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    Here is a great live version from '09 with some great fretwork starting at about 4:15...
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    Talking

    Just listened to "21st Century Schizoid Man" by King Crimson. One of my favorite songs that I don't get tired of after all these years.
    Just another tricky day. C5/6 incomplete, 43 years out.

    You'll get through.

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    Some secular tunes for Easter:

    Ella Fitzgerald "A-Tisket, A-Tasket"

    White Rabbit- Jefferson Airplane

    In Your Easter Bonnet-Irv. Berlin/ Judy Garland, Fred Astaire

    Keep Your Sunny Side Up-- Johnny Hamp & The Kentucky Serenaders

    Annette Hanshaw- Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love:
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    RIP, Richie Havens.

    A giant.


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    The other day, a facebook friend posted a song that I probably hadn't heard since 1983. Last night, during an all night bout of insomnia, the chorus of this song continuously went through my head for hours and hours.

    Sylvia - Nobody
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F81XpfDKbQI

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    David Bowie - Buddha from Suburbia "soundtrack" a real David Bowie album

    An interesting find.

    I recently picked up David Bowie's The Next Day compact disc and looking through his other selections I came across this unpopular release which blew me away! It's nothing like any of his previous released material even the 80's popular Let's Dance or the 70's Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.

    The Buddha from Suburbia "soundtrack," a real David Bowie album. It was a book and an UK mini-series. Some tracks are just instrumental and its hard to describe! Some tracks are like jazz fusion, piano solo, snare drum and high-hat, cymbals, Yanni, saxaphone, pop, rock, bass and classical jazz all mixed into one. The liner notes indicate some sounds were recorded backwards to produce. Interesting recording concept but Mr. Bowie used all of his previous experience to record this compact disc.

    Mr. Bowie was given free liberty for 5 day do anything he wanted to produce and record. Took 15 days to mix due to technical difficulties. It's an incredible compact disc. What else is so intriguing is in the liner notes Mr. Bowie plays almost all of the instruments! He had help with the piano from Mr. Mike Garson.

    What is so provocative is in the UK/Europe version he writes a long message in the liner notes with a high level of intelligence. His writing is very structured and strong using some high level vocabulary.

    By the way, this compact disc was recorded back in 1995. Release in the US in 2007.

    This was the only hit, The Buddha from Suburbia which there are two versions on this disc. One with Lenny Kravitz.

    If any one has a vinyl copy of YAMAHA Sessions II, The Buddha from Suburbia falls in line with it. I haven't listen to the radio since 1990 and I still use my first compact disc player the YAMAHA CD-1. Beautiful unit if you ever saw one. Red LEDs for display. Looks great at night!


    This is the first video from the compact disc.



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    powerful song:


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    Frippertronics Demonstration by Robert Fripp performed on the Midnight Special TV show October 5th, 1979.



    Dedicating this performance to the proposition of hazard.
    Just another tricky day. C5/6 incomplete, 43 years out.

    You'll get through.

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