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The first sound you hear on Prince’s Piano & a Microphone 1983 is the singer’s speaking voice—a low, surprisingly sonorous deadpan. Prince employed a panoply of different vocal stylings across his officially released oeuvre, many of which are also represented here: the mellifluous croon of opener “17 Days,” the gravel-voiced pimp rap of “Cold Coffee & Cocaine,” the gospel scream of “Mary Don’t You Weep.” But he rarely used his natural speaking voice in his music. The intimacy is most striking thing about this slim but reverently presented recording of Prince at the piano just a few months before work began on his 1984 album and film Purple Rain. Recorded live in the artist’s home studio, the 34-minute rehearsal is preserved in its entirety, interrupted only by the engineer flipping over the tape. The songs here are improvised, and seemingly not intended for public consumption. The first half of Piano & a Microphone 1983 unfolds as a kind of stream-of-consciousness medley: Prince is barely a minute into “Purple Rain” before he drifts into the next song, a sublime but equally fragmentary cover of Joni Mitchell’s “A Case of You.” Even the album’s more fleshed-out tracks—such as “Mary Don’t You Weep,” feel less like finished pieces than fleeting glimpses into Prince’s creative process. Elsewhere, the more familiar songs are mere sketches of their studio versions: The effervescent “17 Days” is performed as a bluesy vamp, while the syrupy “International Lover” is halting and exploratory. The album’s three previously unreleased songs are also of note, even if they’re just rough drafts. “Wednesday,” intended at one point for protégée Jill Jones to sing in Purple Rain, is pretty but oddly stilted, pitched somewhere between a Joni Mitchell homage and a showtune, with a jarring line about contemplating suicide. The closest thing here to a buried treasure is closing track “Why the Butterflies,” an anguished tone poem on the maternal themes of “When Doves Cry.” Prince’s performance of the few, half-enunciated lines is spellbinding, his fragile falsetto slowly finding the melody, almost as he were feeling his way through a darkened room. #instagay #guitarist #musical #prince #legend #rockband #group #concert #like4like #singer #band #pianist #songs #bands #song #❤ #recording #rocknroll #rockstar #artistic #guitar #classic #musician #festival #musicvideo #pop
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Lost & Found is a bold statement of confidence which finds its strength in her raw vulnerability. @jorjasmith_ carefully nagivates the listeners through tales of hearbreak, resilience, and regrets. Jorja Smith wears her influences on her sleeve. Smith's adoration of Amy Winehouse comes through on her vocal deliveries, which exude elements of Sade, and Jill Scott. The highlights on Lost & Found are abundant: "Tomorrow" showcases her masterful use of her upper register. "February 3rd" she muses over "constantly finding myself." "Teenage Fantasy" is one of the few songs to make the leap from her EP to studio album. The song merited inclusion as its smokey instrumentation and catchy chorus make it an instant favorite. Smith brings the record to a close with "Don't Watch Me Cry" as she mourns not for the end, but what could've been. Smith's assured storytelling, talent for melodic invention, and classically tained vocals, Lost & Found serves a bold introduction. The album is a promising foundation for an artist who will surely continue to engages us for years to come. #instagay #guitarist #musical #rockband #group #concert #like4like #singer #band #pianist #songs #bands #song #❤ #jorjasmith #recording #rocknroll #rockstar #artistic #guitar #classic #musician #festival #uk #musicvideo #pop
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Jess Glynne bursted onto the scene thanks to a feature on Clean Bandit's "Rather Be," and became a chart force across the pond. Her debut album, I Cry When I Laugh, launched 8 top 10 hits (of which 5 became #1 smashes), and wisely she's sticking to the same formula for its follow up. Clearly her success is founded in her music, which brings us to Always in Between, an album understandably not minded to mess much with a proven formula. Something about the melody of "I’ll Be There" ineffably recalls the melody of "Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself." For all the contemporary sonic gimmicks familiar from the Top 40 – from tropical house synths to gospel-ish massed backing vocals, to an acoustic guitar-driven track you can tell has been made in the image of the Ed Sheeran, not least because it’s been co-written by Sheeran – something quite old-fashioned lurks at its centre. At one extreme, it’s influenced by classic soul, heavy on the blaring brass and, at the other, undemanding dance-pop topped by an immediately recognisable voice, the same idea that garnered M-People vast success 20 years ago. Its best moments are what a Hendon estate agent would call “finished to a high standard”. The closing ballad "Nevermind" works up a genuinely powerful head of steam and the melody of "123" doesn’t need to be played incessantly at you on a plane to take up residence in your brain. At its least distinctive, it whizzes in one ear and out of the other at such speed that you wonder if it might not prove those conspiracy theories about the deleterious effect of streaming services on pop: that people are now deliberately writing the most unobtrusive songs possible so that listeners with a Spotify playlist in the background aren’t startled into hitting fast forward. The words either opt for the old disco trick of playing musical euphoria off against lyrical heartbreak, or trade on her everywoman persona. Romantic despair leads to the donning of sweatpants and a night in with a tin of premixed gin and tonic. You can see why people relate to it, you can tell it’s going to be huge: it is what pop is in 2018, but the feeling that pop can be something rather more than this is hard to shake. #instagay #guitarist #musical #rockband #group #concert #1 #like4like #singer #band #pianist #songs #bands #song #❤ #jessglynne #recording #rocknroll #rockstar #artistic #guitar #classic #musician #festival #uk #musicvideo #pop
Live Jazz! Hiroshi Yamazaki Solo 🎹🎹🎹 Wednesday, 10/17/2018, 7pm to 9pm! 🎼🎹🎼 . Hiroshi Yamazaki piano . Hiroshi Yamazaki: A native of japan, Hiroshi Yamazaki gave his first professional jazz performance at age 22 at the popular S.A.B. Hall in Osaka. Shortly after completing college, he moved to NYC where he studied with the great pianist Buddy Montgomery, and forged his own voice as an improviser, composer and arranger. His New York debut took place in 1988 at the Jazz Center of New York where he appeared with bassist Paul West and drummer Leroy Williams. He has appeared at some of the most popular jazz venues in New York City including the Village Gate, Bluenote, and Birdland. In 1996, he released his debut recording, Sketch Of Bridge, with Ron Carter on bass and Lewis Nash on drums. A second album, We May Say Love, followed in 2000. Currently, Hiroshi performs in the New York region and in Japan with Rufus Reid, Akira Tana, Tony Jefferson, Steve LaSpina, and Andrew Beals. He leads his own jazz groups and serves as sideman with the Glenda Davenport Quartet, Bill Crow Trio and Jan Leder Quartet. . #ryeny #westchester #lohud #hudsonvalley #10580 #jazz #swing #jazzy #jazzfest #jazzfunk #jazzbass #jazzband #jazzmusic #jazznight #jazzclub #jazzcafe #jazzfusion #saxophone #sax #livemusic #talentedmusicians #pickupjazz #jazzguitar #guitarsolo #guitarplayer #riffwars #guitarist #jazzbar #electricguitar #guitarplayer #guitarist #livemusic #10580 #jazzfusion #pickupjazz #hudsonvalley #riffwars #jazzcafe #jazznight #jazzguitar #jazzfunk #jazzbar #sax #westchester #swing #jazzbass #jazzfest #guitarsolo #ryeny #jazzband #talentedmusicians #jazzy #lohud #saxophone #jazzmusic #electricguitar #jazzclub #jazz
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On its own terms, A Star Is Born makes for a very peculiar album, mixing Americana, country, soft-rock Seventies power ballads and slick RnB performed by a pop star and a middle-aged actor singing in public for the first time. If it was a Spotify playlist, you might suspect algorithms had gone awry. Lady Gaga’s "Is That Alright?" may be a predictably constructed soapy piano ballad but in the plotline’s context of a woman grasping for joy in a doomed romance, it won’t leave a dry eye in the house. She camps up a cabaret take on "La Vie En Rose" and delivers the breezy Carole King style piano basher "Look What I Found" with real swagger. This is an album of two halves, as the emphasis shifts from Bradley Cooper’s fading rocker to Gaga’s blooming pop star. For his musical debut, he has been particularly astute in his choice of collaborators. His songs were mainly co-written with Lukas Nelson, and performed with Nelson’s outstanding band. Duets with Gaga are all beautifully executed, with a potent tension between Cooper’s gritty directness and Gaga’s fluid melodiousness. Nelson co-writes many of Gaga’s songs too, which frames a slightly awkward journey from rock balladry to slickly superficial pop. In one sense, there is a tangible jump in standards as Gaga comes to the fore on the second half. But there is also a weird disconnect as the record shifts gear to modern pop. While it is easy to pastiche authentic Americana styles in ways that invest the narrative with emotion, concocting a fresh pop blockbuster is a far more quixotic art. There is nothing here as earwormy as Gaga’s hits "Just Dance" and "Poker Face." Cooper’s character mocks the banality of lyrics like “Why d’you come around with an ass like that" and he’s got a point. The best of Cooper’s tracks is an acoustic rendition of "Maybe It’s Time," a beautiful song written by Jason Isbell. The best of Gaga’s tracks are the Seventies-style power ballads "Always Remember Us This Way" and "I’ll Never Love Again." They may be clichéd, sentimental and old-fashioned, but they are powered by enough conviction and vocal drama to elevate the song to emotional gut punches which linger long after the credits roll. #instagay #guitarist #musical #rockband #group #concert #like4like #singer #astarisborn #band #pianist #songs #bands #song #❤ #recording #rocknroll #ladygaga #rockstar #artistic #guitar #classic #musician #festival #musicvideo #pop
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