Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by goofyfish, Apr 22, 2002.
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Sly & The Family Stone - I Want To Take You Higher
your mothers got a penis: goldie lookin chain
you knows i luv you: GLC
Mike Watt - Ball-Hog or Tugboat?
kill yoursefls: mindless self indulgance
Mailbox Blues by Taj Mahal
Slavery Days by Burning Spear
Reggae popular music of Jamaican origin that combines native styles with elements of rock and soul music and is performed at moderate tempos with the accent on the offbeat .
Boots Randolph died a few weeks ago. He is credited with inventing the "yakity sax" style, although what he really did was perfect it and popularize it. It's probably called that because it was used in the Coasters' big hit, "Yakity Yak (Don't Talk Back)", and it embodies the cadence of the refrain, "Yakity Yak," as in the music for this video.
In the 1950s, when rock and roll was born, it was not clear whether the defining lead instrument of the genre was destined to be the piano or the tenor saxophone. Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis established the rock and roll piano style, and Boots Randolph established the saxophone style.
The debate came to an end unexpectedly when the guitar moved in and took over, thanks to Duane Eddy and Chuck Berry. Before that, guitar solos in rock tunes tended to be in the old-fashioned western swing style of country music, and they just weren't hot enough to compete with a rockin' piano or a yakity sax.
Interesting, thanks! Sorry to here about Boots, I didn't see anything in the news or even on any website I go to about his death.
The Sounds Of Silence by Simon and Garfunkle
thats a great tune that one Cosimc
i am listening to
Cocoa tea and Shabba Ranks - Pirates anthem
"Just because we play what the people want"
Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven
Is that all there is - Peggy Lee
Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys by Traffic Live
Part 1 . http://www.dogpile.com/info.dogpl/c....com/watch?v=9rDJvGSFY-c&mode=related&search=
Part 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bn9oIfZtPBM&mode=related&search=
Season Of The Witch by Donovon
That concert there in Santa Monica is awesome all the way through. You can download it on torrents.
In that performance, Steve Winwood totally reminds me of some kinda elf with the long, brown hair and almond eyes, heh. He's magical too! =P
Thanks but I have the song on old vynal both live and engineered.
Alices Restraunt by Arlo Guthrie (live version) 18 min. long too.
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