If you can remember. My mom was an avant garde music fan and played things like this constantly. I can actually remember being very, very young in my crib and hearing this tune from Ornette Coleman being played. The radio was always on in my room as a toddler, usually jazz. I still really love...
The period from the 1940's through the 1980's, I love it. The attitude, the work ethic, everything about it. Before it became the modern day freak show.
I still contend that non-competitive recreational bodybuilding is one of the best things for longevity and quality of life.
I'm building one of these in my garage for my vast bike collection. Thinking, I could hang my guitars or guitars in cases in a similar manner. Sliding them out of the way when needed in my studio. Would also eliminate the need to mount wall hangers on studs, as only at least the two ends of...
Pat Monahan has an incredible voice and stage presence. Some great duets with Jewel and John Popper during the Train set. Jewel and Blue Traveler were fantastic as well. John Popper is unreal on the harmonica.
Amazing show. Dianne Reeves playing with both a quintet and full orchestra. The incredible Romero Lubambo on guitar and Vince Mendoza conducting.
Dianne Reeves, vocals
Peter Martin, piano
Romero Lubambo, guitar
Rueben Rogers, bass
Terreon Gully, drums