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    The best of Frank Sinatra

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    Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen


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    David Gilmour HD - Remember That Night (Full Concert, Royal Albert Hall 2006)

    TRACKLIST AND DIRECT LINKS BELOW:
    01:09 Speak To Me / Breathe
    04:00 Time
    10:54 On An Island
    22:39 The Blue
    28:57 Red Sky At Night
    31:58 This Heaven
    36:20 Then I Close My Eyes
    46:03 Smile
    50:18 Take A Breath
    56:40 A Pocketful Of Stones
    01:02:40 Where We Start
    01:10:36 Shine On You Crazy Diamond
    01:21:42 Fat Old Sun
    01:28:14 Coming Back To Life
    01:34:50 High Hopes
    01:44:20 Echoes
    02:06:44 Wish You Were Here
    02:12:03 Find The Cost Of Freedom
    02:14:04 Arnold Layne
    02:18:06 Comfortably Numb
    02:27:42 Credits

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    King Crimson - Epitaph
    One of the best rock ballads ever!
    Album: In The Court Of The Crimson King
    Year: 1969

    "Epitaph" (Fripp, McDonald, Lake, Giles, Sinfield).
    From their debut studio album "In the Court of the Crimson King", 10/October/1969.

    * Robert Fripp -- Guitar
    * Ian McDonald -- flute, clarinet, saxophone, vibes, keyboards, mellotron, vocals
    * Greg Lake -- bass guitar, lead vocals
    * Michael Giles -- drums, percussion, vocals
    * Peter Sinfield -- lyrics, illumination
    * Barry Godber -- cover illustrations.

    Lyrics:

    The wall on which the prophets wrote
    Is cracking at the seams.
    Upon the instruments of death
    The sunlight brightly gleams.
    When every man is torn apart
    With nightmares and with dreams,
    Will no one lay the laurel wreath
    When silence drowns the screams.
    Confusion will be my epitaph.
    As I crawl a cracked and broken path
    If we make it we can all sit back
    and laugh.
    But I fear tomorrow I'll be crying,
    Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying.
    Between the iron gates of fate,
    The seeds of time were sown,
    And watered by the deeds of those
    Who know and who are known;
    Knowledge is a deadly friend
    If no one sets the rules.
    The fate of all mankind I see
    Is in the hands of fools.
    Confusion will be my epitaph.
    As I crawl a cracked and broken path
    If we make it we can all sit back
    and laugh.
    But I fear tomorrow I'll be crying,
    Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying.
    (including "March for No Reason" and "Tomorrow and Tomorrow").

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    Herbie Hancock - Bubbles


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    給我一首歌的時間LIVE - 周杰倫 Jay Chou & 蔡依林Jolin ( The Era 2010 World Tour)

    Jay Chou keeps his promise to his fans after saying his special guest would be very unexpected. Jolin Tsai makes an appearance towards the end!

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    George Benson - Affirmation 1976 (Original Studio Version) from the album Breezin


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    The brand new track "My Promise" from Earth, Wind & Fire's album


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    Chicago: Westbury, NY, May 26, 2013

    Chicago
    NYCB Theatre at Westbury
    Westbury, NY
    May 26, 2013


    During the initial phase of its career, Chicago was considered the preeminent Jazz-rock fusion outfit, its musical mix considered quite revolutionary for its time. By the late 1970s, its music had become iconic. Tragedy struck, however, with the death of guitarist Terry Kath in 1978. Though it took a little while for the band to again find its way, in the 1980s Chicago cemented its place among platinum recording outfits by slightly altering its sound and focusing more on ballads. Over the years, the band has continued to release new material and tour while maintaining a core of original members along with longtime alumni and the occasional new face. Chicago remains one of the most diverse and successful bands of the rock era.

    Starting promptly at 8PM, the nine-piece band whose career has spanned decades (formed in Chicago, IL in 1967, releasing its first debut, Chicago Transit Authority (Columbia) in 1968) thrilled its fans in this intimate Long Island venue with a career-spanning two-set performance. Shortly after the opening numbers, co-founding trumpeter/singer/songwriter Lee Loughnane announced that the crowd should feel free to take as many pictures as it liked, much to the delight of the sold-out audience.

    The small venue, a standard annual tour stop for Chicago, is a theater in the round featuring a slowly rotating stage that makes every seat an excellent vantage point. The band featured Loughnane and three other original members—keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Robert Lamm, saxophonist/flautist Walter Parazaider and trombonist/songwriter/singer Jimmy Pankow—as well as bassist/singer Jason Scheff, drummer Tris Imboden, guitarist Keith Howland, keyboardist/vocalist Lou Bardini and percussionist Walfredo Reyes Jr., and treated the crowd to an evening of exactly what they came for—a show loaded with classic hits beginning with "Questions 67 & 68," "Dialogue (Parts 1 and 2)" "Alive Again," and "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long."

    Scheff then came center stage and commandeered the keyboard for an acoustic version of "Will You Still Love Me?" This was the first of three acoustic love songs, followed by Robert Lamm's "Another Rainy Day In New York City" and "Look Away," which featured Paradini. The show's first half then wrapped up with "Ballet for A Girl in Buchannon."

    After a short intermission, the band wowed the crowd with a killer version of "Old Days." The second set was dominated by signature classics such as "Street Player," "Beginnings," "Just You 'N' Me" and "Saturday In The Park." Additionally the second set was highlighted by a ferocious call-and-response drum solo from Imboden and Reyes during "I'm A Man."

    The band, led by ringleader Pankow, spent the entire evening smiling while playing, pointing to old friends in the crowd and generally mugging for the many cameras that took pictures through the performance. Each member possessed and demonstrated an energy that fed off of their band mates; it was so contagious that the liveliness and vigor among the audience members appeared to grow with each song and every passing moment. The evening ended on a high note with "Feelin' Stronger Every Day," from Chicago VI (Columbia, 1973). The encores—"Free," from 1971's Chicago III (Columbia) and the Lamm-penned "25 or 6 to 4," from Chicago II (Columbia, 1970), worked the mostly older crowd into even more of a frenzy.

    Even now, almost fifty years removed from its first release, Chicago's music continues to excite and (thankfully) thrill audiences. Without showing any signs of slowing down, Chicago remains a vital and strong musical force.



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    George Benson (Tribute To Nat King Cole Show) - Live at Java Jazz Festival 2011 (Full Concert)


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