Discussion in 'Music' started by iBrian, Apr 7, 2006.
Drivin' N' Cryin' & Kevn Kinney (solo)
Lately, I am thoroughly enjoying two duets by musical veterans from both sides of the pond -Yankee chicks singing with British blokes. The first and most recent is Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac) paired with David Stewart (Eurythmics) singing a simple, touching and bittersweet song from her recent solo release, entitled "Cheaper Than Free" (click here).
Next up, Alison Krauss and Robert Plant (Led Zepplin) finely harmonize and memorably sing a song of loss and love and of more loss still, entitled “Please Read the Letter” (click here).
a couple of hard hitting scenes, so forewarned
bit of "spiritual hippity hop
great stuff ahhh
December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night) by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons just ended and Cover of the Rolling Stone by Dr. Hook started.
Oops, it's ended, now is Brother Louie by the Storeys (?) is on.
oldskool beautiful, hip hop lyrical, rainbow indigo, analogue digital
Robert Rich 'Humidity' cd.
If anyone feels compelled to . . . please have a listen to my latest recordings, it is free to listen. Comments (even negative ones) and discussions are most welcomed.
Is that Ali Azam singing in some of the pieces?
Dance of Arktoi is very Kitaro-esque.
Sabbat Dance is a quite joyful coherance and coming together of what might otherwise be considered "discordant" sounds that makes you want to smile.
I wish I had access to Azam Ali for sessions!
Oops! Dyslexia day! (embarrassing! I like my Vas CD, but I like Niyaz even more)
Pandora.com on the Eiffel 65 channel.
Skye Boat Song (I don't know who the performer is) just ended and The Air That I Breathe by The Hollies just started.
Oops, Last Dance by Donna Summer just started.
Put Your Hand in the Hand by Ocean
A perfect song for the Christian delegation imho.
I just discovered Nina Simone!
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