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    I'm listening to the r.a.d.i.o. (analog) right now, from some beautiful classical p.i.a.n.o. music.
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    Hey Northstar, have you watched this video?


    Martha Argerich, Kissin, Levine, Pletnev Bach Concerto For 4 Pianos Bwv 1065 Verbier, July 22 2002


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    I just did now. I was familiar with that Bach concerto and heard it before, from one of my CDs and also a DVD music concert video.

    Classical music is now pretty much in top of my main listening attraction, even without being an expert.
    The piano is my favorite musical instrument. ...I also love cello.

    I love solo music of those two instruments, and also small ensembles from chamber music with only three or four musicians.
    Like I said I ain't no expert but I know what I like in my soul to enter. ...And I love when I play.

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    Youn Sun Nah: Voyage



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    Quote Originally Posted by Penelopie View Post
    Hey Northstar, have you watched this video?


    Martha Argerich, Kissin, Levine, Pletnev Bach Concerto For 4 Pianos Bwv 1065 Verbier, July 22 2002

    Penelopie,

    I know this was meant for Bob, but I had to take a sneak peak!

    This is a wonderful piece! My wife and I both like it! Thanks for sharing that.

    Here's one of my favorite Mozart pieces: Sonata for Two Pianos, K448. This Sonata is just so full of pep and happiness, I get energized every time I listen to it!



    Again, thanks for sharing the video. I have to find that on CD now!


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    It makes perfect sense to me now.

    She could sing the phone book and make it sound amazing!

    I guess I don't have to tell you how awesome this album is...

    Haha, that's a great line, Doug! And totally agree with you on both counts, buddy!


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    RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - Grateful Heart: Blues & Ballads (Bullseye Blues 9565)



    Musicians: Ronnie Earl (guitar), David 'Fathead' Newman (tenor sax), Bruce Katz (piano), Rod Carey (bass), Per Hanson (drums). Composed by Kenny Burrell.
    Recorded: Carlisle, MA, June 1995


    RATING: 96/100 (learn more)
    Ronnie Earl made his name as a member (from 1979 to 1987) of the popular Roomful of Blues, whose emphasis on swinging jump blues enabled him to incorporate some of the sophistication of jazz into his incisive blues guitar style. In the '90s, Earl led a resourceful and versatile all-instrumental quartet, and the group's Grateful Heart CD won the 1996 Downbeat Critics Poll for Best Blues Album, one that Earl dedicated to Rahsaan Roland Kirk, John Coltrane, Duane Allman and David "Fathead" Newman. Not many blues musicians other than Earl were recording versions of tunes such as Monk's "'Round Midnight," Coltrane's "Alabama" and Bobby Timmons's "Moanin'," so it wasn't surprising to find Newman guesting on this session, and Earl electing to do an old Kenny Burrell ballad, "Isabella," which first appeared on Burrell's 1966 LP The Tender Gender.

    "Isabella" is one of those typically catchy, deceptively uncomplicated Burrell themes. Earl is tenderly passionate in playing the melody, with Katz's fervent and compatible comping. The pianist's solo is straight jazz, featuring lush chords and sparkling runs. Newman's discourse is blues-inflected tenor at its most majestic, his full-bodied tone and swirling phrases transporting the listener as Katz, Carey, and Hansen offer their sensitive support. Earl is reflective in a solo that contains glowing, pliant strummed passages executed with a pleasingly delicate touch, as well as tastefully apt allusions to "It Ain't Necessarily So," to which "Isabella" bears some similarity. Even the fadeout ending works for once.



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    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post
    Haha, that's a great line, Doug! And totally agree with you on both counts, buddy!
    I heard it somewhere so can't take credit, but it totally works here! It's Friday, my friend, grab an adult beverage and crank it up!
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    Had my share of shiraz, tonight. Going cycling tomorrow so I don't drink as much as I would like!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMcIntosh View Post


    I hope at least one person is enjoying my post ( after all this hard work lol )
    Paul, just listening to that one song makes me want to buy the album! Thanks for your hard work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post
    Had my share of shiraz, tonight. Going cycling tomorrow so I don't drink as much as I would like!
    Ha! Nothing kills a ride quite like a hangover! Have a good one.
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    Right on Joe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMcIntosh View Post
    RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - Grateful Heart: Blues & Ballads (Bullseye Blues 9565)



    Musicians: Ronnie Earl (guitar), David 'Fathead' Newman (tenor sax), Bruce Katz (piano), Rod Carey (bass), Per Hanson (drums). Composed by Kenny Burrell.
    Recorded: Carlisle, MA, June 1995


    RATING: 96/100 (learn more)
    Ronnie Earl made his name as a member (from 1979 to 1987) of the popular Roomful of Blues, whose emphasis on swinging jump blues enabled him to incorporate some of the sophistication of jazz into his incisive blues guitar style. In the '90s, Earl led a resourceful and versatile all-instrumental quartet, and the group's Grateful Heart CD won the 1996 Downbeat Critics Poll for Best Blues Album, one that Earl dedicated to Rahsaan Roland Kirk, John Coltrane, Duane Allman and David "Fathead" Newman. Not many blues musicians other than Earl were recording versions of tunes such as Monk's "'Round Midnight," Coltrane's "Alabama" and Bobby Timmons's "Moanin'," so it wasn't surprising to find Newman guesting on this session, and Earl electing to do an old Kenny Burrell ballad, "Isabella," which first appeared on Burrell's 1966 LP The Tender Gender.

    "Isabella" is one of those typically catchy, deceptively uncomplicated Burrell themes. Earl is tenderly passionate in playing the melody, with Katz's fervent and compatible comping. The pianist's solo is straight jazz, featuring lush chords and sparkling runs. Newman's discourse is blues-inflected tenor at its most majestic, his full-bodied tone and swirling phrases transporting the listener as Katz, Carey, and Hansen offer their sensitive support. Earl is reflective in a solo that contains glowing, pliant strummed passages executed with a pleasingly delicate touch, as well as tastefully apt allusions to "It Ain't Necessarily So," to which "Isabella" bears some similarity. Even the fadeout ending works for once.



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    I do!!
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    Asa, self-titled album. Catchy and great vocals!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMcIntosh View Post
    RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - Grateful Heart: Blues & Ballads (Bullseye Blues 9565)



    Musicians: Ronnie Earl (guitar), David 'Fathead' Newman (tenor sax), Bruce Katz (piano), Rod Carey (bass), Per Hanson (drums). Composed by Kenny Burrell.
    Recorded: Carlisle, MA, June 1995


    RATING: 96/100 (learn more)
    Ronnie Earl made his name as a member (from 1979 to 1987) of the popular Roomful of Blues, whose emphasis on swinging jump blues enabled him to incorporate some of the sophistication of jazz into his incisive blues guitar style. In the '90s, Earl led a resourceful and versatile all-instrumental quartet, and the group's Grateful Heart CD won the 1996 Downbeat Critics Poll for Best Blues Album, one that Earl dedicated to Rahsaan Roland Kirk, John Coltrane, Duane Allman and David "Fathead" Newman. Not many blues musicians other than Earl were recording versions of tunes such as Monk's "'Round Midnight," Coltrane's "Alabama" and Bobby Timmons's "Moanin'," so it wasn't surprising to find Newman guesting on this session, and Earl electing to do an old Kenny Burrell ballad, "Isabella," which first appeared on Burrell's 1966 LP The Tender Gender.

    "Isabella" is one of those typically catchy, deceptively uncomplicated Burrell themes. Earl is tenderly passionate in playing the melody, with Katz's fervent and compatible comping. The pianist's solo is straight jazz, featuring lush chords and sparkling runs. Newman's discourse is blues-inflected tenor at its most majestic, his full-bodied tone and swirling phrases transporting the listener as Katz, Carey, and Hansen offer their sensitive support. Earl is reflective in a solo that contains glowing, pliant strummed passages executed with a pleasingly delicate touch, as well as tastefully apt allusions to "It Ain't Necessarily So," to which "Isabella" bears some similarity. Even the fadeout ending works for once.



    I hope at least one person is enjoying my post ( after all this hard work lol )
    You bet Paul! ...I am a huge Ronnie Earl's fan myself. ...And I know quite a bit about the guy too, and some of his friends too.
    His Blues playing is truly unique and exceptionally soothing, straight to the soul of the matter.

    When someone, like you, take the time to talk about some' (the music) he truly loves, then that love is even more complete.
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    Arrow In the Now ::

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayooo View Post
    Hi Rayooo, thank's for the suggestion hope you don't mind that i will be putting this album in the soundtrack section, i wouldn't want anybody to miss it.

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    Fim the producer's choice! Iii ultra hd cd

    FIM THE PRODUCER'S CHOICE! III ULTRA HD LIMITED EDITION.

    Aaron Copland (1900-1990)
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    Ultra High Definition 32-Bit Mastering!
    Ultra High Definition 32-Bit Mastering is a proprietary ultra-high-quality mastering system. This leading-edge system has achieved unprecedented sonority and musicality, reproducing as closely as possible the sound of the original master tape! This format employs what is currently the highest attainable resolution bit depth (word length) in the professional audio field, i.e. 32-bit. 32-bit resolution makes possible maximized, undistorted dynamics, and the lowest noise floor, allowing even the quietest musical information to be heard more clearly. This breakthrough results from the development, through years of experience and application of advanced digital technology, of a sophisticated A/D and D/A processing system.

    Ultra HD 32-Bit Mastering does not specify a sampling rate; this allows flexibility in meticulously choosing the appropriate bandwidth for a particular recording. The higher the sampling rate -- for example, 192 kHz -- the greater the bandwidth. However, merely employing the greatest bandwidth may not guarantee the ultimate sound. With some recordings, a lower sampling rate -- 96 or 176 kHz -- may offer better musicality and more homogeneous harmonics. This determination requires careful and discerning auditioning and professional judgment. In the end, the human being’s hearing and emotions should be the final arbiter, rather than the print-out of testing equipment or technical measurements.

    Recognizing these variables, FIM nevertheless tries to use 32-bit depth and 192 kHz bandwidth whenever the original analog master is at hand. Alternatively, if the original recording is on 24/96, the 32/96 may eventually be used to maintain the integrity of the sonority particular to that recording. With this flexibility, First Impression Music believes that preeminent sound is only achievable when the chemistry of the recording, mastering, glass-stamper making, replication, and quality control is right. As always, listening is believing.

    This recording has been mastered by the new Ultra High Definition 32-Bit Mastering process, which creates an unbelievable sound surpassing other formats!

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    Love that piano playing from that video Paul. ...I do have that CD as well.

    * But mine is not Ultra HDCD encoded then, and not even HDCD, just plain CD.
    ...The first RR version (RR-25CD).
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Love that piano playing from that video Paul. ...I do have that CD as well.
    Good to know. I just purchased I and III waiting for the II ( out of stock )
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    Quote Originally Posted by bzr View Post
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    Joe Bonamassa is a fantastic guitar player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Joe Bonamassa is a fantastic guitar player.
    Bob, I agree !1 I'm listening to a song tonight that made me think you might like it, Robben Ford, "Peace On My Mind" !! Check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP View Post
    Bob, I agree !1 I'm listening to a song tonight that made me think you might like it, Robben Ford, "Peace On My Mind" !! Check it out.
    I know the guitar Blues playing of Robben Ford Mark; got few CDs of his.


    It's alright; has to or I wouldn't have him in my contemporary Blues music collection.
    Bonamassa is more in tune with my own soul, and technically more advanced. ...As far as playing the electric Blues guitar is.

    One of these days Alice, ...I'm going to have a special thread just on Blues, and stuff I like plus....
    But for now that Blues music thread would do, with Bradley to take care of it, and myself in joining in once in a while, and others as well, like you Mark.
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    Keiko Lee

    Keiko Lee - This is Keiko Lee

    At the age of 21 piano and began to learn, and become a professional as a pianist. Activities and as a pianist, it was the leadership at the music school in the jazz house or the hotel lounge, but also recommend turning around to vocalist after there.
    1995 debut album "IMAGINE". In singing and husky voice, it evaluates to "singing voice and instrument Watariaeru" from the musicians who played. Been noted in the "We Will Rock You" in 2001, selling 20 million copies of exceptional jazz album released in the next year "Voices". Win Triple Crown "female vocal department," "jazzman of the Year," "Album of the Year (Voices)" in the popular vote by readers of Swing Journal in 2003. Released the album at the rate of one in almost a year and recording actively as well as jazz standards, and original music, live is also going to vigorously ranging from jazz house, live in a small house from the hall class.
    2000 utilizing the arm was originally pianist, was released the "Letter from Rome" album of songs piano recital with a musical instrument. Credit pianist album number of the person to other.
    2005 past work has been relapse.
    Participated with Murakami "Ponta" Shuichi et al drummer anniversary ceremony of his alma mater in the past, have been to a mini live in front of the student.

    She dose have a unique voice .... Kind of like Korean "Shirley Horn"



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    She's Japanese Paul? ...You would never guess just by listening to her without seeing her.

    One thing I'm going to say: The 'echoish' sound of her voice through the mic, that for me kills her true essence. Understand, it is the one who recorded that video I seen right here who is to blame. I don't know her albums, as I never listened to her before. ...But I sure hope that there isn't any echoes through the mic recording, and final mixing.
    I'm just honest Paul; I express what I hear, and I know that a youtube video cannot do justice to her.

    * Does your own recording contains that similar effect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    I know the guitar Blues playing of Robben Ford Mark; got few CDs of his.


    It's alright; has to or I wouldn't have him in my contemporary Blues music collection.
    Bonamassa is more in tune with my own soul, and technically more advanced. ...As far as playing the electric Blues guitar is.

    One of these days Alice, ...I'm going to have a special thread just on Blues, and stuff I like plus....
    But for now that Blues music thread would do, with Bradley to take care of it, and myself in joining in once in a while, and others as well, like you Mark.
    Bob, I agree on Joe Bonamassa. I really love the words to "Peace On My Mind" !!
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