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Luventhariel
PostPosted: Mon Jun 07, 2021 5:11 pm    Post subject:

 


I accidently found this band through following the downward spiral of youtube's alogrithm, then spent a few (non-wasted) hours going through some of their stuff.


This is about as far away from Metal as can be, and equally as far away from Bunny Fur.  This was a grand adventure into something I had never really taken the time to listen to!


After days of listening, I decided I just had to share this...JOY...to anyone willing to delve into something so...different, so Fun!


So, I went back through their vids, and decided on this one, their set from Mardi Gras, from New Orleans, from a place called Tipitina's.  It's just under two hours.  And the best way I can describe it is, Funkybluesyjazzyrock. 


Galactic live set from New Orleans


 


Luventhariel
PostPosted: Fri Mar 12, 2021 7:19 am    Post subject:

Something a little different.  So, this band, Scatterbrain, um...made a song, out of 14 other songs, sort of.  It was like they "sampled" certain well-known parts of certain famous songs, only, with one exception, they played the parts themselves, so, sort of like a mini cover.  And then they kind of gathered all these pieces and glued them onto a silly little song they wrote.  Video quality bad, concept brilliant.


 


I'll post what those 14 songs are, down below the video itself, so if you've never heard this, and want to guess the songs first, avoid scrolling down until the video is over.


 


 


Scatterbrain - Down With The Ship


 



 


Spoilers below!!


 


0:18 Voodoo Child - Jimi


0:29 Rock and Roll - Led Zep


0:32 Dazed and Confused - Led Zep


0:39 Seek & Destroy - Metallica


1:06 Lonely is the Night - Billy Squier


1:14 The Ocean - Led Zep


1:17 Walk This Way - Aerosmith


1:21 Heartbreaker - Led Zep (yeah, they like LZ)


1:26 In the Air Tonight - Phil Collins


1:49 Roundabout - Yes


2:01 Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love - Van Halen


2:05 Where Eagles Dare - Iron Maiden


2:10 National Anthem - Francis Scott Key


2:37 Woody Woodpecker - Kay Kyser

Luventhariel
PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2021 6:34 am    Post subject:

"Who is Derek Trucks?" you ask.


"He's the guy that's going to give Jimi Hendrix and SRV lessons on playin' Slide when they finally meet up."


"You can't be serious." you retort.


Here's Derek Trucks years ago, playing a gig.  When he was 12 years old.  TWELVE years old!


Derek Trucks 1991



 


Oh, that's not enough for you?  Okay, here's little Derek one year later, at age 13.  THIRTEEN!


Opening, for the Allman Brothers, playing Layla.


Derek Trucks 1992



 


And here's a vid from 2011, with his band, Tedeschi Trucks Band.  If this guitar solo doesn't give you the feels, then you need to check your ears.  At this point, he's a guitar jedi.  Do, or do not, there is no "try".  He's not trying, he's just emoting.


Midnight in Harlem 2011



 


If you want more, just do a search, and enjoy!


 

Luventhariel
PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2021 2:47 am    Post subject:

1975.  


Sadistic Mika Band.


From Japan.


They appeared on a British TV show called "Old Grey Whistle Test".


During their appearance, they re-named the TV show to "Old Gley Whistle Test", poking fun at the way the band said the word "grey".


Racism aside, this is ONE STUPENDOUSLY FUNKY band.  


You Should Really Watch This:


Sadistic Mika Band


 


Luventhariel
PostPosted: Sat Jan 09, 2021 4:55 am    Post subject:

That was really, really awesome.  I've always loved his voice, and I loved how he altered the song to be more sublime, sadder, yet still intense.


And that also led me to the playlist, which led me to this video just made last month (at the time of typing this).  Probably the most apt song for nowadays musicians and others, aged like super expensive cheddar.


Styx Reunited Apart - Too Much Time On My Hands


 


Fersinda
PostPosted: Sat Jan 09, 2021 4:12 am    Post subject: You need to see this!

(367) Tommy Shaw - Blue Collar Man (Sing For The Day!) - YouTube


 


 


Luventhariel
PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2021 4:47 am    Post subject:

This post is a Trio of videos, so that once you see/hear the first, you won't have to go far to watch the next two in the series.  Happy


This is the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, doing the Morricone trio of Sergio Leone's Man With No Name Themes.  With close-ups on individual instruments when applicable, and a great sound quality for all three.  Crank it up and be impressed. 


Yeah, You Should Really Watch These!


 


A Fistful of Dollars



 


For a Few Dollars More



 


The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly


Luventhariel
PostPosted: Sun Dec 06, 2020 6:22 am    Post subject:

Music is in our DNA.


Music is in our Soul.


Our heart keeps a beat from the day we are born until the day we die.


There is Magic and Power in music that many people do not notice.


 


Here is a real-time visual representation of the true power of music.


Bobby McFerrin (Don't Worry Be Happy), uses an audience to create music.  An audience full of untrained or barely trained non-musicians.  The audience did not know they would be doing this.  The audience did not know what notes would be coming next.  The audience just followed his lead with their eyes, and instantly interpreted his actions into musical notes.


Magic!!!  You should really watch this!!


The Power of the Pentatonic Scale



 


 


 


 

Luventhariel
PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2020 4:33 pm    Post subject:

Peter Gabriel once said about Francis Bebey, "We were hypnotized...he embodied wisdom in lots of ways and it was a real delight". 


Want to be hypnotized? Then, You Should Really Watch This:


Francis Bebey


Luventhariel
PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2020 5:50 am    Post subject:










Amin_Almiyan wrote:

Oops I sent it as guest


That was me :D



 


Uh oh.  There is a penalty for that. 


The court rules that You Should Really Watch This:  Animal vs. Dave Grohl


Amin_Almiyan
PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2020 4:31 pm    Post subject:

Oops I sent it as guest


That was me :D

Guest
PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2020 4:29 pm    Post subject:

Hello!


Thanks for the awesome and also funny videos! I laughed so much :D


It's a while that I know Adrian von Ziegler, and I am glad I got to know him. He is really a great composer and I love his Celtic and also other type songs and listen to them always. He usually has a story behind his songs too that you can read in the description of songs in his Youtube channel. And he is writing his book.


 


This is one his Epic Celtic songs, that I didn't found a midi for it and I made it myself! And I am going to play it for our concert on Nov 3, 10PM, near Party tree.



 


Because only one doesn't work and I know you love Metal, here you go! One of his metal songs that Green Summer has covered it amazingly!


You should really watch this :D


 



 

Luventhariel
PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 1:50 am    Post subject:

Finnish Folk Metal.  Polka with Marshall amps set to 11.  And a really gorgeous video to go with it.


Korpiklaani - Leväluhta


 


Luventhariel
PostPosted: Mon Oct 19, 2020 8:17 pm    Post subject:

A Collaboration...


 


Bring Me To Life - Evanescence/Wagakki Band


Luventhariel
PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2020 5:53 pm    Post subject:

2020 Halloween Light Show


Enter Sandman