“Promentory”, acoustic version from the original soundtrack of “The Last Of The Mohicans” (based on Dougie MacLean’s “The Gael”), arranged and performed by Luca Stricagnoli on three guitars (Standard, Baritone and 7 String) made by Davide Serracini. The bass line is played using a violin bow.
Sting, the 16-time Grammy Award-winning musician, performs songs from his new album, “The Last Ship,” and forthcoming play of the same name in an intimate evening of music and storytelling live at The Public Theater in New York City. Drawing upon his memories growing up in the shipbuilding community of Wallsend in the North East of England, Sting provides a glimpse into the shipbuilders’ lives.
With bonus theremin. And Billy Cobham cover. And Zep cover.
Live @ the Hammersmith Apollo London, March 28, 2013
Joe Bonamassa - Guitar and Vocals
Arlan Schierbaum - Keyboards
Carmine Rojas - Bass
Tal Bergman - Drums
Lenny Castro - Percussion
What, it’s Friday already? OK, so here’s a great piece of music from the amazing Tommy Emmanuel (if you can tear your eyes and ears away from the libertarian slap-fight currently under way between PandoDaily’s Paul Carr and First Look’s “senior policy analyst” Marcy Wheeler).
Hope you enjoy this song written by Tommy - the acoustic version is on his solo album “Only”. This song is dedicated to his first daughter, Amanda, who loves going on long drives.
You can buy the CD from his store: certifiedguitarplayer.com
And the album digitally on iTunes: itunes.apple.com
Recorded on: Canon 7D, Rode K2, Audio Technica 8033
Sound by: Brad Benge
Video by: Clara Rolls
Our Monday music interlude is a stellar performance of Thelonius Monk’s jazz classic ‘Round Midnight by the Keith Jarrett trio, with absolutely amazing cymbal work by Jack DeJohnette.
The surreal images are by Portuguese artist Ben Goossens.
From the album Whisper Not (1999)
Keith Jarrett - Piano
Gary Peacock - Bass
Jack DeJohnette - Drums