Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Aug 26, 2018.
The Interrupters - She’s Kerosene
First half is boring but around 2:50 starts a great guitar solo
The below track was one of the songs that really showed how much better the Bifrost 2 is when compared to the Topping D50.
Today I decided to do a Rush marathon starting with Fly By Night, in honor of the late & great Neil Peart. Currently on A Farewell to Kings. Xanadu is such a fantastic song!
The Exit Stage Left version of that song is my favorite.
great cut! ska lives...
James Horner - Krull
Since Stan Kirsch passed away this weekend I've been on a Highlander kick...
Nice...! but such a reshuffling, watered down version of this, the good parts at least (checked, it's a year before) ^ it seemed. so. damn. familiar haha.
Like a lot of folks I'm re-listening to Rush.
I've always really liked the album Test for Echo - here's the title track.
Also - I found a long interview with Neil Peart where he talks about how he became a drummer and how he re-invented his drumming (after 30 ish years) etc., There is a clip of him drumming to Test for Echo (at about 28:30 mins) which really highlighted for me some of his incredible skill and musicianship.
Pianist/organist Larry Goldings continues to make great music with SCARY POCKETS. They collaborated on a series of LG originals in mid-2018 & are back for more. IMO some of the most recent recordings are lounge/chill masterclasses--such as "Chill Bill," an homage to throwback west coast cinema a la Quentin Tarantino.
This is a movie soundtrack just waiting for the right movie...love that wavery pitch Leslie drum sound.
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