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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  Sputnik on Sat 04 Dec 2010, 02:55

All dwelling in one house are strange brothers three,
as unlike as any three brothers could be,
yet try as you may to tell brother from brother,
you'll find that the trio resemble each other.
The first isn't there, though he'll come beyond doubt.
The second's departed, so he's not about.
The third and the smallest is right on the spot,
And manage without him the others could not.
Yet the third factor with which to be reckoned
Because the first brother turns into the second.
You cannot stand back and observe number three,
For one of the others is all you will see.
So tell me, my child, are the three of them one?
Or are there but two? Or could there be none?
Just name them, and you will at once realize
That each rules a kingdom of infinite size.
They rule it together and are it as well.
In that, they're alike, so where do they dwell?





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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 04 Dec 2010, 12:55

la da dee la da da , i know them all

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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  seraphim on Sat 18 Dec 2010, 06:26

Forgiven


anonymous 4


Chopin Ballade no.2
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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 02:09

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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  tgII on Wed 22 Dec 2010, 23:51

Kapis, from the Yardbirds?! Nice.

Did I post this video somewhere else? Can't remember. Anyway,
here's some guitar playing you won't easily forget:

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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 23 Dec 2010, 02:51

Yeah i have memories of a frasca being posted somewhere , highly talented

Reference that yardbird number , jimmy pages spanish guitar work is excellent , dont know why he never produced more stuff with a spanish rythym twist
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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 24 Dec 2010, 23:56

Whenever I am sitting at my computer I have a guitar strapped around my neck and am practicing or playing something. Right now I am practicing some exotic Indian scales which is fresh ground for me...even improvising with them and with the right effects is just mindblowing...

Located at the top of my keyboard and in front of my monitor is this lovely gem that I got for a good deal used in a pawn shop for $200 about five years ago...

The Boss GT6 Guitar Effects Processor...it does everything but suck my dick...


And when I am not cranking out on this thing...then I am usually playing on my Brazilian-made 1968 Giannini. They were cheap low-end guitars for flamenco and most consider them bottom of the barrel...but the damn thing sounds sweeeeeeeeeet. I can't find a guitar that sounds as good even in the $500 category. You know...the guitar is shaped after woman's body. So I beat on this old bitch whenever I can. It was given to me by a client who thanked me for solving the problem of their migraines. The thing was broken and its case disintegrating into powder...I fixed her up and now she is my mistress.

I can do the keyboard parts of this song (with guitar and effects) and the guitar parts quite well. This song and album was a journey moved me greatly when I first heard it. Maybe it was the sativa blend in my favorite waterpipe ("El Kabong") at the time.





This tune just melted me when I first heard it.


My mother made a Christmas album with her husband who is a sound engineer and guitarist in their home studio about three years ago. It came out pretty good, and I was cranking it up today for a little holiday spirit. One of her life's highlights was when the two of them visited Manhattan and went into Les Paul's club. Les was there and she got to sing five songs with him on stage in front of the audience...as my mother knows many of the songs he did with Mary Ford. They didn't know Les but during a five minute conversation he was convince enough to call her up and do her thing...and they got it recorded on mini-disc. RIP Les.

I know, I know...why El Kabong?...it's quite academic really...



In a series of episodes, Quick Draw McGraw would also assume the identity of the masked vigilante "El Kabong" (a parody of Zorro, known in the Spanish-dubbed version as "El Caba-Zorro"). His introduction went as follows – "Of all the heroes in legend and song, there's none as brave as El Kabong" – As El Kabong, Quick Draw would attack his foes by swooping down on a soap on a rope with the onomatopoeiac war cry "KABOOOOOONG!", or, at times, "OLAYYYYEEEE!" and hitting them on the head with an acoustic guitar (when he wasn't crashing into cliffs) which is always referred to as a "kabonger", producing a distinctive kabong sound and usually destroying the guitar in the process. The "guitar" was usually drawn as a four stringed quatro. On the cartoon's soundtrack, the "kabong" sound effect was produced by a foley artist striking the detuned open strings of a cheap acoustic guitar. (Without any of the obvious cartoon theatrics, this would also be reprised by several professional wrestlers, most notably Jeff Jarrett, referred to then either under El Kabong's name or as the "Acoustic Equalizer".)

So yes my bong was named after a guitar, but I played guitar whilst playing my bong.
Damn...that shit will fuck you up if you smoke a lot of it for too long...
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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 25 Dec 2010, 08:39

Sweet.

Flames...
Do you know of the Stype brothers who used to own the music store called "The Banjo Shop" on Johnson Street in Hollywood, Florida?
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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  tgII on Sat 25 Dec 2010, 09:28

And now for some 'fun':

The Led Zepplin brings back memories; and Qsc, I've got
good news for you, but before I bring you good news, just
a reminder:

  • ...it does everything but suck my dick...


And now, something special for Qsc, consider it a 'Christmas
present'; for those lonely nights when your sitting at your keyboard
and the only missing component for that gadget you described for us
is this sexy chick. Word on the beach is that this chick rocks:



Flames, it was Steve Hackett; both his Spectral Mornings
and Sierra Quemada. These are for you, Flames, my digital
brother.





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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 25 Dec 2010, 10:18

Word on the beach is that this chick rocks:
Dude...that piece of ass is just...
wrong.
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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 26 Dec 2010, 20:21

uuuuggggghhhhh that ass almost made me throw up

When I am connected with music, it sort of feels like evil itself can't fuck with me. I'm kind of being metaphorical with that, but also kind of serious too. I wonder if having music playing creates a sort of energetic web, that wards off all of the signals, energies, and waves we are bombarded with from technology, and negative people. Or I may be looking too deeply into it too.

Flames , i thing you tuned into something here to do with energy dynamics when the emotions are engaged in something actively creative

i needed an antidote to that aboveass effect

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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 03 Mar 2011, 00:09

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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 16 Mar 2011, 22:05

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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 01 May 2011, 00:00

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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 12 Jun 2011, 03:09

sounds very interesting flames, will check this one out
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Re: Classical Tracks

Post  Sputnik on Sun 03 Jul 2011, 19:52

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