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post #211 of 560

gives me goosebumps every time....happy holidays!

http://youtu.be/stI29l9C4qM

joey

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post #212 of 560

M83 just for a change

http://youtu.be/vvU_73D_WvA

http://youtu.be/cCBX74ukL_o

joey


Edited by durangojo - 1/8/12 at 7:49am

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post #213 of 560

 

What I listen to when I cook and at home or on my MP5 :

 

 

Michael Jackson : This is it

 

IL Divo :  Greatest Hits

 

The Best of Broadway: Phantom of the Opera

 

Shakira :  She Wolf

 

Oldies but Goodies Collections 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s

 

The Motown Story ( this is my  favourite  music )  

 

Carlos Santana, Black Magic Woman

 

The Doors

 

The Beatles

 

I have very varied music taste running the gamut of the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and present, and in Italian, Spanish or English predominately ...

 

Margcata

 

post #214 of 560

 

PLACIDO DOMINGO

 

 

Opera King Placido is unbelievable ... Got to see him sing with Luciano Pavoratti, several years ago at the Philharmonic in NYC -- also with José Carerrera ... they sang in Italian, English, Spanish, French --- the repertoire of traditional Christmas carols and Famed operas. FABULOUS.

 

LOVELY TO LISTEN TOO ...

 

Margacata

post #215 of 560

aah placido...he just to seems to get better and better with age! i have the the three tenors cd..pavarotti, carreras, placido...the kind of music that keeps you in goosebumps!

joey

food is like love...it should be entered into with abandon or not at all        Harriet Van Horne

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post #216 of 560

I love each of them Joey, especially the Samuel Barber.  What a performance!

D

post #217 of 560

For my second post I bring you:

 

1. The Tuneyards  http://youtu.be/_wjrmjvfsa8

2. Jason Molina http://youtu.be/ER9Oesk5obk

3. Trainwreck Riders http://youtu.be/VJgl2DhoARg

 

 

post #218 of 560

Recently I've been spending a lot of time listening to 40's jazz and Big Band...and all the singers that go along with that era.  Yes, I know, I'm strange.  Hardcore Industrial and Punk one day and 40's Swing the next!!!smile.gif

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post #219 of 560

Like you, Margata, I love Placido Domingo.  But BDL introduced me to someone else that I love on this thread.

Jussi Bjorling (with Robert Merrill) http://youtu.be/9ekaMQP_Fwc

 

If you like Placido, you'll love this guy.

Thanks BDL, I had never heard of him before.

D

BTW here is another P. Domingo song that I love, another Ernesto LaCuona song.  What a composer!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc_pfD-71B0&feature=colike

http://youtu.be/-Jt2VcBI4EY (La Golondrina)
 

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PLACIDO DOMINGO

 

 

 



 


Edited by IndyGal - 1/13/12 at 1:19pm
post #220 of 560

Joey, I love this song, but..... Sting and Miller should NEVER sing with Domingo, he just overwhelms them.  And I really like both of them.

DD

post #221 of 560

@ Chef Ross,

 

Fifties. Fun music. I recall an older sibling real into these tunes. I had even gone to a Murray the Kaye Live Concert in NYC as a child. Super.

 

The Locomotion, Baile La Bamba - Ritchie Valenzuela, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, The Platters, Little Anthony, Little Ritchie, Little Eva and the Turkey Trot, Murray the Kaye --- 1950s greatest hits is an old time enjoyment of mine too, totally cool music.


Edited by margcata - 1/15/12 at 4:56am
post #222 of 560

 

@ Chef How: Neil Diamond, cool... Adored his music when I was a teenager ... Is he still producing music ? I have his greatest hits album. Suspicious Minds is an old time fave hit.

 

@ Indygirl: Thanks for the music tip. I shall enquire at Fnac, the largest music Department Store in Madrid.

 

Margcata.    

post #223 of 560

another great female artsit has passed, ms. etta james..in her honor.....

http://youtu.be/YApNirMC9gM

http://youtu.be/_1uunRdQ61M

http://youtu.be/ahob4g7Aw58

joey


Edited by durangojo - 1/21/12 at 10:34am

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post #224 of 560

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post #226 of 560

Dave Matthews Band just released a live album from a stop on this year's Caravan. The show is from night 3 in Atlantic City at Bader Field. I was there! I have never been 'part' of a live album, so the new release has been in heavy rotation on my iTunes. Fantastic musicians!! Hoping for a full-on tour this summer... I'm going to play a gypsy and follow them around North America.

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post #227 of 560

my very favorite valentine song....enjoy!!!

joey

 

http://youtu.be/ux2LJ4y7SG8

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post #228 of 560

Great song!  Thank you, Joey.  I'm trying to remember the version of My Funny Valentine it was that I couldn't get enough of years ago.  I'll edit and add it if I can remember.  Might have been Leslie Uggams.

 

What a shame that we lost Whitney Houston.  She could have been the female Sinatra if she had not gotten her head messed up with drugs.  What I liked about her was that she just stood there and made music, and didn't do all that prancing around with dance numbers, etc.  She let her voice do it all.

And of course, losing Etta James was a huge loss too.  But at least she lived a good long life.

 

Meantime, here is an Etta James song, one that I think was actually improved on by Stevie Nicks.

http://youtu.be/IHnXhk_qu1Y

DD


Edited by IndyGal - 2/14/12 at 11:42am
post #229 of 560

indygal,

yes, my funny valentine is timeless...miles davis's cover gives me goosebumps.....

sadly, etta james did not escape life without the baggage of drug and alcohol addiction...for years...then she was diagnosed with leukemia and diabeties later in her life...what is amazing is that she lived as long as she did really. don't know why it seems that so many great artists are seduced by drugs, but then again i guess that's part of what seduction does.... its one of the most dangerous positions people can find themselves in ...the i'd rather get high than take care of myself position, whatever the drug of choice is ...jim morrison, janis joplin, jimi hendrix, coltrane, miles, billie, charlie parker..too many to name...so sad.....heroin has been replaced by something else, but there has always been the booze, or love.... at least in the culinary underbelly it's usually alcohol, coke and weed.

joey


Edited by durangojo - 2/16/12 at 10:52am

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post #230 of 560

Boy there are a slew of them, aren't there?  And then all the self-destructive ones that seem to find ways to make themselves miserable no matter what.  Like Liza Minelli.  Say what you will, she is loved by so many people, and yet she finds ways to alienate fans and friends.  I think the only singers who seem to hangin there are those who eventually go into charitable work.  Getting outside themselves.   I guess that was why I was never the musician I hoped I would be.   I didn't like drugs or alcohol.  :)

 

- used to play piano - not especially well, but good enough to fool my small church.  :)  I wanted to be Horowitz and would up being "horror-witz"

post #231 of 560

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hweZGoG58cY&feature=related

 

Okay guys, I'm sitting on the lawn at the Wakiki Shell with a group of friends...

We have a basket of goodies, cheeses, wines, fruits, all sort of tasty treats

it's a beautiful night in paradise 

 we are watching and listening to one of the best songtresses (not counting Whitney of course)

... I use to have all of Anita Baker's LP, yes I said vinyl records, and after Ms Houston's passing it got to thinking of the gals of that time...

Please enjoy, she's great!!

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post #232 of 560

Kgirl,

 

sounds like your having a good time.

 

 

I am listening to jazz and blues tonight, I posted before on Mel. Don Henley , come rain or shine is good too.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVRgut_EPzQ&feature=related

 

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post #233 of 560

I should have mentioned, that it was the 80’s that I was reminiscing about…

But I sure do wish I could be at The Waikiki Shell right about now!!

Stretched out on a nice blanket on the lawn (maybe a couple of huge cushions too), under that big starry sky, a bottle of wine and thee…

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post #234 of 560

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0fQm9OsMcw

 

this song more than any other makes me cry, my heart breaks

braddah Iz is so good, but this one takes me home

I'm sitting on the beach in Kailua

 

 

http://www.hawaiian105.com/

 

 

please enjoy live streaming Hawaiian music

 

 


Edited by kaneohegirlinaz - 2/25/12 at 7:36pm

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post #235 of 560

 

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braddah Iz is so good

no doubt, so is

 

Keola Beamer - Eku'u Morning Dew

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_onb0jkj0jg

 

cry and smile at same time

 

 

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post #236 of 560

oh my cheflayne, thank you

I grew up with this, learning this

their Mom,Winona Beamer, was my teacher in school

She had a profound impact on my life as a kid

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post #237 of 560

Nice sound ladies.

 

Tonight I am on Blues.....and Joe has the stuff ....http://youtu.be/5YCIzYOdB_w gosh , I have his concerts live and how can you beat it ? best Blues solo ever http://youtu.be/sRxqYoZiYPU

 

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post #238 of 560

i've had enough mexican and mariachi music to last me for awhile so whadya say ladies and gents?...let's go to cuba!!!

http://youtu.be/CHq2eLn9q0M

http://youtu.be/9dh90sTlSOs

http://youtu.be/-UIiYxXW32s

 

joey

food is like love...it should be entered into with abandon or not at all        Harriet Van Horne

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post #239 of 560

Well, geek that I am, I am going to a Theater Organ concert Sunday.  The organ is restored and housed at a high school performance center.  The organist will be a Brit, Simon Gledhill.  http://www.cicatos.org/   I have never heard him before, but understand he is good.  There is a youtube link in case anyone else here claims the geek designation besides me.  :)

DD


Edited by IndyGal - 3/9/12 at 11:31am
post #240 of 560

 Barbra.....forever timeless,  forever wonderful,  forever appropos....

 

http://youtu.be/Y9yepsv842U

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