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Jazz Podcast #2

A variety of jazz artists, some old, some new. Enjoy!

Playlist:

1. Wavy Gravy, 5:41.
2. Something To Remember You By, 7:16.
3. You And The Night And The Music, 2:27. 30 more words

Dr. Jone Dae

Record Review: Thin Privilege 'Thin Privilege'

All the history of music books that my father insists on giving for Christmas suggest that rock ‘n’ roll was all about the dancing when it started. 385 more words

Music

Great Moments In Metal History: Jason Newsted Invents The No-String Bass

In 1988, Metallica released their seminal album “…And Justice For All”. Beyond being one of the top selling metal albums of all-time it featured the debut of their new bassist Jason Newsted. 573 more words

Metallica

Jam Of The Day (2014/03/28) - Keller Williams with More Than A Little, "West L.A. Fadeaway"

Featuring Keller Williams with his accompanying funk band, More Than A Little, this performance of the Grateful Dead’s “West L.A. Fadeaway” from Summer Camp 2013 also spotlights bass virtuoso Victor Wooten and shining guitar player for Umphrey’s McGee, Jake Cinninger.

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Cupid Bomb

Inspired by Victor Wooten’s eye-opening TED talk.

Someone should make a bomb of love, and they have… music. Brilliant sentiment!

Music as a language - Victor Wooten & Little Kids Rock

For the past few years Stephen Arnold Music has worked closely with an inspirational organization that has grown close to our heart: Little Kids Rock. 684 more words

Stories