Chick Corea in rehearsal. Mesmerizing! Ark.
Playing the Jaco Pastorius composition Havona. This is musicianship of the highest level. Jaw-dropping. Ark
There is apparently some controversy going around over a rap song called WAP. I only heard about it because it was mentioned on David Robertson’s blog who claimed it was pornographic. Well, I dunno about that, but it is about the worst song I have ever listened to. So bad in fact that I … More Musical Interlude.
The great Larry Carlton plays the solos. The guitar solo by jazz fusion guitarist Larry Carlton was ranked #80 in the list of the 100 greatest guitar songs by Rolling Stone, stating “In the late seventies, Steely Dan made records by pushing a revolving crew of monster session dudes through take after take, which yielded endless jaw-dropping guitar solos. Larry … More For Ron …
I think before long I shall have to start making marks on the wall of my office. Although I am not normally a gad about town sort of bloke the mere fact that I can’t even walk the dogs let alone go for a 20 minute jog is beginning to drive me a bit doolally, … More Lockdown … whatever day it is, and 3 of the best
Some more best of the best …. etc Film; Kingdom of Heaven I’m a sucker for movies such as this. An epic historical drama set during the Crusades Book Eye of the Needle World War II spy drama. Follett’s first novel and still one of his best. Album: Wishbone Ash – Argus One of … More Lockdown – day 10
I consider myself very fortunate to have seen Ritenour play at a jazz festival here in Johannesburg some years back. A true master craftsman. Ark.
This song is scientifically proven to make you cooler just for listening to it. Trust me! This is the Ark. Would I lie to you?
With a nod to Notes for her post on the Obama’s Summer Playlist. In keeping with list of the ex-pres, I’ve kept it to 44. Why not compose your own and post it? Here’s mine … 1. Joy Filled Summer – Tony Williams Lifetime 2. Down to the Waterline – Dire Straits. 3. Dry County … More The Ark’s Summer Playlist
From one of the great Jazz Fusion albums of the era – or any era! Featuring the late Tommy Bolin on guitar. He was 22 when this album was recorded in 1973. I doubt this would be featured on Idols! Happy Tuesday Ark
From the blog of Pastor David Robertson. Martha Ark, you misunderstand my statement above – please read it again ” if I were to produce evidence for the Exodus including archaeological, non-biblical historical accounts and proof of the exact numbers which left Egypt, where they settled/wandered – you would just cover your ears and eyes … More Don’t give me no jive, and don’t tell me no lies!