Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Right Off (Edit) · John McLaughlin The Essential John McLaughlin ℗ Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. Producer: Teo Macero & His Orchestra Trumpet, Composer, Lyricist: Miles Davis Drums: Billy Cobham Organ: Herbie Hancock Bass: Michael Henderson Auto-generated by YouTube.
The 5 Peace band- John McLaughlin (guitar), U Srinivas (Mandolin), Zakir Hussain (Tabla), V Selvaganesh (Ghatam),S Mahadevan (Vocals) perform live in Vienna. Note: This is the remember shakti lineup + S Mahadevan. The songs they play are: Caruna, Ma No Pa, Sakhi,and Giriras Sudha.
Filmed and edited by Aakash "Frostbyte" Chawda.
THE GREAT RICK IN THE SKY - MEDLEY OF 7 PIECES - A PIANO TRIBUTE TO RICHARD WRIGHT OF PINK FLOYD Assembled, transcribed/adapted for solo piano, live performed, introduced, directed and post-produced by Giorgio Rizzarelli - http://youtube.com/urbania70 . Realized between September 15 and October 23, 2008. The Pink Floyd keyboardist and founder member Richard Wright passed away on September 15th, 2008. The other members describe him as the most reserved and modest. Actually, though his jazz abilities, he invented an essential style. Besides playing keyboards, Wright gave important contributions as a writer (and sometimes as a vocalist), some of which are remembered in this piano cover medley. Richard Wright died at 65 and, as he had kept privacy about his illness, these news came suddenly. It's sad to know that, if another reunion will be done (after the one at Live8), he will not join it. As many keyboardists, I learned from his style. TRACKLIST The Great Gig In The Sky (Wr, Torry) Breathe (G, Wa, Wr) Echoes (M, G, Wa, Wr) Time (G, Wa, Wr, M) Us And Them (Wa, Wr) Cluster One (G, Wr) (b) Wearing The Inside Out (Wr, Moore) G=Gilmour, M=Mason, Wa=Waters, Wr=Wright Wright performs lead vocals on Meddle (with Gilmour), Wearing The Inside Out, the Time bridge. All excerpts are from "The Dark Side Of The Moon" except the last two which are from "The Division Bell", and "Echoes" which is from "Meddle". By choice I performed "The Great Gig In The Sky" faithfully to the album, though Wright did it live more freely. The superimposed text is spoken in the original version; by the way one of the song working titles was "The Mortality Sequence". "Wearing The Inside Out" features a free interpretation as part of my personal tribute. "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" (also co-written by Wright) is quoted briefly (at the end) to avoid too much slow music, stay in the 10mins available, and... well, that's rather for Syd. A big thank you to: - AlecLovesGenialMusic for special moral support, technical support, tracklist revising, sharing and linking on various PF forums - danbergam special technical support, sharing - Pino (leader of Lab70, one of the first Italian Floydian bands) for tracklist revising - albetazza1985, milaraven and joeneil69 for sharing Check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Wright for special words by all other surviving PF members. ----------- FAIR USE NOTICE: This video is meant as "fair use" according to the copyright laws: although it contains material of which I'm not the copyright owner, this is a no-profit respectful fan homage, and a partially original interpretation. You may not make any profit from it, and I'm not responsible about any improper use of this video by anyone else. I believe that this simplified solo-piano interpretation doesn't damage the author and copyright owner but, oppositely, that it spreads the word about them. Please don't ask me for the sheet of the album Dark Side of the Moon (including The Great Gig in the Sky) - you can buy online the official sheet.
Live in Leverkusen - DVD WDR
composed by Hans Zimmer additional music by Klaus Badelt & John Powell conducted and compiled by Gavin Greenaway orchestrated by Bruce Fowler & Yvonne S. Moriarty featured musicians: Harp: Ellie Choate, Katie Kirkpatrick, & Marcia Dickstein Concert Master: Endre Granat Shakahachi Flute: Daniel Kuramoto Koto: June Kuramoto Cosmic Beam: Francesco Lupica Taiko Drums, Tibetan Bowls & Vocal Chants: Johnny Mori Bassoon: Ken Munday Taiko Drums, Tibetan Bowls & Tibetan Bells: Emil Richards Taiko Drums & Tibetan Bells: Danny Yamamoto Released: Jan 12, 1999 ℗ 1999, BMG Entertainment can be purchased here http://www.amazon.com/Thin-Red-Line-Original-Soundtrack/dp/B00000GV6B http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-thin-red-line-original/id212408475 i don't have any rights to this music Enjoy!!!
I sincerely hope that you enjoy my reprise of this Beatles classic entitled: 'The Ballad of John and Yoko' originally released as a single on May 30, 1969.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group 1952 Vincent Black Lightning · Richard Thompson Rumor And Sigh ℗ 1991 Capitol Records, LLC Released on: 1991-01-01 Associated Performer, Vocals: Richard Thompson Producer: Mitchell Froom Studio Personnel, Engineer: Dave Leonard Studio Personnel, Mixer: Tchad Blake Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Bob Ludwig Composer Lyricist: Richard Thompson Auto-generated by YouTube.
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