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Other songs which have been released many times as cover versions include "Popcorn" by Gershon Kingsley (which has been covered over 200 times,[27]) "Rock Around the Clock",[28],, "Eres Tú" by Mocedades, [29]"Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson, "Over the Rainbow" by Judy Garland, "Blue Monday" (New Order), "Louie Louie" (Richard Berry), "Sunny" (Bobby Hebb), "Fever" (Otis Blackwell),"Across the Universe" (The Beatles), "Baby It's You" (The Shirelles), "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" (Jimmy Webb), "Helter Skelter" (The Beatles), "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" (Bob Dylan), "Twist and Shout" (Isley Brothers), "We Will Rock You"...

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на записи Cannonball Adderley & The Nat Adderley Sextet - Tensity, на 7 минуте очень

А еще пытался заставить себя написать грант в РФФИ и понял, что категорически не хочу заниматься оформлением этих бумаг. Тратить на это время. Причем конкурс смешной - у меня все, что они хотят, уже лет 5 как сделано и реализовано. Получай грант, да оформляй отчет. Не могу. Профанация какая-то нелепая. Эти менеджеры от науки хотят заставить меня играть по их правилам. Чтобы не они для того чтобы я нормально работал, а я для предоставления им...

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Alto Saxophonist Richie Cole Pays Tribute to a Lifelong Hero on "Cannonball," Set for Oct. 26 Release

Alto Saxophonist Richie Cole Pays Tribute to a Lifelong Hero on "Cannonball," Set for Oct. 26 Release

An inveterate bebop stalwart, Cole leads the Pittsburgh Alto Madness Orchestra and several special guests in paying tribute to his hero, the legendary alto saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley. The album comprises a dozen tunes closely associated

Talk Story with Allan Thomas

Talk Story with Allan Thomas

That's taken him from his first recording contract in 1966 with south Texas producer Huey Meaux to opening for acts like The Cannonball Adderley Quintet, The Marc Almond Band, and Livingston Taylor. Leaving busy California in 1983, Thomas moved to

For all his setbacks, he still finds hope and sanity in the music

When I make my regular visits to the rehab center, I feel like I’m stepping into the past. Locked mental health facilities in California once housed nearly 40,000 people, but they were radically scaled back during deinstitutionalization that began a half-century ago.

People usually blame then-Gov. Ronald Reagan, who certainly had a role. But others had complained of patient warehousing, neglect and over-drugging, which helped fuel the rise of patient-rights advocacy.

The problem was that after shutting hospitals, California did not invest in enough community clinics to meet the needs of the former patients. Many ended up homeless and in jails and prison, and all these years later, we’ve made some amends but not nearly enough.

It breaks my heart to see Mr. Ayers behind locked doors, and I know that mental institutions are far from perfect. No two patients are alike, just as no two cases of schizophrenia are alike, and I don’t know whether Mr. Ayers’ treatment or that of his fellow patients is always as good as it could be.

Источник: Los Angeles Times

Könyv jelent meg Deseő Csaba hegedűs-brácsásról

– idézte fel a hegedűs.

Deseő Csaba elmondta: az általa választott kettős életút ritka, kevés kollégája dolgozott és dolgozik a klasszikus zenében és a dzsesszben párhuzamosan.

„Mindkét műfajban otthonosan éreztem magam, ugyanakkor a dzsessz hozta meg számomra az ismertséget. Klasszikus zenén nevelkedtem, dzsesszt tizenkét évesen hallottam először a rádióban és elementáris hatással volt rám. Szerencsém is volt, mert a hegedű meglehetősen ritka hangszer a dzsesszben, indulásomkor Stéphane Grappelli volt talán az egyetlen dzsesszhegedűs, akit világszerte ismertek. Mellette a gitáros Django Reinhardt, valamint a nagy amerikai szaxofonosok, Cannonball Adderley, Stan Getz, John Coltrane játéka jelentette a fő inspirációt” – sorolta Deseő Csaba.

Источник: Napló Online

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