selim714

Selim, Masculino, Estados UnidosÚltima visita: abril 2009

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  • eryk2000

    Hey man, what's goin on?

    4 Jan 2010 Responder
  • Starvingtourist

    Hope you're doing alrite sir..

    26 Dez 2009 Responder
  • gakko

    I saw your comment on John Blake´s page. The picture was horrible. And so is the service at last fm! I uploaded a new picture for John Blake, so if you have the time please vote for my pic. It´s awful with all the wrong pictures! (Walt Dickerson etc) http://www.lastfm.se/music/John+Blake

    16 Abr 2009 Responder
  • purp1epage

    Not sure if you're around to read this but have a Happy Easter!

    11 Abr 2009 Responder
  • RodeoRadio

    Did I recommend already Flat Earth Society to you? Absolutely great stuff!

    1 Abr 2009 Responder
  • her_WINGS

    wherever did u go?

    30 Mar 2009 Responder
  • Alex0112

    Hey you should seriously check out phil upchurch. Smoke a fat J and listen to Darkness, Darkness. Awesome groovy blend of jazz, funk and blues.

    26 Fev 2009 Responder
  • IsanaAmed

    heey.. long time!

    25 Fev 2009 Responder
  • her_WINGS

    oh..that sucks. u have my sympathy..sounds pretty miserable, but glad u've recovered =D man, seafood sounds delicious, but who would pass up a homecooked gourmet meal?? typical weekend for me, nothin' fancy.

    24 Fev 2009 Responder
  • her_WINGS

    hopin' things r well over here for u =D and..just wanted to say hello.

    23 Fev 2009 Responder
  • purp1epage

    I've really had to sit & think on this reply; 1) I'm now curious as to which instrument you play. 2) I know what you mean about the classical music; having grown up being made to sit & listen/be quiet while it's playing, it's taken me time to fully recover from my early prejudice. 3) As for the open ear, as I sit & listen to Lisa Gerrard & thinking about the prog I watched about her yesterday; she was saying music is all around us, sometimes in unlikely places; I personally think that music is a universal language for expressing the emotions. 4) As for Miles; I loved the way he explored so many musical forms but I always got the impression he could be opinionated & autocratic in his relations to other people. I could have completely misread that, tell me what you think.

    22 Fev 2009 Responder
  • purp1epage

    Hmm, well I must have seen Monk playing & I know Fats Waller had sausage fingers & look what he could do! Lets just say I was never cut out to be a musician; just a good enough ear to know what a bloody awful racket I was making. I've spent a happy time listening to those tracks. I especially enjoyed Freddie Hubbard & Tim Hagans. I love Hubbard's Body & Soul, one of my favourite tracks, he sounds so laid back. I've added Tom Harrell to my library, but I think that was a first for me. I was listening to Andy Sheppard after the Portico Quartet & was struck with their musical similarities. Thanks for the recommendations.

    19 Fev 2009 Responder
  • her_WINGS

    definitely, i always got hope =D thanks for the congrats, haha makes it feel even closer! enjoy the rest of ur day..

    18 Fev 2009 Responder
  • Alex0112

    Yo do you have any Jef Lee Johnson albums other than Thisness and News from the Jungle by any chance? Maybe we could do an album swap...

    18 Fev 2009 Responder
  • her_WINGS

    appreciate the encouragement =D no despair! just a bit mentally exhausted. and as for graduation..it may be the anticipation of graduating next month that is throwin' me off a little. i CAN'T wait!

    18 Fev 2009 Responder
  • her_WINGS

    thanks..eh, school has been weighing on me, but im managing =) i did see that u were listening to Ohmega Watts and it put a huge smile on my face, he is amazing..and yes he, Braille, and Othello make up Lightheaded. i love all them together and individually! an interesting realization i made more recently is that Muneshine actually produced their album Pure Thoughts.

    18 Fev 2009 Responder
  • purp1epage

    Well, emigration put paid to the piano problem, since we didn't bring the piano with us! I'm sorry now that I don't play an instrument, but I don't think I ever had the manual dexterity to play well. I remember failing miserably on the recorder as well! On the subject of trumpet/flugelhorn, have you listened to Mike Metheny, brother of Pat. He has a lovely mellow tone. On my album the liner notes aren't extensive enough to say which tracks he's playing the flugel on, but he always reminds me of warm honey. I'll give those two guys you mentioned a spin.

    18 Fev 2009 Responder
  • purp1epage

    After your last shout, I realised I hadn't listened to any Mulgrew Miller. So I've been trying to rectify that. The track I heard I really liked, so I've dropped a few more into my library. Funny I just tend to gravitate towards sax & horn players. Might be that I associate the piano with being shut into the front room to practice instead of going out to play! Do you have any bad associations with instruments or musical styles?

    18 Fev 2009 Responder
  • her_WINGS

    just sayin hello, hope ur having a pleasant week so far! hmm and as for the linkup? not by design..

    18 Fev 2009 Responder
  • purp1epage

    You know I'm increasingly thinking that you can't get too much of Brandford. So often one of his tracks comes on & it's like the first time you've heard him; you find something new in the track. I was interested to note that he is tagged as m-base, it's not the first thing that springs to mind when I think of his music, more avant-gard or New Orleans.

    17 Fev 2009 Responder
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