What are you listening to these days? - Page 15
I totally forgot to say that my husband took me to see Gordon Lightfoot at the Foz Theatre, WOW!! It was great! He's 75 years young and still going strong!
... all very talented and beautiful, strong, confident women.
I love Alicia Keys music that she writes herself, Fallin is on the top of my playlist
I was in love with her. There's a whole collection of videos with Cesar Camargo Mariano, the pianist, his husband for a while, and a great musician.
It's been awhile since I added to this thread. One of my new favorites is "Postmodern Jukebox" and the whole genre of taking today's popular songs and reimagining them as songs from earlier genres, with a heavy emphasis on jazz styles.
K Girl, I try not to listen to the Edmund Fitzgerald tune too often. Love it, but my youngest brother died in a boating accident on Lake Michigan in November. A little too much emotional baggage.
My primary source of income these days is computer consulting, so I work from home. I pretty much have the radio glued to 90.9 - one of the most interesting radio stations on the planet, KRCL. [ krcl.org ] The Rolling Stones, Tony Bennet and Prince within a half hour time frame, and it doesn't seem strange. Really liking this group:
My condolences TF, sorry to hear.
I've been finding a lot of fun listening to 2CELLOS doing covers of EVERYTHING.
ACDC - Thunderstruck
Vivaldi - Allegro (live)
MTV - Time of Your Life (smooth criminal)
Nirvahna - Smells Like Teen Spirit
... and yes they do destroy that many bows... not to mention the cellos... they aren't fake and they take a beating.
I'll edit add this one...it will make you cry.
Johny Cash - Hurt, Live in Arena Zagreb
Edited by MichaelGA - 3/11/14 at 7:47pm
PP, I hope you saw this group at work around the Barcelona cathedral in the Barri Gottic area. I stayed for a very long time to hear them and bought a CD. Incredible music that contributed to that unbelievable experience that is called Barcelona. Enjoy!
This is the picture I took of the group setting up. Not sure it was them.. but it was so terribly romantic.
The group you posted sounds so amazingly beautiful, by the way.
Edited by Pollopicu - 3/12/14 at 9:41am
How did I miss this thread so far???
You may also like this one. Heavy stuff for anyone who grew up during the Cold War: