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Posting my newest creation here
Along with a link to my full soundcloud page
Thanks for listening!
Relaxed Machinery Community Music -read about this here!
Just saw on FB that new the new Lycia album "Quiet Moments" will be available in August; but sound samples are up now! Sounds great to me! Kind of harkens back a little to Day in the Stark Corner, Ionia, and Wake.
Here is the link:
'NYX' upcoming Igneous Flame album update
Early July release (hopefully !), more info here:
Hello dear rM music lovers. I will update the member release section until Joel is back. For now i tagged all album releases that were posted on rM from September 2012 to May 2013 with the tag "release" to ensure that you can find them by this tag. So now if you are curious about all the wonderful releases that came out the last few months i suggest you to take a look here:
I will link some missed albums from time to time (maybe bi-weekly), i found some pearls. So here we go and it was pure joy to listen some member releases today. I found 5 older releases that i think wasnt posted in this section already. For entry just click on the pictures.
Well, since I asked for Classical - I'll be greedy and also ask for your favorite - move you deeply jazz albums. Again - doesn't matter what era or type... I'm leaving this wide open. What are albums that move you?
I have a number of Jazz album I love - I'll post some later on. Classical's a little tougher for me to recommend because I know it when I hear it, but don't necessarily know which albums... (if that made any sense...)
My wife and I would like to add some classical to our ipods.
Looking for some recommendations - stuff that is great - albums that move you that I can buy from amazon or itunes or wherever. There are a billion "Big Bach 99 Songs for 99 cents" type releases... which I'm sure are 99% filler and a few really excellent recordings. And I could be wrong and some of those are really good - so tell me if there's one you love.
I'll leave this wide open from any era from dawn of time to modern.
Heidi and I have been listening to our local public classical channel and it's been a refreshing change. I used to listen a lot, but it's been a while. Our other public channel plays blues - so it's fun to flip back and forth. ;-)
What to react to in a world where there's bad news for someone somewhere everyday..? Such terrible scenes in Oklahoma - so much so, that I find I'm compelled to express my genuine sadness and sympathy, but then what of those in Syria? I suppose realistically it's not the division of compassion that counts, but that we feel at all - be that for the many or the one.
Rest easy Ray Manzarek
Just got this in the mail. I've been a pro subscriber for years and really like flickr.
Oh wow - my page looks much better now.... http://www.flickr.com/photos/johei/sets/72157625072500449/