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Jools Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra (also known as Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra) is a rhythm and blues band led by boogie-woogie pianist Jools Holland. Holland formed the band in 1994. The current 20-piece band consists of piano, organ, drums, female vocals, electric guitar, bass guitar, alto saxophones, tenor saxophones, baritone saxophones, trumpets, and trombones. Jools Holland - piano, guitar, vocals. Ruby Turner - vocals. Louise Marshall - vocals.
Portrait of Alban Berg, 1909. Berg had little formal music education before he became a student of Arnold Schoenberg in October 1904. With Schoenberg, he studied counterpoint, music theory, and harmony. By 1906 he was studying music full-time; by 1907 he began composition lessons. His student compositions included five drafts for piano sonatas. Settings of aphoristic poetic utterances, the songs are accompanied by a very large orchestra. The performance caused a riot, and had to be halted. Berg is remembered as one of the most important composers of the 20th century and the most widely performed opera composer among the Second Viennese School. He is said to have brought more "human values" to the twelve-tone system, his works seen as more "emotional" than Schoenberg's. Critically, he is seen as having preserved the Viennese tradition in.
This is an absolutely superb LP of classic Detroit sound techno (produced by 2 English blokes) that is still very playable. Especially the track 'Logical Progression' with its repeated rock, rockets voice sample and rolling bassline. These guys were later to (sadly) become 'Altern 8' and grace the world with dodgy rave rubbish-ness
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Yellow Magic Orchestra. There are two mixes of this album which have been released and reissued in several countries over the years: the original Japanese version and a remixed US version. The cover art featuring a lady holding a fan denotes the US mix, and most versions of it end with the song "Mad Pierrot" instead of "Acrobat. Computer Game "Theme From The Circus".
Four Little Diamonds sounded like something The Beatles had knocked off in five minutes when they were bored. And while the album’s title track had a decent tune, its processed 80s sound was evidence of a band losing its way. 12) Xanadu (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Jet, 1980). By 1979 ELO were one of the biggest bands in the world, but Jeff Lynne faced a tricky dilemma: how to follow an album as brilliant and successful as Out Of The Blue? Lynne’s response was bold, to say the least. With disco music still flourishing, ELO got funky on an album later nicknamed Disco-very! by keyboard player Richard Tandy. Amazingly, it worked. But Lynne carried on with an expanded line-up, and the album was moderately successful, breaking the UK Top 40 and yielding the band’s second Top 10 hit, a version of Chuck Berry’s Roll Over Beethoven, a natural fit for ELO.
Electric Light Orchestra, better known as ELO, is one of the best classic rock bands of all time. Led by the extraordinarily talented Jeff Lynne, the Beatles-influenced band was known for their melodies. This list of the best Electric Light Orchestra albums includes pictures of the album covers. Electric Light Orchestra, better known as ELO, is one of the best classic rock bands of all time. Led by the extraordinarily talented Jeff Lynne, the Beatles-influenced band was known for their melodies and - once they got big, and they were quite big in the late '70s - their intricate stage sets when playing live. This Electric Light Orchestra discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Electric Light Orchestra albums (as voted by you, the people) can be found at the top of the list
A Shot of Rhythm & Blues collects the tracks Rod Stewart recorded with his very first band, Long John Baldry's Hoochie Coochie Men, between 1964 and 1966, and the material may sound unusual to those who only know Stewart's later work. The bulk of the material is classic blues and R&B, far from the folk-rock that made Stewart famous (or the occasionally fatuous adult-pop he peddled afterwards), and Stewart's young voice is strong and supple, which makes this material promising. Alas, the production, even by mid-'60s standards, is crude and sloppy. Ultimately, for music with such historical importance, A Shot of Rhythm & Blues is of little value.
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|A4||Green Green Grass Of Home|
|A5||"River Seine" And "Love Makes The World Go Round" Medley|
|A6||"Down Yonder" And "Wheels" Medley|
|A7||Somewhere My Love (Laras Theme)|
|B3||Summer Night Waltz|
|B4||Yes Sir, That's My Baby|
|B5||No Other Love|
|B6||Blue Skirt Waltz|
|B7||Circle Two Step (Oh, Dem Golden Slippers And Raggedy Ann)|