Posts Tagged ‘music’
2013-05-14 Blog RSS
Music for Mystics : Melody Myers 1 target=”_blank”>Lux Aurumque Virtual Choir by Melody Myers target=”_blank”>”Ave Maria” sung by Melody Myers target=”_blank”>”The Phantom of the Opera” by Melody Myers target=”_blank”>”We Go Together” Multitrack A Cappella target=”_blank”>Embraceable You – Multitrack – A Cappella target=”_blank”>In the Arms of the Angel target=”_blank”>”The Voice” by Melody Myers target=”_blank”>”Swing Down Chariot” [...]
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2013-05-12 Blog RSS
I’ve just been reading some of my old blogs, whilst listening to some of my favourite music on Itunes… Good evening. :-) What are you doing tonight? Joe. P.S. Maybe I’ll post a proper blog, one of these days (or maybe not). var hupso_services_t=new Array(“Twitter”,”Facebook”,”Google Plus”,”Linkedin”,”StumbleUpon”,”Digg”,”Reddit”,”Bebo”,”Delicious”); var hupso_toolbar_size_t=”medium”;var hupso_counters_lang=”en_US”;var hupso_url_t=”http://www.friendburst.com/blog/106680/good-evening-3/”;var hupso_title_t=”GOOD EVENING”;
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2012-11-03 Blog RSS
musical chronicles of an expat american alien in germany.
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2012-10-27 Blog RSS
The Culture Blogs Five Classic Soul : Digest Two Classic Cartoons : 100 Bugs Bunny Cartoons Classic Comedy Digest Five Classic Country Digest One Classic Jazz : 100 John Coltrane Tunes! Classical Music Digest Volume Five Hollywood Musicals : Digest Five Music for Mystics Digest FIVE Psychedelic Rock Digest FIVE Science Fiction/Fantasy TV Digest Special [...]
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2012-10-14 Blog RSS
Music for the Soul and Let the Music Play
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2012-08-06 Blog RSS
My father was a country singer, songwriter and guitar player. You can hear his music and read more about him at: http://www.rybird.com/volliebrown.html . He had a 1946 Gibson acoustic he bought new, that I have since acquired. He was a patient man, and showed me all the basic open chords and how to play a few simple country songs
Read --> Rybird part 2- The early playing years.
2012-08-01 Blog RSS
I listened to Rybird’s new album, Music for Interrogation, and it’s a full-on, energetic musical adrenaline rush. Every track grabs you and pulls you in and doesn’t let you go, and then swirls around in your mind for a long time after it’s over.
Read --> Music for Interrogation available now at cdbaby.
2012-07-31 Blog RSS
Music didn’t just give me energy, it controlled me. Depending on the style of music being played, I may have become subdued and relaxed as opposed to dancing. I would really be attracted towards mood music that affected my mood, and dreamy music, that encouraged daydreaming.
Read --> Rybird’s Music Life | Part 1 | The Early Years
2012-07-24 Blog RSS
The name “Sonic Hooky” is meant to portray the auditory vacation the listener goes on
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2012-07-21 Blog RSS
A Fractal, the cover of Sonic Hooky, 2nd album by Rybird. you can stream the whole album for free anytime at: http://www.rybird.com/music.html Click on the photo to view album. <>Please visit our sponsor B@H Photo for great deals on pro audio. var hupso_services_t=new Array(“Twitter”,”Facebook”,”Google Plus”,”Linkedin”,”StumbleUpon”,”Digg”,”Reddit”,”Bebo”,”Delicious”); var hupso_toolbar_size_t=”medium”;var hupso_counters_lang=”en_US”;var hupso_url_t=”http://www.friendburst.com/blog/93221/sonic-hooky-rybird-album-art/”;var hupso_title_t=”Sonic Hooky by Rybird Album Art”;
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2012-07-16 Blog RSS
Grind: to wear down, polish, or sharpen by friction. Polish: to bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state : perfect. Grind and Polish: The title track to my first album. I experienced a steep learning curve with my first DAW,’digital audio workstation’, called Mixcraft. Then I progressed, if you want to call it [...]
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2012-07-08 Blog RSS
Five years ago today, I posted the video blog you’ll see here. I re-post it today because I want to get back to doing this kind of thing. The day before this was made, I was going through some old papers and I happened across some lyrics to a song I had written some 12 [...]
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2012-06-22 Blog RSS
It’s hard to choose a synthesizer for inclusion in my projects, however I do have certain go to synths that I almost always use and certain effects I almost always use. I will list these and explain why I like them and include a complete list at the end.
Read --> Rybird’s favorite synths and effects.
2012-06-18 Blog RSS
The Album Leaf is a Californian band, formed in 1998. These guys combine guitars, keyboards and real drums with subtle electronic elements. The music is very mellow. If you like Mum and/or Sigur Ros, you’ll probably enjoy The Album Leaf. It is ‘lo-fi’ or ‘leftfield’ music (not to be confused with Leftfield, the electronic duo [...]
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2012-06-17 Blog RSS
Richard D. James (AKA Aphex Twin, AFX, Polygon Window and Caustic Window) started making music in his bedroom, in his mid-teens; impressing his Mom and his mates with forward-thinking ambient soundscapes. After releasing two collections of his works, he tried his hand at techno. He found an audience with underground dance classics such as Digeridoo [...]
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2012-06-16 Blog RSS
Autechre’s debut album (Incunabula) was brilliant! Sean Booth and Rob Brown were still going strong, in the mid-nineties – after two more albums and four EPs. However, their ‘music’ became increasingly abstract and abrasive towards the end of the decade. Their descent didn’t stop there. Each subsequent album has been worse than the previous one. [...]
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2012-06-13 Blog RSS
Bernard Sumner’s last project, Bad Lieutenant, released Never Cry Another Tear in 2009. Fans of New Order’s last album (Waiting For The Sirens’ Call) may like it. It is very melodic but mainly acoustic. This seems a shame, because Bernard Sumner really excels when he is working with synthesizers – as evidenced on most of [...]
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2012-06-12 Blog RSS
What can I say about Bjork that hasn’t already been said? Love her or hate her, you have to admit that she is truly one of a kind. She has been involved in the music industry since the age of twelve. Before her ‘proper’ debut solo album, she was one of The Sugarcubes (the band [...]
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2012-06-10 Blog RSS
Tim Simenon had his finger on the pulse in 1988. He and Pascal Gabriel had loads of fun, putting together a sample-heavy dance album – inspired by hip-hop and acid house. The first Bomb The Bass single (Beat Dis) became an instant dance classic, upon its release. Subsequent singles from Into The Dragon were also [...]
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2012-06-07 Blog RSS
Colder is a one-man ‘band’ (the man being Marc Nguyen Tan; a DJ and remixer, from France). There are only two albums (Again and Heat). It’s a pity because Colder is one of my best ‘finds’. It is a unique sound. As the name suggests, the music is austere. It is a stripped-down blend of [...]
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