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Re: Music

Post by desert_woodworker » Wed Oct 24, 2018 2:43 am

OK, we'll place this here. Hereabouts.

May 3, 1972 -- Olympia Theater -- Paris, France



China Cat Sunflower

by: The Grateful Dead

Look for a while at the china cat sunflower
Proud walking jingle in the midnight sun
Copperdome bodhi drip a silver kimono
Like a crazy quilt star gown through a dream night wind

Crazy cat peekin' through a lace bandanna
Like a one-eyed Cheshire, like a diamond-eye jack
A leaf of all colors plays a golden-string fiddle
To a double-e waterfall over my back

China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat

Comic book colors on a violin river cryin' Leonardo
Words from out a silk trombone
I rang a silent bell, beneath a shower of pearls
In the eagle-winged palace of the Queen Chinee

China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat, china cat
China cat.

Songwriters: Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter
China Cat Sunflower lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
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Re: Music

Post by desert_woodworker » Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:28 am

Regarding the previous track, any other pickers out there?

Not too technical, I hope. Here's a "lesson", from a great chap, Lucas Arre, on his Fender Strat(ocaster).


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Post by desert_woodworker » Wed Oct 24, 2018 4:20 am

Quicksilver, yessiree; Quicksilver Messenger Service.

John Cipollina (died 1989) was the guitarist who I think gave the greatest impetus to the San Francisco sound in the 1960s (if it was not Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead, and maybe the Jefferson Airplane, too).

Listen to as much of this great album as you can, but I think it's the first minute and 43 seconds that are wonderful, or maybe even a few minutes beyond that. Dunno. But I recommend those first two minutes. We could wish it would go on a long time afterward.

Incredible... .

Who's alive who can do this?

Check out the wonderful instrumental (and vocal) work starting 28:11, "Mona". Wow... .


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Post by desert_woodworker » Fri Oct 26, 2018 2:54 am

Alas, YouTube is not carrying it anymore, but here is the recent appearance of ZZ Top at Eric Clapton's "Crossroads" Guitar Festival. Great tracks!

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2lruhs

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Re: Music

Post by Enver M. » Sun Oct 28, 2018 6:34 pm

Isn't there any good music to listen you can play?

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Post by Kaya » Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:07 pm

So diplomatic!

As someone here once said, "Well, there's no accounting for taste..."

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Here is a tune you might enjoy Enver ...


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[james] wrote:
Mon Oct 29, 2018 1:04 am
Here is a tune you might enjoy Enver ...
namaste:

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Re: Music

Post by desert_woodworker » Mon Nov 05, 2018 3:45 am

Some interesting work on vibes, by Jason Adasiewicz, and a nice track. --Joe



Track: "Hi Touch"
ARTIST: Jason Adasiewicz's Sun Rooms
ALBUM: Spacer
LABEL: Delmark

The Jason Adasiewicz Trio features Jason on vibraphone, Mike Reed on
drums, and Nate McBride on bass. The Chicago jazz group formed in 2008,
first experimenting as a free improvising trio, and later focused attention
on arranging tunes that Adasiewicz wrote during his wife's first pregnancy
in the summer of 2009. In addition, the trio plays homage to Sun Ra
(Overtones of China), Duke Ellington (Warm Valley), and Hasaan Ibn Ali
(Off My Back Jack) - a pianist who was only documented once in his
life, in 1964 with Max Roach.

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Re: Music

Post by desert_woodworker » Tue Nov 06, 2018 4:47 am

My friends The Innocence Mission:



green bus

Down this street,
I ride a green bus,
early, deep into town.
If I could speak, if I could be
as I would like to be now-

and what could I bring you,
now in the meantime?
Fruit from the sunlight,
quartz from the bay?
And where will I find this,
perfect and wondrous?
I look into shops,
I slip into rain.

Leaves on leaves.
I walk through deeply,
gold, green, gold,
for my friend.
I cannot find a thing
beautiful enough for you
again.

And what could I bring you,
today in the meantime?
Fruit from the sunlight,
quartz from the bay?
And where will I find this,
perfect and wondrous?
I look into shops,
I slip into rain,
slip into rain.

credits:
from sun on the square, released June 27, 2018
guitar, organ, voice-Karen
ukulele, bass-Don
violin-Drew Peris

All songs, words and music by Karen Peris
except “Light of Winter”, music by Karen and Don Peris,
and “Star of Land and Sea”, words and music by Don Peris.
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Post by desert_woodworker » Thu Nov 15, 2018 11:47 pm

My friends, Mazzy Star:



Unreflected

by: Mazzy Star

Once it's life's fortunate
Isn't this so
The unreflected feeling
Of a shortened flattened soul
The life that cuts the cold

Now is in your past
In our memories
We don't have much to say
We don't have much to say
We don't have much

Follow anybody
Is that what you do
Maybe it transfits to
Don something else to do
Now we know what we'll be in the past
Another story
Another life that's left
Another life that's left
"Ignorance is to be ignorant of one's original mind." - Ma Tsu

"Liberation is awakening to one's original nature." - Ma Tsu

"The World is all that is the case". -Ludwig Wittgenstein

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