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alchemikey 11-29-2009 08:21 PM

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Tango 11-29-2009 11:05 PM

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Dance to the Music.....


Sly.........


Trooly,


Tango

Tango 11-29-2009 11:16 PM

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CAR WASH


Rolls Royce...........(Rose; no one laughed)


Trooly,


Tango

Tango 11-30-2009 01:14 AM

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You Belong to Me



Carly Simon....


Trooly,


Tango

Phtha 11-30-2009 01:44 AM

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Thanks for that I had never heard of him before. Awesome stuff.

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheObserver (Post 192237)
The video that put Stanley on the 'map' in '85:



Here are a few versions of Paganini's Caprice no 5

http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/lan...s/paganini.jpg



Violin



Electric Guitar:


Steel String Guitar:

Classical Guitar:

That steel stringer from Canada is my fave of the bunch. :thumb_yello:

TheObserver 11-30-2009 03:05 AM

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Phtha i agree the steel stringer takes the prize, the classical dude is a close second but he gets a lot of points taken away
for adding reverb in "post production" (he's in a garage, not an airplane hanger!) :original:

Ross H 11-30-2009 03:37 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by TheObserver (Post 192601)
Phtha i agree the steel stringer takes the prize, the classical dude is a close second but he gets a lot of points taken away
for adding reverb in "post production" (he's in a garage, not an airplane hanger!) :original:

To much reverb INDEED, tho his right hand technique is very good which gives him the prize from me.:thumb_yello: something about the nylon sound:original:

Thanks Phtha.

Tango 11-30-2009 04:48 AM

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You Make Me Feel Like Dancing


Leo Sayer


Trooly,


Tango

Northern Boy 11-30-2009 04:56 AM

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Extreme - Peacemaker Die



Ross H 11-30-2009 05:19 AM

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A most beautiful song...


Peace.

Tango 11-30-2009 05:29 AM

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The Power of Love


Huey Lewis....


Trooly,



Tango

Tango 11-30-2009 03:05 PM

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Christina Aguilera's Car Wash Today....


" You might not ever get rich... But, it sure beats digging a ditch..."

" Workin' at the Car Wash, Keep those lines and machines runnin'..."

" Work that, Work that, work that thang, baby... Workin' at the Car Wash "



Trooly,


Tango

Phtha 12-01-2009 06:32 AM

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Yah that classical guitarist from Caprice 5 was insanly fast, especially with his chromatic scale up and down the neck and strings, most people play that part all hammer on and hammer off, he was just flying,:lmao: but I think the reverb did it in for me too.

Here is 2 versions of Paganini's Caprice #24.

http://bama.ua.edu/~emartin/gn571/de...s/paganini.jpg



They are both played on the classical guitar but they contrast nice with each other as the musicians have a completely different play style from each other.

Eliot Fisk plays with lots of passion and risk taking, risk taking meaning it is being played outside of what a musician would consider a safe zone so the risk for a misplayed note can be quite considerable.

The other player, Li Jie, is conservative and more relaxed but at the same time she is absolutely flawless in execution.

First the risk taker, I had the pleasure of seeing this guy play live when he was in Canada a few years back.

He plays the song in roughly 4 and a half minutes.




Next Li Jie, the same song but it takes about 3 minutes longer then fisk:




For me.. it is a tough call but I would have to go Li Jie, just because of how she plays so effortlessly, just like she is sitting down having a cup of tea or something.

Luminari 12-01-2009 06:40 AM

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Right, I see... this is where everyone went, Lounge not good enough for you.

Thanks alot guys.


TheObserver 12-01-2009 08:00 AM

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filmed by Johnathan Demme


Initiate 12-01-2009 08:13 AM

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anyone know how to link an flash swf movie?

anyway, here is an excellent url:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xne...edoor_creation

14 Chakras 12-01-2009 08:46 AM

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Initiate,

Gratitude for sharing that link, inspiring and very nice. To me, it says Ascension All the Way ;)

That's the kind of stuff we need to Ascend Now ~ Connect to the divinity within where All is given unto us

Initiate 12-01-2009 08:51 AM

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I knew you would enjoy it :) "The door"

here is something from the same author.


Tango 12-01-2009 09:52 AM

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I put music on both threads so I can pick up music for whichever area I'm at
in the Forum and I want to change songs... I always have music playing in the
background... Usually the Sub, is kickin' P r e t t y Hard when I'm reading or
posting on the Forum. If your thread is slow we can change that !

And the Lounge is a wonderful place to Visit... I normally just go in to grab
music, I don't stick around... AND, sometime you even have people under the
tables. hi... hi... Thank you, for the reminder... And, FYI... I like the Location
of your Place right in the middle of the Block... Ideal, just jumpin' in to to grab
a quick ' Piece ' before headin' out to read Don't cha know...

When I git ta postin' I got to post stuff that has some K I C K to it....

Did You ever sit on a " Sub Wolfer ".... Your A S S feels like your sitting on
a " Harley "... When it REALLY ' Thumps.' Sorry... I'll make a point of stopping
by...


Trooly,


Tango



[QUOTE=Luminari;192967]
Right, I see... this is where everyone went, Lounge not good enough for you.

Thanks alot guys.

Zeddo 12-01-2009 09:54 AM

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Luminari 12-01-2009 12:34 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Tango (Post 193005)
I put music on both threads so I can pick up music for whichever area I'm at
in the Forum and I want to change songs... I always have music playing in the
background... Usually the Sub, is kickin' P r e t t y Hard when I'm reading or
posting on the Forum. If your thread is slow we can change that !

And the Lounge is a wonderful place to Visit... I normally just go in to grab
music, I don't stick around... AND, sometime you even have people under the
tables. hi... hi... Thank you, for the reminder... And, FYI... I like the Location
of your Place right in the middle of the Block... Ideal, just jumpin' in to to grab
a quick ' Piece ' before headin' out to read Don't cha know...

When I git ta postin' I got to post stuff that has some K I C K to it....

Did You ever sit on a " Sub Wolfer ".... Your A S S feels like your sitting on
a " Harley "... When it REALLY ' Thumps.' Sorry... I'll make a point of stopping
by...


Trooly,


Tango


:mfr_lol: Thanks Tango, next time I'm sittin' on a subwoofer I'll think of you.

Zeddo you're leaving? We can throw a going away party for you if you tell me when.. but it would be better if you stayed. :wink2:

mudra 12-02-2009 01:05 AM

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A song from Bushy

YouTube- Enigma - Return to innocence
Love Always
mudra

mudra 12-02-2009 01:13 AM

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This is for you Zeddo ..
You are leaving too soon my friend ...still lots to learn.
This is only a school and we are allowed mistakes ...
by making them we only help one another to polish our hearts .
Hope you reconsider ...

My Love for You Always
mudra

YouTube- You've got a friend - James Taylor

mudra 12-02-2009 01:25 AM

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YouTube- Enigma- Eyes of Truth
Love Always
mudra

mudra 12-02-2009 04:00 PM

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YouTube- James Taylor, Your Smiling Face

Love Always
mudra


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