1. i12bent:

    Continuing our marking of the biggest musical birthday of them all: Johann Sebastian Bach: Mar. 21, 1685 - 1750!

    Johann Sebastian Bach: English Suite No.2 in A Minor, BWV 807: I. Prélude - from English Suites, BWV 806-811, 1977

    Glenn Gould - piano

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  2. UMEBAYASHI Shigeru  梅林 茂

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  3. 2turtlestumbling:

    7 Seconds - Neneh Cherry (by DulaFela)

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  4. pixandum:

    -Image Mine-

    -Patti Smith, Because the Night-

     

  5. normaltd:

    acoustic-image:

    John Cage - In a landscape

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  6. thomasraukamp:

    Nils Frahm’s first recording on his new Berdux grand piano.

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  7. undr:

    John the Revelator - Gov’t Mule (Dose)

     

  8. pixandum:

    -Image Mine-

    -Nick Drake, Cello Song-

     

  9. nickdrake:

    Tom Waits - Walking Spanish

     

  10. i12bent:

    Can’t think of a better way to celebrate Carole King’s birthday…

    Monkees, feat, Neil Young: As We Go Along - from Head, 1968

    Written by Carole King & Toni Stern and arranged by Jack Nitzsche, this delicious slice of pop-folk was the last song to be recorded for Head (May 30th, 1968). The only Monkee here involved is Micky Dolenz on vocals. For the rest it features an incredible combination of session players: Ry Cooder, Danny Kortchmar, Carole King, Ken Bloom on acoustic guitars, while a tasteful electric guitar is performed by none other than Neil Young…

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  11. I Saw the Light - Todd Rundgren

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  12. workman:

    party-wok:

    David Bowie - The Jean Genie