I'm obviously damaged by modern times instant satisfaction and lack of patience.

Sorrryy...:$

There is more than one right way to enjoy music.

I think "classical" is an acquired taste. I played it in school when I was young, but blues and rock n roll were more fun. I still liked classical but didn't listen. Then I got into a jazz for recreational listening. Eventually went back to classics.

I still enjoy just about anything but Bagpipes and Rap, and listen to a variety, but when it comes to serious listening, a nice symphony does it for me.  But it's not for everyone, and that's OK. Neither is rap or bagpipe music. ;)

 

 

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Tempus Fugit - The Stan Getz Quartet

Stan is my all-time favorite jazz tenor sax player

 

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As part of their Drift project (more of which later) Underworld spent two days in the studio with Australian avant-garde jazz trio The Necks.

Recorded in a single take, a sort of jazz/dance 4/4 improvisation ... love the trippy Hammond ...

 

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17 minutes ago, Wibbles said:

As part of their Drift project (more of which later) Underworld spent two days in the studio with Australian avant-garde jazz trio The Necks.

Recorded in a single take, a sort of jazz/dance 4/4 improvisation ... love the trippy Hammond ...

I like the "atmosphere" or the "vibes of this tracks a lot.

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