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byPublished on 10-08-2015 06:45 PM Number of Views: 29
Name the song, the band, and the lead singer/bass player who performed these lyrics. Try not to use the internet to research.
“No money could save him so he laid down and he died.”
"So ya thought ya might like to go to the show." ...
byPublished on 10-08-2015 06:30 PM Number of Views: 34
Halloween is a lot of fun here on Thunder Row, so we're going to try and make it MORE SO this time around.
I still have ONE promo CD copy of Lane Baldwin's THE VIEW FROM HERE, autographed by Lane and everythang!
We're gonna give it away in ...
byPublished on 10-01-2015 09:15 PM Number of Views: 65
The use of the Fermata gives the orchestra, singers, or any any other type of musical performer the expressive ability to extend a note well beyond the intended length, or clip it short and hold a timed silence to add feeling to ...
byPublished on 09-29-2015 01:25 AM Number of Views: 102
Steve Swallow With Robert Creeley - So There
Genre - Jazz/Spoken Word
Jazz and poetry just seem to go together. You get a trio - say, bass, piano, and drums - on stage to lay down tunes, and there’s always somebody in the crowd who’s imagining what words would go well with the music. I’m not thinking lyrics, but simply verse you might want to read to the backdrop of sound. And if that person was to get on stage with the band and start reading those words, the entire show would take on a whole new vibe. The audience would be treated to a third creation, improvisational and new.