3. Jan. 2013, 19:35 von cbecrad
3. Aug. 2012, 14:47 von telcom911Last.FM Milestones1st track: (08 Jun 2010)
Dirty Little Rabbits - Hero Poet
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Tarja - I Walk Alone
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Lunatica - The Edge of Infinity
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Edenbridge - Take Me Back
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Slipknot - Some Feel
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Dirty Little Rabbits - Hero Poet
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Slipknot - The Nameless
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Slipknot - Diluted
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ReVamp - Break
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12. Dez. 2011, 22:31 von Bayou16
14. Mai. 2010, 5:15 von JerryMeanderingRecommended artists cloud for JerryMeandering for Last Week as of 20100514.
The following is a textual cloud representation of recommended artists for JerryMeandering. These artists are similar to your overall top artists, but are not in this list. Most of them will ring a bell, some will not be relevant, you may listen to some of them if they're not in your top, but there's probably a couple of artists you'll want to hear more from.
Take the 50 top artists in your musical profile, and create a cloud of the similar artists that are not in your top 50. The result is a collection of highly recommended artists for your personal profile. You can generate your own cloud (in BBCode) at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/recommend.php
My recommendations are Abbey Lincoln Alexander Scriabin Anita O'Day Betty Carter Billie Holiday Carmen McRae Corinne Bailey Rae Dee Dee Bridgewater Dinah Washington Dmitri Shostakovich Eliane Elias Ella Fitzgerald Helen Merrill …
30. Jan. 2010, 18:57 von _danton_A quiet night at the Zodiac really, but by God some classic choons and a set I am quietly proud off...
1. Micheal Buble- Orange Coloured Sky (starts so slow and builds so well)
2. Bobby Darin- Always (Classic Bobby- a BIG track)
3. Cy Coleman- Playboys theme
I ALWAYS like to do a trio of classic divas of big band stuff in my sets, this evening I picked...
4. Jane Monheit - Taking a chance on love (jane is one of the best new singers around)
5. Sarah Vaughan- Make yourself comfortable
6. Ella Fitzgerald- Manhatten (timeless classic)
7. Eartha Kitt- Let's do it (such a funny version)
The trio over (OK, I did four), I decided to play some jazz for a change...
8. Dave Brubeck- Take Five
9. Duke Ellington- Caravan
10. Jack Costanzo and His Orchastra- Peter Gunn mambo
11. Sammy Davis Jr- Mr Bo Jangles (definitive recording imho)
12. Henry Mancini- Theme to the Pink Panther
13. Sarah Vaughan- Whatever Lola Wants (great song)
14. Frank Sinatra Jr- That Face
27. Jan. 2010, 2:22 von caulme1Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Let's Fall In Love : Diana Krall (Score = 1.79)
My Baby Just Cares for Me : Nina Simone (Score = 1.52)
All That I Need Is Love : Melody Gardot (Score = 1.47)
Mad About the Boy : Dinah Washington (Score = 1.27)
Sweet Memory : Melody Gardot (Score = 1.09)
I've Got You Under My Skin : Diana Krall (Score = 1)
Flight Over Rio : Al Di Meola (Score = 1)
Funk #49 : James Gang (Score = 1)
I Didn't Know What Time It Was : Charlie Parker (Score = 1)
Love Letters : Diana Krall (Score = 1)
That's Why I'm Crying : Koko Taylor (Score = 1)
My Old Flame : Ella Fitzgerald (Score = 1)
Midnight Tango : Al Di Meola (Score = 0.98)
I Remember You : Diana Krall (Score = 0.96)
Spring Yaounde : Wynton Marsalis (Score = 0.92)
I Can't Get Started : Wynton Marsalis (Score = 0.92)
If I Should Lose You : Charlie Parker (Score = 0.91)
Rocky Mountain Way : Joe Walsh (Score = 0.85)
24. Jan. 2010, 19:13 von _danton_(music type- Big Band/Swing/Rat Pack type music)
Opened the set with Micheal Buble's 'Song for you' followed by Tony Bennett crooning 'If I ruled the world'. Just to open the night and set a mood. Quickened the pace somewhat with Jelly Roll Morton's classic 'Georgia Swing', some epic modern covers with the Puppini Sisters version of 'Mr Sandman',and more Buble- this time with Nelly Furtado and 'Quando, Quando,Quando'.
The excellent Diana Krall was played next ('Pick yourself up'), followed by Bette Midler andLINDA RONSTAND singing their cheeky version of 'Sisters' and carried on with the great females of big band with some Peggy Lee singing 'I wanna be around'.
Decided it was time for some mambo- so inflicted Earl Grant's groovy 'House of Bamboo', Chuy Reyes and His Orchestra singing the wonderfully silly 'Oink oink Mambo',Dean Martin's 'Mambo Italiano' and Nat King Cole's 'Papa loves mambo'.
Played some more Dean-O with his classic version of 'That's Amore' and more Peggy Lee, with her sultry version of 'Let there be love'. …
24. Aug. 2009, 12:24 von fmeraFollowing up on the earlier journal, Getting Artist Images to Look Their Best, here is a short guide to explain how images (be they square, tall, or wide) that you upload to artist galleries are cropped for eventual use in the library.
I'll use these images (taken from Simone Kopmajer's gallery) as a visual guide to show how your original artist pics will end up looking as library images. It works on the idea that cropping images square or tall - if your original shots allow this - really is the safer option, as they minimize further cropping when your images are processed. Shown below are three sample images, in square, tall, and wide formats, and beside them the actual 126s images used for the library. The translucent red masking shows where image content will be lost (or hidden from view, rather), and the window is what you'll end up with in the library:
17. Jun. 2007, 20:38 von dboyntonSmooth Jazz? You bet. "Lite FM?" Gotcha covered.
That's where this one is headed. My pick is Stevie Wonder's "Rocket Love," but there are at least a half-dozen tracks on this disc that would be suitable for the playlist. This second release out of the chute for Sophie Milman is even better than the first - and the first was a surprisingly tough act to follow.
This one has a little more polish - it's more lush than the last one. But that's to be expected, too. The first disc sort of came out of nowhere, a bare-bones outing that ended up topping Canadian Jazz charts, and breaking very nicely into the US market, as well.
Randy Bachman (Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive) joins the group for a cover of his late sixties top-40 hit, "Undun." Other favorites of mine from the disc include "People Will Say We're In Love," along with the title track, "Make Someone Happy," and an original from Producer Steven MacKinnon and…
25. Feb. 2007, 23:29 von zzzchandJust to keep track, because the ink on tickets is starting to fade.
I'll try to update that frequently.
13/04: Dashboard Confessional
27/08: Rock en Seine Festival: PJ Harvey, Beck, K's Choice, Morcheeba
19/04: Stereophonics (+Howie Day)
21/04: Amadeus Tappioka
27/08: Rock en Seine Festival: The White Stripes, The Chemical Brothers, Joss Stone, Sonic Youth
28/08: Rock en Seine Festival: Buck65, Zero 7, Muse, Archive
07/05: Flying Pooh
21/06: Fête de la Musique: Emily Loizeau, Daphné, Anaïs Emilie Simon
25/08: Rock en Seine Festival: Queens of the Stone Age, Pixies, Hot Hot Heat, Flying Pooh, Hushpuppies, The Sunday Drivers
26/08: Rock en Seine Festival: Feist, Foo Fighters, Robert Plant, Franz Ferdinand
14/11: Olivia Ruiz
19/01: Emilie Simon (& Synfonietta de Belfort)