Monthly Archives: May 2014

(May 31, 2014): Samuel Barber – Concerto for Cello & Orchestra, Op. 22

From the 1989 album, Barber, Cello Concerto / Britten, Symphony for Cello & Orchestra. Yo Yo Ma is to cello soloist here, during a prolific period for him, with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (David Zinman, cond.).  The Barber Cello Concerto dates … Continue reading

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(May 30, 2014): Sky – Taking The Long Way Home

K-SHE Classic.  From the band’s 1971, second and final album, Sailor’s Delight.  A short lived Detroit band that was driven by Doug Fieger (who went on to found The Knack). Before they signed with RCA, they had  gained exposure by openning … Continue reading

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(May 29, 2014): Client – Can You Feel?

From the 2009 album, Command.  This is back when Client A and Client B were, respectively, Kate Holmes and Sarah Blackwood.  Martin Glover (Youth) is on bass and guitar.  

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Protected: They Say It’s Your Birthday

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(May 28, 2014): Cash Brothers – Nebraska

From the 2001 album, How Was Tomorrow.  This tune was also released as a single with “Call My Name” and “Awkward Game” which came from the independently released album Raceway.  The Canadians, Andrew and Peter Cash, left other bands in 1996 to … Continue reading

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(May 27, 2014): Giovanni Allevi – Notte ad Harlem

From the 2005 album, No Concept.   An Italian release with a George Winston feel.

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(May 26, 2014 – Memorial Day bonus): The Southern Bells – Viet Nam

From the 1968 single,  Viet Nam / You Will Be There.  The tune was included in the 13 CD collection, … Next Stop is Viet Nam: The War On Record 1961-2008, released in 2009.

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