That marvelous masterpiece of film music that is "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End". Twice in the car yesterday (I was on the road for eight hours), and now listening to the track "At Wit's End" a couple of times before I go to bed.
In tribute to Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Command Module Pilot, who remained in orbit while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, and then brought them all safely home. He passed away today. RIP, Michael, and thank you for your service.
ran into this 1996 clip a few days ago. Not my kind of music, but I dig the drumming and dynamics in this clip.
My neighbour is a professional drummer, lately a professional handyman around his house because of the lack of gigs ( always wanted to use this word). He is very good, and looks like the drummer from the muppet show. And when he’s practising in his well but not 100% isolated shed, it’s actually not annoying. I find myself bobbing along behind my laptop doing my own work.
In this clip they added a Dutch drummer ‘Willem Jansen’, the tall curly guy doing his thing on African jambee’s (or what they are called). Sepultura apparently loved this guy. He looks exactly like my neighbour on the other side of the street (WTF moment) who is also on very much into African jambee.
CKiW iRadio 76. The Guess Who "Dancin' Fool", leading into the Beach Boys "Your Summer Dream".
Found this by accident. A relatively new station on the 'net. They advertise themselves as "High performance hits of the 60's and 70's", no commercials, 100% free. No computer generated playlist, they assemble it themselves. Sometimes they have live DJ shows.
I've heard everything from early 60's Do Wop, Rockabilly, Blues, Motown, some novelty tunes, up through 70's metal. This morning I've heard the Stones, Cheap Trick, Allman Bros., the Beatles, Lovin' Spoonful, etc. etc.