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(it really start at 2 min)

 

Darkside = Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington

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W. A. MozartPiano Concerto No. 11 in F major, K. 413; Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat major, K. 271
Malcolm Bilson, fortepiano
English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner

 

 

Felix MendelssohnString Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op. 13
Eroica Quartet

 

 

Johannes BrahmsVariations on an original theme in D major, Op. 21 no. 1
Adam Laloum, piano

 

 

Johannes BrahmsString Quartet No. 3 in B-flat major, Op. 67
Takács Quartet

 

 

Vincent D'IndyPiano Trio in G major, Op. 98
Jacques Prat, violin
Emmanual Gaugues, viola
Kun Woo Paik, piano

 


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Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra - Talkatif

 

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Billie Holiday - Fine & Mellow

 

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Marvin Gaye - Live At The London Palladium

 

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Tom Browne - Love Approach

 

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Herbie Hancock - Head Hunters

 

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Theo Vaness - Bad Bad Boy

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I am listening to Tift Merritt.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Axeslinger0u812 View Post


That sounds like a much better time to live in the islands than when I grew up there. We had no one. If anyone did show up, it sold out immediately. Always on Oahu, too. They had Britney Spears play a free show when I was In high school. Who else...Janet Jackson? I think Pantera played there once. Bands have started playing there again recently, but it was pretty bad there for awhile.


Back then most tours ended in Hawaii so it would have been their last concert on that tour. So most of the time they would play for free the next day--usually a Sunday. I worked for a Records Hawaii and my boss was the promoter like Hawaii's Bill Graham so I always would get free tickets too. The concerts I saw weren't many because I just couldn't go to every one of them. Some nights I had to work. It was a cool job being 16 years old and working in a record store and going to concerts. My dad used to pick me up after work because I lived in Pearl City and the concerts were at the HIC (Honolulu International Center). What is it called now? It looked like a flying saucer. Is it still there?

 

Over a period of 3 years I saw:

Lee Michaels

The Rolling Stones

Blind Faith

Blue Cheer without Leigh Stephens

Blue Cheer with Randy Holden

Spirit

Jefferson Airplane

Quicksilver Messenger Service

Jimi Hendrix (about 5 times) one evening he didn't like the sound system so he didn't even perform. He did invite everyone back for a free concert the next day. It was at the Shell.

Big Brother and the Holding Company (without Janis)

Janis Joplin with the Full Tilt Boogie Band

Jethro Tull

Led Zeppelin (2x. Once when their first LP came out and the second time was when Black Dog was just about to be released. They opened with Black Dog. And get this, the opening act was Yvonne Elliman)

The Doors (opened with: The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)

Santana

Carlos Santana with Buddy Miles and Neil Schon

Linda Ronstadt and the Stoned Poneys

Peter, Paul, and Mary (okay, I was in grade school then. My parents took me to see them.)

Black Sabbath

Guess Who

Grand Funk Railroad

 

That's all I can remember. Very foggy memory. I think my hearing suffered the most with Blue Cheer and Grand Funk Railroad. Led Zeppelin had the best sound across the sound spectrum. Fortunately I had my hearing tested and only my left ear is slightly below normal in the upper frequencies.

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Back then most tours ended in Hawaii so it would have been their last concert on that tour. So most of the time they would play for free the next day--usually a Sunday. I worked for a Records Hawaii and my boss was the promoter like Hawaii's Bill Graham so I always would get free tickets too. The concerts I saw weren't many because I just couldn't go to every one of them. Some nights I had to work. It was a cool job being 16 years old and working in a record store and going to concerts. My dad used to pick me up after work because I lived in Pearl City and the concerts were at the HIC (Honolulu International Center). What is it called now? It looked like a flying saucer. Is it still there?

 

Over a period of 3 years I saw:

Lee Michaels

The Rolling Stones

Blind Faith

Blue Cheer without Leigh Stephens

Blue Cheer with Randy Holden

Spirit

Jefferson Airplane

Quicksilver Messenger Service

Jimi Hendrix (about 5 times) one evening he didn't like the sound system so he didn't even perform. He did invite everyone back for a free concert the next day. It was at the Shell.

Big Brother and the Holding Company (without Janis)

Janis Joplin with the Full Tilt Boogie Band

Jethro Tull

Led Zeppelin (2x. Once when their first LP came out and the second time was when Black Dog was just about to be released. They opened with Black Dog. And get this, the opening act was Yvonne Elliman)

The Doors (opened with: The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)

Santana

Carlos Santana with Buddy Miles and Neil Schon

Linda Ronstadt and the Stoned Poneys

Peter, Paul, and Mary (okay, I was in grade school then. My parents took me to see them.)

Black Sabbath

Guess Who

Grand Funk Railroad

 

That's all I can remember. Very foggy memory. I think my hearing suffered the most with Blue Cheer and Grand Funk Railroad. Led Zeppelin had the best sound across the sound spectrum. Fortunately I had my hearing tested and only my left ear is slightly below normal in the upper frequencies.


SUPER JELLY

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nostraightanswer (Kenji-B) - Hard-Disk Hide and Seek

https://vocallective.bandcamp.com/album/hard-disk-hide-and-seek

 

Haven't bought this one yet but streaming it on Bandcamp and sounds good.

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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post
 

I am listening to Tift Merritt.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Axeslinger0u812 View Post


That sounds like a much better time to live in the islands than when I grew up there. We had no one. If anyone did show up, it sold out immediately. Always on Oahu, too. They had Britney Spears play a free show when I was In high school. Who else...Janet Jackson? I think Pantera played there once. Bands have started playing there again recently, but it was pretty bad there for awhile.


Back then most tours ended in Hawaii so it would have been their last concert on that tour. So most of the time they would play for free the next day--usually a Sunday. I worked for a Records Hawaii and my boss was the promoter like Hawaii's Bill Graham so I always would get free tickets too. The concerts I saw weren't many because I just couldn't go to every one of them. Some nights I had to work. It was a cool job being 16 years old and working in a record store and going to concerts. My dad used to pick me up after work because I lived in Pearl City and the concerts were at the HIC (Honolulu International Center). What is it called now? It looked like a flying saucer. Is it still there?

 

Over a period of 3 years I saw:

Lee Michaels

The Rolling Stones

Blind Faith

Blue Cheer without Leigh Stephens

Blue Cheer with Randy Holden

Spirit

Jefferson Airplane

Quicksilver Messenger Service

Jimi Hendrix (about 5 times) one evening he didn't like the sound system so he didn't even perform. He did invite everyone back for a free concert the next day. It was at the Shell.

Big Brother and the Holding Company (without Janis)

Janis Joplin with the Full Tilt Boogie Band

Jethro Tull

Led Zeppelin (2x. Once when their first LP came out and the second time was when Black Dog was just about to be released. They opened with Black Dog. And get this, the opening act was Yvonne Elliman)

The Doors (opened with: The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)

Santana

Carlos Santana with Buddy Miles and Neil Schon

Linda Ronstadt and the Stoned Poneys

Peter, Paul, and Mary (okay, I was in grade school then. My parents took me to see them.)

Black Sabbath

Guess Who

Grand Funk Railroad

 

That's all I can remember. Very foggy memory. I think my hearing suffered the most with Blue Cheer and Grand Funk Railroad. Led Zeppelin had the best sound across the sound spectrum. Fortunately I had my hearing tested and only my left ear is slightly below normal in the upper frequencies.

Man Clayton, that list contains legendary names.  What great souvenirs.  Reading the name Arthur Brown made me smile ("I am the Lord of hellfire & I bring you …. Fire")

The bands/names I highlighted in Bold/Italics I grew up listening to at night (my older brother had the albums & we shared the same bedroom) while most of the kids I knew back then listened to what we used to call "Bubble Gum Music".  We listened to Cream, the Animals, the Doors, Hendrix, the Stones, CCR and a few more I forget.  My brother saw Cream & Hendrix in Ottawa in the late sixties.

 

Amongst a few bands I had the privilege to see :

 

Genesis w/Peter Gabriel,

Jethro Tull,

Frank Zappa,

Steely Dan (in Chicago w/my son),

Paul McCartney (July 2013 in Ottawa)

 

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