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Got this last night too, I like it... definitely way better than the schoolboy q.
I like the production on it.
Thanks for having this on your 2012 list. It's a good thing I got around to checking it out then, it's like they asked me what I have been missing on new hip hop.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Glad someone else came around on Action Bronson. If you are bored and have time to kill check out "in the kitchen with action bronson" on youtube, funny videos guys a character (as you can see in some of his videos and lyrics)
New Bleeding Rainbow is worth checking out, has a 90's alternative sound
A stop-motion sci-fi journey through a dream world.
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New Washed Out for you chill wave fans. One of his more atmospheric tracks
This wasn't on youtube yet so I thought I'd upload it.
This song was made for some campaign for Philips, so I wouldn't get too excited for a new album coming out in the near future.
Great AUD recording and a great show.
My Morning Jacket Wiltern Theater Los Angeles, CA 9-13-12 1.At Dawn 2.The Dark 3.Off The Record 4.Outta My System 5.X-Mas Curtain 6.Thank You Too!...
From the Elko live album
Yeah I'm late on that one but I like him a lot... probably more than any of the other new rappers out there I have been checking out. Guy is really good, and pretty damn funny too.
MMJ does a phenomenal cover of this song. Noting will ever touch The Last Waltz version but this one is damn good.
The Band Cover
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Galactic - Garbage Truck
A good mix of New Orleans brass, funk, and rock.
from Jamcruise 2009
Garage a Trois
Del álbum Emphasizer
Soulive covering the Beatles
In honor of Soulive's new release, Rubber Soulive (Sept 14 from Royal Family Records), we are releasing this SNEAK PREVIEW of footage compiled during the filming for the forthcoming "BOWLIVE" DVD from Shine A Light Productions & Royal Family Records.
Shot on March 5th, 2010 as part of Soulive's now-legendary residency at Brooklyn Bowl, this selection combines two tracks on the forthcoming Beatles tribute. Both "Eleanor Rigby" and "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" will appear on the 11-track album.
Recorded over four days at drummer Alan Evans' own Playonbrother Studios in upstate New York, Rubber Soulive presents the band back in its original trio format. After a handful of albums experimenting with different vocalists and horn sections, it's apparent from the album's opening track, a greasy rendition of "Drive My Car," that a return to form was in order. For the next 40 minutes, Soulive add their inimitable stamp to one classic after the next from The Beatles' adored catalog. A stately bounce informs "In My Life" punctuated by a majestic organ break courtesy of Neal Evans. "Eleanor Rigby" finds Alan pushing insistent syncopation into the backbeat and Neal covering a full string section with his two hands. A gorgeous rendition of "Something" makes clear that while Krasno can get down with the best of them, he can also dig deep into the heart of a ballad as he rings every last drop of emotion from the classic George Harrison melody. The trio rounds out the set with a three-dimensional version of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps." The performance concisely encapsulates the definitive Soulive sound built upon the trio's shimmering, wah-drenched guitar licks, soaring Hammond organ lines and relentlessly propulsive swing.
Rubber Soulive takes its place in a lineage of classic instrumental albums by the likes of Booker T. & The M.G.'s, George Benson and Count Basie that have paid tribute to The Beatles.
Rubber Soulive is available September 14 on vinyl, CD and mp3.
Stay tuned to both Royal Family Records and Shine A Light Productions for information on the release of the "BOWLIVE" DVD, which will feature a plethora of musical luminaries and over 2 hours of live music.
Shine A Light Production credits:
Produced & Directed by K. Mackenzie
Cameras: T. Beckner, E. Smith & K. Mackenzie
Audio: Alan Evans (Play On Brother Studios)
Edited by K. Mackenzie
Assistant Director & Ass't Editor: Dusti Blues
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The best drummer to ever live.
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Billy Cobham - Drums
Billy Cobham Solo!!!
First track from «Heavy Weather» (1977)
Grateful Dead - Terrapin Station
The Full Song
From the album "Space Wrangler", released 1988.
Europe '72 is the GOAT live Dead album IMO
A very good album, but I prefer to listen to a whole show instead of bits of several different shows. Give me anything from '77 and I'm happy.
Morphine - Radar
I'm the same way but Europe '72 segues together well like one show which is why I love it. He's Gone, Sugar Magnolia & The Stranger from that album are gold.
Dick's Picks Vol. 20 from '76 was the first GD album I bought so it's always been my favorite. Brown Eyed Woman > Mama Tried > Peggy-O from the Capital Center show is amazing, and Tennessee Jed from the Onondaga County show is perfectly paced & by far my favorite version of it.
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Really excited to see what he does in 2013. If this track is an example of that then good things are sure to come.
A series of images collected over the last year
Created By Chris Preston-Barnes
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
Gang Starr feat. Inspectah Deck
Moment of Truth
I Self Lord And Master, shall bring disaster to evil factors
Demonic chapters, shall be captured by Kings
Through the storms of days after
Unto the Earth from the Sun through triple darkness to blast ya
with a force that can't be compared
to any firepower, for it's mindpower shared
The brainwake, causes vessels to circulate
like constellations reflect at night off the lake
Word to the father, and Mother Earth
Seeking everlasting life through this Hell for what it's worth
Look listen and observe
and watch another C-Cypher pullin my peeps to the curb
Heed the words; it's like ghetto style proverbs
The righteous pay a sacrifice to get what they deserve
Cannot afford to be confined to a cell
Brainwaves swell, turnin a desert to a well
Experience the best teacher; thoughts will spray
like street sweepers Little Daddy street preacher
Illustrious feature, narrator you select
Accompanied by Deck plus the DJ you respect
The seven and a half combine, over the frontline
The ten percenters, promotin slander in the airtime
Bear in mind jewels be the tools of the trade
Sharp veins heavenly praise and dues are paid
Above the crowds, above the clouds where the sounds are original
Infinite skills create miracles
Warrior spiritual -- above the clouds
reigning/raining down, holdin it down
Yeah; I leave scientists mentally scarred, triple extra large
Wild like rock stars who smash guitars
Poison bars from the Gods bust holes in your mirage
and catch a charge shake em down like the riot squad
Invade your zone, ruin like ancient Rome
I span the universe and return to Earth to claim my throne
The maker, owner, plus soul controller
Ayatollah rest in the sky, the cloud's my sofa
Stand like Collossus, regardless to whom or what
Numerous attempts at my life, so who to trust
Who but us, to supply you with the fire?
The burning truth, 150 Absolut proof
On the mic like Moses spoke in golden scribe
Survivor of the oldest tribe whose soldiers died
I notified families, we shed tears and more
but our hands are the ammo cause the battle's still on
Sound the horn; we come rumblin through the function
Precise laser beam technique to touch somethin
When we die hard, to build the monument to honor us with
Humungous effect in the world - we could have conquered it
[Chorus] - 2X
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