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    Tiny Desk Concerts

    This is a bump to shill the glory that is the NPR Music Tiny Desk Concerts. The setting seems to relax the artists and the result is unguarded, uninhibited performances. Only really, really talented musicians need apply, so these tend to be some of the best music you can find anywhere. A link to the site, from tonight.

    http://www.npr.org/2011/11/10/142093...y-desk-concert

    Look through the archives and find something you like, or something you have never heard of. If you think they cannot cram a sizable ensemble into that corner, check out the Trombone Shorty set. Too much fun.

    As a Jazz head, I found the Ben Williams and Sound Effect set to be almost as good as sex.

    Hilary Hahn was better than sex. I was listening to her through Beyer DT 311s and I thought she was in front of me, the sound was so good. Some of these are really hifi.
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    When only an acoustic set far out of the mainstream will do, this will do just fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    If Smooth Jazz floats your boat, perhaps you would also like guitarist Joyce Cooling. She is my go-to for Smooth. Perhaps a touch less languid than Bradley. I don't know about her 10,000 hours, but she is a spectacular talent in a low key arena.
    Edit: I can hear from the music at the end of the interview that like Joyce, she plays a variety of styles. Very nice!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeJpuF-k6Z8

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMaKU...eature=related
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    Thanks for the links.

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    Anna Calvi

    http://www.npr.org/event/music/14560...y-desk-concert

    They didn't have a second mike for her voice, which would have been nice, but her intent comes through fine.
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    Do you follow the SXSW in Austin? Nine artists from Norway is participating this year.
    Razika, Team Me, Philco Fiction, Marit Larsen, Ida Maria, Bloody Beach, Spirits Of The Dead, Audrey Horne and Shining

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    The SXSW coverage is in at NPR but I haven't had time to check it out yet. Last year, in addition to their regular coverage, they rented a hotel room and taped little concerts of bands that caught their attention. Thanks for the heads up re the bands. Off topic, I am a big Jan Garbarek fan since 1974.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/03/01/147637...x?ps=mh_frimg3

    http://www.npr.org/event/music/147357853/sxsw-2012

    http://www.npr.org/event/music/13453...ive-in-concert
    A consummate musician turns the experimental screw.
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    "I am a big Jan Garbarek fan since 1974"

    Another Norwegian you might know.
    Biography.
    Jan Erik Kongshaug, Sound engineer and musician.
    Jan Erik Kongshaug is an internationally known engineer that attracts musicians from around the world to his studio in Oslo. He is famous for its well-balanced and intimate soundscapes, his sensitive musicality and, above all, for his collaboration with the German record producer Manfred Eicher, which has resulted in the prestigious "ECM sound" (after Eicher ECM record label).
    1970 did Kongshaug the first sound recording for the German record label ECM and its founder Manfred Eicher: Jan Garbarek's Afric recording Pepper Bird. It was the beginning of a close cooperation, which so far has resulted in ca. 600 records with musicians such as. Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Paul Bley and Pat Metheny, as well as Garbarek. Together with Eicher Kongshaug created the so-called ECM sound, with a big sound, proximity and excellent balance.


    Jan Erik Kongshaug, The Other World


    Or listen on Spotify.

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    Not sure how many Radiohead fans there are here ? ..... I'm just in awe of the sound quality of this DVD .

    [DVD] Radiohead - From The Basement 2008 [Full Show]
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    Other bands in the Basement Studio

    http://www.fromthebasement.tv/home

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    Zombie

    http://www.npr.org/event/music/14719...y-desk-concert

    Everyone has a favorite Irish song. Mine is not a traditional tune. Hear the Cranberries dust off "Zombie" with a vengeance. If it weren't for this song I would be naming a U2 tune as my favorite Irish song. Sorry, Clancy Brothers.

    If you want to skip to it, go to 11:40. The song after it, "Raining In My Heart", has the nicest bass lines I have heard in a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odd View Post
    "I am a big Jan Garbarek fan since 1974"

    Another Norwegian you might know.

    Jan Erik Kongshaug, The Other World
    Thanks! Sounds excellent. I'll try to get it.

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    Some full length concert videos

    Yeah, ok, so it's the Bangles.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ubhAGhv8HI



    But check the poster for other videos more your speed.

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