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    Posted: 15 May 2018 at 17:24
Pretty simple.

Here's what I'm listening to now.

Bon Jovi - It's My Life

 



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Alison Krauss - Forget About It
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Birds, singing in the garden
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Gordon Lightfoot - Carefree Highways
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The Way I Feel - Big John Patton
 



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Monster Magnet - Mind[bad word filtered]er

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At the moment, and most daily working moments when I'm not shooting, I'm studying The Trivium... As I watch RAW turn to JPG, or wait for the videos to render. My music needs are satisfied by searching for video sound tracks. Sometimes I'll put on a little Hendrix, Zeplin, or Pink Floyd while I edit. Studio sound track is from Groove Lounge on Soma FM. The models like that chill, and it never bothers the photo shoot.
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Right, thanks for this good idea, Monster Magnet could be the next thing to put up. I am at the moment with "Flying Lesson" by Yo La Tengo. Hope it does not get filtered too much....
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Dave Brubeck - The Last Set at Newport
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Depeche Mode - Going Backwards
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All day long at work it's DeepJams. net, it's only "the best place for blues, rock and jam bands on the planet" or so they say. Commercial free 24/7 and all you need is the internet address to listen, but they do pay royalties and with only 37 monthly supporters like me who send donations the future of the site has been uncertain lately.

http://deepjams.net/

Local FM radio sucks big time and I haven't listened to it for quite a while now and at the house it's usually something on Napster and then it's usually Gov't Mule or anything else that Warren Haynes plays on like the Allman Bros. or a song that includes 'featuring Warren Haynes' in it's title. He's great no matter what he's playing and it's funny that when he does sit in with a band or is included in a tribute show you'll see reviews saying "but the highlight of the show was ..."

Such as the Central Park Show with Dave Matthews Band (also check out Jimi Thing and Down by the River)
Cortez the Killer

or a Dr John tribute show
You Lie

Does Skynyrd better than Skynyrd
That Smell

One last link. When Peter Frampton remastered and re-released his 35th anniversary 'Frampton Comes Alive' album he included a bonus track at the end of it, and that was Gov't Mule covering 'Do You Feel Like We Do'

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"On the Nature of Daylight" by Max Richter

It is, without a doubt, the most humbling, emotive, sad/hopeful piece of music I've ever heard; all of this achieved with merely 4 instruments, and apparently a skeleton key to the human soul.

Classical compositions not commissioned for films are so rare these days, and even though the track has been licensed to several films (Arrival being the most recent, and by far the most effective) this track is pure genius.

Do yourself a favor, and give it a listen. Even without any mental connection to a particular film, I can't imagine this piece would be anything less than striking.

On the Nature of Daylight
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