May 22, 2024


Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything – Plato


Lang Lang – Reverie by Debussey

Lang Lang – “Rêverie”, Claude Debussy

Debussy’s early piano work, and one of his most famous, is given a deliberate and spacious performance by Steinway Artist Lang Lang in Paris on the pianist’s signature Steinway & Sons Black Diamond Limited Edition. #Classical #Music #Piano #Steinway #LangLang

The Making of ‘One Year’ by Colin Blunstone

The Making of ONE YEAR – featuring Colin Blunstone

For the 50th anniversary of the baroque pop classic, ONE YEAR, Colin Blunstone looks back on the unique circumstances around how his first solo album was made. After the end of The Zombies, a band he formed as a teenager with Rod Argent, Hugh Grundy, Paul Atkinson and Paul Arnold, Blunstone found himself unsure about continuing in the music business.

Paul Simon – ‘Seven Psalms’ trailer

Paul Simon – Seven Psalms trailer

“The story of Seven Psalms” by Paul Simon Listen to the album: Paul Simon: Subscribe to the official Paul Simon YouTube channel: Watch more Paul Simon videos: Follow Paul Simon: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Website: Spotify: YouTube: Ask your voice device to play Paul Simon!

‘That’s Entrainment’ – Van Morrison Live

Van Morrison That’s Entrainment BBC Four Sessions HD

Youtube Facebook As part of the prestigious BBC Four Sessions, soul legend Van Morrison performs a special concert which was recorded at LSO St Luke’s in London. In the exclusive session, Van showcases tracks from his new album, Keep It Simple, and older favourites such as Magic Time and Vanlose Stairway.

‘Dream a Little Dream of Me’ – Beautiful South

Beautiful South – Les Yeux Ouverts

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‘Arabesque’ – Debussey

Debussy – Arabesque No. 1

Debussy – Arabesque No. 1 Click the 🔔bell to always be notified on new uploads! ♫ Listen on Apple Music Classical: ♫ MIDI: ♫ Facebook: ♫ Instagram: ♫ Twitter: ♫ Buy me a coffee: Hope you enjoy my performance of Debussy’s Arabesque No. 1.

‘Light’ – Laura Nyro


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Tony Succar – ‘I Want You Back’

Tony Succar – I Want You Back ft. Tito Nieves

Music video by Tony Succar featuring Tito Nieves performing I Want You Back, off the album “UNITY: Latin Tribute To Michael Jackson” coming soon. 2012 Mixtura Productions follow us:

Buffalo Springfield Live at The Hollywood Palace

Buffalo Springfield – For What It’s Worth & Mr. Soul – Medley

Hollywood Palace, 1967. Originally uploaded by ‘beyondthebeat’, but that clip got audio removed by WMG.

Jackson Browne – ‘Call It a Loan’ – Live Mar 2022

Ritchie Furay – ‘On the Way Home’ Live 2021

Richie Furay / On The Way Home (Official Music Video)

Richie Furay returned to the Troubadour in November 2018, 50 years after Poco debuted in November 1968 at this historic venue. Richie performed 2 sets, Still Deliverin’ which is Set 1 consisting of a retrospective of Richie’s career, and Deliverin’ Again which is Set 2, the Poco DeLIVErin’ album in its entirety.

The Wallflowers – Love is a Country

The Wallflowers Perform at John Varvatos Bowery Live

The Wallflowers perform “Love Is A Country” from their new album “Glad All Over” at John Varvatos Bowery NYC as part of the Bowery Live concert series View all the Bowery Live concerts –

Big Head Todd – Bittersweet

Big Head Todd and the Monsters – “Bittersweet” (Live at Red Rocks 2008)

Big Head Todd and The Monsters Live at Red Rocks 2008 Like on Facebook ➡️ Follow on Instagram ➡️ Follow on Twitter ➡️ 2024 Tour Dates ➡️ May 25 * Outlaw Square * Deadwood, SD [FREE] June 4 * Community Concert Hall * Durango, CO June 7 * Blue Arena * Loveland, CO June 8 * Red Rocks Amphitheatre * Morrison, CO [SOLD OUT] June 14 * W.C.

Mark Knopfler – I Used to Could

August 28, 2021

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Aoife O’Donovan-Tears of Healing Rain

Mike & the Mechanics – Silent Running (Can You Hear Me Running)

Prince Live at the Forum 4/28/11 – Play That Funky Music

Prince Live – Play that funky Music – Hollywood Swinging – Fantastic Voyage 4/28/11

From the Welcome 2 America Deluxe Edition Blu Ray – Live at the Forum 4/28/11 Support the Prince Estate by purchasing at “Ain’t nothing like a Purple Party” – Prince Houselights are on, but the show isn’t over, this is the third encore.

The Great Pagoda of Funn – Donald Fagen

The Great Pagoda of Funn

Provided to YouTube by Reprise The Great Pagoda of Funn · Donald Fagen Morph The Cat ℗ 2006 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S. Assistant Engineer: Allan “A.T.”

The After Party – Koffee Brown

Koffee Brown – After Party (Video Version)

Koffee Brown’s official music video for ‘After Party’. Click to listen to Koffee Brown on Spotify: As featured on Mars/Venus.

Missiles of October Band Live in Laguna Beach Marine Room Tavern

November 19, 2019

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Addie and the Breeze Live at the Corona Depot – ‘Heaven Bound’

June 30, 2019

Cover of a Kelly Willis tune, sung by Adrienne Denges.

‘California Way’ – Tim Bluhm

August 17, 2021

Tim Bluhm – California Way

A visual tone poem of the California Way. more information on songwriter Tim Bluhm can be found here:

Top Albums of 1971

August 17, 2021 –

If you could only listen to the popular music of a single year in history, what would you pick?

Actually, never mind. The correct answer is 1971 and no other will be accepted, because 50 years later, the music of 1971 remains as vital, as influential, as unsurpassed as ever it was.

Sure, the top single of the year was Three Dog Night’s “Joy To The World,” and depending on how you feel about talking bullfrogs that may or may not be your thing. But if you were to spin the AM radio dial that year you’d have also heard Rod Stewart singing “Maggie May,” Carole King with “It’s Too Late,” or Al Green crooning “Tired Of Being Alone.”

It’s the albums of 1971, though, where things really sparkle. Some were hits from the day they arrived, others overlooked at first. And the best remain influential across the decades and genres.

Here then, in no particular order, are the 12 most influential albums of 1971, each of them paired with a thematically similar record to know as well.

1. “What’s Going On,” Marvin Gaye: Consistently at the top of lists of best albums of all time and you’ll get no disagreement here. Already a star in the Motown template, Gaye forced the label to let him make a record that addressed the social issues that concerned him, from the Vietnam War to poverty, environmental crisis to police violence. A socially conscious album that speaks to and about the soul, it continues to inspire and influence today in the work of artists such as John Legend and Kendrick Lamar.

Now hear this: With “Roots,” Curtis Mayfield touched on similar themes — peace, Black power, social consciousness and the environment — against a backdrop of sweet soul music.

2. “Blue,” Joni Mitchell: Another of the all-time greats, “Blue” is a quintessential singer-songwriter album, an achievement few if any have matched. A break-up album, written after a long relationship with Graham Nash, and a short but intense one with James Taylor, the emotions are immediate and raw in songs such as “My Old Man,” the title track, “River” and “A Case of You.” Mitchell’s simple accompaniment of guitar, piano and Appalachian dulcimer only increases its beauty.

3. “Led Zeppelin IV,” Led Zeppelin: Officially untitled, the fourth album from Led Zeppelin featured the best of everything the band wanted to do: blues rock (“Black Dog” and “When The Levee Breaks”), hard rock/heavy metal (“Rock and Roll” and “Misty Mountain Hop”), folk and traditional influences (“The Battle of Evermore,” “Going To California”), and, of course, the sprawling epic of “Stairway To Heaven.” Their biggest seller, and for many their best album, this launched the band into the orbit it occupied for the rest of the decade.

4. “Tapestry,” Carole King: King already had a decade of success as a songwriter with former husband Gerry Goffin by the time “Tapestry” arrived in 1971 to establish her as a critically acclaimed and commercially success solo artist. With original songs such as “You’ve Got A Friend,” “It’s Too Late,” and “I Feel The Earth,” warm voice and strong piano-based arrangements it’s no wonder “Tapestry” become one of the best-selling albums of all-time and a model for singer-songwriters.

5. “Hunky Dory,” David Bowie: With “Hunky Dory,” Bowie started to figure out who he was or wanted to be after he returned from a failed tour of the United States. The album contains some of his most-loved songs, tracks such as “Changes,” “Oh! You Pretty Things,” and “Life On Mars?” His band also firmed up with guitarist Mick Ronson, bassist Trevor Bolder and drummer Woody Woodmansey — all of whom in 1972 would be the Spiders from Mars backing Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust persona, which supercharged his stardom.

6. “Sticky Fingers,” the Rolling Stones: With this classic album, the Rolling Stones proved you could have a second act in rock ‘n’ roll. The Beatles had broken up. The Stones’ guitarist Brian Jones was dead, their Altamont festival a disaster. But here, on their own label, free of a despised manager, they delivered a collection of classic songs that included “Brown Sugar,” “Wild Horses,” “Dead Flowers,” and “Moonlight Mile.” With the first appearance of the Stones’ lips-and-tongue logo on the album they also taught those who followed a bit about branding, too.

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11. “At Fillmore East,” The Allman Brothers Band: Live rock albums still were relatively new when the Allman Brothers Band recorded three nights at the Fillmore East in New York City in March 1971. While the Rolling Stones, the Who, the Grateful Dead and the MC5 had all found success with live LPs, “At Fillmore East” stands above those for its musical significance, capturing the band in peak form, and historical resonance -— just months after the July release of the album, guitarist Duane Allman died in a motorcycle crash, leaving this a final testament to his greatness.

Now hear this: “Aretha Live at Fillmore West” captures Aretha Franklin and her band in San Francisco, where in addition to classics such as “Respect” and “Doctor Feelgood” she covered rock numbers including Stephen Stills’ “Love the One You’re With,” the Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby,” and Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”

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