I don’t know if you guys have seen this yet, but I find it fascinating how the original and current creative processes found symmetry.
What they were able to do with Get Back/Let it Be and Revolver was phenomenal.
I preordered the new Red and Blue albums for later this month. I have all the other rereleases so far.
I watched Echo3 on Apple and this guitar theme is so beautiful… Doesn’t seem to be released anywhere though.
Bumped into this one centuries ago on one of my historical bookstore music-section-headphone explorations. I’ve always thought of it as the Snake Charmer Tune.
That was a good one! and I LOVE Lindsay Stirling. We go see her every time she’s in town. This was a fantastic match up of talent and styles
I had to look up who Lindsay Stirling is… will def check out more of her music (I’m a bit of a sucker for instrumental)
Much like this -
But at the moment I’m getting my ‘folk’ on…
I read an article in the news today that Shane McGowan is doing rather poorly so I’m warming up with some Dropkick Murphys and one of my all time favourite Australian bands:
If you are a fan of drums, Metal, or just talented musicians, let me introduce you to El Estepario Siberiano. Quite possibly THE best drummer… probably in the world. The guy is magic!
I have seen a few of his videos (in fact I think we had at least one of them here on Mudspike) and he is really good.
I know nothing about drumming but I enjoy some of his videos a lot.
I admire his skill, but the music is not served well with what he does. Total overload. My opinion.
This is a great drummer, I‘d like to be like him:
Yeah, jazz drumming is an art form as well. I am a big fan of music, in general. There’s probably something in every genre I like. I guess this is just a taste thing. I haven’t touched a stick in 25 years, but I have mad respect or what he did in that video.