This collection contains Bob Dylan's lyrics, from his first album, Bob Dylan, to 2001's "Love and Theft."
@chrisaldrich Everything old ( from 1715) is new again The Bird Fancyer’s Delight (Walsh, John) – IMSLP: Free Sheet Music PDF Download
Although strictly speaking, the goal here was to get birds to imitate the written recorder tunes rather than vice versa.
Score recording for the film One Thousand Ropes, directed by Tusi Tamasese, produced by Catherine Fitgzerald.
Composed by Tim Prebble, Orchestrated by Ewan Clark and featuring Tudor Consort choir, Aroha String Quartet, with Joan Perarnau Double bass and Jeremy Fitzsimons Percussion.
This is a proof of concept for a project I am doing later in the year, as part of the Auckland City Council Artists Residency, where I will be based in Little Huia for two months...
Listen to "bad guy" from the debut album "WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?"
I collect too much gear so I made a song about it. Share if you relate.
Art: Rob Levy https://www.reddit.com/user/ITB_Rob_5/
The Upper Valley Ukulele Club, aka: uvUkeClub, is a free club for anyone that wants to play the ukulele in the Upper Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire.
hat tip: Joe Jenett
18 track album
While messing with Dat last night, I got carried away in nostalgia and began… recreating Muxtape in Dat. I wanted to see how far I could get. (If you don’t know what Muxtape was—it was a way of sharing mp3 mixtapes online for a brief window of time in 2008, until it was shut down by the grown-ups.)
So, it seemed interesting to try to replicate Muxtape, because it would be very hard to “shut down” on the Dat network. And, sure enough, I was able to get it working quite well: you can upload songs, tweak the colors and titles, order the songs and such—I think this is quite faithful.
And, yes, it’s peer-to-peer. You can edit your tape using the URL created for you. Then you can pass that same URL out to share your tape. Visitors can listen to the music and seed the tape for everyone else.This is an awesome idea. I really wish I had the bandwidth to dig into DAT. Who wouldn’t want to be able to make mixtapes like this for the internet? It’s not too dissimilar to my listen feed (aka faux-cast), but could be more customized and curated for friends/family.
It was the biggest disaster in the history of the music business — and almost nobody knew. This is the story of the 2008 Universal fire.This brings back some memories of when I worked for several months for Iron Mountain at their Hollywood facility right next to Anawalt lumber. They had quite a large repository of music masters stored there as well as a custom nitrate film vault. At the time I remember thinking many of the same things mentioned here. I suspect that there’s an even bigger issue in film preservation, though this particular article makes it seem otherwise.
I’m surprised that the author doesn’t whip out any references to the burning of the Library at Alexandria, which may have been roughly on par in terms of cultural loss to society. It’s painfully sad that UMG covered up the devastating loss.
The artwork for the piece is really brilliant. Some great art direction here.
It’s a crisis that has left, by some estimations, billions on the table unpaid to musicians
Rare footage from back in '97 featuring supergroup "The B-KISSty2's" performing their hit song about a spunky crustacean from Motor City struggling with mental health issues.Hat tip: Eric Alper
Seona Dancing was a 1980s British pop group best known for providing Ricky Gervais with his first taste of fame. The band was formed in 1982 by aspiring pop stars Bill Macrae and Ricky Gervais. Their single "More to Lose", released in 1983, only made it to number 70 on the Billboard charts, and the band quickly disbanded in 1984. A year later, in 1985, a DJ from 99.5 DWRT-FM in Manila in the Philippines started playing a song called "Fade" by Medium (also billed as "Medium" by Fade). It became a runaway hit, and the angsty theme song for many Filipino teenagers in the mid 1980s. Eventually, the identity of the song was revealed as "More to Lose" by Seona Dancing. Bill Macrae faded into obscurity, but years later Ricky Gervais found new fame as the co-writer and star of the hit BBC comedy The Office.He definitely had a different look when he was young!