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UNA STORIA IMPORTANTE - Giulietta Juliet V ( E. Ramazzotti Cover) this is an old song that makes me remember memories !!!!!!!!
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Giulietta Juliet Valenti - Guitar/ voice mix
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Padova, Italy
COOL Riff Damiano Marino
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Damiano Marino - Guitar
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Milano, Italy
Good morning! My new composition, hope you like it! Heartfelt thanks to my friend Wynn Schaible for adding his instruments and ......... TODAY IS HIS BIRTHDAY !! It would be very nice if, taking the opportunity, all of us we did the best wishes !! Thanks and hugs !! They say if a black butterfly comes to lands on you You'll have the memory of past lives dormant memories, Resurface in you While I was wandering alone one evening Lost in my Thought Beating of wings, a black soul It rests and takes me with her .......... Endless space, the moon shines and a vast sky that makes me as a cradle I am a minstrel of many colors That lives on music, without thoughts The black butterfly is always with me By day it is a tattoo, at night a mirage Together, in harmony and freedom We live to love, not grow old The moon by night inspires me words That take shape in the sunlight We turn happy for the courts and castles We dance and we play, we are minstrels But then here he looks at me dancing And he that my heart wants to own But I'm not always that anyone I turn around and disappear, in the roar of thunder Legend that ancient know Give me the freedom that I have never had Flight with you, you take me At the time to which I belong and I've never seen Changing shape, changing essence Is metamorphoses but only in appearance I will keep my soul Flutter, this time takes away While in the sky exploding thunder I wake up and suddenly I am in chains And as if I had always known I understand that my world is over A mighty man is not to be refused And without trial they have already condemned me “Burns the witch and that her tattoo The devil has left his mark in the arm” But here in the sky, are 1000 butterflies They wrap-up, Dear sisters People screaming and looks scared then Abracadabra and the witch is gone Butterfly go, talk about me And bring light and peace to those who are blind Diversity, do fear Only to those want to love not has Legend know, eternity It is given only to those who leave something My fantasy, poetry Not even the fire can ever wipe out They say if a black butterfly, comes to rest on you the soul of a lost person, in life comes back to you As a child rests,quiet, born only an hour ago Circling the black butterfly slow And history will repeat itself ...... Monica Bergo Video divulgativo, non a scopo di lucro Broadcast video, not for profit
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Monica Bergo - Composer and songwriter
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Milano, Italy
A cover tune today.. Superstar by Leon Russel.
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Dan Q. - Guitar
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Elmira, New York
"Thanks for the Help" Time for another ukelele song. This one came about after seeing a few ukelele videos showing the two chords Fmaj7 and G6. I liked the sound of them and decided to use them both in a song, and this was the result, using a favorite technique, backward arpeggios!!
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Mark Taylor - Ukelele
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California, United States
Puzzle II - Crisis Duo
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John Corsaro - Drums
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Fresno, California
Rumba Asturias - practice .. .
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East Boy Piaguitar - Guitar
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Stadt
The Legend of the Black Butterfly (La Leggenda della Nera Farfalla) I'm laying down rhythm tracks here for the incomparable Monica Bergo! They say if a black butterfly comes to lands on you You'll have the memory of past lives dormant memories, Resurface in you While I was wandering alone one evening Lost in my Thought Beating of wings, a black soul It rests and takes me with her .......... Endless space, the moon shines and a vast sky that makes me as a cradle I am a minstrel of many colors That lives on music, without thoughts The black butterfly is always with me By day it is a tattoo, at night a mirage Together, in harmony and freedom We live to love, not grow old The moon by night inspires me words That take shape in the sunlight We turn happy for the courts and castles We dance and we play, we are minstrels But then here he looks at me dancing And he that my heart wants to own But I'm not always that anyone I turn around and disappear, in the roar of thunder Legend that ancient know Give me the freedom that I have never had Flight with you, you take me At the time to which I belong and I've never seen Changing shape, changing essence Is metamorphoses but only in appearance I will keep my soul Flutter, this time takes away While in the sky exploding thunder I wake up and suddenly I am in chains And as if I had always known I understand that my world is over A mighty man is not to be refused And without trial they have already condemned me “Burns the witch and that her tattoo The devil has left his mark in the arm” But here in the sky, are 1000 butterflies They wrap-up, Dear sisters People screaming and looks scared then Abracadabra and the witch is gone Butterfly go, talk about me And bring light and peace to those who are blind Diversity, do fear Only to those want to love not has Legend know, eternity It is given only to those who leave something My fantasy, poetry Not even the fire can ever wipe out They say if a black butterfly, comes to rest on you the soul of a lost person, in life comes back to you As a child rests,quiet, born only an hour ago Circling the black butterfly slow And history will repeat itself ...... Monica Bergo Video divulgativo, non a scopo di lucro Broadcast video, not for profit
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Wynn Schaible - Bass & percussion
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Blue Bell, Pennsylvania
"A Crack In Time" by Gene O'Neill Geno does an improvisation.. Hope you dig it.
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Gene O'Neill - Guitar
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Durham, North Carolina
Fire Note Hi Friends, Here another Jam played on a backing that you can find here : https://www.youtube.com/user/mangojamz Hope you'll like it and you'll enjoy. Warn! Heavy tone!! ;-)) Be well and take care, Your friend, Franck. Blues Fever, Ever, For Ever ...
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Franck Szypura - Guitar
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Lewarde, France
"Still loving you".......live duo....
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Michael Stark - Guitar
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Fairfield, Connecticut
Ananda : found this old track, maybe you like it, a drone vibe !!
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War Vandal - Ananda
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Surrey, United Kingdom
Va?va?
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Peo Österberg - Guitar
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Borlänge, Sweden
the winds 0f time ABcw 2016 09 28 at HorseShoe Lane Studios
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Alexander J Banks Songwriter Stage Name Sandy Banks - Guitar
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Dufferin County, Ontario
Pandorium (intro)
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Signumtemporis - Synthesier/ guitar/ keyboard/ electronic
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Katowice, Poland
Here is a simple song about sleepless nights. Thank you all for tuning in to watch, and listen.
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Albert Desoto - Writer/collaborator
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Bedminster Township, New Jersey
burn-comet
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Buggi - Electronic production
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Berlin, Germany
Tech N9ne - PTSD Feat. Verbal Terrorist (Warrior Built Emcee Contest Entry)
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Ian Micciulli - Vocals
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Westminster, Colorado
Original song written and sung by Christy Jones (aka Cornelius). Title: You Have a Beautiful Face
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Christy Jones Cornelius - Songwriter
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Florence, Al
Sympathy For The Devil by the Rolling Stones. Covered by Break Cover. "Sympathy for the Devil" is a song by The Rolling Stones, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and credited to Jagger/Richards. Sung by Jagger, the song is an ironic homage to the Devil, written in the first-person narrative from his point of view, recounting atrocities committed throughout the history of humanity. It is performed in a rock arrangement with a samba rhythm. It first appeared as the opening track on their 1968 album Beggars Banquet. Rolling Stone magazine placed it at No. 32 in their list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In the 2012 documentary Crossfire Hurricane, Jagger stated that his influence for the song came from Baudelaire and from the Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov's novel The Master and Margarita (which had just appeared in English translation in 1967). The book was given to him by Marianne Faithfull. In a 1995 interview with Rolling Stone, Jagger said, "I think that was taken from an old idea of Baudelaire's, I think, but I could be wrong. Sometimes when I look at my Baudelaire books, I can't see it in there. But it was an idea I got from French writing. And I just took a couple of lines and expanded on it. I wrote it as sort of like a Bob Dylan song." It was Richards who suggested changing the tempo and using additional percussion, turning the folk song into a samba. By the time Beggars Banquet was released, the Rolling Stones had already raised some hackles for sexually forward lyrics such as "Let's Spend the Night Together" and for allegedly dabbling in Satanism[4](their previous album, while containing no direct Satanic references in its music or lyrics, was titled Their Satanic Majesties Request), and "Sympathy" brought these concerns to the fore, provoking media rumours and fears among some religious groups that the Stones were devil-worshippers and a corrupting influence on youth. The song may have been spared further controversy when the first single from the album, Street Fighting Man, became even more controversial in view of the race riots and student protests occurring in many cities in Europe and in the United States. In the 2003 book According to the Rolling Stones, Watts said: "'Sympathy' was one of those sort of songs where we tried everything. The first time I ever heard the song was when Mick was playing it at the front door of a house I lived in in Sussex... He played it entirely on his own... and it was fantastic. We had a go at loads of different ways of playing it; in the end I just played a jazz Latin feel in the style of Kenny Clarke would have played on 'A Night in Tunisia' – not the actual rhythm he played, but the same styling." On the overall power of the song, Jagger continued in Rolling Stone: "It has a very hypnotic groove, a samba, which has a tremendous hypnotic power, rather like good dance music. It doesn't speed up or slow down. It keeps this constant groove. Plus, the actual samba rhythm is a great one to sing on, but it is also got some other suggestions in it, an undercurrent of being primitive—because it is a primitive African, South American, Afro-whatever-you-call-that rhythm (candomblé). So to white people, it has a very sinister thing about it. But forgetting the cultural colors, it is a very good vehicle for producing a powerful piece. It becomes less pretentious because it is a very unpretentious groove. If it had been done as a ballad, it wouldn't have been as good." Aftermath[edit] In an interview with Creem, Jagger said, "[When people started taking us as devil worshippers], I thought it was a really odd thing, because it was only one song, after all. It wasn't like it was a whole album, with lots of occult signs on the back. People seemed to embrace the image so readily, [and] it has carried all the way over into heavy metal bands today." Of the change in public perception the band experienced after the song's release, Richards said in a 1971 interview with Rolling Stone, "Before, we were just innocent kids out for a good time, they're saying, 'They're evil, they're evil.' Oh, I'm evil, really? So that makes you start thinking about evil... What is evil? Half of it, I don't know how much people think of Mick as the devil or as just a good rock performer or what? There are black magicians who think we are acting as unknown agents of Lucifer and others who think we are Lucifer. Everybody's Lucifer." Contrary to a widespread misconception, it was "Under My Thumb" and not "Sympathy for the Devil" that the Rolling Stones were performing when Hunter was killed at the Altamont Free Concert.[4] Rolling Stone magazine's early articles on the incident misreported that the killing took place during "Sympathy for the Devil",[9] but the Stones in fact played "Sympathy for the Devil" earlier in the concert; it was interrupted by a fight and restarted, Jagger commenting, "We're always having—something very funny happens when we start that number." Several other songs were performed before Hunter was killed. After being omitted from the Stones' 1972/73 tours, "Sympathy for the Devil" was played occasionally as the encore in 1975/76, and has been performed regularly on all of their tours since 1989. The song has been widely covered since its release. • Sandie Shaw, on her album Reviewing the Situation (1969) • Blood, Sweat & Tears, whose version entitled "Symphony for the Devil" appeared on their third album (1970) • Bryan Ferry on his debut solo album These Foolish Things (1973) • In 2005, Cuban drummer and percussionist Horacio Hernandez ("El Negro") recorded a Latin Jazz version of the song, sung by Latin great Rubén Blades. • Indie rock bands Band of Skulls and John & Jehn covered the song for the French TV show Taratata broadcast in March 2010. • Jane's Addiction covered the song on the debut live album Jane's Addiction a studio version was used for the 5th Season last episode from Sons of Anarchy • 1999 on EP Brighter than the Sun by Tiamat. • The Industrial group Laibach released seven distinct cover versions on the Sympathy for the Devil (EP) • Ozzy Osbourne on his 2005 cover album Under Cover. • The Attack release About Time! Definitive Mod-Pop Collection 1966–68 (2006). • Incubus Succubus covered the song on their 2008 album Science and Nature • Motörhead covered the song for their 2015 album Bad Magic. This version was chosen as one of the official theme songs for Wrestlemania 32.
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Simon Dickenson - Guitar
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Salisbury, United Kingdom
Roxy's Legs (repost) Courtney Odom;voc Dan Rosati;sax Seppo Mattila;piano and bass
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Sepe - Keyboard
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Pyhäjärvi
Why Do I Love You So?(Johnny Tillotson, 1959), Cover by Jim Waugh; 6B Lounge, Boston, MA, 9/18/16
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Jim Waugh - Vocal/guitar
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Boston, Massachusetts
Running BILLY COBHAM feat Novecento Nicolosi HD720 m2 Basscover Bob Roha...Todays Jazz Fusion of Billy Cobham & Novecento
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Bob Roha - Bass
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The Hague, The Netherlands
URBAN NIGHTMARE WALKING by Nick108 A reflection on my life in the 80s compared to now. So much happier now, living in such an environment. With worth while people around, not users and arseholes. Okay peace and enjoy this FL Studio Reason Reaper Jam session. Just love makin that music. Enjoy and Rock for Radharani Always! Ki Jaya!
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Nick108 - Electronic production
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South Australia, Australia
I Can't Stop Loving You Live - Thrown Together Band..Ron Lead/Rhythm Guitar, RJ Lead and Rhythm Guitar, Lisa Bass, John Keys, Steve Sax, Never met the drummer or Steve but I do not know the drummer..Ron would call us a few times a yr to gig with them, I have never played I can't stop loving you or any other song those nights ever..I really had to listen hard and play by ear the best I could sometimes someone would yell out a note..Steve is AWESOME!!!..Peace!
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Lisa Johnston - Bass
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St. Louis, Missouri
Rock n Roll Stephanie - Lock n Load Bar - Pattaya Thailand 2016 (3 mins)
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Rock N Roll Stephanie - Vocals
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Falkirk, United Kingdom
Zatio - Boodiba (PREVIEW)
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Brasileiro - Electronic production
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Amsterdam, the Netherlands
You Raise Me Up {Cover} Welcome To The Piano Lounge
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Mike Evans - Guitar
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Monmouth, United Kingdom
Singer: "Rocchina" Song: "Medieval"
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Jonida Jelly - Keyboard
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Scanzorosciate, Italy
Gotta Stop Livin in the Past Mark Zepp - Lyrics, Music, Arrangement, Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Processed Drums
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Mark Zepp - Guitar
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Stevensville, Maryland
Copperhead Road by Steve Earle
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Fraser Macdermid - Guitar
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Singing an original "Blame It On The Night" - first song performed at an open-mic hosted by Shapeshifter (Kara Mia & Meg Geering who are also on Fandy) at 'The Pondage' Cafe on Macleay Island. Travelling from the mainland to here, beautiful trip on the ferry. Very relaxing place to sing, plus the audience very supportive. Sunday September 25th, 2016.
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Maryann - Acoustic guitar/vocals/songwriter
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Brisbane, Australia
I got extremely upset over something very personal and this was the only way I knew how to deal with my emotions, despite mega pain this emotion took precedent over all other pain and became my largest concern for a couple hours. Must of been a bad TV show that inspired these lyrics.(ahem) The words describe a person than none of us want to be like. Like Daffy Duck on acid. -TRUE
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Toothless in Kentucky - Banjo/mental as hell free-style ranting
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Morehead, Kentucky
TENNESSEE WHISKEY - Cover - Norm Davis ( Stormin' Norman AU ) CHRIS STAPLETON
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Norm Davis (Stormin' Norman -Au) - Vocals
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Nowra, Australia
Spätsommer - Andantissimo für Orchester in e-moll
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Pico Della Mirandola - Piano
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Regensburg, Germany
BIRCH : HOLLYWOOD 1634 N. CAHUENGA HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA
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Evan Mario Marsh - Vocals
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Houston, Texas
new instrumental
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Miu Ma - Electronic production
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Sendai, Japan
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